In this week's show, your hosts discuss a bit about Christmas and how Ross' nice flowing white beard caught the eye of children. SodaStream considers a factory in Gaza, a mystic love guru swindles money out of people, BDS takes some hits, a 2,000 year old ring is found in Jerusalem, and an Israeli time capsule is on its way to the moon. This and more in Santa, SodaStream, and the Swindling Love Guru.
In this week's show, your hosts discuss the Ancient Pilgrimage Festival of Sukkot and some of the weather-related incidents thus far during this season. In keeping with the subject of traveling to the land, they also discuss record-breaking tourism numbers for the month of September as well as celebrities who are slated to perform in the Jewish State. But not everyone going to Israel will be enjoying their stay. On this show, you will hear about the Tinder Swindler who will likely be spending some time in Israel, but doing so behind bars this time. These stories and so much more on this week's show, Sukkot, Celebrities, and the Tinder Swindler.
In this episode, Jono and Ross discuss Ross' present stay in the wilderness of Israel. As many of our listeners know, Ross is volunteering at Biblical Tamar Park, located at the site of ancient Tamar (Ezekiel 47:19; 48:28), only a few miles / kilometers from the famous Ascent of Scorpions (Numbers 34:1-4; Joshua 15:1-3; Judges 1:33-36). They discuss Ross' encounter with some of the region's most feared inhabitants - camel spiders, scorpions, and serpents! You don't want to miss this week's show - Spiders, Scorpions, and Serpents - Oh My!
In this episode, your hosts share the Top 20 destinations for 2020 (spoiler alert - Tel Aviv is on the list). They also discuss a recent mishap involving an El Al flight in Las Vegas. It seems that Haifa is dealing with wild hogs, the IAA has a better understanding of old fish sauce, Brazil has joined an exclusive club and Boris Johnson defeats Corbyn. Don't miss Haifa Hogs and Fish Sauce this week on Israel on My Mind!
Your hosts cover the news from New Zealand to New Orleans, to New England. They also cover some BDS fails, multiple wives, a possibility of Wal-Mart in Israel, and a SuperBowl commercial that sounds like a joke - A Rabbi, a priest, an Imam and a Buddhist go to the big game....Don't miss New Baby Names.
In this week’s show, Jono welcomes guest co-host Penina Taylor for a dynamic that is oddly amusing as they discuss pole climbing, bats that trade food for sex, and amphibian smugglers that hide snakes in their pants. Add to that the butter shortage in Israel and eating plastic for a conversation you won’t want to miss, this week on Israel on My Mind!
In this week's show, Jono and Ross discuss a recent hate crime committed by a vile, pork chop flinging woman. This leads Jono to share his own personal experience with a nutty neighbor. They also discuss air travel and means of protection from the feared Coronavirus. These stories and MUCH more in Criminals, Crazy Neighbors, and the Coronavirus.
In this week's show, Jono shares the top baby names in Israel, and reveals that many Israelis are naming their daughters after INTR's Tamar Yonah! Ross and Jono discuss the benefits of exercise and a story about a flasher who exposed himself to the wrong jogger. Your hosts also talk about the boycotted burger joint in Dearborn, Michigan, making bones in a laboratory, and much more. Don't miss, "Boycotted Burgers, Bones, and a Beat Down," this week on Israel on My Mind.
Ross and Jono cover the news from Bar Kochba to Bamba. This show has it all. Your hosts discuss the recent discovery near Lachish of a Bar Kochba era coin. Israel ranks number one in the world for social media use, and American freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is in the news for her antisemitic tweets.
In this week's show, Jono and Ross discuss a couple of extraordinary medical advances made by Israelis while Jono is fighting off a case of the man flu. It seems that Tel Aviv has a new and exciting community for those who love Mermaids or who want to be a mermaid or a merman. Israel is accused of desiring to occupy the moon and Gal Gadot will take part in the upcoming Eurovision. Don't miss Medical Advances, Mermaids, and Man-Flu!
Jono and Jason discuss a proposed cable car line suggested for the old city and the issues it has caused because of its proximity with a Karaite graveyard. Along the way the conversation takes in flight, ceilings, plastic bags and more.
In this week's show, Ross and Jono discuss the biblical injunction to wear fringes on the corners of one's garments and how that relates to a recent story in Israel. They also cover the Israeli startup that has found a way to create and market a visual fragrance. What would the Israeli music scene do without Roger Waters spewing hatred towards the Jewish State? Your hosts discuss his latest bullying of a performer, leading to tour cancellation by a Pink Floyd cover band. They also discuss Australia's bold decision to declare Jerusalem as the Capitol of Israel, 3D Printed steaks and a new non-binary, gender-neutral clothing line out of Tel Aviv. This and more in Fringes, Fragrances, & Floyd.
In this week's show, Ross and Jono share some of their views on the recent Eurovision contest. They also report on a new tactic of El Al Airlines for fighting techno-metal steampunk BDS activists. There is a new "old beer" made from six strains of ancient yeast. A major expansion has been approved for Ben Gurion, Harry Potter's grave has become a tourist attraction in Israel, and worms can suffer from PTSD. These stories and more on Philistine Beer and Steam Punk music!