Hakafot Shniyot in Tel Aviv
A custom in Israel is to celebrate Hakafot Shniyot, dancing with the Torahs again, in the evening right after Simchat Torah ends. Here are pictures...
In the 1st segment, Ari Fuld HY"D talks about 'Standing Together' and how he came to dedicate himself to the cause. He also talks about how he rushes TO danger, to help save others ...reminiscent of his final moments.
David talks about Ari Fuld HY"D.
Rod Bryant and Jerry Gordon interview Mudar Zahran, Secretary General of the Jordanian Opposition Council. The interview was inspired by Zahran’s amazing recent speech before the European Parliament addressing why BDS has impoverished Palestinians and why Israel constitutes an economic and military security force for good in the region. The Youtube of Zahran’s speech was viewed by upwards of 250,000 across the Middle East . . .
Celebrating Sukkot outside of Israel illuminates different aspects of the joyous holiday. Andrea touches upon the symbolism of the four species and focuses upon the importance of rain and what it means in our relationships with others.
Orly recognizes that at this moment of history we need to come to terms with reality and play nice. Orly also reads a letter she wrote to the Secretary General Kofi Annan.
Non-Jews from around the world march in Jerusalem on the Sukkot holiday to show their love and support for the people of Israel.
Early risers came to watch the glorious sunrise at Masada, the ancient fortress in southern Israel’s Judaean Desert.
Rabbi Mike joins Rabbi Yishai to talk about Sukkot including the universal call for humanity to pray in Jerusalem and the post-party of God and the Jews. Then, Malkah Fleisher on building the Sukkah and filling it with a national family love. And, of course, remembering Ari Fuld.
Recently, the park received a facelift, with the launch of a new compound in the northern part of the park known as the City of the Bnei Horin (Heb: free people).
Tens of thousands of Jews participated in Birkat Hacohanim at the Kotel.
This week the cinema film "Operation Finale", about the capture of Eichman, opens all over Israel with Ben Kingsley as Eichman and Oscar Isaak as Peter Malkin who captured him. It's a production with lots of artistic license. . .
An interview between Ari Fuld and Jono recorded in January.
Antisemitism is a protean phenomenon. That is, it takes many forms. Two seemingly unrelated faces of antisemitism are the murderous attacks on Jews in Israel and the growing antisemitism on American campuses - the place where future American leadership is being educated and brainwashed. We can never let down our guard against growing hatred of Jews.
Oslo's Treasonous Left and Barbaric Islam
Terror Attacks by PA Arab Youth Have Become Commonplace
Members of the Fuld family wrote the last words of the Sefer Torah.
"Why won't you condemn the PA for incentivizing the murder of Jews by paying rewards to the families of terrorists?"
Debunking some common myths and misunderstandings surrounding mutual funds, including whether Americans living abroad can or should buy mutual funds.
Rav Bina's Yom Kippur Message - Thoughts on Ari Fuld
Have a happy new year and a great signing of your and all of our fates come Wednesday, and don't count too much.
Shock & tears. How do we internalize the horrific and brutal death of our beloved brother and colleague, Ari Fuld who was murdered by a terrorist in Gush Etzion today (Sunday, Sept. 16th, 2018)? Ari was a not just a terror victim, he was a HERO who while wounded, chased after the terrorist and shot him so he could not continue to hurt & kill others. Tamar does a two-hour special dedicated to Ari Fuld. She speaks with his friends and colleagues, and reaches out to you for ACTION! Find out what that is that she is begging of you to do to honor Ari.
""My Lords, it pains me to speak about antisemitism, the world’s oldest hatred. But I cannot keep silent." Here is my speech from today's debate in the House of Lords about #antisemitism in Britain."
Yishai is in Boston airport on the way to Florida. He reflects on professional sports, on Moses passing the baton to the next generation, on accepting dichotomies, and on the Swiss-precision work of the high priest on Yom Kippur.