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June 07, 1981

Israel and Nuclear Weapons Threats - Operation Opera

On the anniversary of Israel's air strike that destroyed Saddam Husein's nuclear reactor near Baghdad on June 7th, 1981 and against the background of former Mossad Chief Meir Dagen's warning that Israel should not attack Iran's nuclear weapons sites today, IsraCast presents a report broadcast shortly after the Israeli preventative attack on Iraq.

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May 11, 2000

An Evening of Songs for Danny - ערב שירים לדני

 אחרי מלחמת ששת הימים, משנת 1969 התקיימו כל שנה במערה הקסומה, שבקיבוץ בית-גוברין, ערבי שירה עם מיטב הלהקות והזמר העברי. הערב נקרא: "ערב שירים לדני", לזכרו של דני ורדון מגבעת ברנר, אשר נפל באל-עריש במלחמת ששת הימים.


 Following the Six Day War (the War of Independence), starting in 1969, performances took place every year at the enchanting cave of Kibbutz Beit-Guvrin providing evenings of song by the best of Hebrew singers and bands.  This evening was called: "An Evening of Songs for Danny", in remembrance of Danny Verdon of Kibbutz Givat Brenner, who fell in Al-Arish during the Six Day War.

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October 06, 2000

A Farewell To Peres As President That Will Make You Smile

 One of Israel's longest serving and most memorable statesmen, Shimon Peres, has finished his term as President of Israel, bringing his 70-year (he is now 91) career of public service to an end, for now at least. Watch this humorous satire that his granddaughter, screen writer Mika Almog, created in honor of the occasion, inspired by her grandfather's "Letter to a Younger Generation."

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September 22, 2000

THE YOM KIPPUR WAR - 42 YEARS OF REMEMBERING

 The IsraCast guide to information on the Yom Kippur War of 1973:  Access to live recordings from the war, exclusive post-war recording of Arik Sharon discussing his part, historical facts you may not have known about the war and its many complexities, insightful analysis of the war and region, and explanation of the Yom Kippur - the holiest day in the Jewish Year.

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September 22, 2015

Exclusive! Gen. Sharon & Yom Kippur Protocols

 One of the most controversial issues of the Yom Kippur Protocols were the comments by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan that IDF soldiers, cut off in their fortified outposts along the Suez Canal, would be left to their fate. This flies in the face of the IDF's tradition of not leaving soldiers behind to be killed or captured by the enemy. In an extraordinary twist of fate, IsraCast's Avi Yaffe was doing reserve duty as a radio operator at the Porkan outpost that was surrounded by the Egyptians opposite Ismailiya. Yaffe was in radio contact with Gen. Sharon during the first days of the war including the soldiers daring trek through Egyptian lines back to safety. After the war was over, Yaffe interviewed Sharon who revealed that he could have saved the trapped soldiers in the outposts, most of whom were later captured or killed by the Egyptian forces. In light of publication of the Yom Kippur Protocols, Avi Yaffe has now decided to make public this exclusive and historic interview on his IsraCast website. 

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September 22, 2000

EXCLUSIVE! Recording of never-before-played song from the Yom Kippur War

During the war, a portion of the recordings that Avi Yaffe recorded of the war were publicized.  After hearing these recordings, Avi was approached by singer Avraham Pereira and Composer Haim Tzur to record a special set of songs written in lieu of the war in Avi's studio.

במלחמת יום הכיפורים, כאשר חזרתי הביתה, פורסמו חלק מההקלטות שביצעתי בעת המלחמה במעוז פורקן.
בעקבות זאת, פנו אלי הזמר אברהם פררה והמלחין חיים צור וביקשו להקליט באולפני מספר שירים.

 

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May 17, 1967

Liberation of the Temple Mount and Western Wall

Hear the sounds of gunfire, the footsteps of Israeli soldiers as they draw closer and closer and as General Uzi Narkiss instructs them and asks to be shown where the Western Wall stands. Hear triumphant Brigadier, General Shlomo Goren, who was later to become the Chief Rabbi of Israel, as he recites the memorial prayer and sounds the shofar as Israeli soldiers weep with sorrow over their comrades killed in combat.

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Listen to Historic Broadcast Includes transcript of the recording
April 22, 2015

The Forgotten Death List of Vukovar

On the eve of holocaust remembrance day, IsraCast is publishing the first time a list of 110 Jewish families, some 284 victims who were murdered in Croatian controlled Vukovar during World War II. Serbian officials compiled the documented list of the Jews after Serbia took over the area after the war. The list of families is in alphabetic order and includes the victims' birth date and also their date of execution. Nearly all the Jews were murdered in 1941-1942. Avi Yaffe of IsraCast visited Vukovar shortly before it was handed back to Croatia and saw evidence that the Serbs have gathered the remains of holocaust victims from mass graves and given them a proper burial.

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September 08, 2014

Egypt, IsraCast & Territorial Solution For Gaza

  In Israel, the Galei Tzahal radio station has reported that al Sisi was willing to contribute 1,600 square kilometers of Sinai to expand Gaza five times its present size. The new territory, together with Gaza, would provide the Palestinians with a Palestinian state under control of the Palestinian Authority, which is headed by President Mahmoud Abbas. On August 6, 2005, the IsraCast website first reported on a land swap proposal for Sinai that was proposed by Prof. Yehoshua Ben Arieh. At that time, IsraCast sponsor, Avi Yaffe even raised the question at a private meeting with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who expressed interest in the idea.

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Listen to Professor Ben-Arieh Audio Interview with Prof. Ben-Arieh
June 11, 2014

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED IN BITUNIA?

 I have worked in tape analysis for over forty and have been appointed by Israeli courts to serve as 'expert witness' and present impartial conclusions when litigants present conflicting sound and sight evidence. At my Jerusalem studio I use sophisticated equipment to reach a true and objective analysis. I do not contend that tragic events did not occur in the clash between Palestinian rioters at Bitunia on May 15th. But before drawing any conclusions from what may appear to be evident from the photographs, it is essential to first conduct a detailed and professional analysis. 

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January 09, 2014

ARIEL SHARON'S FINAL HOURS

 

The latest reports from Ariel Sharon's bedsides indicate that the former Israeli Prime Minister is now in critical condition and could pass away at any time.  The whole State of Israel is now awaiting the sad news.

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June 20, 2000

SHIMON PERES - STOPS ALONG THE WAY TO 90

President Shimon Peres is one of Israel's longest serving, and most respected of politicians, having served as both Prime Minister and President of Israel - the only politician to do so, to date. President Shimon Peres is one of Israel's longest serving, and most respected of politicians, having served as both Prime Minister and President of Israel - the only politician to do so, to date.

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March 12, 2013

FRONT-RUNNER TO THE PAPACY, CANADIAN CARDINAL AT JERUSALEM RECORDING STUDIOS

Considered to be among the two most likely front-runners for the Papacy, 68-year-old Cardinal Marc Ouellet is a likely choice.

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July 03, 2009

Jo Amar (1930-2009)

World renowned Moroccan Jewish singer Yosef "Jo" Amar passed away this week in New York. He was 79 years old. Listen to rare recordings of few of Amar's earliest songs that were recorded by sound technician Avi Yaffe 42 years ago, two weeks before the outbreak of the Six-Day War in 1967.

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May 26, 2008

French singer Patrick Bruel in Israel

Patrick Bruel, a well-known Jewish actor and singer from France is coming to Israel for a concert in the city of Ra'anana, which will feature the best from Bruel’s 17 albums. He will sing together with the Israeli singer Shlomo Artzi. On 1996 Bruel recorded a new song in Avi Yaffe Studios (Isracast Studios) in Jerusalem with the Stradivarius Violinist Ivri Gitlis.

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April 16, 2007

Exclusive - Catholic Collusion In Croatia

Some of the most horrific Holocaust  atrocities against Jews were perpetrated by the Pavelic regime in Croatia. The tragic history of the Jewish communities in that country has yet to be told because there are literally no survivors. But part of the documentation still survives. On this Holocaust and Remembrance Day, Avi Yaffe of IsraCast reveals documented evidence of how the Catholic church collaborated in the annihilation of the Jewish communities of Croatia. The town of Vukovar, located on the Croatian border with Serbia, is but an example of what transpired in Croatia where the Ustasha movement was unleashed, with the support of the Catholic church, to launch a sadistic campaign of murder and torture against Serbs, Jews and Gypsies. The Ustasha barbarity was said to have even shocked their German masters. 

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March 09, 2007

POW Expose

The screening of the Israeli documentary on the 'Shaked' special forces unit in the Six-Day War of 1967 has sparked a fierce reaction in Egypt. One part of the film aired on Channel One television related to the Shaked pursuit operation against a battalion of 250 Egyptian soldiers who had been attacking Israeli targets in Sinai. It is the practice and policy of the Israel Defense Forces to respect the rights of POWs. In time of war, Israel shows captured POWs each one saying his  name on television to show they are alive and being fairly treated. In contrast, Arab states do not even release the names of Israeli POWs so their anguished families can know they are alive. Who did what to Egyptian and Israeli POWs? IsraCast presents new information on the burning issue that is threatening Israeli-Egyptian relations.

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January 01, 2006

Avi Yaffe

Avi Yaffe is probably one of Israel's most recognized and respected personalities in the studio and sound recording industry. A native of Israel, Avi is a 40-year veteran of the recording industry.

His dramatic recordings from a Suez Canal bunker during the Yom-Kippur War of 1973 garnered international attention. Those recordings, which are featured on the IsraCast homepage, have once again drawn world attention during this 30-year anniversary of the war. Since 1963, when he founded his Jerusalem Recording Studio, Avi has been servicing the broadcast needs of professional journalists, recording and transmitting feeds to radio stations all over the world.

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December 08, 2005

The dawn of cognitive technology

Cognitive technology is a new and evolving field which combines the interactive qualities of modern computers with the knowledge acquired by cognitive psychology to create tools that can preserve and improve our cognitive abilities. In this article, we chose to cover one of the pioneers in this field, the Israeli company CogniFit, which has developed a unique adaptive technology that enables its software to learn the users abilities, and based on this data, create a personalized cognitive training program.

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January 31, 2005

Avi Yaffe Jerusalem Recording Studios

Avi Yaffe Jerusalem Recording Studios, Israel's leading recording and broadcast facilities, provides all of IsraCast's recording, post-production and transmitting needs.

Located in Jerusalem, Avi Yaffe Jerusalem Recording Studios offers two fully-equipped, state-of-the-art studios, top-of-the-line broadcasting and editing equipment and a seasoned team of audio technicians. It offers a full range of broadcast options--from pre-recordings to live broadcasts--and its services can be tailored to every conceivable format.

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