Simone Rodan-Benzaquen , Daniel Schwammenthal discuss antisemitism in Europe and David Harris describes his own family’s experiences. At the Streicker Center, Temple Emanu-El, NYC.
Beginning November 1, anyone flying on EL AL Dreamliner flights to and from Israel will be able to watch select JBS programming on their flight. This is a first for El Al and we are proud to be partnering with Israel’s national airline. If you watch JBS on El Al, I hope you’ll let us […]
Retired British Colonel Richard Kemp discusses his military career which led him to an appreciation and admiration for the IDF, and explains why he feels compelled to be an outspoken supporter of the State of Israel and its army. With Mark S. Golub.
Auschwitz & Bergen Belsen Survivor, Judith Altman talks about a happy childhood in Czechoslovakia to the nightmare on cattle cars, faced with Mengele & the extermination of her family. Part 1 of 2. On the JBS original series “Witness”
A Thanksgiving Concert featuring many of the great cantors of our generation. From the Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton Beach, New York, hosted by Rabbi Marc Schneier. Recorded in 2018.
Former Deputy Director-Generals at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pinchas Avivi & Arthur Koll brief U.S. cadets on security concerns for the U.S. & Israel, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. With Yaakov Lapin on “Israel Briefing.”
Conservative talk-show host & author Dennis Prager discusses the assault against Free Speech in America, YouTube’s censoring videos of PragerU and his film No Safe Spaces. With Mark S. Golub.
A co-founder of the Israeli town of Elon Moreh, Zev Saffer, explains why he chose to leave the United States to make Aliyah, and describes how he helped to build a community and raise a family on Israel’s West Ridge. With Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim.
With Benny Gantz unable to form a coalition government & Prime Minister Netanyahu being indicted, Ron Kampeas, Washington Bureau Chief, JTA discuss the political chaos in Israel and comments on Michael Bloomberg’s entering the Democratic Primaries.
Intellectual historian Dr. Paul Mendes-Flohr discusses the early life of Jewish philosopher Martin Buber and Buber’s relationship to Zionism & Jewish spirituality. With Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove by Reading Jewish Lives Series at Park Ave. Synagogue, NYC