In this week’s edition of Tuesday Night Live in Jerusalem, Ari and Jeremy present their exciting and colorful visit to Ben Gurion Airport where TNL joined a welcoming ceremony for a planeload of Olim (new immigrants) who decided to open a new page of their lives in Israel with the help of the Nefesh B’Nefesh organization.
Watch and see how some of the other participants, who came to Israel just for the year, are mercilessly urged by Ari and Jeremy to stay in Israel and change their trip to a final move.
In this 46th episode of TNL, we host historian Rabbi Berel Wein.
When host Jeremy Gimpel’s asked him for the main lesson that the Jews of the world should learn from Jewish history, Rabbi Wein replied: “They should be more Jewish. If history has taught us anything it is that those who thought they could escape the Jewish destiny by not being Jewish… it has turned to ashes. Literally ashes.”
Founder and director of “The Destiny Foundation”, Rabbi Wein has been revolutionizing the presentation and availability of Jewish history through the dramatic and entertaining documentary series “Faith and Fate.”
On this episode of TNL, he reveals many of the secrets and pearls of wisdom that have kept the Jewish Nation alive and thriving for the past 4,000 years.
In this eye opening 47th episode, Ari and Jeremy take to the streets of Jerusalem, meet veteran Olim (immigrants to Israel) as well as one potential immigrants, and hear tips, thoughts and suggestions regarding Aliyah (immigration to Israel) and absorption in the country. Get ready for laughter, inspiration, and an emergency dose of Zionism.
In this 31st episode, Ari and Jeremy present the absurdity at the entrance to the Temple Mount: Non-Jews enter freely while Jews are not. Jews of Jerusalem relate to the question: Are we ready for the 3rd Temple?
Ari and Jeremy discuss the Jewish essential connection between past, present, and future, and take to the streets of Jerusalem to hear how Jewish History has impacted the world.
In this 41st episode of TNL, one of the most powerful ever, Ari and Jeremy introduce the world to the Jewish heroes from the IDF and the Israeli search and rescue teams who have just returned from Haiti. With will, skill, and ingenuity, these brave men and women worked tirelessly to pull of the worlds most advanced humanitarian mission. With a video tribute guaranteed to take your Jewish pride to a whole new level, Yoni Kempinski yet again weaves together pictures and footage from the field that will not soon be forgotten.
In a spontaneous explosion of Jewish pride, a theater full of Jerusalemites erupted into an emotional standing ovation while welcoming back the IDF and ZAKA medical and rescue missions from a harrowing and exhausting expedition to save the people of Haiti.
Hearing about their harrowing journey, fresh and firsthand, made this extraordinary mission tangible and personal. “I have never been so proud to be a Jew,” said Aryeh, an eighteen year old New Yorker here in Israel for his year abroad after high school. “It made me want to contribute and give of myself for Israel and the Jewish people.”
Watch this unforgettable episode and hear the firsthand account of Major Dr. Mitchell Schreiber of the IDF and Dovi Maizel of ZAKA search and rescue.
In this 43rd episode of TNL, we deal with the ingathering of Jews from all corners of the world – Jews who look different, sound different and act different from one another. Ari and Jeremy begin the show talking about the ingathering of the exiles as an opportunity to rectify for the social sins between people, sins that brought upon the destruction of the Second Temple.
This episode features the latest “Meet the Street” segment – the TNL duo take to the streets of Jerusalem to give the viewers a taste of the variety of faces and ethnic groups which can be encountered in the capital of the Jewish nation.