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Kiddush Ha-Shem

Asch, Sholem

Kiddush Ha-Shem

an epic of 1648

by Asch, Sholem

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Published by The Jewish Publication Society of America in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gezerot taḥ ve-tat, 1648-1649 -- Fiction.,
  • Jews -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sholom Ash ; translated by Rufus Learsi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ5129.A8 K513 1926
    The Physical Object
    Pagination227 p. ;
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19493728M

    On Kedushah, Kedoshim, and Kiddush HaShem by Ariel Natan Pasko This week, we saw the intersection, of another murder spree at a synagogue in America, Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel, and the weekly Parsha (Torah reading), Kedoshim. This intersectionality brings Continued. On Kedushah, Kedoshim, and Kiddush HaShem By Ariel Natan Pasko, on May 1st, This week, we saw the intersection, of another murder spree at a synagogue in America, Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel, and the weekly Parsha (Torah reading), Kedoshim.

    The socialisation for Kiddush ha-Shem among Medieval Jews were chosen as representative examples, since they are particularly meaningful for introducing individuals into the group framework The 'Covenant of Circumcision' (Brit milah) is a ceremony through which the group receives a new member, and as such it seeks to present the group as Cited by: Kiddush HaShem Or Maybe Not Parallel Lines - Most of the second half of the book of Genesis is about Yakov’s children, with a strong focus on Yosef. Yet, right in the middle of the Yosef narrative, th 4 months ago On the Main Line.

    Hebrew Bible. The actual noun phrase "sanctification of the Name" does not occur in the Hebrew Bible [2] however the instruction frequently is expressed: “To sanctify His Name” Leviticus , and conversely “Not to profane His Name” Lev. Thus any action by a Jew that brings honor, respect, and glory to God is considered to be sanctification of His name, whereas any behavior or. It was at this time that the phrase kiddush ha-Shem was used to mean the willingness to die as a martyr. One of the most poignant of all collective responses on the part of the Jewish people was to categorise all the victims of the Holocaust as “those who died al kiddush ha-Shem,” .


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The novel Kiddush ha-Shem was first published in (and translated into English in ). One of the earliest historical novels in modern Yiddish literature, it is a story of Jewish martyrdom during the Chmelnitsky 5/5(). Kiddush HaShem: An Epic of Audio CD – May 1, by Sholem Asch (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Audible Audiobook, Unabridged "Please retry" $ $ Author: Sholem Asch. Today, kiddush Hashem, sanctifying the name of God, is observed, not by dying as a Jew, but by living as a this inspiring series of videos on kiddush Hashem, Torah Live interviews Benjamin Brafman, a world renowned criminal attorney, and other famous figures who, throughout their lives, brought about a greater acknowledgment of God and respect for Him.

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3 people found this helpful. Editions for Kiddush Ha-Shem: An Epic of (Hardcover published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (), (Audio CD publishe. Translation of: Oyf ḳidesh ha-Shem. Description: x, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: A cat in the ghetto --Kiddush hashem.

Series Title: Jewish legacy book. Other Titles: Oyf ḳidesh ha-Shem. Responsibility: by Rachmil Bryks ; translated by S. Morris Engel. Kiddush HaShem is about curating (everyday) inspiring stories and anecdotes that celebrate Torah and Judaism.

Kiddush HaShem. See how beautiful are his ways, how refined are his deeds. Kiddush HaShem is about curating (everyday) inspiring stories and anecdotes that celebrate Torah and Judaism. Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Asch, Sholem, Ḳidush ha-shem.

New York: Matones,© (OCoLC) KIDDUSH HA-SHEM AND ḤILLUL HA-SHEMKIDDUSH HA-SHEM AND ḤILLUL HA-SHEM (Heb. קִדּוּשׁ הַשֵּׁם וְחִלּוּל הַשֵּׁם). The antithetical terms kiddush ha-Shem ("sanctification of the [Divine] Name") and ḥillul ha-Shem ("defamation of the [Divine] Name") are complementary antonyms and denote the two aspects of one of the most significant concepts in Judaism.

Kiddush HaShem only pertains to cases where one is called upon to actively transgress a mitzvah in the Torah.9 One must refrain from 4 See also Lav 63 that it is םיברב םשה לולח when done before ten Jews. The lav of Chillul HaShem is the counter to the mitzvah of Kiddush HaShem.

Kiddush HaShem is about curating (everyday) inspiring stories and anecdotes that celebrate Torah and Judaism. Please help build this Kiddush HaShem site by emailing suggested postings and constructive ideas to [email protected]

Thank you. the holiday: Mitzvat kiddush ha-Shem (the commandment to sanctify the name of God). It figures prominently in II Book of Maccabees, the earliest literary record of Jews opting for martyrdom rather than violating a precept of the Torah.

The source of the mitzvah is found in Parashat Emor. Kiddush ha-Shem (Heb., ‘sanctification of the divine name’). The glorification of the God of Israel, especially by remaining steadfast in faith.

The rabbis taught that God's name could be sanctified in three specific ways: prayer, excellent conduct, and dom has always been seen as the ultimate expression of Kiddush ha-Shem.

Martyrdom in the Jewish tradition is obligatory. Kiddush Hashem (Hebrew: קידוש השם), meaning the sanctification of the Name, is a term used to describe one of the most significant concepts in actual term Kiddush HaShem does not appear in the Hebrew term is taken from the Rabbinic r, the concept of Kiddush Hasham is derived from the Bible as mentioned in Leviticus ace broaches the subject of kiddush ha Shem in conflict with Third Reich evil, while an essay by Blumenthal and Ker mish from the book provides useful biographical information.

The Jews of occupied Poland, we read, had difficulty in grasping the nature of their plight. Rabbi Moshe Chaim Lau of Piotrkow refused to hide. Kiddush HaShem: Plan B. In Parshas Shlach, the Almighty was prepared to destroy the Jewish people because of the negative report of the Spies and the ready acceptance by the nation of that slanderous report regarding Eretz Yisrael.

Moshe Rabbeinu pleaded on their behalf arguing that the Egyptians would say “Because Hashem lacked the ability to bring this people to the Land that He had. [71] Grossman quotes the famous dictum made by R. Isaac Nissenbaum in the Warsaw ghetto, “this was a time not for Kiddush ha-Shem, but rather for Kiddush ha-chayyim [sanctification of life].” This post-Shoah theology has permeated Jewish consciousness so deeply that it distorts our understanding of pre-modern notions about martyrdom.

Kiddush HaShem: Plan B. In Parshas Shlach, the Almighty was prepared to destroy the Jewish people because of the negative report of the Spies and the ready acceptance by the nation of that slanderous report regarding Eretz Yisrael. Moshe Rabbeinu pleaded on their behalf arguing that the Egyptians would say “Because Hashem lacked the ability to bring this people to the Land that He had.

On Kedushah, Kedoshim, and Kiddush HaShem. By Ariel Nathan Pasko May 3, The Book of Numbers (), describes the battle against Midian, after what they did to the Jewish people, “HaShem spoke to Moshe saying: Take vengeance on the Midianites for the Children of Israel.

After that, you will be gathered to your people [you will die].