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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 ...
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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 ...
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BIPACT (formerly Bipartisan Action Against Antisemitism) and Jewish TV Channel bring you the latest interviews, action alerts and commentary on the AIM Syndrome: Antisemitism, Israel-phobia and Miseducation. Join us and learn how to get involved! BIPACT CHANNEL ON JTVC: https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/bipact/ WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@jewishtvchannel383/videos
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Jessica Emami interviews Hope Iranian on the revolt of masses of Generation Z Iranians in the wake of Masha Amini’s death. Hope (not her real name) is an Iranian American teacher and human rights activist who became an activist after the September 2022 murder of 22 year old Mahsa Amini by the Iranian morality police, joining thousands of Generation…
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Jessica Emami interviews Asaf Eyal on his very public resignation from Columbia University’s School of Social Work where he served as a Field Instructor. After reporting disturbing mobs of antisemitic and anti-Zionist intimidation to administrators who did nothing to protect Jewish students, Asaf turned his diploma upside down and started a viral t…
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As a former South African who made Aliya, Jerusalem Correspondent Dani Rakoff shares his unique insight on the past, present and future of Jewish / South African relations. He shares his personal perspective on the Israel apartheid myth, and his concerns for the future safety of Jews living in South Africa. He also discusses his upcoming Israel Sol…
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Lauren Isaacs joins JTVC and helps ring in the new year in this special crossover episode of Talking Point / BIPACT News. She discusses her forthcoming show, Israel Right Now, the impact of war, antisemitism in Canada, and a preview of her first episode touring the Nova Music Festival memorial. Interview with Laura Kessler. Episode Page Talking Poi…
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FIGHTING WARS ON ALL FRONTS: Former AJC President David Harris talks to Education Analyst Naya Lekht about the multi-tier trauma of global war against the Jews, Hamas apologists on college campuses, and rays of hope when Jews unite. MAIN: https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/naya-lekht-interviews-former-ajc-president-david-harris/ BIPACT: www.Jewishtvch…
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Hollywood screenwriter and producer Dan Gordon speaks with JTVC and BIPACT correspondent Justine Brooke Murray over Dan's resignation from the Writers Guild of America over their failure to speak out and condemn the Hamas massacre. MAIN: https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/hollywood-hypocrisy-why-a-veteran-screenwriter-resigned-from-the-writers-guild/ …
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Dr. Jessica Emami joins Laura Kessler and the JTVC team as Middle East / Iranian Analyst, and helps break down how Iran is manipulating its proxies against Israel in the Middle East. Talking Point / BIPACT crossover episode. https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/bipact/ https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/bipactradio/ https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/jessicae…
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Israel At War Jerusalem Correspondent Dani Rakoff speaks with Laura Kessler about how Israelis and their children are coping after the October 7 Hamas Massacre, national unity, how they feel about U.S. support, and how supporters in the Diaspora can help. BIPACT CHANNEL ON JTVC: https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/bipact/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.c…
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JTVC Education Analyst Naya Lekht sits down with Colonel Richard Kemp for a candid discussion about anti-Zionist propaganda. This interview was conducted mere hours before the horrific events of October 7, 2023. Although much has happened since then, Colonel Kemp's vast experience on the battlefield continues to inform how Jews can win the narrativ…
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Amcha Initiative Director Tammi Rossman-Benjamin and BIPACT Campus Correspondent Andrew Pessin discuss new disturbing ethnic studies curriculum requirements that promote heavy biases against Israel and foment antisemitism in education. BIPACT CHANNEL ON JTVC: https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/bipact/ WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@j…
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Professor Jeffrey Lax joins Andrew Pessin to discuss the rapid descent of the City University of New York, in recent years, into institutionalized antisemitism. BIPACT CHANNEL ON JTVC: https://www.jewishtvchannel.com/bipact/ WATCH VIDEO ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@jewishtvchannel383/videos Help BIPACT and JTVC fight the AIM Syndrome: Antis…
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Pius XII has long been criticised for failing to act as Jews were being rounded up across Europe and on his doorstep. The Vatican says new papers released in recent years go some way to absolving him but historian David Kertzer tells Michael Daventry there was much more he could have doneJewish News tarafından oluşturuldu
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After Boris Johnson announced the end to coronavirus restrictions, we examine the measures community institutions are taking to keep everyone safe. Joining this week’s podcast are, Daniel Carmel-Brown, chief executive of Jewish Care, Rabbi Alex Chapper, of Elstree and Borehamwood United Synagogue, Liberal Judaism’s chief executive officer, Rabbi Ch…
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A far-right Israeli politician visits London and is unexpectedly denounced by Britain's largest Jewish communal body, with reverberations around the world. Jewish News foreign editor Michael Daventry discusses a bewildering week with Jerusalem Post editor Yaakov Katz, Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum and Dov Ben-Shimon from the Jewish Fed…
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The Queen will become the first Monarch to serve for 70 years on 5 February. In this special episode, we examine her relations with country and community with ITV Royal Editor Chris Ship, former Buckingham Palace aide Zaki Cooper, long-time investiture photographer to Her Majesty Charles Green and David Ereira, honorary president of Norwood. Hosted…
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Israel will probably never send troops to help Jews in distress like it once did in Entebbe, according to the country’s diaspora minister Nachman Shai, but there’s plenty to do for non-Israeli Jews. In his first major UK interview since becoming Israel’s diaspora minister he talks to Michael Daventry about soaring antisemitism, the prospects for Pa…
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In the week Poland fired Jaroslaw Marek Nowak, its envoy to the Jewish community, for comments he made in a Jewish News interview, Michael Daventry explores the reasons behind his dismissal, his achievements during his six months in the role and the prospects for the future. With Polish journalist Karol Darmoros, Sebastian Rejak from the American J…
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From the Gaza conflict and weddings during lockdown, to the return of Louise Ellman to Labour and the 50th anniversary of Fiddler on the Roof, we look back over a hectic year at home and abroad. Guests include foreign editor Mike Daventry, political editor Lee Harpin, executive editor (features) Brigit Grant, editor and co-publisher Richard Ferrer …
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In his first interview since revelations emerged about hateful comments he’d made on social media a decade ago, former Yorkshire cricketer and racism whistleblower Azeem Rafiq told Jewish News how he will make amends over his antisemitic remarks. He tells us how he’d had little contact with Jews as a youngster and promised to now use his platform t…
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Following shocking footage of antisemitic chanting by West Ham fans, a conviction for a Chelsea supporter who shared vile social media posts, and the racism row engulfing Yorkshire County Cricket Club, we look at the issue of intolerance in sport. Guests on this week's episode include writer and lifelong Chelsea supporter Ivor Baddiel, chair of the…
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We all know people can be nasty online, and that for Jews a lot of that nastiness quickly turns into hate. But shouldn't social media companies be doing more to deal with it? Or is it time for governments to order them to do it? Michael Daventry explores why antisemitism is flourishing online with the Anti-Defamation League’s Jonathan Greenblatt, I…
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The Discussion Continues on the Future of the Jewish People by three Israeli Visionaries. Part IIThis discussion was originally held in 2007 but is still very relevant today. During these intervening years Dr. Yitzhaq Hayut-Man, Moshe Dror, and Yoram Getzler have since passed.Menachem AlexenbergMel Alexenberg is an artist who creates artworks at th…
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Discussion on the Future of the Jewish People by three Israeli Visionaries. Part IThis discussion was originally held in 2007 but is still very relevant today. During these intervening years Dr. Yitzhaq Hayut-Man, Moshe Dror, and Yoram Getzler have since passed.Menachem AlexenbergMel Alexenberg is an artist who creates artworks at the interface bet…
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As communities around the world prepare to mark Lord Sacks’ first yahrzeit, we examine his impact and legacy with the former Foreign Secretary David Miliband, South Africa’s Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein, CEO of the Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust Joanna Benarroch and Alan Sacks, the legendary leader’s brother.…
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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.…
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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…
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Jerusalem deputy mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum and former Bahrain Ambassador to the US Houda Nonoo reflect on the first year of the Abraham Accords and what's still to come. We also hear from former defence secretary Liam Fox about his decision to head a new UK group to promote the Accords. Hosted by Mike Daventry…
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Three Jewish New Yorkers - emergency services volunteer Benjamin Diamond, Twin Towers office worker Ari Schonbrun and Rabbi Joseph Potasnik - recount their memories of September 11, 2001, a day that changed their world. Hosted by Michael DaventryJewish News tarafından oluşturuldu
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With the High Holy Days returning to a semblance of normality but Covid still very much with us, Rabbis Alex Chapper, Debbie Young-Sommers and Alby Chai discuss what shul-goers can expect and the impact of this unprecedented period. Hosted by Francine WolfiszJewish News tarafından oluşturuldu
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The Polish government says historians are getting it wrong about the Holocaust. It’s using its hold over parliament and the courts to push its own narrative — which has even caused the worst diplomatic spat with Israel in history. Is it possible to change course now? With Professor Jan Grabowski, Lord Pickles, Nadav Eyal and Baroness Deech…
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Is the growing political left-right divide rendering our community unleadable? Joining host Richard Ferrer to debate this week’s Jewish News front page investigation into Anglo-Jewry’s future direction are Yachad director Hannah Weisfeld, Labour councillor and member of the Board of Deputies’ defence division Nathan Boroda and former Zionist Federa…
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Danny Stone, CEO of the Antisemitism Policy Trust, Benjamin Cohen, CEO of Pink News and Imran Ahmad, founding CEO of the Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) join host, Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer, to discuss this week’s shocking CCDH report which found Facebook, Twitter and TikTok ignore 84% of reported anti-Jewish racism on their platf…
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Charedi anti-extremism activist Yehudis Fletcher, Bristol university lecturer Dr Karen Skinazi, Organisation for the Resolution of Agunot CEO Keshet Starr and journalist Naomi Nakam discuss new Netflix hit series My Unorthodox Life. The panel is chaired by Jewish News’ Brigit GrantJewish News tarafından oluşturuldu
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A month after unprecedented sectarian violence and as an Arab party looks set to enter government for the first time, Yarden Leal of the Peres Centre for Peace and activist Saed Barhum join Abraham Initiatives co-exec director Amnon Be'eri Sulitzeanu and Jewish News foreign editor to discuss the future of Jewish-Arab relations in Israel.…
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