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Israeli Literature with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
corneliamarco
27:53
Hello Everyone,
corneliamarco
28:13
Please turn off your video camera!
Elisheva Edelson
28:22
Bravisimo!!!!!
Elizabeth Caplun
28:47
beautiful music!
Harriet
28:50
Dancing in my kitchen!
Erica Sokoloff
28:51
Beautiful:) Todah!
Ruth Hilliard
28:54
Wow!
Dorothea Dorenz
28:58
wow terrific !!!! You guys are great!!
Barbara
29:07
Really nice!
e.b.
29:11
magnificent music. thank you.
Sarah Schachter
29:31
Thank you! This was wonderful!!
Dorothea Dorenz
29:34
what part of CA?
Dorothea Dorenz
29:57
did you write those pieces?
Mona Fishbane
30:02
Do you have a CD?
Sharon Packer
30:30
Thank you so much, Daniel and Lior. You guys are awesome!
Barbara Green
46:45
If Stuart knew nothing of this period, perhaps other don't as well. Yisrael Harel was the founder of the settlers' organization, and is to this today a major spokesperson for that perspective.
Suzanne
48:00
Just a couple weeks we read in the Parsha, You have the choice before you Life and death, CHOSE LIFE
Daniel Hoffman
54:57
Thanks so much. Here are a few links to hear more of my music and documentary film: My Youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/c/DanielHoffmanViolinistMy Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/DanielHoffmanViolinist/My “Musical Extreme Sports” documentary film, Otherwise It’s Just Firewood. here’s the trailer:https://youtu.be/sp3MXHISUpo
susanspitz
55:39
Thank you Barbara. I had no idea who he was.
Daniel Hoffman
56:58
And for CDs, look for my former Bay Area band called Davka and also the SF Klezmer Experience (AKA the Klez-x). Also an Israeli Eastern European music band called Trio Carpion- they are all on Spotify and Apple Music. Davka is on iTunes, but not Apple Music
Daniel Hoffman
58:36
Thats enough shameless self-promotion. Thanks for the generous comments!
Mj Levison
01:02:16
did likud win due to the support of the Russian Olim and the Sefaria
Elizabeth Caplun
01:03:11
how representative of the opinion at the time was Ysrael Harel?
Dorothea Dorenz
01:04:47
I have a comment
Tali Katz
01:05:14
I have a comment
Mj Levison
01:07:00
what did rabin call the Gordimer. fallen feathers
Mj Levison
01:07:13
Gordimer
Mj Levison
01:07:23
yordim
Israel Gopstein
01:09:10
Is one side or the other more likely to call those who left Eretz Yisrael (for whatever reason) "yordim"?
Ilana Dubb
01:11:28
not sure if my above message went to everyone. so I will repeat it.
Mona Fishbane
01:14:39
This music is fabulous!! Rachel, thank you so much for including musicians in our sessions! And for giving them exposure to help them and us!
Varda Farber
01:15:15
Music with soul! Beautiful. Thank you for that!
Dorothea Dorenz
01:15:17
wonderful music!
Joan Borkow
01:15:36
wonderful
Jan Frisch
01:15:43
Wonderful!
Ilana Dubb
01:15:45
It is important, as Rachel has just said, not to call settlers Chareidim, as they are in the main Religious Zionists. they mainly wear the knitted kippot.and not the black kippot that Chareidim wear. they are passionate Zionists, love the land of Israel, as mentioned in the Amos Oz extract. they are very community conscious, deeply religious and caring of their Neighbours.
rheadorn
01:15:48
Wow! Thank you for this terrific music.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:16:05
What a pleasure Daniel and Lior. Thank you so much for playing for us today!
Lynnie Mirvis
01:16:07
wonderful!
Sharon Packer
01:16:40
Thank you so much for the music. You guys are so talented. Good luck!
Barbara Green
01:19:39
Yisrael Harel was the founder and head of Gush Emunim, the settlers organization. Though no longer the head, he is still is very powerful voice for the continued occupation (and the legitimacy of same). It's noteworthy that Haaretz gives him space quite frequently because the Left does understand it's important to hear the other side, disagree though they do.
Lynnie Mirvis
01:21:15
Are you sure about your facts?
Lynnie Mirvis
01:23:15
He a journalist and founder of the Institute for Religious Zionism at the Shalom Hartman Institute and of the Council of Jewish Communities in Judea , Samaria and Gaza which he headed until 1995
Ed Grossman
01:24:49
Beirut~~civil war among factions
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:28:57
R Re Yordim (not sure if Rachel answers this. I was called away for a moment) it means going down. The noun is yeridah. It is a general, descriptive term referring to those who move away from Israel. The opposite term - olim and aliyah - has been used historically to refer to those moving to Israel. Yordim is more modern. Aliyah means going up. Israel has historically been considered holy/superior etc. Not in a religious sense. Just to indicate the land’s exalted position
Elisheva Edelson
01:29:07
This was so powerful!
Elisheva Edelson
01:29:20
Thank you Rachel, I must leave now
rheadorn
01:34:08
Heather, beautiful reading. Thank you.
Julia Gilden
01:34:50
please remind - where are the materials for this class? Thanks.
Julia Gilden
01:36:34
also - too late to register for this class, to get notifications?
Deborah Chodrow
01:36:47
If you go to the Facebook page, Israeli Poetry with Rachel Korazim, and go to the Files tab. You will find the materials in both Word and in pdf.
Linda Henry Goodman
01:37:14
Amazing. Thank you Rachel, Daniel and Lior, et al.
Sarah Elpern
01:37:41
I am still looking for 2 people to join me and one other person in sponsoring the session covering the Corona theme. My email is sjelpern@aol.com. Thank you. Sarah
Frieda Robins
01:38:09
nowadays the word yordim is no longer used. Those moving away from Israel are “making relocation”.
Dorothy Greenbaum
01:38:41
thank you so much. excellent session. the teaching and the music.
Nachama/Chumi Kanner
01:39:31
perhaps in English. but in Hebrew Yordim is used. not necessarily in a negative way. just descriptive.
susanspitz
01:39:34
Yes, Ilana .My first cousin went out in a caravan and settled Neve Daniel in 1993 in her 20s- married an emigre from Soviet Union. They now have 6 children =, 2 of whom just married there. The women wear cloth head coverings and part of their hair shows. They do not wear wigs. They are not Haredi at all. They are as you describe. Nothing Barbara said about him is contradictory to him being a journalist or part of Hartman. My cousins are modern, albeit religious Zionists.
Julia Gilden
01:39:50
Thanks, Deborah
Jon Tepper in Tucson
01:41:09
in weather terms, in Arizona, a yellow wind is a sandstorm, also called by it’s Arabic term: a Haboob. The edge of a haboob is like a yellow curtain. mid you are encounter this while driving, you immediately go from a clear view and blue skies into dense yellow fog of sand and dirt, with zero visibility...very scary.
Deborah Chodrow
01:41:45
The FB page is actually named Israeli Poetry with Rachel Korazim and the Global Jewish Community
Julia Gilden
01:42:19
I love this. I’m cooped up with fire and coronavirus swirling about. so double thanks.
Varda Farber
01:43:39
Feel better Julia.
Diane Tickton Schuster
01:44:22
In response to Helene’s comment, I am thinking also to Hillbilly Elegy — that even liberal whites don’t see or hear other white folks.
Carol Ducak
01:44:31
Jews vs Jews also
Erica Sokoloff
01:45:42
You may also email Rachel at Korazim.@gmail.com to be put on the mailing list. She includes the readings and link each week.
Carol Ducak
01:46:00
or people on the right not listening either
Erica Sokoloff
01:46:17
korazim@gmail.com (Sorry I added an additional .)
Ed Grossman
01:47:32
Rachel: What are your musicians views of these issues--given that they may be performing for both groups?
Deborah Chodrow
01:48:22
I have a comment about Taher.
Sarah Schachter
01:52:57
Was the film Heather mentioned on Netflix
Yael Gott
01:53:42
It's accessible on the internet
Heather Silverman
01:59:35
The series is accessed via Amazon Prime - and then you go to Topic TV. You can take out a 7 day free subscription. The other excellent series is called Commandments - Kipat Barzel in Hebrew. Highly recommended. Also thru Topic TV via Amazon Prime
Ed Grossman
01:59:48
Tel Aviv (& its environs) is almost like a diaspora (in culture) within Eretz Israel; it is a state of Jews but (for Harel) not a Jewish/religious state.
Dorothea Dorenz
01:59:56
I have a comment
Heather Silverman
02:00:15
First series is called Autonomies (J’lem has become an autonomous area run by Haredis
Daniel Hoffman
02:02:28
Also re “yordim” as a pejorative- this country is now overcrowded, so people who emigrate are not seen as damaging the State or the Zionist cause…
stanleykay
02:08:03
The last time I heard Wisse she became unhinged re “evils” of Democrats!!!!!