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Sen. Graham: UN Peace Keeping Force in Lebanon a ‘Miserable Failure’

Graham suggested the US must hold Iran, as well as Hezbollah, responsible, should there ever by a massive missile attack on Israel from southern Lebanon.

 

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Eating Haman’s Ear

Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to get pre-Purim holy drunk on Torah and to figure out the future of AIPAC as well. Then, Malkah Fleisher joins the show to talk about why Jews eat the sweetened ears of their enemies.

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The sedrah of Tetzaveh, in which the name of Moses is missing and the focus is on Aaron, reminds us that our heritage derives from both. Moses is a man of history, of epoch-making events.

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