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Posts Tagged ‘Menachem Begin’

The Tamar Yonah Show – Another Angry Letter… [audio]

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Israel News Talk Radio received an angry letter from a listener saying that they did not want to hear about Jews moving to Israel after reading an article about a family found living in a succa hut. But, does the article give the whole story? Shifra Hoffman of VictimsOfArabTerror.org and Shuva.net dishes it out as she rebuttals the letter and points out the faulty outlook regarding making Aliyah (moving to Israel).

Also, Uri Kelman, a new immigrant from Los Angeles to Ashkelon, talks about his new community, the beautiful parks, and his job search in his new home. Check out his Facebook page here.

Also, Tamar reads a DARING speech from the book, “The Prime Ministers,” by former PM Menachem Begin as he lambastes the United Nations for condemning Israel for calling Jerusalem its eternal capital.

Tamar Yonah Show 07Aug – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

Knesset Considers Bill to Require Zionism Course in Universities

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Israel is considering a bill to require Israeli universities to include a prerequisite course on Zionist concepts in their curricula.

The bill was submitted to the Knesset by Yisrael Beytenu Knesset Member Oded Forer.

The measure is intended to counter the anti-Israel trend that has been seen among many of the academics.

It is also hoped the course will help students become citizens who are more aware of their heritage.

The course is expected to include texts from founding fathers such as David Ben Gurion, Menachem Begin, Yitzchak Rabin, and others.

Hana Levi Julian

The Tamar Yonah Show – Does Jerusalem Really Belong to Israel? [audio]

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

The truth hurts, but it must be stated. Hear the lowdown on Jerusalem’s status, and what we should honestly say when the world asks us about it.

Shifra Hoffman from www.VictimsofArabTerror.com and www.Shuva.net joins Tamar and talks about security for Israel and how dogs can help. Also, Uri Kelman and his family are soon to move to Israel on Aliyah, but he still has to sell his cars and wrap up last minute details before his flight. How will he manage it?

Lastly, Tamar quotes from an amazing book, “The Prime Ministers,” on the brilliant answer former Prime Minister Menachem Begin gave to the British press when asked a sensitive question. Read about it yourself HERE.

Tamar Yonah Show 10Jul – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

The Tamar Yonah Show – Is the EU Breaking Up? [audio]

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

The whole world seems to be shifting and re-arranging itself, with the movement of immigrants into Europe, Britain threatening to bolt from the EU, and with the international community wanting to cut out even more of Israel’s land. What do we make of all of this?

Join guests Paul Miller, director of www.SalomonCenter.org, and Amotz Asa-El from www.MiddleIsrael.net and a Jerusalem Post senior editor as they come on the program and describe what is happening in this turmoil-filled world around us.

Also, Tamar reads some history on how Israel came in to save the day for the Christians in south Lebanon, when no one else would, and how we need to (sadly) remember who our enemies are if we wish to protect and defend our countries, populations and way of life. Read more about it in the book called BEGIN: His Life, Words and Deeds.

Tamar Yonah Show 20Jun – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

The Tamar Yonah Show – The Aftermath of Terror & Speeches We Should Give Today [audio]

Monday, June 20th, 2016

We hear about terror attacks, the dead, the injured, and then it dies out and the news moves on. But what REALLY goes on with the survivors after everyone else has forgotten? Shifra Hoffman, founder of www.VictimsOfArabTerror.com and director of www.Shuva.net, comes on the show and talks about the aftermath of terror.

Also, Israel is often unjustly condemned and ‘punished’ by the world. Listen to a speech made by former Prime Minister of Israel, Menachem Begin, that strongly and courageously puts Israel’s needs and security on the table with no apologies and no bent knee. You can read about it in the book called BEGIN: His Life, Words and Deeds.

Tamar Yonah Show 19Jun- PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

Rejuvenation: The Beginnings of Begin [audio]

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Yisrael Medad and 35 colleagues from Jerusalem’s Menachem Begin Heritage Center just spent a week literally walking thru the former Prime Minister’s early life in Poland to understand the man on an entirely new level. What’s shaped Begin’s ideology? How did he relate to David Ben Gurion, the dominant personality of the early years of pre-state and statehood? Was he a terrorist? Did he prevent a Jewish civil war? Eve Harow discusses with Yisrael the generation of (physically) small giants whose contributions from all sides of the political spectrum still resonate today.

The Land of Israel

Yitzchak Navon, Fifth President of Israel, Dies at Age 94

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Yitzchak Navon, the President of Israel from 1978 to 1983, died on Saturday at the age of 94. His wife died in 1993, and he is survived by two children.

A former member of the underground Irgun headed by Menachem Begin and then of the HaGanah, Navon learned Arab literature and Islamic culture at Hebrew University and served as a diplomat before entering politics and holding the post of Education Minister.

He was born to a Jerusalem Sephardi family whose descendants include Spanish Jews who made Aliyah to Jerusalem after the Spanish Expulsion in 1492.

Navon was elected to the Knesset in 1965 as a member of Ben-Gurion’s Rafi party, which merged into the Labor faction.

The extremely popular president was unanimously elected to the office, with no opposition, and he was the first president to live in the current presidential residence in Jerusalem. He turned down the opportunity to run for a second term of office and then became the only president to return to politics.

Navon was more popular than Labor party chairman Shimon Peres, a leading member of Labor but rejected appeals to replace him.

He left politics in 1992  but returned to public life in 1996 to chair a committee that investigated the practice of discarding blood donated by Israelis of Ethiopian origin due to concerns about AIDS transmission

Navon also was an author and wrote two musicals based on Sephardic folklore

Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.

Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

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