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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Tammuz 17: The Meaning of the Cycle of Mourning


Political Correctness Gone Mad: Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil… But There is Evil All Around Us

Korach

This week’s edition of Temple Talk grapples head on with the universal malady of denying evil and the politically correct establishment’s refusal to recognize and identify the dangers threatening society. Pinchas, the most politically incorrect kohen who ever lived, was rewarded with an eternal priesthood and a covenant of peace… all because he stood up for the truth. Is it wrong to point that out? Are we in trouble here? Do we have to apologize for Torah? Are its eternal truths to be put on trial? All this, plus our hosts inimitable insights into the upcoming cycle of mourning for the Holy Temple, in this week’s episode of Temple Talk.

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

This week features:


From Bilam to UNESCO: The Fine Art of Cursing Jews


Hallel Yaffa Ariel of Blessed Memory Unites All of Israel Around the Temple Mount

Korach

Just back from a speaking tour in the USA, Rabbi Richman reunites with Yitzchak Reuven in Jerusalem for this week’s exciting edition of Temple Talk. Our hosts reflect on the heathen prophet Bilaam’s desire to curse the people of Israel as described in this week’s Torah portion of Balak, and connect this to UNESCO’s most recent machinations to officially proclaim the Temple Mount as having no connection to Jewish history. Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman also report on the continuing Temple Mount awareness revolution, which is growing stronger and effecting all aspects of Israeli society, as witnessed this week as a thousand Jews from all over the Land of Israel heeded the call of bereaved parents Rina and Amichai Ariel, and streamed to the Temple Mount to honor the memory of their holy daughter Hallel Yaffa, murdered in her own bed by an Arab terrorist

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

This week features:


Triumph Over Tragedy: Building the Holy Temple and Safeguarding Our Homes From Terror


Are the Temple Mount Police Finally Stepping up to the Plate Only to be Stymied by The Prime Minister?

Korach

Despite being told that he wouldn’t be entering into the promised land Moshe does not hesitate to station his people as close to the border as soon as possible. Should not our leaders today follow his lead regarding the Temple Mount and the need to prepare for the building of the Holy Temple? In his last solo performance, Yitzchak Reuven discusses the red heifer, Moshe’s key to comprehending the red heifer, the Temple Mount and Prime Minister Netanyahu’s failure to comprehend the centrality of the Temple Mount to peace and security throughout the land of Israel. Next week: The return of Rabbi Richman to Temple Talk!

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

This week features:


Korach, the Demagogue of Anarchy and Would-Be Usurper of the Priesthood


Yitro the Pathfinder and the Wayward Hearts of the Spies who Went to Look for the Promised Land

Korach

This week Yitzchak Reuven is alone at the mike as Rabbi Richman finishes up his speaking tour in Texas, and Yitzchak shares his thoughts about the spies who lost their nerve, about Korach, whose sharp mind, smooth tongue and unbridled ambition lands him and his privileged followers deep in the bowels of the earth till the end of time. The Book of Numbers chronicles the ups and many downs of forty years in the desert with the children of Israel, but were the children of Israel such screw-ups or were they simply human, like the rest of us?

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The generation of the desert paid a high price for their lack of belief in themselves, but received the sweetest and most profound affirmation of G-d’s belief in them: the promise that their children will indeed enter the land, build the Holy Temple, and share time and space in the promised land and at the chosen place with the one true eternal G-d of Israel.

The teaching was originally recorded in 2015.

Shelach (Numbers 13:1-15:41)

Parashat Shelach is read on Shabbat:

Sivan 19, 5776/June 25, 2016 (Israel)

Sivan 26, 5776/July 2, 2016 (Diaspora)

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Beha’alotcha and the art of complaining: The professional complainers in the desert turned complaining from a spontaneous response to discomfort into a premeditated attempt to change fate and flee from destiny, grumbling about everything from “my feet hurt” to “I don’t wanna eat my manna!”

Beha’alotcha (Numbers 8:1-12:16)

Parashat Beha’alotcha is read on Shabbat:

Sivan 12, 5776/June 18, 2016 (Israel)

Sivan 19, 5776/June 25, 2016 (Diaspora)

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From the Levitical responsibilities in the Tabernacle, to the ‘wayward’ woman and the Nazir, to the priestly blessing first uttered by Aharon, to the identical gifts to G-d brought to the altar by the heads of all twelve tribes, parashat Naso is all about G-d’s embracing His people and all the challenges that face them day after day.

Naso (Numbers 4:21 – 7:89)

Parashat Naso is read on Shabbat:

Sivan 5, 5776/June 11, 2016 (Israel)

Sivan 12, 5776/June 18, 2016 (Diaspora)

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