Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to delve into the rejection of the Egyptian gods yesterday, and the continued slaying of false gods today. Then, Elie Pieprz, Director of International Relations at the Council of Judea and Samaria on Abbas' recent mental meltdown.
Yishai and Knesset insider Jeremy Man Saltan talk about Tzipi Livni's mistakes and the possible end of the two-state thought with the introduction of the Bennett Plan
Rabbi Yishai is reunited with Rabbi Mike Feuer to talk about the anti-Moses Jewish rebellion of the Korach faction. Were Korach, Nathan and Aviram self hating Jews or did they have legitimate grips? And finally, Malkah Fleisher joins to discuss the UN's perfidy.
First: Lieutenant-Colonel John Henry Patterson was a WWI British soldier, hunter, author and Christian Zionist. He became a major figure in Zionism as the commander of both the Zion Mule Corps and the 38th Battalion Jewish Legion, "the first Jewish fighting force in nearly two millennia" - which served as the foundation of the Israeli Defense Force decades later. Myrna Strapp is the civil litigator who helped bring Patterson's remains to the land of Israel 67 years after his death in a moving ceremony in which Prime Minster Netanyahu spoke of his family's connection to the British general. She joins Yishai to tell the incredible tale. Then, get ready for Passover with Spiritual Cafe as Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai to talk about the power of Matza to transfer national-spiritual data from one generation to the next, and the power of the Exodus to help us break out of our own self-imposed slaveries and limitations.
The family of Israel gets brought down to Egypt after the revelation that Joseph is still alive. Rabbi Mike Feuer is reunited with Rabbi Yishai on Spiritual Cafe where they discuss the repentance for the sale of Joseph and Jacob's fear of leaving the land of Israel. Then, Yishai and Malkah team up to talk about the Elor Azaria verdict, where an IDF soldier was put on trial for shooting dead a downed terrorist. Finally, Yishai's comments on the BBC about the IDF, Jihad, and the rights of Jews in Judea and Samaria.
Yishai is joined by Rabbi Danny Cohen, Director of Chabad Hebron, to discuss, on the 200th yarhzeit Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the importance of the city to all Jews.
Yishai and MK Dr. Aryeh Eldad discuss Eldad's Hatikva Party and Jordan's role in a solution in the Middle East.
Yishai is joined by meteorologist Yaakov Consur to discuss the deluge of rains that have hit Israel along with what's to come.
Yishai is joined by radio show co-producer Moshe Herman to discuss living in Israel and the holiday preparations that are happening all over Israel. Listen in to hear the actual sounds of life in Jerusalem!
Yishai presents audio from a recent talk given by scholar and musician Rabbi Shlomo Katz. Rabbi Katz talks about preparations for Chanukah from a Torah mindset and gives a unique perspective, fueled by the teachings of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach.
Yishai is joined by Hebron resident, activist, and politician Baruch Marzel to talk about his party's platform in the upcoming elections along with discussing his love of hosting soldiers for meals in his Hebron home.
Yishai talks about the importance of Tu B'Av in Jerusalem and also gives his opinion about the new peace talks proposed by the US.
Yishai asks what has happened to masculinity in Israel, and why 'maleness' is in retreat. Journalist and author Orit Arfa, who recently penned a piece about the phenomenon of women opting to freeze their eggs, joins Yishai in-studio to discuss this societal crisis. Then, Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai in-studio to discuss the Biblical view of societal norms and responsibilities.
Yishai rejects what he sees as the "Israel-is-to-blame" narrative of President Obama's speech at the Adas Israel synagogue in Washington DC. Then, Yishai is joined in-studio by Orthodox Union senior managing director Rabbi Steven Weil and director of leadership development Rabbi Ari Rockoff to discuss the future of American Jewry. They discuss their latest initiative: meeting with 18-year-olds spending a gap year in Israel, to encourage them to involve their counterparts in the US, who have grown distant from their Judaism.
Yishai discusses the tide of performers coming to Israel, and the tide of anti-Iran deal Democratic senators rising up. It takes guts to overcome the anti-Israel bias and to fly in to perform in Israel. But that is exactly what some performers are doing, like pop superstar Mariah Carey, who performed in front of 12,000 fans at Rishon LeZions’s Live Park Amphitheater. Elie Pieprz, Founder of the International Division of the Counsel of Judea & Samaria and VOI’s Knesset Insider Jeremy Saltan join Yishai to discuss the tide of performers coming to Israel, and the tide of anti-Iran deal Democratic senators rising up.
Yishai broadcasts from the 2014 Future Leaders For Israel Conference and is joined by conference organizer Ron Krudo and also conference director Rayna Exelbierd.
Managing Editor if Jewish Press Online, Yishai Fleisher, is joined by activist Jack Berger. Together, they discuss a recent trip to Hebron and its importance to the Jewish People along with the situation in Beit El.
Yishai presents exclusive audio from the 19th Annual Tisha B'Av walk around the Old City Walls.
When the culture war is at its zenith, a Jewish prince, Zimri, breaks all social contracts with a shocking public act of sexual exhibitionism. The leaders are broken, even the great Moses cries. But a new hero emerges - Pinchas! But is his violence justified? And what about today's Gay Pride Parades in Jerusalem? Is the Bible warning us? Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai for "Spiritual Cafe" to discuss this dramatic episode.
Yishai broadcasts from the offices of Nefesh B’Nefesh to talk about the visit of representatives from South Korea in order to gain knowledge regarding absorbing and matriculating large amounts of immigrants. Thousands of North Korean refugees have snuck across the border into South Korea and in order to assist, the South Koreans have looked towards Israel for guidance.
Temple Mount issues include a response to NPR item on the Arab boycott of the Temple Mount, and David Sacks on the period from Passover to Shavuot in relation to the Temple Mount.
Yishai presents a piece from Stanford University’s Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Podcast discussing charisma and how one can build their charisma and how the information presented here can be used to reach out and touch others.
Yishai and Malkah talk about a discussion with a Jerusalem cab driver, a Shabbat miracle in Netanya, and having friends world-wide via social media.
Yishai interviews MK Danny Danon of Likud and Knesset hopeful Jeremy Gimpel of Bayit Yehudi to talk about upcoming Israeli elections.
Yishai is joined by jazz great Daniel Zamir to talk about bringing jazz and spirituality to audiences around the world.