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Brit-Am Now no. 1372
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement

29 July 2009, 8 Av 5769
Contents:
1. Write to Tamar Yonah (Arutz-7)
2. Brit-Am Poetry
3.
Tisha Ba-Av Fast

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1. Write to Tamar Yonah (Arutz-7)
Tamar Yonah interviewed us in a very positive manner. Tamar has been consistently favorable towards Brit-Am  Ten Tribes Movement and has interviewed us several times. Each interview helps us a lot.
This is one of the few avenues of outreach that we have. The programs of Tamar are listened to by tens of thousands of people many of whom have a potentially strong interest in Brit-Am.
Tamar receives feed-back from her listeners and like every other professional in her field takes note of reactions sent in. There are those who are reserved or critical of us. This can also have an effect. It should be balanced by positive reactions.
Listen to the interview if you can and have not already done so.
Download from the Brit-Am Site
http://britam.org/Broadcasts/newBAMBI/tamarBrit.mp3
Or from:
Israel National News
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Radio/News.aspx/1178
If you are pleased with what we said and support Brit-Am and think you have something to say that Tamar should hear please send her a note:
Tamar Yonah <TamarY@IsraelNationalRadio.com>



2. Brit-Am Great Poems of the Nether-Ether
http://britam.org/BAPoetry.html



3. Tisha Ba-Av
This Thursday (i.e. Wednesday Night to Thursday sundown) 30 July is Tisha be-Av (the 9th of Av) which is a ca. 25 hour fast in Remembrance of the Temple.
We will probably register much less activity this week as compared with our usual output.

Tisha B'Av
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tisha_B'Av
Extracts:

Tisha B'Av (help?info) (Hebrew: or , "the Ninth of Av,") is an annual fast day in Judaism, named for the ninth day (Tisha) of the month of Av in the Hebrew calendar. The fast commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem, which occurred about 656 years apart, but on the same date.[1] Accordingly, the day has been called the "saddest day in Jewish history".[2]

 According to the
Mishnah (Taanit 4:6), the day commemorates five events: the destruction of the Temples, the return of the twelve scouts sent by Moses to observe the land of Canaan, the razing of Jerusalem following the siege of Jerusalem in 70 CE, and the failure of Bar Kokhba's revolt against the Roman Empire.

The
Tisha B'Av fast lasts about 25 hours, beginning at sunset on the eve of Tisha B'Av and ending at nightfall the next day. In addition to the prohibitions against eating or drinking, observant Jews also observe prohibitions against washing or bathing, applying creams or oils, wearing leather shoes, or having sexual relations. In addition, mourning customs similar to those applicable to the shiva period immediately following the death of a close relative are traditionally followed for at least part of the day, including sitting on low stools, refraining from work, and not greeting others.

The Book of Lamentations is traditionally read, followed by a series of liturgical lamentations called
Kinnot. In Sephardic communities, it is also customary to read the Book of Job.

Classical Jewish sources[16] maintain that the Jewish Messiah will be born on
Tisha B'Av, though many explain this idea metaphorically, as the hope for the Jewish Messiah was born on Tisha B'Av with the destruction of the Temple. [17]






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