The Message of Yom Yerushalayim. The Very Special Impact of Native English Speakers Living in Israel on Israeli Society, on Jewish History, and on Jews Living Outside of Israel Beginning in the Late 1960s as a Result of Their Dual Identities
- 1 hr 35 min 25 sec
Venue: YU Wilf Campus
Two sides of the coin of Jerusalem: Bava Kama 97b. R' Goren's visit in uniform to R' Soloveitchik's shiur. Description of the remarkable faculty of BMT. Man who was impressed with R' Rakeffet's grandsons in Boro Park. The impact of R' Rakeffet's unplanned army lecture. Korban Pesach forged slaves into a unified nation. Eating a meal in the middle of Hallel at Seder. Examples of the successes of Israelis because of their dual-culture backgrounds. BMT's role as a "halfway house" to actual aliyah. Importance of dual identities. Aryeh Kroll. Miriam Levinger. In general, the important achievements of native English speakers who moved up to Israel and succeeded were, to a great extent, a result of their origins outside of Israel.
- The Satmar Rav on the Six Day War. R' Hutner on Zionism. Shabbetai Tzvi and Jacob Frank. The Majority Can Be Wrong. Authorship of Al Hageulah Ve'al Hatemurah. Vespasian. Kastner.
- Prof. Twersky. R' Lesin. Existence of American Jewish History. Philosophy in Mishneh Torah. Encouraging Less Observant to Observe More. Marriage. R' Menashe Klein Mishne Halachot: Ultrasound to Determine Sex of Fetus. Proper Treatment of One's Wife.
- Satmar Rav and Helmitzer Rav: Building a Mikveh for a Mixed Seating But Otherwise Traditional Synagogue
- Relating to Reform and Conservative – the People and the Ideology. Frum Versus Ehrich with Emphasis on the Soloveichik Family. The Great Accomplishments of German Jews in Israel. The Motive for Speaking Hebrew in the Zionist Movement and in Israel.