JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from April 6th, 2020 Stories Include: Unity Talks Halted After Progress, Blue & White, Labor Teaming Up, Israel Expects Holiday Lockdown, Israel to Test Drug for Mildly Ill, Bill Named for Monsey Victim Passes, Pesach Wishes for Jews Worldwide, Feeding the Needy this Passover, Helping Medical Staff Battling Covid […]
JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from April 2nd, 2020 Stories Include: PM: Israelis Asked to Wear Face Masks, Reports: Coalition Details Coming Soon, WSJ Reporter’s Killer May be Set Free, MD Synagogue Vandalized, Man Charged re Anti-Jewish, Other Hate Threats, Jewish Songwriter Dies from Covid 19, Patriots Plane Brings Masks to US,
JBS Senior Vice President Shahar Azani describes the way Israeli is dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic and discusses the obstacles which must be overcome to create a unity government with Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz. With Mark S. Golub
JBS President Rabbi Mark S. Golub talks with Mel and Claire Vatz who created their own version of a 1966 Paul Simon hit song they call “Homebound.”
JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from April 1st, 2020 Stories Include: Seder Worries in the Face of Covid 19, Missile Factory Now Making Ventilators, Weapons Factory Makes Protective Gear, AJC Issues Grants to Help Covid 19 Fight, FDA OK’s 2nd Phase of Promising Drug Trial, Caring for IDF Soldiers During Covid 19, Jewish School […]
Comedian & writer H. Alan Scott discusses his personal journey that led him from his Mormon upbringing to a gay Jewish convert; and explains why he always felt he was “Jewish.” With Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim.
JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from March 31st, 2020 Stories Include: PM Shares Stiffer Rules re Covid 19, NY Gov to Name Bill for Monsey Victim, NYC Mayor Warns Shuls Not Abiding Rules, Israel, US Conclude Joint Air Drill, El Al to Return Israelis from Down Under, Cosmetics Giant Helps Front Line Workers, Boost […]
Before the Shabbat, Rabbi Mark S. Golub reads emails from JBS viewers, including Mazal Tov’s and the names of those who have recently passed; and reads a poem by Lynn Ungar.