JBS journalist Micah Halpern opines about the meaning of Passover as we approach the third holiday affected by Covid, as well as the first one to be suffused with talk of the war in Ukraine. Micah also warns about potential upcoming terror attacks that could occur worldwide during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Ep. […]

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The 2021 General Assembly of the JFNA featuring President of Israel Isaac Herzog, JFNA President & CEO Eric Fingerhut, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and others.

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A preview of the L’Chayim July 10, 9pm premiere with the cast of the hit Israeli series Shtisel. Michael Aloni , Dov Glickman and Neta Riskin speak about their Jewish backgrounds and how playing Chasidic Jews may have changed their Jewish identities.

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Martin Fletcher, former NBC News correspondent, discusses his book Promised Land: A Novel of Israel. With Scott Richman and produced with the AJC Westchester/Fairfield, JCC of Mid-Westchester’s Arts & Talks programs and the Jewish Book Council at JCC of Mid-Westchester.

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Kenneth Pollack, former CIA analyst, presents an historical account of the Middle East conflict and describes the Arab military threat to Israel discussed in his book “Armies Of Sand.” At The Algemeiner Editor’s Club with Dovid Efune.

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Jeremy Bob, Terrorism and Legal Analyst for The Jerusalem Post, discusses Israel’s new Nation State Law, Israel’s rules of engagement on the Gaza border, and Israeli human rights and security issues. At the Lawfare Project in NYC.

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Elizabeth Collier , and Rabbi Rachel Grant Meyer discuss the tension between U.S. border control and compassion for refugee seeking a haven in America. A program of AJC & IONA College at Iona College, New Rochelle, NY.

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On Oslo’s 25th anniversary, scholars discuss the lessons learned from the failed Oslo Accords and Gilead Sher describes his personal experiences as a negotiator between Israelis and Palestinians and how the 2-state solution is still possible.

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