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Does anyone remember how unreliable, tragic and bad things were with U.N. troops on Israel's borders? Tamar reminds you about all of the criminal acts perpetrated by the so-called 'neutral' United Nations Peacekeepers.
Is having international troops on the border with Syria a good thing, or a serious hindrance? There are two sides to this issue, as she argues this case with her guest.
What are the parameters of free will and how will understanding this fundamental concept change the way of live my life? . .
In this week's episode, Jono welcomes his missing co-host back to the show after 36 days. Ross just returned from more than a month in Israel. Your hosts discuss Ross' participation in a week-long counter-terrorism course in which he was introduced to some of methodologies employed by the Israelis to ensure the safety and security of its citizens. . .
What is it about Jews and the Jewish state that riles up the rest of the world? What does it take to be a 'tzaddik', i.e., a righteous individual? Are some of us simply beyond redemption? Humor, introspection and mayhem dominate this week's show.
Rabbi ”J”, Jonathan Hausman of Ahavath Torah Congregation of Stoughton, Massachusetts in a compelling interview with Rod Bryant and Jerry Gordon. He is a classic independent liberal in orientation, now considered Conservative, fighting against what he deems “the religion of leftism”. . .
What is the best way to deal with terror from Gaza?
Orly speaks to Noa Hassid about Islam and the mutual hope for peace.
Israel's government recently passed the Nation law defining the Jewish identity of the state. Left wing organizations are claiming that this law is hurtful to Israel's loyal Druze and Bedouin communities. On this issue David with be speaking with Mr. Atria Farhat, Chairman of Druze Zionist Council. Later on in the show we will talk with Mr. Willy David Ekre, President of Norway-Israel Chamber of Commerce who recently took part in the Shomron Impact Tour. He and his wife Elena are planning to build a Green city in Israel.
There's a saying that sometimes we are our own worst enemy. Why is it that we often sabotage ourselves from becoming who we really want to be and attaining the quality relationships that we really want to have? What we should really be is our own best friend only making choices that help us become better. What stands in our way?
Is the Super Blood Moon, lunar eclipse, an omen for the end of the world? Maybe not 'the end', but a worrisome omen none the less! Also, why does Europe hate the Jews?
Orly speaks about the situation in the middle east, taking an example from the 2013 US resolve in Syria. Hoping for a better conclusion for Syria today.
Israel saves thousands of Syrians! IDF Search and Rescue, filed hospital medical teams have impacted an save the lives of 2.5 million globally. . .
Tamar and talks about the Trump - Putin meeting, and the AMAZING things they said about ...Israel!
Hear: How at this time of National Mourning in 2005 we demonstrated and held the largest ever prayer meeting at the Western Wall, to avert Prime Minister Sharon's evil decree to expel 8500 Jews from their homes and farms in Gush Katif and give to the Palestinian Arabs a large part of our land. They got it, and what followed is terrorism to this day.
The government leaders want to see a return to a normal routine for its residents in the south that are under attack. But should this be their goal when a terrorist regime is in power in Gaza? Tamar goes off on a rant about setting proper goals, ...and implementing them!
Exclusive Intel on Coup D'etat in hostile Muslim country.
Israel is again under rocket fire from Gaza in the south, and is experiencing earth quakes in the north. Why is this happening? Are these things an omen of hard times ahead? How can we make sure we will be safe?
Over 200 rockets and mortars in 24 hours from Gaza to Israel. Israel retaliates and Hamas and Islamic Jihad scream for a cease fire. Israel accepts the ceasefire. And therein lies the problem. What will be different this time?
How far should I expand myself to include care of others and the world around me. I know that there is a Torah value of loving kindness. How far outside of my immediate circle of myself and my family does this value extend? Should I go out of my way to help a neighbor in need?