Israel in Africa On Today Show David Ha’ivri will be speaking with Ayoob Kara member of Knesset and minister of communications in the Netanyahu government. Cara has just returned from a delegation to Africa with …Keep Reading!
David Ha’ivri believes in engaging with people.
He is an expert communicator, and for years has used the Internet and social media networks as a platform to interact with people from all walks of life all around the world. He is a powerful speaker who has shared his convictions and inspired live audiences from Melbourne, Australia to Sacramento, California. He has met with government officials on five continents and maintains open lines with hundreds of international journalists. He is often called on for comments by major international news outlets – CNN, Al-Jazeera, and CBN, to name a few. His opinion pieces appear regularly in Hebrew and English publications like YourMiddleEast.com, Ynetnews.com, IsraelNationalNews.com, Times of Israel and others.
David is a man of faith; he believes that the Jewish people are fulfilling their historic destiny though Zionism, the gathering of the people from the four corners of the globe and building a country with its unique society based on Biblical values and Jewish culture. In his eyes, these amazing developments lead to the higher goal of becoming a “light unto the nations.” He believes that peace can be achieved in the Middle East through mutual respect and appreciation that does not require Israel relinquishing any part of its land or compromise its security.
Although solid in his convictions, David is not afraid to discuss his views with those who oppose them, or with representatives of other faiths. He has appeared in live and recorded debates, as well as multinational interfaith conferences and forums. In his view, people need not agree in order to respect each other, and even in places of conflicting interest, there are common interests to be found. He believes in investing efforts for the enhancement of positive potential rather than wasting energy on fears of the unknown that may never materialize.
His show airs: Tuesdays 10am ET / 5pm Israel
On Today Show David Ha’ivri will be speaking with Ben Tzion a Jewish man who recently traveled to Saudi Arabia. Dangerous, adventurous, surely unusual. A Jewish man of faith and peace Ben Tzion regularly visits …Keep Reading!
On today’s show David Ha’ivri will be speaking with Paula Stern who is a blogger in Israel. For many years blogging as a soldier’s mother sharing the intimate experience as a mom who sent three …Keep Reading!
Should something be done to stop the Jewish Lobby in America? Is a brave American presidents needed to restrict their operations? These outrageous demands have been revealed in correspondence by the heir to British monarchy, …Keep Reading!
On today’s show I am going to be speaking with Craig Dershowitz founder and director of artists4israel.org an organization that has brought over 1000 artists to Israel. Their agenda is to support and heal individuals …Keep Reading!
On Today Show I will be speaking about the olive Harvest in the Shomron. The hills are bustling with activity of families going out to pick their olives. My family too is very busy picking …Keep Reading!
Today David will be speaking with Zionist News Video Producer Scott Jacobs who runs the jewtube.info/platforms. He recently covered the on going Reservists on Duty speaking tour in Universities on the West Coast in the U.S. …Keep Reading!
On today’s show David will be speaking with two men, an Arab and a Pakistani, who are friends of Israel. He and guest Ramy Aziz will be discussing Netanyahu’s friendly meeting with Egyptian President Al …Keep Reading!
On today’s show David will be speaking with Joshua Wander from the city of Jerusalem . Josh lives in the largest Jewish neighborhood in the so-called East Jerusalem. Maaleh HaZeitim has about 120 families. Josh …Keep Reading!
On Today’s Show, David will be speaking about the upcoming Sukkot holiday. On Sunday David and Mollie visited the Samaritan community in Holon as guests of Samaritan scholar Benjamim Sadka where he shared insight about …Keep Reading!