Monthly Archives: January 2016

Eldad Beck and Aviva Nash

This episode features an interview with Berlin Correspondent of Yediot Aharonot and author, Eldad Beck.  Also featured is a special report from the Leon Charney Resolution Center with Aviva Nash of the Drum Cafe. Original Broadcast Date: January 31, 2016

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Itai Anghel

This episode features Israeli television reporter, Itai Anghel. Anghel smuggled himself into Syria and, with Kurdish Rebels, went to the front lines of the war against ISIS.  Anghel discusses ISIS and the issues concerning the fight against ISIS and shares

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Katharina von Munster, Eva Fogelman, David Scott Paul

This episode features a discussion on psychology as it relates to Holocaust survivors and their families with guests Katharina von Munster, Communications Director of Action Reconciliation and Service For Peace, Social Psychologist and Author Eva Fogelman, and David Scott Paul,

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Nava Semel and Saul Mayzlish

This episode features author Saul Mayzlish interviewing Israeli author Nava Semel on her new book Song Of The Bible which has yet to be translated into English. Ms. Semel discusses her book and its relationship to the bible and our

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