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In the News (Tue 23 Jul 19)

  
  Hatikvah Center- About Us   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Hatikvah Holocaust Education Center honors their spirit and vision of the future by continuing the use of the name they chose.
In 2000, Hatikvah collaborated with the Springfield Jewish Community Center in sponsoring an exhibition on Jackie Robisnon and his non-violent method of breaking the color barrier in baseball.
In 2002, Hatikvah collaborated with the Armenian Museum and Springfield's Armenian community in sponsoring an exibition on the Armenian Genocide.
www.hatikvah-center.org /about_us.html   (704 words)

  
 Hatikvah
Audiences were moved by the show and stayed long after to discuss the content.
Making a plea for an end to the cycle of escalating violence in favor of new thinking, Hatikvah combines history, politics, poetry, and conscience in an unforgettable and powerful work.
Hatikvah was performed at Spotlight Theatre in Downtown Bakersfield, on July 25, 26, 31, and August 1 and 2 at 8 PM.
www.geocities.com /hatikvah03   (639 words)

  
 Special Themes | Yom HaAtzmaut
The anthem [5] was sung at all subsequent Zionist Congresses, and at the 18th Congress, held in Prague in 1933, it was officially confirmed as the Zionist anthem.
At the Declaration of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948, "Hatikvah" was sung by the assembly at its opening ceremony.
The words of "Hatikvah" have a timeless relevance [6] for Jews everywhere, reinforced by both good and bad experiences - reinforced by wars and peace treaties alike.
www.jafi.org.il /education/festivls/zkatz/atz/tikva.html   (856 words)

  
 Our Jerusalem.com -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Israeli national anhem, Hatikvah, has been attributed to Naftali Herz Imber, but the Hatikvah that is sung today has little resemblance to the original poem written in 1878 and published in 1886.
It wasn’t until 1905 that the entire Hatikvah was sung by all the delegates present at the Seventh Zionist Congress.
Hatikvah The original nine verse poem \"Tikvatenu\" O while within a Jewish breast, Beats true a Jewish heart.
www.ourjerusalem.com /history/story/history20010501a.html   (647 words)

  
 Jewish Post - News - Tosun with 'Hatikvah'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Hatikvah was twice recorded with Tosun expressing her style, love, and admiration of these anthems using traditional arrangements and her trans-remix style.
Tosun fell in love with Hatikvah, but it is important to note that her CD will contribute to the full rehabilitation of its author, Napthali Herz Imber (1856-1909).
Hatikvah has been Israel's national anthem since it was played twice by the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra during the ceremony of Israel's Declaration of Independence on May 14, 1948.
www.jewishpost.com /jp0804/jpn0804g.htm   (3068 words)

  
 Jewish Law - Commentary/Opinion - Gateway to Hope
By the time Shaar HaTikvah receives them, they need to be taught how to make a bed, how to care for their clothing and hygiene, attend to what is called ‘the activities of daily living’.
When one of the outgoing groups of Shaar HaTikvah graduates was vacating its premises (due to an expired lease) to go on to other locations, they called a television news station to report the rehabilitative work that was being accomplished as a charitable endeavor.
He innovated the housing of mothers with their children so that families need not be put totally asunder by the mothers’ problems, the housing of graduates of the program with two university students per graduate, and he created clubs where former addicts can socialize among their peers and receive appropriate counseling.
www.jlaw.com /Commentary/gateway.html   (1776 words)

  
 Daled Amos: HaTikvah: Rav Kook and Al Jolson
In 1901, the song that was then called Tikvateynu was sung at a Zionist congress, and in 1905 Hatikvah was sung by all the delegates at the seventh Zionist congress.
Hatikvah, which is known as the anthem of Medinat Yisrael, was composed by Naftali Peretz Imber, probably in 1878.
It is for this reason that Rav Kook was not opposed to singing Hatikvah.
daledamos.blogspot.com /2006/02/hatikvah-rav-kook-and-al-jolson.html   (976 words)

  
 j. - 1st group home set for developmentally disabled Jews
The 10-year-old nonprofit, which began as a social and support group for developmentally disabled Jewish adults and their parents, is now accepting applications for residents at the home, which has already been purchased.
Saal said Hatikvah has a $200,000 annual budget and that start-up costs for the house are between $80,000 and $100,000.
Hatikvah will also continue as an outreach and support group for developmentally disabled young adults and their families, celebrating Jewish holidays and having outings.
www.jewishsf.com /content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/12403/format/html/displaystory.html   (866 words)

  
 Hatikvah
Hatikvah has nine verses, of which two are commonly sung as the anthem of Israel.
Imber wrote the words to Hatikvah but the Israeli musician Shmuel Cohen wrote the melody.
Gerhard Falk is the author of numerous publications, including Football and American Identity (2005) and Youth Culture and the Generation Gap (2005) with Dr. Ursula A. Falk.
www.jbuff.com /c090105.htm   (526 words)

  
 My Israel Source - Singing My Song
.Hatikvah, the national anthem of Israel, is widely sung both by Israelis and Diaspora Jews.
Hatikvah is the national anthem of all Israelis.
Hatikvah has undergone some minor and major changes throughout the years.
www.myisraelsource.com /content/Activities/singingmysong   (1857 words)

  
 j. - Developmentally disabled Hatikvah Players put hope at center stage
It’s the sixth annual performance for the seven actors, six of whom are residents of Hatikvah House, which opened in 2000.
In addition to the residents, the troupe includes Debbie Johnson, 32, a member of the Hatikvah social group, who lives in her own apartment with her cat, Kianna.
There was no other place like Hatikvah House in the community when Sally Wieder, a Saratoga resident, and other parents sought to establish a Jewish facility for developmentally disabled young adults; the nearest facility was in the Seattle area.
www.jewishsf.com /content/2-0-/module/displaystory/story_id/21804/format/html/displaystory.html   (1151 words)

  
 Commentary Magazine - The Bohemian Who Wrote "Hatikvah"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Wilk, Gerard H. FORTY years ago a man collapsed on Forsyth Street on the Lower East Side and subsequently died in Mount Moriah Hospital, of starvation and cheap liquor.
...JEws all over the world are familiar with the song "Hatikvah," now the official anthem of the State of Israel...
...Somewhat later a movie entitled Hatikvah was produced in New York, with shots of Israel accompanying the song, and at the preview someone asked who had written it...
www.commentarymagazine.com /Summaries/V11I1P54-1.htm   (8202 words)

  
 The Jewish Journal Of Greater Los Angeles
Hatikvah Records, an internationally known vendor of both popular and rare Jewish music, will remain open at 436 N. Fairfax Ave.
A string of businesses across the street from Hatikvah are struggling to hold on since their building was sold and their rents raised.
A precipitous rent raise for Hatikvah was to take effect first in August, then in October — until the latest postponement.
www.jewishjournal.com /home/preview.php?id=14826   (425 words)

  
 the KlezmerShack: Los Angeles' Hatikvah Music still in business
Those who have followed recent stories know that Hatikvah Music lost its lease on Fairfax Avenue as one victim of the neighborhood's increasing gentrification.
Hatikvah is back up, but strictly on the Internet and wholesale distribution, and there is still much to do.
Naturally, with the retail space we had, we carried many CDs that sold primarily in the shop, not necessarily on the web site, those will be deleted from the catalog as they are sold off.
www.klezmershack.com /archives/003534.html   (238 words)

  
 The Jewish Journal Of Greater Los Angeles
On a recent afternoon, boxes were scattered around the floor of Hatikvah Music International on Fairfax Avenue.
Hatikvah isn’t the only store on the block to feel the heat, but fans are already concerned about the store’s demise.
Simon Rutberg, owner of Hatikvah Music International will be interviewed on KCRW-FM’s “The Politics of Culture” on Monday, Dec. 26, at 7 p.m.
www.jewishjournal.com /home/print.php?id=15159   (960 words)

  
 Israel Hasbara Committee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Last year, the singing of Hatikvah was dropped, possibly due to the embarrassment AIPAC experienced with the FBI investigation of the Franklin affair.
The lyrics to Israel’s national anthem, “Hatikvah” which means ‘The Hope’ in English were written by Naftali Herz Imber (1856-1909).
Permission is granted to use this material on condition the Israel Hasbara Committee is properly credited and that it is not for commercial purposes.
www.infoisrael.net /cgi-local/text.pl?source=2/a/ix/270220064   (384 words)

  
 Israel resources
Hatikvah Activities - This activity compares the Israeli national anthem to a poem written by Rav Kook, first Chief Rabbi of Palestine.
Hatikvah Powerpoint - This short Powerpoint in simple Hebrew introduces students to the author of Hatikvah.
The Flatbush Model: A Zionist Curriculum for Students After the Creation of a Jewish State - Rabbi Yotav Eliach presents a six-part formal curriculum that teaches religious Zionism.
www.lookstein.org /israel_resources.htm   (376 words)

  
 Literary Corner
How that poem became Hatikvah, the national anthem of the Jewish people, can be related succinctly.
Curiously, Hatikvah is the only anthem in the world that can claim to be sung by more people in the Diaspora than in the homeland.
There are many possible answers, including that Hatikvah is, first and foremost, the national anthem of the Jewish people, and only subsequently that of the Jewish State.
www.ivrit.org /html/literary/whose_hatikva.htm   (498 words)

  
 Hatikvah ("The Hope") Israel's National Anthem
The title of the national anthem, Hatikvah, means “The Hope.” It was written by Naftali Herz Imber (1856-1909), who moved to Palestine in 1882 from Galicia.
The melody was arranged by Samuel Cohen, an immigrant from Moldavia, from a musical theme in Smetana's "Moldau" that is based on an an old Modavian-Rumanian folk song.
At the declaration of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948, Hatikvah was sung in the opening ceremony and played by the Palestine Symphony Orchestra.
www.congki-annapolis.org /Hatikvah.htm   (255 words)

  
 Federation in the News: First Person - Hatikvah in the Village   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
If someone had turned on the radio in Mulukuku, Nicaragua, on May 28, 2005, they would have heard "Hatikvah," the Israeli national anthem.
Without hesitation, we included "Hatikvah." We were all proud that our Jewish values had led us to this village, had motivated us to look beyond ourselves, had instilled in us a sense of moral duty.
As our voices rang out through the static of radios all over the village, I thought of the likelihood that the Israeli national anthem be broadcast in Nicaragua, and smiled.
www.jewishla.org /news/html/0805-nicaragua.html   (797 words)

  
 Jewlicious » “Hatikvah” Named Official Song of State of Israel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Arab population, or anyone else who might not altogether subscribe to the Zionist narrative, finds “Hatikva”; hard to accommodate as representing their own vision of Western liberal democracy.
Hatikvah means something to me because, as much as we’ve achieved in Israel towards freedom, there still is no peace.
Therefore, the song’s eponymous hope–of a more perfect peace, of the completion of our Jewish souls in a place of religious and cultural freedom, and a place free of persecution–is still contemporary and extremely resonant.
www.jewlicious.com /index.php?p=1088   (609 words)

  
 Hatikvah - Words With Musical Notes JP53
Poster depicts the Israeli national anthem - HaTikvah (The Hope) upon the Flag of the State of Israel.
It includes the full musical notation, as can be seen in the enlarged picture (click on picture for the larger version).
To pay by check, just send me an email: moshe@judaicaposters.com and indicate which items you'd like.
www.judaicaposters.com /pages/jp53.html   (135 words)

  
 HaTikvah
Hatikvah, meaning "the hope", is the title of the Israeli national anthem.
It was originally a poem written by Naftali Hertz Imber, but was later set to music in Israel in the early 1880s, and was adopted as the anthem of the Zionist movement.
The song was well suited to the Zionist cause, but now that Israel has become a State, this hope has become a reality.
amichai.com /war/process/hatikvah.html   (137 words)

  
 Chaya Oliver of the Honors College at Florida Atlantic University speaks of "HaTikvah" in Israel.
Several people said that to them "HaTikvah" symbolized the hope that one day we will be able to live in our own land without fear.
The melody was adapted by Samuel Cohen from a Moldavian-Romanian folksong, "The Cart and the Ox." The melody is in a minor key, and thus both the words and the music represent the plaintive wailing of the Eastern European diaspora, rather than the rejoicing of the in-gathering of the exiles.
It is true that "HaTikvah" is historically a song from the Eastern European diaspora, but it carries a message that all Jews, both in the diaspora and in Israel, can relate to.
www.koach.org /kococt03oliver.htm   (549 words)

  
 "Overcoming and Walking in Victory" - 02/25/2005 transcript
HaTikvah - My body is a temple for the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit), redeemed, cleansed, and sanctified by the Blood of Yahshua.
HaTikvah - May we all be still and let Yahweh speak to our hearts and minds.
HaTikvah - Barukh attah Yahweh, eloheinu melekh ha-olam, pokeiach ‘ivrim.
www.eliyah.com /transcripts/02252005.html   (5202 words)

  
 Congregation Beth Hatikvah -- Home
Welcome to the web site of Congregation Beth Hatikvah, a Reconstructionist Jewish synagogue in Chatham, NJ at the intersection of Morris, Union, Somerset, and Essex Counties.
The goal is for Beth Hatikvah to own the building right before the construction begins.
When Beth Hatikvah buys scrip from a store, the store makes a small donation to us.
www.bethhatikvah.org   (464 words)

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