Dec 2, 2023
This week we sat down and spoke with Yossi Landau from ZAKA.
Founded in 1995, Zaka's volunteers arrive at the scene with one mission: to recover the bodies of those who die in an unnatural way.
In Judaism, a person must be buried whole.
ZAKA's crews work tirelessly to recover as many body parts as they can from the...
Nov 25, 2023
Just a few short years ago Elke Pollak found herself in the battle of her life. With Herself.
Elke had just had a beautiful baby boy and while everyone around her was so joyful, her world was falling apart.
This is Elke's story of resilience and perserverance.
Elke has since started an organization to help those...
Nov 18, 2023
Raised in a secular home in Las Vegas, Shawn Balva was the star quarterback of his high school football team who dreamt of going pro. After dabbling with violence and crime, he lost control and spiraled into a life of desperation and addiction. Shawn was arrested for armed robbery and sentenced to prison at the age...
Nov 11, 2023
Dolly Rabinowitz was born in Berehove (then Czechoslovakia, now Ukraine) to a rabbinical family. When she was 19, Dolly and her family were taken alongside the other Jews of the neighboring villages to the death camp of Auschwitz. From there she was forced to endure the barbaric cruelty of Auschwitz and the Death March...
Nov 4, 2023
Jewish people around the world are experiencing the traumatic effects of the aftermath of unimaginably horrific terror attacks in Israel.
With antisemitism on a shocking rise, Nachi takes to the streets of Times Square to discover how passersby feel about their Jewish identity in this special episode of the...