Shalom TV Rebrands as JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service

Former Shin Bet director Avi Dichter speaks on the current security situation in Israel, including Operation Protective edge, and the threat of ISIS at the FIDF Annual Fundraiser in Stamford, CT. Former Shin Bet operative, Gonen Ben Yitzhak, discusses the Palestinian shooting of Yehuda Glick, whose group is petitioning for Jews to pray on the Temple Mount, and what it says about peace prospects.

Gil Hoffman, chief political correspondent and analyst for Jerusalem Post, discusses the threats posed by ISIS and Iran on the peace process in a talk entitled, "Peace, Politics & Projectiles: An Insider's Look at the Aftermath of the War in Gaza" at the Bellmore Jewish Center.

Combat decorated marine officer, Iraq veteran and entrepreneur Zach Iscol sits to discuss his experience as a Marine, his time in Iraq as Special Operations Command (Battle of Fallujah), his dedication to the service and perspective on the state of US foreign affairs today.

 Shalom TV, America's Jewish television network, is now "JBS" - the Jewish Broadcasting Service ( rebrand reflects Shalom TV's expanding role on the world Jewish scene as the channel is positioned to become the global English-language Jewish channel. JBS is like PBS television in another crucial respect -- it is a non-profit Jewish organization which relies on viewer support from tax-deductible donations.