In this show we speak with Rabbi Chaim Cohen about the history of the rift between the pro and anti Zionist movements in the Torah World.
In this show we discuss the upcoming fast day of the 10th of Tevet and it's meaning for the Jew in exile.
We discuss current events and how this is bound to impact the safety of Jews in America
In this show on Tzom Gedalya, we discuss with Eli Bialik from Nefesh B’ Nefesh details about the Aliyah process today.
In this show following the Yahrtzeit of Rav Kook we discuss stories of the founding father of modern religious Zionism and the love he had for the Land and his fellow Jew
The story and book of Tzvi Glatt HY'D, who was murdered along with 5 other boys on the streets of Hebron in 1980
Good or bad? R. Moshe Lichtman discusses why we should be optimistic that the Messiah is on his way.
Don't miss our amazing Sukkot lineup of guests discussing all different aspects of Aliyah, including Yossi Baumol talking about the redemptive process, Avi Abelow talking about news and current events, and Sharni Brodesky talking about making Aliyah with kids!
In this show we speak with social media superstar Hila Oz about her love for Judaism and Israel, and her passion for fighting for the truth.
We speak to our special guest Joel Busner from buyapieceofisrael.com about how one can take advantage of an incredible opportunity to own a plot of land in Eretz Yisrael
We speak about the evils of speaking Lashon Hara against Eretz Yisrael and the benefits of support
In this show we speak to Judean and Samaritan rabbis about this week's Torah portion Lech Lecha.
In this show we discuss the real story behind Hanukka and whether secular Jews today are similar to the Hellenists of old.
In this episode we were honored to speak with Rav Nachman Kahana about the connection between the Holocaust and North America today, and whether or not a Jew who do not have a natural built in love for the Land or Israel can develop it.
In this show we discuss current events in the US, the importance of being prepared, and the upcoming holiday of Tu B'Shvat
In this show we discuss what is holding the Jews back from Aliyah and is it even possible to convince them to relocate.
In this show we discuss the differences between those Jews who are nostalgic for the European shtetl and those who see the real future in the Holy Land
We speak with Rabbi Ari Kahn about the roots of modern day Zionism and the approach of some of the great American rabbinic figures to it.
We have a friendly discussion about this most confusing theological question.
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.
In this show we discuss the ability to not only pray about the rebuilding of Jerusalem, to to actually rebuild it!
In this show we speak with Rabbi Pesach Lerner of the WZO and speak about the upcoming US elections.
We speak with our special guest Rabbi Ken Spiro about Aliyah today and the necessity for Jews to return home post haste.
In this pre-Tisha B'Av episode we hosted Rabbi Steven Pruzansky, who just made Aliyah from Teaneck, NJ and we discussed some ideas of Aliyah and how it fits into the concepts of Exile and Redemption
Join us as we discuss what it means to be a Jew in exile today and how we are all obligated to see ourselves leaving the exile behind and creating the reality of redemption.
In this show we discuss the suggestion that some say about postponing or canceling their Aliyah plans due to the new change in government.
In this episode we discuss the idea of mourning for the destruction of the temple today.
In this episode we discuss with our special guest, Rabbi Danny Myers, the concept of whether Jews are meant to act towards bringing their redemption or should they just sit and wait for God to bring it about?
In this show we continue to discuss the book of Tzvi Glatt HY"D and the famous response of Rav Moshe Feinstein regarding this most important topic.
In this episode we speak about current events and the safest place for Jews to be today.