Eve shares her thoughts on feminism, hypocrisy, radical Islam, tourism and the devastating report on Jewish affiliation in America.
She’s planning a speaking trip for next November, be in touch to see her in your hometown.
This show is -sadly- in memory of one of the great lovers of Torah and the Land of Israel, who reluctantly went into politics in order to serve his people. Rav Benny Elon, former Knesset Minister and yeshiva head, passed away last month after a long battle with cancer. His righthand man for 21 years, Uri Bank, joins Eve to talk about the ideologue who worked tirelessly to bring people together. A humble man, devoted to Am Yisrael and unafraid to pay the price for his beliefs, he meshed realpolitik with Judaism in a way that few even attempt to do. A mentor to Eve as well, he brought Christian Zionists to the fore; proposed an alternate plan to the Oslo debacle; was an initiator a plan to establish sovereignty over Judea and Samaria and to dismantle UNRWA (the UN agency that perpetuates the Arab ‘refugee’ issue instead of solving it). Many ideas that are now mainstream were broached by him.
May his memory be for a blessing, and may our lives be devoted to ensuring his legacy.
Michelle just completed a Masters Degree in Water Studies from Haifa University to go along with a degree in Environmental Science and Policy. Her expert research on Israel’s water issue was used in peace negotiations that Israel conducted with our neighbors. The women speak about the huge advances in Israel’s water technology and infrastructure, the ongoing drought in the Middle East and the resultant ensuing wars, and what the world can learn from Israel on how we manage this precious resource. Click for more information about Israel Water Tours.
Eve chats with Akiva Gersh about his newly published collection of articles on moving to Israel from the West. ‘Becoming Israeli: The Hysterical, Inspiring and Challenging Sides of Making Aliyah’ covers what will sound familiar to many who have taken the step to align our fate with that of the Jewish state. Learning Hebrew, getting used to a new culture, figuring out even the simplest things- those are the challenges. Underlying all of it, though, is an impossible to put into words sense of being part of something so great that it defies rational thought.
Hashem remains a local call even with whatsapp and viber in a way you can’t explain. History is lived in the present. It’s Home.
Yaakov Amidror is a former IDF major general, National Security Advisor and head of the Research Department of Israeli military intelligence. He’s currently involved with the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and is also a researcher at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. On this week’s Rejuvenation – ‘Eve’s drop in’ on an exclusive talk he gave at a Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) luncheon in Boston on May 4th which Eve Harow attended while in Boston to appear on a community panel. (More on that later…) Amidror’s analysis of the threats surrounding Israel is a must hear.