(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Yishai broadcasts on a beautiful evening from Jerusalem’s Mamilla Mall and is joined by Knesset insider Jeremy Man Saltan. Together,...
YIshai is joined by soldier, artist, father, and activist Marc Prowisor. Prowisor, who is also the director of security projects the One Israel Fund, talks with Yishai about a party held by Arabs, to celebrate deceased leader Yasser Arafat held near the Mount of Olives studio. They also discuss what is going on among Arabs inside of Israel.
Did the courageous speech of PM Netanyahu, who stood up on a world stage and proclaimed that an Iran deal is dangerous, provide Republican senators with the strength to draft and address a letter to the Iranian regime, undercutting President Obama's plans? Why did Jordan's King Abdullah blame Israel, once again, for regional instability?And who is really dividing Jerusalem? Also, what was American comedian and radio host Joe Piscopo doing at the Voice of Israel? Yishai gives the answers. Then, Kenneth L. Marcus, president and general counsel of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, and author of the award-winning "Jewish Identity and Civil Rights in America" -- and Paul Miller, executive director of the Salomon Center, who wrote an article about anti-Semitism on college campuses -- join Yishai to discuss the dark truth about Jew-hatred at American universities.
Yishai is joined by Israeli Basketball star Tamir Goodman to discuss how goodman has managed to be both a professional athlete and an observant Jew. They also discuss his most recent business venture, Sport Strings Tzitzit
Yishai is joined by technology innovator Kevin Burmeister to discuss his interest in Jerusalem and how an organization he helped start, Jerusalem 5800 is committed to creating a unified vision for the future of the city.
David Schottenstein is a member of the famous Ohio Schottenstein Talmud family but he has earned his own fame as a brilliant dynamic businessman...
Malkah joins Yishai to talk about the terror and the lack of rage. Is it OK to feel fear? Also, how the terror in the streets is not a Pogrom or Intifada, rather a natural outgrowth of policy of Israeli restraint. Then, Binyamin Nakonechny explains the power struggle in the Likud and the fight for leadership between MKs Danon, Feiglin, and Netanyahu. Finally, Jeremy Saltan on government response to terror, and the new budget.
Yishai is joined by Shai Ish-Shalom, former member of Sayeret Matkal, the most elite unit in the Israel Defense Forces. They discuss Ish-Shalom's personal experience in Entebbe, Uganda and also talk about Jewish defense in both Israel and the Diaspora.
Nationally syndicated US radio show host Ethan Bearman describes for Yishai the average American's perspective on the Iran deal. According to Bearman, author of “Liars & Whores: How Big Government and Big Businesses Are Working to Save Their Assets, Not Yours,” many Americans take umbrage with their administration’s marked step away from Israel.
Hasidic blues musician Lazer Lloyd shares his spiritual journey and meditative music with Yishai. Lloyd tells of playing for the most varied of audiences and feeling the connection we all share, before explaining what he sees as the united trifecta of blues music, hasidism and Israel. He plays three original songs in-studio: “Back Porch,” “Rocking in the Holy Land” and “My Own Blues.”
In this archive segment, Yishai presents exclusive interview with Defense Minister Moshe 'Bogie' Ya'alon where they talk about rocket threat to Israel, Livni's deception, strengthening Jewish ties to Israel, and Aliyah.
Yishai is joined by Michael Palmer to discuss the murder of his son and grandson by Arab rock throwers.
The P5 +1 are convinced that Iran is a legitimate negotiating partner. But Dan Diker, host of VOI's National Security, has the opposite idea. Dan joins Yishai in-studio to discuss the folly of the nuclear talks. Then, Ali Jabber is a pseudonym for an Arab who sees Israel as the harbinger of peace, democracy and human rights. He joins Yishai to discuss why so many other Arabs are still mired in the jihadist mindset. Finally, Yishai talks about Israeli diplomat Yehuda Avner, who died recently. Avner worked as an adviser to prime ministers Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres, and wrote speeches for prime ministers Golda Meir and Levi Eshkol.
Yishai and Malkah are back! As they overlook the Temple Mount Yishai and Malkah discuss Israeli kids going back to school, German support for Iran deal, and the Godly blessings which get channeled into this world on Rosh HaShanna - the Jewish new year.
Yishai presents a special Sukkot show directly from Jerusalem!
Rabbi Mike joins Rabbi Yishai to discuss the torah portion of Phineas. Then, from the West Bank to the Wild West, Malkah Fleisher defends an American pioneer author from 150 years ago.
Yishai interviews Malkah's grandfather, Michael Bernath about his experiences in Europe during World War II including surviving the Holocaust.
Yishai and MK Dr. Aryeh Eldad discuss Eldad's Hatikva Party and Jordan's role in a solution in the Middle East.
On his birthday, Yishai hosts Rabbi Mike Feuer at the Western Wall where they discuss false narratives, including those of UNESCO, and Korach's anti-Moses rebellion. Then, Yishai speaks to young Jewish leaders at the Foreign Ministry.
Yishai and Malkah talk about a flight of new Olim from North America along with recent happenings in the life of the Fleishers and end by talking about the importance of Elul in the Jewish calendar.
First, Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to discuss the steps leading up to the exodus. Then, Yishai takes part in a demonstration against destroying the Jewish community of Amona.
Yishai is joined in-studio by Jerusalem Post op-ed editor Seth Frantzman and editorial page editor Matthew Wagner to discuss the violent protests held by Ethiopian Israelis over the past few days. They talk about the roots of the rage, and the extent of discrimination against Jews in the Jewish state. Then, Yishai is joined in-studio by Joel Pollak, editor-at-large and in-house counsel for Breitbart.com, to discuss the similarities and differences between the US and Israel. Pollak says that whereas America is based on a philosophy, Israeli society is more ethnic and connected to the land.
Can we make Hanukkah great again? Or will Christmas, and other fake narratives win the day? Will the great lie of "make Palestine great again" replace the light of Israel? Plus: the Torah portion of the Lion of Zion!
Yishai is joined by Baruch Widen to discuss the upcoming arrival of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the United Nations and how it affects the relationship between Israel and the United States.
Yishai and Baruch Widen discuss "Arab Idol" and it's affect of Arab society and nationalism.