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"idf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 1 d ago

"idf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Finn recipient, a registered investment adviser. Business, finance, and the latest news evicting world markets, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update, President Biden will speak this morning as the NATO summit wraps up. His remarks are coming on the heels of NATO inviting Finland and Sweden to join the alliance as Russia's invasion of Ukraine drags on. That only happened after turkey dropped its opposition, a move that Biden was quick to praise on Wednesday. Israel's intelligence agency helped stop hackers from hitting U.S. power plants. The deputy chief of IDF unit 8200 said on Wednesday that the agency warned the U.S. about plans to hack power plants in time to block the cyberattack. The officer identified only as colonel U said his agency discovered the plot while stopping a cyberattack on Israeli facilities. I'm tray Thomas. And a weather system near Aruba could soon become tropical storm Mani the storm is expected to intensify this weekend and could become the first hurricane of the season. It's expected to reach Nicaragua by Friday night. I'm Mark Mayfield. Paul Sweeney, this wall of worry, everybody's been climbing it. Matt Miller. When you look at individual stocks, what do you like? Along with Bloomberg's sharpest market analysts can only basic Wall Street reporter for Bloomberg news Bloomberg markets. Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio.

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Who Is Jim Hanson, President of Security Studies Group?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Who Is Jim Hanson, President of Security Studies Group?

"But let's start at the beginning because this is what we do with all our long form guests. So tell them who is Jim Hanson. What is he done and how did he get to be the head of this organization? Wow. The real way I got to be it was I went to the university of Wisconsin Madison as a young 18 year old back when UW mad city was the number one party school in America as rated. And I got serious number one. This is number one by Playboy magazine. They rated UW max city number one. I took a bunch of classes. I took Hebrew because I was thinking about joining the IDF. I took astronomy to stop that. Okay, so can you just explain that? Why are we going to join these red defense forces? Because of entebbe. Is the greatest commando raid? Are you circumcised? Yeah. And I mean how to speak the alphabet? I had a body in my unit in the British intelligence reserves, went to serve with the what do they call them multinational for MFR? The MFA in the Sinai. And he fell in love with Israeli. I wanted to. 8 32, you had to get circumcised. Ouch. Don't know, please don't go there. Okay, so Hebrew I'm taking tags I'm doing that. I'm thinking about all those things. But top party school in the country. I got 5 incompletes. That's impressive. My dad was not impressed. Who is the Vietnam vet and West Point grad? No way. Yeah, to two tours of Vietnam. So he got the envelope and he opens it up and he looks at it and looks at me and looks at it again and looks at me. Crumples it up, throws it in the fireplace and says, you need to find a place to live and a job because I'm not paying for school anymore. So you out. I kicked me out and said, you might want to consider joining the army because they can't fire your raising butt. So are you a good joke? That kicks you out and joined the army. That is a good story. It's a great one. It should be pretty commercial because after that, things

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"idf" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

08:20 min | 7 months ago

"idf" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"Clever shed that tongue is Llama the earth by Ellis Sheik bloom and now it's time for a second discussion. So Don, the army finally seems to be taking climate change seriously, pledging to become a leading force, maybe the leading force in the battle against it ain't nothing wrong with that, is there? Well, not long after the National Security Council announced its decision to consider climate change as a threat to national security, a decision which will take effect on January 1st, 2022. The IDF announced that it would turn its attention and resources to the environmental crisis. In some ways, this is natural all big organizations public and private that are planning to be around for a while, need to plan for the climatic and environmental changes that are upon us. For instance, the IDF has to be ready for unrest in Syria as a result of desertification of the country. And the fact that some IDF planes, helicopters and tanks don't perform well in extreme heat at levels that climate scientists expect to become common in this area in the next few decades. So there are clear military and security considerations which are affected by climate change, which will need to be taken into account. Also our prime minister Bennett announced in Glasgow that Israel will be carbon neutral by 2050, which is only 29 years away. And the IDF like every government body will have to do it's hard to make that happen. Add to that that the IDF is a serious polluter in its own right, having scaled back its efforts to reduce its environmental damaging impact years ago. But as one high ranking IDF officer told the arts, the army has now decided that it will be more than an organization engaging with sustainability and instead become an innovative organization that takes the lead in addressing climate change and the rest of the environmental crisis. To do this, the army has put together a team task that come up with a plan, which will work at something called the gazette institute, a research institute within the military intelligence branch of the IDF general staff. The plan of the gazi team is writing is supposed to address issues of direct military concern. Tracking how climate change is affecting neighboring states, possibly weakening the stability of friendly governments, say in Egypt or Jordan or radicalizing unfriendly governments and say Syria and Iran. And it will also address civilian needs in Israel, coming up with schemes for renewable energy, educating citizens to be less wasteful, planning new technologies to reduce environmental decay, like battery cycling, more efficient energy production, creating tools to gather data about climate change and how to address it, including but not limited to military satellites, hyperspectral sensors, airborne sensors, computer capabilities, algorithmics, artificial intelligence, and big data processing, and use, and since the sky's the limit scrubbing carbon from the air, all of which sounds great. At first, but raises a big question. Do we want the army to be a very significant actor and factor in determining Israel's response to climate change? And a wonderful essay in a Hebrew volume called environment climate and national security a new front for Israel, environmental leaders may tall pellegri and former MK dove canine, now chair of the president's climate forum in Israel wrote in a society that has learned to mobilize around issues of security and has long given priority to things considered security concerns over every other concern, framing the issue of climate as a pressing security challenge can help, especially when that framing is true. But by that logic, it could be helpful to frame everything that matters as security issue, gender equality, security issue, poverty, security issue, social justice, security issue. The fact that Noah's favorite band may be breaking up major security issues. It really is. Which leads to our question. So is this good or bad news? Happier said, delightful or disappointing that the IDF may become a major player, perhaps the major player in planning and carrying out Israel's response to climate change. Allison, what do you think? Well, it's delightful that they're doing it and it's disappointing that it's taken them this long to do it. You know, all of those other social issues that you read off are important, but I don't think any of them come close to approaching climate change as a real security issue that can really cause instability in our region and really lead to a security threat. Add to that about how much control that the IDF has over the land in Israel. So much of our land is devoted to the military. I'm all for it. In fact, my daughter tomorrow who's sitting here about to go into the IDF, I suggest that you apply to be the sustainability officer in charge of in charge of climate change and that will solve all of them. Done and done. But no, absolutely. Get to it, the faster the better. 100%. Well, obviously it's a good thing for the army to take this seriously. And obviously it's an important thing for the army to take this seriously as far as the army goes. Everything having to do with the army. And it is just reassuring to see that some, I think, within the army, serious people really are taking this seriously in a serious way. But I do have misgivings about the army suddenly becoming like a leading force in determining Israel's response to climate change, partly because the army is not really going to be about that. Like the army is never going to really get, I think issues of sustainability in a completely deep way. I meet sent us all this these articles partly about about the fact that the army has just finished this massive wall around Gaza and all the and they were bragging about all the concrete and metal rebar that's there that it's enough to go to the moon and back and meet the point was an organization that understands sustainability. First of all, know that concrete itself poses these horrible, horrible horrible environmental dangers or causes environmental damage and absorbs carbon and all these kinds of things. But beyond that, they wouldn't think that way. And I wonder if when you hand over the environment to the army, if you don't get a purely technocratic approach to environment that doesn't lead to changing our values, changing the way we see the world, changing the way we understand the country. So I'm kind of ambivalent about this. Obviously, it's great, but you would want the army to be following someone else's lead and not to be leading so that we follow. But at least there's a consciousness of I mean, as you say, they're very damaging at least if there's some sort of awareness they're going to mitigate their damage. And so, you know, maybe they were not going to lead us to the promised land on the environment, but it's very, very important for them to make it a priority and therefore try to minimize the necessary damage to the environment that protecting the country entails. Right, but here's the thing. I mean, I agree with you. I think this is a problem. And I've always have questions about increasing militarization or the militaries reach. I mean, climate change is an existential threat. And it's not hard to imagine a climate disaster in Africa that would lead to an exodus that would make what we went through with Eritrean and Sudanese refugees look like a drop in the ocean. There aren't that many police directions to go. If you go north, you get to us very quickly. So I'm happy to have the bright young things in military intelligence and all the other researchers that are bringing in who from what we read are civilians, a lot of them. They're recruiting civilians and young doctoral candidates and wanting to vote energies. So all good and the army has a lot of money sitting on lots of resources. So good that they're devoting it to. And my question okay, okay, I agree with you. The army shouldn't be the one spearheading this outside of military concerns, but who else? Who else would do it? I mean, there isn't an agency that has the resources that has the manpower that has the reach that has the influence that could do something significant. I mean, we we know we've.

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Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year

"Let's go to the news. It is going on, which is the announcement that Iran is expected back at the partying table, which is the worst possible announcement because that means team Biden is ready to cave. Well, if it's based on a remark made by a deputy minister, I don't know how much grief that you can lend to that. But we have to be prepared for everything. I think it's more importantly that it is ray leaders have been around the world today. Prime minister Bennet is in Switzerland and the message is always that Israel can not coexist with Iran that has a threshold capacity and is relaxed. Now, the Israeli press has been putting out a notices from the IDF, saying that there's now intensive training. So the Israel will be ready to strike within one year. Within one year, I'm not closer we have one year. Thank you. I think that's being very optimistic and, you know, I wonder what the purpose of those reports

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"idf" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"We learned this week that next sunday as we recorded on july eighteenth another delegation of one hundred fifty or so idea of soldiers code-named the lightning of the heavens will leave israel on a mission marking. What would have been the hundredth birthday of hannah. Censh- mayor memory for blessing. Hana sanish the budapest born poet and soldier in these secret british special operations executive who on march fourteenth nineteen forty four. When she was just twenty two parachuted with others into yugoslavia where she joined a partisan group and was soon captured by nazi soldiers at the hungarian border and then tortured and murdered by firing squad on monday. To a f- hercules transport. Planes will fly over the forests of eastern slovenia. Where sanish made her last. Jump and one hundred soldiers mostly from the idea but also hungarian. Slovenian and croatian soldiers were reenact sandwiches. Jump the purpose of the reenactment. According to colonel yuval guys the commander of some hueneme the idea paratroopers brigade is to strengthen the ties between the idf and local countries and to try to recreate the heroism of the shoe paratroopers and quote the name of the mission. The lightning of the heavens is taken from his most famous poem. Highly colicky sorry. I walked the case. Aria which goes my god. My god may these never end the sand and the see the rush of the water the lightning of heaven. The prayer of man among the soldiers travelling to slovenia is one who was called up for reserve duty to serve as an educational officer for the mission tel aviv university professor of jewish history. Lieutenant colonel seem Golden husan lieutenant. Haddara golden may refer blessing was killed at twenty three in the two thousand and fourteen gaza war and whose body has been held by hamas for the seven years since and again like mariam said it would take hours months even dissect and elucidate the historical religious and political currents that converge in. This baffling act of symbolism

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IDF Paratroopers Head to Europe to Jump for Hannah Szenes's 100th Birthday

The Promised Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

IDF Paratroopers Head to Europe to Jump for Hannah Szenes's 100th Birthday

"We learned this week that next sunday as we recorded on july eighteenth another delegation of one hundred fifty or so idea of soldiers code-named the lightning of the heavens will leave israel on a mission marking. What would have been the hundredth birthday of hannah. Censh- mayor memory for blessing. Hana sanish the budapest born poet and soldier in these secret british special operations executive who on march fourteenth nineteen forty four. When she was just twenty two parachuted with others into yugoslavia where she joined a partisan group and was soon captured by nazi soldiers at the hungarian border and then tortured and murdered by firing squad on monday. To a f- hercules transport. Planes will fly over the forests of eastern slovenia. Where sanish made her last. Jump and one hundred soldiers mostly from the idea but also hungarian. Slovenian and croatian soldiers were reenact sandwiches. Jump the purpose of the reenactment. According to colonel yuval guys the commander of some hueneme the idea paratroopers brigade is to strengthen the ties between the idf and local countries and to try to recreate the heroism of the shoe paratroopers and quote the name of the mission. The lightning of the heavens is taken from his most famous poem. Highly colicky sorry. I walked the case. Aria which goes my god. My god may these never end the sand and the see the rush of the water the lightning of heaven. The prayer of man among the soldiers travelling to slovenia is one who was called up for reserve duty to serve as an educational officer for the mission tel aviv university professor of jewish history. Lieutenant colonel seem Golden husan lieutenant. Haddara golden may refer blessing was killed at twenty three in the two thousand and fourteen gaza war and whose body has been held by hamas for the seven years since and again like mariam said it would take hours months even dissect and elucidate the historical religious and political currents that converge in. This baffling act of symbolism

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"My name is josh realm. Thank you so much for tuning into this. Very special edition of israel our radio before a beer cut dera we heard from omar adama beautiful version of ofra allah shah abramson in this choir with relentless loam high late sawa prayer for the welfare of the idea. F and surrey cod started us off as she will for as long as we need her two young cod nazi-era israel our radio. So many people check in from all around the world including moshe and linda and allen. And claire hello ellen and shirley and helene is joining us or jason and pam and jeffrey and miles. Ray in rosalind dr here. Meyer amir is here mitch. And dori and patricia and rena hello andrew from new jersey high van and arum and liz jeeva is here era from q. Gardens new york glad to have you all please continue to check in and send your thoughts and send your feelings and send your prayers and send your inspiration to the men and women of the idea and send your money to ways that we can think of. That would be a great way to support israel during this difficult time one of them which moshe suggested was the friends of the id f at. I believe f- idea. F dot org. If i have that correct f. I d. f. dot org is the way to get in touch with the friends of the idf. Who can certainly use your help during this difficult time. They are doing wonderful work right now. And as well invest in israel bonds invest in the state of israel. Let israel borrow your money and you make it back in return with interest. There is no better way to support areas easter l. today and every day then by investing in israel bonds it's not charity it's not a donation it's an investment in yourself and it's an investment in the state of israel. I highly highly recommend purchasing in israel. Bond during this difficult time these next few weeks are big bar mitzvah seasons their wedding seasons. If you ever need a gift. Israel bonds is the way to go. We went from sheer rates fee. La songs of prayer and now we go to songs of praise. It's a song suggested by. Paula called sheer hypothesis..

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"idf" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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Israeli Ground Troops Carrying out Strikes Into Gaza Strip, IDF Says

Lance McAlister

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Israeli Ground Troops Carrying out Strikes Into Gaza Strip, IDF Says

"Five of hostilities between Israel and the Palestinians tonight. It has risen to a new level. That battle heating up is Israeli troops are now attacking on the ground in the Gaza Strip What appears to be a new counter attack by Israeli defense forces tonight, Israelis living along the border of that Mediterranean Sea coast Palestinian land told to leave their homes and go to safe locations in what appears to be a ground force of sold on Gaza by Israel. NBC's Matt Gutman. In Tel Aviv where Hamas is aimed a number of rocket attacks. Most of the people who we've spoken to you here frankly, they say, Okay, we've gotta attack Gaza got to put an end to Hamas. We've gotta retaliate. There's ah, smaller subject of the people with whom I've spoken to say, OK, way need peace. We need to come to terms with these people. This'll can't happen anymore. But that is really the unifying understanding here is that this seems to be an untenable way of living just that nobody can seem to claw their way out of it. The Israeli prime minister promising Moss will pay a heavy price for its rocket attacks on Israel. Andy Field,

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"idf" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"idf" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Like fertility task IDF invasion fertilization egg freezing as well as third party reproduction and like transitional carriers there's also the option some point and I love that you're really kind of disrupting this market first step you took when you realize okay I'm super serious I'm going to start this company first stop was really to try to become a domain expert in as quick a time as possible and so I sort of carved out after I left every note you know six to eight months of just a personal E. I. R. time which is sort of an executive in residence time so I really started to study the space will understand what are the problems what is the opportunity and importantly am I the right person to to build a company town and you're really redefining fertility care coverage what was kind of that awesome moment when you were starting character like this is actually gonna work staying at the facility spaces really seems so much accelerated growth over the past few years when I started the company it was just such a different environment and the only thing that sort of gave me the signal that that we were on to something was being very close to our customers just being really upset about talking to our buyers and our customers and our users to understand to sort of cut through the noise and the self doubt about whether or not this could be something that could scale and so I spent many many months we spent many many months talking to H. R. owes you know chief human resources officers benefit leaders HR leaders as well as employees themselves to understand whether or not this is something that they would value work so how can you say doing your market research is just starting a business for those who are kind of wants to open a restaurant who want to start and grow a business it's usually important I think it's one of the things that is critical to understanding as our founder whether or not you have product market which is obviously critical so you know in a very short period of time you have to find a way to become the experts in this space and so you have to find all sorts of shortcuts you know you can't go through a graduate program you can go get a master's degree in reproductive endocrinology you have to figure out a way to structure your own learning so that you become a domain expert enough to understand what is the product what what what does the product need to be and what are the needs of the customer of the customer trying to fail when you were first starting all the time I'm I'm afraid every day but you you know you sort of learn not to not to take it personally and and to get up and keep going whitening carrot random that's a good question so when we were first looking at the space and it was part of our sort of analysis of existing products in the market there were a lot of historical names around fertility companies that were very gendered that were very strong and and or female oriented and we always believed and continue to believe that fertility is a fundamental part of human health it's not women's health and so we wanted a name that was easy to say easy to remember and recognisable but would also have the the room to grow into a brand that was appealing for everyone yeah and what would you say one of the biggest challenges was when you were first starting care at that you just did not expect it coming at all there were so many you know I think one of the one of the hardest things is been raising money especially in the early days and it wasn't something that I had experience with us I'm a first time founder and so you know in in the very early days when you are interacting with the seeds can be quite jarring and so you know the first team knows for or very difficult at the time it was probably fair for me to get rejected a bunch of times because the product wasn't at a place where it was scalable and and we hadn't quite found product market fit yet but you know raising money is difficult and and raising money insult Mallya female founders is obviously more more difficult I think when you just look at that the staff you know only two percent of female founders CEOs actually receive the money and so you know you just have to be really resilient and you have to find creative ways to make the problem that you're trying to solve resonate with with people who may not have a natural tendency for understanding and when did you start to raise money well we were actually didn't really start to raise money until a couple of years ago so I started the company about three years ago and really spent the first year or talking to consumers talking to customers talking to users and really trying to understand what is the product that we need to build something super tight budget before you start in how did you kind of get through that with little money and you know you're stealing this business yeah I mean you know it's it's a it's an interesting question and I think one of the things that we need to figure out as as a society is how to give more people more capital more access to capital to build businesses that I think one of the things that I'm really grateful for that I was able to raise a small amount of money through angel investors through friends and family through my own savings and so that really was an important step to help get us off the ground what you're saying one of the most rewarding aspects not starting Karen has been the most rewarding thing is really seen the impact that we have on people's lives and getting customer feedback from the HR leaders who are really the ones I think pushing the envelope in this category around access to care and so you know we hear stories of people who you know come to their HR person after that Karen has been announced and and cry because they're so grateful or you know we obviously see news on on a regular basis about people having access to care and then being able to you know access to IVF for do the right thing so those are really the most rewarding moments that's really going to talk about because men women whoever it's kind of you know people are having kids later in life yes and kind of tell me into that also inspire you to start yeah I mean when you look around it and and if the trend is the demographic trend is really is really all over the country as well as all all many other developed countries and so you know for the first time ever in this country there are more women having kids above the age of thirty and below the age of thirty and that is going to just continue to develop and the agents are going to continue to move up so you know the the implications of that trend for what the future of work looks like as well as the future fertility in our view means that fertility is going to become a table stakes part of what people expect when they come to work it's going to be a medical dental vision and fertility coverage my love and what it is I do have to companies that want to kind of diversify their health health care benefit offerings go to carrot fertility dot com and come talk to us about sort of the ways that we can customize a plan for you the great thing about carrots is that it's not just for big companies it's for medium sized companies with several thousand people it doesn't have to be hundreds of thousands of people in jumbo employers to historic historically have been the only ones who can afford this type of care we make it our customer visible and accessible for companies of any size to deploy this so that their employees can access to fertility coverage right and I want to talk about the transition you were an employee and then suddenly your own what is it kind of like being your own boss and then managing other people well it.

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"idf" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"idf" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The army stepped in and repair the message to the audience and we make sure that they also know about those of socialist the thing about the math than about their meeting that is needed by the the advice of professionals and how to get by and how to get food so maybe that has been confirmed maybe that's been part of the reason why the current have been rather flattened his role in the hope that it gets better in the US investor all over the world as well I hope you can share this and I'm sure you are because of because of the great alliance between the US and Israel I hope you can share some of this information with maybe some of the officials in New York when I saw your note these numbers I was blown away and you know who this country is now talking about quote re opening we never really closed because if we had closed down the manufacturing centers that made all of the medical equipment and mascum rep respirators and shields and and medicines and supplies at the farmers farming Packers packing truckers trucking and those guys that I saw every weekend when I go shopping here in the epicenter of this thing we wouldn't have any food or any medical safety equipment I hope you'll share that with the people of New York as they begin their efforts to get the city up and running which needs to get done but my many many thanks to you I am of such a deep regard and respect for the state of Israel and our friends in the IDF we know your great loyal partners and the voice of moral clarity in a nutty world we thank you for what you do every day thank you very much and I can say that the already are our senior commanders are speaking with their counterparts in the US armed forces first of all convey mark and being our sympathy and support exchanging their concerns and telling them what we've been doing and listening to advice on what they've been doing with the two way street and yes there is a strong bond between us between the armed forces of the state of Israel and the US armed forces we are grateful for the support and the we're very confident that.

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"idf" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"idf" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Not even talking about wine anymore they're just going right for the hard we might as hard that's hard to get it's not I picked up a gallon of vodka for my husband last night is gone already I haven't been home yet so I can get there is one group that does seem to be optimistic though that's the professional sports leagues a lot of them are talking about returning to normal in the next couple months here it's crazy baseball's like what is going on with no one in the IDF Major League Baseball is talking about starting back up next month raise the bar just okay with no fans no I know fans that's the stipulation that they're putting out there in fact they're saying spectators might not be allowed back into the stadiums like anytime soon I like baseball's making money before oh my god guess who's okay with this though the spectators I'm not you're going to save so much money you're gonna save thousands of dollars Jose yeah just in the NFL season alone they don't let you and I go to so many games according to a new survey seventy two percent of people said that they wouldn't want to go unless there's a vaccine out in both percent say they'd consider going to a game of social distancing could be maintained there yeah how all right we see yourself by yourself yeah I mean it's like eight empty seats between people select a normal night at one of Jose's comedy show got it just think of all the poor players though in those empty stadiums they're gonna be able to hear the taunting from those seven fans so much you know for twenty four hours ounces often echoes through the whole stadium I feel like they're in junior high playing all over again you can hear talk back I know the one four that's not going away anytime soon is the shot caller question of the day.

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"idf" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"idf" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Nick Paton Walsh is in Baghdad the trump administration with the real problem here frankly they have consistently polled doubts and pulled school and often on their intelligence community the van our relying upon as the basis for the most substantial military and frankly foreign policy move yet after all trump's first term in Australia milder temperatures are bringing hope of respite from wildfires in a black in millions of acres and taken at least twenty four lives but today's strong winds fanned fires and forced more evacuations and correspondent on the Korean says people are furious they saying where is the military the prime minister yesterday announced at three thousand IDF members were going to be deployed they signed way I'll day there's a naval base just around the corner and I haven't seen one member of the military here so these residents crying out they need help and they need it now in Mississippi law enforcement is searching for two prisoners believed to have escaped from the state penitentiary at Parchman early this morning in California the I'm a dork county sheriff's office says a twenty year old man arrested on suspicion of killing his father following a manhunt near Lake Tahoe has confessed and told detectives where to find his father's body Sean Purdy's confession was accurate they say detectives identified the corpse of fifty two year old lance Purdy I'm Evan Hanneke are you paying too much for term life insurance there's a tremendous price war among the major term life companies rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years for example a man age forty five non tobacco user.

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Yeshiva Student Found Stabbed to Death in West Bank

Hugh Hewitt

05:41 min | 3 years ago

Yeshiva Student Found Stabbed to Death in West Bank

"Join from Israel by Dr Michael Oren former master of Israel the United States former deputy minister for diplomacy good morning doctor and how are you I'm great you thanks I am sorry to have to say a lot of Americans do not know the new Disraeli student was stabbed to death on the west bank in a terror attack this week because we're so focused on our own violence that this one has rocked Israel I believe the prime minister has said on yesterday that Israeli sovereignty will be guaranteed in all parts of the west bank am I right about that and that could to do he did say that yes said nineteen year old the select was brutally murdered outside his school yes like a five minute drive from Jerusalem that tough on the west bank is in Samaria and and tempers are running very high in this very understandably understand in it and it's one of those a long string of murders and then in a long held philosophy through will ideology design this movement is that the best response to Palestinian murders of Jews is by reasserting the Israeli and Jewish presence in the land of Israel and building better actually conquering death with wife so with that in mind and given the trauma the United States has been through and that the situation in Israel is this impacting the election season in Israel which I think is a month away from voting now maybe a five weeks or six weeks away from voting what's the impact of that event on those elections definitely it will tend to shift the Israeli electric light work that happens all ways although in this case it this is terrible tragedies occurring many weeks before the elections and it's too difficult to do early to tell what they'll have an impact in mid September quite a way away yeah now in terms of how it's shaping up I've seen a lot of consolidation of parties a lot of different and I'm I'm looking to you to be my election analysts that we were six weeks out from November of next year all I would be doing twenty four seven election is Israeli media doing election twenty four seven it is it is but there's a tremendous amount of electoral safely he in Israel you because this is the only time in our history had back to back elections and is a strong Israel that there will not be a higher order turnout traditionally had one of the highest will turn out of any democracy in the world sometimes twice as high as the American electoral turnout but this time is a deep fear that this fatigue will will somehow discourage people from going out to vote and that the main beneficiaries of that he will be on one hand the ultra orthodox parties on the other the Arab parties both those two buildings hello folks on block they both act as I'm not in the way that the computers welcome to both and so they stand to gain the most from voter fatigue now even with the Iranian threat looming and that I know you can't comment on this but there are reports that the Israeli up thirty five struck in Iraq on on Iranian missiles being moved through Iraq to Hezbollah even with the Iranian threat growing people have fatigue I mean I just can't imagine in in existentialism and stand at home from the polls well be right threat remains largely abstract as opposed to say a nineteen year old student getting stabbed to death in Judea and Samaria but the media threat is Hamas and it's interesting that the main opposition party the rector of blue and white party under many guns which is more of a centrist party then it's a now was the court party come out and play but the next round the clock Israel if blue and white were in government they would immediately go into Gaza destroyed on that and rebuild a different type of god so that party was trying to write the record on issues relating to Gaza Hamas and back out thirty billion dollars from Iraq I believe the glowing white is to the right of Netanyahu's government well they believe he be right on a specific issue like Gaza because now has the problem that Jack consecutively over the years how much has fired thousands of rock in fact matter is that Israel under Nixon now has not gone into dot has not Dr I talked to you once in a tank on the border of Gaza I don't remember that I interviewed you you're in a tank do you think Israel ought to go back into Gaza I think it was going about it only very specific terms one of the circumstances one full agreement when you're not through the United States agreement with the Sunni Arab world the Gulf countries I was going to be the day after because Israel goes into Gaza we're going to need ammunition we're gonna keep with I cold diplomatic and legal on your bill registration to cast vetoes the security court of justice but the most important thing America coordinate with regional Arab powers about what's going to happen the day after the Israel of course and Hamas out of Gaza along with that operation J. 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"idf" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"idf" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Gold you're the high mucky muck of the Jerusalem center for public affairs lot of people turn free to you for insight policy so for them so we talked about he bro when we were there we were told there eighty five Jewish families in every time they sneeze the you and gets or when the Obama administration was there they could build in and even an extension to an apartment house there and yet the forefathers of Junius are very an amazing thing and to go there it's an amazing thing we'll be going a vehicle that was rock proof everywhere you go there's IDF soldiers in order to protect this little area it's remarkable and then there's Bethlehem the birthplace of Jesus who who runs that city now Bethlehem like have grown is under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian authority and their direct implications of that fact for example Bethlehem used to always have a Christian majority naturally Christians from all over the world were tracked into place where Jesus was born during a period of Yasser Arafat Palestinian authority made sure to fill Bethlehem with Muslim families largely from have room and change the demographic balance in that city I am a Christians of run away they move to countries in South America but they have been displeased with these demographic shifts shifts in Hamburg remember under the Oslo agreements that Israel signs during the period of president Bill Clinton the Palestinian authority of Yasser Arafat had control over this town and still does today the Temple Mount very controversial what goes on in the temple now what goes on on the Temple Mount well first of all we're doing because we have to deal with the Palestinians and they have their special relationship.

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News in Brief 19 December 2018

UN News

03:12 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 19 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, although food assistance in Palestine is needed more than ever funding cuts are forcing the World Food Program or WFP to limit the amount of aid it provides too vulnerable people. The WFP is warning that the cuts will have a devastating effect on the food security livelihoods and welfare of the people. It serves in Palestine the worst affected area is Gaza. When ille- seventy percent of the population is food insecure in an exclusive interview recorded injuries lem with remote buzzer from you a news Stephan county, WFP Representative and country director in Palestine explained what the funding shortfall will mean. For palestinians. Next year. Women's twenty thirty some million shots. It means a hundred and fifty thousand people don't get in guns. The westbound food and security is not because food writing curse the having the money to buy access. Other criteria is set on deep of deal. And we'll buy the depot level in this country at three dollars seventy the majority of our beneficiaries of well-known, if they're looking to find a job, the maybe ending a bout a dollar a day tunnels from Lebanon to Israel constitute violations of Security Council resolution seventeen one which calls for the so called blue line border between Lebanon and Israel to be fully respected. A senior UN official told the Security Council on Wednesday Johm Kayla. The UN undersecretary-general for peacekeeping operations said that officials from the UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon or UNIFIL have conducted a series of technical visits to locations where suspected tunnels going from Lebanon into Israel with found by the IDF Israeli defense forces near the blue line. Mr. Lacoste said that UNIFIL is working with both parties to ensure that any tunnels in violation. Resolution seventeen I one on disabled decisively and safely and welcoming the adoption by the general assembly of the global compact for migration U N chief Antonio Gutierrez said in a statement released on Wednesday that leadership will be crucial in bringing the agreement to life. The comebacks is a platform for international cooperation mister Gutierrez explained which Kohl's for greatest solidarity with migrants in situations of polling vulnerability and abuse. It also highlights the importance of finding more legal pathways to migration which would help to crack down on trafficking and exploitation. The secretary general said that it was essential to avoid the myths and disparaging discourse that have become all too frequent and that a newly established United Nations migration network stands ready to support Member States and all other partners to make migration work for all. Conan UN news.

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One killed, hundreds wounded in clashes with IDF, Gaza health ministry says

02:08 min | 4 years ago

One killed, hundreds wounded in clashes with IDF, Gaza health ministry says

"Use of chemical weapons and we have a violation of international law on her way into the emergency meeting that was called by russia nikki haley said the us and lies the attack and has proof it was a chemical attack despite russia's in serious denials the united nations says a global chemical weapons watchdog team has dispatched two investigative units ones on the ground in syria and the second is expected to arrive by saturday as palestinian protests continue in gaza the israeli military is acknowledging that most of the palestinians killed by why is rarely fire in the last two weeks were unarmed but said they were threatening the border here's npr's daniel estrin in a press briefing israeli military officials said troops have killed thirty three palestinians and only eight or carrying out attacks with weapons or explosives officials said most killed were unarmed but trying to cross through or damage the border fence hundreds of palestinians have been wounded by live fire palestinians and rights groups accused israel of excessive force while israel says it's protecting its border from incursions palestinian protests continue today daniel estrin npr news the gaza border teachers are again rowling kentucky's state capital and classes across the state or cancelled kentucky public radio's ryan barton says teachers are protesting changes to pension benefits and calling for more money for education republican governor matt bevins' signed a bill cutting pension benefits for teachers and other state workers this week bevan also vetoed a two year state budget that provided more education funding than his proposed budget did and teachers are pushing lawmakers to override his veto if lawmakers don't override the budget by saturday bevan would have to call a special session to pass a new one that's kentucky public radio's ryan barton now teachers are waging a similar fight for money in oklahoma however after nearly two weeks of rallies at their states capitol union leaders say the teacher walkout is over in oklahoma city emily laura reports the decision to call it day oklahoma education association president alicia priest says despite thousands of people calling for more school funding lawmakers refused to meet their demands she says.

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