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  Simcha means joy in Hebrew. It is also the word for a wedding. Religious Jews will say, "Are you going to the simcha?" Dancing at a simcha is actually considered a commandment from God. The more you get into the spirit of merriment, the more praised you are.

What strikes me as sad is that there were anti Zionist (or what many would consider anti Semitic) comments on this page. I see comments like this all over the internet, including on many You Tube pages. I don't know if anyone noticed but I did respond on the page we are discussing with a comment of my own. So many times I am tempted to respond, but one can spend all day responding, so I usually don't. But in this case, it pissed me off that someone would use a page with old men sharing a sweet happy moment to spread political venom.

Oh well, such is life. Eat, drink, dance at simchas, and be merry!
  Author: Von Cello
Eintrag from 26.08.2008
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