INTERVIEW WITH YOSSI KLEIN HALEVI

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INTERVIEW WITH YOSSI KLEIN HALEVI

STARTING A NEW CHAPTER IN THE LAND OF ISRAEL FELLOWSHIP

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NOT MY PRESIDENT

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NOT MY PRESIDENT

As over 40 world leaders are set to arrive in Jerusalem this week to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a PA columnist has advocated for murder in order to disrupt the ceremonies. On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, Maurice Hirsch Head of Legal Strategies for Palestinian Media Watch discusses how the PA in recent weeks has stepped up it’s anti-Israel incitement, and along with this call for murder, has launched blood libel campaigns accusing Jews of desecrating the Temple Mount – in order to rile up the masses towards terror and violence.

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Stephen Flatow’s daughter Alisa changed their family’s journey when she brought Jewish observance into their lives. After she was murdered in Gaza in 1995 by Islamic Jihad at age 20, her father changed the course of many lives when he devoted himself to seeking justice for other victims of Iranian state sponsored terror. Stephen speaks with Eve Harow on the never ending war of ideas against the evil that has claimed thousands of innocents in the last quarter century. His book ‘A Father’s Story: My Fight for Justice against Iranian Terror’ is an ode to a father’s love for his firstborn and a call to humanity to prevent anyone else from joining the club of casualties of global jihad.

It’s pretty bad out there. Enslavement, taskmasters, pain, and no rest. The Jews in Egypt cry for help and God hears. But before the Delivered can be sent, he has to be built up. Malkah Fleisher joins Rabbi Yishai Fleisher for the backstory of the great prophet Moses and the beginnings of redemption.

At the Sixties progressed they became more intense. In particular, the tone of the civil rights movement shifted from integration to separation and from evolution to revolution. This episode will explore the impact of these shifts on the ‘grand alliance’ between Jews and African Americans. shedding light on both past and present.

Uri Zaki of Meretz, which united with Labor, and Jeremy Saltan of the New Right, which decided to run without uniting the Right, debate what strategy will prove successful in the March 2 election. Zaki and Saltan fight it out over issues of political cannibalization and Jewish-Arab partnership. Zaki also speaks about why the career of once promising left-wing star Stav Shaffir could be over.

On this week’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, an interview with JNS.org and Jerusalem Post columnist Ruthie Blum. In her latest Jpost column Blum explains how President Trump’s liquidation of Iranian master terrorist Qasem Soleimani shows that despite previous perceptions, Israel is not alone in it’s fight to keep Iran in check and in preventing the mullahs from acquiring nuclear weapons.

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The Kohelet Policy Forum hosted an extremely high level conference in Jerusalem on the statements of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo regarding the “settlements”.

Professor Moshe Koppel, who heads the Forum, joins Harow (who attended) to discuss the speeches and current events in Israel. PM Benjamin Netanyahu, Ambassador David Friedman, Defense Minister Naftali Bennett, Pompeo via taped message -along with too many other VIPs to list -presented some fascinating topics leading to refreshing ideas for the future.

If we finally get decisions made and directions set, since Greater Israel is here to stay.

First, Noam Arnon joins Yishai Fleisher to discuss why Jacob, who is dying in Egypt, asks to be buried in Hebron in the Land of Israel. Then, Rabbi Dani Eisenstock on standing with the Jews of the Diaspora after a spate of antisemitic attacks. And finally, Malkah Fleisher on erasing evil with the killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.

1964 was the Freedom Summer in America, and it saw a wave of white, Jewish volunteers leaving the comfort of their suburban existence to fight the battle against racism in the rural south. This episode explores the suburban cultural vacuum which many of them were fleeing and asks whether they went South as Jews, human beings or both.

In honor of the final Star Wars movie, The Rise of Skywalker, Gil Hoffman speaks about the Jewish connection to the three Star Wars trilogies. He talks about the Force of Hashem and about Jedi knights seeking knowledge that is yeda in Hebrew.

Gil then interviews Adam Nahoum, the commanding officer of the Israel branch of Star Wars Stormtroopers, about his saga in founding the legion of Star Wars loyalists and his own Star Wars connections in the Torah. To join the legion, go to their page click here.

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