Yishai in joined media expert and CEO of Lone Star Communications Charley Levine to talk about using media to build Israel's image across the globe.
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Israel is engulfed in an epic dust storm - but what is the spiritual meaning of it? Join Yishai and...
Yishai and Malkah are joined by celebrity Kosher chef Jamie Geller to discuss her organization along with her family's upcoming Aliyah to Israel.
Yishai is joined by Aryeh King, founder of the Israel Land Fund to discuss area E1 between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea
Yishai is joined by Hillel Ma'or, an instructor at the Caliber 3 range outside of Efrat to discuss his journey to Judaism and also Israel.
Cutting animals in half for a covenant, the first circumcision, Pharaoh taking Sarah, the Egyptian handmaiden, and the first world war of empires - all in one Torah portion!!! Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai for Lech Lecha. Then, Malkah Fleisher on bleeding sore of Gaza.
Yishai presents a piece that describes how images are being used as a means of expression in the Arab world.
Yoni Berg is a master tour guide with a painful past. Confronted with his reality and Inspired by an image at the Holocaust Museum, Yoni's .45 is emblazoned with a Jewish star. He joins Yishai to talk about Jewish weapons, Alexander the Great, terror that hits home, and touring the beautiful land of Israel. But first, get ready for Shabbat with Spiritual Cafe and Rabbi Mike Feuer!! This week: facing terror in the Holy Land - how are we to cope with the horrific images of axe-wielding terrorists attacking Jews like the Middle Ages? Then, how is the Shabbat (Sabbath)like the Tabernacle? It's God's abode in time! Finally, the creative power of Bezalel - the Bible's first artist. Can we make our life a work of art?
Yishai is joined by Mordechai Taud to talk about conflict in Gaza, upcoming Israeli elections, and the situation in Syria.
On this super-packed show: Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai on "Spiritual Cafe" to discuss Jewish rights, or lack-thereof, on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem as well as Israel-Diaspora relations as seen through the Torah portion. Then, Yishai interviews terror survivor Hadass Mizrachi whose husband was murdered before her eyes - how does she raise her kids with joy? Finally, Yishai sits down with Joe Sabag, US Director of the Israel Allies Foundation to discuss the monumental shift in the Republican platform and how to fight BDS with good laws and policies.
Yishai and Malkah read a letter from a listener, talk about Israel's placement in the world, and discuss current events.
Rabbi Yishai travels to DC to join 18,000 pro-Israel Jews and friends of Israel at AIPAC's Policy Conference. Hear about the big pro-Judea event in DC and pro-Hebron lobbying on the Hill. Also, the Torah portion!
Yishai is joined by Pastor Dave McGarrah and Charlie Schiffman to share a love of Israel, a love of Bible, and a love of mankind, also an ode to a dearly beloved friend: Charley J. Levine,62, who passed away yesterday. Charley was the founder and CEO of Lone Star Communications, one of Israel's most dynamic public affairs and media relations consultancies.
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) First, on Spiritual Cafe, Rabbi Mike Feuer and Yishai discuss the Death that was let into the world with the...
Yishai interviews new Oleh Chaim Messer along with Hassidim on their way to Meron for Lag B'Omer.
Yishai presents a series of interviews that are related to new immigrants finding jobs in Israel.
Yishai presents audio recorded with Daniel “Danny” Seaman, who is the Deputy Director General for Information at the Israeli Ministry of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs to discuss the Arab reaction to events that have happened in the past couple of weeks.
On this week's show: Kings, Prophets, Priests, and Necromancers all compete for power - but who is top dog?? And is there a separation of Shul and State? Rabbi Yishai is joined by Rabbi Mike Feuer to discuss the Torah's system of Israeli governance and how to balance Biblical politics with the commandment to walk simply with God. Plus, how to keep the fruit trees from being harmed in a time of war. Prepare for Shabbat with Spiritual Cafe!
Yishai is joined by Aryeh King, director of the Israel Land Fund to discuss the hills around Jerusalem.
Yishai interviews guitarist Lazer Lloyd about the new Jewish Unity Music Project.
Yishai interviews Rick Santorum, former US Senator and Presidential hopeful on Iran, media, the Bible, and the US Israel relationship.
Yishai is back from Australia and back with Rabbi Mike!! Together, they discuss the tragic hero Sampson. Then, Malkah shares her Non-Bake Cheesecake recipe while stomping on the Turkish leader's Turkish Delight.
Yishai Fleisher and Baruch Viden discuss a recently-read book about the Lubavitcher Rebbe's view of settling the Land of Israel and also how programs like Taglit are decreasing the intermarriage rate among young Jews.
Yishai is joined in-studio by Tamir Druz, director of Capra Energy Group, an independent energy consulting firm advising different governments, among them Israel's, to answer some key questions. Is natural gas the fuel of choice and why? What about pollution? Is the air in Israel's third largest city, Haifa, really harmful? And why do gas prices keep fluctuating? Then, Yishai is joined via phone by Arjun, a Nepalese national, who describes the situation on the ground in Kathmandu following the earthquake. Finally, Yishai is joined in-studio by Eugene Kontorovich, law professor at Northwestern University and senior fellow at the Kohelet Policy Forum, to discuss how the narrative of Israel's birth has an impact on its future.
Israeli-Japanese Jew Dr. Kenichi Hartman talks with VOI's Yishai Fleisher about the similarities -- and economic ties -- between Japan and Israel. Dr. Hartman, who converted to Judaism at the age of 12, has a doctorate in neuroscience from Harvard and is today a patent agent. He writes about Japan-Israel economic cooperation for the Times of Israel and is a mentor at Samurai House Israel, a Japanese investment fund. He shares the story of his remarkable life, as he crisscrossed continents, got in touch with his Jewish father’s heritage and ultimately ended up in Israel. He offers his unique perspective on the religious, cultural and philosophical similarities between the states of Japan and Israel.