17 Burst results for "Ben Gurion Airport"

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Attacked by Russian operatives and in a cyber attack under the Biden administration. These attacks have increased. Why The same reason that there's that there's violence in the Middle East right now. When a new president comes in. Everybody tests thumb. And the Russians. Well, instead of massing more troops on the Ukrainian border, they figure Hey, it's a lot easier to test him by having all of our groups that we allowed to operate in our country. Cyber hackers let them do it, and that's what's been going on. So yesterday, buying signed some half fast executive order. Strengthen protections from cyber attacks. This is this is two days after gent, Ginger Jen Psaki said. Well, it's really the it's really the problem of the Of the companies to strengthen their cyber defenses. Look, think about what's happening. People aren't getting back to work. We have that we have that depressing jobs report last week. Supposed to be a million new jobs, 250,000. Why? Because businesses can't find people to work. Why? Because they're sitting at home collecting a check. Two. We have everyone in the world testing us. We have the Russians testing us. We have the Chinese testing us. Oh, oh, and and And what else do we have? Yeah, we have Hamas, a terrorist group firing rockets at Israel. I have to give Biden a little bit of credit because he actually did say Israel has a right to defend itself. Finally, my expectation hope is that Uh, s so big Closing down sooner than later. But Israel has a right to defend itself when you have thousands of rockets flying and day your territory, but thank God from a terrorist organization that is sworn to eliminate Israel and we all know what eliminating Israel means, right. The Iranians say it, wipe it off the map. What does it mean? If the Palestinians or group affiliated with the Palestinians. Hamas, which is a known terrorist group, is sworn it's in their charter, the elimination of Israel. Where do all the Israelis go? Much specifically where do all the Jews go? This wasn't happening under Donald Trump. Sure there was skirmishes and rockets in this and that wasn't happening like this. The airport in Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport shut down. Why we can't have rockets flying over an airport if they're flying over Logan or Green. Or or Bradley, you wouldn't you wouldn't be taking off landing. No. Can't take that kind of a chance. All of this is going on because of perceived weakness, which I would say The perceived weakness is actually real weakness. It's not perceived It took him all this time to stand by Israel. Meanwhile, you've got Alexandria Castillo Cortez, You've got receded to leave. Who's Who says her grandmother lives in Palestine or the occupied territories. You've got Milan, Omar. One who said on 9 11. Some people did something. You've got weakness, weakness, and whenever you have weakness, you embolden the bad guys. That's why Donald Trump's description is apt. Jimmy Carter was weak, too. Donald Trump for all of his his foolishness, and you know the the tweeting and all of that. World leaders said this guy serious and, frankly, they thought he was a little unpredictable. So they said, Well, I don't think we need to test him. That's why Joe Biden is weak right now. That's why Joe Biden's presidencies failing when we return, Joe Biden is trying to get congressional leaders To spend the money he wants to spend will do that. And other news out of Washington D. C with our national correspondent Rory O'Neil. When we return you're listening to the gym. Polledo Show your safe space. Mervis.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Ben Gurion Airport is closed. And their pipeline's been hit. Why is this happening Because the Palestinians know that the bite administration will do nothing to support Israel. Donald Trump was in office. Israel was strengthened. Israel was supported Palestinians knew you. They're not getting away with any of this terrorist activity. Sure, there were little things here and there, but now It's full on assault. And what do you think? The Biden administration? What do you think practicing Obama's third term when you think they're going to tell Israel stand down. Diplomacy, use diplomacy. We must bring about a 22 state solution which is absurd. What they must do is crush the Palestinian terrorists. That's what they must do, and they need the support of the United States to do that, because they need to get their musicians from some place. They're not going to get them from Russia. Ain't gonna get him from Saudi Arabia. So that's where we're at right now. On every front. We're being overwhelmed, Overwhelmed, overwhelmed, overwhelmed, So I was saying to this friend of mine today. Uh, everybody's still harkening back to. We're gonna have election integrity. We're gonna do this. Look, look, look, Look, I don't want to use the term. Give it up, but give it up. Because going forward what's gonna happen is the system has taken down with the thinking We're in the minority. Now they're not going to all of us and sudden. Say, Hey, look, Michael in Dell's come up with a, uh proof they don't care. They're not taking it into a court of law. They're not going to take it into a court of law. It's already been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that the election was Friday late November 2020. Nobody cares now. I'm not ready that off. Is that something? We shouldn't try and and right? Of course we should. We want our elections to be secure. But as it stands right now, the damage is being done so fast and furiously were being overwhelmed on every front. I just told you how Israel's being overwhelmed,.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"It was too much because they could not possibly let egypt get back to the place it was in a prior to unware sada signing a an coming to camp david and signing the civil peace agreement with israel They couldn't have needed to have control over egypt because egypt is a major base of power. It's a base of culture as well inside of the middle east. It's a great media movies and it has a great influence and in the days of When he was in control this was a huge problem though for the us uk. France israel in the region's massive problem. Slum ask how how much of these transitions and kind of moving around of positioning pieces has to do with the flow of oil. I know that's part of it. Right coming talking about the persian gulf talking about the bob l. managed straight and all the way up to the canal. I can out that correct. I know wh wh what's the i'm blanking on the name from the other side of anyway the point is that is that is that the largest factor there or is there more going on in regard to control argued arguably when the inevitable effort against iran happens. They'll close down the their control of their waterway. Which is the point at which discussion being as well bob l. maddah straight could be another direction but yemen controls that as well you know that kind of idea or at least is present in that location. So how much of this has to do with the flow of oil In terms of egypt or in terms of trying to go after yemen trying to toppling egypt's going after iran yet i war in yemen is essentially. I mean the objective would be For saudis failed no Dramatically had it right before this would be an easy operation overthrowing on sar law But that was about placing pipelines for their And so as well and averting having to use the strait of hormuz of Comes under in. The persian gulf comes in under the control of iran. And so you want to negate iran in that. This is how you do it. And this is why for instance. It's necessary on a on a strategic political level for iran to back on sorrow luck. Okay as well as on humanitarian grounds or on ideological grounds right to aid them into back them in terms of the political arena. Or whatever it would be. This is one of the reasons because they're trying to attack. Iran with this move and so an attack on yemen can mean an attack on iran. So these things are very much interlinked even with the united arab emirates signing the so called peace deal with the israelis. They're going if and when they had the meeting last year leaving november When the first ever meeting which occurred and signing in ben gurion airport They were basically agreeing to use an old Pipeline which was essentially sets up in the days of this shaw to be used between israel and iran And which a the the nations had said that the israel should pay back trillions essentially for what they've done they're going to israel's but essentially the united arab emirates with us this and now they're looking at starting the new What would be the new jazz railway And so so. The transportation of goods between the united arab emirates in a new sort of trade..

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:50 min | 9 months ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"First up though this is a pivotal moment in the campaign against corona virus and in britain. Today the government is congratulating itself on the rollout of a second corona virus. Vaccine matt hancock. The health secretary told the bbc that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine was our way out. So it's it's really really good news because it's it's going to be a tough few weeks ahead. Inoculations should now speed up. Although britain was the first country to authorize a vaccine just one point five percent of the population has had it. that's better than in america or less than a percent half a current rates. It would take years for the whole population to be vaccinated. And then there's israel which has already inoculated thirteen percent of its population as the country passed a million doses administered prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said the country was breaking all records magnon show call seem event will millionaire is on to let the backdrop to israel. Success is complicated. It's imposed a third national lockdown as case numbers have spiked and once again. There are preparations for an election. After the country's parliament the knesset was dissolved last month. The vote in march will be the fourth in two years. And these aren't separate facets of israeli life mr netanyahu is painting his continued political fortunes on a successful vaccination drive so visited a number of vaccination sentences injuries of the days. And you'll feffer is our israel correspondent. Most of the time it seems very orderly very efficient people coming in most of them over sixty most of them already have an appointment and within minutes are ushered into a room weather number of cubicles and they get their job. It's over in a couple of minutes. Asked to wait for a few minutes just to make sure they're okay and before they leave. They're given an appointment for another three weeks time for their second job now. The elderly people are quite emotional because they've been sheltering from for months they haven't been meeting family or friends suddenly a feeling of relief and even of joy among some people there and another interesting phenomena is towards the end of the day usually late afternoon early evening when the appointments are about to end you get also rush of younger people arriving at the centers in the hope that there are still does is left over from the elderly people vaccination and usually are a few dozen dollars left over at the center which are then administered to younger people who don't have an appointment. And how is it that israel has got so far ahead of other countries in its vaccination program or there are a number of reasons first of all. Israel is a relatively small country was a small population so it can carry out such an operation quite quickly and the districts are relatively simple once the doses of arrived at ben gurion airport near tel aviv. They're taken to a main logistics hub. Weather's subzero temperatures storage facility. And then they're shipped out across the country and in a matter of hours. There were ready at clinics hospitals at vaccination centers. The other main reason i think is that israel has universal healthcare but unlike in britain for example where you have one organization. Dna chess taking care. Everyone's healthcare and israel is divided into four different. Hmo's health maintenance organizations which compete between each other for members and for government funding and this has been very helpful for the vaccination drive because each of the four hmo's basically competing between themselves to show that they can rolled out very quickly and efficiently. Set the appointments and have it all being done in a matter of minutes because everybody's comparing with each other we are my hmo gave me this kind of service. That kind of stuff they know. There's a stiff competition here. So there's a very lot of pressure on them to make this efficient as possible. And what about the broader. They've global competition for access to toback scenes themselves. How is it that israel has ended up with so many of them early. On during the development process of the vaccinations israel signed on with medina and astra zeneca but when it turned out that fiso would probably be the first manufacturer with tested and authorize vaccine volume and now. Israel's prime minister himself got involved in the process and with other senior officials in the health. Sector has quite protracted negotiations with with pfizer and israel agreed to pay a premium price. That party twice. What european countries paying an american countries are paying pfizer. But the decision was made that israel could afford to pay that extra price but if it would mean that the economy would be free of corona virus relatively early. And then there's also the rule that mr netanyahu himself is playing in encouraging israelis to get vaccinated. Netanyahu has made himself the face of the vaccination drive. He was on the scene at apple. Two and a half weeks ago in the first shipment arrived the next day and then the two weeks ago. He had in full glare of cameras. First javanese ron himself down so i don uplift wheelchair mahaffey cool did that one. Small individual one great step for our public health. They're trying to make himself into neil armstrong and give himself a moonshot moment and ever since he's been visiting almost every day vaccination centres having photographs with the five hundred thousand vaccinate. The million the vaccine the is become very much the project and he's ignoring every other aspect of israel's less stenner handling of covid. How do you mean how badly has been hit by the pandemic. Everyone's talking now. The fact that israel is the world leader as far as proportion of population to be vaccinated but people should also remember that israel food areas in recent months was also the world leader in the daily rate of covert infections and is currently undergoing its third nationwide lockdown so in many aspects of handing of covid. Israel hasn't been doing well and we've seen in the polls house party. Likud has gone down in the polls. If elections were to be held now he would have lost about quarter of the seat that he wouldn't just in the last election in march and this is why he's latching on the vaccinations in the hope that this will revive his electoral hopes right because now israel is heading for yet. Another is that came about. So israel had three elections in twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty each elections neither side not the serving prime minister netanyahu nor the centre-left led by bennie. Ganz succeeded in forming a coalition. It was three stalemated elections finally last april netanyahu against rival at the power sharing agreement. But that didn't last very long and just a few weeks ago. The agreement fell apart was heading another election. it's fourth in under two years on march twenty third. And so do you think that. Mr netanyahu making himself the very public face of this seemingly successful vaccination campaign.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

"Hi macy. Are you doing good. So can you say where we are. We are standing in the arrivals hall at ben gurion airport and we're waiting for toma upper bound and yet l. benign f from habits. And the arrivals hall looks very empty right. There is literally nobody coming out. It's empty mostly workers and a lot of flights from dubai on the screen. Yeah that's very new development act. It's quite amazing. Like half of the flights on the screen currently are from dubai is there no corona and dubai. I have no idea. I hope not. We waited around marveling. The amount of flights from the un two three four five six seven eight nine ten ten flights from dubai. Isn't that surprising. Literally half of the flights are from dubai. It's not surprising when you know israelis and how much they love to travel like. That's the first opportunity they'd get to to go to buy and they're they're doing it. Yeah maybe not surprising at all that surprising but new then marie. Our newest producer spotted them. Told me tall and worn out jeans in one of those flimsy surgical masks. Hello i'm dumber. I'm a photographer. I'm thirty two and i've been For the for the last sixteen years and the l. curly-haired almost half tomio size with a much fancier cloth mask okay. My name is l. Banana twenty six years old And you from. I'm from once a week every week. Tormenta nail drive to the airport but they aren't platinum frequent flyers or billionaire jet setters. In fact they don't even bring a suitcase instead. Tommy carries to camera bags and l. I'll she has a notebook and a pen together. They are the dual behind one of israel's most popular newspaper columns how we can magazines flights flights in in hebrew. it's desert nikkan associates. Can you tell us a little bit about the column..

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on WDRC

"Outside. And, uh, I just want to say that being first because you were the first being the first was very important that you be the first. Because you're leading a path leading away and it's something that people were very surprised that I will say that Even the biggest optimist were shocked when they heard about this transaction. And shocked in a very positive way. So I want to thank you for Making it all happen. Thank you for that. His President Donald Trump, talking about Thie Abraham Accord signed today by the United Arab Emirates and also by Bahrain. And now as of tonight, the Times of Israel's reporting there, maybe 7 to 9 other countries that are on track to sign similar peace deals with the state of Israel. Welcome, backto the Lawrence Larson Show and Welcome to Boris Epstein, who is Trump's 2020 strategic advisor. Boris. We haven't talked to you in two long has Donald Trump Created the conditions for a brand new face for the entire Middle East. No, that about a lot of great to be with you. And I miss strategic advisor and actually public As of tonight, I'm a co chair of Jewish voices for Trump Coalition Advisory board. So s so this is what I'm working on in terms of outreach to the Jewish people. Jewish voters. In America and Jewish voters in America who living around the world as well but voting here and making it so clear that under the leadership of president from Jared Kushner, Avi Burt Corts U. S ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, this administration the president has to have changed the world. They changed the way Middle East works because these agreements Lars they're not just important in themselves, and they are vital their historic First agreement with us and narrow any Arab nation and since 1990 for over 25 years, But there are also important that the actually the bad actors in Iran the terrorist human neuron, and they're sending a message to the Palestinians off. Hey, you've got no choice, complaining sandbox. Let's get a resolution. Well. In fact, it's funny boards have because I watched them the liberal media. I don't know if it was The New York Times at one of the big liberal newspapers said this puts the Palestinians in a terrible spot, though it doesn't put the 10 Palestinians and terrible spot correct me if I'm wrong, But if you end up with multiple countries, maybe based on the Times of Israel report 10 or 11, Middle East countries, the majors Other than Iran and say Syria if they're all on board, saying, Yep, we can co exist with Israel. They have a right to exist. We could do trade. We can have airplanes that fly through our skies that come from, you know, from Ben Gurion Airport and go all the way to the United Arab Emirates and fly over Saudi Arabia. All of a sudden, the Palestinians may feel marginalized and that they can no longer be used as a wedge. By the Arab world, the Muslim world against the state of Israel, hoping for the destruction of the state of Israel, they can get on board two or they can choose to remain on Azan outlier. That's a very insightful look. And I agree with you. If you you have to separate the leaders of the Palestinians, the politician, the Hamas terror organization and the Palestinian people. I'm not going to speak for the Palestinian people. But having been Tio into the area haven't been to the West Bank. I won't tell you that. My understanding of the 1000 people who want peace and it's the leadership of Abbas. He was Abdullah. He's while you're 15. Over four year term. Now, Mahmoud Abbas on breast taking the Hamas and Ghana who are causing your whole causing an insurrection in the problems, work, firing the rockets. And so I am there. The today Bram accords. The future successes that on Lee on ly, impossible under a Trump administration will bring about that season because you are seeing the Arab world, Lars. Move and start facing Israel because who would rather do business with who would they rather exchange travel with what they're rather visit? Isn't the Israelis or the geranium. I think the answer is very clear. Well and boars for people in this country. You know, I've been there five times I've been over to the West Bank I've bend to. Ah Ah Been Tio Tio the parts of you that are so important to Christianity, like like Shepherd's fields on and in those areas, and I have been to Judean Samaria, where Jews and Muslims work together and joint enterprises and and when I was there once I said, so should I assume that the person who's the boss of These little companies there were, you know, 50 or 60 of them. Employing about 6000 people in these little business enterprises is the boss always Jewish. And they said No. Sometimes the boss is a Muslim and the workers of Jews and vice versa. I said, Well, that kind of that that opens up a whole new window and much higher wages for those people, But let me ask you about this. As this starts to happen, correct me if I'm wrong, But many of the Arab countries in the past have said the one place that Palestinians cannot leave the West Bank and go say to another Arab countries. I'm tired of all this. I don't want to live in this kind of condition, but most of many of those Arab country said you can't come here. Would this kind of deal open up the door so that many of those that I think is about three million people in the West Bank? Who could say fine, I'm leaving. And if they lose that population, they migrate to another immigrant emigrate to another country and Arab country Muslim country. Then all of a sudden, they they lose the wedge as something useful to try and use against Israel. Correct. Well, I don't know. I don't want to get into that portion of it, because that's in the relation between Okay, Austin hands in the air and the Arab countries. What I'm focused on the achievements of this president in working with Israel and the Arab world to bring them about pieces ability. But when I will see if he's in stability, you know, rises. All ships, right, just like a rising tide rises all ships, so in my in my belief in my understanding that Long lasting peace between Israel and the kingdom of far and is on the Israel Onda. Hopefully, the other countries that are down the line, you will absolutely open up opportunities. We're traveling just more freedom around the Middle East and further marginalize the bad actors on Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran. I'm talking to Boris Epstein, who is the Trump 2020 strategic advisor. So tell me that in the last minute and a half or so we've got How is it possible because I always had great faith that Donald Trump is the consummate dealmaker and and, of course, the mainstream media and the political after even some of those on the right side, he doesn't know anything about foreign policy can't possibly achieve this. How is it that he's been able to do this when decades of presidents before him have not been able to bring something like this about? It's really breaks through thinking is what it is. It is out of the box planning by the president. By Jared Kushner, Avi BERKOWITZ ambassador treatment These leaders have come to him together and said, How do we approach this issue differently? Apply BusinessWorld lessons apply the way that things have been resolved outside of Washington D C to this problem, and that's where you're seeing you're seeing An approach that's really never been tried in approach of Let's Open up our doors bring bring in potential partners, and it worked and all those I want strong words. But I can't thread with all those port unquote experts. People who mock president from Monster A crystal mocked my good friend Na'vi Berkowitz, the special presented for international negotiation called Coffee Boy. Well, they could all sit down because success speaks for itself. Boris. It is always a pleasure. We're gonna have you back a lot. By the way for those people who were the mockers is his crow considered kosher in this case for them to start eating right now over, we're going to close your eyes right now. It's OK.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was very courageous and The name of the records of the Abraham Accords, which refers to Abraham, the father of the three great religions that came from the Holy Land, Abraham and Abraham and Arabic and Abraham and in Hebrew, and so it's It's a really remarkable It's a very special day. So we know two sides to every deal. The U. S is saying they're calling this a Hey, an immediate stop to annexation on the part of the Israelis. The Israelis are stressing that that's only a temporary suspension. The president and you and others are saying, stressing how temporary it is, but if that's the case, how can it what is it that the can count on? Was there some sort of unspoken agreement for how long the suspension This annexation will be well Look. Israel wants Tio Tio extend sovereignty and its laws Tio parts of of the Holy Land and Way wouldn't refer to his temporary would say it's a suspension. What ultimately has to happen? Judy is the Palestinians have to sit down with the Israelis and have to negotiate these issues, and Israel has said that they're not gonna extend sovereignty without understanding from the United States. And what we're pressing force form or Arab countries and more Islamic countries. Toe open ties with Israel is the courageously dead and to bring the Palestinians the negotiating table. There's a lot to the Palestinians and Israelis could talk about their great opportunities for the Palestinians. President Trump in his vision for peace, endorsed a two state solution has economic plans that would double the Palestinian GDP in just a few years. So there's a huge opportunity here for the Palestinians and the Palestinians and Israelis could sit down and talk about where the line should be drawn on the real estate in the region, that and that, and I do want to get to that, But I just want to clarify. So you're saying the U. S will be okay, keeping this diplomatic arrangement as it is, even if Israel goes back to annexation, But we don't think the Israelis are gonna are gonna extend sovereignty at this point. This is a very important deal for Israel and And bring us peace between them and one of their neighbors. It's a great accomplishment of Prime Minister Netanyahu. So unless the U. S gave the Israelis the green light to extend sovereignty, I don't think that's gonna happen. So I think all the parties were very satisfied with the arrangement. Today you mentioned the Palestinians and and how they see this. You say you hope that there could be some something worked out between the US and the Palestinians, but clearly they are not happy with this. Saying they feel they've been sold out by an ally. And given that what what are the Palestinians even a factor for the United States anymore in this, because they obviously turned down the most recent U. S proposal for peace in the middle? Well, look, this deal is going to take a long time to work out between the Israelis and the Palestinians and President Trump, who's AH great deal maker knew that from the start In fact, one of the lives I've said earlier today is that President Trump is known as a great deal maker. I think history is going to remember President Trump as a great peacemaker, having brought peace to Israel and and the only the third Arab country to have recognized Israel, But he's very committed to the Palestinian people and the vision from Middle East peace that he's laid out with as a two state solution has massive economic benefits to the Palestinians. I'm hopeful that the Palestinian leaders will start to recognize that this is a great opportunity for them to sit down with an interlocutor in Israel, but also with President Trump, who would like to broker a great deal between Palestina, the Palestinians and the Israelis, and hopefully we can make some progress. In the meantime, I think you're going to see some other other Arab countries follow in the footsteps, and that's going to be great for the Middle East. It's going. It's going to be great for the region. So you mentioned other countries twice Now. I mean, how far along are those negotiations with these other countries? Could there be Other countries involved in this same thing. By the time you sign this in September, you know, I don't know if they'll be here for the signing, and that's certainly going to be a big event between them bodies in the Israelis, but President Trump has been reaching out to leaders in the region. His diplomats have been reaching out to folks in the region from Secretary Pompeo senior advisor Kushner to myself, and we think there's some real appetite for a number of these countries that see how dynamic Israel I mean, it's got Israel's called the startup Nation on how they want to They want to have security ties, Economic ties, tourism ties, one of the untold stories here. Is it now? Muslims and Arabs. They're going to be able to travel from the airport novel Dobby or Dubai. These great airport's flying to the airport at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv and go visit the locks, a mosque on the Mount. What a great thing for religious freedom in the in the region have Muslims and Arabs be able to travel to Israel and go up to the temple Mount and worship the Al Aqsa Mosque. So We think that this is going to think that this is going really lead to some momentum, and we're hopeful that they're going to some other countries and follow in the footsteps. I want to come back to something. My colleague Nick Shifrin mentioned and that is that the U. S. And the have been working together for a number of years. Shared concern over Iran. I'm sure you know something. Observers are looking at all this and they say this is really more about on attempt to get Iran to oppose Iran. Then it is truly about Diplomatic coming together on the part of Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Well, look, this is about Israel in the U. S. But having said that, I'm sure Iran is not happy about it because Iran has tried to stoke Ah divisions and contention between Arab states and Israel. For many, many years, Iran's leading state sponsored terrorism in the region and the is a very capable military, and they've got a very strong leader in Crown Prince Mohammed Siad that has stood up to Iran across save a small country. They stood up to the big country just across the straits from him, and now Israel and the working closely together with the United States and other allies in the region. I'm sure that's something that doesn't make Iran happy, but that's not. That's not the impetus by and this, although it's a great side benefit. Final question Different subject, Ambassador Brian and that has to do with the intelligence community report late last week that the Chinese and the Iranians are working in their own way to support Joe Biden in this presidential campaign. But the Russians, who have a much more sophisticated interference campaign underway, are working again to support President Trump. So my question is, what is the administration doing to counter the Russians? Well, it's not just counting the Russians is counter in any state or organization that wants to disrupt our elections are the free and fair elections with the foundation of our democracy that what make this country great country and we were not gonna tolerate any outside country whether China on behalf of Joe Biden, and by the way, I dispute the one thing I would dispute I think the Chinese have the most sophisticated global influence programs and strategies and abilities and capabilities in the world. But whether it's the Chinese who are trying to elect Joe Biden or the Russians who are denigrating Joe Biden are the Iranians or the Venezuelans are Cubans or any other country. They have to stay out of our elections. We've hardener election infrastructure. We're working with our secretaries of state across all 50 states and And the U. S territories will be voting for president. We're putting unprecedented amounts of money in to make sure that they're not vulnerable. Our election systems aren't vulnerable to cyber attack on so this is something we're taking very seriously. We're taking of research in my shop at the NSC President Trump is taking it very seriously. And look, there is zero place in American election for foreign powers. Whatever they're what Whatever theywant to do or whatever that, however, they want to influence this country. There is no place for Ambassador Robert O'Brien. National secure The advisor to the president. We thank you. Thank you, Judy. The pandemic is pushing voters to.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

"No it's not live I asked because I've been throwing it against the wall and playing catch with it it's all good he replied with a little slur don't worry it and then he went back to blowing more bubbles into his bong inhaling more thick smoke scared shitless I awfully approached the hanging grenade and began examining it from all angles this was not one of the modern m sixty seven grenades with a smooth exterior I knew for me can handle intact meaning that in theory at least it could still be in working order the bottom of the grenade had a hole in it because someone God those who had unscrewed and removed its delay fuse so yeah the situation was even worse than I had thought I slowly and you Tom I shrieked there are definitely explosives inside this grenade Tom just smiled at me and said I yelled you're going to try to bring a live grenade onto an airplane at Ben Gurion Airport Yup said sitting back down on his bed and letting out he could both get killed and kill other people at the bare minimum I predicted he'd end up in prison he said he didn't care I told him I would call the police whether he liked it or not he told me it was his property and his decision and then I should just cut out.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're moving south one ninety seven. Traffic. First talk radio w w see the other channel forecast cloudy today. But only a slight chance slight chance of a shower and yesterday, they told us it was going to be dry. Wow. Sixty one for the high overnight. We're into the upper forties. Tomorrow, we promised sunny and seventy current doctor forty seven degrees right now is both down more and in crofton coming up at five thirty new buildings as begins on in one five billion dollar renewal project in Baltimore. Historic lines were today. It is Tuesday the fourteenth and we start with the birthday challenge and birthday recipients are today. Actress Meg foster celebrating a birthday today. And so is movie producer Star Wars director, George Lucas. George. To make I'm gonna go with George bully. George boys. Seventy five Meg is seventy one years of age sixteen forty-three Louis. The fourteen becomes king of France. When his father Louis the thirteenth died. How old was Louis the fourteenth? It was pretty much a toddler. Yeah. Four I'll say six four four years old. Sort of like the same time Chuck became king of urban right around that time when he was the throne at the age of seven. That was when we over. Strategy. I. Straight up. There is only one strategy. Nineteen forty eight according to the current calendar. The dependence state of Israel was proclaimed in Tel Aviv by this individual who win on to become its first prime minister. Gory. David Ben Gurion airport after him president Truman immediately recognized the new nation was nineteen sixty eight Lennon McCartney hell, they news conference in New York announced the creation of this business venture for the Beatle's apple record. Yes. Corporation, apple records. I'm wondering how apple today was able to get past that pity there. Nineteen Seventy-three United States launched its first manned space station. It was called. One. There's an over overt for six years before burn up during nineteen Seventy-nine pretty much the same kind of fiery reentry that we see with Chuck when he comes on the program. He every morning. I've been out in space for awhile.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thanks for being with us today. We are taking the show in the final hour. We'll actually take you very close to the close bay as I speak out just pumped up a wee bit of twenty one s and p flat NASDAQ down three NASDAQ one hundred down five transports down eleven in. The Dow today Bowie was I mentioned down three forty apple up to two twenty visa up to another new high end visa J P Morgan up one a pretty decent day for the financials. They are helping out gold gold stocks getting the worst of it today. A few semiconductors they named Semtex down three and a half today to fifty two on their yuck numbers. I think I mentioned before Tel Aviv has been hit with two rockets. One of them was caught by gathered. The Israeli military is gonna be a little code and somebody's gonna get smacked bat back hard. I was in Tel Aviv. I just got back when. Sunday. Left from Tel Aviv. David Ben-Gurion airport. Last time. I was in Israel was in fourteen and we got hit fourteen times we went into bomb shelters. I never felt not safe. Really? Except one time we were in the Carmel market, and a rocket came overhead and the silent off we went outside and we saw this iron dome, which basically knocks the rockets out of the air. We actually saw it I pictures and everything of the rockets getting taken out by the what is called the iron dome. So I think Israel is gonna get peo- probably came from Gaza. Not sure anyway. So that's a big story. Am I highly recommend any one of you? If you've never been to Israel. Go check it out what a magnificent magnificent magnificent place of history modernization. And everything else in between. How's that? Other stuff happening today. Let me see what I can come up with. To take. Did too. The college cheating scandal. How about this one to college students filed a class action lawsuit against eight colleges? And there's also a civil lawsuit by parents who claims Forty-five dependence charged the fraud inflicted emotional distress on everyone whose rights to a fair entrance and these colleges, but I don't know if these lawsuits are going to go anywhere. Damn. I love these lawsuits. I really do. I don't know if they're gonna go anywhere. One of them was asking for like a half a trillion dollars. So I know what you gotta say Gary these are own arrested. This is not what lawsuit should be about. I get I get you. But just understand my point that sometimes you have to make a statement. And by the way. This stuff's been going on forever. And by the way, you know, what this does hurts. There are a lot of companies that do this for a living in the right way. Be hurt. There's a lot of people there. They have these businesses that help kids get into college. But not by bribing. So anyway, and that's a big story. And I gotta tell you. I think I mentioned this yesterday. One of them had one of these actresses had to put up a million dollar bond. That's like reserved some murderers. I don't know what that's all about. I was told that one of the actresses they pulled the guns as they went to the house. Wow. Hardball. Wow. As I told you this stuff's been going on forever. I when I went to college sponsor athletes never went to class come on. Kidding? On scholarship. The coaches new. I'm sure. Maybe this will stop it. Doubt. It doubt twenty nine s and p flat NASDAQ down one NASDAQ one hundred down to a helping the down right now apple little better in the financials. The story today, though, are these software stocks, but I believe adobe reports after the close, and if they cough one I don't think that's going to help by the way after the close adobe Ulta, salon Djabel, circuit and broadcom. That's an important semiconductor named symbol av. G? I don't know why they call it broadcom but have the same symbol for the old stock avocado. But not seeing anything really in the way of stocks breaking down today. I'm not seeing anything in the way of trouble and not seeing anything way of real pullback CF and all I'm doing right now with sitting right on top of these leading stocks that I don't own looking for secondary by points and hopefully market continues up. I must tell you the bears bearish people continue to be. Really, perplexed. And they're right. They should be every data point. Really every data point around the globe. It's been going south. Every data point. But again. I'll say the thousand times easy money. Every time we get into a bearish market. We either get eat more, easy money rhetoric or more easy money. So we're still not at the point. Why told you eventually we will hit? We're still not at the point where the market shoots the middle. Finger back at the central bankers. And I would have sworn it would have been five years ago. Let alone another five years, but it just tells you how much ammo. Excuse me, unlimited ammo that the market thinks these people have. But Mark my words there will come a day. Obviously not there yet. Obviously not there yet..

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Networking platform, WhatsApp. Meanwhile, a campaign video released by dodgy is drawing attention to the link between Bolsonaro and President. Trump's former chief strategy. Steve Bannon, Steven, Anthony, Steve Bannon is accused of sabotaging democratic regimes around the world. He uses fake news to spread fear violence to win elections. Bannon is a specialist in spreading tear around the world. Both an auto has spent the last thirty years doing this in Brazil. Jan Bolsonaro are set to face off in the final round of Brazil's elections, Tober twenty eighth and Afghan. The Taliban is claiming responsibility for an attack that killed top Afghan general of Dur Zeke along with a top intelligence chief in the southern province of Kandahar top US general. Scott Miller was also a target of the attack, but survived an injured general. Rosiak was seen by US forces is essential in maintaining a level of stability and Kandahar. Zeke has also been accused of corruption, drug smuggling and major human rights abuses, including killings and torture. The killings of prompted the delay of upcoming parliamentary. Vote in Kandahar is euro supreme court has overturned you a student Laura. Kassem's deportation order granting her the right to stay in studying Israel, custom who is of Palestinian descent was held at Israel's Ben Gurion airport for over two weeks after arriving in Israel to start a master's program. Israel said it had initially denied her entry over her past support for the BS movement that's boycott divestment and sanctions and international Palestinian solidarity campaign in two thousand seventeen Israel passed a law denying entry to foreign nationals who support any kind of boycott against Israel. The US Justice department has opened an investigation into the Catholic diocese in Pennsylvania involved in the cover up of widespread systematic child sexual abuse among its clergy. The first statewide federal investigation of its kind. The Justice department is also investigating the diocese in Buffalo, New York. The investigations calm after a Pennsylvania grand jury report revealed more than three hundred Catholic priests, sexually abused over a thousand children and possibly thousands more over a span of seven decades. The New York Times is reporting prominent former doctor at Rockefeller University hospital likely sexually abuse. Many of his former patients, mostly young teenage boys who sought treatment for growth problems. Dr Reginald Archibald worked at the hospital from the forties to nineteen eighty. During which time he reportedly force patients to masturbate in front of him, touch them in a sexual manner and took pictures of them naked. He died in two thousand seven. Seven. Meanwhile, in California, ninety three more.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Covert

Covert

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Covert

"Sara davidson was a passenger aboard that flight thinking more about her destination than her present circumstances i was putting april of my maze and we were talking to the girl sitting in front of us and we found out that appearance our good friend us and she was alone and she said she's flying to meet her new husband is waiting for her in in perez so we just hit a nice conversation and they take i didn't suspect anything but sarah's pleasant conversation was brought to an abrupt end as people around her began to screen the plane's captain michael bacchus overheard the commotion and asked his chief engineer to investigate upon opening the cabin door he came face to face with a man armed with a revolver and a hand grenade that man was viewed freeth bouza a left wing extremist and part of a group that had spent years terrorizing west germany with bombings assassinations and hijackings bouza pushed the copilot out of the way and picked up the plane's radio over the pa he announced that he was in control and that from now on the plane was to be known as haifa one taking its name from a city in northern israel along with bouza was another german and two palestinians seven hundred fifty miles away in jerusalem defense minister shimon peres was in a routine cabinet meeting when a messenger ran in came in and ended novellas the information that said that now franz n was hijacked that independ estimate they estimate out to on the tail to full passengers over honda thou joys and rest i those the question was immediately what should we do the hijacking of flight one thirty nine was just the latest in a string of terrorist attacks targeting israeli citizens for years earlier in nineteen seventy two eleven israeli athletes were killed in an attack on their compound at the munich olympics in the same year twenty six passengers were shot and killed while waiting for their luggage in ben gurion airport until aviv and in one thousand nine hundred seventy four terrorists siege to high school in northern israel killing twenty two people most of them young students and now this plane hijacking israeli special forces were put on high alert authorities expected the plane to arrive back in tel aviv but the hijackers had a different plan one of them was a trained pilot he instructed the captain to divert the flight to libya in northern africa nearly ben door was another passenger on board she remembers via free bouza a some of the ease way lee min at the beginning try to make when visitation was that a jomon new till wrist he was very community qatif plight in his way and he described to them the t a learn how to fly a plane for one year so that nobody will cheat him on the way and he knew exactly how to fly an airplane following boozers orders captain buck owes flew the plane to benghazi libya but this wasn't their final destination merely a refueling stop for a longer trip so i was at the drug store the other day and really what is the deal with razors do they have precious metals in them i mean are they mining this stuff on the moon why are they so expensive the founders of harry's asked the same question and then they did something about it they started their own company selling razors directly over the internet they even bought a factory in germany that's been making some of the highest quality blades in the world for over.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"In gaza you now see real disenchantment just was a few days ago a guy who self emulated who publicly set himself on fire and the whole time he was burning he was screaming curses against off not against israel he said they deceived us they've made our might lives miserable they use this for cannon fodder so you know the palestinian people aren't stupid they're i agree that there too in a miserable situation because they allowed themselves to bianchi pied by terrorist army and for those people who say the solution is a two state solution the answer is there really is a defacto alestinian terrorist failed state it exists is called gaza how does it look to you do you want another one do you think the world needs another one of those because if we left the west bank gaza would take over with a with a coup inside of two days and then we'd have rockets coming down on not just rockets we'd be in pistol range of ben gurion airport you would have a plane that could land or takeoff in israel tel aviv would be under direct attack and you'd have a real catastrophe on your hands because then we'd have to go in and we would have to flick heavy damages nor to survive well it's incredible so do you see do you think that this sort of border run human shield tactic is something that hamas is going to do again or are they going to try to move onto the next tactical evolution.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Men now to get a but here's were i would like some profiling which is when then me my wife and my kids go into the thing let's not get on that list have the weird you know the guy who's 54 with weird frames and strange male fatter ball abolishing thing coming up with endless sacks of duffle bags at make clanking sounds let's pit scope lets us do it's called ploetzensee policing let this thing where it's like now nobody are ever one or or you know uh every every woman who's just traveling alone has to have the same the same thing it's like it's unnecessary you wanna go awful you're going to be tough were pro comics too low they're still attleboro down hampers yeah think territory leave me alone yeah article full david ben gurion airport in israel yes okay yes profile that way mmhmm well north and south korea held their first talks in more than two years and in the end north korea announced it is sending a full delegation to the winter olympics in south korea next month including athletes and high ranking officials to north korean figure skaters have already qualified for the games the decisions still leads the approval of the eye of snow north america it's a certain widow careers grid spoke to south korea and they're going to the of bffs now 'cause they want their athletes over still has to be approved by the ioc in geneva because north korea miss the deadline to register for the games i'm sure that's the only problem who other details also need to be worked out such as how the delegation will be able to travel to south korea so it's gonna be confusing but we're going to give it a try through for dear leader so good road trip yeah but he calmly weird anybody think in two thousand eighteen the world would still be this way look with this so much of this like.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

"As it happens the current lord for in his capacity as an international tax advisor actually works for the rothschild's these days of just genius egeland wv eric terrific people terrific but he insists they talk tax returns not jewish lance the absolute it'll never really came up that said there was a balfour declaration where are they now epilogue of sorts some years back when learned balfe are found himself on a business trip to israel on behalf of billionaire financier sir evelyn rothschild israel's than president ezer weizman the nephew of high vitamin heard that about fomer them town and invited him to teeth it was a lovely historical moment in only one which was lost as it turns out on the security guys of ben gurion airport so i must israel for 48 genres in those days you will ruled fall by security forces when you left the when you couldn't function give me grueling agree really will this is will have been put on my invitation who is interesting but what will you do neil the 48 us apparently i guess being called bell for just doesn't cut it among busyness didn't wait used to but just in case anyone over there at securities listen and feels compelled to write lord belfer a quick note smooth things over and recommend addressing him correct if you'll be checking on the envelope you write the rights honorable dion world.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Israel Story

"As it happens the current lord for in his capacity as an international tax advisor actually works for the rothschild's these days of just genius egeland wv eric terrific people terrific but he insists they talk tax returns not jewish lance the absolute it'll never really came up that said there was a balfour declaration where are they now epilogue of sorts some years back when learned balfe are found himself on a business trip to israel on behalf of billionaire financier sir evelyn rothschild israel's than president ezer weizman the nephew of high vitamin heard that about fomer them town and invited him to teeth it was a lovely historical moment in only one which was lost as it turns out on the security guys of ben gurion airport so i must israel for 48 genres in those days you will ruled fall by security forces when you left the when you couldn't function give me grueling agree really will this is will have been put on my invitation who is interesting but what will you do neil the 48 us apparently i guess being called bell for just doesn't cut it among busyness didn't wait used to but just in case anyone over there at securities listen and feels compelled to write lord belfer a quick note smooth things over and recommend addressing him correct if you'll be checking on the envelope you write the rights honorable dion world.

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"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"ben gurion airport" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"There are also those which while on remarkable worth the money for the memory of buying them in the army's heartland of pennsylvania is a town called intercourse buying a magnet bearing that name from a primly dressed shopkeeper requires both of you to join in an on the knowledged but nonetheless rorick struggle to pretend that neither of you perceive any subtext to the transaction different skills are required to explain you'll selections from gaza and ramallah to the customs officials at ben gurion airport the trick is to balance them with some of the magnets extolling the israeli defence forces the ones i like best though are the ones that reflect not only the place in which they were acquired but also the time for new york in october two thousand and the forty third president above the slogan go get him george from west ukraine in 2016 a ukrainian soldier standing in front of a prime and firing a rifle at a russian soldier who is firing from behind another prime if pressed for an absolute favorite are nominated green one that frames a picture of a petrol station it's from a town you'd miss if you blink twelve driving the barrier highway that traverses a barely populated stretch of new south wales and self ustralia you can spend a long drive pondering how war why the truck include lura cells fridge magnets of itself from article twenty four i'm andrew miller and thus off sedition of the briefing hearing london the show is produced by reese james and research to buy go elliot sent his two underhill our studio manager was weighed only in believes he continues next with the continental shift i have the latest news headlines for you at the top of the hour also remember to join andrew metaphor metering house.

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