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Fighting the spiritual angel of your nemesis brother and getting him to reveal your true name - ISRAEL - is no easy feat. But that is just what Jacob did as he came back to the land of Israel after 20 years of exile. Join Yishai and Rabbi Mike Feuer for a deep delve into Bible secrets and receive, at no extra charge, clarity on the current challenges facing the Jewish people.
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Yishai & Malkah discuss how to fight EU labeling, the miracle of Pollard's release, and a new town in the...
Hillel Penrod epitomizes personal growth. Yishai sits down with Hillel at a Jerusalem falafel restaurant to discuss his journey in search of God and the transitions he undertook - from when he realized he had to leave Christianity, to becoming a Noahide, then a Jew, and now to an Oleh - a new immigrant, to the State of Israel.
From inside the womb they're already fighting - but what is their fight about? Jacob and Esau are brothers but their worldview is miles apart. Yishai joins Rabbi Mike Feuer at Beit Midrash Sulam Yaakov in Jerusalem to discuss the eternal battle and how Jacob's ability to put on Esau's clothes but maintain his authentic voice is the way to change the world.
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) In the hight of a wave of terror, a conference is taking place about the future of Israel. Yishai is...
The Jewish forefather Abraham has to leave his home in Charan and move to the Holy Land, he has to change his body, and even his name gets changed - all in order to get closer to God. But why does God need change - are His creations imperfect? And why do the Jewish people always struggle with evil and persecution? Rabbi Mike Feuer and Yishai sit down in Beit Midrash Sulam Yaakov in the heart of Jerusalem to discuss the amazing Torah portion of Lech Lecha.
Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai to discuss the great Torah portion of Noach (Noah). Why does the word Hamas appear in the Torah before God decided to destroy the world? Why was Noah chosen to be the Messiah who saved the remnant of that world? And finally, why did the world decide to use all of its power & unity to fight God? Powerful lessons which also help us understand why there is terror in the streets of Jerusalem.
Why did God create the world, and what does the word "Bereshit" tell us about creation? And does the Torah teach us about the nature of violence in general and blood in the streets of Jerusalem in particular? As we leave the holiday season behind, we enter a new phase in the Torah and a new phase in our lives - let's get it started right! Join Yishai and Rabbi Mike Feuer for a very special Spiritual Cafe filled with new beginnings.
Get ready for the Day of Atonement with Rabbi Mike Feuer and Yishai. Why does Rosh HaShana precede Yom Kippur? Why is the scapegoat used as a scapegoat? Why do we dunk in the ritual bath before the great day? And is Yom Kippur a joyful or mournful day? Join Yishai and Rav Mike and get your Spiritual Caffein from Jerusalem - and Shana Tova!
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.
The Yishai Fleisher Show is back! This week, the beloved Spiritual Cafe series with Rabbi Mike Feuer on the Torah portion of "Ki Tetze" - going out to war. Yishai and Rav Mike deal with the complex dichotomy of the commandment to retain the consciousness of both hate for Amalek and compassion for the other & Biblical divorce between man and women but not between man and God. A must-hear for your Shabbat preparation!
Yishai discusses the tide of performers coming to Israel, and the tide of anti-Iran deal Democratic senators rising up. It takes guts to overcome the anti-Israel bias and to fly in to perform in Israel. But that is exactly what some performers are doing, like pop superstar Mariah Carey, who performed in front of 12,000 fans at Rishon LeZions’s Live Park Amphitheater. Elie Pieprz, Founder of the International Division of the Counsel of Judea & Samaria and VOI’s Knesset Insider Jeremy Saltan join Yishai to discuss the tide of performers coming to Israel, and the tide of anti-Iran deal Democratic senators rising up.
Yishai is joined by David Isaac Simpkins, a convert and former US soldier. Meet David Issac Simpkins, who spent ten years in the US military, including fighting in Afghanistan, and four years becoming an officer in West Point where he became interested in Judaism and subsequently converted. Hear Simpkins along with Rabbi Kenny Cohen, the founding rabbi of the Young Israel Century City, Los Angeles ( who helped Simpkins convert) tell Yishai about David’s remarkable journey.
Jerusalem Post op-ed editor Seth Frantzman talks with fellow new father Yishai. They discuss the fact that Seth’s wife is Ethiopian, and talk about that community’s special customs surrounding childbirth — and how they reflect the state of Israeli society. Also, Seth reports on the Jerusalem Wine Festival — at least whatever he remembers of it from his alcohol haze.
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 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.
Mideast expert Mordechai Kedar joins Yishai to talk about some odd political developments and alliances in the region. Dr. Kedar, research associate at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and lecturer in the department of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University, offers his insights about Russia’s talks with Syria, Israel’s and Hezbollah’s shared interest in stopping ISIS and the nuclear deal’s unexpectedly negative ramifications for Iran.
JPost op-ed editor Seth Frantzman talks to Yishai about Israel's self-flagellating reaction to recent acts of Jewish violence. On the heels of acts of terror committed by Jews, the two discuss what the appropriate national response is to the crimes of individuals, and the responsibility of the authorities. Then, they debate the history and legitimacy of administrative detentions in Israel.