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Gaza Jerusalem Israel Explodes ... again

Up to the minute military and political reports,plus insider explanations as Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, Council of Sages in the UAE chairman Rabbi Elie Abadie, famed Akko chef and hotelier Uri Jemerias, and other top names join Edwin.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 19

The Uyghur Genocide—The World is Not Watching

A million in camps, transported in trains. Slave labor. Forced sterilization and institutional rape. A concerted program to wipe out an entire ethnic group. The whole world … isn’t watching. Nury Turkel of the Uyghur Human Rights Project, Rahima Mahmut of the World Uyghur Congress, camp survivor Mihrigul Tursen, and Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center join Edwin to unveil the horrifying facts.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 18

Is Antisemitism Entrenched in the Democratic Party?

Open and virulent antisemitism and anti-Israel hatred in the Democratic Party, once diminished and kept below Mason-Dixon line, is now entrenched in powerful senior posts across the country. The result is official legislative and administrative support for or inaction on BDS and a range of other anti-Israel hate messages coming from top ranks in the Congress, the National Security Council, the State Department, and even the White House. Don’t be mistaken—it’s not just the Squad anymore. Stalwart Democrat Josh Block, Republican Jewish Coalition communications director Neil Strauss, and other leading voices join Edwin to name names and spotlight the realities.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 17

Palestinian Terrorist Salaries Start Again

Taxpayer Support for Palestinian Terrorist Salaries, first promulgated worldwide by Edwin Black's bestselling book Financing the Flames has just been restarted. More millions for murder have been illegally authorized by the Biden Administration. Joining Edwin from Ramallah for direct questioning are Qadri Abu Bakr, minister in charge of the Palestinian Prisoner Authority and Ashraf al-Ajrami, former minister of the Prisoner Authority; also featuring Israeli terrorism money tracking expert Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch.  
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 16

The California Ethnic Studies Danger Goes National

A sinister attempt in California to indoctrinate high school students with anti-Jewish and anti-Israel “values,” fought for years, may succeed—and then spread to school districts across the country. Max Samarov, director of research at StandWithUs, Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, director of the Amcha Initiative, and Melissa Landa, founder of Alliance4Israel, as well as other leading minds join Edwin to investigate the dimensions of the danger.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 15

Israel's Next Ferocious War In Lebanon

If conflict breaks out between Iran and Israel, Teheran will order Hezbollah to attack, dragging Lebanon into a ferocious—and tragic—war with the Jewish State. Israel has been preparing its next Lebanon battle for years. A combination of rapid new and massively more destructive weapons coordinated by artificial intelligence will make this war 10 times as intense as the last encounter. With Hezbollah embedding thousands of missiles in civilian locations, the fight will probably exceed the "laws of war" and devastate populated areas--which Iran desires. The Lebanese people will suffer most. Eran Lerman, VP, Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security, John Hajjar, US Director, World Council of Cedars Revolution, Steven Emerson, founder of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, and Alex Traiman, JNS Jerusalem Bureau Chief join Edwin to drill into the details.                                      
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 14

Two Titans Talking—John C. Dvorak and Edwin Black

John C. Dvorak is a titan in computer journalism. He shaped a generation of computer writers in Forbes, Infoworld and PC Magazine. The Computer Press Association awarded him Best Columnist and Best Column awards. The American Business Editors Association gave him the national gold award for best online columns. Now John joins Edwin in a Two Titans session. Everything on the table. Nothing off-limits. Technology. The Next Decade. The Next Generation. The Threats. The Blessings. The Planet. The Universe.    
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 13

The Vintage Boys are Back for Passover

The Vintage Boys are back for a special Passover edition. Jeff Morgan in San Francisco, Zalmi Unsdorfer in London, Josh London in Washington, DC, Sheldon Freilich in Detroit, and Ken Abramowitz in Palm Beach return to the show to argue the best whiskey and wine, while probing current events and some fascinating history—both recent and ancient.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 12

Regulating and Reining in Big Tech

Cancel culture, monopoly, censorship, thought control, privacy excesses, electoral interference … can they be stopped? Privacy watchdog Sharon Polsky, crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, political strategist Josh Block, and other experts join Edwin to examine the issues.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 11

Home Energy Independence—Can We Get Off the Grid?

Home energy independence: can we get off the grid? Hydrogen, solar, wind, piezoelectric, natural gas, geothermal: all can work—to a degree. But what are the realities to surviving energy blackouts and disasters? Yossie Hollander of the Fuel Freedom Foundation, Marc Rauch of The Auto Channel, Jehu Garcia of the Jehu Garcia Energy Podcast, and Prof. Jack Brouwer of the National Fuel Cell Research Center join Edwin to probe the possibilities.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 10

Are Campuses Havens for Antisemitism?

UC Irvine’s student government organization recently passed an anti-Israel boycott resolution, complete with BDS agitators peppering the debate with offensive comments—an all-too-common experience for Jewish students today. Pro-Israel students at Tufts have been subjected to unprecedented harassment. Anti-Israel resolutions have no effect on university policy. What is their purpose other than to harass and marginalize Jewish students? What can be done about them? UCLA Professor and Daniel Pearl Foundation Cofounder Judea Pearl, UCI Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Douglas Haynes, Louis D. Brandeis Center President Alyza Lewin, and Jewish On Campus founder Julia Jassey join Edwin to explore.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 9

The ICC vs Israel

The International Criminal Court is taking action against Israel for defending itself against Hamas terror. Is the ICC an authentic court? Who recognizes it? What’s behind the ICC investigation? Distinguished international jurist Avi Bell, International Legal Forum director Yifa Segal, and UK Lawyers for Israel chief executive Jonathan Turner join Edwin to make the case.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 7

20th Anniversary of IBM and the Holocaust

Twenty years ago this week, IBM and the Holocaust exposed with crystal clarity—backed up with a literal tower of physical documentation—that IBM knowingly organized all six phases of the Holocaust: identification, exclusion, confiscation, ghettoization, deportation, and even extermination, all under the micromanagement of its celebrated CEO, Thomas Watson, Sr., operating from his New York office on Madison Avenue, and later through European subsidiaries. IBM has never denied a word of the book. Now University of Miami Holocaust Scholar Samuel Edelman and JNS Jerusalem bureau chief Alex Traiman join Edwin as he shares the inside story behind the global revelation.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 6

How Green Is Our Future? Complicated.

Green living and ecopolitics bring us a future full of dreams and nightmares. Wind turbines and electric cars; new nuclear plant designs, hydrogen, alt fuels, geothermal, and ethanol versus natural gas, petroleum, and coal: each has its benefits and drawbacks as well as its advocates and detractors—generally based on money and politics. Fuel Freedom Foundation chairman Yossie Hollander and other energy experts join Edwin Black, author of the award-winning Internal Combustion: How Corporations and Governments Addicted the World to Oil and Derailed the Alternatives.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 5

Divided Nation III

Is talk of a coming “police state” and domestic terrorism overreach warranted? How is China dictating part of our “cancel culture” and the rise of censorship? Is America embarking on an unconstitutional impeachment? Constitutional expert Nathan Lewin, media-savvy crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, Multifront War author and threat analyst Kenneth Abramowitz, political strategist Josh Block, plus noted legal scholar and host of the Dershow on Rumble Alan Dershowitz joined Edwin to discuss what could be next for the “Divided Nation.”
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 4

Divided Nation II

Inaugural conflicts, the expanding revenge quest against the Trump half of America, and heightening media agitation continue to split the nation in two. Reacting to the latest developments, media-savvy crisis manager Juda Engelmayer and political strategist Josh Block joined Edwin to discuss what could be next for the “Divided Nation.”
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 3

Divided Nation

The need for uniform election laws plus a crush of censorship have ripped the country even more. Constitutional attorney Nathan Lewin, media-savvy crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, and political strategist Josh Block joined Edwin to discuss what is tearing this nation apart and what may lay ahead in the turbulent next months of 2021.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 2

Post-Election Chaos II

The new year is upon us but Democrats and Republicans are still arguing about who will actually take the presidential oath of office January 20. The Georgia runoffs, the death of journalism, and continuing electoral chaos have everyone confused. JNS Jerusalem Bureau Chief Alex Traiman, political strategist Josh Block, and top crisis manager Juda Engelmayer join Edwin to examine the current state of the union.
Air Date: - Season 2 - Episode 1

Whiskey and Wine II: The Vintage Boys are Back

Jeff Morgan of Covenant Wines, Josh London, Zalmi Unsdorfer, and Sheldon Freilich return for a special New Year’s Eve edition of the show to discuss old and new favorites, the year that was, and the year to come with Edwin.  
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 39

American Eugenics: Carnegie Apologizes

Eugenics was America’s shameful, decades-long attempt to create a White, blond, and blue-eyed Master Race to dominate all others. More than 67,000 Americans were forcibly sterilized. This pseudo-scientific campaign of fake medicine and pseudo-genetics was exported to-and embraced by-Nazi Germany, where it was implemented as a core tenet of the Holocaust. Public health officials combined with intellectual elites to commit genocide here and abroad. The Carnegie Institution for Science has issued a statement acknowledging and apologizing for its role in eugenicide. Its parent, the Carnegie Corporation, has issued a similar statement. Both appear to have been posted in August 2020. Edwin Black, author of the bestselling War Against the Weak, drills down.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 38

Zionism: Central to Judaism, Under Attack

Zionism is central to Judaism. The Jewish peoples’ theology, history, and culture are irrevocably intertwined with the Land of Israel and have been for 3,500 years. But everywhere Jews are under orchestrated attack for their Zionist identities. Worse, many Jews today are ignorant of exactly why Judaism, Zionism, and the physical Land of Israel are so inseparable. Joining Edwin to dissect are Rabbi Yotav Eliach, author of the bestselling Judaism, Zionism and the Land of Israel, Alyza Lewin, president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt of the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition, and Brooke Goldstein, who heads the Lawfare Project and #EndJewHatred. Supported by JNS, StandWithUs, Israel-American Council, EMET, American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, and Scholars for Peace in the Middle East.  
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 37

America’s Second Civil War?

Two years ago, people would have laughed at those who spoke of a Second Civil War. Today, no one is laughing. More and more people are asking if it is possible and doing so both in public and in private. Numerous unrelated, loosely related, and clearly connected troubles are and will continue to boil over and coalesce. Unlike the War Between the States, we may see a well-armed and more often street-armed, splotchy civil war that pits tribe against tribe, interest against interest, jurisdiction against jurisdiction, state against state, city against rural, military group against military group, law enforcement against law enforcement, and red against blue. What might accelerate it? What can slow it down? Seasoned observers weighed in.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 36

The Death of Journalism As We Knew It

In 2020, American Journalism—as we know it—finally died. It openly committed mediacide. The networks and newspapers pushed specific candidates, ignored and self-censored important news while magnifying small details and fake accusations, consciously pandered in bogus polls, and hyped divisive politics. It was the Pravdaization of the media. Tens of millions Americans, Democrats and Republicans, have just signed the death certificate, voting against big media and their pollsters. Democracy cannot exist without a free and vibrant press functioning as the permeable membrane between the governed and governance. What’s next? Seasoned media hands weigh in.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 35

Post-Election Chaos—Now What?”

Election Night has come and gone—finally. But who will take the presidential oath of office next January 20th? Mail-in ballot controversies abound. In the critical swing state of Pennsylvania, several county boards have declared they will not begin processing mail ballots until the morning of November 4, even though state law holds that processing should begin at 7:00am on the 3rd. Both candidates have declared that they will only accept the results if the election “is not rigged.” Emails implicating Biden in a robust Chinese kick-back scheme—which he has not denied—have become a hot topic, as has censorship of the allegations by Twitter and major media. Variations in mail-in deadlines among the states—with SCOTUS issuing varying decisions on whether states may count ballots postmarked but not received “on time”—guarantee that we will not know the results on election night, and possibly not until the mid-December date by which time states must certify their counts. This uncertainty will almost certainly spill over onto congressional and downballot races as well. This is going to court. Civil rights litigator Nathan Lewin, top foreign policy expert Walid Phares, JNS Jerusalem Bureau Chief Alex Traiman, political strategist Josh Block, top crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, and threat analyst Ken Abramowitz join Edwin to examine the current state of the electoral process.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 34

Election Jitters

America’s upcoming presidential election is causing unprecedented jitters. Tens of thousands of mail ballots have been erroneously issued or gone astray. Both Trump and Biden say they will only accept the results if the election “is not rigged.” Revelations of undenied emails implicating Biden in a robust Chinese kick-back scheme—with Twitter and major media censoring the information—have thrown the campaigns into last-minute chaos. Political street violence has already broken out. Variations in mail-in deadlines among the states and ballot discrepancies guarantee that election night will become weeks of uncertainty, claims, and counterclaims. Seasoned political strategist Josh Block, top crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, and threat analyst Ken Abramowitz join Edwin to examine the last-minute controversies and consequences.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 33

Electoral Chaos, Part III

America’s upcoming November 3 election has been thrown into even greater and more unprecedented chaos. Ballot fraud in various states, and massive errors in mail-in voting programs, as well as disparate counting and validating procedures guarantee election night chaos. Republican party litigation to reshape voting procedures and Donald Trump’s unwillingness to state whether or not he will accept the electoral outcome, Democratic vows to not under any circumstances concede on election night, and statements from all sides that either candidate can only lose if the vote is rigged: all of this assures conflict right through Inauguration Day. Violence and militia plans in some states, such as Michigan, Oregon, and Virginia, have threatened to push us to the brink. Seasoned political strategist Josh Block, top crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, threat analyst and author Ken Abramowitz, and other experts join Edwin to examine the controversies and consequences. 
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 32

Book Launch of The Multifront War

America is fighting a major international war, says threat analyst Kenneth Abramowitz in his new and critically acclaimed book . The country does not really know how much it is under siege. Moreover, says the author, the war is being waged on a multitude of distinct fronts—both internal and external. Yet, the United States is wholly unprepared to fight a unified battle. How bad are the threats? Can America stand up to them? Author Abramowitz, top security analyst Walid Phares, and international terrorism expert Erick Stakelbeck join Edwin to drill in.   
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 31

Electoral Chaos, Part II

America’s upcoming November 3 election has been thrown into unprecedented chaos. The president has tested positive for COVID-19. Mail-in votes are now only guaranteed to be counted days after election night. Questions about mass mail voting, violence in our cities, Republican party allegations of fraud, Democratic party accusations of suppression, plus the assertion that neither candidate should under any circumstances concede on election night guarantee uncertainty, chaos, and conflict right through the final tally of election results and probably through Inauguration Day. There is even open talk of a military confrontation at the White House. Noted legal scholar Alan Dershowitz, seasoned political strategist Josh Block, crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, and other experts join Edwin to examine the controversies and consequences.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 30

The SCOTUS Storm: What's Next?

“The SCOTUS Storm: What’s Next?" With the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the future of the SCOTUS has ignited an intense political firestorm. Among the issues at stake are the conservative–liberal balance of the court and which president will appoint Ginsberg’s successor. Will it be President Trump in the last weeks of his current term, or the winner of the November election? Several nation-changing cases are already on the court’s fall docket. More importantly, the already-contested upcoming presidential election will almost certainly require the court to weigh in. SCOTUSblog author Adam Feldman and ABA Journal SCOTUS reporter Mark Walsh join Edwin to navigate the turbulence.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 29

Ask Edwin Anything about Israel

The Middle East is realigning once again, and Israel is part of the New Mideast Order. Edwin Black, having published 11 bestselling books and numerous investigative articles covering the Middle East, is ready to answer your questions with straight talk and uncovered history. Lebanon, Iran, Egypt, Jordan, Gulf States, Muslim-majority nations, terror groups, petropolitics, and the shifting sands; the history, the histrionics, the historical changes, the geopolitics, and the tectonic potential—all are fair game for this memorable session cosponsored by ZOA-MI, whose president, Sheldon Freilich, ask Edwin questions from people around the world.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 28

UAE-Israel-Bahrain Peace Treaty

Israel and the UAE announced on August 13 that they had come to an historic peace agreement, the Abraham Accord. Since then, the Gulf State of Bahrain has joined the expanding the peace initiative. All three nations have established full diplomatic relations and signed treaties on September 15 at the White House. More countries are readying their recognitions, and President Donald Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who personally visited Bahrain, Jonathan Tobin, editor-in-chief of JNS, Zalmi Unsdorfer, chairman of Likud UK, Joshua London of JINSA, Mordechai Kedar, Arab scholar and lecturer, and other key Mideast experts join Edwin to explain the background and to explore the possibilities for the future.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 27

US Election Chaos

“US Election Chaos.” America’s upcoming November 3 election has been thrown into unprecedented chaos by COVID-19, political warfare, massive distrust, and a flurry of accusations from all sides. Questions about mass mail voting, postal interference, violence in our cities, Republican allegations of fraud, and the Democratic Party’s assertion that their candidate should under no circumstances concede on election night mean uncertainty, chaos, and conflict right through the final tally of election results. Famed litigator Alan Dershowitz, constitutional law expert Nathan Lewin, who has appeared before the SCOTUS 28 times, high-profile crisis manager Juda Engelmayer, and Professor Jordan Carr Peterson of the School of Public and International Affairs at North Carolina State University join Edwin to examine the controversies and consequences.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 26

Lebanon in Turmoil

“Lebanon in Turmoil.” Lebanon has been wracked by civil war, Syrian occupation, Iranian intervention, wars with Israel, terrorism, political assassinations, and bankruptcy. Then, on August 4, 2020, the devastating detonation of 2750 tons of ammonium nitrate at the port ignited a new implosion–explosion among a restive population that still holds unlimited promise—if peace and stability can be achieved. Joseph Gebeily, president of the Lebanese Information Center, John Hajjar, national director of the World Council for the Cedars Revolution, Tom Harb, chair of the American Maronite Union, and other experts join Edwin to dig into the details.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 25

Hungary Beyond the Holocaust

“Hungary Beyond the Holocaust.” Hungary, which closely collaborated with the Nazis during the Holocaust, has a long and established legacy of virulent anti-Semitism. Some 435,000 Hungarian Jews were deported to Auschwitz for gassing. Hungary remains a society permeated with a toxic hatred of Jews. But, ironically, Hungary is today among Israel’s closest allies in the European Parliament. Alex Sternberg, author of Recipes from Auschwitz, Andras Simonyi, former Hungarian Ambassador to the US, Eva Balogh of Hungarian Spectrum, and others join Edwin to probe Hungary’s past, present, and future.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 24

Explosion of Antisemitism

Openly anti-Semitic speech, damage to Jewish property, campus hate, and violence against Jews have been exploding across America. Prominent and chic figures have libeled Jews and the pro-Israel community with impunity, openly citing The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and virulent anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan. Jews are stigmatized daily without consequence. Just how bad is the threat to the Jewish community? Alyza Lewin, president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, in Washington, DC, Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Associate Dean at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice-chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, join Edwin to explore in a turning-point episode jointly sponsored by JNS.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 23

Eugenics in America

Eugenics was America’s shameful, decades–long attempt to create a White, blond, and blue-eyed Master Race to dominate all others. More than 67,000 Americans were forcibly sterilized. This pseudo-scientific campaign of fake medicine and genetics was exported to—and embraced by—Nazi Germany, where it was implemented as a core tenet of the Holocaust. Public Health officials combined with intellectual elites to commit genocide here and abroad. Edwin Black, author of the award-winning bestseller War Against the Weak, is joined by Amy Carney, editor at H-Eugenics and author of Marriage and Fatherhood in the Nazi SS, John Railey, investigative reporter and co-author of the Against their Will series, and eugenics program survivor Elaine Riddick, in a special event jointly sponsored by the global academic exchange H-Eugenics.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 22

Supreme Court—What's Ahead

The Supreme Court has now become a subject of focus not only for its weighty and tectonic decisions, but for its very make-up and fabric. What is ahead for the Court’s decisions, and for the Court itself? Renowned Supreme Court practitioner Nathan Lewin, who has appeared some 28 times, ABA Journal SCOTUS reporter Mark Walsh, SCOTUSblog author Adam Feldman, and others join Edwin for a deep delve into the Supreme Court as it is and as it may become.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 21

The Threat from Iran

Iran now presents a greater nuclear threat than ever, with enriched weapons-grade uranium, an arsenal of missiles, and the determination destroy Israel first and then wage war against and conquer the West and its allies. Veteran national security analyst Walid Phares, author of The Lost Spring, join Edwin to assess the threat and explore efforts by Israel and the West to stop the rogue regime.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 20

Ask Edwin Anything: IBM and the Holocaust

In his New York Times bestselling investigative book, Edwin Black documented how IBM knowingly organized all six phases of Hitler’s Holocaust: identification, exclusion, confiscation, ghettoization, deportation—and even extermination. Available in many languages in 190 countries, the exhaustive Pulitzer-submitted work has won here and abroad. Edwin answered many of your questions in this topic-specific Ask Me Anything.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 19

Whiskey and Wine

The word “whiskey” (derived from the Gaelic uisce beatha) means “water of life.” The word “wine” comes to English from the Latin vinum and the Hebrew yayin. Stalwart whiskey and wine aficionados Zalmi Unsdorfer in London, Josh London in Washington DC, Sheldon Freilich in Detroit, and Covenant Wines vintner Jeff Morgan in San Francisco join Edwin to battle it out with their favorites for taste satisfaction and supremacy—and then delve into current events.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 18

Tarnished Icons

Woodrow Wilson, Confederate generals, Winston Churchill, Henry Ford, Thomas Watson, Teddy Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson. Institutional names and national legacies everywhere are being challenged and, in some cases, abandoned. Who deserves to be cancelled? Which statues should stay and which should go—and where? Who decides—and how? Edwin tackles these questions and more in what is the first of several unforgettable episodes on this topic.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 17

Ask Edwin Anything #1

Genocide, political strife, corporate complicity in injustice, alternate energy, the dark side of history, the torments of our present, the prospects for our future. Questions on these topics—and more—come to Edwin every day, especially during his lectures. By popular demand, we present Edwin’s first AMA (ask me anything) episode. Chris Hamel, from the show’s Canadian Bureau, and Francisco Gil-White, associate professor at ITAM University, in Mexico City, asks Edwin your questions.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 16

Israel Tourism Rebound?

“Israel Tourism Rebound?” Until COVID-19, Israel’s tourism industry was on fire, with more than 4 million annual visitors—and growing rapidly. Then it all shut down: airlines, hotels, restaurants, attractions—everything. Now, with the country still trying to reopen, industry leaders are confident they can reignite the flame. Dan Hotels president and CEO Ronen Nissenbaum, Hilton Tel Aviv GM Ronnie Fortis, renowned chef Uri Jeremias, and other industry leaders join Edwin to explore what’s in store.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 15


“Juneteenth.” Many Americans have never heard of Juneteenth—June 19th, a holiday of special significance to Americans of African Descent. Sometimes called the Black Fourth of July, its story should be compelling to all citizens of the US—not just to those who descend from former slaves. What is Juneteenth? How does this day affect all Americans in ways they might not imagine? Civil rights icon Dr. William Anderson, political commentator and entrepreneur Armstrong Williams, BET co-founder and philanthropist Robert Johnson, and entrepreneur and educator Dr. Iva Carruthers join Edwin for conversations on the history of emancipation and the current state of civil rights in the US.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 14

Israeli Sovereignty in Judea and Samaria

 “Israeli Sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.” The Edwin Black Show and the Jewish News Syndicate jointly hosted a global town hall on Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria. The Jewish State is now preparing to apply its modern sovereignty to portions of its ancient land—Judea and Samaria. Edwin Black and JNS Jerusalem Bureau Chief Alex Traiman  are joined by others worldwide for a special event exploring the historical, legal, political, and economic ramifications of this turning point event, including expert panelists Natasha Hausdorff, director of UK Lawyers for Israel, in London, Alan Mendoza, director of the Henry Jackson Society, in London, Mitch Bard, who heads up the Jewish Virtual Library, in Washington DC, and leading international jurist Avi Bell, in Jerusalem.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 13

College during the Pandemic

Colleges and universities—from Harvard to the 23–campus California State system—have announced that their courses will move online in the fall. Will students pay tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and costs to sit in their basements and Zoom? Are we about to witness a complete reset of the physical vs. online education system? Can the Ivy League maintain its primacy in a post-pandemic world? Will campus hate merely shift to online harassment? Joining Edwin: historian Asaf Romirowsky, executive director of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East(which has chapters throughout America), and archaeologist and historian Alex Joffe, editor of SPME’s BDS Monitor.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 12

The Farhud

The Farhud—“violent dispossession”—was a bloody, citywide Arab-Nazi pogrom in Baghdad, June 1–2, 1941. June 1 was proclaimed as International Farhud Day in 2015 by Edwin Black and Jewish leaders at a live global event at UN Headquarters. Rabbi Elie Abadie in New York, co-president of Justice for Jews from Arab Countries, Lyn Julius in London, founder of the Association of Jews from the Middle East and North Africa, Lily Shor in Tel Aviv, of the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, and others join Edwin to explore the tragic events of those two days and the subsequent escape of major Nazi figures into the leadership and governments of neighboring Arab countries, thus creating the post-War Middle East.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 11

Palestinian Terrorist: Justice Is Due

Palestinian terrorist Ahlam Tamimi helped mastermind the infamous August 9, 2001 Sbarro Pizzeria bombing in Jerusalem. Unrepentant, Tamimi has bragged about her role in this act of terror and mass murder. Arnold Roth’s daughter Malki—a US citizen—was among the victims, and Mr. Roth has sought justice ever since. Arnold Roth and his attorney, Greg Mashberg, as well as Times of Israel editor-in-chief David Horovitz, and EMETpresident Sarah Stern join Edwin to explore new options, including a possible long-overdue invocation of the Jordanian-American Extradition Treaty.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 10

COVID-19 and Americans of African Descent

COVID-19 is inflicting disproportionate illness and death on Americans of African descent. Why? What can America do about it? Civil rights icon and eminent physician William G. Anderson, D.O. and Oliver Brooks, M.D., president of the National Medical Association join Edwin.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 9

The Pandemic's Effects on Publishing

Can the publishing business as we know it survive the pandemic and its economic fallout? Authors Martin Barillas, author of Shaken Earth; Clyde Ford, author of Think Black; and Dwight Harshbarger, author of A Quiet Hero join Edwin to discuss the changing environment.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 8

75th Anniversary of Surrender of Third Reich

May 8, 2020 was the 75th anniversary of the Third Reich’s unconditional surrender to the Allies. Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Associate Dean at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Dr. Rick Halperin, Director of SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Center and former Amnesty International board member, and Dr. Chris Lovett, professor of Modern European and Military History at Emporia State University, plus questioners from many nations, join Edwin.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 7

COVID-19 Spawns Lawsuits

COVID-19 has already spawned a pandemic of personal and group litigation against employers, universities, restaurants, and stores—to name a few. Thousands of lawsuits have already been filed in state and federal courts. Certainly, some claims and compensation will have to be adjudicated, but America cannot re-open and thrive under a litigious scourge. Seasoned commercial litigators Bruce Ogron in Chicago and Aaron Eitan Meyer in New York join Edwin to probe the implications.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 6

COVID-19 and Personal Liberties

Personal liberties may be the greatest victim of COVID-19, as new individual tracking devices and protocols are rushed into place to enforce social distancing. Jules Polonetsky, CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum, and Sharon Polsky, president of the Privacy and Access Council of Canada, join Edwin to shine a light on this dark new threat.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 5

COVID-19 and Campus Hate

COVID-19 has been a boon to campus anti-Semitic hate mongers who demonize Israel. Jacob Baime, executive director of Israel on Campus Coalition, Roz Rothstein, CEO of StandWithUs, and Asaf Romirowsky, executive director of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, join Edwin to probe how the BDS movement and other anti-Jewish groups have adopted tactics in the new Remote Age—and then took questions.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 4

Yom Ha'atzmaut

The observance of Yom Ha'atzmaut—Israeli Independence Day—began at sunset on April 28. Dovid Efune, editor at the Algemeiner, in New York, and Alyza Lewin, president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, in Washington, DC, join Edwin in an explanation and exploration of this milestone—and then opened the floor to questions. Cantorial soloist Rachel Black lead a global singing of “Hatikva” to close the show.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 3

COVID-19 and Faith Communities

How will the COVID-19 pandemic change our world—especially in the context of worship communities? Alex Traiman in Jerusalem, managing editor of JNS and Erick Stakelbeck in Washington, DC, host of The Watchman join Edwin for the first of many explorations of this question—and then opened the floor to questions.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 2

Nuremberg-style Tribunal for China?

Is a Nuremberg-style tribunal needed to determine guilt and consequences if the COVID-19 pandemic indeed arose out of a deliberate Chinese government cover-up? Famed civil rights attorney Nathan Lewin in Washington, DC and Richard Heideman, international jurist specializing in terror cases and author of The Hague Odyssey: Israel’s Struggle for Security on the Front Lines of Terrorism and Her Battle for Justice at the United Nations, also in Washington, DC, join Edwin to explore this issue—and then open the floor to questions.
Air Date: - Season 1 - Episode 1