Join Rabbi Yishai Fleisher to celebrate Jerusalem Liberation and Reunification Day. First, Rav Mike Feuer joins to talk about the Babylonian exile’s “Jerusalem Day” and today’s rectification of it. Then, Malkah Fleisher on EU’s continued hostility towards a Jewish Jerusalem, and the tale of Yishai being thrown off the Temple Mount.

While many waited for hours in the blistering sun, 1,729 Jews ascended the ramp for a visit to Judaism’s holiest site – the Temple Mount on Tisha B’av, which is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar. The Israeli police on instructions from the government flipped-flopped throughout the day, opening and closing Judaism’s holiest site to Jewish visitors. Muslim rioters had positioned themselves at the site, hanging a Hamas banner, and were vocal in opposing the area being opened for Jews. Yet while certainly not a smooth experience, Jews did in fact make it to the Temple Mount to mourn the loss of both Jewish Temples, and yearn for the rebuilding of the third – speedily in our days.

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A pro-Israel Saudi blogger gets harassed on the Temple Mount. Jason Greenblatt rocks the UN. Pinchas shoots holy lasers and brings down flying Bilaam. And after the war, the Jews have to make booty dishes Kosher! Malkah Fleisher joins Rabbi Yishai for holy war and the path towards normalization.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten an interview with Ze’ev Orenstein Director of International Affairs for the City of David Foundation. Yesterday, the City of David opened the “Pilgrimage Road,” the actual road used by Jewish pilgrims to walk up to the Temple in Jerusalem during the High Holidays after purifying themselves in the Shiloah pools down below. Orenstein refers to this new discovery as the ancient ‘Biblical superhighway’ as hundreds of thousands of Jews would use this path to make their way up to the Temple. He also gives his take on the haters who came out to protest yesterday’s ceremony, by saying the discovery isn’t a matter of faith, but rather a matter of “fact” linking ancient Jewish history to our presence here today.

Leen Ritmeyer’s extraordinary journey from Holland to the Temple Mount- and beyond -has defined his life and contributed immensely to ours. He speaks with Eve about the field of Biblical Architecture; how the study of ancient structures in the Land of Israel and Near East enhances our comprehension of history, archeology, the Bible and mankind’s connection to God. He has made an indelible mark in particular on our understanding of Temple Mount transformations thru the millennia and continues to interpret and redefine discoveries both recent and past. This Dutchman is still flying. Listen and learn.

Rabbi Yishai tells Rav Mike Feuer about his adventure at the world’s holiest place in the heart of Jerusalem. Together they discuss the Torah portion of Jethro, Moses’ advice-giving father-in-law, and the 10 statements that guide humanity. Then, Malkah Fleisher on saving the life of an arch terrorist and Jewish Arbor Day.

Ascending the Temple Mount; leading a  peak-of-the-grape-harvest wine tour in the Shomron; studying the height-of-evil Croatian WW2 atrocities; attending a top level course on the Mid East muddle; jumping out of a plane over Israel at 12,000 feet.
Eve files her flight plan of the last 10 days.

Taking advantage of special access afforded them by the Israeli authorities for worship of the Ramadan holiday, Muslims on the Temple Mount desecrated and stole protected archaeological remains last week.  Eve speaks with pre-eminent archaeologist Dr. Gabi Barkay about this incredibly sensitive and sacred site. He and Tzachi Dvira, who brought the latest travesty to the media’s attention, co-direct the Temple Mount Sifting Project to salvage remains of a massive illegal dumping nearly 20 years ago.  Why does this unconscionable behavior continue- and how is it relevant to those of us who respect all history and civilizations?

In this brief but life changing episode, Rabbi’s Shlomo Katz and Ari Abramowitz delve into the subject of knowledge – and lack thereof.
What is the secret behind the name our forefather Jacob gave to the Temple?

He who controls the Temple Mount is he who controls the whole Land of Israel! Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to discuss the problem with the King of Jordan — the “custodian of Jerusalem’s holy places” — and a new generation that yearns for the Temple Mount. Also, the holiday of Tu B’Av, which is all about two-in-love.

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