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Israeli defense minister says annexation of West Bank territory 'will wait,' citing coronavirus crisis
"Israel's top two leaders appear to be battling over the timing of the planned annexation of occupied West Bank land. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he'd like to begin the process as soon as this week, But his defense minister, the alternate Prime Minister, Benny Gantz, says annexation will wait while Israel continues to grapple with the Corona virus crisis.
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"The city has taken down the statues of Columbus and confederates, but what about its name? The Catholic Church, which has a large presence in Saint. Louis knows the late King of France. As a pious follower of Saint Francis, of Assisi who invited the poor to his own table, he was known as the peace king for keeping France out of war. He introduced the presumption of innocence into the Royal. Justice system and he was brutally honest brutally. King Louis of France was not good for the Jews. His Royal Justice System condemned the Talmud and burned thousands of copies, nor was he good for Muslims I'm talking about the Crusades and the city has such a scarred history with native Americans and African Americans. But talk about a tough interfaith conversation. These are complicated decisions that do require conversation, abundant listening and patients, certainly not the qualities my Chabad table, but they are conversations worth having to figure out how to place history. No matter how ugly in the proper context, they also aren't decisions or conversations that happen overnight. It took centuries and a strong relationship with groups like. Like AJC for the Catholic Church to remove from its doctrine, the accusation of de Aside blaming Jews for the death of Jesus AJC has learned from experience that it takes time antitrust. The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. I believe that is a Martin. Luther King junior quote well. Perhaps it's true of the Saint. Louis Arch to. And that's what we'll talk about at our Chaban table Sevi-. Manja Steve as it happens Steve Marsh about table talk. This week is about you through the years. Many members of my family have had the opportunity to know you and I feel truly blessed to have been able to call you my colleague for the past six years and I think I'll be reflecting on some of your work over Shebab dinner with my family. Family this week I. Heard you highlight some of the things that you have worked on tirelessly for nearly four decades at the risk of being reductionist and I hope in true Steve Beim Fashion Steve for those of you who don't know almost always speaks in neat three point presentations. I would say that these things boil down to three things the nature depth. Of Jewish identity the challenges young Jews face on campus and the relationship between Israel and diaspora Jewry working on these issues can be absolutely thankless. When you stake out a position in favour of strong Jewish eighties, you can be called elitist for condescending to those who don't already have one. When you work to improve the situation on college campuses, you'll be attacked for stifling free speech or Schilling for Israel. When you work to improve relations between Israel asper jewelry, you need to contend with Israelis who don't care much for the concerns of Aspirin Jews and with Aspirin Jews who don't care much for the concerns of Israelis as complex as. As fraught as these challenges may seem, they are in an infinitely better place today for Steve. Bam having worked on them..
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Is center. Leading right more conservative politics that's been going on for good number. Decades is particularly manifest in the current polarization within American society that we're going to see the next presidential election. It's already being bitterly contested, so that's the real divide within the Jewish community here in America. We have a second divide with respect Israel. Shoes generally support the chief rabbinate Israel and applaud its monopoly of matters of Jewish personal status such as conversion to Judaism. Who is a Jew Not Orthodox Jews not only find themselves some franchise by that monopoly, but for them and for I think Jewish history traditionally, the best outcome to mix marriage is conversion to Judaism of non-jewish spouse. We have to work to. It's encouraging of conversion. -sition particularly would say by Melissa. The late Rabbi Joseph Salvation Dean of Orthodoxy. However the standards of the chief rabbit is that one becomes Orthodox when it comes. Jewish, only one accepts the full observance of six hundred thirteen commandments something. The American Jews are not going to accept under any circumstances to be sure there are more liberal approaches to conversion, but the current prevalent approach embodied the Chief Rabbinate is who was Ju-. Only someone who converts in accordance with Orthodox standards, full observance of Jewish law. That creates enormous divide between the state of Israel with its monopoly of a personal status in the Chief Rabbinate an American Jews who are up coping with a real problem mix narrative conversion. It's best response. They look at Israel and say Israel doesn't recognize music Jew. Why should I be attached to Israel? I say this is the third elements lists of is going to be very evidence, namely should annexation lands on the West Bank proceed. American Jews given their own liberal tendencies. Finding accessions be something very off putting. Israel seems to be bent upon that course otherwise Timothy of it's still not certain the elements of fluidity, but should annexation precede. American Jews will find themselves deeply torn in terms their relationship to Israel. So basically thoughts for Chabad I don't claim to have the answers the best thing about my about tables that we leave questions unanswered areas. Stay that gives us a lot to think about and huge congratulations on your upcoming retirement and we hope to carry on. The work that you've done as well as you've done it. What a career to be proud of truly! You know I'm curious what you as a historian. We'll think of Asha about table topic. Because gentlemen at our about table, we will be talking about whether all history should be carved in stone of course I'm referring to the movements across the country to topple statues and monuments to confederate heroes and racists. Should the same standard be applied to anti-semites for example in the twin cities where police killed George Floyd. There is a monument to Charles Lindbergh on the lawn of the state capital and a bust of Lindbergh in his iconic aviator hat inside the Lindbergh terminal of the airport there. Lindberg who was decorated by the Nazis publicly blamed the Jewish race for dragging America into World War Two. And here in New York monuments, to Peter stuyvesant pepper New York. City, the bed Stuy neighborhood in Brooklyn, stuyvesant high school in Manhattan, but when Stuyvesant, the last governor of the Dutch settlement, which became New York finally allowed the quote unquote deceitful race. That's what he called juice to settle here permanently. He imposed fee. There was an excellent article in the forward recently by the incredibly talented Talia Zack's that explored a fascinating and Oh so complicated conversation in Saint Louis, Missouri..
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"What are you going to be talking about? something. Thank you. This really is an exciting time for me. many ways bittersweet time namely the on the one hand it's been a fantastic ride with AJC for thirty eight years, and a lot of very mixed feelings about leaving on the other hand. I'm looking for with an anticipation who next chapter spending time with family friends grandchildren so in many ways it is. Time to reflect a bit and the time to look forward one issue that I've been grappling with in recent years. That I'm sort of leading unresolved in the ends of people like yourselves is. The ascending role of Orthodoxy in American Jewish life. This is taking place as we speak on different levels on the one hand orthodoxies experiencing demographic resurgence where Ted, percents of American Jewish adults Orthodox thirty five percents of children under age five. What does that mean looking till the next generation? The smallest movements has the largest number of children they will increasingly become the plurality, then will not be the majority, but they'll be the plurality within the American Jewish community. Then take a look at the second level, namely, many of them are willing to take an active role in Jewish public affairs, looking at the number of potential pool. If you will of Jewish communal activists, you're likely become not a plurality, but a majority of those sufficiently interested in concerned with tearing and ten, Ding to public challenges of the American Jewish community. Is that good or bad? On one in it means infusion of energies that we badly need on the other hand. We're going to have to grapple the reality that we have real divides within the Jewish community between Orthodox. Jews I was just you. Those divides take place on two different levels at a third quite imminent in other words. It's going to hit us very very very quickly. First level is that the political divide among American Jews most Americans Jews serving reform movements, their masks space inclines towards center, leading left Democratic Party liberal politics. The Mass Base of Orthodoxy.
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"In the port of bipartisan support. from the United States to Israel. And the acceptance of whatever party here in Israel, women is in the United States these bipartisan approach I think it's very important, and we have to continue and strengthen all alone. We should not take it for granted. We should walk it constantly speaking in. I'm? Glad you this by partisanship. Because AJC has been pushing forward this message for its Andrea and fourteen years. You mentioned president trump and I cannot. You know Leave this conversation without asking you. What is your perspective on the trump peace plan? I I think it's very important vision in way plan I had the opportunity and the privilege of expressing into the President Surf and I've been in close contact with his people all along. It gives us a realistic approach. How Stable future should look like. And I intend to promote it as much as I can in the most responsible way, it a best life to continue from. And all in all I think it's great plan and we have to walk on the basis of it and we have to move forward with regional father is local policies of course. With consensus. We in these really society. Is Full, coordination and acceptance of the Capucci from the United States. In I, think it's a good place to start from walk above. Thank you for sharing that and I would like to ask you though you're also. The alternate prime minister would also like to ask you some Minister of Defense. What are your priorities for twenty twenty for twenty twenty one? Well obviously we must be. Should we have high level of preparedness Fronts are active front, so we have challenges up north. We have challenges in the solve to come to terrorism. And sophisticated readiness and appreciate aspect nor France I think that this is what bill doing. We also have to build up for future. Because the readiness of tomorrow is the build up. It will doing today. Goes. We will have lots of budget battle challenges I would say is results of even the coronavirus impact, but we will find a way to further strengthen. over capacity abilities in different areas of activities, and we also have to make sure the bonds between the Defence Forces in the society, said I'm looking forward to initiate a new model of service in the Israeli system, but if it's military services, national services, civilian services I, think every citizen should give something for the country. Of course military's fails among others, but other is on there as well and I'm including all the Israelis. Joe's non-jews religious secular. Everybody should be taking about of their for the. Running, you! Know Aj has been engaged for the past few years in compaigning going out his villa in its entirety with many countries, primarily Europe and Latin America. How did the recent covid nineteen impact is believing of their biggest threat today than they were in the past on Israel, should we be concerned defined media discrimination, or how do you see that specific threat? Seem immediate stressful a result of chronic. We must understand that he's. Hamas. Jyoti slamming Palestinian groups terrorist. Or semi military, -tary civilization that holes in their hand, high end operation and low ends for capabilities. I think we have to face them and bled countries around the world or really started to understand that we are talking about terrorist organization. Tips several systems. And sanctions against organizations all personal and who supports his ballet until decision should be on the way. Germany just did it. I think it's very important if we continue in other places. I think we should not. Be Confused. If. In this collision against his bundle. OR HAMAS ALL JERRY STOMACH, but it's group will ever happened again. S- could be tough, but the be by far tougher on them. Because we are stronger in..
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Thank you so much. I would like to begin our conversation. With the fact that you've spent many decades of your life. Devoted to Israel and more than two years ago, you decided to continue and devote your life and you join the political system I would like to open the conversation. Ask You. What kind of vision do you have for Israel? What kind of Israel you hoping to see? Well I, did serve for so many years and I'm very proud to continue seven now on the public and political around I would say. But I think of Israel many ways I go back to our fathers fifth. Saudis re initiate the Jewish life in Israel and I would like us to be Zalis country the base probably on four elements. Jewish country secure. Country Prosperous County. And Fair Society and nobody aside and I think the combination between those four elements is an nation home for the Jewish people. Is Very important. I would like to. See us is their home is where? Would like us to see them is. Work. And I think there's. So many ways be very there, but there's a lot of. That's quite a good optimistic vision. In a few months, the US will be going again to its presidential elections I want to ask you. How do you see the very critical and strategic relations between the US in Israel right now and also looking into the future. United States since the biggest strongest. And most reliable. Ally, the state of Israel. Pulled relations and I would say unique relations are based on. Show values. Showed interest and defected. We have to credit country. We are the only democratic country in dividends. And this unique relation between two countries. It's very important. Is being promoted but president trump. It was beautifully with other presidents before and I hope that wherever come becomes the president of knotted states, those relations is always stay strong and Saudi as they are..
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Anti-semitism drove all three of those attacks. In actuality, all three of those attacks should be understand has antisemitic crimes even though the victims right? The majority of victims weren't all Jews. The truth of the matters is that antisemitism has been the leading cause of violence by the White Nationalist Movement, and we don't understand anti Semitism enough to effectively respond right to this meredith that is being propagated by white nationalist by armed militia. Militia movements if we want to effectively deny these movements opportunities to of these hate, groups increase their own power. It means tackling anti Semitism has a sustained form of bigotry like racism is like Islamaphobia. It's like sexism minutes. It means denying oxygen to those who seek to tap into it so I often say I critique because I don't believe there is left wing Anti Semitism. Right Wing Anti Semitism. There is merely antisemitism in American society. In your important essay skin in the game, how antisemitism animates white nationalism, which will link to in the show tonight? Encourage all of our listeners to read because back where we started right. We are in a moment right now and I know that there are a lot of our listeners a lot of American Jews who are eager who are searching for answers to know. What can we do right? I posted the Black Square on my. Account I joined a book club about racial justice, but beyond those kind of symbolic steps. What can we do to be helpful to be a part of the solution to fighting this kind of systemic racism that we deal with in our side, so the saying that if I could make a wish? If jurisdiction community even cared the shine for me. That's not its responsibility, but. Folks really wanted to shine for air warding. Give him a great. You know. My birthday is coming up. Give me now all that Eric Ward said something I liked wants, and you want to celebrate. Here's what I'm going to say fight. Semitism, Fight it in a nonpartisan way, right? Don't worry about where it comes from. Just worry that it came in. You need to respond because I, say this right as a black man I don't WanNa die from Anti. Semitic violence, right I don't want my family members to die from it..
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"And most US live in segregated society right? Of where we live very few folks actually live in real multi racial settings meaning they are rarely engaging with other folks of collar as friends and colleagues. It's just not how most of our society works and that reinforces some perceptions that people have of black America that simply aren't true. In lead people to unconsciously believes right that black people are inferior in. In white people are superior, but it plays out in almost all of our interactions, and it's not just white folks who played that right? It's people of Color. It's black. Folks has well perceiving other black folks, so I think you know the answer to that is really one of diversity inclusion in our institutions right making sure that our staff our leadership reflect. The world as it is not the world that we proceeds are there specific kind of legal or forgive me structural challenges, though that make it hard to tackle white supremacist groups, so we think about white supremacy as a set of structures, right white nationalism is the social right. And and so let's talk about that social movement and and the structure of white supremacy, and how they interact with one another in ways that create danger for all of us so what we know from lots of studies, right folks can look at these studies. You can take them yourselves. We perceive black folks has more threatening just based off a visual concert. Right heart rates increase exiled goes up. It's not even conscious. It's kind of just a way. We've been sadly socialized in our society. So it is true right that law enforcement are predispositions. To See African Americans is more threatening just based off of visual contacts that has nothing to do with the conscious actions of an individual right has nothing to do with the racial background of that law enforcement officer. Then, the problem is is that it gets rewarded right further codifying that type of response, and then when bad things happen, it gets defended, and so then you get a structure that men continues to reinforce it south now. How does that system then interact with? Liz Social Movement. It is the fact that within law enforcement, not all right, but within law enforcement there is a culture that perceives white nationalists has less threatening us. The black activists marching on the streets, and it is an unconscious condition that puts us all at risk right..
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Racism. Talking about the targeted Latinos in El Paso or the targeting of Jews in Pittsburgh at a targeting a blacks in Charleston seeks in Wisconsin. It is time for our government institutions just step up and protect its citizens and its residents and A. We don't need new laws to do that. We need to actually start using the laws that are on the books. We have to bring transparency to those who seek to try to destroy democracy by terrorizing folks in our community. Those are the two things we could be right on top of right now. People are talking a lot right now. About structural or systemic racism, you know the kind of racism that doesn't rely on active prejudice necessarily, but is actually all about the compounding historical factors that lead to black people, having fewer educational professional and financial opportunities, today and lead, as you're saying to black people being victimized by the criminal justice system, but you eric. You've spent a great deal. Deal of your career fighting, you just called it. Mission.
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"As. Our nation continues to grapple with the best ways to make progress on critical issues of racial justice. We here at people of the pod felt that we needed to hear from Eric. Award Eric is the Executive Director of the Western states center a civil. Rights Organization based in the Pacific Northwest Mountain states he is also a national voice, racial justice and a leader in the black community speaking up urgently. Urgently for the need to fight antisemitism, which he identifies as a leading driver of other forms of Bigotry Eric thank you so much for joining us I'm so glad to be here with you. All thanks for inviting me now as someone on the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement today, the first thing I want to ask is how are you? How are you doing this really busy, really crazy time. I think like everyone else I'm exhausted. I'm carrying a lot of weight. A lot of responsibility I'm not alone in that we are moving fast soaks at the community level has really mobilized around civil rights, and you know it's a responsibility to support that leadership as much as possible I think I'm both nervous and. We are watching kind of in a way, the end of one age a period of time, and the beginning of another, and we're kind of in this inbetween points, and so it feels a little chaotic can. We don't know what's next I. Don't know about the rest of folks, but that brings anxiety to me, but also joy Reid I watch folks every day across communities across religions, really coming together, trying to find one another struggling with one another and I think that bodes well so mile this chapter. The book is not ending particularly well. I think it tells us the story fact will. Yeah. We're clearly in something of a moment. Right? Historically politically. We're in a moment and I guess the question for someone like you and for anyone who wants to kind of be a part of making this elastic changes. How can we take a moment and turn it into something that really changes our society, so you know at the macro level I like wow, you know we are actually finally poised to acknowledge that everyone in our society are fully actualize human beings. That may not seem like a really kind of radical thing, but it's taken a lot of centuries for us to get to this point and I'm actually really excited to be here, right? Having a strong democracy. Means having strong participation, that participation doesn't happen if we only consider part of our society as fully <hes> human so at the macro level. I feel like. Wow you know. We are getting close to getting this right. And after ten thousand years you know or forty thousand years I think we finally earned the right to that right, so I want to own that and I. Hope folks own map for a second, and if it makes you feel good, good I so now here's what we should do. Its APP, we should get serious about some very specific things so. Twentieth Century. Policing has come to an end. It is a system that no longer works for the inclusive democracy that we are, and it is time for a twenty first century version of it that is grounded in community, safety, right, and the prosperity of our community them I think that that is exciting and I think we should be encouraging those conversations. We should be continuing to encourage folks to be dialogue with one another I. An I'll just be playing, right? We can't be a society that seals. It is okay to shoot and kill unarmed. Black people in our society are quite frankly folks were unarmed and running away. It is just not becoming a democracy so i. you know I think policing as. As a policy conversation is a topic of the day it will be the topic of the year will be the topic of next year, and we should not allow the sacrifices of those at the community level been working on these issues over the last three weeks or the last three decades to go to waste right now. So that's one. The second is look. We have to get a hold of the mission oriented hate crimes, and what I mean by mission oriented I. Don't mean the average hate crime. We experienced. You know that the random hate crime those have to be tackled, too, but untuckit about this rise of mission oriented targeting of vulnerable communities and their institutions whether we're talking about Anti Semitism. Racism. Talking about the targeted Latinos in El Paso or the targeting of Jews in Pittsburgh at a targeting a blacks in Charleston seeks in Wisconsin. It is time for our government institutions just step up and protect its citizens and its residents and A. We don't need new laws to do that. We need to actually start using the laws that are on the books. We have to bring transparency to those who seek to try to destroy democracy by terrorizing folks in our community. Those are the two things we could be right on top of right now.
Eric Ward on Racial Justice
"As. Our nation continues to grapple with the best ways to make progress on critical issues of racial justice. We here at people of the pod felt that we needed to hear from Eric. Award Eric is the Executive Director of the Western states center a civil. Rights Organization based in the Pacific Northwest Mountain states he is also a national voice, racial justice and a leader in the black community speaking up urgently. Urgently for the need to fight antisemitism, which he identifies as a leading driver of other forms of Bigotry Eric thank you so much for joining us I'm so glad to be here with you. All thanks for inviting me now as someone on the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement today, the first thing I want to ask is how are you? How are you doing this really busy, really crazy time. I think like everyone else I'm exhausted. I'm carrying a lot of weight. A lot of responsibility I'm not alone in that we are moving fast soaks at the community level has really mobilized around civil rights, and you know it's a responsibility to support that leadership as much as possible I think I'm both nervous and. We are watching kind of in a way, the end of one age a period of time, and the beginning of another, and we're kind of in this inbetween points, and so it feels a little chaotic can. We don't know what's next I. Don't know about the rest of folks, but that brings anxiety to me, but also joy Reid I watch folks every day across communities across religions, really coming together, trying to find one another struggling with one another and I think that bodes well so mile this chapter. The book is not ending particularly well. I think it tells us the story fact will. Yeah. We're clearly in something of a moment. Right? Historically politically. We're in a moment and I guess the question for someone like you and for anyone who wants to kind of be a part of making this elastic changes. How can we take a moment and turn it into something that really changes our society, so you know at the macro level I like wow, you know we are actually finally poised to acknowledge that everyone in our society are fully actualize human beings. That may not seem like a really kind of radical thing, but it's taken a lot of centuries for us to get to this point and I'm actually really excited to be here, right? Having a strong democracy. Means having strong participation, that participation doesn't happen if we only consider part of our society as fully human so at the macro level. I feel like. Wow you know. We are getting close to getting this right. And after ten thousand years you know or forty thousand years I think we finally earned the right to that right, so I want to own that and I. Hope folks own map for a second, and if it makes you feel good, good I so now here's what we should do. Its APP, we should get serious about some very specific things so. Twentieth Century. Policing has come to an end. It is a system that no longer works for the inclusive democracy that we are, and it is time for a twenty first century version of it that is grounded in community, safety, right, and the prosperity of our community them I think that that is exciting and I think we should be encouraging those conversations. We should be continuing to encourage folks to be dialogue with one another I. An I'll just be playing, right? We can't be a society that seals. It is okay to shoot and kill unarmed. Black people in our society are quite frankly folks were unarmed and running away. It is just not becoming a democracy so i. you know I think policing as. As a policy conversation is a topic of the day it will be the topic of the year will be the topic of next year, and we should not allow the sacrifices of those at the community level been working on these issues over the last three weeks or the last three decades to go to waste right now. So that's one. The second is look. We have to get a hold of the mission oriented hate crimes, and what I mean by mission oriented I. Don't mean the average hate crime. We experienced. You know that the random hate crime those have to be tackled, too, but untuckit about this rise of mission oriented targeting of vulnerable communities and their institutions whether we're talking about Anti Semitism. Racism. Talking about the targeted Latinos in El Paso or the targeting of Jews in Pittsburgh at a targeting a blacks in Charleston seeks in Wisconsin. It is time for our government institutions just step up and protect its citizens and its residents and A. We don't need new laws to do that. We need to actually start using the laws that are on the books. We have to bring transparency to those who seek to try to destroy democracy by terrorizing folks in our community. Those are the two things we could be right on top of right now.
"benny gantz" Discussed on People of the Pod
"Each week. We take you beyond the headlines and help you understand what it all means for Israel and the Jewish people I'm Stephie Cogan and I'm on Uber Sheer men. As. Our nation continues to grapple with the best ways to make progress on critical issues of racial justice. We here at people of the pod felt that we needed to hear from Eric. Award Eric is the Executive Director of the Western states center a civil. Rights Organization based in the Pacific Northwest Mountain states he is also a national voice, racial justice and a leader in the black community speaking up urgently..
Israel finally set to swear in government after 3 elections
"It's taken three deadlocked elections a year and a half of political paralysis and another three day delay because of political infighting but now prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has finally sworn in his new governments the Israeli PM and his rival time partner Benny Gantz announcer appointments for the new government the most plated in Israeli history with an expected thirty six cabinet ministers in sixteen deputies critics have already accused the government of being out of touch by creating so many cabinet pace at a time when unemployment has soared to twenty five percent as a result of the crying of ours pandemic the controversial power sharing deal cools we each needed to serve as prime minister for eighteen months at a time starting with Netanyahu that blocks will also have a similar number of ministers and mutual veto power at the most major decisions I'm Karen Thomas
Despite virus, Pompeo in Israel to talk West Bank annexation
"Good morning a journey by secretary of state Mike Pompeii raises a question Pompey was in Israel to meet prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his new coalition partner Benny Gantz it's only Pompeii second trip abroad since the pandemic curtailed much travel so the question what is happening that made this trip essential NPR's Daniel Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel good morning good morning Tim what's it like anyway when the secretary of state travels during a pandemic it's a lot of choreography to try to keep them in a bubble and this is visit is only six hours long Pompey was doctor is been checking the temperature of the staffers in the reporters on the plane one of those reporters said that many people wore masks on the plane but not all of them and Pompey was getting an exception from Israel's ban on foreign visitors no foreigners are allowed in Israel at all right now when he landed in Israel he was wearing a red white and blue face mask he then delivered remarks standing next to prime minister Netanyahu they stood about six feet away from each other they were not wearing masks but their advisors were and the US ambassador to Israel was not there at all because he has mild upper respiratory symptoms and even though he tested negative for the virus he's not meeting Pompeo just in case is it clear what made this trip so important that's the big question Steve you know why it's just not do it on zoom okay says there are issues he wanted to discuss face to face he mentioned a couple he mentioned keeping up the pressure on Iran Israel's successes in combating the corona virus he also alluded to China's connection to the virus all issues that maybe don't need a face to face meeting in the middle of a pandemic but there is one big topic that a lot of people here talking about that they could be seeking to coordinate on the two leaders and that is trump's Mideast peace plan here's what Pompeo said in a time now we'll get a chance to talk about the vision for peace for now some months on up from the day that you came to Washington with president trump announced that vision for peace when you were there there remains work yet to do and we need to make progress on that I'm looking forward to it and let's just be clear here trump's peace plan would have Israel expand its borders and annex every single Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank and and they tell me I want to do that as early as July what would the United States have to say about such a plan that is the other big question because there are mixed signals coming from the trump administration and from Israeli leaders on what exactly their positions are here I mean Pompeo says it's up to the Israelis decide on on whether to annex the Israelis say depends on U. S. approval but this is a very explosive issue most countries in the world oppose annexation and they want a Palestinian state to be created in the in the west bank instead and you know annexation would anger trump's Arab allies European countries are even considering sanctions on Israel if it annexes land you have that but then on the other hand the west bank is the land of the Bible and an annexation of that land would be very popular with trump's evangelical base especially in the run up to the November elections so I think the big question here is what does Israel want to do does it want to annex leaders here are divided on that the right wing Netanyahu seems to be pushing for it but his centrist partner Danny Gans it doesn't seem to be a Daniel very briefly some people who maybe don't follow the news every day out of Israel may hear you say prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and that they're asking wait a minute he's prime minister again he is for the last year and a half the time now was struggling to win a new term but now he and his election rival Danny guns have agreed to a deal that's on you know gets eighteen more months in
"benny gantz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"White a party Gantz was the top general under prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu then created his own party basically ran against them and it's been neck and neck not once not twice but thrice three different elections with Netanyahu even while under investigation pulling it out a little bit more each and every time so here's the deal in this unity government Netanyahu stays on as prime minister he stays on until October twenty twenty one at that time Benny Gantz will take over and it will be Netanyahu who will serve as the vice prime minister if Netanyahu leave sooner camps takes over I'm glad that they got this worked out and figured out I have no reason to be opposed to Benny Gantz at all I happen to be a Netanyahu fan I believe in in the heart of line but I've got no reason to think that somehow get into some kind of pushover he he may be different he may have a different style I stop things to learn about him but I'm in terms of general philosophy as I've seen it and I could be wrong I don't see any reason to to be opposed to the guy or to have an issue to worry about Israel's safety and security I don't think that he's going to be a guy who rolls over anytime soon all rolling over are the movies that were supposed to be released this year and next coronaviruses changed everything so the Batman did you know the Batman Eppley sorry to one of the bad man next question ugh who who it was and still Ben Affleck because the Batman might get no Robert Pattinson rubber pads out so the guy from twilight he's done other things but yes from twilight he's only the guy from truck he's the guy from twilight who got screwed over by that Kristen check Kristen Stewart yeah that trash yeah she's not so nice no she's not she's she's she's just awful so he's the Batman this was supposed to be released in Moses was released in July it's not gonna be released in October of next year of twenty twenty one that's correct I mean that's I mean they're already thinking that far out is amazing wait to hear more the sopranos film which is supposed to be released September of twenty twenty goes to March twenty twenty one I'm like there's a sopranos movie it's a prequel yeah I'm not watching that yeah no thanks I'm not I I don't I don't want to hear it who's going to handle Feeney supposedly again loving son I don't know about that all right I'm there they're going to have to prove it to me with a trailer they're really going to have to prove it to me with with with that one and then you've got shoes Sam to this is Sam too well there will be was accurate Levi that's was supposed to be released April first of two thousand twenty two and now it's going to be released in November of two thousand twenty two what do you want a half years away and why would you wait two and a half years that's the thing I don't quite understand I mean I know they've got a calendar and a slate and I've got things figured out the flash was supposed to be June twenty twenty two was posted July twenty twenty two it got moved up to June what happened you know these images that movie you will never get released its original right they announce that movie in two thousand fourteen for a two thousand seventeen release date Tony what year is it right now as two thousand twenty and what year is the movie supposedly coming out twenty twenty two that's why I know it's never happening why because it's gotten pushed back for eight years well a lot longer save a couple of things D. C. knows how to screw up something better than anybody they can't do a Marvel does is that they didn't take the guy from the TV show grant Gustin and making the flash is insane to me is that good enough are you out of your skull is a fine TV actor he's cool is the flash he's a fine TV actor no he's not he's not a movie star he's not a movie star faults what makes you think you know what a movie star is because I can look at that do you do you like it might are you a draw are you you're you're a guest star on glee and now you're the flash on the CW and this is your peak you can't get any other gigs you're not a movie star R. U. K. wait hold on you can tell just by looking at somebody with another movie star yes I am and my movie star you have a social you your character actor I swear to you that's exactly what he says before he invites you into his windows van that's gross you you've got potential audio what is written by my trailer we'll discuss it more you can actually hear the old timey villain music but in the background I suppose this is Sam no wonder woman nineteen eighty four is gonna be August of this year that's still coming Wonder.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz agree on power-sharing deal
"And Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz have reached a power sharing agreement it brings the country closer to emerging from the political paralysis former military chief Benny Gantz had previously refused to work with Netanyahu but he cited changed circumstances as a coronavirus pummels the economy and the health
Israel's Netanyahu, chief rival agree on power-sharing deal
"Israeli leaders have reached a power sharing deal to end a political stalemate that's lasted for much of the past year the deal would give prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu another eighteen months in office before he's replaced by political rival Benny Gantz still needs to get approval from
Netanyahu, rival, miss coalition deadline but continue talks
"The Israeli president Reuven Rivlin has also the country's parliament the Knesset to take on the task of trying to form a government after the prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his political rival Benny Gantz fail to reach agreements before deadline last night the Knesset's now has twenty one days to agree on a new governing coalition if no deal can be achieved by the time the latest deadline expires Israelis would face another election the fourth to try to break the
Netanyahu, rival report 'meaningful progress' in unity talks
"Radio Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief rival say they've made meaningful progress in their efforts to form a joint government to confront the pandemic agreeing to continue talks this week after a midnight deadline expired late night announcement providing a glimmer of hope that the sides could end the country's prolong political paralysis and avoid a fourth election in just over a here Netanyahu's Likud party and challenger Benny Gantz is blue and white say they would continue talks today after the country's figurehead president agreed to extend the deadline for reaching a
To Track Coronavirus, Israel Moves to Tap Secret Trove of Cellphone Data
"Brand so far Israel hasn't been hit as hard by the code nineteen outbreak as countries like China Italy or even neighboring Iran Israel's health ministry said today more than three hundred Israelis have tested positive but there have been no deaths so far Palestinians say they've diagnosed forty one people in the west bank and non in Gaza but Israel is still taking drastic steps to get a handle on this coronavirus they're tracking the movement of people who have tested positive including tapping into a secret cache of cell phone data and it might have been here to the US government is reportedly in talks with Facebook Google and other tech companies about using location data to track people with the disease and that's all raising big questions about privacy and government intrusion David how finger is the Jerusalem bureau chief for The New York Times and he joins us now hi how are you I'm good thank you so prime minister Netanyahu made this announcement last night what do you say yes so he he he what didn't get a whole lot of detail about what they're up to but basically you know it's an emergency Israel's broad emergency powers to do pretty much anything the government once more for as long as it wants and as we reported it turns out that since two thousand and two the secret the shin bet the the internal security agency has been routinely amassing pretty much every all the all the meta data on cellphones are belonging to all the the the major cell phone providers here it's it's been used it was intended to combat terrorism which is obviously an ongoing problem and you know it it it it's generally understood to have been used against the Palestinians but they've got all this data sitting in a big pile somewhere and the idea now is that they can take people who are known to be carriers or of the of the corona virus and go back to that truth of data figure out where they went I'm pretty hopefully pretty precisely and then cross matches against the the cellphone locations of the geo locations of other people to find you know people who cross paths in space and time with these people are known to be carrying the virus and then the ideas that they might send a text message to people who may have you know cross paths saying that you were in close proximity to sun sun so if some person carrying virus you should get yourself into quarantine there's a lot of problems with this as you can imagine just the invasion of privacy which is some technical issues I mean you know for one thing as I understand it's a lot easier to type to to to be clear on the precise location of a form when you're actually you know hacked into our monitoring that phone live then when you're going through archives to data that might not be quite as some precise but again what they're saying is that you know given the choice between narrowing down and and and having like a least a comprehensive path of some person to some you know if it's through some time knowing exactly where they went even if it's not even if it's not in point accurate is better than relying on people in interviews to say with total honesty and recall exactly where they were you know relying on honesty and candor but this is taking this can take a look I mean that this could involve a huge amount of people right so you can apparently have this virus and not even show symptoms and be walking around going to all sorts of places in Tel Aviv for example interacting with all sorts of people shopkeepers yes arriver that's true I mean one thing we don't know for example in New York Tel Aviv is a verb is a vertical city right you know I mean is this gonna be a point on a map well what if it's in a very tall building you know what if it comes close to a very tall building we we don't know how right the accuracy is and when you when you start multiplying that's about you know across a lot of people and whatever the error rate is you can have an enormous number of false positives to the point where you wonder whether it's really worth the effort I mean that's what one of things that people are saying here is you know why are they grasping at this quick you know techie fix when we could just put it be putting our energy and our money and our effort into a great you know more testing which is really going to get the bang for the Buck so there's a lot of issues at play what is the testing scenario right now in Israel it's better the United States it's not as as good as S. like South Korea I think it's something around four hundred people per million but you know which is way better than that states but they're still trying to get more and more people tested they're now talking about bringing around some kind of dries up queue for for testing in the coming days but it's you know it's not anywhere near anybody where where people want to be right well so get getting back to this idea of the geo locating is this something that they're actively doing or they're talking about doing have they already reach out to people who have who have had contact with you know they just authorize this overnight one of things people took issue with that was that was done at like one in the morning without legislative approval you know of course permission at Yahoo says you know every hour that we delay you know people can be dying so they're rushing to do it it is not clear how quickly they will be able to go about it and do you know people are trying to get them to get other you know the legislator approvals and is a democracy here this argument going on but the you know and the people are trying to do it the secret service and and the judge the Attorney General promised to do it within you know reasonable bounds and and you know not abusing their access to this information promising just destroyed in a timely way and so on but we don't know how quickly they can do it and we can you know a lot of this is very secret so we don't really know exactly what they're gonna do either yeah what will start to find out when they actually start sending some of those text messages right so meanwhile the country is in the midst of some political turmoil there's a power struggle between Netanyahu and Benny Gantz opposition leader is Benny Gantz coming out against us or is he in favor of it too and saying I want to put again that's that's that's an interesting thing I mean what what I was struck by to be honest after our story was published was how people work you know it's very unlike the United States people comes barely raised an eyebrow at the fact that the government had been collecting all this information about their cellphones for so many years it's like eighteen years you recall the uproar in the United States with the snow and but the Snowden affair so you know here really people you know are saying well we have to do it you know according to the right what was the right authorization in the right oversight if to make sure it's done you know appropriately and carefully and we're not gonna sweeping too many people up you know with one big net but really what I learned is that it is really have a the system has a really high degree of confidence in the in the shin bet their third total security agency they rely on them to to protect their safety to go after the bad guys in general that has been you know hunting down terror here it's a different scenario but they haven't really squandered the the the public's trust yet what people were saying to me is you know if I should ever really wanted to like abuse its power it could have done that years ago so they have they have a pretty high threshold of conscious before before this goes
"benny gantz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Com Israel's president calls for the forming of a new government we hear more from reporter Lawrence Rifkin president Reuven Rivlin on Monday officially tapped centrist Benny Gantz to try and form Israel's next government bypassing longtime prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu dances blue and white list received fewer votes than did Netanyahu's Likud but a larger number of parliamentarians recommended him for prime minister he now has twenty eight days to establish a coalition either a minority and that's highly fragile center left government or a unity government with the right wing Likud that for the time being would focus on fighting coronavirus the pandemic affected Monday's swearing in of new parliamentarians who under an emergency crowd regulation took the oath three at a time I'm Lawrence Rifkin town hall news Jerusalem news and analysis at the media line dot org and town hall dot com I'm Keith Peters in Washington Serbia's army troops are being deployed to the country's borders and streets of the capital of Belgrade to reinforce a nationwide state of emergency that's been introduced in an effort to try to stop the corona virus outbreaks Serbia's defense ministry says the soldiers will guard hospitals treating cove in nineteen infected patients border checkpoints airports and train stations were bigger crowds are expected Serbia's closed its borders to foreigners and demanded self isolation for returning Serbian citizens to up to twenty eight days depending which country they visited the measures also include voluntary isolation for all citizens except for visits to the shops and pharmacies and walking paths forest on the Jeremy house reporting people older than seventy were told not to leave their homes until further notice Serbia's prime minister ana Brnabic says if people continue to ignore the self isolation orders the government will introduce a policed enforced curfew more on these stories at town hall dot com if you're in HR you're probably wearing.
Netanyahu claims victory after Israeli election — but future still uncertain
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is projected to come out of the election in Israel with thirty five seats three more than his challenger but he got many asking how the former head of the Israeli army lost to an indicted prime minister set to stand trial for corruption in just two weeks that after general Benny Gantz a centrist party lost its lead short on experience and charisma guns was always at a disadvantage competing against Netanyahu a savvy political veteran and above all else a tireless fighter guns trying to make up for that by focusing on the tenuous legal troubles but even there the
Netanyahu leads in Israeli election but unclear if he'll have enough support to form government
"Well winning Israel's election yesterday prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu still fall short of the parliamentary majority required to form a government political analyst Gideon rawhide says Netanyahu is definitely ahead of Benny Gantz is blue and white party but looks to be short of a majority as much as these elections look right now it's clear that the guns and he's broken off but the is not clear the bill by mail has a clear victory lacking that clear victory Israel's prolonged political gridlock looks to
Exit polls: Netanyahu just short of majority in Israel vote
"In Israel voters went to the polls today for the third time in less than a year and prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be near an outright victory exit polls gave Netanyahu's political bloc fifty nine out of a hundred and twenty seats in parliament that is too short of a majority his main opponent Benny Gantz pledged to keep fighting Netanyahu still faces an upcoming trial on corruption
Netanyahu pulls ahead but remains one seat shy of governing majority, exit polls suggest
"And in Israel Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu about to claim victory over rival Benny Gantz and Israel's third election in under a year exit polls project Netanyahu's Likud party and its allies would capture sixty seats leaving it one seat short of the
Weary and divided, Israel goes back to the polls
"Blue and white polity late at Benny Gantz is trying to unseat prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the vote after two elections in twenty nineteen failed to yield a conclusive results Netanyahu Israel's longest serving prime minister is seeking reelection while facing indictments on corruption charges he denies any wrongdoing public opinion polls are predicting a similar result to the previous two inconclusive elections leaving a divided its road deadlocked and neither candidate able to build a coalition government with the traditional pot mints and Serra buses
"benny gantz" Discussed on KTRH
"Hi there mark love then show call and now one seven three eight one three eight one one so the question is Bernie Sanders is the voice of and celebrated by some of the most poisonous Jew hating anti Semites in America I mean this and what he says says he's Jewish so what what does that have to do anything it's a funny way shown it never how many times I've told you if you hate America you hate Israel you might even hate Jews Bernie Sanders attracts these people Linda sars sewer Amir czar ta Leeb Omar who do you think Hamas is rooting for in America's presidential election Bernie Sanders they what Bernie Sanders why now here's what's amazing to me the head of this blue and white party in Israel this is a party that was concocted to trying take on Netanyahu it's a combination of disparate elements some will claim to the right of center left of center ultra liberal and Arab parties that don't even support the state of Israel while they wouldn't serve in the government they can still vote so there's Bernie Sanders and this guy dance Benny Gantz the leader of the blonde white party he has among his advisers to individuals who referred to the press in the United States in so many words as Adolf Hitler he has among his advisers the top poster for Obama other consultants for Obama so another words Benny Gantz is the Democrat party's candidate in Israel I am Benny Gantz today announced that he wants to mend ties with America's Democrats the Democrat party should he become prime minister he's accusing the current prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu a basically being way too close and supportive of Donald Trump I have tried to warn individuals in the trump administration individuals outside the trump administration on air privately every way I can that should Benny Gantz become the prime minister of Israel he will tap the brakes on the peace plan he will tap the brakes in other words he will slowly but surely sabotage it or so fundamentally altered a won't be the same there is no way Bernie Sanders will support the trump peace plan because his supporters the Jew hating anti semite circle that I began to describe to you other other supporters still but I'm talking about the ones have identified they wouldn't tolerate they've condemned this plan Bernie Sanders has condemned this plan Hamas Abbas they've condemned this plant the Arab league doesn't support the plan so Benny Gantz is going to be the Democrat party sky in Israel we also know this because the former ambassador to Israel from the United States an American by the name began Shapiro who now I believe is a resident in Israel he condemned the planet he said the Democrats will never buy and part of the reason the Democrats will do this is not only because they have this growing hate for the state of Israel now but it's also because they want to present a United States to fail he proposes is magnificent peace plan they choose to wait until after the Israeli election for there to be some annexation of to day in Samaria the Jordan Valley so forth which is a huge risk if Netanyahu doesn't win certainly huge rest for the people of Israel but it's a huge risk for the president because what will have been in Haiti a massive accomplishment could wind up being a massive setback because Benny Gantz it's not in his interests to work what trump and deliver him a peace plan a success he's already talking about making men's with the Democrats which Democrats this is just me speaking by the way I don't speak for the government don't speak for the master I don't speak for the prime minister I speak from mark as I always do but is it not fascinating to you that here we are well Bernie Sanders leading in the polls participating in multiple debates and not a single moderator has confronted him on the anti Semites that he uses a sorry gets and that he attracts and by the way if they do they're gonna have to be very very resolute because what he'll do is he'll start attacking trump Netanyahu in Israel that's not the point attack them all you want that's not the question you have Jake tapper whose Jewish your Chuck Todd is Jewish you're wolf Blitzer who's Jewish all of them about not opportunity all of to press to press Bernie Sanders and not one of them hatched if Donald Trump was a tracking people like this they be hounding him each and every day as it is the greatest friend of Israel's accused of anti semitism by these low lights and low lives but the Democrat party gets away with this Nancy Pelosi gets away with it with a phony resolution Chuck Schumer gets away with it why should why should that how is it the Bernie Sanders is not confront what about his typical Marxist distraction about his problems Netanyahu his problem is Netanyahu's racism apartheid policies his problem is trump and his racism and apart type no no no you will read Marxist throwback Soviet style moron we know who you are we know what you are Trotsky was Jewish to course Stalin wasn't Landon wasn't but my point is it's not good enough to say well of course I support is a because I'm Jewish unfortunately more more that has nothing to do with anything and I'm trying to explain that you know to non Jews look at these organizations the anti defamation league has the anti defamation league condemned the people that Bernie Sanders is using is Serra gets now once that I'm aware of why because the head of the anti defamation league was a special assistant to Barack Obama how about this far less radical group called Jay street which is an anti Israel Jewish group dressed up as a Jewish group the president of that organization was rubbing cheeks with a bus a week or so ago what they hate Netanyahu and condemned Netanyahu probably tell you more than you want to know but I think many of you will find it interesting Jews non Jews evangelical Christians non Christians and so forth what's taking place let me swing back Bernie Sanders how does he get away with this with the media allows him to get away with this these are Sir gets that he appoints these a server gets to hear braces their histories are well known there on the internet you can research them yourselves Sirius internet sites of expose them how does he get away with this virtually no scrutiny whatsoever as we move closer to super Tuesday which isn't very far away the American press is not informing the American people the Democrat party trying to tamp down information about him The New York Times which has its own anti semitism problem its own Holocaust denying problem has no problem Bernie Sanders in this regard none where are you Philip bump where are you Maggie Habermann well you reporters and journalists where are you Jeff mothers soccer an angel lack Zucker is Jewish he runs CNN lack sure she runs and be safe where are they I'll tell you where they are many years ago Norman Podhoretz wrote a book about this I had him on the program for these individuals their face he came to conclude and I think he's exactly right his liberal as their temple is the Democrat party that's who they are that's what they are first and foremost and I would argue the Jake tapper's the wolf Blitzer's the truck tots this is what they live and breathe Democrat party liberals this is what they pray to this is what they Donovan this is who they are this is how they self identify they're not about to take it to Bernie Sanders I'll be right back.
Afghanistan election commission says Ashraf Ghani has won a second term as president with 50.64% of the vote
"The corruption trial of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins on March seventeenth on March second Israelis will head back to the polls which show Netanyahu now trailing his primary opponent at a campaign event yesterday Benny Gantz Val to bolster bi partisan American support for Israel politician trying to unseat prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is sending a message to Washington general Benny guns is vowing to repair ties with the Democratic Party if he wins the March second election the former head of the IDF accusing Netanyahu of alienating Democrats and turning Israel into a partisan Republican issue especially under president trump the time now is long rejected such criticism but if you research center poll last year found two thirds of Democrats had negative views of Netanyahu's
"benny gantz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"For the prime minister for I ministership of Israel Benny Gantz was also there yeah I was very significant what we were trying to accomplish your Chris we're obviously in a never ending election cycle in Israel and based upon the polls I'm not sure that we're we're gonna get any closer to a government this time around so in order for us to move forward we really tried as best we could to depoliticize the president's vision for peace in the way to do that was to get the buy in from the two party the two candidates who one of whom will be the prime minister going forward and so it was very graphic very grateful that we got the support of Benny Gantz and for obviously from the prime minister because with that demonstrates is that essentially the with with some minor exceptions on the left or the on the far left or right the elected Israel's support this plan and that's important to us and I think his being there sent an important message what what's I understand what the the far left the poses in Israel a what does the far right oppose but I think there are is a a meaningful are part of the electorate that is just unable to come to grips with the possibility of a Palestinian state and by the way I I understand the skepticism and the fear but what we've crew what we've constructed here is a Palestinian state that cannot represent an incremental security threat is real because the security of the state the overriding security remains in the state of Israel but I think I think they're people that viscerally recoil from that and I think that's the reaction on now what about what was the reaction I I have not been able to discern this what is the reaction among the Arab states of the Middle East I think generally it's been terrific we had the ambassadors of the number it's Oman and Bahrain at the ceremony yesterday that's interesting that is very interesting you know are the Saudis are put out a very helpful statement in which they said that they believe the parties the Palestinians and Israelis should negotiate they appreciate the plan of action to go she based on this plan under the auspices of the United States the Egyptians called the plan a serious effort that should be the basis for negotiations the amber is put out I don't remember the exact words but the average put out I think maybe the strongest statement all these countries are not saying that these are the specific terms that we want the Palestinians to accept that I wanna be careful but I think this is the deal take it or leave it what they're saying is a lot of work went into this a lot of thought went into it there a lot of good things in it and they're encouraging the Palestinians to engage with Israel if they have issues and and and they want to make it better we said very simply the Palestinians don't like certain things that you sit down with Israel and discuss it there certainly not going to get anymore by holding a day of rage right but that that's that's the usual reaction what other than the Palestinians and I presume Hezbollah in Lebanon he in the Arab world or or in the Muslim world condemned the agreement I think the Iranians there yeah not only lets has Bologna is far as I can tell I don't think that I think the Jordanians were were critical on a big condemned it but they were critical but apart from the Jordanians now no one can doubt that many were very constructive I I didn't mention Morocco Morocco put out I think a very constructive statement so let's just you know kind of be clear about where we are today we have a specific offer from Israel that specific terms and the overwhelming majority of the Arab world the saying good job yeah may not be perfect but you know the party should engage on this basis I mean this is huge if people that Saudi Arabia they look at the world we live in Saudi Arabia the guardian of the Muslim holy places is amenable to this deal but the left in the United States Elizabeth Warren and The New York Times are not amenable to it I mean it gives you an idea of of how far the left in America has gone yep yep I mean you should read a statement it's really it's really quite remarkable an historic and yeah I mean it it's it's frustrating a by the way I think there's only one reason why a Whitey's part wireless with Warren and Sanders and whoever else are against it or against it because trump thought of it if if Obama would've thought of it they'll be hailing this is the greatest the advanced never has a greater truth been told I know you have to go with fifty after the hour I look forward to seeing you again ambassador Freeman thank you for your time thank you so much really enjoyed being with you thank you thank you Kim he was very impressive I I have no reason to say this I have a he didn't even give me a cigar I just for the record the meeting was after the meeting was at the new US embassy and the result was quite something fact that point the last point if if Barack Obama have come up with this deal it would be the deal of the century that is exactly the way it would have been called I have never I don't think I have ever use the term tongue trumped arrangements in rural never I it's not money some my way of speaking and I'm not using it now but there was clearly an irrationality that he is induced imitators but even it up in the past three to think in in rational moral terms I was in Israel until now constantly attacked by the left as not being for a two state solution here's a two state solution you don't like the state that is envisioned for the Palestinians then negotiate by the way they got a lot more and they rejected that to read David Brock's book it's a history of the of the seven I think six or seven rejections of Palestinian state since nineteen forty.
Trump touts upcoming peace plan following meeting with Netanyahu despite Palestinian objections
"In an troubles holding back to back meetings with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in as chief challenger Benny Gantz to work on a peace deal for the Middle East trump says the proposal will be unveiled tomorrow this is a plan that's very important to peace in the Middle East no matter where I went they say Israel and the Palestinians to have to make peace before you can really have peace in the Middle East so that people have been working on this for many many years and I think we're relatively close the plane is being dubbed the deal of the
Trump says he plans to release Middle East peace plan Tuesday
"Story president trump promises unveil his peace plan for the Middle East tomorrow he's meeting with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu today at the White House it is also scheduled meet with Benny Gantz those two have been unsuccessfully trying to form a government after a split
Trump to meet Israeli leaders as doubts over 'peace plan' grow
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief political rival Benny Gantz meet separately at the White House today with president Donald Trump correspondent Bob Costantini reports the meeting apparently over a proposed a Middle East peace plan to get their agreement on the plan no Palestinian representative is on hand though the president said last week US officials had talked to them briefly Israeli media report one aspect of the plan is to let Israel retain control and possibly annex settlements in the west bank that previous administrations and the international community refused to recognize as legitimate Bob Costantini the
"benny gantz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"T. welcome to weekend from the BBC world service with me Judea market. we start this hour in Israel where leaders of the major political parties will meet with the country's president today to make that case that they should be allowed to form a government results from last week's election in the country put Binyamin Netanyahu's party narrowly behind his rivals former general Benny Gantz but neither party won a majority of seats in the parliament and one of them is now convinced the president Reuven Rivlin that they have the support to lead a governing coalition this is the second time that Israelis have gone to the polls this year often no coalition came together after April's vote will no good time to pull skis a journalist in Jerusalem and is on the line no the one of the main cases that these two men will try to make to Israel's president today. good morning morning well. the first one to come will be Benny guns because he did in fact win the most votes although apparently just party representatives are coming in love he himself that's what I've been told and they will argue that they're the largest party instead of his role right now and that they have the best chance to form a coalition with an array of center left parties. the next one will be Benjamin Netanyahu who has been prime minister for ten years and I think we'll find himself in a very unfamiliar situation having come in second he will argue that he has the best chance with of kind of narrow group of right wing religious parties that still leaves him to us feet short of what the center left coalition has right now but neither has apparently from what we know neither as yet has houses of parliament in to support them what of the possibility of those two main parties coming together in some way. that is the ultimate question right now yes it works what would seem to make more sense if a party with thirty three votes of one with thirty one votes come together clearly they have more than sixty one together the problem is that abenney guns is number one campaign promises that he will never sit in a government with Benjamin Netanyahu who is on the verge of being invited to indicted sorry in several of pretty heavy criminal cases he's been investigated for something like two years by the police last February the Attorney General said he planned to indict him and since then it's in the whose lawyers have been playing a cat and mouse game trying to avoid this technicality to judicial hearing that comes before indictments that that hearing now is going to take place October second and Benny guns as part of a good governments. rafters policies has said he will never see it was someone indicted or about to be indicted so unless the Likud roasts its longtime leader the solution would seem to be impossible okay we will see what happens in the coming hours thank you very much no good time to poll ski whose the in Jerusalem. now they've been more clashes in Hong Kong between police and pro democracy demonstrators who've been staging the sixteenth consecutive weekend of protests the demonstrators who'd been demanding greater political autonomy from Beijing blocked roads and threw petrol bombs in the district of twin mon where police responded with tear gas the protest is then moved to you and long but police prevented them from reaching the train station where they planned to market two months since gangs of men attacked commuters and demonstrators returning from a mass rally will Steve McDonald is in Hong Kong lease of familiar scenes Stephen sadly but still very troubling ones. yes certainly there's still paid overhead to turn out and brightest day we went to both of those events you mentioned the the March eighteen Truman which was actually given the mission lex and other words that was an authorized.
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"Challenger Benny Gantz so or prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu have enough support to form a majority coalition in parliament Netanyahu's prospects remain as prime minister dwindling tropical storm Imelda formed and made landfall near Freeport Texas in under an hour Houston preparing for heavy rain and flooding you're listening to ABC news in Toledo Ohio state trooper is guilty of charges after his four year old son shot himself in the face last may with his father's backup weapon trooper foo son was placed on administrative leave and will be sentenced in November there's now a ten thousand dollar reward for info on the death of a southern Ohio woman in Hocking hills over the recent holiday weekend forty four year old Victoria's Schaeffer of Chillicothe was struck and killed near the stairs at old man's cave investigators say there's evidence she was struck by part of the tree which fell from a cliff above the cave in that it did not occur naturally and Austintown man convicted on charges related to child **** receiving twenty one and a half years in prison yesterday eight thirty two year old Daniel Parker found guilty by a jury back on June fourth in Merion township they are planning to hire three more firefighters after landing a half million dollar federal grant it's good news for people who have taken a long detours for the past several months the replacement span of the Cleveland Maslen road bridge over wolf creek in Summit County set to re open this coming Friday five months after it was closed it's been close since April when it was for. found to be unsafe for vehicles because teams had deteriorated they're getting ready to build a new soccer stadium in Columbus nine vacant buildings have already been removed from the site and today the owners of the Columbus crew say they plan to break ground on their brand new two hundred and thirty million dollar soccer stadium in downtown Columbus next month the brick structure will seat upwards of twenty thousand fans and with the October ground breaking it should be ready for the first a major league soccer game to be held there in July of twenty twenty one I'm Allison Wyatt reporting and I'm Matt Rees everyone is talking about health care these days America spends twice that of other developed countries on our health care system yet our health ranks near the bottom primary.
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"That even for relatively low security clearance for relatively low civil servant. if you have something in your background. that makes you susceptible to blackmail. then you don't get a security clearance. and I pointed that out last night here this guy Benny Gantz wants to be the prime minister of Israel. he was incredibly sloppy utterly irresponsible it is use of a cell phones he had to know as a former general but even as just as a a pedestrian. that the Iranians rather enemies of this country. we'll be accessing his. his personal phones were trying to protect it. but try to protect. here is running is the clean Kennedy. and yet it is he. and his dirty trickster. the former Obama strategist. who sought to benefit from that planet article politico and try to destroy the alliance between the United States and Israel as well as destroy the candidacy and prime ministership a Benjamin Netanyahu with a dirty trick with ally. which political was more than happy to publish of course because political as part of the kebab just like here. just like here with the media participated. in the effort by the Obama administration the same administration. to destroy the trump presidency was spies. among other things. I now have sought to destroy the trump presidency meanwhile Obama is never questioned. by during the debate she's never question because the media is never going to question bite about what he knew or when he know what about. the Obama administration's interference in the election the Obama administration interfered in our election. do you buy an administration interfered in an earlier Israeli election which they try to defeat unsuccessfully Benjamin Netanyahu. and Obama surrogate Sir again interfering in the Israeli election and trying to defeat. Netanyahu and I tried to explain of course to we the people in America as well as the Israelis get fox news. they don't vomit is the worst president. the worst president. not only for the United States. but it is conduct towards Israel at the United Nations. his support for the Palestinians and all the rest. and yeah here you have this guy Benny Gantz. who's getting the support from the Obama heights. now the press in Israel if you can believe this is worse than the press in America there's no fox news equivalent. it is rather snow conservative talk radio equivalent in Israel there's podcasters here and there but nothing that is as substantial as it is here this is why the first amendment is so important folks. then I went through the so called charge these allegations by a rogue Attorney General. I've seen those before. against the prime minister and they hang over like a cloud over his over his government overs campaigns. then I went through the mystery of the. and there are three preposterous allegations. on their face. I know you can be sure. given the significant. lance particularly the third allegation that most Israelis are gonna read it they're going to say what what is suppressing the read about in the newspaper here about it on the news. and that's what the Attorney General there's spanking. the first claim is look at all the cigars and champagne. the prime minister received from somebody who wanted favors from him you know the print you know the Attorney General did in that case Mr producer. he added together cigars in Champaign. that another individual. had offered to the prime minister. added them together. even though that individual had nothing to do with anything. in order to make what in each case was relatively de minimus or traditional terms against to look like this massive number of cigars massive Amanda champagne given to the prime minister that is prosecutorial misconduct of the worst sort. of the worst sort. then we have another instance. the second. a second instance and where it is said that the prime minister in exchange for positive press treatment from some guy owns a website..