Rabbis Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel explore the upcoming trip of President Trump on the eve of Jerusalem’s 50th anniversary. Why is he pushing “peace” with the Palestinians as he’s bombing Afghanistan?
Rabbis Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel share an insiders experience of the most intense time of the Hebrew Year. Tune in to hear the roller-coaster of emotions that take Israelis from the graves of their loved ones to celebrating the happiest national celebration, when Israel won her independence again!
What does the foreign minister of Germany have in common with Biblical leprosy?
In this week’s program, Rabbis Ari & Jeremy seek to untangle the knots of confusion around Israel’s dealings with both Syria and the terrorist within Israel. Ari discusses the Aliyah of his parents and Jeremy discusses the belligerent sheep terrorizing the headquarters.
In this moving and inspiring episode, RenaQuint joins us live in studio to recount her tale of surviving the Holocaust, after being sent to the ghetto, then to Treblinka and finally to Bergen-Belson. She reveals details about her journey through the eyes of a young child transitioning from the comforts of a middle-class home in Poland to the unimaginable horrors of the concentration camps and eventually to Israel. Today, a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she lives in Jerusalem and speaks around the world about survival and overcoming challenges of the past.
In this show, Ari is joined by activist Jay Shultz who shares his journey from being a New Jersey lawyer to an internationally recognized leader who has changed the face of the “Holy City” of Tel-Aviv. If you have preconceived notions about Tel Aviv, prepare to have them challenged in this program.
Joshua Safran joins Ari Abramowitz to share a journey like you’ve never heard before. A journey of communes, hitchhiking, witches and then discovering his Jewish roots. How did this hippie child grow up to be a respected Orthodox Jewish pro-Israel lawyer? Find out how both he and his mother found their Jewish roots in Israel.