What could be better than the gift of personalized beauty? Handmade in the heart of Jerusalem, these beautiful designs of pure contemporary elegance are all available in your choice of English or Hebrew.
These amazing Torah scroll replicas have the look and feel of the real thing! Available in a variety of sizes and styles, they make a wonderful gift for a holiday, Bar or Bat Mitzvah or any special occasion.
An exclusive collection of stunning high quality anodized aluminum home décor from the Israeli's top modern designers. These elegant and durable works of art make a wonderful gift for yourself or someone special.
The new Koren Sacks Siddur has been designed to provide a new prayer experience that engages both the mind and the heart. The Siddur includes weekday, Shabbat, holiday and life cycle event tefillot, with all Torah and Haftara readings.
This extraordinary movie chronicles of one of the remarkable turning points in modern history, the birth of the State of Israel, including rare footage of Ben Gurion at the Declaration of Independence, scenes from the war as well as interviews with those who actually fought in it.
Show your love and support for the defenders of Israel - as well as your sense of fun - with this great t-shirt featuring the word Mossad with a Star of David above the phrase: The Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations.
The wonderful, sweet taste of these natural honeys comes straight from their source in the "Land flowing with milk and honey"! This classic Israeli delicacy will make the perfect addition to your table on Rosh Hashanah or any time at all!
The 2011 Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon is a classic Kosher red wine which expresses the fruit flavors of the Holy Land, including ripe cherries, plums and berries, while layered with nuances of earth, tobacco, black tea and French oak. Experience the delicious taste of Israel!
This amazing collection of art is crafted from actual Kassam rockets fired into Israel by its enemies. Unforgettable works of art that symbolize the perseverance of the Jewish people and their notion of turning pain and suffering into beauty and joy.
Time to Revitalize! Composed of the 100% Dead Sea Extreme complex (water, seaweed and plant extracts), as well as extracts from Goji berries and Iceland Moss from the Himalayas, this age defying mixture of Dead Sea minerals and water is truly a gift of nature.
Two films on one DVD: 1. Anne Frank's Diary 2. The Holocaust and Yad Vashem
Two films on one DVD:
1. Anne Frank's Diary 2. The Holocaust and Yad Vashem
Soundtrack in 7 languages on one DVD: English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish.
Anne Frank's Diary
This special film was created by the Anne Frank Centre located in the house of Anne's hiding in Amsterdam. It places Anne's diary in historical context, explaining the rise of the Nazis in Germany, the begin of World War II, and the German invasion of Holland, all while it follows Anne and her family on their flight from their home in Frankfurt into the care of a group of Dutch Christians. Anne's life before and during the years of hiding, as described in her diary, is transformed from history to reality as the camera travels to her old classroom, family home, to the hiding place, and even to Auschwitz, tracing the footsteps of Anne and her loved ones in space and time.
"Anne Frank's Diary" presents the comprehensive picture of the world in which Anne lived, with commentary "by Anne herself" on each place, person, and event, and the most thorough, informative historical narration available, as only the world-famous Anne Frank Huis Museum could provide. From her happy life in Frankfurt to the history of the diary's publication, this film turns what might otherwise seem "just a story" into the living memorial of a most extraordinary little girl.
Originally entitled "Dear Kitty".
The Holocaust and Yad Vashem
While many know the figures and the general history associated with the Holocaust ("Shoah" in Hebrew, literally "catastrophe"), few understand the political developments that led up to the rise of Hitler and the drastic social changes that he managed to introduce practically overnight. "The Holocaust and Yad Vashem" chronicles these developments and the "Zeitgeist" ("spirit of the times") of the German people from the end of World War I through the rise to power of the Nazis, their polemical speeches, book-burnings, terrifying rallies, the "German war machine's" weapons manufacture and European conquest. From the seemingly innocent faces of the Nazi Youth Movement to the anything but innocent Nurenberg race laws, "The Holocaust and Yad Vashem" makes clear once and for all the social and political changes that turned this "most enlightened nation" into an army of bloodthirsty monsters.
Behind this "proud nationalist triumph" lurk the scenes from Jewish life under their rule: in the ghettos, on transports, in the concentration, work, and death camps. The true decimation of European Jewry becomes strikingly clear when these scenes of misery and death are contrasted with those of a flourishing, productive, and most happy European Jewish community before the war. Many of these brave souls would not give up their right to the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness without a fight: the Jewish Underground, resistance and freedom fighters, and the various ghetto uprisings are equally portrayed as crucial elements in the Jewish struggle to maintain morale... and survival. Beginning and ending at Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Jerusalem, the film is itself the best answer to the question of who really triumphed in this most horrid catastrophe.
"Yad", the word for "memorial" in the Holy Language, is also the word for "hand"... and truly our remembrance, the cry of "Never Again!", depends not upon empty words, but upon our actions.