Episode 163 – To Vietnam and Back – The Incredible Story of Howard Goldin – Part I


This is the story of a Vietnam War Veteran who was injured in Vietnam and carries the scars of the war until today.

About 10 years ago something happened that changed his life and eventually the lives of thousands of children in Vietnam.

In Part I of this podcast episode you'll hear a personal account of the Vietnam war.

In Part II of this podcast episode you'll hear the rest of the story and the incredible turn of events that took place in Vietnam.

This is a good one. This what Podcasts are for.



Shira Banki was a 15 year old girl who was murdered last year during the Gay Pride Parade in Jerusalem. She came to the parade to support her friends and encourage tolerance but she was stabbed to death.

Together with her parents we're creating a Program of Tolerance including a unique podcast series that will be taught to teenagers by teenagers. They will become our Ambassadors of Tolerance. The program will teach the stories of individuals from all walks of life who choose to help others while risking their own lives.

Donate and make a difference today – Tolerance, In Memory of Shira Banki



Music used in this podcast episode

  • Coming Home – TeknoAxe
  • Fields of Wheat – TeknoAxe
  • Stepping Outside to a Spring Day – TeknoAxe
  • Convoy – TeknoAxe
  • Jungle_Battle – TeknoAxe
  • Harbinger of Redemption – TeknoAxe
  • Waypoint D – TeknoAxe
  • Traversing an Alien World – TeknoAxe
  • Waypoint E – TeknoAxe
  • Gentle Embrace – TeknoAxe
  • Chariots of the Sun – TeknoAxe






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  1. וואו יובל, איזה פרק מרתק ומצמרר…
    פרק מאוד מרגש על נושא שלדעתי לא כל כך מוכר בישראל.
    אחד הטובים ביותר שלך לדעתי.

    אני תורם.

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