An attack in a synagogue is a terrible thing but it should be seen in context and not used as a political tool to push an agenda
Orly talks about Israels leadership and wild fires in California
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?
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.
The fact Israel has to negotiate with the Hamas in Gaza shows the terrorists still enjoy power, can open up fire anytime they want on Israel, and thus nothing much was achieved by this capitualtion.
Tamar slams the current policy of the Government with its targeted hits on empty buildings in Gaza. So what is the answer? Tamar lays it down with passion and fire!
Gordon spoke of encounter with the parents of his freshman roommate at Boston University the father of whom was one those incarcerated at a Nazi concentration camp and released after his wife bribed the Nazi camp commandant.
The challenges involved in opening an American brokerage account from overseas and how to overcome them
Social Justice is something that most all of us value, but Left-Wing Liberals are taking it too far with without 'borders' and proper guide lines on how to implement it, thus enabling the 'progressive movement' to eat away at personal freedoms, safety, and justice.
The mystery of Gaza and the Death Penalty
"The pure righteous do not complain of the dark, but increase the light; they do not complain of evil, but increase justice; they do not complain of heresy, but increase faith; they do not complain of ignorance, but increase wisdom." ---Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook
100 years ago today, the GREAT WAR (AKA WWI ) ended. It was a war that changed the map of the world. It drew up lines here, in the middle east, by Britain and France, where they divvied up the territory amongst themselves (taking the spoils) that we are still suffering from today. - something to think about!
A call to unity.
Antisemitism never seems to die.
Orly shares with the listeners about her own run for office in a past U.S. election.
Israeli out of the box thinking and team work that address situational awareness!
The aftermath of the U.S. elections.
The titanic twin forces of Jacob and Esav begin their epic battle which rages till today. Three times does Jacob nip at the heal of Esav his brother - at the birth, at the soup, and at his father's blessings. Rabbi Yishai is in Brooklyn, on the way to Toronto, on the way to the Land of Israel. Join him on the road for the war's play by play!
Modern science needs to catch up with Torah knowledge.
The mysteries of time, space, and dimensions.
The Holocaust, Kristallnacht, and harrowing reports of conditions in concentration camps, as described by a British Senior doctor during his visit just after liberation.
Judaism is the original monotheistic religion. Everyone else just copies.
Jewish Mysticism explained and broken down into the A, B, C's of science.
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Rabbi Nachman of Breslov says that the essence of peace is merging two opposites. How can this be achieved?