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The Tamar Yonah Show – The Mother Of All Intifadas [audio]

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

The Knife Intifada and the Fire Intifada. What’s next? Jordanian politician and the head of Jordan’s Opposition Coalition, Mudar Zahran tells Tamar that from his intelligence sources, a new ‘Mother of All Intifadas’ is being planned against Israel whose ramifications will reach worldwide. Find out why.

Also, Shifra Hoffman of VictimsOfArabTerror.org and Shuva.net talks about the planned destruction of Amona, a Jewish community located a few miles north of Jerusalem.

Finally, Tamar shares a very moving ‘Only In Israel’ story. Check it out at: www.facebook.com/alan.silver.372/…0154131259398225

Tamar Yonah Show 04Dec2012 – PODCAST

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Letters, Postcards, Show a Jewish-Identified, Pro-Zionist Author Stefan Zweig Who Prophesied Rise of Nazism

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

In 1921, Austrian Jewish novelist, playwright, journalist and biographer Stefan Zweig received a letter from a 16-year-old fan named Hans Rosenkranz, who was seeking advice on becoming a writer. Zweig, who was 40 at the time, wrote back, beginning a long correspondence that turned into a mentoring relationship. From 1921 until Adolf Hitler seized power in 1933, Zweig offered Rosenkranz professional, moral, and even financial support.

The 26 letters and six postcards – all previously unknown, have recently been given to the National Library of Israel. They shed new light on Zweig’s personality, his attitudes toward Judaism and Zionism, and his political prophecy, as he alludes to the rise of Nazism 12 years before the harrowing event.

The letters have been donated to the National Library of Israel by Hannah Jacobcon, Rosenkranz’s step daughter, who lives in the coastal city of Bat Yam, Israel. At the time, Zweig gave Rosenkranz, who had become a publisher, the right to print and market the German version of Anatole France’s “Joan of Arc,” translated by Friderike Zweig, the author’s his first wife.

In their correspondence, Zweig discussed Jewish topics, such as his note in his first response letter: “There is nothing I hate more than the self-worship of nations and their refusal to recognize a variety of forms of peoples and the types of human beings and to experience them as the beauty of being. In terms of history, it is simply clear to me that certainly Judaism is now thriving culturally and flourishing as it has not flourished for hundreds of years. Perhaps this is the flare up before extinguishing. Perhaps this is nothing other than a brief burst in the eruption of the world’s hatred. […] The Jew must be proud of his Judaism and glorify in it – yet it is not appropriate to brag about accomplishments you have achieved with your own hands, not to mention the accomplishments of a mass and homogenous body to which you belong. […] Anti-Semitism, hatred, internal strife are all ancient elements of our historical destiny – always problematic. […] We must therefore look for a way out; we must be brave to remain within our destiny. If Judaism is a tragedy, let us live it.”

In response to Rosenkranz’s inquiry about Zweig’s opinion regarding immigrating to the Land of Israel, Zweig, who had never visited then Mandatory Palestine, was not in favor of the idea, telling the younger man about the death of the son of a friend who had immigrated there, which left his father “a broken vessel.”

On the other hand, Zweig admired Theodore Herzl, writing his protégé: “In recent days I have read Herzl’s diaries: so great was the idea, so pure, so long as it was just a dream, clean of politics and sociology. […] We, who were close to him, were hesitant to hand all of our lives over to him. […] I told him that I cannot do anything which is not complete. […] Art and the world as a whole were too important for me to devote myself to the nation and nothing else. […] Go there only if you believe, not out of disgust from this German world nor due to bitterness seeking an outlet through escape.”

However, according to Amos Elon, Zweig called Herzl’s book Der Judenstaat an “obtuse text, [a] piece of nonsense.”

Rosenkranz was unable to fulfill his literary ambitions. In the early 1930s, he married Lily Hyman, a divorcee and mother of a very young daughter. The family immigrated to Palestine in December 1933 and several years later Rosenkranz joined the Jewish Brigade of the British Army as an officer in a unit that fought in Italy during World War II. During the war, he contracted lung disease from which he never fully recovered.

 

Casa Stefan Zweig, the last residence of Stefan Zweig and his wife in Petrópolis (Brazil), where the couple committed suicide in 1942.

Casa Stefan Zweig, the last residence of Stefan Zweig and his second wife in Petrópolis (Brazil), where the couple committed suicide in 1942.

According to the National Library of Israel, which invites the public to come and view the new collection, Hans Rosenkranz committed suicide in 1956, after having immigrated to Israel. Fourteen years earlier, in 1942, Zweig, on the day after completing his memoir, The World of Yesterday, also committed suicide, together with his wife Lotte Altmann. Rosenkranz’s step daughter Hannah Jacobsohn, a retired police officer, told National Library archivists that her stepfather had a very broad education and vast knowledge of literature and art. In addition to his long correspondence with Zweig, she has learned that Rosenkranz also corresponded with writers Thomas Mann, Klaus Mann, and Franz Goldstein, to name a few.

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The Tamar Yonah Show – Guess What’s Happening in Egypt! [audio]

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

How stable is Egypt, the largest populated Arab country today?

Plagued with assassination plots, ISIS, terror and poverty, will this country be able to keep the peace with Israel, and also maintain cordial relations with the West? Political analyst and Egyptian peace activist Ahmed Meligy gives us an inside look at Israel’s biggest neighbor. Follow Ahmed on his Facebook page here.

Plus: Should Israeli women be combatant soldiers? Tamar talks about this latest controversy.

Tamar Yonah Show 22Nov – PODCAST

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Tamar Yonah Show – Will Russian Forces Threaten Israel? [audio]

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

Russian troops, ships, planes and missiles are either already in the area of Israel, or on their way to the region. Will the Russian presence stifle Israeli security? Will Russian intelligence gathering of Israeli troops and missions endanger Israel’s security? Will Israel and Russia ultimately clash with eachother’s forces? These are important questions that must be asked. Shifra Hoffman of VictimsOfArabTerror.org and Shuva.net talks about politics in Israel, and Tamar’s second guest, Jeremy Man Saltan, Knesset Insider and leading political analyst talks to Tamar about the build-up of Russian forces in the region due to it’s involvement in the Syrian Civil war, and talks about what it means to Israeli security. Visit his website at: www.jeremysaltan.com

Tamar Yonah 30Oct2016 – PODCAST

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Thousands Show Solidarity With Israel in Annual Jerusalem March

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

Thousands of people packed the main streets of Jerusalem on Thursday for the annual Jerusalem March. The parade, organized by the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, led from Sacher Park to the Old City through the center of town. The march takes place each year during the Jewish festival of Sukkot, also known as the Feast of Tabernacles.

Southeast Asians blow the shofar as they march through the streets of Jerusalem in the annual parade on the Jewish Festival of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles.

Southeast Asians blow the shofar as they march through the streets of Jerusalem in the annual parade on the Jewish Festival of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles.

Israel Police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld had no estimate on how many people were at the parade — there really were that many — with dozens of countries represented in the march.

Christians from the Gipsy Nation in Hungary also participated in the 2016 Jerusalem March in solidarity with Israel.

Christians from the Gipsy Nation in Hungary also participated in the 2016 Jerusalem March in solidarity with Israel.

Every group proudly waved its nation’s flag, expressing solidarity with Israel in obvious defiance of the clearly odious resolution on Jerusalem passed earlier in the week by the Executive Board of the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The resolution, advanced by the Palestinian Authority, obliterates in its language the historic link between Judaism and Jerusalem’s holy sites.

Christians from Bolivia participated in the 2016 Jerusalem March.

Christians from Bolivia participated in the 2016 Jerusalem March.

Many of those who marched were visiting as members of Christian delegations to the Holy Land. Among them were groups from Thailand, the United States, Hungary, Bolivia, China and Brazil. A group from the United Kingdom sang, “We love you, Israel!”

Philippine Christians parade in the Jerusalem March dressed as priests bearing the Ark of the Covenant.

Philippine Christians parade in the Jerusalem March dressed as priests bearing the Ark of the Covenant.

Christians from the Philippines expressed their solidarity with the Jewish People dressed as priests from the Holy Temple of Jerusalem, marching with a model of the Ark of the Covenant. At least 3,500 police officers were deployed across the capital city to protect the marchers and others, according to Rosenfeld.

Christians from around the world participated in Jerusalem March 2016, which led from Sacher Park through the center of town to the Old City of Jerusalem. Israel Police did not give an estimate of how many thousands were present for the festivities.

Christians from around the world participated in Jerusalem March 2016, which led from Sacher Park through the center of town to the Old City of Jerusalem. Israel Police did not give an estimate of how many thousands were present for the festivities.

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Tamar Yonah Show – Secrets of the Sukkah and Its Connection to End-Times! [audio]

Sunday, October 16th, 2016

Why do we need to dwell in a hut, a ‘Sukkah’ for a whole week? What are these ‘secret meanings’ of the Sukkah, and what does it have to do with REDEMPTION and the END-TIMES? Author and lecturer, Rabbi Pinchas Winston from www.ThirtySix.org joins Tamar and shares the deep, inner meaning and importance of the Sukkot Holiday culminating just after some of the heaviest holidays in Judaism. Check out his amazing and life-changing books here: www.amazon.com/Pinchas-Winston/e/B001K8KNEY

Tamar Yonah Show 16OCT2016 – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

Tamar Yonah Show – An Arab’s View of Terror [audio]

Monday, October 10th, 2016

The terror attack in Jerusalem on Sunday dissected and analyzed. INTR news director, Hana Julian, gives a summary of the attack and its background. Also, Shifra Hoffman joins us and talks about the lives of victims after the headlines pass. Last, an Arab from Jordan calls into the show and gives an Arab view point of the terror attacks that happen against Jews. An eye opening show!

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