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Mega Kids Shabbat Party

Saturday, June 1st, 10:30 am Chabad Chayil, 2601 NE 211 Terr. Miami, FL 33180

Inviting all children (and parents!) to a Mega Kids Shabbat Party! Celebrating all of those who have a birthday in the Hebrew month of Sivan! Everyone is invited so please join us for Tefillah, Treats, Games, and Special Entertainment!

RSVP at www.ChabadChayil.org/3825418

Learn about your Jewish birthday at http://www.chabadchayil.org/birthday

Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios Ch798. DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from May 19-25 Posted by Edith Samers on 05/04/2019 @ 10:22 PM

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92Y: Jonathan Sacks - Extremism

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of the UK and author of "Not In God's Name," discusses "altruistic evil" and the need to confront religious violence and intolerance in our times. L'Chayim: Transcending Loss Tonight (Sunday) - 8pm & 1:30am; Monday - 10pm & 4am; Wednesday - 10:30am; Friday - 8pm & 1am; Saturday - 3pm

AIPAC 2019: Nikki Haley

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley addresses the 2019 AIPAC National Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. Monday - 9:40am & 5:10pm

Jewish Cinematheque-Sasson Gabay

Veteran Israeli actor Sasson Gabay discusses playing the lead role in "The Band's Visit" in both the movie (for which he won an Israeli Ophir Award) and as a replacement for Tony Shalhoub in the Tony Award winning Broadway production. With Eric Goldman. Monday - 7:30pm; Tuesday - 2am; Wednesday - 1:30pm

AZM: Uri Regev-Religious Diversity

Israeli Reform Rabbi Uri Regev (CEO of Hiddush - For Religious Freedom and Equality) discusses the challenge of creating a unified State of Israel that is both Jewish and democratic.At the 2019 American Zionist Movement Biennial Assembly in NYC. Monday - 8pm & 1am; Wednesday - 2pm; Saturday - 8pm & 2am

L'Chayim: Miss Israel (Titi)

"Titi" Aynaw discusses her journey from her hometown in Ethiopia to aliyah to Israel, to serving in the IDF, to becoming the first Ethiopian Miss Israel in 2013. Today (Sunday) - Noon & 6pm; Monday - 3pm

L'Chayim: Abe Foxman, Pt 1

Abe Foxman, who had a 50 year career with the ADL and served for 28 as its National Director, reflects upon his extraordinary story of survival -- becoming a "Hidden Child" cared for by his Polish Christian Nanny, who after the war bitterly fought Abe's natural parents for custody Monday - 9pm & Midnight; Tuesday – 3pm

L'Chayim: Abe Foxman, Pt 2

In part two, Abe Foxman discusses the way in which critique in the Jewish community has become a "blood sport;" the controversies over his successor, Jonathan Greenblatt; and controversy over "inclusiveness" in the Jewish community and J Street. Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight; Wednesday - 3pm

For Lag B’Omer Jewish 101-Not Good To Be Alone

What is the first evil of human existence and what is at the heart of being a complete human being? These are questions addressed in the Jewish reading of Genesis Chapter 2 in an ongoing study of Jewish values. Wednesday - 9am & 4:30pm

Talmud: Marriage

"Eight Blessings One Wedding," on the theme of marriage as found in Talmud tractates Kesuvos 7 and 8, is presented by Rabbi Mordechai Becher on this episode of JBS's "Dimensions of the Daf," an original series on Talmud study. Wednesday - 7:40pm & 4:30am

Finding A Mate - Neil Maron (UTJ)

Clinical psychologist and family therapist Neil Maron contrasts the idea of B'shert and the importance of being open-minded in dating. From the Union for Traditional Judaism's "Finding Love in the Jewish Community." At Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, NY. Wednesday - 8:20pm & 5:20am

Online Dating

Marc Goldmann, founder of Jewish online dating service "Saw You At Sinai," discusses the role of online dating in finding a mate. From the Union for Traditional Judaism's "Finding Love in the Jewish Community." At Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, NY.
Thursday - 7:30pm & 4am; Friday - 4:30am

Timeless: Love, Morgenthau & Me

Pulitzer Prize-winner Lucinda Franks discusses her new memoir, "Timeless: Love, Morgenthau and Me" with her husband, former Manhattan D.A. Robert M. Morgenthau, and former CBS News anchor Dan Rather. At The Skirball Center of Temple Emanu-El in NYC. Thursday - 8pm & 1am; Friday - 2pm

L'Chayim: Love for Lag B'Omer Dr. Aaron Ben Ze'ev, former President of the University of Haifa, professor of philosophy and author of "Love Online", sits to discuss the psychology of love. Thursday 9pm and Midnight; Friday 3pm

UTJ: Shidduch (Marriage) Crisis

Sharon Weiss-Greenberg (Exec. Dir, Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance) discusses her research on Orthodox Jews' feelings towards dating. From the Union for Traditional Judaism's "Finding Love in the Jewish Community." Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, NY. Thursday - 10pm; Friday - 2am

For Memorial Day UTJ: Shidduch (Marriage) Crisis

Sharon Weiss-Greenberg (Exec. Dir, Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance) discusses her research on Orthodox Jews' feelings towards dating. From the Union for Traditional Judaism's "Finding Love in the Jewish Community." Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, NY. Thursday - 10pm; Friday - 2am

PREMIER Kabbalat Shabbat Service from the Hampton Synagogue

JBS presents the Kabbalat Shabbat Service from Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton, New York, one of the premiere modern Orthodox synagogues on the American Jewish scene, with founding Rabbi Marc Schneier, Cantor Netanel Hershtik and Maestro Izchak Haimov and the Hampton Synagogue choir. Friday Night - 7pm

Central Synagogue Services

Following the Kabbalat Shabbat Service, JBS will televise Friday Night Services from New York's Central Synagogue, one of the leading Reform synagogues in America. Friday Night - 7:35pm & 11pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel

Summer Fun: 9 Tips on How to Throw a Delicious Outdoor Party

Delicious Outdoor Party

When summer rolls around, it’s time to hit the outdoors and make some fun. Here’s your guide to throwing an outdoor party your friends won’t stop talking about.

Summer is coming and with this, you need to prepare yourself for the scorching months. Here are some useful summer tips that can prepare you for the hot months. You may find little entertainment this month due to the blazing sun that shows up every day. However, there are some ideas that can be incorporated to make your summer amazing.

You can make use of some outdoor party ideas for your friends. If you are already planning an outdoor party then we can help you with organizing one.

How to Have an Amazing Outdoor Party?

Though summer gives you a break from chilly weather it comes with many health problems like dehydration, stomach upset, heat stroke, sun exposure, etc. These useful health tips can benefit you in this hot weather.

There are a number of summer party ideas that can help you in arranging an amazing party for your friends. Following our outdoor party ideas can help you in organizing an unforgettable one.

1. Do You Have a Date?

Before you even decide about the theme or venue, you must have a date in your mind. This would help you in having an idea about guests as well as in arranging victuals for the party.

Make sure you check the availability of your friends before you start making arrangements.

2. Do You Have Plenty of Friends?

Well, you need to have friends in order to have a fun party. Call your old friends and have a little reunion.

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3. Choose a Theme for the Party

For an amazing outdoor party, you need to come up with a theme that is fun and can be followed. Call your friends and discuss it with them. If you are having a mixed party then you can experiment with the theme.

A pizza stone grill will add to any theme. Check out how to cook pizzas with a stone grill for super tasty treats for your guests.

However, if it is a segregated party then you can have the freedom to choose whatever you want to.

4. Backyard Fun Ideas

Make sure you make use of the things that you already have. A backyard party is fun. You do not have to leave the place. You can have a summer backyard party by decorating your backyard.

You can call your friends and decide on a theme. Have tables arranged in the corner and ready to go for some mingling. As for food you can order pizza or whatever your friends agree on.

If you don't have a backyard, don't worry! You can throw a summer party without a backyard.

5. Arrange the Stuff You Will Need

There are a plethora of backyard summer parties ideas. If you do not have one then make use of the lawn. Get the stuff that you will need for the party. Have comfortable seats and all the eatables arranged on one table.

If your friends enjoy music then you can set the music system.

6. Make It a Game Night

You cannot have a party without games. Honestly, it gets boring when you only rely on eatables and music. You can bring the fun by having fun games at your outdoor party. You can set a board game.

This way you will be able to interact with people. To know more about events in the Jewish community or to post items visit us here.

7. Play with Water

This blazing sun can take all the fun away. If you want to make it certain that your party does not lack any fun element then add cold water. If you feel like your party is getting boring or your friends want to leave, you can turn the water on. Have some interesting water games or just play with the water to beat the heat. You can have the sprinklers on and just let your friends enjoy the hot weather.

Useful tip: You can ask your friends to bring spare clothing.

8. Do Not Make It Complicated

Outdoor party ideas are supposed to be simple and easy to follow. Do not follow an elaborated plan that can become uneasy at the end.

Just keep it simple. You need to have an optimum amount of food serving and let the guests help themselves. If you are taking charge of everything then there is a chance that you might not be able to enjoy the party.

Have all the things arranged at one table? Do not go overboard and arrange a buffet. Keep it simple so that your guests can enjoy. Balancing the workload is key to having a successful and fun outdoor party.

9. What to Do After the Party?

Well, to keep the fun going you need to think about the ways to keep it going even after the party is over. You can watch a movie with your friends or have long conversations. You can play games.

This way your friends will be able to enjoy the party even after it is over. Having a mess after the party is one of the dreading moments that you want to avoid. Cleaning together can also be fun.

Are You Ready to Plan the Party?

With these amazing ideas on your list, you are able to arrange an amazing party. Arranging an outdoor party can always be a tiring task but if you know exactly what to do you can do it easily.

These outdoor party ideas can help you have a blast. Make sure you make arrangements before the final day.

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Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios Ch798. DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from May 4-11 Posted by Edith Samers on 05/04/2019 @ 10:22 PM

For a complete and timely schedule, go to www.jbstv.org

L'Chayim: Woman of Valor

For Mother's Day, Sara Esther Crispe (TheJewishWoman.org) and Rabbi Jeffrey Segelman (Westchester Jewish Center) discuss Mark Pearlman's book, "More Precious than Pearls: A Prayer for the Women of Valor in Our Lives," recited on Shabbat. Today - 12 Noon and 6pm; Monday - 3pm

Mamadrama

With characteristic Jewish humor, iconic filmmakers Paul Mazursky, and Paul Bogart join Larry Peerce and actress Lainie Kazan in reflecting (with disarming candor) on their own Jewish mothers and how they influenced their on-screen portrayals. Tonight - 9pm and Midnight

92nd Street Y: Judy Gold

Comedian Judy Gold talks about her standup show, her Jewish mother, and life on the road as a female comic in conversation with entertainment journalist Eddy Friedfeld. Taped before a live audience at New York's 92nd Street Y. Today - 8pm; Monday - 2am and 10pm; Tuesday - 4am; Wednesday - 10:30am; Friday - 8pm; Saturday - 1am and 3pm

AZM: Israel on Campus

A workshop in ways to combat Israel-bashing on college campuses entitled "Promoting Zionism and Israel Engagement on Campus." With university leaders Leonard Saxe (Brandeis), Andrew Getraer (Rutgers), Yoni Nirenberg (LIU) at 2019 AZM Biennial in NYC. Tuesday - 7pm; Wednesday - 1am; Thursday - 1pm; Saturday - 7pm

In The News: Jack Rosen-Jewish Caucus

In the face of expressions of antisemitism in Congress, Jack Rosen, Chairman of the American Jewish Congress, explains why he advocates a "Jewish Caucus" in Congress to engage in negotiations with other Congressional groups. With Mark S. Golub. Monday - 6:30pm and 11:30pm; Tuesday - 3:30am, 8:30am and 12:30pm

Bronx Jewish Hall of Fame

The 4th annual inductions ceremony into the "Bronx Jewish Hall of Fame" including the Hon. Betty Weinberg Ellerin, Rabbi Levi Shemtov and Renee Wexler Taylor Bologna,. With remarks from Bronx Jewish Historical Initiative founder Howard Teich. Monday - 8pm; Tuesday - 1am; Thursday - 1am; Saturday - 8pm

L'Chayim: Miss Israel (Titi)

"Titi" Aynaw discusses her journey from her hometown in Ethiopia to aliyah to Israel, to serving in the IDF, to becoming the first Ethiopian Miss Israel in 2013. L'Chayim with Mark S. Golub. Wednesday - 9pm and Midnight; Thursday - 3pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel

The Experience of a LIFETIME

Miami Diller Teen Fellows: Apply TODAY!

"During my time in Israel with Diller, I met many people from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds that I was able to form life-long friendships with, and was able to have complex and personal conversations about the different aspects of Judaism, Israel, and everything it entails."

--Joshua Balila, Diller Cohort 4

The Diller Teen Fellows program is an immersive leadership program inviting a select group of Jewish 10th and 11th graders from 6 continents and 32 city-centers to step up, lead their communities, and repair the world. Each year, over 600 teens – from North America, South Africa, Australia, South America, Europe and Israel spend 12 months engrossed in the Diller fellowship. Our training features a commitment to hands-on Tikkun Olam (community service), building a connection to the Jewish people and Israel, and deepening Jewish identity.

The depth of the program, global engagement, and a focus on experiential learning, create an enduring impact on participants and their families, creating leaders with the power to enact change. The teens graduate from the program to join the ranks of thousands of alumni, studying at top universities and leaving their mark on the world, leveraging the network of young leaders around the world that they establish through the program.

Diller is more just another Israel trip.

Through International Seminars, local workshops, Shabbatonim, and local programming throughout the fellowship year, teens really get to delve deeply into all the local and global Jewish community has to offer. Teens will actually work hand-in-hand with their Israeli peers all the while forming life-long friendships with other Diller teens from all over the world, establishing a network of diverse Jewish leaders committed to making the world a better place. These teens are part of something greater, and they feel it all through the program.

"Diller really helped me grow as an individual and a Jew. I was consistently pushed out of my comfort zone in workshops, shabbatonim, JCM (Jewish Community Mifgash), and ISS (Israel Summer Seminar). Throughout the year we focused on Diller's core values and really expanded my way of thinking and approaching new situations. In Israel, I was immersed in different cultures, ideas, and communities. I was able to make the most out of my experiences by tapping into the open mindedness and respect I learned through Diller."

--Rachel Thomas, Diller Cohort 5 Junior Counselor

Applications are open

Diller Teen Fellows Program, an international immersive leadership program, is seeking 20 extraordinary teens entering 10th or 11th grade for its next cohort beginning this Fall. Participants will attend a variety of meaningful and educational events, including Sunday workshops, thought-provoking weekend retreats, a peer-exchange with the Yerucham Diller Teens when they come to Miami, and an inspiring three-week seminar in Israel. For more information, visit dillermiami.org.

Applications are open through May 31st!

Apply now at dillermiami.org!

Federation Provides Assistance in Israel During Crisis

Between Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Hamas launched over 600 rockets and mortars at Israel from Gaza.

Greater Miami Jewish Federation funded overseas partner organizations responded immediately to the crisis.

Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios Ch798. DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from May 4-11

*For a complete and timely schedule, go to www.jbstv.org *

92Y: Israeli U.S. Amb. Ron Dermer Israel's Amb. to Washington, Ron Dermer, discusses a range of issues relating to the State of Israel in conversation with novelist and Director of the Forum on Law, Culture and Society. From the 92nd Street Y in NYC. Sunday - 8pm & 1:30am; Monday - 10pm & 4am; Wednesday - 10:30am; Friday - 8pm & 1am; Saturday - 3pm

AZM: Gil Troy-U.S. Zionism Historian and author Gil Troy (The Zionist Ideas) discusses "The Future of Zionism In America." From the 2019 American Zionist Movement Biennial Assembly, Unity and Community: Bringing Together the Many Voices of Zionism in New York City. Monday - 8pm & 1am; Wednesday - 2pm; Saturday - 8pm & 1:30am

ITN: Poway Murder - Thane Rosenbaum JBS President Mark S. Golub offers his commentary on the horrific murder of Lori Gilbert-Kaye and the wounding of three others in a Chabad synagogue on Passover, and novelist Thane Rosenbaum (Director of Forum On Law Culture and Society) shares his reaction to the tragedy. Sunday- 8:30am

FOR YOM HAZIKARON - DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

L'Chayim: Esther Wachsman Esther Wachsman, mother of kidnapped Israeli soldier, Nachshon Wachsman, talks about the failed rescue attempt to save her son's life and the painful dilemma Israel confronts when it must decide when to trade imprisoned Palestinians for Israeli soldiers. Tuesday - 3pm

L'Chayim: Israel Sorrow/Heroism Miriam Peretz ("Miriam's Song") describes her experience as a mother who lost two sons in the war with Palestinians while each was serving in the IDF's elite Golani Brigade - and how she has transcended her sorrow.

Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight

Yom HaZikaron Siren Join symbolically with the People of Israel as the Jewish nation stands in silence during a one minute of a national siren at 8pm Israel time (1pm New York time) and during for two minutes the next day at 11am Israel time.
(JBS will also sound the siren at 8pm and 11am New York time in solidarity with Israel.) Tuesday - 1pm & 8pm ; Wednesday - 4am

Natan Alterman's "The Silver Platter" - recited by Mike Burstyn Natan Alterman's 1947 poem The Silver Platter, traditionally read in Israel for Yom HaZikaron, is recited by Israeli star of stage, screen and television Mike Burstyn. Following Sound of Siren

FOR YOM HAATZMAUT - ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY

Hero Of 1948 War Joe Aboudi, an 18-year old member of the Palmach in 1948, recounts how he helped stop the Egyptian advance in the Negev during the days leading up to Israel's War of Independence. Monday - 9pm & Midnight

L'Chayim: Operation Aliyah Bet Murray Greenfield, founder of Gefen Publishing and author of The Jews' Secret Fleet, describes his participation in the naval operation know as "The Exodus," which smuggled Holocaust survivors into pre-state Palestine in defiance of the British naval blockade. Wednesday - 3pm

Witness To Statehood For Israel's independence day, fifth generation Sabra Rochelle Etingin recounts her experience as a young girl growing up in Israel during the birth of the Jewish State of Israel. Wednesday - 9pm & Midnight; Thursday - 3pm

L'Chayim: Abba Eban In a L'Chayim classic for Yom Ha'atzmaut, Abba Eban z"l (1915-2002), best known for his years of service to Israel in the UN, recounts his involvement in the Zionist dream and the dramatic moments leading up to the creation of the modern Jewish State. Thursday - 9pm & Midnight; Friday - 3pm

L'Chayim: Commander Lebovitz Eugene Aryeh Lebovitz, commander of troops in Haifa during the 1948 War of Independence, reminisces about his survival at Auschwitz, his running the British blockade, and his ongoing work on behalf of Israel and Jewish life. Saturday - 6pm

LIVE THURSDAY – 6 pm CELEBRATING YOM HAATZMAUT Join JBS as Rabbi Mark S. Golub takes viewer phone calls and plays videos celebrating Israel Independence Day. LIVE Thursday - 6pm

Inside Israel Israel Inside: How a Small Nation Makes a Big Difference is Tal Ben-Shahar's documentary film that explores the positive characteristics of Israeli society from a humanistic, psychological, and emotional perspective. By Imagination Productions. Tuesday - 2pm; Saturday - 1pm

Jake Ehrenreich Show-Ron Eliran & Mamita Jake welcome Israel's Ambassador of Song Ron Eliran who performs some of his most well-known songs (including Sharm el Sheikh), and Vanessa Hidary (The Hebrew Mamita) who recites her powerful poem on Jewish identity. Jake also inducts Steve and Eydie (z"l) Gorme into the Catskills Hall of Fame. Sunday)- 10:30pm & 2:30am; Friday - 10:30am

Israel Journey A magical journey through the modern state of Israel, centered on the beauty, mystery, and spirituality of Jerusalem. "Berel Wein's Israel Journey: Jerusalem" is hosted by Wayne Kopping and was produced by the Destiny Foundation. Thursday - 10:30am; Saturday - 9pm & Midnight

Mordechai Becher: Talmud - "Our Historic Homeland"; Talmud - Promise of Aliyah" Sunday- 9am; Tuesday - 9am & 4:30pm; Thursday - 7pm & 4am

ITN: Poway Murder - Eye Witness Shimon Abitbul, Deputy Director of the Israeli Magen David Adom in Kiryath Shmonah, who was visiting his daughter in Poway, CA for his grandson's brit milah, describes the scene at the Chabad Synagogue during the murderous attack. Today (Sunday) - 5:30pm & 11:30pm; Monday - 3:30am, 8:30am & 12:30pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel

Repair the World Miami Fellowship Application for recent college grads

The Repair the World Fellowship is a unique 11 month opportunity for individuals ages 21 to 26 who are passionate about social justice, community engagement and meaningful service to recruit and engage the Jewish community to address issues of hunger and education access through volunteering. Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about real community change.

Repair the World will provide training, a living stipend, communal housing, and other perks. Fellows in Miami live in the Edgewater neighborhood.

Repair also seeks to build a community in which all people, including Jews and non-Jews of color, individuals with disabilities, from working-class backgrounds, and those who are transgender and gender non-conforming, find a supportive environment that is focused on their leadership.

To learn more and apply check out our website: fellows.werepair.org

If you have questions, please reach out to recruitment@werepair.org

Watch JBS on Atlantic Broadband Ch168, Hotwire Ch269, Fios Ch798. DirecTV Ch388, Roku under "educational" and streamed on jbstv.org from April 28-May 4

For a complete schedule, go to www.jbstv.org

92Y: Fauda (Issacharoff & Raz)

Avi Issacharoff and Lior Raz discuss their Israeli hit TV series "Fauda" which follows a commando unite operating on the West Bank and which airs in the United States on Netflix. With Tatiana Siegel (Hollywood Reporter) at the 92nd Street Y in NYC.
Sunday - 8pm & 2am; Monday - 10pm & 4am; Wednesday - 10:30am; Friday - 8pm & 1am; Saturday - 3pm

Deborah Lipstadt: On Antisemitism

Professor of Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at Emory University Deborah Lipstadt, author of Denying the Holocaust and Antisemitism: Here and Now, presents her view of antisemitism in America today. A program of The Streicker Center at Temple Emanu-El in NYC. (2019) Monday - 8pm & 1am; Wednesday - 2pm; Thursday - 10pm & 1am; Saturday - 7pm & 4am

L'Chayim: Singer Julie Budd

Cabaret star Julie Budd, who began her career at age 12 in the Catskills, discusses her Jewish identity and her feelings for Israel; and discusses her perspective as a successful performer and her relationship to Frank Sinatra. Monday - 9pm & Midnight; Tuesday - 3pm

Jake Ehrenreich Show-Ron Eliran

On the first Saturday night of May, Jake welcome Israel's Ambassador of Song Ron Eliran who performs some of his most well-known songs (including Sharm el Sheikh), and Vanessa Hidary (The Hebrew Mamita) who recites her powerful poem on Jewish identity. Jake also inducts Steve and Eydie (z"l) Gorme into the Catskills Hall of Fame. Saturday - 8pm & 1:30pm; Next Sunday - 10pm & 2am

On L’Chayim This Week

Tal Keinan - Jewish Future Sunday) - 6pm; Monday - 3pm

Ernie Michel z"l - Kristallnacht Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight; Wednesday - 3pm

Simon Wiesenthal z"l - Nazi Hunter Wednesday - 9:30pm & 12:30am; Thursday - 3:30pm

Elie Wiesel z"l - At 85 Thursday - 9pm & Midnight; Friday - 3pm

Yaakov Daniel - Star of Fauda Saturday - 6pm

ITN: NYU Awards SJP (Tuchman)

Susan Tuchman, Dir. of the Center for Law & Justice of the Zionist Organization of America, responds to the decision of NYU to give a Presidential Service Award to the BDS campus organization Students For Justice in Palestine (SJP). Sunday - 8:30am & 5:30pm

ITN: New Israeli Government?

The political correspondent for the Times of Israel, Haviv Retig Gur, discusses the political landscape in Israel as Benjamin Netanyahu is asked to form his fifth coalition government. Sunday - 11:30pm & 3:30pm; Monday - 8:30am & 12:30pm

For Yom HaShoah (all in Eastern Daylight Time)

Sunday

Film: Auschwitz Escape - 9pm; Film: Eagles Over Auschwitz - 10:02pm

TUESDAY

9am - Talmud: Morality In The Shoah; 7pm- Stories of a Survivor (Moshe Avital); 8pm - Buried By The NY Times (Leff); 8:30pm - Kristallnacht: Lessons Forgotten (Thane Rosenbaum); 9pm - Ernie Michel: Kristallnacht; 10pm - Kristallnacht 75th Anniversary

WEDNESDAY

9am - Jewish 101: Is it God's Fault?; 6:30pm - Why Yom HaShoah; 7pm - Yom HaShoah Commemoration; 8pm - Anne Frank's Stepsister; 9pm - Elie Wiesel's Night; 9:30pm - Simon Wiesenthal; 10pm - Jewish Cinema: Six Million & One

THURSDAY

9am - Holocaust Archive; 9:30am - Holocaust Museum; 7pm - Talmud: Morality In The Shoah; 8pm - Children of the Holocaust; 9pm - Elie Wiesel at 85

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