Yishai presents a recent broadcast from the BBC about how the United States fits into the Middle East and also how the upcoming American elections can affect Middle Eastern policy, especially in regards to Israel.
Yishai and Malkah talk about the prisoner release, a harsh stance from the US State Dept, and present audio from the most recent Nefesh B'Nefesh flight arrival in Israel.
Yishai presents audio from a recent tour stop in Tenafly, NJ where he talks about his IDF experiences and Yom HaZikaron. This is the second part of his speech.
Yoram Ettinger, the former minister at the Israeli Embassy in Washington and expert on Middeast politics and US-Israel relations, joins Yishai in-studio to share parallels between the Obama and Ford administrations, in terms of White House pressure on Israel. Then, VOI political correspondent Raoul Wootliff provides sounds from the "freshman class" of the 20th Knesset. Finally, David Draiman -- the lead singer of the heavy metal band Disturbed -- talks to Yishai about his passion for Israel. He also takes on comedian Trevor Noah, the replacement for John Stuart as the host of "The Daily Show," who has posted anti-Semitic comments on Twitter.
Yishai is joined by founder and director of Future Leaders for Israel, Daniel Ackerman. Together, they talk about Ackerman's background and also making Israel advocacy personal.
We present a classic episode of Malkah’s “Eishet Chayil” show on the spiritual history of Jerusalem woven with songs for Jerusalem Day. Enjoy!
Yishai is joined by Dominican Friar and dear friend of the Fleishers Erik Ross to talk about the reason behind his current time in Israel and Ross's Pesach experience.
Yishai presents a shiur on Parshat Shelach he gave at Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, New Jersey. This is part one.
Yishai is joined, via phone from Bankok, by Chabad Rabbi Nechemia Wilhelm, who is in touch with Rabbi Chezki Lifshitz and his wife Chani, serving in Nepal. They discuss how Chabad, an organization that provides Jewish services to locals and travelers all over the world, is dealing with the fallout of the massive earthquake and avalanches that have plagued the region. Then, Yishai makes an impassioned plea to the next education minister to create "San Remo Day." He says that very few people are aware that April 25, 1920 was crucial in the international legal standing for the establishment of the state of Israel nearly three decades later. Finally, Yishai is joined in-studio by Jerusalem Post op-ed editor Seth Frantzman and editorial page editor Matthew Wagner to discuss the earthquake in Nepal, a place with which Israelis have a special connection.
Managing Editor of Jewish Press Online, Yishai Fleisher, recently attended a conference on the status of Jerusalem and had the opportunity to interview Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat among others.
Yishai and Malkah kick off this week’s show talking about the current situation in Israel and how things are tenser in the Fleisher’s neighborhood in Jerusalem
Get ready for the Day of Atonement with Rabbi Mike Feuer and Yishai. Why does Rosh HaShana precede Yom Kippur? Why is the scapegoat used as a scapegoat? Why do we dunk in the ritual bath before the great day? And is Yom Kippur a joyful or mournful day? Join Yishai and Rav Mike and get your Spiritual Caffein from Jerusalem - and Shana Tova!
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Yishai Yishai speaks with Antony Lerman, a British writer and former Director of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research, recently...
Yishai interviews Jamal Khori of the Hope for Change party to discuss the situation with Israel Arabs in the upcoming elections.
Yishai presents audio from his recent interview on Al Jazeera, is joined by some Gentile friends to talk about unbiased news from Israel, and wraps up with an interview with Bethany Mandel about a "bill of rights for Jewish converts".
Yishai presents exclusive audio from the 19th Annual Tisha B'Av walk around the Old City Walls.
Yishai gives his analysis and then presents Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly.
Yishai and Knesset insider Jeremy Man Saltan talk about upcoming draft law changes, the national referendum, and changes on how Israel is governed. This is part two of the discussion.
Yishai interviews terrorist attack survivor Kay Wilson about her background, her story, and surviving the brutal terrorist attack at the hands of machete-weidling Arabs.
Yishai and guests discuss Tzohar's attempts to make changes in the Israeli Chief Rabbinate.
Yishai and Malkah talk about the story of Caleb and how a recent trip to Hebron is related along with the view of Arabs in the Religious Zionist world. Malkah talks about her recent experience at an Israeli firearms training center.
Yishai Fleisher speaks with three Pastors who love Israel and defend the Jewish people.
Dr. Aryeh Tepper, Director of Publications for the American Sephardi Federation joins Yishai in-studio to discuss the origins of Tu Bishvat (the Jewish "new year for trees"); Israel's natural affiliation with the West; and why a Sephardi soccer player on the Jewish Home Party list might actually be a good idea. Then, marriage and intimacy counselor Rabbi Gedalia Peterseil joins Yishai in-studio to discuss why contemporary sexuality has left society in a state of confusion.
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Jewish blood is being spilled in the streets but the government is slow to react. What is the Torah’s advice...
Finally, the Jewish slaves get their life back and are given a set of commandments, like the baking of Matzah, so that they can both become action oriented and remember the day they left Egypt for generations. Get ready for the EXODUS and another spiritual-intellectual ride with Rabbi Mike Feuer and Yishai.