40 South African rabbis unite to sing Rosh Hashanah prayer and go viral

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A new project aims to unite Jews in the South African Jewish community and around the world through singing.

The unique initiative was created by South African Jewish vocalist and entertainer Jonathan Birin and produced with the help of Rabbi Yossi Chaikin, the chairman of the South African Rabbinical Association.


Titled "Forty South African Rabbanim and Chazzanim join to sing Avinu Malkenu," the project included creating a video that showed 40 of South Africa's rabbis and chazanim come together to sing the Jewish prayer of "Avinu Malkeinu."

That is pretty dang cool.
 

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I think you will find that out of something terrible such as this pandemic something good will come out of it and that eventually with a rebuilt temple as a platform And the technologies to communicate with each other worldwide all people’s not just Jews will share in it as it is meant to be and people will be taught and will taste “ old wine”( the truth and knowledge in the Jewish scriptures ) afterwards they will no longer desire the new wine as the old wine is all they will require and need...Rabbi just means teacher and all will teach properly under the central authority from said rebuilt temple so that no Misunderstandings can exist again...
 

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