Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren analyzes the origins, historical contexts, and current media coverage of the emergency in Israel, before rockets begin raining down near his home. A program of The Jewish Agency for Israel & JFNA.

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Rabbi David Rosen moderates a discussion with U.S. ambassadors to Bahrain, the UAE and the Sultanate of Oman in a program that celebrates the newfound ties between Israel and the Gulf Arab states.

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Join Jerusalem tour guides Aviv Wishkovsky and Dorit Graiver as they take you on a special Yom Yerushalayim tour of Jerusalem.

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One of the world’s leading experts on the Iranian regime Mark Dubowitz argues against Biden re-joining the JCPOA, explaining why it would be a dangerous mistake. A program of Honest Reporting Canada.

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Noted attorney Alyza Lewin speaks about the difficult challenges faced by Jewish students on campus today and what their legal recourse is if they are discriminated against because of their Zionism. A program of Alums for Campus Fairness.

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Soviet refusenik Natan Sharansky recounts his journey from gulag to triumph in Israel, discusses his relationship w/ Menachem Begin, and offers life lessons from his time in prison. From the Hidden Light Institute and Menachem Begin Heritage Center.

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How the climate crisis will affect the hot, dry climate of Israel in the coming decades is discussed by a panel of experts in a program of the JCPA, the Israel Consulate of New York and Hazon.

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Environmentalists address the global climate crisis and discuss a coherent and achievable path forward that Federations and Jewish organizations can use to tackle the challenges and opportunities the crisis presents. A program from the JFNA GA 2020.

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Former Israeli PM Ehud Barak addresses a range of topics including the Iranian nuclear threat, the new peace accords with several Arab states, the electoral stalemate and more during American University’s Amos Perlmutter Memorial Lecture.

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The field of medicine carries a great deal of power and privilege, and along with that come certain choices. In this program from the International March of the Living and partner organizations, explore how lessons of the Shoah have informed the choices made by healthcare professionals during the pandemic, and the implications of these choices […]

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