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Jewish Unity in the Face of Tragedy

Rabbi Dee made Aliyah with his family from London to Efrat. In April, his life changed dramatically when his wife Lucy, and daughters Maia and Rina were brutally murdered in a Palestinian Arab terrorist attack. Rabbi Dee has emerged as an inspiration, making the courageous decisions to donate his wife's organs and to take on […]


The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) is tightening the noose around Israel. It is the 'head of the snake' behind countless terror groups. What is their strategy and how should Israel and its allies confront the IRGC? Dr. Eric Mandel is the founder & Dirctor of MEPIN, the Middle East Political & Information Network. He […]

The only Aussie to found an ‘Israeli Settlement’

Michael Lourie made Aliyah from Australia and founded a community overlooking the Dead Sea n what the left calls the 'occupied West Bank'. Pnei Kedem, currently houses 70 families, including a Senior Cabinet Minister, is growing rapidly, and was formally approved this year. Michael was the subject of an ugly anti-Israel hit-piece from Australia's ABC […]

Standing for the Rights of Women & Children Moira Deeming MP

Moira Deeming is a member of the Victorian Parliament best known for her advocacy of women's and children's rights. She has been vilified publicly not just by the political left but also by the Victorian Liberal leadership. The attacks began after the "Let Women Speak" rally in Melbourne which was crashed by uninvited neo-Nazis. She […]

The Oslo Accords : 30 years of failure

On September 13, 1993, the Oslo Accords were signed on the White House lawn. Israel's heartland was divided into Areas A, B & C. The Accords promised peach. What was their legacy? With Hugh Kitson to introduce the premiere & Mordechai Kedar, renowned commentator on Arab issues.  

Rescuing Jewish Women from Arab Villages

Sometimes young Jewish women get into relationships with Arab men. When the women (as young as 15) are taken back to the village, they often become trapped in abusive relationships. These women are often disowned by theire families and have nobody. Yad L'Achim never gives up on them and rescues Jewish women and children from […]