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84 minutes | a year ago
Julius Ciss: From Judaism to Jesus to Judaism
In our second episode, Avrum interviews Julius Ciss, an old friend and the executive director and founder of Jews for Judaism, a counter-missionary organization. In our schmooze, you’ll hear the fascinating story of how he, a son of Holocaust survivors, became a believer in Jesus Christ for five years—and how he found his way back to Judaism, eventually launching a non-profit aimed at helping Jews in similar situations. Julius is a brave man and a powerful community leader who has saved many Jewish souls, and this compelling interview dives deep into the life of a man who talks the spiritual talk and walks the spiritual walk. Kol Avrum is hosted by Avrum Rosensweig. This episoded was mixed and edited by Howard Pasternack. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer, and our music is by Kevin MacLeod. Learn more about Jews for Judaism here, listen to Avrum's other long-form interview podcast Hatradio!, and discover more Jewish podcasts at The CJN Podcast Network.
98 minutes | a year ago
Aboud Dandachi: A Syrian Refugee on His Love for Israel
On the debut episode of Kol Avrum, guest Aboud Dandachi, a refugee from Syria, talks about life across the Middle East, how he came to Canada and the slow realization that Israel wasn't the enemy of his people. Kol Avrum is hosted by Avrum Rosensweig. This episode was mixed and edited by Howard Pasternack. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer, and our music is by Kevin MacLeod. Follow Aboud on Twitter, listen to Avrum's other long-form interview podcast [Hatradio!](https://hatradio.podbean.com/), and discover more Jewish podcasts at The CJN Podcast Network.
1 minutes | a year ago
Introducing Kol Avrum
The phrase Kol Ram literally means "a loud voice" in Hebrew, and veteran radio host and CJN contributor Avrum Rosensweig certainly has a loud voice—and a valuable one. Every month, Avrum invites a different guest to share their story and better understand what it means to be Jewish. Whether it's a local butcher or a federal politician, Avrum listens to their stories in a long-form interview to better understand what makes the Canadian Jewish community worth celebrating.
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