Talia Dekel Fleissig, Vice President of Content at the Jerusalem Press Club, describes the unique role of the JPC, an NGO that works with international media to present the spectrum of issues, speakers, voices and places that Israel has to offer.
In the context of the recent elections in the US and Israel, Rabbi Hirsch interrogates the integrity of the democratic political system, and the growing extremism that is happening here and throughout the western world
Dahlia Lithwick, , discusses Lady Justice: Women, the Law and the Battle to save America, her book about women lawyers who came forward to fight the racism, sexism and xenophobia of the Trump Administration.
Veteran Los Angeles Times sports journalist, LA Lakers historian, author of 14 books and committed member of the Jewish community, Steve Springer joins Rabbi Sherman to discuss the world of faith and sports.
Mark S. Golub is joined by Trump’s Ambassador to Israel, David M Friedman, who shares his views about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the viability of a two-state solution, the impacts of the Abraham Accords, the embassy move to Jerusalem, and more.
Director Alon Schwarz discusses “Tantura,” his documentary that investigates controversial events at the Palestinian village of Tantura in 1948, where survivors claimed to witness a massacre of civilians by Israeli troops
Kobi Regev, founder and CEO of The Squadron, joins Shahar Azani to discuss his work and the Squadron’s new training center in Manhattan, where ex-fighter pilots use F-35 flight simulators to give lessons about business, and life.
Elsa Garrison, the first woman to be hired as a sports photographer for Getty Images, joins Rabbi Sherman to discuss the faith it takes to capture not only the best moments in sports, but the reactions that follow.
Yair Rosenberg, a writer covering politics, culture and religion for publications such as The Atlantic, Tablet and The New York Times, discusses his love of music and latest album release, Az Yashir: Songs for Shabbos, a collection of modern melodies for traditional Shabbat songs.