On this tough show, come with Yishai into the mourning house of the Ariel family in Kiryat Arba and hear from the grandma and aunt of Hallel Yaffa Ariel – the 13-year-old girl who was murdered in her bed by a sadistic Jihadist. Then, join Yishai as he talks with three capable young women who dedicating their life to helping others make Aliyah, that is, move to the land of Israel and make it!

Shai Ish-Shalom, an Israeli commando from the fabled Sayeret Matkal unit, participated in the daring Entebbe rescue operation 40 years ago this week. He joins Yishai at the Caliber 3 anti-terror tactical school in Gush Etzion.

Shai is one of the people who have made the Israeli security and military establishment world famous – don’t miss this interview.

But first, Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai on Spiritual Cafe to discuss the mutiny within the ranks of the Levites.

What did Korach “take”? And how can a mere flower signal a time of peace and God’s eternal connection to the children of Israel?

First, on Spiritual Cafe, Rabbi Mike Feuer and Yishai discuss the Death that was let into the world with the rejection of the Land of Israel, and the heroic alliance between Caleb and Joshua that saved the Jewish people. Then, Yishai brings you to the funeral of Dr. Irving Moskowitz, a great Jews who was the patron of Jewish re-settlement in the whole Land of Israel. Finally, Alan Weinkrantz was a tech PR guru who was tragically killed last week in a Tel Aviv car accident. Hear Yishai’s interview with Alan from only a year ago.

First, Rabbi Mike Feuer is reunited with Yishai on ‘Spiritual Cafe’ where they comment on last week’s show in asking whether homosexuality should be a topic of Jewish discussion? Then, the dichotomy of those who want to eat the “quail” (to complain against God) and those who a Second Passover, that is, be closer to Him. Finally, Yishai’s controversial talk in Scottsdale Arizona – “Is Two State Dead?”

First, after a horrific terror attack which claimed four Israeli lives in Tel Aviv, Yishai speaks with Noam Arnon, Spokesman of Hebron about the Jewish origins of the Arab terrorists. Then Yishai wrestles with the controversial issue of homosexuality in the Jewish community with veteran gay rights activist Mordechai Levovitz of Jewish Queer Youth. Finally, Torah from On High as Yishai speaks with Rabbi Jesse Horn about Shavuot and choosing God while flying on the El Al 747-400 on the way home to Israel.

Yishai is on the road, this time Los Angeles! First, is it too late for the American campus? Yishai speaks with Ron Krudo, Director of Campus Affairs at “Stand With Us” – the premier pro-Israel advocacy organization, about winning back the Israel narrative. Then, Yishai visits the LA Museum of the Holocaust with Randol Schoenberg, the U.S. attorney and genealogist who helped recover Jewish artworks stolen by the Nazis, as depicted in the 2015 film, Woman in Gold.

Fire in the hole! First, Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai for Spiritual Cafe to discuss the fire of God’s anger as expressed in the Biblical curses, and the fire of God’s love, as expressed in the bonfires of the Lag BaOmer holiday which celebrate the revelation of the mystical Torah. Then, Knesset Insider Jeremy Saltan on the political firestorm which led to the firing of Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon, a shuffle in the coalition of Binyamin Netanyahu, and the surprise appointment of Avigdor Lieberman.

Author and undercover reporter Tuvia Tenenbom joins Yishai to tell the tale of his very serious, but very funny infiltration into the heart of the anti-Israel propaganda machine. Guess what? It’s not only the Jihad, its also mainstream Europe that is complicit with the Israel delegitimization campaign. Then, Rabbi Mike joins Yishai on Spiritual Cafe to discuss Biblical economics and the brotherhood of the Jewish people that can only come about in the Land of Israel.

Do the Israeli holidays, created by the secular state, have as much meaning and importance as the Torah holiday’s? Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai on Spiritual Cafe to give meaning to Memorial Day and usher in, God’s Gift, Israeli Independence Day. Then, the Lone Soldiers Center hosts a very special English-speaking memorial for fallen IDF soldiers and Yishai was there.

First, Spiritual Cafe is back!! Yishai is reunited with Rabbi Mike Feuer to talk about the most central of all the Bible’s commandments: “Love thy fellow person as you would yourself.” Then, the Tombs of the Biblical heroes Joshua and Caleb (and Joshua’s father Nun) are found in the middle of an Arab village. Join Yishai and thousands of Jews as the Israeli army provides security under cover of darkness for pilgrims to visit the graves of their fathers.

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