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Christiane Amanpour on Mount of Olives Plus Nachum Segal on Kosher Hot Dogs and Israel


Christiane Amanpour and Yishai Fleisher

Christiane Amanpour (CNN and ABC) vists Yishai Fleisher  on the Mount of Olives.  Listen in as Yishai and Christiane discuss Jewish life in eastern Jerusalem, why many Jews feel it is important to return to Israel, and more.  Then Yishai talks with Nachum Segal on JM in the AM (New Jersey)  kosher hot dogs in major league ballparks versus struggling to support Israel.

About the Author: Yocheved Seidman is co-producer of "The Yishai Fleisher Show" on Galey Yisrael and Chief Operating Officer of Kumah, an NGO dedicated to strengthening Jewish identity, Torah education, pride in the Jewish State, and knowledge of the history and heritage of Israel and the Jewish people.


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10 Responses to “Christiane Amanpour on Mount of Olives Plus Nachum Segal on Kosher Hot Dogs and Israel”

  1. Suzanne Pomeranz says:

    Yishai – that was GREAT, BUT, it would be interesting to see how she edits it… probably AGAINST all the positive things you said. I don't trust her or most of those like her… she wants us gone from our homeland (maybe gone from the earth).

  2. Margaret Collins says:

    Great interview Yishai! Sure hope Amanpour's editing does not make it something it wasn't! Peace and love to Israel!

  3. That was awesome Yishai! The Emes with a great big smile. It gives me chizuk and inspiration. I'm jealous of your view from your window by-the-way… <3

  4. Michael Cohen says:

    A fortune cookie: Your warmth and articulateness will go far and wide. Somehow I feel that Amanpour, if she had a freer rein, would agree totally with you. Am Yisroel Chai. Michael / http://www.YouTube.com/ClipsNBlips – Jerusalem.

  5. Larry Teren says:

    I enjoyed your interview with amanpour. cnn will never broadcast it or at least doctor it up to change the connotation of how you said it. hatzlacha.

  6. Thanks for the kind words everyone. I understand that there is an editing process but it is important to keep telling our story clearly and with a focus on the incredible miracle of the Jewish people coming home that is happening in front of our eyes. Don't forget to share this piece if you wish.

  7. Ronald Cook says:

    YISHAI,WITH ALL DUE RESPECT–IS SHE NOT ONE OF THE ANTI-iSRAEL ENEMY ?

  8. Excellent. You have guts that I wish to have when I grow up.

  9. Ivan Cohen says:

    Ronald Cook is correct other than prefacing his remark with "with all due respect". None is due here.

  10. Shmuel Herschberg says:

    You rocked the interview with Christane—as always, very eloquent.

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