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"intifada" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

08:07 min | 4 months ago

"intifada" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Listen I keep the car. Put it in the same place. And hit US my my gut. So I just hand them my have gone and say you just use this in case you need something to defend yourself. You need a gun you don't like car for explosives and they can like the idea and now I kept him on the leash because if they go with the car, they might find someone else to. Help them or to just decide suddenly to just blow it up and it's all just about it in the news by the have their exclusive, they have to come back to them, and this is how we got in trouble at a phone call from a Hitler and say you know we have we have a situation and you need to go under the ground. Like. Right away. I was like what's going on? He said they mentioned your name and he said we prevent them from visiting an attorney or any family member or anybody. So the people don't know that your name has been mention this what usually prisoners do if they mentioned some member of the movement name during interrogation, they were the lawyer that we mentioned. The name of this activist. So the lawyer would go to their family and say, Hey, your son's name has been mentioned it just a matter of time before they are arrested so that they don't want mass or the outside world to know that my name was mentioned for saying they deported one of them, which was a Jordanian national back to Jordan, in media. This time of terrorists potential suicide bomber with explosives on them would spend up district fifteen years in Israeli prison. So now they send one of them immediately, but the Jordan deported not trial nothing. So his sprints will like immediately how come his just three two days later you know back with his family and and the kid was just celebrating with his family and the not knowing the trump that is head. So everybody in his own group so that he was a trade. So that was the first. But that's not enough that we framed someone else the second one. Basically, we totally frame an innocent, but the second step was to make me into a want that. So I could not go to present at the time because I was part of so many operations and the relationships that we worked so hard to establish them with other terrorists with other groups with other dangerous people to put me in prison. This means that we will lose all the leads that we have established over two years or so. So I had to be still in the field the. Said, the best way is to make you the person, but we they wanted that to be as real as it can get. So again as I told, you only had for people in the Israeli intelligence knew about my existence. So the army special forces in something similar to the Navy seals in nets didn't know about my existence. So now those people have to add like they're going after an enemy so. Diligence, give their own army special forces the most wanted man's whereabouts. In that kiss me we want him alive or dead. Should him don't has? You know he's a very dangerous man is affiliated with suicide bombers and that's like the truth that they wanted the army to know. So when the army came in, they come with first of all undercover agents, fifty of them or more all dressed like civilian Palestinians incivility in the cars. Palestinian. Plates surrounded the area before they got the okay to attack the house where I was supposed to be my family's house I, got thirty seconds to get out of the house and make it look like unscathed. So I got out the house. The special forces on the ground, the green light from the intelligence that I am inside the house still. So special this come about five minutes out of that circle. There were like punch. Of Macabre tax you know the Merkava tank is like I think. Forty or fifty tons of steel, and when this thing turns on the engine is much higher than aeroplanes engine and when you have ten of them storming into the city, it's like an earthquake happening. So those what about like five minutes away and they start driving towards the sickest center to my family's house. So it's like all this orchestration it become like a war zone. Right now. Yeah. So my family right now is up in the fire, my family inside the house, and of course, my handlers said, don't worry will do everything within our ability that you know your family wouldn't be hurt by we want this to be real likely wants you to look like a real wanted otherwise Hamas. Wakil you became into the house in the speakers they. Called for my name and of course, I'm not house but the special forces have a reliable and diligence that I'm inside the house. They don't know that they're also manipulated by their own intelligence. So when I don't certain the they evacuate my family I then they get the green light from my handlers to shoot the house you know they'll launch a missile into the House and they spray bullets all over the world like in my room ahead about like Hundred fifty bullets just end the war and the militia groups right now they start gathering and surrounding special forces creating like another ring of fire and shooting the forces and the forces should him back this brought the choppers. It became a war zone. Everybody in the city knew. That that Matt did men. And my father the Hamas leadership. Even the suicide bombers that I was helping everybody knew that I was in a deep trouble and Israel is not tolerating and that gave me actually a very good cover in the city but I had to act like a wanted met. I could not just become a wanted man and just leave on life. So I had to actually become on So Hamas was actually my father was afraid for my life and through his. Connections with the movement he arranged with mass people to give me some of their safe houses and hang out with other wanted people that we were looking for for a long time. So I ended up hanging out a or the safe houses and knowing the locations of the most wanted people as we wanted, and this is how we cracked down the entire Hamas admitted that a wing in the West. Bank responsible for ninety percent of the suicide bombing. That's the second but Intifada. So that was the place. Wow Wow. That's a dangerous play though, right like you're almost getting a missile shot at you are at least almost hit you did get shot at you. There's bullets all over the place, but then you get this street credit is like a bad ass terrorist and then they're schlepping you around to all of the safehouses to. hobnob with all the most wanted I mean it's absolutely wild I. Wonder If. You're already disillusioned with Hamas. But there's this one instance in the book or one incident in the book were it really looks like things went south. Hamas. Blew up a bunch of their own people at a rally and then blamed Israel. It was just they were showing off with like a rocket launcher or something like that. What happened there I mean this whole thing is just such a cluster. Mass other theaters, the movements Palestinian movements Palestinian senior leadership. Throughout this conflict, they never take responsibility for annual directions. They want Israel to be responsible for all the problem in the mid eighties, and this is to have a common external enemy that you export..

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Democrats seek to slow Sanders’s momentum in South Carolina debate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:42 min | 11 months ago

Democrats seek to slow Sanders’s momentum in South Carolina debate

"And tonight is the final debate before Saturday's democratic primary in South Carolina and also before super Tuesday seven candidates will be on the stage and tonight's matchup comes days after Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus but he's had some controversy since the any leads in total delegates as well joining us live to chat about it is Alison Keyes from CBS we appreciate the time so let's start with Bernie Sanders he had the sixty minutes interview we talked about Cuba talked about help actually some good things that come out of Cuba over the years who's going to come after him for this tonight well I think pretty much everyone and if you've been watching our twenty four hour cable at all today or out talking to voters I have been there on some real concerns about I just spoke to a gentleman who says almost nothing could turn away his support for Bernie Sanders but he also thinks is best choice and we have a level actually keep his mouth shut about Castro in Cuba because the plan of care people the whole point the problem that many on the but many of the quote unquote mainstream Democrats had with him in the first place is that they fear that he is too radical same Laurie they have about Elizabeth Warren Buffett Warren is not out there talking about Castro I spoke to several voters today who did have some concerns about that but they still think that he is probably going to come that back with the nomination and I think that he probably has a chance to beat president trump interestingly this is South Carolina which is state full of African American voters in fact they're expecting about sixty percent of the voters that come out for the primary on Saturday to be black people but work here has dropped from a double digit lead and last fall I thought he was running just about five points ahead of Sanders which is probably shocking their campaign but he's got to be counting on this result coming into this when Alison how can he stand out tonight do you think I think you have to convince people that he can do this that he's not too old that he's not going to make a lot of mistakes people are concerned about it H. they're concerned about his health and they are especially concerned about his electability because he lost in Iowa and intifada and based out of New Hampshire was kind of close but still voters are worried that he's not going to be able to carry that and their main concern every single person I have spoken to have said their main concern is to get somebody in there on the democratic side that has some sort of chance of beating president trump and although people here like fighting and they appreciate his association with Obama at some of them are not so sure that he can do it particularly younger voters it is Michael Bloomberg taking any out of that steam from Joe Biden in South Carolina obviously he's going through the non disclosure agreement a rough patch here where he really got drilled on that last week that's something for him to overcome but might that be a reason that Joe Biden is trending a little bit slowing down a little bit with that double digit lead like you were talking about world orders of color I've spoken to here are pretty angry at Bloomberg over his comments over stop and frisk and over the nondisclosure agreement obviously an open the redlining as well but one gentleman I spoke to a few minutes ago that he thought that it would be very interesting Loberg wore off the ticket here which is not because he said yes he had concerns about the stop and frisk but he also knows that Bloomberg has up his campaign P. and it can't handle palletized for that and he knows that he has done great things for gun control and gun reform so he doesn't think that he is a bad idea and he's considering whether Bloomberg might be a better choice than Joe Biden will determine what's going to support and so he's off the last couple

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Roger Stone's lawyers request new trial

The Joe Piscopo Morning

05:55 min | 11 months ago

Roger Stone's lawyers request new trial

"At this point and I think don Stenberg can certainly answer question better than me but I can't see her vacating the conviction because she seems to have a personal animus towards Roger I could see an appellate court maybe vacation the conviction and giving giving Roger a new trial yet so they go back to court do they have to go back to this judge you can they take it up to the about what what so my understanding of the next step is judge Jackson will rule on whether or not they'll be a new trial yeah then assuming she says no then Rogers attorneys can go to the appellate the appellate court and the appellate division can make a day when you're the fact you think that the president will wait that long we'll be just pardon Rajasthan I think he will wait actually I I didn't think I said so yesterday that I didn't think al was right when he predicted apartment has a sometimes you have space sports scores now we do we value to it you too where it got there we value to it no I was putting together a story from my bottom of the hour news cast that you might want to listen to the there may not on fake news I can make it I mean I don't want to make it up how's that I'd like to have the facts goads okay so the president didn't pardon my was wrong I took a guess the room number of people yesterday there was saying the president would pardon Roger store right after but if he's not in a way out yeah laid out and let's be fair and that's what we would like to make reelected that's what presidents should do yeah you know what's killing me why why are they trying in in in in DC what has that they should take these federal trials and put them in well you know don was at thirty Jan don Stenberg coming up at thirty general Nebraska put in Nebraska and Iowa put it anywhere but in DC New York or California worried it's very slow I mean if if get New Yorker California's where the supposed crimes were committed that's where the trial it should be but it's too yeah you know Jim should be held but these were these were incredibly unique circumstances here yeah yeah and and and the crime the cortical crime it's not like it was you know it's at don right there in DC was just more like international stages I mean it's it's a joke the she the judge I don't know why I bother writing a letter and I I I I really do a letter for me memory is a little funny you have the letter you want to write is not what they they it was it was not what his lawyers wanted to include right you want to comment mostly on the investigation and I included that my letter and they had me edit that out yeah really so I I I and we supposed to say so good it was of the good way right right right which I did but they had me cut out all the stuff about who am I said my letter is you know that to sentence Roger to prison time and they this is what they ended up coming out to the judge didn't see this but what was sensing Roger prison time it's send such a poor message to every prosecutor in the country because all it says is well if you're gonna send someone to prison for these process crimes all it says it to the prosecutor is find anyone that you want to put in prison and investigate them long enough and eventually they'll do something illegal right and I talked about the supposed victim in this case Randy Quetico and his obsession with Roger stone as long as I've known Randy which is at least ten years and I said this also sends a poor message to every mentally ill and her an alcoholic or drug addict out there who's obsessed with a high profile person because all it says is eventually you can get a prosecutor to take your bizarre claims seriously and they didn't want me to put that in there because ready also wrote a letter asking for prison time but I don't know why I bother because the judge basically said when she went through all the nice things that I and others said about Roger she said she wasn't taking that any of that into account so why not tell us that before we spent on ready every man what's going on I'm telling you seven fifteen with Joe Piscopo on the radio talking about that Roger stone case we will be full of following that I wanted to make sure I I mention this because to have Donald Trump the president of the United States speak at the at this a graduation ceremony for a program that helps former inmates reenter society and what was that called the name of it was called the it was a re entry what was in his London so they don't give them credit with the president praised bipartisan congressional passage of the criminal justice reform bill twenty eighteen he argued that the productive Lobo abiding former inmates will not be left behind and he had that such a crowd if you listen to that I I listen to them on the way and he was it was great it was fun he said you can't trust juries anyway not Benny went on it as a whole I read about Roger stone and it was great in my mind though at my age what I was thinking what I want to talk to the president about he's going to speak when speak last night was it was it not a Vegas he would not with eve I think Vegas is today it's Vegas today I was in the intifada the Colorado springs Colorado that was March I'm saying we got I don't think it point out that although I looked at Las Vegas is in Nevada but the other day so I'm I'm I'm I'm listening to this on the radio something in the president's in Vegas anything did prisoners who have been out who have done their time and they want to get back into society and say wow this is a Republican man this is bipartisan man this is big news about you not hear about today I'm probably the only ones chatting about you know but they did take that box carried it live and I'm listening to it it was great that's what I'm thinking because I'm old but I'm thinking like he's cutting who speak it for like ten thousand people and more in Colorado springs and he was very funny yes I've watched some because well I think his review of Mike Bloomberg's debate performance was

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Israelis vote in repeat election centered on PM Netanyahu

Ben Shapiro

08:23 min | 1 year ago

Israelis vote in repeat election centered on PM Netanyahu

"Get but let's talk for a second that Israel's election self coming up in the next forty eight hours is Israel's second election within like six months or eight months. according to Reuters Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stepped up a bit for far right votes two days before a closely contested election convening his cabinet in the occupied west bank and having it approved legal status for an unauthorized outpost okay first of all there's nothing under international law that says that Israel is barred from building in the so called west bank intraday and Samaria those are at best a disputed territories Netanyahu's caretaker government met on Sunday in the Jordan Valley a largely agricultural area which announced on Tuesday he tends to annex if he wins a fifth term Israeli cabinet verily held sessions in the west bank now in reality so is that a bit of an election gambit of course it is but is it illegal now I not only is it not illegal his opponents in the same exact rates are celebrating the fact that Netanyahu is talking about doing something with regard to the Jordan Valley the Jordan Valley easy strategically important area for Israel and always has been and this bizarre notion that Netanyahu is annexing the territory as opposed to applying Israeli sovereignty annexation and applying Israeli sovereignty are not the same thing. is gonna Mitchell bard who writes about the sort of stuff just Netanyahu statement was widely misreported as calling for annexation of the territory but he chose words carefully. he said applying sovereignty which Ariel David ten of the federalist nodes has a different meaning a nation cannot annex land over which already has sovereign claims meaning that it's not that this land is owned by the Palestinians and never was owned by the Palestinians this land is owned by the Jordanians was lost in a war and then Israel to get over. as with other issues related to the status of the disputed territories is as much a part the wisdom of such a move may be debated however it is important to know some of the facts about the Jordan Valley that there were settlements in the Jordan Valley dating all the way back to nineteen sixty seven then any prospective peace deal those areas would end up in Jewish territory it's talk a being who is the sponsor of the Oslo Accords also wanted those areas to be under Israeli control because the Jordan Valley has to be under Israeli control or the Jordan River could be cut off from Israel's population. it is also true as I say that the blue and white party Netanyahu's chief opponent in this election actually support him. according to the according to an interview in The New York Times the blue and white party supports his basic idea here early in the Jerusalem post they say the blue white party said was pleased to see he was adopting and would like to plan for recognizing the Jordan Valley so the international media trying to turn the Israeli election into a referendum on Netanyahu Netanyahu is the obstacle to peace of only we got rid of Netanyahu everything would be all better and they've had it out for Netanyahu since Brock about the headed out for Netanyahu and Barak Obama headed out for anything because you want to see a widely reshape Middle East in which Israel's influence was diminished in which runs influence was maximized. no one was not he was not lying about this is pretty obvious he kept talking about Ron being a well respected regional power and how he saw the Israel Palestinian issue as one of the key wheels to turn in order to achieve some sort of balance of power in the Middle East now as we've seen that alternate out the dental turned out to be a bunch of nonsense the fact is that Israel and Palestinians have nothing to do with the broader Middle East Israel has made no concessions to the Palestinian authority over the last several years nor should day and yet war has not really broken out there specifically because the Saudis are not interested in backing the Palestinians neither are the Jordanians neither are the Egyptians the only people who are interested in pushing Palestinian terrorist aspirations are exactly the sorts of groups the back terrace in the first place for talking of the Turkish government we talk about the Iranian government. in any case. writer suggest at this new meeting the government announced it had approved Netanyahu's proposal to turn the outpost above all get a call into a formal settlements twenty years after he was stabilised as a farming community in the Jordan Valley without state sanction. then require state sanctioned by the way in public remarks of the session Netanyahu said it would be up to the government formed after Tuesday's election to grant final approval. now according to the according to Reuters this is all about how brutal Netanyahu is appealing to far right voters in the cruise on supporters to turn out in large numbers meeting Yahoo has been portraying himself as being in lockstep with ultra nationalist of retaining west bank land through annexation. well no that was always we could plan from the good platform was that Israel would retain an enormous amount of the Jewish settlement activity in any peace deal but what it is also the perspective a blue and white. it's amazing to watch as the media got an attempt to turn it in Yahoo into the villain here as opposed to the reality the peace deal died a long time ago it died because the Palestinians refused no less than four or five times any effort at peace. refuse the original Oslo Accords and they refused a deal tried to cut by Bill Clinton in two thousand between Ehud Barak and Yasser Arafat Arafat walked away from the table and started intifada there's an attempt at peace deal by Arial Sharon that was bought out by the Palestinians who own their tried one that was blocked out by the Palestinians. Netanyahu himself in his first go round in the nineties signed over eighty percent of your day and Samaria. in the in the wye river accords but always the problem for the media is that Israel is two intransigent not that its opponents are terrorists. which is the real problem here. opinion polls right now so that we could and its main challenger the centrist blue and white party are running neck and neck. there is no real division on on these issues now blue and white may approach this more slowly and maybe this is an election gambit again the this bizarre idea that your going to be able to cut a different foreign policy of blue and white is not for now the election polls are showing this thing very very close the latest election polls the way that it works in Israel is there are a variety of parties they get elected to Knesset you have to have at least four seats to sit in the Knesset which is a hundred twenty seats I need to form a majority by putting together a coalition now last time Netanyahu did have enough for a majority the problem was a big door Lieberman who leads one of the parties the S. Robitaille party. refused to join the coalition without burning some concessions from it you know how to knit in Yahoo simply call the new election it looks like the results are gonna be pretty similar right now blue and white are neck and neck with we could but the other parties that would side with Netanyahu in the elections are winning more seats so you mean which is the the sort of right wing alternative to Likud is supposed to win anywhere between seven and ten seats in the in the various polls labor has turned into a non party which is unbelievable I labor used to be the the other major party in Israel all the way up until about nineteen eighty with the election not Megan labor had every prime minister of Israel and now they are winning forty six seats in the selection which is truly incredible. so we will see how this ends up. if you had to lay odds right now you would suggest an attorney who probably retains the prime ministership and that again is not because the people of Israel have fallen for Tierney or anything like that that's because everyone in Israel agrees on security and they know at this point that regardless of whether they nominate Netanyahu to lead the government or whether they nominate any guns to lead the government that security is only going to be assured by taking a strong stance against terrorism and by refusing to make deals with the Palestinian authority nonetheless there is this bizarre notion in the media that whenever there's an impasse in the Middle East the only liberal democracy in the area is involved in a long piece in The Washington Post today by Robert Kagan it's a truly egregious these. Israel and the decline of the liberal order. did it really it's it's quite disgusting piece. and the idea is that BB Netanyahu siding with the nationalists as opposed to liberal internationalist and it really it would be in Israel's best interest if they would just side with a liberal internationalist like France and Germany there's only one problem those are precisely the states that had some of the worst anti semitism problems in Europe Jews are fleeing their on mass those are also the governments that are. trying to make concessions to the Iranians as the Iranians open the call for the extermination of every Jew in the region is unbelievable but this have media going to cover this thing anything yeah who's the bad guy by the way as I say there a lot of people I know on the right who don't want to Yahoo to be prime minister anymore they want any guns suggested that the media will recognize that this is not anything Yahoo problem this is the rest of the world just like in Israel and that's the

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 Israelis vote in repeat election centered on PM Netanyahu

The Savage Nation

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Israelis vote in repeat election centered on PM Netanyahu

"To get but let's talk for a second Israel's election self coming up in next forty eight hours is Israel's second election within like six months or eight months according to Reuters Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stepped up a bit for far right votes two days before a closely contested election convening his cabinet in the occupied west bank and having it approved legal status for an unauthorized outpost okay first of all there's nothing under international law that says that Israel is barred from building in the so called west bank injured and Samaria those are at best a disputed territories into his caretaker government met on Sunday in the Jordan Valley a largely agricultural area which announced on Tuesday he tends to annex if he wins a fifth term Israeli cabinet and barely held sessions in the west bank now in reality so is that election gambit of course it is but is it illegal now I not only is it not illegal his opponents in the same exact race are celebrating the fact that Netanyahu is talking about doing something with regard to the Jordan Valley the Jordan Valley strategically important area for Israel and always has been and this bizarre notion that Netanyahu is annexing the territory as opposed to applying Israeli sovereignty annexation and applying Israeli sovereignty are not the same thing. is gonna Mitchell bard right about the sort of stuff just need to know the statement was widely misreported as calling for annexation of the territory but he chose words carefully. he said applying sovereignty which Ariel Davidson of the federalist nodes has a different meaning a nation cannot an excellent over which already has sovereign claims meeting that is not that this land is owned by the Palestinians and never was owned by the Palestinians this land is owned by the Jordanians was lost in a war and then Israel to get over. as with other issues related to the status of the disputed territories is as much a part the wisdom of such a move may be debated however it is important to know some of the facts about the Jordan Valley that there were settlements in the Jordan Valley dating all the way back to nineteen sixty seven then any prospective peace deal those areas would end up in Jewish territory you talk about being who is the sponsor of the Oslo Accords also wanted those areas to be under Israeli control because the Jordan Valley has to be under Israeli control or the Jordan River could be cut off from Israel's population. it is also true they say that the blue and white party missing out his chief opponents in this election actually support him. according to the according to an interview in The New York Times the blue and white party supports his basic idea here early in the Jerusalem post they say the blue white party said was pleased to see he was adopting and would like to plan for recognizing the Jordan Valley so the international media trying to turn the Israeli election into a referendum on Netanyahu Netanyahu is the obstacle to peace of only got rid of Netanyahu everything would be all better and they headed out for Netanyahu's and broke a bone headed out for Netanyahu and Barak Obama headed out from Seattle because you want to see a widely reshipment least in which Israel's influence was diminished Mysterons influence was maximized. no one was not he's not lying about this is pretty obvious he kept talking about Ron being a well respected regional power and how he saw the Israel Palestinian issue as one of the key wheels to turn in order to achieve some sort of balance of power in the Middle East now as we've seen that alternate out then that all turned out to be a bunch of nonsense the fact is that Israel and Palestinians have nothing to do with the broader Middle East Israel has made no concessions to the Palestinian authority over the last several years now should day and yet war has not really broken out there specifically because the Saudis are not interested in backing the Palestinians neither are the Jordanians neither are the Egyptians the only people who are interested in pushing a Palestinian terrorist aspirations are exactly the sorts of groups the back terrace in first place for talking of the Turkish government we talk about the Iranian government. in any case writer suggest at this new meeting the government announced it had approved missing out his proposal to turn the outpost above all get a call into a formal settlement twenty years after he was stabilised as a farming community in the Jordan Valley without state sanction. it requires a tension meddling in public remarks of the session Netanyahu said it would be up to the government formed after Tuesday's election to grant final approval. now according to the according to Reuters this is all about how brutal Netanyahu is appealing to far right voters in the cruise supporters deterrent large numbers Netanyahu has been portraying himself as being in lockstep with ultra nationalists of retaining west bank land through annexation. well no that was always we could plan from the could platform was that Israel would retain an enormous amount of the Jewish settlement activity in any peace deal well it is also the perspective a blue and white. it's amazing to watch as the media get an attempt to turn it in Yahoo into the villain here as opposed to the reality the peace deal died a long time ago it died because the Palestinians refused no less than four or five times any effort at peace their views the original Oslo Accords any refused a deal tried to cut by Bill Clinton in two thousand between Ehud Barak and Yasser Arafat Arafat walked away from the table and started intifada there's a ten two piece of our Sharon that was bought out by the Palestinians and would only tried one that was blocked out by Palestinians. Yahoo himself in his first go round in the nineties signed over eighty percent of your day and Samaria in the in the wye river accords but always the problem for the media is that Israelis to intransigent not that its opponents are terrorists. which is the real problem here. opinion polls right now so that we could and its main challenger the centrist blue and white party are running neck and neck. there is no real division on on these issues now blue and white may approach this more slowly and maybe this is an election gambit again the this bizarre idea that your going to be able to cut a different foreign policy of blue and white is not for now the election polls are showing this thing very very close the latest election because the way that works in Israel is there are a variety of parties they get elected to Knesset you have to have at least four seats to sit in the Knesset which is a hundred twenty seats I need to form a majority by putting together a coalition now last time Netanyahu did have enough for a majority the problem was a big door Lieberman who leads one of the parties the Israeli Tina party. refused to join the coalition without earning some concessions from it you know who sent it to ya who simply called an election it looks like the results are gonna be pretty similar right now blue and white are neck and neck with we could but the other parties that would side with Netanyahu in the elections are winning more seats so you mean which is the the sort of right wing alternative to Likud is supposed to win anywhere between seven and ten seats in the in the various polls labor has turned into a non party which is unbelievable a labor used to be the the other major party in Israel all the way up until about nineteen eighty with the election Megan labor had every prime minister of Israel and now they are winning forty six seats in the selection which is truly incredible. so we'll see how this ends up. if you had to lay odds right now you would suggest an anti who probably retains the prime ministership and that again is not because of the people of Israel have fallen for Tierney or anything like that that's because everyone in Israel agrees on security and a no at this point that regardless of whether they nominate Matignon who to leave the government or whether they nominate any guns to lead the government that security is only going to be a shirt by taking a strong stand against terrorism and by refusing to make deals with the Palestinian authority nonetheless there is this bizarre notion in the media that whenever there's an impasse in the Middle East the only liberal democracy in the area is involved in a long piece in The Washington Post about Robert Kagan it's a truly egregious please. Israel and the decline of the liberal order into it really quite disgusting piece and the idea is that BB Netanyahu siding with the nationalists as opposed to liberal internationalists and it really it would be in Israel's best interest if they would just side with a liberal internationalist like France and Germany there's only one problem those are precisely the states that had some of the worst anti semitism problems in Europe Jews are fleeing their on mass there's also the governments that are. trying to make concessions to the Iranians as the Iranians open the call for the extermination of every Jew in the region is unbelievable but this tell me you're going to cover this thing anything yeah who's the bad guy by the way as I say there a lot of people I know on the right who don't want to Yahoo to be prime minister anymore they want any guns suggested that the media will recognize that this is not anything Yahoo problem this is the rest of the world just like in Israel and that's the

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Gilroy California, Nineteen Year And One Minute discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News

KCBS Radio Midday News

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Gilroy California, Nineteen Year And One Minute discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News

"Police in Gilroy California identified the shooter in yesterday's festival shooting as nineteen year old Sentinel Logan he was shot and killed by police but not before he killed three people and wounded a dozen others police chief Scott Smith he says the motive remains unclear I don't know what if any association or is it seems that this was a random act but again we've got a long way to go before we can come to a determination what is what is motivational twenty says Logan was armed with an HK forty seven the style assault rifle and cut his way through a fence to avoid security at the city's annual garlic festival we had thousands of people there in a very small area and you know could have done so much worse so so fast and so I'm really proud that they got there as quickly as they did in that they were successful in taking that threat all right out of the equation the investigation continues as does a search for possible cult complex CBS news update on Jim Shannon okay CBS news time eleven thirty two with more now on the story we're joined by KCBS reporter Jim Taylor tells us that officials are praising first responders for the fast response to just think about it forty say within one minute of the first shot fired by that suspect in Gilroy police officers were engaging him now they had hand guns pistols the shooter had an assault rifle rifle here's police chief Scott smithy I can't tell you how proud I am of the officers being able to engage this guy as quickly as they did because we had thousands of people there in a very small area and you know could have done so much worse so so fast and so I'm really proud that they got there as quickly as they did in that they were successful in taking that threat out of the equation users twenty agencies responded to their calls for assistance that enabled the injured to be removed quickly and efficiently the investigation continues in Gilroy live in the newscenter Jim Taylor KCBS thank you very much to him excuse me Jim pardon me now the Gilroy garlic festival shooter purchase of the assault rifle style weapon that he used during yesterday's shooting legally in Nevada earlier this month that happened on July ninth for a closer look now at about US gun laws were joined on the KCBS ring central news line by Alison Anderman managing attorney for the Giffords law center thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us how would you describe the gun laws in Nevada hi thank you for having me I think Nevada has a long way to go to be hiccup's long as strong if they could be added to so he addressing got violent not only in Nevada by it a break states like California however Nevada has taken a few steps recently that were really significant strength and it's got a lot of by passing the Albany streamers protection order law that allows law enforcement and family members to disarm a person in crisis and by subjecting all gun sales background check let's take a three step by step with what does one need to do to buy a gun in Nevada well it it depends whether you're buying from a private seller or any licensed gun dealer by because Nevada recently enacted a law closing the private sale loophole anyone seeking to buy a god the intifada would have to ultimately go through a life that dealer but I should note that that background check law doesn't take a fact until it January first twenty twenty okay and you said that that Nevada could do more you mentioned a couple of things that the state has done what what more would your organization want to see well first we would like to see regulation of dangerous military style weapons like the one that allegedly refused at the shooting and further more and I can't see that this was a legal transaction there are still the help that we don't know about the shooter that would determine whether this was a legal transaction but this individual with night teen years old and we know with that individual features eighteen to twenty are at a disproportionately high risk of committing got violent so one thing about it could do is follow in the footsteps of California and insure that dealers cannot trap or a firearm to anyone under the age of twenty one all right we thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us that is Allison Andaman managing attorney for the Giffords law center talking to us about about a gun laws we believe the Gilroy garlic festival shooter purchase to the assault with assault style assault rifle style weapon he used yesterday in Nevada

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"intifada" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"intifada" Discussed on 1A

"You know, Michael mentioned that there hasn't there's not been some tensions that have been overflowing in the area. There's they're worse talks between Israel and cereal for some time about what was going to happen in the Golan Heights. But they broke down when the series of a war began eight years ago. So there was no obvious turning point. That was coming decision point that was looming that led to this which is leading so many people to look at this and say, well what's coming. It's the Israeli elections. We have Netanyahu's a very close friend of President Trump, and of you know, first son-in-law, Jared Kushner who faces a starkly strongly contested race. He's running against a popular former army chief Benny Ganz, and it comes at a time where he also may be facing indictment charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust. And you know, as Michael mentioned, he the President Trump really did him a solid. What everyone forgets though, is that this is actually one of the tweets. From President Trump that really has no practical impact, you know. It's not there's no it's not like the US has made any kind of change in law. This is the president tweeting something that at this point doesn't have any actual stick behind it or juice behind it. Besides him announcing that the administration is backing this Michael would love you to respond to Richard who emailed you're missing the value of the Golan Heights until nine hundred sixty seven Syria kept firing down on Israel from the Golan Heights. And had a commanding view of the upper Galilee Israel is now able to avoid Syrian aggression from Golan Heights, Michael what do you make of that? I mean, Richard is right and historical sense. And we should point out to listeners who don't know the geography, I mean, it is a very short drive from the top of the Golan to Damascus. And it's a matter of forty or fifty miles. Courtney can correct me if I'm wrong on that. And it, but the last time I did a big piece from Israel with the start of the second intifada. I was told by pretty left wing Isreaeli that the real reason they like the go on is that it's been planted over with vineyards in the the really good. Israeli wine comes from the Golan region. That's why is never going to get it back. I mean what I what I think is important to remember is that since. There was the the victory in nineteen Seventy-three when Israel was caught on the back foot in the kipper war, and then by the end of the decade, Egypt and then Jordan made separate peace with Israel. And I don't think that Syria on its own has ever been in a position to retake the Golan Heights, which is why it kind of, you know, Israel next it, but it was kind of defacto as I said earlier, and I don't think that there's Richard should remember that there's no likelihood of Syria coming at anytime soon. I mean, Israel's interest at the moment in Syria is in monitoring Iran's involvement in the Syrian civil war. And we also often forget because you know, some America Centric that you know, the big player now in that civil war is not America. It's the Soviet Union and BB Netanyahu is on the phone with fled..

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"intifada" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Is the john batchelor show iraq iraq's news is always difficult to interpret because since the americans military and diplomatic core chiefly turned over a rock to the rough play of the iranians it's been a nontransparent country now the united states department of the treasury is telling us a little more about what's been going on in iraq all these years with new sanctions this is treasury on announcement from the treasury targeting iran central bank governor and a banker in baghdad that's what the the baghdad bankers the one we're going to concentrate on right now his name is a ross habib he is chairman and chief executive of album lod islam eq bank he is sanctioned for assisting sponsoring you're providing financial material or technological support for or financial or other services to or in support of the i r g c coulds force those are the baddest of the bad guys headed by qassam solar omani and active in killing americans killing iraqi's killing syrians racked of right now planted on the golan heights in damascus threatening israel so i welcome intifada kandahar and to fod is an american citizen he heads the future foundation of washington dc but once upon a time he was working in baghdad alongside or in proximity to a ross habib and he will he will he will brief us on why habib was long overdue for sanctioning and what is to be done a very good evening to you and divide you know a ross hobby very well what did he do for the iranians these many years.

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Israel supporters speak out against tactics with Palestinians

World View

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Israel supporters speak out against tactics with Palestinians

"It's the real news i'm ben norton as the israeli military continues to mow down unarmed protesters in the illegally occupied gaza strip on a weekly basis some of israel's most high profile supporters have begun to speak out against it's brutal oppression of the palestinians early this april one of hollywood's biggest actresses natalie portman ignited a firestorm when she announced that she would not be attending a major awards ceremony in israel in protest of its violence in gaza in response the genesis prize foundation which oversees what has been described as the jewish nobel prize canceled its price ceremony in israel natalie portman has been a longtime vocal supporter of israel she was born in jerusalem and has dual u s and israeli citizenship but now even some of the most prominent liberal zionists that is liberal supporters of the political movement and the israeli ethno state even they are publicly criticizing israel's extreme rightwing government since march thirtieth palestinians living in the illegal israeli besieged gaza strip have held weekly peaceful demonstrations as part of what they called the great march of return these really military has responded by massacring on armed protesters at least forty palestinians have been killed including journalists and young teenagers more than five thousand gazans have been injured israeli soldiers have shot thousands of unarmed palestinians with live ammunition joining us to discuss the growing divide between what liberals zionists say about israel and what's actually happening on the ground is alibaba nima alibaba is the director of the electric intifada he is also the author of several books about israel palestine thanks for joining us thank you ben so what do you think about this.

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"intifada" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"It like an intifada is that what we're looking at yes it is an intifada of sorts but it doesn't have broad based support the turnout being about a third of what they anticipated it is a demonstrate is a manifestation of the fact that it doesn't enjoy broadbased support faddish so malcolm you're you're saying that an invitation to go storm afford a fide border and potentially be killed is not a crowdpleasing proposition i think essentially the people in in in gaza get four hours of electricity they don't have enough food they don't have the wherewithal despite the fact that hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars are being poured into it that three hundred four hundred trucks a day go into data from the israel israel does never cut them off even during this period but they're their government takes the money that comes from outside sources and it's diverting it so when cement comes in it doesn't go to build housing it goes to bill tunnels it goes to bill basis and the metal that comes and goes to be to be used in and making rockets and other material and they have fired these rockets so they are looking to be able to be a veto at any peace process because they can stir up problems both by firing rockets into israel by other actions that penetrate into israel as well as causing problems along the border where they threatened to the crossover can we can we expect these demonstrations to continue till the us embassy malcolm is that what this is building towards the us embassy not just israel's celebration but the crump decision the the israel's independence state in it celebrated twice one because the hebrew calendar calendar and one on.

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"intifada" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Intifada and the pain of two martyrs families and even what was written on the walls of houses refugee camps that did not match mock tudor bosses rhetoric which has been as of a people it's out and financial times poison these are not necessarily pro israel publications in the the past has been a message of peace at least a message of peace with israel and now it's too directing nice israel and to actually call the destruction of israel i mean that's how you interpret something may your house be destroyed is the destruction of your state that is not different rhetoric from iran like say death israel or hamas which calls into the destruction of the state of israel it's the same kind of languages israel should be pushed into the sea and so it's presented hamas charming cubes blurring the lines between palestinian authority hamas who is who are you actually dealing with of course there are also a war right now am us with isis over who's rat whose more radical who should be to try me so it's like a kind of a dangerous game in this region of the world now of playing to their base if you will of who can be more radical and and so you're starting to see even from the leaders who have the most the softest tone publicly are starting to use the harshest language all right well we'll take let's say some more calls income a elopement me as one of the questionnaire for everybody to get up to speed here so this is what progress of how this case work this was our freedom of information act request i'm holding that my for our tv radio audience as you can hear it and then this other hand is the actual loss and we didn't get the response this was the loss then we started getting document request undocument document production because we went to federal court which it becomes this it says that this information and the funds were used to put in infrastructure and what logo to explain what this.

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"intifada" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara uh let us go to uh nathan in brooklyn nathan welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show hi hi how are you think you're taking the fokker abeykone condition shirts feel i'm i'm a i'm a burly preparing my lecture for today uh i just wanted to discuss the uh the uh what has transpired last few days and then one hand admired trump first politician in a long time and actually is keeping his campaign promises he promised and more so than to the jewish nation but he promised to the evangelists his base in the south and who are very much him favorably oh pros the uh the state of israel and he's keeping his promise and that's you know gets bequeathed owes for that a lot of credit because he you know puts his mouth and he puts his heart every he said he tries to do on the other hand is uh all the great rob place that i've spoken to i spoke to of the last day or two and this goes back so in time one life one person is not worth will the politics the arabs eaten cristobal every european country that i know of is dead set against us the arabs have declared three days of rage i was in israel last time yet intifada uh a year ago with some trump was elected and the arabs the arabs and took a more you know come us and the palestinians have heard that the trump wants to move the embassy a truck ploughed into four israeli soldiers and killed him and the driver said he did it because he heard that they were going to clear jerusalem capital of israel is this worth it is this worth it well should israel than backed out of jerusalem completely no if i had a i actually has floated the idea because have been saving it if because is the standard is nothing is worth one life then where where does that line whereas at line in the sand drawn that's a very good question on debts the quick that's a question that you should be debated both we have a i actually came up i thought about it all day today yesterday in a kills an idea.

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"intifada" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The evangelos is based in the south and who are very much him favorably oh pro with the uh the state of israel and he's keeping his promise and that's you know gets bequeathed owes for that a lot of credit because he you know puts his mouth and he puts his heart every he said he tries to do on the other hand is uh all the great rabbi stood i've spoken to ask them to men in the last day or two and this goes back also in time one life of one person not worth will the politics the arabs already percival every european country that i know of is dead set against this the arabs have declared three days of rage uh i was in israel last time yet intifada uh a year ago as soon as trump was elected and the arabs the arabs and took a more you know i'm us and the palestinians have heard that the trump wants to move the embassy a truck ploughed into four israeli soldiers and killed him and the driver said he did it because he heard that they were going to clear jerusalem the capital of israel is this worth it this worth it well should israel them back out of jerusalem completely no if i actually had sort of asia because they've been saving if because if the standard is nothing is worth one life then weird where does that line whereas at line in the sand drawn very good question i'll come debts the quick question that you should be debated but both uh i actually came up i thought about it all day today yesterday in a kills an idea you could do is symbolic move your move the capital you know move the embassy directly into jerusalem there's plenty small settlements right out of jerusalem you move the embassy from tel aviv which is worthless because the government isn't it is in jerusalem and everybody knows that you move it to like lake uh a good sure the small communities that are immediately adjacent to jusen so you have your symbolic israel should object to it or they should object to it and they should say no we wish the embassy to.

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"intifada" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The facts on the ground rousson has been the capital of the jewish people for three thousand years have benjamin netanyahu said and we'll bring you the wrath of the president's speech after the break do want to update you that over two hundred thousand people and a hundred thousand acres have been evacuated one hundred thousand acres destroyed his wildfires continued spread through california and the wins are picking up again it's going to be a long very long very hot day in southern california say your prayers for the people there the leader of the armed palestinian movement that runs gaza has called for an intifada be the third intifada here's the male honey uh they had and hamas said quote designers policy supported by the us cannot be confronted and last week night a new intifada some day i don't know it's not probably gonna happen in my lifetime someone's is going to sit down with a leader of of the palestinian people and say look what part of three thousand years ago do you not understand what it's like pera s it's like london it flight washington d c although audio washington nbc has got less than one tenth the time is the capital the united state the jerusalem does of the jewish people so what it's like moscow which has an invented city jerusalem wasn't invented city it was a city established by the jews when god sent them into the promised land and no one denies its except in a temple deniers i have been in the underground talaeh tunnel next to the temple next to the holy of holies i put my hands on the western wall people it's real so what about this decision are they protesting in ramallah it doesn't foreclose a separate palestinian state that ought to be the the the goal of everyone involved in this but what it does it say to the most radical elements of the palestinians you no longer get to veto american decisions no longer yet to decide this wyler they run in ramallah i think the uh the israeli security forces have decided that that's enough and now we got not just tear gas but it must be they must be using rubber bullets or something i it's quite quite the.

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"intifada" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Maria barghuti a palestinian activist and journalist we reached her in ramallah as ms moore good he said it's unclear whether the protests are over and today hamas leaders in gaza called on palestinians to spark a third intifada daniel seiderman is an israeli lawyer who specializes in israeli palestinian relations and runs and ngo called terrestrial jerusalem we reached him in jerusalem mr siderman those words third intifada are certainly ominous swing you hear the leadership of hamas use that kind of language how do you react my daughter just walked in the door and said hey dad did the third intifada break out uh so your question is being asked here as well in side a popular uprising and there is no individual or group of nuclear who can organize that and create it it's generally spontaneous combustion many of the elements necessary to spark a popular uprising had been put into place uh prior to the trump announcement and as a result of the trump announcement i'm not taking that lightly however the notion that uh somebody can sit in some dark room and make a decision hey what's happening t fatah is absolutely ridiculous you say it's a spontaneous combustion but was the match lift this week jerusalem always has he has these glowing embers beneath the surface and the potential for in some sort of concentration is there undoubtedly the move who unilaterally declared jerusalem the capital of israel with a serious escalation it undermined the stability of the city and created the possibility of a violent eruption making it much more likely than it was in the past having said that i would caution against apocalyptic visions jerusalem does apocalypse very well but it's not usually the correct way of approaching things we have to monitor these things vigil the i think those who are expecting some sort of a massive explosion r a overstating their case a bit although we are seeing violent protests we have witnesses reporting live fire by rubber bullets and tear gas from israeli police against palestinian protestors isn't this the beginning of something.

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"intifada" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The palestinians unleashing violence and engulfing the region in flames yet again and what is so frustrating about this john is that that the palestinians and the threat of violence for the last seventy years has held western countries hostage that the the fear of the palestinians uh erupting in yet another intifada yet another uh uh protest yet another uprising that this is bin what has held a common sense at bay uh jerusalem is i think one of the only capital this is not the only capital in the world that is not recognised internationally because of the fear of upsetting the palestinians or perhaps the broader arab world you mentioned beforehand the new reminds me i saw than his reports the czech republic has broken ranks and can we enjoy the irony of the czech republic coming over to israel and the united states jonathan well it actually made me think about how uh it it was the the czech republic fit help provide some of the um uh the original planes for israel's air force in the nineteen forty the eight war of independence i was thinking of the cell out by london once upon a time you could think about that as well uh but it's interesting to know now that you know there could be some european countries that uh eastern european countries primarily that perhaps to follow suit with uh with donald trump and recognize uh jerusalem as israel's capital they may not necessarily wants to move their embassy but at least they would be begin to recognize what he is already the case that jerusalem is the capital of israel it is as you noted where the prime minister works where the knesset is where the uh supreme court is where the the ministry of foreign affairs has locations restaurants too i recommend the saudis had to jerusalem is doing very well final question is it now to be drew salim israel on our passports it does not seem that way uh my understanding is that the state department at prevaricating that it is uh now stepping back from this uh really remarkable decision by the president yet another instance where it appears that secretary of state rex tillerson is at odds with president trump i wonder how long this i'll wrap that fact i f it's news to me tonight but that can't stand cannot style.

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"intifada" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And the proof is always in the pudding four very excited about it even some of the prime minister's political opponents gave a guarded welcome but palestinians are furious in gaza this woman who gave her name is knowledge nausea told the bbc that she was stunned by trump's decision was rainy shocked and i was feeling very very deeply angry inside and i was actually seeing the news and watching him among people in a supermarket and everyone was like staring at the screen and say what he's actually saying it and everyone was like this is really insane she says it feels like a door has completely closed this decision has just came on top of everything to really make us feel that that's it even those who are moderate and had relieved to some extent in peace as an option that mean have thought that no that's it hamas which runs gaza is calling for a new intifada iran and hezbollah in lebanon have weighed in and not surprisingly they've condemned the us decision but there's also been strong criticism from us allies like turkey jordan and saudi arabia the turkish prime minister said the us has quote pulled the pin on a bomb ready to blow in the region in indonesia the prime minister warned that the decision was unlawful and could quote disturb world peace and it's not just moslem allies the european union's foreign policy chief federico mogadishu me echoed pretty much every european nations response when she said this the announcements as the potential to sent us backwards to even darker vice than the ones we already living in but the trump administration remains adamant speaking at a news conference in vienna secretary of state rex tillerson reminded his audience of some political facts after reaffirmation jbar should include injuries losers per share motorboat i think was marty to nothing abstentions the frozen super carrying out the will of the american.

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"intifada" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Look pilot when that go belly one two day we call for an work for a new uprising against zionist occupation view what elected i therefore you only two day we won't have halfsolutions anymore i saw follow the first intifada against the israeli occupation lost it from 1987 to 1993 and the second began in the year two thousand in contrast the israeli prime minister benyamin netanyahu praise mr trump saying he had bound himself ever with jerusalem's history mr netanyahu said he expected president trump's decision to prompt many other countries to follow suit and moved their embassies to the city you're you're curiosity was a momentous stirred an important warm jerusalem her extraordinary history at over a millennial you can arc flirt a few significant milestone your through the statement barred braverman trump i think for tomorrow fto the the us president's decision has been widely condemned including by america's traditional allies britain france and saudi arabia the arab league is to hold an emergency meeting on saturday a un security council meeting is expected on friday and this was bethlehem this morning clashes taking place between israeli forces and palestinians tear gas was fired at darrow reports of a number of people being injured the unrest wasn't restricted to bethlehem there were also demonstrations in other places including ramallah i spoke to knit at ebrahim from bbc's arabic service who's there so i am here in aroma less city and i'm seeing protesters a clashing and engaging with the israeli army who is responding mostly with tear gas bombs and a sound grenades now this is not the only location in which protests are happening in the west bank with hitting of other cities hitting of clashes in bethlehem in jericho in have thrown and in certain other areas so what kind of one leader in response to think there will be foreign intifada as called for by the hamas leader ismail haniya what it remains to be seen how the west bank will.

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"intifada" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Look pilot when that go belly one two day we call for an work for a new uprising against zionist occupation view what elected i therefore you only two day we won't have halfsolutions anymore i saw follow the first intifada against the israeli occupation lost it from 1987 to 1993 and the second began in the year two thousand in contrast the israeli prime minister benyamin netanyahu praise mr trump saying he had bound himself ever with jerusalem's history mr netanyahu said he expected president trump's decision to prompt many other countries to follow suit and moved their embassies to the city you're you're curiosity was a momentous stirred an important warm jerusalem her extraordinary history at over a millennial you can arc flirt a few significant milestone your through the statement barred braverman trump i think for tomorrow fto the the us president's decision has been widely condemned including by america's traditional allies britain france and saudi arabia the arab league is to hold an emergency meeting on saturday a un security council meeting is expected on friday and this was bethlehem this morning clashes taking place between israeli forces and palestinians tear gas was fired at darrow reports of a number of people being injured the unrest wasn't restricted to bethlehem there were also demonstrations in other places including ramallah i spoke to knit at ebrahim from bbc's arabic service who's there so i am here in aroma less city and i'm seeing protesters a clashing and engaging with the israeli army who is responding mostly with tear gas bombs and a sound grenades now this is not the only location in which protests are happening in the west bank with hitting of other cities hitting of clashes in bethlehem in jericho in have thrown and in certain other areas so what kind of one leader in response to think there will be foreign intifada as called for by the hamas leader ismail haniya what it remains to be seen how the west bank will.

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"intifada" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"He's our charlie i'm gary mcnamara uh let us go to uh nathan in brooklyn nathan welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show hi hi how are you think you taking the focal nobody cohen conviction shirts feel i'm i'm a i'm up burly preparing my lecture for today uh i just wanted to discuss the uh the uh with with chest chance prior to last few days and on one hand they admire trump first politician in a long time and actually is keeping his campaign promises he promised and more so than to the jewish nation but he promised to the evangelists is based in the south and who are very much him favorably oh pro would the uh the state of israel and he's keeping his promise and that's you know he gets bequeathed owes for that a lot of credit because he you know puts his mouth and he puts his heart every he said he tries to do on the other hand is uh all the great rabbis that i've spoken to have spoken to many left there too and this goes back also in time one life of one person not worth will the politics the arabs already cristobal every european country that i know of is dead set against this the arabs have declared three days of rage i was in israel last and the intifada uh a year ago with some trump was elected and the arabs the arabs and looking more you know i'm us and the palestinians have heard that the trump wants to move the embassy a truck ploughed into four israeli soldiers and killed him the driver said he did it because he heard that they were going to clear jerusalem the capital of israel is this worth it this worth it well israel then back out of jerusalem completely no if i actually hit for that y you guys have been saving if it's if if because it's the standard is nothing is worth one life then where where does that line is that line in the sand drawn that's a very good question i'll come debts the quick question that you should be debated but both we have a i actually came up i sorta better all day today yesterday and they kills an idea.

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"intifada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gene has you signed jim chenevey investigators are learning more about texas church shooter devon kelly and his history of domestic abuse and conflicts with superiors in the military kelly had been disciplined for bringing guns onto his base and threatening other service members he was placed in a mental health facility by the air force from which he brief flee escaped then there's the fact that his criminal record had not been passed on to a national database used for gun background checks more from correspondent david martin more than eleven thousand dishonorable discharges have been entered into the database but only one for domestic violence and one for mental health in other words the failure to flag kelly the fbi may not have been an isolated oversight but part of a pattern of poor reporting throughout the defense department a pattern firth of intifada by the pentagon's inspector general twenty years ago kelly carry three guns into the first baptist church in sunland springs sunday and killed twenty six people democrat of one both governor's seats that were up for grabs in tuesday's elections in new jersey phil murphy was seen as a show chew in over republican kim guadagno if we could find common ground with the president and congressional leadership on vital needs like federal funding for infrastructure we will do our part to ford's solutions that benefit new jersey in virginia lieutenant governor route north them the victor over republican ed gillespie my fellow virginians the hard work of governing mcgann's let's get to where president trump is in the air right now heading to china and third stop on that 12 day asia trip he left south korea with a message of hope of defusing the nuclear standoff with north korea steven portnoy reports even as a speaks of routine a deal with north korea president trump vows the us will not be intimidated in a speech to lawmakers here in this chamber mr trump warned kim jong luhn we will not be intimidated and we will not let the worst atrocities in history he repeated here on this ground we fought and died so hard to secure as he heads next to china mr trump called on all responsible nations to isolate north korea steven portnoy cbs news with the president insult reports from shanghai china that three ucla men's basketball players have been arrested for shoplifting are there for a game of georgia tech on friday no comment from the pac 12 good news for those seeking.

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"intifada" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

"We've all decided that iphone af is just off the table right a have ever go the intifada's a bet ever my that's the that's the new autofocus ma of arkansas was a my my phone out of what you'd be able to divert photography scott born mode on the new iphone scuppered mode there ought to be oh i love the speculation and i always like it as we get closer to these events you know that gets more heated but i'm a very i am very excited have to say this is the first iphone i've been really excited about a few year would you like me to channel our friend john's he divorced act to have your trip in what you think he would say never work a now why who advised anything radic sprints of eta windows phone air your windows on uh there is uh let's see uh there is a new mac os pro what we move on old we talk about blessed gold yes because we were so the last rumor and this is really the rumors are now flying fast factors your yet so much so that the latest rumors are negating the previous was last forever who has all the funds available all the same time all in the same three boring colors yes not solely also by just that juxtaposed with that is like a mirror finish rumor i really love that i would by that because they'll being glass for productive charging so glass bruszt mira looks really hot but also copper which he has to hit if he might be called blush gold and i i can get used home with any name but that one's going to be hard for me but the idea of a copper colored one i think would be interesting given near the previous as opposed to roh's gold yeah just because rose gold is like three years old now leon fashioned at will there be jet will they're still be jet black in them and the matt black whatever they call no no no because if it's under glass it'll probably at an those her medal here yeah can't really do those on the.

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"intifada" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"intifada" Discussed on WWL

"I i wanted to be the if you would admit that you are liberal no i won't okay wanting to know because secondly you said that armed intifada that trump tweet war are worse a or america dan are gonna terrorism or i know that's not what i said okay what did you say i said that the the debate that we're having in this country and the the the question about fake news is a bigger threat to our democracy that isis uh well i yet or what about terrorism in general well i don't know i didn't say that okay um thirdly when i called you got the screener up i said i wanted to talk about trump's tweet said uh you mean number forty pot i and i didn't register at birth and i was like number forty five that what are you talking about i don't wanna pay name book on medical port well that's so that's john where can i i've talked to him and we'll decide whether or not that's his opinion admitted as we'll decide whether or not he should be doing that i'll talk to him altieri on your screeners are admitting that they're not a trump supporter so uh i mean i'm not his his job but his his job it it doesn't matter if if he was an obama supporter and you called and you will get on the are just like your company are now you've got on the air so i don't know what your name obama okay okay it gets find more i argued out the mark i understand your point ed john and i will have a conversation about that okay well about all i got y'all it seems like he really didn't have much from new orleans james your on who good yeah no i am a trump i did vote for trump messori on lawyer crop supporter of bar so to give her you know hillary with your mayo the torture while those for the army job so um you know type of thing so um anyway i don't really support what it on the cnn thing but i understand the man i virtue of the program we get hit hard work things every time after all actress negative about negative well i mean i i agree with you james i i i.

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