Natalie opens by recounting Lag B'omer and the terrible disaster at Meron that killed 45 Jews
Silence shrouds the hillside where 45 men and boys lost their lives in Meron on Lag B'Omer. Is the correct response to blame and point fingers or might there be a deeper message?
The time is overdue for Israel to recognize the Armenian Holocaust one hundred years ago.
The disaster at Mount Meron on Lag Baomer was completely avoidable. Howie argues that the people responsible for the accident be held accountable for the 45 deaths.
in time of change and challenges, everlasting faith is needed. Orly explains how to get there.
After interviewing eye witnesses in previous shows who were at the Lag B'Omer holiday celebrations at Mount Meron, this time
Rav Yitzchak is joined by his friend Rabbi Amichai Cohen who was in attendance at the Lag B'Omer celebration on Mt. Meron when tragedy struck. Hear his first hand impressions as well as a discussion on the spiritual lessons we learn when dealing with situations above and beyond our control.
The Jew in Muslim Eyes is the "Shaitan."
In this somber show we discuss the tragic calamity that occurred during Lag B'Omer and whether there are lessons to be learned from the event.
As we finish the book of Leviticus, please join us to hear all about the latest missionary scandal and the Jewish angle on money and social justice
Tamar speaks with Leah Aharoni who led a tour up north near where the tragic event on Mt. Meron took place with the loss of 45 lives. She gives her take on lessons we need to learn. Afterwards, Tamar speaks with Jeremy Saltan from the Yamina political party under Naftali Bennett, and sees what possible scenarios might play out in the coalition talks.
What happened on Mount Meron where 45 people were killed, and 150 people were injured?
There are daily news reports of tragedies. Life can sometimes feel bleak and worry about all of the things that might go wrong can rob us of the joy that does exist in our daily lives. How can we tap into the positive and the good and live life with a sense of internal peace?
Natalie opens the program describing a moving ceremony in her region of new medics; next she speaks with an ex-lone soldier Ikee Bodner, who moved to Israel with his family when he was 11, and when they returned to the US, he decided to stay and build his life here. He served in the Air Force as a technician, and upon release just 6 months ago
Christian missionary activities in Israel have grown more sophisticated and subversive than ever before. Recent events highlight the smarmy phenomenon and raises serious questions about what "friendship really means - for BOTH sides.
There are several items of interest that should be the source of attention over the next few months. The most important is the relationship between Israel and the US Congress.
In this show Orly explains the crystallization of the problems we face as human in this world. Orly lets known that the Jews will not be pushed aside anymore. She also prays for a quick and speedy recovery to India and all people effected by the virus.
All you seem to hear from politicians and celebrities today is the new concept of being "Woke."
The ICC [International Criminal Court] seems to have it out for Israel. Why?
In the week leading up to the holiday of Lag Baomer, join us to explore the central themes of Jewish leadership, both in the past and in modern era
Rioting in Jerusalem.
Natalie begins the show by expressing her excitement about the upcoming holiday Lag B'omer, and describes the activities of the children leading up to the fires.
The recent blockage of the Suez Canal has a serious effect on Israel's agricultural exports
Reflections on a month overseas caring for, laughing with and gleaning wisdom from an aging parent.
In this exciting show Orly talks about America and how she is a beacon of freedom to the world
In this week's show we discuss a critique of Orthodox rabbis in America and whether or not the redemption can come about through the hands of secular elements in Israeli society.
The ICC, or the International Criminal Court, was created to bring 'justice' to the world's worst war criminals. The ICC seeks to investigate and prosecute those responsible for grave offenses such as genocide and war crimes.
The covert jihadi is back in power and Israel has to live with that.
Do you ever struggle with G-d?
Natalie speaks about Yom Ha'atzmaut, and interviews David Matlin of i24News, an oleh who came to Israel first on the One Year Program at Hebrew University in 2001 and later returned to serve in the IDF; and speaks with Zezy Fuld comparing Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations in the US vs. in Israel.