Torah Scroll Shadow Box
The Torah scroll is a highly revered and celebrated part of Jewish faith. It is a tangible representation of God’s connection to His Chosen People, and the Torah is treasured. The Torah Scroll Shadow Box contains a small Torah scroll written in Hebrew and displayed behind glass against a black background. The Torah is one continuous roll wound onto a metal frame with handles. This beautiful presentation is the perfect size for your home or office and measures 11” x 13”. The shadow box includes a small, metal plaque with the Jewish Voice name and logo to remind you of our appreciation for your compassion and the lives you’ve helped transform through your support.
Miracle of Israel Blu-ray
The Miracle of Israel tells the story of the only nation in the history of the world that has maintained a national identity for centuries without a homeland. The documentary explores four ancient prophecies in light of modern events and highlights four miracles that are distinct threads of the fabric of the Jewish people’s survival and restoration.
Why Satan Hates the Jews
Anti-Semitism is known as “the oldest hatred.” We hear the tasteless, whispered jokes based on cultural clichés and stereotypes. We see it in the news in increasing degrees. The question is, “Why is anti-Semitism still with us?” In this powerful booklet, Rabbi Jonathan Bernis answers this question and explains the biblical history of when anti-Semitism began and why there is still such hatred toward the Jewish People today.
Lest We Forget What Hatred Can Do
Six million Jewish people died in the Holocaust. Each one of them, and each survivor, is a unique story. During the Holocaust, the worst of the human race had free expression. The possibility that mankind is capable of such ideology and brutality is sobering. That’s why we can never forget the Holocaust. Lest We Forget offers stories of Holocaust survivors and a brief history of how Adolf Hitler advanced his campaign to eradicate what he called “the Jewish problem.” We remember – and with our deepest respect, we honor – those who died as well as those who survived the Holocaust. We remember . . . to ensure it never happens again.