Laws And Ethics Of War In Judaism (43:24)
How does Judaism justify war? What are Judaism’s laws for protecting civilians? Does it believe in enemy interrogation? Non-conventional weaponry? Peace treaties? Take a fascinating look at the laws and ethics that govern war in Judaism. This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe (67)
When Antisemitism Rears its Ugly Head (46:16)
American campuses are witnessing a startling upturn of antisemitism. What is going on? And what can we do to fight it? This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Dr. Tammi Benjamin (1)
A Conversation with Ambassador Danny Dayan (49:43)
As the Israeli Consul General to New York, Dayan is a leader and spokesperson for the international community. He is considered by many to be the face of the Israeli settlement movement. In a live interview, hear his role and perspective on Israel today. This conversation was featured at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat
Mr. Danny Dayan (2)
Are the Settlements a Violation of International Law? (36:06)
Professor Malvina Halberstam goes through three reasons why the so called "settlements" are in accordance with international law, using sources such as the Balfour Declaration, UN resolutions and the Oslo Accord to support her claim.
Professor Malvina Halberstam (1)
How UNRWA Perpetuates the Arab-Israeli Conflict (30:34)
UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) is meant to help refugees until they graduate that status, but when it comes to the “Palestinian problem” they aren’t doing that, and it’s because their definition of “refugees” includes descendants, so instead of just considering the 40,000 Arabs that were living in Israel between 1946 and 1948 as refugees, they include all their descendants as well, making the number go up to 5 million