In this uplifting episode, Rabbi Shlomo Katz is joined by Ari & Jeremy as they discuss how to live a life of meaning and make your mark for generations to come.
This week, a “Spiritual Cafe” hour-long special: The Torah shifts its camera angle from a story about the Jewish people to the perspective of other nations who are afraid of Israel and their God. After realizing that physical weapons are futile, the evil King Balak hires the wicked wizard Balaam to curse the Jews – will he succeed? Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai for an in-depth discussion of this epic struggle between blessings and curses and trails the Biblical narrative which includes a wise-ass she-donkey who talks back to her master, a Godly angel with a drawn battle sword and the ill-advised Jewish forays not licentiousness and even fecal idolatry. Don’t miss the drama!
In the wake of the horrific murder of their daughter, the Ariel family organized over a thousand Jews to ascend to the Temple Mount. While only about 10% made it up, the nation of Israel is conscious and yearning for the Temple in new and exciting ways.
What is actually standing in the way of the rebuilding of the temple? Listen to this show to find out.
As a wave of terror threatens to engulf Israel and the world – something must be done to stop it. Despite knowing the backlash I’ll receive from putting out this message – I can only borrow the words of Rav Kook “I don’t speak because I have the power to speak; I speak because I don’t have the power to remain silent”.
Join us Tuesday morning July 12th, 9:00 am Israel time as we ascend the Temple Mount and inaugurate the new “Sha’ar Hallel” the “Gate of Praise” in memory of Hallel Ariel HYD, a 13 year old girl who was murdered in her bed by a Muslim terrorist.
While the security situation in Israel remains volatile with daily attacks, the average Israeli isn’t charged with making the decisions as to how the government should handle external threats. However what we can do as a society is start trying to understand one another in order to improve the internal unity amongst the different populations here. One organization which is working towards promoting unity is ‘Tzav Pius.’ The NGO runs educational programs, summer camps, and more for children from all different backgrounds in Israel – religious, secular, Ashkenazi, Sephardi, etc. in order to promote ‘brotherly love.” Ra’anan Hirsch the organization’s director of partnership development joins Josh to discuss how Tzav Pius is shaping a better future for the next generation of Israeli children.
In this third installment of the season premier of “Tuesday Night Live in Jerusalem,” Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel treated the Jerusalem audience and viewers around the world to an inspiring encounter with the renowned Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo.
As the founder of the David Cardozo Academy in Jerusalem, Rabbi Cardozo has dedicated his life to reclaiming the study hall of Avraham Avinu and re-engaging the Jewish People around the world with a new approach to Jewish values and the Jewish mission. Rabbi Cardozo offers a fresh and exciting perspective on how the Nation of Israel should contend with Iran, Hamas, Hizbullah and the rest of the impressively long list of those who seek our destruction.
Also on this week’s show: Yishai Fleisher, Director of IsraelNationalRadio.com, speaks about the Jewish Nation and the Middle East crisis, and Yoni Kempinski meets John Nelson, lead singer of “Semantra” – the season premier’s musical guest. Watch this episode for an entertaining, articulate and eloquently conveyed message of elucidation and inspiration.
10th generation Jerusalemite Tamar Hayardeni is an educator, guide, researcher on Jerusalem and author of children’s books. Listen in as she and Eve Harow discuss a Jerusalem undivided, the joys of motherhood, the evil of terrorism -including in her own family, dusty archives, the 6 Day War, Middle Eastern culture, family values….when one describes a wide ranging interview this could be it. The 30 year British Mandate period is a classic example of the road to hell being paved with good intentions. Can Arabs and Jews coexist in the City of Peace?