The Frum View on Israeli Politics and Culture

Israel is a lovely country. Since it is in the Middle East, it has not been exempt from a turbulent political climate. Although many Israelis have great respect for Jewish values and culture, it is quite common to get caught up in the maelstrom of politics and lose sight of the bigger picture. This show attempts to take a step back and look at things from a calm point of view - in Hebrew, a "Mabat Ragu'a."

The Frum View on Israeli Politics and Culture


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I recorded this episode during Pesach and took a while to upload it, but here it is! Another interview with my friend Chaim Weizmann, where we discuss healthcare and other benefits Israelis enjoy... or issues they deal with, depending on how they view it :)

Our next episode will discuss the new Israeli government which was just sworn in today.

In this episode, I will be speaking with my friend in Israel, Chaim Weizmann (no relation to the first president of Israel) who will describe for me the state of affairs regarding coronavirus and the upcoming Israeli election.

New elections are coming up, while Biden finally called up Netanyahu. A flight ban is extended, and a rabbinic judge is suspended. NEW! This episode is available as a video on YouTube! Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Azd5-HddKs

More stuff on Covid-19, the USA presidential election, a Chareidi minister, and... 7-Eleven!

The residents of Meah Shearim gather to protest - and most of them don't know why. Minister Yuli Edelstein shortens the quarantine period from 14 to 12 days.

In this pilot episode of the podcast, I speak my mind and address the implications of Bennett's Instagram message to the LGBTQ community, as well as give a background for the religious view thereof.