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"rabbi pinchas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Still dynamic evacuations Continue. You're listening to ABC. New Arizona's new station, you station K to our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the T A R news app. You're breaking news and traffic. No data are news time. 402 Jim Branson. Arizona's Covid 19 numbers continue to rise. The Arizona Department of Health Services adding 3893 cases in 55 deaths to its covid 19 dashboard this Saturday that pushes the totals to 1,005,764 infections. 18,779 deaths, Arizona became the 13th state to reach one million documented cases. On Friday. John Roller K T. A R News, a local group representing rental property owners, applauds the U. S. Supreme Court for ending the eviction moratorium. Courtney Gilstrap Levine is with the Arizona Multi Housing Association believes this will bring relief for owners who for months have been helping renters stay in their homes all while not receiving rent and Many cases and continuing to pay all of their bills, which has caused financial hardship. She points to a recent nationwide survey that finds 30% of them are saying that they're going to have to tighten standards. 11% of them have been forced to sell at least one property. 12% have been forced out of the business entirely. Grizzle the city No. Katya Our news. Katie, our eyes on education. Arizona's seventh through 12th graders will now study The Holocaust twice before graduation, they'll learn the tragic consequences of religious and racial intolerance. Do not murder do not stand passively by the blood of your neighbor did not oppress the stranger, Scott. Still, Rabbi Pinchas Alloush says. We cannot change the past. But the future State House Speaker Rusty Bowers visited Kazakhstan, where the Soviets sent millions of women to die through World War two. It was extremely sobering. We have to be aware and do all we can to make sure that our Children and ourselves are informed Valley Holocaust survivors helped craft the law. Peter Seymour, Katie our news out to the roadways Now Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center here is Jasmine Scott. We're currently dealing with quite a few collisions on those surface streets, one of those just in 19th Avenue at Lower Buckeye Road. Another cactus at Hayden and Scott still wrote at Thompson Peak Parkway. You're going to find a collision here as well..
"rabbi pinchas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The child at that time. Pediatric covid cases increasing you're listening to ABC News. Arizona's news station, You station Katya, our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the K to our new Zap. You're breaking news and traffic Now, Katya our news time 402. I'm Jim Branson, the latest 2020 census data shows. Arizona, one of the largest Latino youth populations in the United States, While in California, New Mexico and Texas, Latinos make up more than half of the youth population. Arizona and Nevada have more than 40% of other young people being of Latino background. That's Arturo Vargas with the National Association of Latino Elected and appointed officials, he stresses. The statistics reflects what we have been saying for many years that the future of this country will depend on the success of our You know, Children and youth. Chris sell the city. No. Okay to our news. Okay to our eyes on education. Arizona's seventh through 12th graders will now study the Holocaust twice before graduation, as well as other genocides. They'll learn the tragic consequences of religious and racial intolerance. Do not murder do not stand passively by the blood of your neighbor did not oppress the stranger. Scottsdale Rabbi Pinchas Alloush says. We cannot change the past. But the future State House Speaker Rusty Bowers visited Kazakhstan where the Soviets sent millions of women to die through World War two. It was extremely sobering. We have to be aware and do all we can to make sure that our Children and ourselves are informed Valley Holocaust survivors helped craft the law. Peter Seymour Katie Our NEWS, Arizona statewide average at the gas pumps hovering around 3 13 a gallon this past month, but Some are coming to a close travelers not traveling as much. Now they say it's going to drop. The average price is 307 in Phoenix, Tucson at 2 96. Flagstaff at $3.43. Out to the roadways Now Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center Here is J.
"rabbi pinchas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Well as we mentioned those 100 degree temps are back for at least the next week. 79 overnight 1 to 1 for the high Tomorrow 13 on Sunday and then is moving on up from there till about Thursday. We should hit 109 degrees. Right now, though, it's 98 in Peoria, Whether brought to you by Howard Air, whether replace the repair, call Howard Air. It's 509, the president, offering an update on the rush to evacuate Americans and some Afghan citizens from Kabul. NBC's Andy Field, saying President Biden defended his decisions despite the chaotic exit president Biden, saying Afghanistan's evacuation crisis would likely not have happened so quickly if the Afghan army and its government had not just given up past week has Ben heartbreaking We've seen gut wrenching images of panic, people. Acting out of sheer desperation, the president promising to bring home every American who wants to leave and do what he can to rescue those who helped the U. S. Over the last 20 years. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Time now to take a look at your money from ABC News Wall Street Now stocks closed higher for the day but lower for the week. The Dow soared 226 points, the NASDAQ added. 172, the S and P 500 closed up. 36. Investors paused earlier this week with Covid 19 infections escalating across the nation and around the globe. Few retailers reporting earnings. Ross Stores fell short of expectations, while foot locker blew past analysts forecast for the latest quarter. The other issue, which could be holding back stocks a bit is inflation minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting shows officials discussed reducing the Fed's bond buying program later this year. That's one of the emergency measures it implemented during the pandemic. Recreational vehicle and boat maker Winnebago is moving its corporate headquarters from Iowa and Minnesota. The company has been based in four city, Iowa since it was founded in 1958. No job losses are expected as a result of the change when the bagels manufacturing locations will remain the same. Daria Aldinger ABC News for More Money news, You can visit the Katya our Business center at K t a r dot com. It's 5 11. Now, Katie, our eyes on education Arizona seventh through 12th graders. Now we're going to study the Holocaust twice before they graduate as well as other genocides. They'll learn the tragic consequences of religious and racial intolerance. Do not murder do not stand passively by the blood of your neighbor did not oppress the stranger. Scott. Still, Rabbi Pinchas Solution says We cannot change the past. But the future State House Speaker Rusty Bowers visited Kazakhstan where the Soviets sent millions of women to die through World War two. It was extremely sobering. We have to be aware and do all we can to make sure that our Children and ourselves are informed Valley Holocaust survivors helped craft the law. Peter Seymour, Katie our news. Yeah, And it's time for the K to our timeline with Steve Zinsmeister is brought to you by the husband and wife Law team of Briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since 1996 It's August 20th. And on this day in 1977, NASA launched the Voyager 232. One. We have ignition and we have lift off. This was the first of two crafts that were meant to take a grand tour of the outer planets and send pictures back to Earth. You heard me, right? Voyager two was actually the first mission. There was a Voyager one, but it launched after the Voyager two. I know I don't get it either. Inside of the Voyager two There was a time capsule. Just in case any aliens got their hands on it. Do aliens even have hands. I'm not really sure they probably don't even speak. English, But NASA actually thought about that. They made audio greetings in over 60 different languages, and they included some earth sounds. There.
A Live Chat with Two of the Biggest Rabbis in Phoenix
"Have two of the biggest rabbis and Phoenix here with US tonight. Rabbi Dr Smelly Yanko. It's the president and Dina validate me Josh and Rabbi Pinchas. Illusion is the founding rabbi of Congregation Beth Safina in Scottsdale Arizona. Come come welcome rebuttal. Don't usually have two guests because things can get really off the rails so we'll see what happens here rabbis. I'm GONNA call you. We'll we'll we'll figure out what we're GONNA call you but let's start with this question for both of you. Why isn't this Jewish community different from all other Stephanie Loud Mark this is why all the people who don't touch the MIC? Don't have problems every house. That better josh all right there we go sorry Stephanie. So let's start off because there's like no spoilers here because only spoilers so rabbis. Why is this Jewish community different from all other Jewish communities? Are you guys even Jewish? You're letting each other speak. It's an excellent question you went on to. I twenty all right so I think for two main reasons number one. It's a community that has just been founded really in the past. Few decades other communities are centuries old. This community is quite new and therefore its future is still very much ahead of it. I think that's why many people are really attracted to the potential of the community year as I was when I first move you thirteen years ago. And it's buzzing with excitement that's number one number two. I also think that it's a community. It's quite diverse and it's diverse in its culture it's diverse in its levels of observance of background. But it's not just the diversity that is attracting and that is quite unique to Phoenix. But it's a unity within the diversity truly feel that we're a united community which can't be said about Kish Committees. That was speaking about before in other places so those are the two main things that I see almost immediately like musing. Yeah well you say when. I was thinking about moving in the middle my seventh year. The two points that people shared as to why I shouldn't consider it. They said it's an intellectual wasteland which is totally untrue. We have people coming out to our learning events every night interesting ideas. And secondly they said it's a moral morally passive community very private very individualistic which is also completely untrue. When we have various activists campaigns people lined up lined up to show support. Who said that? And should we beat them up here? Do you want the crowd here? That can go after them. We the J. Crew here I want. I want to address the thing that you just said. So I'm kind of two minds about the activism angle. There's a part of me that thinks that it's really beautiful and essential for community of face to be very involved in you know social political elements and feel this kind of moral calling and there's another part of me that is a little bit kind of taken aback by how dominant this political discussion. Become just you know. Want to go to show just to hear the Torah just to be together with Jews and worry about that later some other place. How should we be feeling about? Its connection being social justice and question so Rambam my monitors in the third section of his guide for the perplexed. Says what's the purpose of all this stuff and answer is the welfare of the body and the welfare of the soul by which he means the well. If you have to know a little play there which we do. The welfare of the body means just state and the welfare of the sole means the perfection of the intellect so basically the goal of Judaism view is our inner life and our outer life which is to say the inner life is our ritual or beliefs or spirituality stuff. You're touching on and the outer life which he comes to say becomes the priority is that Jews should be on the front and center of fostering the Jus- -ociety and so I think we have a problem. Today I think that The traditional segment of Jewish life prioritizes the parochial and the traditional and not the universal. And I think the more liberal segments of Jewish life prioritize the universal and less of the less attritional and this middle ground of saying yes we care about the world we care society and we care about Jews. That complete package is what we're GONNA do. You agree that he taught us to call them. Yeah that's pleasure. No NOPE BRONCO. Way Back like twenty minutes back calls me peony so all my friends do so no problem. I I would agree with that. I would say though that needs to be a healthy balance of course between the two because if almost like Mark Twain said some people are so open minded that the brain spill out. Sometimes we were so much in open that we forget the message. And so we have to be steeped in the roots of Judaism very much so and yet not forget a calling to go to the outside point out also that if there is an emphasis in Judaism on which side counts the most. It's the outside if you think of the idea of Mitzvah. Most of the six hundred thirteen meets vote are outside oriented. They deal with the world that don't really deal with the internal world. I can only think I don't know maybe you can take more of to mitzvahs on top of the mind that deal with the inside. Prayer Torah study but otherwise everything else really deals with the outside so there is. I do find this emphasis on. Tacona LOMB on trying to rectify the world of course with God's light and with God's message but on the other hand also not forgetting where we come from forgetting to be a steeped in our roots as possible. Something we talk about a lot on the show. Is this idea that a lot of juice today don't necessarily feel like they can just walk into a synagogue and be welcomed or would even feel comfortable. There would even know how to get there. What do you think is the best way to connect with Jews? Who Don't haven't necessarily found their place within the institutional Jewish world thank you. They should go to the valley. Bettman rush to go ahead twenty. I was first before you go second. I'm sorry what did what are these. Mutations Paul Ince Geneva come on these guys could pull off a Juku. They've got the organization got the intellect coming the trail be stealthy. It's a fascinating question and I think that was a really good at alien one another. It's true and I think that the percentages of Jews were not engaged. Not because they're disinterested because they've been alienated is also very high and I think the challenge here is to embrace pluralism which does not bracket are absolutes but creates space for other absolutes. That means that for those of us who are really fervent beliefs. We learn how to create space for others. And those who are more relativistic and actually don't hold. Views are able to cultivate those in our space. I'm worried about those on the margins. I'm worried about single folks who have had had trouble finding partners and we were the people of Color feel alienated those of lower socioeconomic status who feel alienated Those who are converts all types of marginalized Jews that I think are. Establishments can do better being inclusive those with physical disabilities or and really a whole host of others. And I think our community is very good at embracing those who naturally fit in. I would agree also. I think it's an excellent question because he hit it right on the now. I think the biggest challenge we have is rabbis is to make Judaism not just relevant but also accessible and I would say that the lenses I try to wear as rabbi and I think that all Jews should try to wear is the lenses of what my rabbi teaches in his book. We Jews the STEINFELDT He came up with the idea that he was the first one since then. I've heard it many times. But he came up with this idea. That Judaism is not a religion. I don't approach another Jew because of religion nor do I approach another job. Because he's part of my ethnic group. Judaism is not an ethnic group. Judaism is also another nationality. We don't have to live in Israel to be Jewish. What is Judaism? Judaism is a family. I approach another Jew. Because he's my family and yes you could have two Jews and seven opinions but as another Aba of mine taught it's one heart and we can't forget that we do have one hot. We we are part of that. Same family what unites us is much greater than what divides us as the CLICHE goes. But it's not just a cliche it's the truth and therefore not do is better than me. We all have the same soul. No Jew is wiser than me. No Jew is deeper than me. I think every Jew in a way is a part of God and you can't add measurements to divinity to the infinity God is God and Jews that reflection of God he has that Jewish soul and together as a family. That's what unites us. That's what we celebrate. There's that great bit in Michigan where they say that you know. Why did God make us all descended from the same couple so that nobody could say you're better than my father is so so
"rabbi pinchas" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Snowing there's snow on the ground here in new haven. How about you guys in New York? I saw snow in the rooftops when I looked at my window. Oh by the time I got downstairs. There was like not a trace slush on the ground here in New York just gave up the game and said that I am calling in from my basement layer in new haven. Has that cat cat. Of course is not showing her face. I forgot to skip the litter this morning. Thank you reminded and this is why you should never have cats. Gets I couldn't agree more Tablets senior writer Liel Liebowitz. Also here on the podcast as ever a doug owner this week we bring you a conversation we bring you many conversations The first one will be with Simon Dune and Jonathan Adler they talk about their relationship and their work including Simon's new book on the history of Drag also a conversation with Steve Schrage is the founder Director of one day university which has been a sponsor of the show but Steve addition to having had the wisdom to sponsor our show as a really really interesting story of working in educational circles including the work that he used to do with Donald trump through the learning annex. So it's really a fun history. There stick around for that and finally Stephanie spoke with Molly Molly. Yay Who's new food network. Special Hanukkah cooking challenge airs this week so really really fun. Show a lot more ahead for us because we are hitting the road yet yet again as this show airs. I will be in the air on my way to Madison Wisconsin. where I'm going to give a talk at the University of Wisconsin? So some of you hearing this You have time to come see me tonight. I'm super excited needed. That's with the religious studies department at the University of Wisconsin and Stephanie. You will also be somewhere Thursday evening right as you hear this. I'll be on the bridges and the tunnels on the way to port Washington on Long Long Island my homeland. I'll be really excited. I'm going to be speaking at the community synagogue. So check that out and I will be in Switzerland reporting a story about the historical burning of Jews on the night mixed Geneva. It's the original burning man. The Swiss invented it If you think about the territory were covering Thursday the European past where we got burned New York which we fled to and then southern California where we went when we really have you shackles in our pocket and wanted to get some sun. It's like the the whole the sweep of Jewish history. Right there for the for the ticket. But there's something very interesting. That's happening that I've noticed since we've been on the road for a really long time and a lot of that. Routing has consisted of Stephanie and I in planes trains cars and automobiles. And you know I thought about it the other day I think Stephanie and I are are sort of merging into one kind of like bizarre Mega Mecca hosts. I will say I'm looking at all right. Now he is drinking an ice macho lot et. Hey with pink Straw which is from Monta favorite place correct. He's wearing an avocado beanie. which is I have that? Also we got that in Cincinnati. We're basically say per Sarpong and like a purple button down and I'm like you literally sealing my Car Miss Stephanie and are you averaging out to one host. Who's about five eleven or six feet? Yeah exactly sleeper. It's it's not good for anyone. I will say that. Leon I have sort of like a review going now. Were Jose something in an event and I'll be like you see what I have to deal. You believe. We're like Vaudeville act on avenues. Say something that'd be the worst generation ever no. Let me tell you about genetics. It's selects really well. Our grandparents generation had Mel Brooks. And Carl Reiner and we get you guys yes basically what the pot of pods that review or some version of it. The Stephanie and version then goes to San Diego where we will be the guest of the Leash Tag Foundation and be doing a Friday night dinner and then a live show. This is all at the high which is extraordinary co working and community the incubator space. which is Jason to a Jewish farm? I can't wait to see this place. And the best thing is that we are going to the farm and we are importing with us a fellow New Yorker via Israel connected. Mony the amazing chef behind all the time philophical stands and Bella booster and the shook cookbook and she is amazing and so funny and so smart. And we're GONNA talk to her about food food and the things that you do on a farm. This is really a step up for this podcast. We've replaced an Israeli who can eat with illegal. Actually Cook regard not up. You'll be playing the part of the L.. Only much better is what we're saying. Liyel rejoins US IN PHOENIX. Where Monday night we will be doing a live? We have three guests joining us in Phoenix at the Valley of the Sun J.. C. Z. Are I is a double header to rabbis Rabbi Shmole Yankel wits and Rabbi Pinchas allush and our Genta of the week is former Phoenix Suns coach. Paul Westphal he is in the basketball hall of fame and he's sort of like a phoenix icon. So we're really excited to be talking to them.