The Beis Aharon Bielski School

Moshe Fhima Intro – Eli

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Moshe Fhima Intro

Beis Aharon School Pinsk Belarus 13 May 2018

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Zog Nit Keynmol – Pinsk

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Zog Nit Keynmol – Pinsk

Beis Aharon Bielski School

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Counting of the Omer – Moshe Fhima

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Counting of the Omer – Moshe Fhima

Beis Aharon Bielski School Pinsk 13 May 2018

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Yad Yisroel – Wikipedia

Yad Yisroel – Wikipedia

The Yad Yisroel is non for profit 501(C)(3) organization which was started by the Stoliner Rebbe in 1990. Yad Yisroel is an organisation with a goal to bring Russian Jews closer to their heritage.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yad_Yisroel

  

Moshe Fhima Enjoying Oif Dem Pripetchok

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Moshe Fhima Enjoying Oif Dem Pripetchok

sung by Cantor Harry Rabinowitz 1959 Beis Aharon School Pinsk 13 May 2018

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Oyfn Pripetshik

Oyfn Pripetshik – Wikipedia

Oyfn Pripetshik (Yiddish: אויפן פריפעטשיק‎, also spelled Oyfn Pripetchik, Oyfn Pripetchek, etc.;[1] English: “On the Hearth”)[2] is a Yiddish song by M.M. Warshawsky (1848–1907). The song is about a rabbi teaching his young students the aleph-bet. By the end of the 19th century it was one of the most popular songs of the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe, and as such it is a major musical memory of pre-Holocaust Europe.[3] The song is still sung in Jewish kindergartens.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oyfn_Pripetshik

Itzik Soloveitchik and Moshe Fhima

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Itzik Soloveitchik and Moshe Fhima

Great (great) grandson of Chaim Soloveitchik Halevy Beis Aharon Bielski School Pinsk 13 May 2018

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Itzik Soloveitchik

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Itzik Soloveitchik

Great (great) grandson of Chaim Soloveitchik Halevy who taught my Zaida Nachum Mendel Rabinowitz in the Brisk Yeshiva c1905 Beis Aharon Bielski School Pinsk …

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Shacharit

With Moshe Fhima at Chaim Weizmann’s school, Pinsk

 

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Moshe Fhima at Chaim Weizmann’s school, Pinsk

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Two Pinsk Synagogues

Moshe Fhima – Kiseh Elijahu – Circumcision Chair

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Moshe Fhima – Kiseh Elijahu – Circumcision Chair

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The Second Synagogue
Some Previous Jewish buildings opposite

With Moshe Fhima at The Holocaust Site & Memorial

Moshe Fhima at Holocaust Memorial

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A second site and memorial

1919 Pinsk massacre – Wikipedia

Pinsk massacre – Wikipedia

The Pinsk massacre was the mass execution of thirty-five Jewish residents of Pinsk on April 5, 1919 by the Polish Army. The Polish commander “sought to terrorize the Jewish population” after being warned by two Jewish soldiers about a possible bolshevik uprising.[1]. The event occurred during the opening stages of the Polish-Soviet War, after the Polish Army had captured Pinsk.[2] The Jews who were executed had been arrested were meeting in a Zionist center to discuss the distribution of American relief aid in what was termed by the Poles as an “illegal gathering”. The Polish officer-in-charge ordered the summary execution of the meeting participants without trial in fear of a trap, and based on the information about the gathering’s purpose that was founded on hearsay. The officer’s decision was defended by high-ranking Polish military officers, but was widely criticized by international public opinion.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinsk_massacre

The Town Square

Pinsk – Cultural Heritage Card – Shtetl Routes – NN Theatre

Pinsk – Cultural Heritage Card – Shtetl Routes – NN Theatre

Pinsk is a town, a district center in Brest region. It is situated on the bank of Pina River (the left tributary of Pripyat) 186 km to the east from Brest, 304 km to south-west from Minsk. It has a railway station on the line Brest-Homel.

Source: shtetlroutes.eu/en/pinsk-cultural-heritage-card/