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Saturday, October 24, 2020

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The David Suissa Podcast

Pandemic Times Episode 98: Who Won the Final Debate?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Reflections on the presidential debate and the rhythms of the Jewish tradition. How do we manage our lives...

Pandemic Times Episode 97: The hidden threat to America’s future

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Reflections on the rise in chronic victimhood and the implications for America. How do we manage our lives...

Pandemic Times Episode 96: Let There Be Darkness and Light

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Reflections on the first Torah portion of the year, and the pandemic dance between darkness and light. How...

Pandemic Times Episode 95: The Limits of Politics

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Why politics and the outside world can't bring us true happiness. How do we manage our lives during...

Pandemic Times Episode 94: How Do We Dance in Times of Crisis?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. With Simchat Torah around the corner, reflections on finding joy in times of isolation. How do we manage...

Pandemic Times Episode 93: What Happens To Us When Too Much Is Happening?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. As crises converge and climax, how do we keep our balance and sanity? How do we manage our...

Pandemic Times Episode 92: As the 2020 Madness Continues, Sukkot Arrives

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. What role can the festival of Sukkot play during these days of turmoil? How do we manage our...

Pandemic Times Episode 91: Gaining Strength During Holidays

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. How Jewish holidays offer ideal "timeouts" for healing and growth. How do we manage our lives during the...

Pandemic Times Episode 90: Yom Kippur in a Pandemic Can Be Our Most Meaningful

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Reflections from Rabbi Mordecai Finley on going deep on Judaism's holiest day. How do we manage our lives...

Pandemic Times Episode 89: Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg

New David Suissa Podcast Every Tuesday and Friday. Reflections on the life and legacy of a Jewish and American hero. How do we manage our lives...

Pandemic Times Episode 88: Words of Light for Rosh Hashanah

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Excerpts of inspiring messages from community leaders. How do we manage our lives during the coronavirus crisis? How...

Pandemic Times Episode 87: Shmuel Rosner on the Big Day at the White House

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. The implications of today's peace signings between Israel and two more Arab countries. How do we manage our...

Pandemic Times Episode 86: Israeli Firefighters Come to Help

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. A conversation with the head of the Israeli team Itzik Oz and Consul General Hillel Newman. How do...

Pandemic Times Episode 85: Can the Pandemic Era Deplete Us?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Why the COVID-19 crisis is so difficult to manage and how best to approach it. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 84: The Value of Testing for Genetic Diseases

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. A conversation with Hillary Regelman, director of national outreach for JScreen. Hillary has been with the program...

Pandemic Times Episode 83: Brooke Goldstein on a Jewish Civil Rights Movement

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. The founder of The Lawfare Project discusses a new initiative, "End Jew Hatred," to rally Jewish grassroots around...

Pandemic Times Episode 82: Countdown to Elections. The Plot Thickens.

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Reflections on how to manage our lives and our minds during a very uncivil election season. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 81: Does Creativity Have a Role to Play During the Pandemic?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. A freewheeling conversation with creative guru Gary Wexler on making the most during times of crises. How do...

Pandemic Times Episode 80: Things Are Heating up in America

 New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Reflections on the Democratic Convention, the unraveling of New York City and other urgent matters. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 79: Shmuel Rosner on the UAE Deal

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Jewish Journal political editor talks about the UAE deal and what it means for the future of...

Pandemic Times Episode 78: How Big Is the UAE Deal?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Consul General of Israel to the Pacific Southwest Hillel Newman discusses a major development in the Middle...

Pandemic Times Episode 77: How Candid Should We be in Times of Crises?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Reflections on how to approach a confluence of crises making us all dizzy. How do we manage our...

Pandemic Times Episode 76: Jason Greenblatt on the Elusive Dream of Mideast Peace

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. A conversation with the former Mideast envoy on the dreams and harsh realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. How...

Pandemic Times Episode 75: What is the Secret to Jewish Resiliency?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Reflections on the worsening times and how the Jewish approach to resiliency can guide us. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 74: A Test of Jewish Resiliency

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Rabbi Nicole Guzik shares her thoughts on "opting in" to communal life during these pandemic times. How do...

Pandemic Times Episode 73: How do We Handle Two Major Crises at Once?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Reflections on the clash between a crisis of the body (COVID-19) and a crisis of the soul...

Pandemic Times Episode 72: What Kind of World are we Heading into?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. A conversation with a millennial about the chaos, the light and the unpredictable future. How do we manage...

Pandemic Times Episode 71: Elevating the conversation on Israel

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Benjamin Anthony, co-founder of the Miryam Institute, discusses the complexities of Israel and moving the conversation forward. How...

Pandemic Times Episode 70: Dealing with Anti-Semitism

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. A conversation with a millennial on combatting the world's oldest hatred. How do we manage our lives during...

Pandemic Times Episode 69: What does the rise of Anti-Americanism mean for the Jews?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Monday and Friday. Reflections on the connection between Anti-Americanism and Anti-Semitism. How do we manage our lives during the coronavirus crisis?...

New Articles

U.S. and Bahrain Agree to MOU Saying Anti-Zionism is Anti-Semitism

On October 23, the United States and Bahrain signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that included a statement about anti-Zionism being anti-Semitism. The MOU stated...

Israeli Arabs Remain Divided Over Normalization Deals with Gulf States

JNS — The Joint Arab List was alone in voting against the normalization deal with the United Arab Emirates in the Knesset, upsetting many...

Report: Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Rose 18% in LA County

According to the report, the number of anti-Semitic hate crimes in the county in 2019 was 93; in 2018, that number was 79. The report noted that the 93 instances is the largest number of anti-Semitic hate crimes that the county has recorded since 2009.

In a Striking Move, State Department Plans to Label 3 Large Human Rights Groups as Anti-Semitic

WASHINGTON (JTA) — In an unusual move, the State Department is planning to formally identify three large international human rights organizations as anti-Semitic, citing...

Amid Middle East Peace Deals, Israel and the US Reassert Commitment to Israel’s ‘Qualitative Military Edge’

(JTA) — The United States’ commitment to Israel’s “qualitative military edge” — or having the strongest armed forces in the Middle East — is...

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