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Menorahs- The Chanukah Story

The Chanukah Story

chanukahThe Chanukah Story 

Chanukah is a time to celebrate miracles, chief among them the miracle that occurred after the Jews defeated the Greeks and returned to the Holy Temple. Just as Greek philosophies promoted moral degradation, so too the Greeks themselves literally defiled and desecrated the Holy Temple. In their wake, they left just one small sealed vessel of pure Menorah oil, bearing the stamped certification of the Priest. While this vessel had sufficient oil for only one day’s light, the Jews experienced another great miracle when the Menorah remained lit for an additional seven days! The miracle provided exactly the amount of time necessary to prepare a fresh supply of oil for the Menorah.

 Lighting the Menorah

 The Chanukah holiday is celebrated by lighting a type of Menorah called a Chanukiya, which is similar to the lamp that was lit in the Holy Temple. The primary difference is the number of branches. While the Menorah in the Holy Temple had seven branches, the one we light today has eight. Lighting the Chanukah Menorah is not a reenactment of lighting the Temple Menorah, as it serves as a reminder of the eight-day miracle that occurred during this time, with one branch dedicated to each night of the holiday.

 The Chanukah Menorah has an extra ninth branch called the Shamash, whose purpose is two-fold. First, we use the Shamash to kindle the Chanukiya’s other lights, setting it a bit higher or lower than the other candles to differentiate it from the Mitzvah candles. Second, the Shamash is available for practical uses for which the holy Chanukah lights are forbidden. On the first night we light one candle using the Shamash, and on every subsequent night of Chanukah we light one more candle.

 The Israel Boutique Chanukah Collection 

Apropos of this time of year, the Israel Boutique offers unique and beautiful Chanukah Menorahs and gifts. The Menorahs are fit for lighting during the Festival of Lights, with each one connecting to the Chanukah story in a unique way.

stone menorah1.  Jerusalem Stone Menorahs – These Menorahs’ unique designs and exquisite details are handcrafted from authentic Jerusalem stone. As the material from which the Holy Temple was built, this stone is a reminder of our eternal connection to Jerusalem. What better way to celebrate Chanukah and the victory of our return to the Holy Temple than with a Menorah made in the Holy Land from the same type of materials! 

rockets into roses menorah


2.   Rockets into Roses Menorahs – Hand-sculpted works of art, fashioned by metal sculptor Yaron Bob, these Menorahs are made from actual rockets that landed in Israel. The artist has literally transformed instruments of death and weapons of war into meaningful objects of great beauty. This is exactly the message of Chanukah, on which we celebrate light and the defeat of the enemies of truth.

Menorah Coin


3.   Jerusalem Menorah Coins – Jerusalem Coins are commemorative treasures crafted with uncompromising quality, elegance, and beauty. Depicting the seven-branched Temple Menorah on one side and the City of Gold and the Holy Temple on the other, this coin’s design tells the story of Chanukah’s miracles. After the Jews defeated the Greeks, they returned to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem where a miracle occurred. They found only enough oil to light the Menorah for one day, but the light burned bright for eight days!

 

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The Holy Temple Menorah

The Holy Temple Menorah

Background 

Temple MenorahOriginally, in the Holy Temple, the Menorah was a seven-branched candelabra beaten out of a solid piece of gold. As one of the sacred vessels, the High Priest lit the Menorah every day in the southern part of the Holy Temple. Only pure, fresh olive oil of the highest quality was suitable to light the Menorah.

 Symbolism 

As its unique design communicates, the Menorah endures as a symbol of Divine light spreading throughout the world. To this end, God commanded that the Menorah’s goblets be turned upside down on their stems, emphasizing the importance of spreading light to others. This design reflects the Menorah’s exact purpose in the Holy Temple, which was to spread the light of Godliness to the entire world, not to illuminate the Temple itself. 

The seven lamps of the Menorah also allude to knowledge, with six of the branches representing human wisdom, guided by the center branch of Divine light. To this day, the Menorah’s design and the ideas it communicates endure as an inspiration for universal enlightenment. 

Since God dictated the creation of the Menorah from 100 percent pure gold, our sages deduced that we must strive for “solid gold” with regard to our motives and behavior. In other words, our shining character traits on the inside should reflect the holy actions we take on the outside, and vice versa. In this way, the Menorah teaches us to bring out every soul’s inner Divine light so that we shine internally and externally. 

The Menorah’s structure also inspires us to embrace holiness. The Menorah begins with a central stem that branches outwards, just as our demeanor, behavior, personality, and especially good deeds should branch out and influence others to illuminate the world around us. 


The Chanukah Menorah
 

The Chanukah holiday is celebrated by lighting a type of Menorah called a Chanukiya, which is similar to the lamp that was lit in the Holy Temple. The primary difference is the number of branches. While the Menorah in the Holy Temple had seven branches, the one we light today has eight. Lighting the Chanukah Menorah is not a reenactment of lighting the Temple Menorah, however, as it serves as a reminder of the eight-day miracle that occurred during this time, with one branch dedicated to each night of the holiday. 

The Israel Boutique Chanukah Collection 

Apropos of the season, the Israel Boutique offers unique and beautiful Chanukah Menorahs and gifts. The Menorahs are fit for lighting during the Festival of Lights, with each one connecting to the story of Chanukah in a unique way. 

ancient judea menorah


1. Jerusalem Stone Menorahs – These Menorahs’ unique designs and exquisite details are handcrafted from authentic Jerusalem stone. As the material from which the Holy Temple was built, this stone is a reminder of our eternal connection to Jerusalem. What better way to celebrate Chanukah and the victory of our return to the Holy Temple than with a Menorah made in the Holy Land from the same type of materials!  



rockets into roses menorah


2. Rockets into Roses Menorahs – Hand-sculpted works of art, fashioned by metal sculptor Yaron Bob, these Menorahs are made from actual rockets that landed in Israel. The artist has literally transformed instruments of death and weapons of war into meaningful objects of great beauty. This is exactly the message of Chanukah, on which we celebrate light and truth, and the defeat of the enemies.

 

 

jerusalem menorah coins


3. Jerusalem Menorah Coins – Jerusalem Coins are commemorative treasures crafted with uncompromising quality, elegance, and beauty. Depicting the seven-branched Temple Menorah on one side and the City of Gold and the Holy Temple on the other, this coin’s design tells the story of Chanukah’s miracles. After the Jews defeated the Greeks, they returned to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem where a miracle occurred. They found only enough oil to light the Menorah for one day, but the light burned bright for eight days!

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Menorahs- Chanukah Story and Traditions

Chanukah Story and Traditions

GreeksBackground 

During the Second Temple period, the Syrian Greeks infiltrated Israel and seized power. They tried to impose their cruel Hellenistic culture on the Jewish people, defiling every holy thing and forbidding Torah learning. Their goal was to eliminate the Jews’ connection to G-d and to indoctrinate the Jews with immoral values in a futile attempt to deny the existence of the Creator.

 This dubious plot began with prohibitions against keeping central laws of the Torah, such as study and circumcision. It ended with physical danger and desecration of the Holy Temple. Despite the Greek onslaught, a small group of courageous Jews known as the Maccabees emerged to fight for the survival of the Jewish people and their cherished Torah.

 Miracles

There were several special miracles that happened during this time, for which our Sages established the holiday of Chanukah. These days commemorate for all time the Jewish people’s eternal connection to G-d and our ability to choose the right path.

The military victory of just a few Maccabees over a huge, well-armed Greek army was the first miracle of Chanukah. Here, G-d delivered the mighty into the hands of the weak, the many into the hands of the few, the wicked into the hands of the righteous.

 

 Immediately after the military victory, the Jews returned to the Holy Temple only to find it defiled and completely desecrated. Wanting to rededicate the Temple in order to perform the daily services for which it was designed, the Jews needed to light the Menorah with oil certified as pure by the High Priest. While the Temple was horribly defiled, one vessel of pure oil was found among the ruins, which contained enough fuel for only one day. Miraculously, the Menorah stayed lit for seven additional days! This miracle provided the Jews with exactly the amount of time necessary to prepare a fresh supply of oil for the Menorah.   

Holiday Traditions 

In order to commemorate these miracles, Jews light their own mini Menorahs, called Chanukiyas, for eight nights each year. The lit Menorahs must be placed outside or adjacent to a window in order to publicize to the world the miracles that G-d did for the Jewish people.

 One the first night, one candle is placed to the Menorah’s far right. On each succeeding night one more candle is added. It is preferable to sit with the lit candles, studying Torah, singing songs, telling the Chanukah story, and relaying the personal miracles we have witnessed in our own lives. With each moment spent in front of the Menorah, we fulfill the commandment of the Chanukah lights!

Click here to see our beautiful Chanukah Collection of Menorahs and gifts.

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Menorah- Chanukah Insights

Deep Chanukah Insights

Temple MenorahAccording to the Talmud, the Sages instituted the celebration of Chanukah to commemorate an amazing miracle in the Holy Temple. After a bloody war in which the Greeks desecrated the Holy Temple and its sacred implements, there appeared to be no pure oil left to light the Menorah. While a vessel was eventually found, it was only sufficient for one day’s light. Miraculously, the oil burned for eight days! 

What was it about this miracle that inspired our Sages to institute a special festival in its honor? Understanding the answer to this question requires a look at our rich history and the challenge the Jewish people faced during the Chanukah epoch. 

During this time, there was a fierce spiritual battle between the morally bankrupt Hellenistic philosophy and Judaism’s monotheistic values of kindness, peace, and human dignity.  This battle could not be fought with conventional tools alone. A special miracle was required. 

This miracle was sent in the form of the uncontaminated oil, which represented the Jewish soul’s pure essence and its unwavering loyalty to G-d. Only this oil could guide the Jews away from the poisonous Greek culture. Through this oil the Jewish people were able to literally and metaphorically rekindle the torch of Israel and reinstitute it as a light unto the nations. 

Chanukah MenorahOn a literal level, the miracle of Chanukah was that the Menorah’s flame actually burned for eight days. On a deeper level, the pure oil was no mere flash of light in a world of darkness or fleeting spark of Divine inspiration and closeness to G-d. Instead, the flame of Chanukah shed light for all generations. Each year, the Chanukah lights live on in the Jewish soul, long after the eight day festival concludes. 

In this way, Chanukah teaches us that a Jew’s soul is not bound by the rules of nature, which dictate that a spiritually inspired person’s soul can shine brightly, but only fleetingly. Indeed, when a Jew’s soul is inspired, no earthly force can still the fire. 

With this in mind, one question lingers. The Menorah stayed lit for eight days, but there was sufficient oil for one day, meaning that only seven days of light were miraculous. While that is true, we celebrate for eight days as an allusion to the very essence of the miracle itself. The number seven represents the aspect of existence we can actually touch, hear, smell, and feel, as manifested in the physical world that G-d created in seven days. The number eight, however, is one step further. It represents transcendence beyond the natural world. We celebrate Chanukah for a total of eight days, as an allusion to the fact that on Chanukah we experienced something supernatural – a taste of the spiritual world! 

With these lessons in mind we can more fully appreciate this amazing holiday, which inspires our infinite spiritual potential.

During these days, may the beautiful Chanukah lights inspire us to look within ourselves and go beyond nature to reach new spiritual heights. 

Click here to see our beautiful Chanukah Collection of Menorahs and gifts.

 

 

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Israeli Charities

Israeli Charities

FOR ROCKETS INTO ROSES

Imagine hearing a frightening siren blaring “Code Red, Code Red” and having 15 seconds to run for cover.

Imagine never being able to walk beyond sprinting distance of the nearest shelter.

Can you imagine the fear and terror of a rocket whistling down, not knowing whether it will land a mile away or directly on your head?

Or the sudden shock when you feel the impact and the sense the relief that you’re still alive but the fear that your friends and family may not be so lucky.

Imagine if you were a little child and had to not only imagine all this but to live with this reality…

Portable shelters known as “Lifeshields” can be moved to where they are needed most, providing some solution to the lack of adequate underground shelters by offering both physical and psychological cover.

These state-of-the-art, free standing, portable, above ground shelters provide safety for Israeli citizens as they go about their daily lives. They are built to prevent the penetration of bullets, shrapnel and missile fragments and can withstand direct hits.

While building underground shelters can take months, these pre-form units take only a few weeks to build and can be delivered and deployed immediately.

Although these shelters cannot provide Israeli communities with peace, they can provide both safety and peace of mind.

‘Rockets into Roses’ is committing to building shelters to protect the citizens of Israel.

A portion of the proceeds of each item sold will be donated to the United with Israel Bomb Shelter Campaign.

 

FOR HOLY SHOFAR

MICHA – SOCIETY FOR THE EDUCATION OF DEAF CHILDREN HAIFA & NORTHERN ISRAEL

As we listen to the sound of the shofar, we should not forget those among us who are not able to hear. A portion of the proceeds from your purchase of a Holy Shofar will be donated to Micha, an organization dedicated to serving the needs of hearing impaired children in Haifa and the North of Israel.

Micha Haifa Center provides treatment, education and rehabilitation for hearing impaired infants and children.

Micha – Haifa & the North is a registered nonprofit organization.

Micha is responsible for whole of Israel north of Hadera – a population that includes Jews (including new immigrants from former USSR and Ethiopia) Muslims & Christians.

They accept any and every hearing impaired child that applies. There is no waiting list.

Micha staff works out of one of their two centers located in either Haifa or Tiberius.

They have 70 full and part time professionals tending to these children with the goal being to set the child on the road to integration into the hearing society thereby enabling the child to enter the regular school system when he or she reaches school-going age – to hear, with a suitable hearing aid, to speak, to sing and dance.

Micha is known for providing their services with the utmost professionalism together with cutting edge technology with compassion.

 

FOR ISRAELI JEWELS

Help economically and socially disadvantaged Israeli citizens with your purchase of jewelry from our boutique collection. A portion of the proceeds from your purchase will be donated to the Yedid Association for Social Empowerment.

In a tastefully renovated 160-year-old stone building in Motza, a few miles west of Jerusalem just off the Tel-Aviv-Jerusalem highway, an innovative school is teaching the jewelry trade to an eager group of motivated Ethiopian immigrants. It’s the Megemeria training program. Taken from the Amharic word for Genesis, the school that trains the budding jewelry makers provides a new beginning for some 21 Ethiopian immigrants at a time, chosen for their artistic sense and propensity for precision work.

Many of the students came to the program with limited Hebrew and poor math skills, but through the Yedid Association for Social Empowerment that has been working on behalf of Ethiopian immigrants and some of the graduates that will even receive professional diplomas from the Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Labor.

Before they were accepted to Megemeria, several of the students were working as house cleaners and security guards.  In a Catch-22 situation, few training programs were willing to take on people with little formal education.

For people like graduate Sanayit Bayana the chance to learn a promising trade with the assurance of a job has been a life-changing experience. She will now have a profession and can work and progress like everyone else.

 

FOR JERUSALEM MINT

The Ir David Foundation

Invest in the future of Jerusalem by purchasing a limited edition Jerusalem Coin from the Jerusalem Mint where a portion of the proceeds from your purchase will go to support The Ir David Foundation.

Ir David” or the “City of David”, is the actual location of the biblical city of Jerusalem captured by King David over 3,000 years ago.  The Ir David Foundation (Amutat EL-AD), a non-profit organization established in 1986, is dedicated to the preservation and development of the Biblical City of David and its environs.

When David Be’eri (David’le), commander of an elite military unit, first visited the City of David in the mid-1980s, the city was in such a state of disrepair and neglect that the former excavations that had been conducted in the area were once again concealed beneath garbage and waste. Inspired by the incredible archaeological significance of the site, and the longing of the Jewish people to return to Jerusalem after 2,000 years, David’le left his army career to establish the Ir David Foundation.

The Ir David Foundation is committed to continuing King David’s legacy as well as revealing and connecting people to Ancient Jerusalem’s glorious past through four key initiatives: archaeological excavation, tourism development, educational programming and residential revitalization.

The Foundation runs activities at three historic sites in Ancient Jerusalem: The City of David National Park, Armon Hanatziv, and the Mount of Olives, bringing hundreds of thousands of visitors to its gates every year.  

Currently, the Israel Antiquities Authority is excavating three sites in the City of David, sponsored by the Ir David Foundation: “Givati”, the “Spring House”, and the “Herodian Road”. As excavations are completed, the area is opened to tourism to further deepen visitors’ understanding of its monumental past.  Additional educational programming geared towards Israeli students, adults and soldiers reconnects them to their history and heritage.

 

FOR JERUSALEM STONE

Please be our partners in the historic rebuilding of Jerusalem!! Portions of the proceeds from your purchase of Jerusalem Stone Treasures will be donated to the Jerusalem Reclamation Project which is dedicated to the strengthening the historical Jewish roots in the Holy City.

Jerusalem Reclamation Project is a non-profit organization located in Jerusalem, Israel. It was established during the Festival of Chanukah 31 years ago by Matityahu HaCohen Dan, a young, idealistic veteran of the Israel Defense Forces. The aim was, and still is to fulfill a generation’s old dream of rebuilding & securing a United Jerusalem, strengthening our Jewish roots and reestablishing thriving Jewish communities that are centered around educational institutes in and around the Old City of Jerusalem.

Today, there are over 60 Jewish families, hundreds of children, play centers, Yeshivot,

and Synagogues in the area close to the Temple Mount area. This is a small but flourishing Jewish community in the Old City of Jerusalem which one time had been the hub of Jewish life and activity up until the riots and pogroms of the 1920’s, 30’s and the War of Independence in 1948. A thriving Jewish community and a pulsating Jewish life was found throughout the areas that are known today as the Moslem and Christian Quarters (in fact, a Jewish majority existed in the Old City from the 1850s until the rioting in the early 20th century). Unfortunately, Arab hatred and the decision by the British to divide the Old City left us with a tiny portion of our Holy City. The glorious victory in the Six Day War in 1967 and our return to the Old City facilitated the building of a beautiful Jewish Quarter (13% of area). Yet we are still a minority in “Our Jerusalem”. We are back home, but a lot of work needs to be done.

Slowly but surely we are returning to all parts of “Our Jerusalem”. Just as the JNF has reclaimed land over the years throughout Israel, The Project redeems the land in and around the walled Old City.

Buildings have been converted to student dormitories; and Synagogues are once again seen throughout the Old City and the neighborhoods near the Temple Mount, the City of David and the Mount of Olives.

The Jerusalem Reclamation Project will continue to strengthen Jewish roots of the Old City and its environs through peaceful, tactful and legal methods. We, therefore, call upon each and every one of you to pray for the safety and unity of Jerusalem and to support the rebuilding of Jewish life within a “Holy and Eternal United Jerusalem”.

May Am Yisrael and the nations of the world be showered with Blessings from the Almighty.

 

FOR LEARN HEBREW

What a privilege to be able to learn a second language! Imagine children with special needs unable to master even one. A portion of the proceeds from your purchase of Learn Hebrew CD’s will be donated to Camp Shutaf.

Shutaf was founded in 2007 by two mothers, Beth Steinberg and Miriam Avraham, each parents to children with special needs, each frustrated by the lack of appropriate and available programs for their kids.

In the first year alone, Shutaf held camps during the Hanukah and Pesach school vacations as well as a 3-week August program in 2008.

Shutaf is a year-round, Jerusalem-based, informal-education program for children and teens with special needs. Shutaf is inclusive, committed to a teaching model that welcomes and includes all children – with and without disabilities – regardless of educational, religious and socioeconomic differences. Shutaf is modeling a unique type of co-existence for Israeli children, creating a special place of learning, of core Jewish and social values and happy times together.

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About Our Unique and Meaningful Products from the Holy Land

In the last 12 years, over 13,000 Kassam Rockets have been fired into Israel. Israeli artist Yaron Bob transforms these objects of destruction into expressions of beauty and peace. Rockets into Roses are precious, limited edition, hand-sculpted pieces of art created from actual rockets that landed in Israel – modern day versions of “beating swords into plowshares”. A portion of all proceeds go towards building bomb shelters and other vital Israeli causes.

 

Holy Shofar is a premium collection of Israeli hand-crafted shofars. Working with the finest shofar manufacturers in Israel, you can rest assured that you will be receiving the highest quality shofars available today. Each shofar is tested for sound clarity and maximum durability, and is finished with the utmost detail. All of our shofars are kosher-certified. A portion of all proceeds support Israeli charities.

 

Israeli Jewels offers an exquisite collection of designer jewelry, handcrafted in Israel. We carry sterling silver jewelry of the finest quality, produced by master Israeli craftsmen. Our creative design team is second to none and we’re confident that your favorite “Israeli Jewels” will be cherished forever. A portion of all proceeds help support Israeli Charities. 

 

The Jerusalem Mint is proud to honor the unique splendor and spirit of Jerusalem by minting limited edition gold and silver coins that will glorify the Holy City for generations to come. These magnificent treasures, designed by Israeli artist Moshe Braun, express our desire to “Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem” (Psalms 122:6). A portion of all proceeds help support Israeli Charities. 

 

Jerusalem Stone Treasures is a beautiful collection of religious and decorative stone art sculptures. With a wide range of products, including: magnets, home blessing plaques, candlesticks, office items, art pictures and much more! Made by hand, these products come from the handy work of a stone artisan, whose expertise for styling and detail is extraordinary.  We are confident, that you will find our collection brings ‘home’ the holiness & beauty of Israel. A portion of all proceeds support Israeli Charities.

 

If you’re new to a language, there are some basics you will have to learn, whether you’re eight years old or 80, on business abroad or a tourist on holiday. Love to Learn Hebrew offers a simple-to-use method for you to start learning the language, whoever you are. You’re just starting, so we won’t drop you in at the deep end. These CDs gives you easy-to-achieve goals. Learning a new language is far too big a task to tackle all at once, so we have broken it down into a series of rewarding challenges.


 

Made from the finest silver and gold, our beautiful BibleLand Charms shaped as the map of Israel feature stunning opal and zircon diamonds. You will surely feel connected to the Holy Land when wearing these charming Biblical necklaces. Keep the Land of Israel close to your heart!


 

Finally after 1500 years, the secret has been revealed! Our stunning collection of Biblical Blue necklaces and bracelets are handmade in Israel using the authentic Biblical Blue thread. Complete with a Star of David and white Israeli beads, these unique pieces make fabulous Holy Land gifts that will be cherished forever.


 

Exclusive, handmade artwork crafted from Iron Dome missiles. Bring Israel’s eternal protection into your home with our special Mezuzahs, and adorn yourself with our beautiful, meaningful Iron Dome necklaces.


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To expedite an order please contact us directly, to arrange the details.

 

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