Rabbi Mark S. Golub offers some reflections on the meaning of the Kol Nidre Prayer in preparation for the three-fold chant that begins Yom Kippur. From the High Holiday services of Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah in Connecticut.
Lecturer and author ,” Rabbi Ken Spiro, surveys the history of Antisemitism from the Dark Ages through the Holocaust to the present today. From the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City.
Israeli journalist Ari Shavit, author of “My Promised Land,” reflects on the Israeli War in Gaza and suggests strategies for moving the Israeli-Palestinian peace process forward. The 2014 Hoffman Memorial Lecture at Temple Beth El in Stamford CT.
From the UN in New York City, Ellie Cohanim and Ron Jacobsohn host a JBS presentation of reactions to the UNGA 2014 Statement of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Featuring a short speech from Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, excerpts from the PM’s speech, and reactions to his speech from Amb. Ron Prosor, Jerry Silverman […]
Rabbi Mark S. Golub gives a d’rash on the lessons we can learn from the “Akedah” Torah portion, the Binding of Isaac, on Rosh Hashanah morning.
Mke Reynolds wrote an article in Multichannel News about the domestic and international expansion plans of JBS: http://www.multichannel.com/news/distribution/jbs-eyeing-domestic-international-expansion-golub/384145
Rabbi Mark S. Golub introduces the high holiday theme of “L’Chayim” on Rosh Hashanah Eve to his congregation in Stamford, CT.
Shalom TV’s Ron Jacobsohn visits Lincoln Center where many are protesting the Metropolitan Opera’s decision to produce The Death of Klinghoffer. Featuring Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Charles Small, Helen Freeman, Mort Klein and more.
Efraim Inbar, Professor of Political Studies, Bar-Ilan University, speaks on the the war in Gaza, it’s impact on Israel, and other threats to the state. At the Greenwich Library in Greenwich, Connecticut.