Yishai is baking matzo in Beit El! He introduces a lesson of a model Passover Seder by the preeminent Rabbi Eli Mansour – an incredible lesson that was almost lost,
Yishai takes us to Beit El in Israel’s heartland, the location of Yaakov’s (Jacob’s) ladder, to bake matzot (unleavened bread) the old fashioned way by hand. A crew of old friends and neighbors carefully follow the detailed processes laid out in Jewish Law (Torah) for preparing and baking the matzah in less than 18 minutes… Read more »
First, Yishai returns from America and rejoins Rav Mike Feuer to discuss the Temple offerings brought by a woman after birth. Then – there are Satmar Hasidim who love the State of Israel and see it as the harbinger of the Third Temple! Hear Yishai’s talk at their special synagogue in Williamsburg Brooklyn.
What can a Haman do when he has the King’s Ring? A lot, if he is not stopped. Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to understand the psychology of a megalomaniacal Amalekite and to finish up the book of Exodus with clouds of God’s presence in the Tabernacle. Then, Malkah Fleisher on Jay Leno’s support… Read more »
As its name implies, an integral aspect of the LOI message is conveyed in their connection to the land. Though Jerusalem is usually the center of prayer, Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel, co-founder of the Land of Israel Network, explained that the Dead Sea region is a particularly auspicious location for personal prayer and meditation.
The month of Adar is meant to be joyful, and that is why the dark energy wants to bring it – and Israel – down. Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to fight the Amalekites and to see the perfection in the Priestly vestments. Then, Malkah Fleisher on the resilience of Jewish women, and the… Read more »
Responsibility for your actions! Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to study Torah tort law in the portion of Mishpatim including out of control fires, unwanted seductions, open ditches, and bad witches. Then, Malkah Fleisher on international monitors leaving Hebron and the new challenge of Amnesty International.
Leaving Egypt the Jewish men take swords for the eventual next wars, and the woman take tambourines to celebrate the eventual miracles! Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai for a faithful journey through the Splitting of the Red Sea, and the war with Amalek. Then, Malkah Fleisher joins to talk about the Manna-like snow in… Read more »
The Israeli flag – a proud symbol of the miraculous achievement of the Jewish people’s sovereignty on their ancient ancestral homeland in a gleaming, growing state. Streaming blue and white across the land, it shows everyone that we are home, united once again in the mission of building a burgeoning life for our people and being a source of light for the world.
Hebron is an ancient city making its introduction to Jewish tradition in the Torah, which records Abraham’s purchase of the Tomb of Machpelah as a burial site for his wife, Sarah. Though control of the city exchanged hands over the millennia, Hebron featured an almost continuous Jewish presence until the present day.