31 December 2009

Beneficent Society Israeli Brazilian - Hospital Albert Einstein

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Social Responsibility Institute:

The “Instituto Israelita de Responsabilidade Social Albert Einstein” mission is to provide served communities with social justice and solidarity through responsible social actions based on citizenship principles and ethics.
Instituto Israelita de Responsabilidade Social Albert Einstein believes that citizenship should be practiced by everyone. Therefore it supports a number of initiatives that engage hundreds of professionals and volunteers:

- Educational Activities: Focused on employing and training doctors, nurses, health agents,public health managers and non-governmental organizations.
- Philanthropy: Includes the donation of hospital equipment and material, scholarship concessions and free high-cost exams and treatments for patients referred by public hospitals.
- Volunteering: A group of 360 volunteers spread across 47 areas carry out an important social role in the Hospital, at Paraisópolis Community and at Residencial Israelita Albert Einstein (Nursing Home).
- Collaborations with the Public Health Sector: Path chosen by SBIBAE to multiply medical excellence and collaborate with the National Healthcare System to offer with high quality healthcare and best practices in health care management to the general population.

Learn more about the Society Beneficent Albert Einstein Jewish-Brazilian

29 December 2009

Aliah and Klitah, On Wings of Eagles

Help for return, immigration (aliyah) and live restoring, absorption (klitah)

When 74 years of communist rule ended with the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990, the door to freedom is opened for one of the most oppressed groups of people on earth: the Soviet Jews, whom for a long time they were refused permission to return to Israel, their ancestral homeland.

When large-scale emigration was at last possible, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews started the program On Wings of Eagles, to transport these Jews flight to freedom to the "Holy Land". To date, hundreds of thousands of Soviet Jews have emigrated to Israel through this initiative.

Over the years, the scope of the efforts of the fraternity in the rescue of Jews in distress has spread beyond the former Soviet Union to also include those living under State sanctioned anti-Semitism in Arab lands, thousands Jews 'lost' that have been found in remote corners of India and Ethiopia and others, where rampant anti-Semitism has led many to regard Israel as a future home.

Thanks to generous donations to The Wings of Eagles, the friends of the fraternity have brought hundreds of thousands of Jews to the Holy Land from all over the world. With funding from emigration to Israel donors Fraternity show its compassion and concern for the Jewish people.

What we do: restoring (klitah)

The Aliyah brings Jews from all over the world to Israel. But the commitment of the Fraternity for the new immigrants do not end when they arrive at Ben-Gurion airport in Tel Aviv, but, somehow, actually begins at that time.

The Fraternity recognizes that it is very important to provide what is necessary for the restoration of the Jews who were brought to Israel through On Wings of Eagles. Many immigrants arrive with little more than the clothes they must learn a new language and integrate into a new culture. They need immediate assistance, both food, clothing, shelter, medical care, as long-term assistance: training for a job, job search, Hebrew language instruction and school for their children.

On Wings of Eagles helps new immigrants to become full and productive members of Israeli society, meet that need. In carrying out this work, helps immigrants to help themselves and secure the future of the State of Israel for generations to come.

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27 December 2009

Israeli Humanitarian Aid for Palestinians in Gaza - 2009

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Israeli humanitarian aid for Palestinians Gazan after "Operation Cast Lead"

Since the end of Operation "Cast Lead - the amount of humanitarian aid for the Gazan population provided by Israel has increased by 30% compared to the numbers of the previous years. The IDF magazine "Bamahane" reports that during 2009, approximately 100 trucks with humanitarian aid goods were transferred from Israel to the Gaza Strip daily.

The transfer of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip is coordinated by the Gaza District Coordination Office (DCO). "The DCO constantly works on efforts to provide as much humanitarian aid as necessary for the Gaza Strip," says the DCO Operations Officer.

The main objective of the operation – reducing the number of missiles and rockets fired onto Israeli territory – has been achieved.

Throughout 2008, 1,553 rockets (most of them Qassam rockets), 1,685 mortar shells and 40 Grad rockets – altogether 3,278 - were fired from the Gaza Strip onto Israeli territory.
In 2009, on the other hand, only 149 rockets, 95 mortar shells and 4 Grad rockets were fired at Israel. Altogether: 248 impacts (those numbers do not include the firings during Operation Cast Lead, and were last updated on December 16th). The number of rockets and missiles fired has decreased by more than 90% compared to that of the previous year.

24 December 2009

Merry Christmas to my friends!

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Today before the day they call Christmas, although I do not follow the Catholic religion, I respect their beliefs and concerns mainly the feelings of peace and happiness that is celebrated

Happy Holidays to all my friends and loves of my life!

With my love

Isha Shiri

I offer this music as a joyful welcome to all - "Within the walls of my house"

23 December 2009

I want to write about love

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One day, someone asked me:
- Why do you write about sad things in your Blog?
- I can answer: No, I do not want to write about sad, I want to write about love. The first commandment is the sincere love, brotherhood, without interest. When I think of love, I believe in love.
Charity is not just donate money or material goods, love can be a simple act, how to donate their time and expertise for a moment ... There are so many things that can be done with love, is not it? Do not forget that today maybe we are lucky but there is no guarantee of tomorrow and unexpected knocks at our door every day. Today we can help, but maybe we do not need help in the future?

I wish for all good parties and fun.

With my love,

21 December 2009

Idan Raichel - Ambassador of the ONG SACH*

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He came to Brazil in December, to present the show Idan Raichel Project and launch the Save a Child's Heart (SACH) in the country. Idan says he hopes to see the young Brazilians engaged in a project that, for him, as well as healing the heart, full of good vibes from the hearts of children. Meet some of the music of Idan Raichel
Meet the music of Idan Raichel

Im Telech – If You Leave (Idan and Din Din Aviv)

Im telech mi yechabek oti kacha - If you leave who will hug me like this
mi yishma oti besof hayom - who will listen to me at the end of the day
mi yenachem veyargi'a - who will console and calm me
rak ata yode'a - as only you know how

Ve’im telech lemi achake bachalon - And if you leave who will I wait for by the window
besimla shel chag - in a festive dress
sheyagi'a, yechabek oti kacha, - to come hug me so,
kmo she’ata magia - when you arrive

K’shetelech lashemesh etze, - When you leave go, I'll go out to the sun,
basade hamuzhav, boker va’erev - in the golden field, morning and evening,
yare'ach ya'ir et panai - the moon will light up my face
shecholmot kol hayom alecha - which dreams all day long of you

Uch'shetavo - When you come back,
tisa oti bishtei yadecha, - you'll carry me in your arms,
misade lanahar, - from the field to the river,
tirchotz et panai vetagid li milim - you'll wash my face and tell me words
l'mo sherak ata yode'a - as only you know how

See the original Video Cartoon Clip on YouTube, is beautiful!

19 December 2009


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Understand the Mission

An international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to generating change through the Snider Social Action Institute and education by confronting antisemitism, hate and terrorism, promoting human rights and dignity, standing with Israel, defending the safety of Jews world wide, and teaching the lessons of the Holocaust for future generations. With a constituency of over 400,000 households in the United States, it is accredited as an NGO at international organizations including the United Nations, UNESCO, and the Council of Europe.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, the Simon Wiesenthal Center maintains offices in New York, Toronto, Boca Raton, Paris,Buenos Aires and Jerusalem.

About the Museum of Intolerance on-line, click: http://www.museumoftolerance.com/

16 December 2009

O Brasil gritando por ajuda!

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Brazilians need help!

This weekend I went to the city of Rio de Janeiro (distant 500 km from the city of Santos, São Vicente, SP, where I'm living).
Yes, Rio is gorgeous, with beautiful beaches to see, but I was not satisfied with the living conditions of most of the population. The social differences are immense. Here where I live (Santos) is a smaller city and cleaner, with less social conflict. But in Brazil there are very large social differences. Some places I saw there in Rio de Janeiro left a bad impression!
There is now an undeclared war between the forces of military and civilian police and traffickers, who dominate the poor communities, and the number of deaths is very high. The deaths by firearms in Rio de Janeiro (and also in Brazil) are higher than the war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan for example.
Some serious charities do a good job help, but that is little compared with the immense social problems because the services of education and health are poor and mismanaged by the government of Brazil.
Missing housing, schools, hospitals, basic services of water supply and sewage treatment. The waters and the sandy coastline of Rio de Janeiro are highly polluted.
If you want help there are many organizations on the site "HELP BRAZIL" http://www.ajudabrasil.com.br/buscaentidades.asp

13 December 2009

Charity in the Festival of Lights!

Celebrate Hanukkah also helping the environment and doing charity.

On Chanukah, it is traditional to give children Chanukah Guelt - Money Hanukkah. One reason for this custom is the opportunity to offer them positive reinforcement for exemplary behavior, and encourage them to donate a portion to tzedakah - charity. This commandment (mitzvah), helps children understand the importance of charity (tzedakah) also when they are adults.

Some useful examples for charity on Hanukkah:

Ner Shel Tzedakah (Candle of Justice)A project for the sixth night of Chanukah Dedicating the night of Chanukah 6 to learn about the problem of poverty. Donate the value of gifts (or the gifts themselves) that would otherwise exchange on that night to organizations that help the poor.

Light Among the Nations
If each family had one light bulb with a CFL (compact fluorescent lamps), it would have the same impact as removing 1.3 million cars off the road. Celebrate Chanukah taking action to resolve the crisis of climate change. This campaign is to involve the community Jewish education, advocacy, and concrete measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. Visit the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL) to find out how you can participate in this important campaign.

Sustaining the Light: A Social Justice Program Guide for Chanukah. A new program guide of the Commission for Social Action, which highlights the themes of social justice of Chanukah - the environment, economic justice, children's issues, religious freedom - and describes the activities that flow from them. In the guide you will find ideas of social action program for families, social action committees, youth groups and other groups synagogue. We hope this material will help you make your Chanukah observance one that inspires acts of righteousness (Tzedek) and tsedaká (charity).

11 December 2009

These lights are sacred

"These lights are sacred... we can only look at them" Unlike the Shabbat candles, the lights of Chanukah may not be used for personal pleasure.

For although our perception may be blunted, we were, and essentially we are masters of vision. Indeed, the Chanukah lights are placed in the window as a beacon telling all passers-by that darkness can be dispelled with wisdom, that darkness can be illuminated with the truth. At the same time that Chanukah celebrates the past, also celebrates the present and future.

For though Chanukah celebrates the miracle of a single amphora of olive oil burning for eight days, also imbues the world with the hope of redemption, when the light will triumph over negativity. That is all past and future, and as during the 36 hours of the beginning of mankind, "there will be no hunger or war, no jealousy or rivalry". For goodness be total, and all delicacies will be as common as dust.

The occupation of the world be known only to G-d.

"For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of G-d as the waters cover the ocean floor" (Maimonides).

09 December 2009

Light and Wisdom

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index By "Dov Ber Pinson"
Why do we call the Hanukkah Festival of Lights? Why not celebrate the oil or the Miracle of Eight Days? The root of the word Hanukkah is Chinuch, which means education. Hanukkah is a spiritual process is cumulative, whereby the total of thirty-six lights that are lit grow to reveal the light of Creation.

What is light? The light is generally used as a metaphor for wisdom. The universal symbol for understanding in a graphic design or illustration is a light or lightning. light - see. People of all cultures, when grasping a concept that is being explained, use in various languages, one word: see. "Oh, I see", we say, when we finally come to understand something.

Maimonides writes that a prophet can experience a ray of light, of radiance, which illuminates your path. "Light" is often used in the Torah to express knowledge and wisdom. With the words "Let there be light," the creation of the world emerged. The Talmud explains that this light lit Adam and Eve for thirty-six hours, from noon on Friday for the whole day of Shabbat, when "Adam could see the end of the world at his [other] end."

During this time, the Primordial Light, the inner wisdom of purpose and truth, was exhibited to mankind.

But for this purpose of creation is complete and order to overcome the darkness was made manifest, this bright light was hidden from the universe, stored for a time that would still come.

Since then, we long for that light, we seek and seek in prayer, study and meditation. However, even in our darkest hours we can access this memory born of the 36 hours that we, humanity as a whole, we live in this light. "Where should this light be hidden?" asks the Midrash, "in the Torah." In its radiance feel the wisdom, purpose and intent of creation.

In every generation there are 36 elevated souls present who support, nurture and keep this light.Hidden, unobtrusive, and practically unknown, these 36 people just are sparks of that Hidden Light. Through refined awareness of fair, in light of the Torah permeates the world.

During the eight days of Chanukah, our world is bright with this glorious light.

Hanukkah - The Festival of Lights

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A Universal Message

Hanukkah (On date 25 Kislev, 5.770 - hebrew calendar) This year (2009), the first candle is lit on December 11 - duration 8 days, contains a universal message for all people of all faiths - a message of freedom, the victory of good over evil, light over darkness. The symbol of the party, an eight-armed candelabra, acquired special significance for the Jewish people during the revolt against religious coercion of the ancient Greeks, about 2,200 years ago. This chandelier, in fact, represents much more than just a religious symbol. It symbolizes the freedom of expression and thus indicates the diversity and pluralism as important in our society. Giant chandeliers light up in public places proclaiming the universal message of religious freedom, as has been done in hundreds of cities around the world.

06 December 2009

Talk - Ninet Tayeb

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TALK - Music by Baruch Ben Yitzhak, Marc Lazar and Ninet Tayeb

How do I fall again
Look in the mirror
Same face and sometimes
Want to be someone else for a moment
Without trying to understand the world
Be stupid
Only be

But instead of talking
I'm running from myself
Runs validates
Sometimes several
I prefer to keep quiet
I prefer to keep quiet

People do not really know
What is the meaning of a word
They want to sound sharp tongue
Experts who understand
And talk and talk ...

To fill the space to run their own
Escape validates
Sometimes several
But I prefer to keep quiet
I prefer to keep quiet
I prefer to keep quiet
I prefer to keep quiet ...