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Hareidim claimed victory by blocking the appointment of three "liberal religious Zionists" to the country's 12 regional rabbinical courts. There now are 22 judges, 7...
Israel will do its "utmost so that Jews will be able to go everywhere safely, especially to the Tomb of the Patriarchs," Prime Minister...
Obama knows how to capitalize on the bulk of American Jews, who want Israel to be a nice Jewish boy that doesn’t make them feel...
Stern hates Judaism but loves Israel and loves Trump.
The Islamic Waqf reportedly threatens a "disturbance" at the Temple Mount over Jewish clothing.
Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai to talk about the weekly Torah portion. They talk about the significance of the Jewish people having at least three names. They also wonder why so many Jews forget the astounding investment our people have made to keep our nation Jewish.
The Torah scroll held by IDF Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren returned to the Western Wall this week with 75 others for the Jewish souls lost in last year's war.
The follower of the Meir Kahane ideology tells Yishai and Jeremy Saltan about taking on opponents with political theater. After Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon took measures to empty the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs in Hebron of Jews learning Torah prior to his visit, his car was jumped on by Marzel. He explains why he acted as he did, and why he has no plans to change his tactics.
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.”
The High Court refused to discuss Glick's appeal and accepted the lower court ruling.
Homosexual leaders who organized last night's rally in Tel Aviv demanded that speakers sign a pledge supporting their cause.
Rabbi Mike Feuer, educational director of Beit Midrash Sulam Yaakov, joins Yishai to discuss 'Va'etchanan,' this week's Torah portion. Yishai reflects on an extremely difficult experience he had yesterday — enduring verbal abuse and humiliation, as he attempted to visit the Temple Mount. Then, in the light of the treatment of Jews at Judaism’s holiest site, the demolitions at Beit El and the Gay Pride March, Yishai discusses with Rabbi Feuer the repetition in “Va’etchanan” of the 10 Commandments and the iconic phrases that crop up throughout the portion, including the line that embodies the core principals of Judaism — the “Shema.” The two also consider the greatest struggles facing modern-day Israel and 21st-century Jewry.
Rabbis will appeal to Congressmen, especially the Jews, immediately before the Rosh HaShanah New Year.
Israeli, Lithuanian and American researchers have tracked down the remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna.
An Israeli Arab MK tells a radio interviewer the two Jewish Holy Temples in Jerusalem did not exist.
A book that appeared to be a copy of Psalm camouflaged efforts to convert Jews to Christianity.
Conservative minister of the Canadian Parliament Peter Kent tells Yishai why his country will not agree to lift Iranian sanctions. Kent, chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on National Defense, explains that, unlike the United States, Canada demands to see true reform within the Islamic Republic before making concessions. This unwavering position places Canada as a leader against turning a blind eye to terrorism.