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Yearly Archives: 2018

We Need a New Leader – From Jerusalem With Love [audio]

Orly talks about Israels leadership and wild fires in California

There’s Got to Be a Morning After – Pull Up a Chair [audio]

Relentless missile fire from Gaza, toddlers huddling in bomb-shelters, resignations, ultimatums and smarmy run-off elections. What does the Torah teach us about lifting up both ourselves and our communities during these distressing days?

The Double Plague Of Measles

Unfortunately, we do not have a single halachic authority that everyone abides by, and as a result each person can rely on whomever they choose.

Stairway To Heaven

Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to walk with the Forefather Jacob on his adventures, dreams, family life and strife, and the birth of the Tribes of Israel. Then, Rabbi Daniel Korobkin, Senior Rabbi at Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto Congregation ("The BAYT") join Yishai to talk about Pittsburgh and the Israel-Diaspora divide.

Netanyahu to Hanegbi: ‘Sderot Just Like Tel Aviv’

"The security of the residents of the south is just as important as the security of the rest of Israel."

A Bottle Of Wine

This was the Sixties, and they shared the ideals of their adolescent children. Pro-civil liberties, anti-war – the epitome of unaffiliated, liberal Jews.

Daf Yomi

What About The Blood ‘They Were Not Really Babylonians…’ (Menachos 100a)

Q & A: Tal U’matar – Why December 4 Or 5? (Part II)

Question: Why do we begin saying Tal U’matar on the evening of December 4 or 5? Why is the secular date relevant? Also, what should an American Jew do if he is in Eretz Yisrael (where people start saying Tal U’matar earlier) and then returns home before December 4 or 5? Zelig Aronson

Polls Show Majority Of Israelis Unhappy With Netanyahu’s Handling Of Gaza Flare-Up

74 percent of Israelis disapproved of how Prime Minister Netanyahu dealt with the confrontation with Hamas.

Why Did You Throw Out The Cholent?

The caterer ran back to Boaz. "The cholent is permissible!" he exclaimed. "I already dumped it into the garbage," Boaz replied.

New Details Emerge on Heroic Actions of IDF Officer Killed in Gaza

After covert IDF force was detected at Hamas checkpoint on Sunday, Lt. Col. M. opened fire to draw attention away from his comrades • While he was hit by enemy gunfire, his move gave his team critical time to leave their vehicle and charge the enemy.

State Department to Reward Up to $5 Million for Key Hamas, Hezbollah Leaders

The U.S. Department of State announced rewards of up to $5 million each for information or identification leading to the capture of the following terrorist figures: Hamas leader Saleh al-Aruri, and Hezbollah leaders Khalil Yusif Mahmoud Harb and Haytham ‘Ali Tabataba’i.

Silencing The ‘I’ To Meet God

How do we come to know that “God is in this place”? “By ve’anokhi lo yadati – not knowing the I. ”We sense the “Thou” of the Divine Presence when we move beyond the “I” of egocentricity. Only when we stop thinking about ourselves do we become truly open to the world and the Creator.

If Gender Isn’t Fixed, Why Is Age?

Numbers don't lie--some people do, about age and/or GENDER

Photo of Hitler Embracing Child of Jewish Descent Auctioned for $11,520

The Bundesarchive has 17 letters from Bernile to Uncle Hitler and his aide Wilhelm Bruckner between 1935 and 1938.

Shaked: DM Bennett and PM Netanyahu Would Be a Great Combination

Should Bennett take over as DM, he could make a powerful contribution to the settlements enterprise, seeing as the defense establishment is the sovereign in Judea and Samaria.

Failure to Bolster Deterrence Comes at a Cost

Israel has no strategic solution to the Gaza situation, and is busy putting out ‎tactical fires. The desire to avoid another war is ‎legitimate, but it is also dangerous considering the ‎prolonged erosion in Israeli deterrence.

Praising Netanyahu’s Caution

The prime minister’s refusal to seek a final reckoning with Hamas generated criticism. But his decision to avoid war was sound policy.

Babies, Mothers Exposed to Measles at Maayanei Yeshua Hospital

It is unclear how the child's father managed to bring his six-year-old into the department against hospital rules.

Police Officers Hurt in Terror Attack in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv Neighborhood

Security personnel are searching for a second individual who allegedly aided the terrorist in his attack.

‘Live’ Anti-Tank Mine Discovered in Shfaram in Northern Israel

Police and military sappers were summoned to defuse the explosive.

Chai Lifeline Continues To Inspire

Somehow Chai Lifeline is there, with food going to the home and the hospital, volunteers coming to the hospital to play with the kids, and iPads showing up out of nowhere to keep them busy.

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