THE IMPORTANCE OF NORMALIZATION WITH SUDAN

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THE IMPORTANCE OF NORMALIZATION WITH SUDAN

STARTING A NEW CHAPTER IN THE LAND OF ISRAEL FELLOWSHIP

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STARTING A NEW CHAPTER IN THE LAND OF ISRAEL FELLOWSHIP

THE ABRAHAM ACCORDS AND SOVEREIGNTY

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THE ABRAHAM ACCORDS AND SOVEREIGNTY

Yedidya Harush lost his childhood home when Israel unilaterally left Gaza and destroyed its 21 Jewish communities in 2005. He tells Eve Harow of Shlomit, Nave and Bnai Netzarim- new towns the refugees built in the Halutza Sand Dunes on Israel’s southern border in the corner of Gaza and Sinai. The hard work, the heat, the hope and the global partnerships. Pineapples and pomegranates and beautiful children are thriving in inert sand. Who says the age of open miracles has passed?

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.

In this powerful program Ari and Jeremy connect the dots between Trump’s proclamation of support for the settlements, Temple activist Yehuda Glick joining the Knesset, and the mystical day of Lag B’Omer.

Prime Minster Netanyahu is putting the finishing touches on an agreement which would bring MK Avigdor Liberman’s Yisrael Beytenu Party into the governing coalition thus making Liberman Minister of Defense. While Netanyahu might gain coalition stability by the move, Jerusalem Post senior political correspondent Gil Hoffman tells Josh Hasten that since the maneuvering caused former Defense Minister Moshe “Boogie” Ya’alon to resign, the PM might have his work cut out for him in the future should Ya’alon challenge Netanyahu for the country’s top spot. Hoffman explains these complicated political realities as the Israeli Knesset begins its summer session.

‘Voices From Israel’ is a new series of books by Canadian-Israeli author, Jerusalem Post journalist and expert guide Gil Zohar. Designed for US high schoolers, the books simply and clearly delve into Israeli culture and customs; conflicts and resolutions both in and out of the country; Americans in Israel and more. No sugar coating of our challenges, but staunchly proud of the little country that could. And did. And does.
He and Eve Harow discuss the books, the difficulty of achieving a balanced Mid East narrative and Gil’s experiences in the Arab world surrounding us. You may be surprised….

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.

Why is the Bible written as a story? Is being “observant” a good thing or does it underscore the fundamental misconception of what it means to be a Jew?

As Jeremy shares the next major project for The Land of Israel Network and how it will shape Israel’s future. Ari explains why Israel has more hospital clowns per capita than any country in the world and why he is becoming one himself!

On today’s show, Josh interviews Dan Diker Project Director of the Program to Counter BDS Political Warfare at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA). Diker is also a Fellow at the Institute of Counter-Terrorism, IDC Herzliya. Diker discusses the current Middle East realities 100 years after the signing of the Sykes-Picot agreement which essentially divided up the Middle East territory between the British and French without taking the realities on the ground into account. Ironically in this day and age, the same ignorant and stubborn mentality exists in the West, resulting in the failed Arab Spring, and an unrealistic Israeli/Arab peace initiative. A JCPA conference examining Sykes-Picot at 100 will be held in Jerusalem this Wednesday.

In her first nonfiction book, award winning historical novelist Maggie Anton combines her Talmudic scholarship with curiosity about the Sages ideas on Sex and Intimacy. Listen in as the popular author of the ‘Rashi’s Daughters’ series discusses with Eve Harow everything from exactly how we are supposed to be “fruitful and multiply’ to why the modern world needs Judaism’s refreshing honesty on physical relationships in all their forms. Pithy and pious, hilarious and serious, ’50 Shades of Talmud’ gives surprising perspective on a much discussed old/new topic. (Note: If you’re a prude, give this interview a miss…..)

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.

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