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At UCI the Israeli Ambassador encountered a major protest from radical Arab students. Hear the inside story of that confrontation and ask what can we learn from that experience.
What is belief in G-d. Where to faith begin and knowledge end.
Tanya Study
A study session examining Tanya, the central text of Chabad Chassidism, as a means for creating the appropriate mental focus for prayer.
A symposium with Ari Goldman of Columbia, formerly with the NY Times, Ami Eden, editor of the JTA and Rabbi David Eliezrie
The Case of Gilad Shailt
Rabbi David Eliezrie discusses the various opinions regarding the halachic obligation or prohibition regarding the ransom of captives.
Celebrating Shabbat
More than the Jewish people have kept the Shabbat, the Shabbat has kept the Jewish people. Join Mrs. Stella Eliezrie, in this guided trip to celebrating Shabbat in your home.
The potential ban on circumcision in an American city raises many disturbing questions. What does it mean for the future of Jewish freedom in the U.S.? Who is behind it, and what liberties will be lost next?
What comes first - Our Nationality or our Jewishness?
What comes first - our nationality or our Jewishness? Weaving his trademark wit, powerful questions, and some compelling anecdotes about the Pope and Nelson Mandela's dealings with rabbis.
The beginnings of the Chabad movement in America
Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie, shares fascinating stories about the beginnings of the Chabad movement in America. This captivating lecture gives the inside story about how Chabad gained its footing in the United States.
The Mixed Blessings of “The American Dream”
A century ago, Jewish immigrants arrived on these shores in quest of hope and opportunity. Along the way, they lost much of their Jewish identity. Can we have the best of both worlds?
For centuries Jews have looked to strike a balance between their identity and the society they live in. Should we assimilate into it or put up walls and withdraw, or can we find a balance between the two?
The Halachic Perspective
What hope is there for peace and in the modern land of Israel? How can Jewish tradition help us understand this complex issue.
How does one cope and nurture faith when tragedy strikes? How are we to respond to the suffering of others? Can faith and suffering go hand in hand?
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