Panelists explore how the fights again anti-Black racism and antisemitism are closely linked, and how critical it is to fight anti-Black racism in order to build a stronger and more effective movement across communities to dismantle antisemitism.
Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch addresses Whoopi Goldberg’s remarks about the Holocaust and recent suspension from “The View,” in a sermon to his congregation of the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in NYC.
Rabbi Erez Sherman talks with college basketball and MLB ESPN analyst Dan Shulman about his background in the Jewish community, and Rabbi David Wolpe talks about sports and faith.
MirYam Institute analyst Yaakov Lappin and IDF Lt. Col. Yochai Guiski join Benjamin for a fascinating and in-depth discussion of just where Israel finds itself at the current moment in terms of international relations and geographic military strategy. They touch on how Israel relates to all the local players in the volatile Middle East […]
Take a look back at how the IDF blazed forward in 2021, and explore how soldiers used last year’s serious, adverse, and threatening challenges as opportunities for greater preparation, defense, and protection in 2022.
In a sermon to his congregation of the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City, Rabbi Hirsch discusses the commandment of Shabbat, and how boredom during Shabbat observance should serve as a lesson in humility, and an inspiration to consider the potential to help others less fortunate.
The deadly impact of conspiracies and disinformation on our national landscape and what can be done to stop them is the focus of a conversation with Will Sommer Lisa Kaplan and Imran Ahmed .
JBS and Sinai Temple in Los Angeles premiere Rabbi on the Sidelines, a weekly, hour-long sports conversation show hosted by Rabbi Erez Sherman beginning this Sunday February 6 at 7:00pm ET. New episodes will premiere every Sunday at 7pm and air throughout the week.