The Eurovision Song Contest 'bombed' with degenerate performances.
Two hundred million people are expected to view the Eurovison Song Contest, this year held in Israel. Though hosting the contest is great for tourism and general Israeli public relations, it's not all 'la-di-da' with the BDS protests and missile threats from Gaza. Tamar Yonah Speaks with Barry Shaw (from www.strategic-israel.org ) about the positive elements of hosting the contest, as well as the ugly antisemitism that is sadly emanating from some European countries.
Warning: Graphic descriptions of prison life in Egypt.
Israel observes Memorial day and then celebrates Independence Day this week. What is it like to serve in the Israeli army? What is it like to have kids who serve, or have kids about to go in?
Israel is under rocket fire from Gaza, and it has paralyzed the south of Israel and threatens to to stop the Eurovision Song Contest which is watched by tens of millions of people around the world. Will the terrorists have their way? Or will Israel hit back hard and strong enough to at least bring quiet to its residents, and have a smooth broadcast of the Eurovision contest which will be hosting thousands of visiting European artists, their back-up staff ...and Madonna who will also be performing?
Tamar Yonah speaks with the mother of 7 children, who lives under constant rocket fire. However, after the so-called 'cease-fire' of early Monday morning, she is mad, and her words are on fire! Listen in to this riveting interview!
in 2014, Slovakian Chemistry Professor, Miroslav Ilias, approached the border fence between Israel and Gaza, cut the wires, stripped off his clothing, and marched into Gaza. He was then taken in for an interrogation, and held prisoner by the Hamas .......until....
Tamar ruffles feathers as she talks about 'uncomfortable facts' for people who want to 'remain comfortable'. This will get her hated by many. Oh, well, love hurts.
Antisemitism seems to be becoming almost 'mainstream' in the West. After a vile antisemitic cartoon was published in the NY Times International Edition (and then removed with barely an apology), and a shooting in a synagogue by a white white supremacist which killed one and injured at least three others, what can, and should Jews conclude, and what should be the right course of action? Tamar Yonah speaks with guests: -Jerusalem Post Oped Editor and Middle East Affairs Analyst, Seth J. Frantzman
When will the Messiah finally come? And how might that take place? Tamar Yonah speaks with Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz , who makes it his business to write articles on WHEN and HOW the Messiah might arrive on the scene. There are different interpretations and beliefs, and he shares some of them on this show.
A little glitch at the top of the program where we talk about what's happening in Europe, but then we go straight to: The Politics of Passover - it's connection to the state of Israel, the IDF, politics and Jewish Mysticism. Plus, a little bit of practical cleaning advice...
After the elections, we see some despicable behavior. Plus, questions and answers regarding Israel's spacecraft which will again be sent to the moon! Tamar Yonah speaks with her guest, Dr. Mordechai Ben Menachem.
Apparent 'discrepancies' and cheating went on at an Arab polling station. When it was reported by a hired Likud inspector, his life was threatened. Hear this dramatic story!
Over 6 million Israelis, or exactly 6,339,729 are eligible to go to the polls and vote. There will be Around 10,000 polling stations throughout the country, including Israeli-Arab towns and villages. Tamar Yonah gives a quick step by step description on how Israelis vote in elections, the procedures, stories from people who have voted, PLUS dirty tricks to look out for! Also, what is it like to work in a polling station, and can one person vote twice?
PM Netanyahu promised that immediately after the elections he would apply sovereignty over the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Including the communities located outside the so-called “settlement blocs”. Can he be trusted?
Are you still scratching your head on who to cast your ballot for? Well, Politicians are pushing the pedal to the metal! trying to get the votes of the undecided!
Should Israel go into Gaza, clean out the terrorists, and bring Jews back there to live? And what would happen 'the day after'? Tamar Yonah discusses the options and the consequences with Razi Atuar, a Lt.. Colonel. in the IDF reserves who served as part of a special task force during Operation Protective Edge, in Gaza, in 2014.
The terrorists in Gaza are holding Israelis hostage, calling the shots on when to open fire on us, where to make our children sleep at night, and ultimately bringing down the Israeli government. Why does the Israeli leadership allow this to happen and not take out and uproot this terrorist entity?
Anti-Zionism and AntiSemitism - What is the difference? Is there a difference? Adam Levick from CAMERA joins Tamar Yonah and explains the faulty and incorrect thinking that Anti-Zionism and AntiSemitism are different. He gives you the tools on how to correct others who think this way.
What is it like to be a mother of 7 children, who lives under red alert sirens and rocket fire, and only has 15 seconds to get all of her children to safety? Israel News Talk Radio's Tamar Yonah speaks with a Jewish mother, Devorah Goodman Horev, who lives in the south of Israel. She describes the 'life and death' decisions parents have to make, when under rocket and missile attack from Gaza.
What is the significance of the US recognizing Israel's right to the Golan, and that the announcement happened to be on Purim, no less? Also, was Trump really sent by G-d to save Israel from Iran? US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says it's "possible" that U.S. President Donald Trump was sent by God to save Israel from Iran.
A rocket is launched into central Israel with a direct hit on a house. At least 7 injured, and it's a vicious circle of Israel being attacked, and then Israel 'responding', but it's the terrorists who are calling the shots. Tamar explains how and why. Plus, it's election fever in Israel and the debates between political parties are taking place. Josh Wander, Political Activist and Central committee member for the Jewish Home Party joins Tamar Yonah and fills in the blanks.
The Jews are threatened with annihilation now as we were thousands of years ago during the Purim story. What lessons do we need to learn in order to turn the tables on our enemies once again? Tamar Yonah speaks with Rabbi Pinchas Winston from www.ThirtySix.org on what lessons we need to take home from Purim.
Ever wonder what it is like to join the ISIS? And what is it like to live in the Arab world? Tamar Yonah lets you see, what the Arabs see, and gives you a peak into a world not shown by the West. Listen to this fascinating show as Arabs themselves show how women are treated, the lack of rights, and the hard and evil conditions they live under. This is a NOT TO MISS SHOW.
She then sends condolences to the innocent that were killed in the Massacre in New Zealand. However, there have been mixed reactions; from an Arab who converted out of Islam to Christianity, saying not to be sad for them, that this is what they pray for: 'Martyrdom'.