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Now you can LISTEN to the Jewish News! Brought to you every week by Jewish News, the UK’s most-read Jewish newspaper, The JN Podcast delivers the latest news and sharpest debates, celebrity guests, culture and sport. Our packed half-hour show is available to listen to and download every Friday at http://jewishnews.co.uk and via Jewish News Daily – our email newsletter sent to almost 20,000 subscribers every day. Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer says: “The team and I look forward to bringing ...
 
Israel Seen is a labor of love and is a portal to the other side of Israel. We provide content from a wonderful array of innovative, interesting, and dynamic Israelis. Our content is rich in vision, compassion, education and understanding of the human condition. We probe the depths of our psyche, soul and physical presence seeking out the questions and answers necessary to make the world a better place to live. We share a variety of views and opinions on Israel and its relationship with the ...
 
Yonit Levi of Channel 12 Israel and Jonathan Freedland of The Guardian are two Jews on the news. Each week on the podcast, Levi in Tel Aviv and Freedland in London give their take on developments in politics and life in Israel, the US, the UK and around the world. Since they’re Jews, you can expect to hear far more than two opinions at any given time.
 
Alan Skorski has been a political activist for almost 40 years. He authored 2 books; Pants on Fire: How Al Franken Lies, Smears, and Deceives and Israel Betrayed: How the Democrats, J Street, and Jewish Left Have Undermined Israel. He has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC, Newsmax, and C-Span. Baila Sebrow is a journalist, inspirational international speaker, and 5TJT columnist who also hosted numerous radio and Cable TV shows, including Insight/Israel. She is the Founder and President of Neshoma ...
 
Let there be Light - The American Israelite Newspaper Podcast is a weekly podcast that’s gives an overview and personal insight into articles of the week from The American Israelite newspaper, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Though published in Cincinnati, and the oldest English Speaking Jewish newspaper in the country, The American Israelite has for nearly 200 years devoted itself to not only local news, but regional, national and global articles of interest to any Jewish community. Hosted by Netanel ...
 
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JCRC Podcasts

Professional Podcasts LLC (www.professionalpodcasts.com)

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This is the podcast blog for the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey (JCRC). The JCRC is the human relations and public policy arm of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey. More information is at jcrcsnj.org. The Federation's website is at jewishsouthjersey.org.
 
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Americans for Peace Now

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PeaceCast is a podcast produced in Washington by Americans for Peace Now, the sister-organization of Israel’s preeminent peace movement, exploring issues and trends relating to peace and security for Israel, focusing on Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians and efforts to resolve it. If you care about Israel, about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, about Israel’s future as a democracy and a Jewish state, this podcast is for you. Episodes feature experts, activists, advocates and scholars w ...
 
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Israel in the News

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

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Israel in the News features timely news stories and on-site reporting on a variety of topics related to Israel and the Jewish people. You’ll also hear weekly commentary from those with an on-the-ground vantage point in the Holy Land, including Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship), Yael Eckstein (The Fellowship’s Senior Vice President), and other Fellowship staff. The show presents listeners with up-to-date reports on what is ...
 
An End Times site declaring Israel is the rightful heir to an undivided Holy Land, and that the United States and Israel need to maintain historical bonds. JBC is the site of important radio show, videos, and an unsurpassed Internet News presence, with up-to-the-minute news from around the world reported in real time, often before it appears in your national news media, and sometimes news that your own outlets won't report at all. JBC also has hyperlinks to important international newspapers ...
 
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Amy Richter and The Silver Linings Players

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With her super-sensitive sense of smell, sixteen year-old Kaia Smith is used to not fitting in. So when she receives an invitation from Dr. Vadim Grigori to participate in the Grigori Young Scholars Program with its promise that she will meet others like herself, she jumps at the chance. But what is the GYSP really about? Why are the faculty so interested in the story of the Fall of the Watchers? Why are they obsessed with antimony? And what role will GYSP participants like Kaia play in thei ...
 
All is fair in Radio! Politics, religion, prejudice, illegal immigration, legal immigration. We will be dealing with some of the most asinine items from the week's news. REAL and RAW!! You don't want to miss this show! Call in during the show toll free 1-855-REAL-JOE. or go to the web at www.TheRealSide.com for more information or to chat with us live.
 
B'H/Blessed is Our Creator!!! S.O.U.L. S.=Seven O.= Original/Oldest U.=Universal L.=Laws A show produced and hosted by Don Zusya Goodman, a Rabbinical College of America Graduate with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Religious Studies has been a member of the Chabad Lubavitch Chassidic educational movement for the past 30 years. 1. Fuses Torah/Biblical Rabbinical Learning with prior secular training in radio-communications-newspaper skills. 2.T.C.I. Therapeutic Crisis Intervention formerly cert ...
 
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Activist and campaigner Gershon Baskin tells Michael Daventry how he worked behind the scenes to secure the release of Gilad Shalit, the young IDF corporal who was released from captivity in Gaza a decade ago this week. Baskin recounts how he worked Hamas and Mossad backchannels and tells us about the man Gilad Shalit has become today.…
 
Jews have a long history of resistance against antisemitism that has sought to eradicate their literal existence. The power of their resistance lies in Jewish cultural and spiritual unity and the resulting close-knit communities that have survived and thrived in response to hate. Today, we talk about how Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood came…
 
On Oct. 17, at the Canadian Jewish Literary Awards, Montrealer Sigal Samuel won an award for her new children’s book, Osnat and Her Dove: The True Story of the World's First Female Rabbi. It tells the real-life story Osnat Barzani, a Kurdish-Jewish scholar who lived about 400 years ago in Mosul—and had an unconventional upbringing. Barzani's father…
 
Drinking alcohol has a number of negative impacts. But humans have been doing it for thousands of years, and show no signs of stopping. This hour, we discuss why we drink, why more people are moving towards sobriety through the “sober curious” movement, and the rise of nonalcoholic cocktails. GUESTS: Edward Slingerland - Author of Drunk: How We Sip…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss intriguing findings from the Pandora Papers leak regarding Israel – from offshore companies in tax havens that finance settlement purchases, to the business empire of Israel's richest politician. Uri Blau, a member of the investigative journalistic consortium that uncovered the documents, joins host Amir Tibon for…
 
Over the past few weeks, Canadian grocery stores in Jewish neighbourhoods have been ravaged by a bizarre calamity: they're all out of Wacky Mac. From Kosher Quality in Montreal to Savours in Toronto to the Sobeys on Taylor in Winnipeg, Wacky Mac—a kosher staple for families craving macaroni and cheese—has completely disappeared from store shelves. …
 
Interview with the ZOA's Liz Berney, ESQ., National Director of Research and Special Projects, discussing Iron Dome, Antisemitism in the Classroom, The Squad, and the Biden Administration's agenda on Israel, including their desire to open a Consulate in 'East Jerusalem' for the Arabs under the PA. Over the last few weeks, the radicals in Congress t…
 
This hour, The Nose talks about Netflix’s hit show Squid Game. Plus: the viral New York Times Magazine article “Who Is The Bad Art Friend?” GUESTS: Rebecca Castellani - Co-founder of Quiet Corner Communications and a freelance writer Taneisha Duggan - A director, producer, arts consultant, and an artist working at the crossroads of performance and …
 
Host Simon Spungin is joined by Anshel Pfeffer and Uzi Dann to discuss the Saudi Arabian takeover of a English Premier League football team, whether or not to attend the World Cup in Qatar next year and why Israeli soccer stadia are still bastions of racism and xenophobia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Hagit Ofran of Israel's Peace Now movement and Lior Amihai, the executive director of the Israeli human rights organization Yesh Din analyze what is behind the current uptick in Wesst Bank settler violence. This episode is a recording of an October 14 2021 APN webinar. Transcript of this show: https://peacenow.org/entry.php?id=38864#.YWmJ5dnMI6E To…
 
Human beings are wired to hate pain, even in the form of a teeny tiny needle delivering life-saving elixir. Needle phobia, or trypanophobia, ranges from slight discomfort to crippling anxiety—and these fears can cause serious harm for people who avoid medical care. Despite this, we’ve been using syringes and needles forever. The ancient Greeks were…
 
On Oct. 2, a plane of Afghan refugees touched down in Albania after a five-day journey. The group included 120 women—police officers, judges, cyclists and others. It's the second effort coordinated by Israel's largest relief agency, IsraAID, along with Canadian-Israeli businessman Sylvan Adams and a few friendly Arab countries, such as the United A…
 
This hour, a potpourri of topics: the Senate parliamentarian, local news, and wheelie suitcases. First, we talk about the Senate parliamentarian. And then: we discuss the value of local news, through the case study of The Hartford Courant. Finally, we learn about the invention of the wheelie suitcase. GUESTS: Elana Schor - Congress editor at Politi…
 
The latest Apple Watch is being released worldwide this week. With it, you can monitor your blood oxygen levels, send emails, wear it while swimming—and, thanks to a high school student in Toronto, you can also use it to help recite your daily Jewish prayers. The new free app, called WatchSiddur, shows you which prayers to read each day and at what…
 
Everybody loves a bulldozer. In fact, we all grew up loving bulldozers, didn't we? From Benny the Bulldozer to Katy and her big snow, from all the Tonka toys to all the die cast model Caterpillars, the bulldozer is more of an icon in American popular culture than we maybe realize. But the first scholarly "biography of the bulldozer" argues that the…
 
Former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy discusses Israel's strategy toward Iran and warns that Jerusalem's relationship with China could come at a heavy price. Halevy, who was appointed to lead the Mossad during Benjamin Netanyahu's first term as prime minister, accuses his ex-boss of pushing Tehran closer to obtaining a nuclear bomb. Listen to his full …
 
In the recent election, David Freiheit stood out as arguably the most popular candidate running for the People's Party of Canada—apart from its leader, Maxime Bernier. The Montreal-based lawyer spends most of his days recording YouTube videos for his more than 400,000 fans across YouTube, Twitter and other social platforms, who know him as "Viva Fr…
 
The Many Saints of Newark is a film prequel to The Sopranos. It takes place in the 1960s and ’70s, and part of Tony Soprano’s origin story is one of its secondary narratives. It opened in theaters last weekend and will run on HBOMax through October. And: The Closer is Dave Chappelle’s sixth and final (for now, at least) feature-length standup speci…
 
Host Simon Spungin is joined by Haaretz correspondent Ofer Aderet and Gideon Taylor, the head of the World Jewish Restitution Organization, to discuss the crisis between Israel and Poland over a new law that prevents Holocaust survivors from regaining property seized after World War II. PLUS: Adrian Hennigan discusses “Jewface” in Hollywood and on …
 
Interview with the ZOA's Liz Berney, ESQ., National Director of Research and Special Projects, discussing Iron Dome, Antisemitism in the Classroom, The Squad, and the Biden Administration's agenda on Israel, including their desire to open a Consulate in 'East Jerusalem' for the Arabs under the PA. Over the last few weeks, the radicals in Congress t…
 
This week’s Jewish News Podcast debates the belated sacking by Bristol University of David Miller, the professor who accused Jewish students of being “pawns of a racist regime engaged in ethnic cleansing”. Joining presenter Richard Ferrer are Baroness Ruth Deech, chief executive of Campaign Against Antisemitism,Gideon Falter and president of Bristo…
 
Israeli PM Naftali Bennett reveals the Mossad's latest attempt to unearth information in a mystery that has haunted Israel for 35 years. We are joined by New York Times journalist Ronen Bergman to discuss the frustrating and futile search for missing Israeli Airman Ron Arad. In Hollywood – actress and comedian Sarah Silverman ignites a debate about…
 
From our favorite songs and movies, to Shakespeare and Maya Angelou, we regularly quote others in our daily lives. This hour, we talk about famous quotations and misquotations, and discover why some quotations endure through history, while others don’t. Plus, why is Mark Twain misquoted so often? GUESTS: Elizabeth Knowles - Editor of The Oxford Dic…
 
COVID is no match for the enduring power of the handshake. It has survived cholera, the 1918 pandemic, and Donald Trump’s lengthy grip. It has thrived when other shakes, snaps, and pats have failed, such as the penis handshake and the beard-and-pat. The handshake is our most enduring symbol of egalitarianism and brotherhood. It has helped elect pol…
 
On Oct. 6, in a downtown park in Toronto, a ceremony was held to unveil a new plaque commemorating the Phillips garment factory fire of 1950. The plaque was installed near the site where 9 people were killed more than 70 years ago. Among the victims was the factory’s owner, Phillip Chikofsky. His 18-year-old son, Sidney, managed to escape—but ran b…
 
Kamala seemed to validate the notion that Israel is guilty of ethnic genocide. Now she is trying to mop it up. PLUS: The “Build Back Better” bill should be called 'Bankrupt the Kids'. It is a socialist wish list of wasteful programs that include free child care, free college, child tax credits, climate incentives, Medicare expansion, and more. Yet …
 
Last week, Israel's prime minister, Naftali Bennett, made his debut on the world stage at the United Nations General Assembly. Bennett has just passed the 100-day mark of his administration, after his coalition came together in June. How has Bennett's government fared in those hundred-odd days? Canada's former ambassador to Israel, Vivian Bercovici…
 
During his remarkable career with the Boston Red Sox, Ted Williams earned many nicknames: The Kid, The Splendid Splinter, Teddy Ballgame… but the only nickname that he ever wanted was “the greatest hitter who ever lived.” And maybe he really was? He’s baseball’s all-time leader in on-base percentage, and he’s second behind only Babe Ruth in both sl…
 
Canada's estimated 9,000 Jewish post-secondary students have been back at school for barely more than a month—and while things are quieter so far, the culture of rising antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment has not gone away. Just this summer, a student living in a residence dorm at the University of British Columbia had her mezuzah damaged twice,…
 
We’ve been doing these almost weekly shows where we don’t book any guests, where we fill the hour with your calls. The last few times, we haven’t even started with the suggestion of a topic that your calls might, potentially, be about. And those shows have been fun. So we’re doing that again. In other words: Give us a call during the 1 p.m. EDT hou…
 
On this week's episode, we dive into the fascinating phenomenon of Afrikaners who were born and raised as Christians in South Africa, yet decided to become Jews and make aliyah to Israel. Judy Maltz and host Amir Tibon present their voices and stories. In addition, former lawmaker Stav Shaffir, the chairwoman of Israel's Green Party, talks about he…
 
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