35 Burst results for "Israel"

Jesus Is Our Shepherd

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:35 min | 19 hrs ago

Jesus Is Our Shepherd

"Micah chapter 5 versus two through 5, but you owe Bethlehem a frater who are too little to be among the clans of Judah from you shall come forth for me, one who is to be ruler in Israel, whose coming forth is from of old, from ancient days, therefore he shall give them up until the time when she who is in labor has given birth, then the rest of his brothers shall return to the people of Israel and he shall stand and shepherd his flock in the strength of the lord and the majesty of the name of the lord his God, and they shall dwell secure for now. He shall be great to the ends of the earth, and he shall be their peace. Promise to hear from God through Micah centuries before Jesus would be born in Bethlehem. Micah says to Bethlehem who are too little to be among the clans of Judah, this small town among the people of God from their shall come forth one who is to be a ruler in Israel from ancient days, the picture here is clear. This is not just any ruler. This is a picture of the God himself, the ancient of days coming to God's people in Bethlehem, being born to stand and shepherd God's flock to be the shepherd of God's people and to lead them into security. They shall dwell secure the one whose name will be great to the ends of the earth and who will be their peace. This is Jesus. This is one of those places in the Old Testament inspired by God through a prophet centuries before Jesus came telling about who he is. What he would do as God in the flesh, God, with us. So as we prepare even to celebrate Christmas in the coming weeks, just remember that for centuries, this was anticipated. In God's word and remember who Jesus is in your life today, the ancient of days, the eternal God in the flesh, who is your shepherd, amidst whatever you are walking through. Miss whatever challenges you're facing amidst the questions you have amidst whatever will unfold in your life today or tomorrow know that Jesus lives to be your shepherd

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Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History

"The reason it's not the end of the world It's because Donald Trump has demonstrated That he's not anti Jew He's not anti black He's not anti Hispanic quite the contrary He is demonstrated through action That he is the most Pro Jewish pro Israel president in modern history Perhaps in history period And all you have to do is ask the Israelis Not the secularists in America the Israelis Even on our college campuses he reached in signed in an executive order to try and protect Jewish students who are abused on our college campuses more on that in a moment And as for white racism how and where How and where So people with truly heartfelt views who are not trying to exploit this for political reasons Their views I'm interested in But that excludes a lot of people Including Joe Biden Including most of the congressional black caucus Including most of the media Including The New York Times and The Washington Post

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A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:35 min | 2 d ago

A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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Trump faulted for dinner with white nationalist, rapper Ye

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Trump faulted for dinner with white nationalist, rapper Ye

"Donald Trump's political friends and foes are reacting to his dinner last week with two controversial figures. The rapper, formerly known as Kanye West, and a white nationalist leader. When Donald Trump was president David Friedman was his ambassador to Israel. Friedman tweeted out, quote, to my friend Donald Trump, you are better than this, even a social visit from an anti semite like Kanye West and human scum like Nick Fuentes is unacceptable. West has been dropped by companies like Adidas for recent anti semitic comments. Nick Fuentes is a far right activist who denies the Holocaust and expresses anti semitic and white nationalist rhetoric. Others weighing in, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who called anti semitism a cancer, while The White House issued a statement, bigotry, hate, and anti semitism have absolutely no place in America, including at Mar-a-Lago. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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Bill Federer Digs Into the History and Biblical Roots of Thanksgiving

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 6 d ago

Bill Federer Digs Into the History and Biblical Roots of Thanksgiving

"Continuing what you were saying and tell us about squanto. Yeah, so the pilgrims switched from company to covenant. The company bylaws that says, okay, here's this system. We're going to take it away from you, and we're going to distribute it to, look, you get your own plot of land. You become prosperous and then you follow on carefully take care of your neighbor because you're doing it as unto God. And so you have the pilgrim pastor was John Robinson. He says, we are knit together as a body in covenant of the lord. We so hold ourselves tied to all to care for each other's good. Margaret Thatcher, she writes, your founding fathers look after one another, not only as a matter of necessity, but as a matter of duty to their God. And then the founder of the puritan Massachusetts John winthrop gives his famous speech in 1630. This love among Christians is a real thing, not imaginary. As absolutely necessary to the being of the body of Christ, we are accompanied professing ourselves fellow members of Christ. We ought to account ourselves nit together by this bond of love. We must make one another's condition our own. Rejoice together, mourn together labor and suffer together. We shall find that the God of Israel is among us. You know, people say, well, wasn't the early church socialists. You know, the early church was the early church, socialism is counterfeit early church, and the differences between the word voluntary and involuntary. Right? So you're blessed with goods, and then you voluntarily take care of your neighbor because you're doing is unto God. Socialism, there is no God. You get the good from the state and you don't own anything. So if you don't own anything, how could you be charitable? How can you give away what you don't have? No, God, and trust you with stuff and it gives you opportunities to give them away.

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The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 6 d ago

The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

"Bill, tell us, why do we celebrate Thanksgiving? What is the story of Thanksgiving? Well, the little background. So the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top. The British empire controlled in the Australia New Zealand Hong Kong brisk ionic Canada Barbados Bermuda Jamaica and America. And so America's founders wanted to break away from this globalist one world government king. And so they flipped it and made the people became. And so where did they get this idea that you could rule yourself without a king? Well, it came from the pilgrims and that it came from the calvinist Puritans that came from the reformation and then they got their ideas from ancient Israel. That first 400 years out of Egypt, it's called the Hebrew republic. And it's the first instance in recorded history of a nation with millions of people and no king. And there's around 1400 BC up to about a thousand BC. And it worked because every single citizen was taught the law. And they were personally accountable to God to follow the law. So this period of history is called the Hebrew republic. And these calvinist puritan scholars study this so intently that they were nicknamed Christian hebrews. So in 1517, Martin Luther starts the reformation and for about a century before the age of enlightenment, you have these scholars in Europe studying, not just the Bible in their own language, but this particular first 400 year period, this Hebrew republic. And that's why they taught Hebrew at Yale and Harvard. They were amazed at coming up with a form of government without a king. And again, it's based on this idea that you teach everybody the law and then everybody walks around aware that they're accountable to a God who's watching them watch them to be fair and it's going to hold them accountable in the future.

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Israeli Political Party Likud Offers Informative Priorities

Mark Levin

01:30 min | Last week

Israeli Political Party Likud Offers Informative Priorities

"Now in Israel they have their parliamentary system It's a crazy system Netanyahu says it's a crazy system and he's right See if they cobbled together all these parties The largest of which is Likud It would be much like the Republican Party but more conservative And their religious parties and other parties that have sort of niche issues that they're concerned about but it doesn't matter So you need to get 61 out of a 120 Knesset seats And they got 64 which is considered in modern day terms a landslide Believe it or not So now Netanyahu who is the putative prime minister They're having to cobble together the parties And determine who gets what position in the government But Likud just put out a list of their priorities Now all of them don't matter to us but some of them are very informative Because Benjamin Netanyahu has been for years frustrated by a very activist political judiciary Which like here is unelected And continues to stymie a liberty oriented a capitalism oriented agenda

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Cheryl Chumley: Will Kevin McCarthy Become the House Speaker?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:54 sec | Last week

Cheryl Chumley: Will Kevin McCarthy Become the House Speaker?

"You look at the politics that's being played right now on Capitol Hill. Kevin McCarthy does not have the numbers. We had congressman Ralph Norman on the show yesterday. He says he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that McCarthy is not going to get to the magic number of two 18. What are you hearing out there? I'm here in mixed mixed signals, but I suspected that that uncertainty about the numbers is why Kevin McCarthy is coming forward. And taking a strong conservative stand about keeping Ilhan Omar off certain committees. And going after some of the other Democrats who have been loudly pro China and anti Israel over the couple last couple of years. So I think that's why he's coming out and making these public stands. But I've heard a mix that he does have the numbers that he doesn't have the numbers. I guess we'll just have to wait to see.

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Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:59 min | Last week

Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

"Welcome back, America two here at David and drucker. I didn't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan either because he is from California, but he was in Las Vegas last week for the first Republican candidate walk. It sort of like a fashion show and all the Republican candidates show up and this time it was the Republican Jewish coalition headed up by our old friend norm Coleman. David good, Thanksgiving week to you. What did you learn in Las Vegas? I tweeted out your article, but you tell us. It was very interesting weekend. I think what struck me the most is that there is a lot of consideration now and very open public consideration of whether or not they want, whether or not Republican activists and donors, but not just donors, but activists, people who knock on doors, all of that stuff. Want Donald Trump to continue to be the titular head of the party. He's obviously the FrontRunner for the 2024 nomination having announced he's a former president. He's got a very strong relationship with the Republican base. But after three consecutive electoral defeats, particularly this last one stinging because of how it unfolded and the opportunities that were there for Republicans, there was just a lot of talk about wanting fresh leadership continue the former president's policies by and large, but somebody fresh. I got that. Not just Rome Republicans who want to take his place, like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley. I talked to a number of Republicans, not Haley, but a number of the names that I just listed. But also just talking to the activists that were there. And I think people need to keep in mind the Republican Jewish coalition initially skeptical of Trump in the 2016 campaign really warm to him quite immensely because his record in the Middle East and as it relates to Israel and Iran and everything else in that region of the world was stellar from their point of view and very accomplished from their point of view. So it's not like, well, they never really liked them anyway. If you became a fan favorite.

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How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human

"If you're preparing a Thanksgiving feast this week you might be glad to know that the act of cooking makes you part of a long line in human history A recent study finds a discovery in Israel of what appears to be some roasted fish specifically carp helps date the discovery of fire for food to at least 780,000 years back And some scientists estimate our early human cousins may have been using fire to cook their food almost 2 million years ago Anthropologists say discovering the cooking of food was a big change helping to fuel our evolution and giving humans bigger brains Down the line cooking became the centerpiece of feasting rituals that brought communities together The new studies published in the journal nature ecology and evolution I'm Jackie Quinn

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There Are Alternatives to Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

05:44 min | Last week

There Are Alternatives to Twitter

"So Twitter's back up and running, you can, I guess, feel free to say what you want now. And a lot of people I've seen a lot of friends who lost their accounts, they have been restored. That's all good, but will it matter? Again, there are other alternatives out there. I'm on true social as well, parlor, of course, has come about and had its own set of challenges. There's locals as well. I encourage you, by the way, you can follow me on locals at Trish Regan locals dot com, where they really are about promoting this freedom of speech within a decent way, right? I mean, we're not talking total craziness, but the ability at least to have an opinion. And in this environment, it's gotten hard. If I tell you to consecutive quarters of negative growth for our economy, means a recession, then somehow now I'm questioned by social media platforms for false information. I mean, hey, look, no recession is the same. But it used to be the definition of a recession. Now you can't say it anymore because Joe Biden doesn't want us to. I mean, that's scary stuff, folks, all right? And either side of the aisle. Remember that? Because it can just as easily be the Democrats that they're going after next. So even if Democrats are going after conservatives and all you can't say it's a recession that could so easily flip and that's the scary part about all of that. Isn't it? But lots of changes coming. I think January is going to prove to be a very interesting month. Don't you think? Don't you think I want to tell you about Kevin McCarthy? But before I do, did you see who's crawling around here? Right here on my lap. This is fluffy. If you haven't met fluffy, this is indeed him. He is the sweetest little thing and so important to me. I love this dog so much and it's the reason why I'm excited to tell you about a wonderful supplement that I found for him created by a former army veteran, an army veteran, a former army ranger named doctor Dennis black, and doctor black is naturopathic doctor, has created this supplement because he loves donks too and he's got a couple of them a little bit bigger than you fluffy, a little bit, but fluffy's just a little tiny Maltese. I encourage you if you're listening on Apple iTunes, go check out my YouTube channel or my rumble channel so you can see this guy in the flesh, but I love him. He goes a lot of places with me. And it's very important part of my life. And so I want to make sure that he is getting the proper nutrients. So this is why I have doctor Dennis black supplement for fluffy that I just add, I sprinkle onto his food every single day, because then I know he's getting the digestive enzymes. He's getting the minerals. He's getting the probiotics. All the things that he needs to have a long and healthy, happy life. Well, hopefully I will. A little bit responsible for some of that happiness, right, buddy. Anyway, I encourage you to check it out. Doctor Dennis black has a wonderful offer for free trial bag for Friends of mine, Friends of this show fans of this show. I'm going to include this link below in the show notes. But go to rough greens dot com today. Are you FF green's dot com today? Are you FF greens dot com today? Get your free trial back. It's really worth it. This is a wonderful supplement. Your dog will thank you. I promise. And your dog will love it. I mean, I'd be shocked. If it was any other way, because I know how much this guy I know how much he loves it, so I'm pretty sure your dog will as well. Anyway, back to what's happening there in Washington, D.C., as I keep him right here on my lap, I might as well, right? These little animals, they're pretty special. They're pretty special. Anyway, you've got chemical McCarthy planning some big changes. Now that he's going to be Speaker of the House. And it looks like Adam Schiff. And perhaps some of these others, like AOC, they're on the skids when it comes to the house Intel committee. As they should be, I mean, when you think about some of the things that have been done, who's the other one, the one that had the friendship with the lovely young woman. Fang fang, was it? From China, that's kind of something I wish I could forget. Anyway, we can't. I would argue rather compromise position there because she is alleged to have been a Chinese spy. Kind of strange to him to have him on the foreign affairs community here in the Intel committee. So I think that you're going to see a big revamp coming of some of these committees where there are sensitive positions and you have people that maybe don't like Israel or have had questionable relationships with people like fang thing. Are going to come into question and as they should. And that's going to result in some changes. Look, I think we need more responsibility in Washington. I really do. I think that people are shooting off their mouse in ways that are unbecoming, frankly, to themselves, and to the nation. And we've got to remember, in fact, who our allies are, one of which, of course, major ally, being Israel. So there's an important some important things that are going to be happening. And I'd say, in that sense, very good things that are going to be happening. But they're not going to go down without a fight. So gear up, be ready. In the meantime, let's all look forward to some Thanksgiving Thanksgiving which, by the way, we're going to talk about this tomorrow. Is suddenly super, super pricey. Have you seen the price said the turkey dinner this year? We'll talk about it. Great to have you here. Make sure you go to Trish Intel dot com. Trish Intel dot com to sign up for the newsletter, secure your invites to all our free and great exclusive events so you have to be, you have to be on the list as they say. I'll see you tomorrow.

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Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

The Bible in a Year

02:46 min | Last week

Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

"Let's go back to the acts of the apostles first. Oh, goodness gracious. Okay, so at the beginning, what do we have? The context, of course, Peter and John, going into the temple. There was the man who was crippled, right? He couldn't walk. And in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the lord heals him through Peter, and this is incredible. Now, what happens? Is there being brought before the priest, the captain of the temple, and the sadducees. Now, I love that this says they're annoyed because they're annoyed. The savages are annoyed, captain of the temple, priest, they're annoyed. All those people are annoyed. Why are they annoyed? This is the interesting thing. They're annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. Remember what the sadducees? The difference between the pharisees and sad duties. I mean, there's a lot of differences, but the sadness is the only believed in the first 5 books of Moses, right? The sadducees didn't believe in angels, the sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And one of the ways we can remember that, of course, is that the pharisees and sadducees, the pharisees believed in the resurrection and the Sagittarius didn't, and that's why they were sad, you see. Old joke. Okay, but it says merely that they were annoyed. And I think that that is interesting. Anyways, here is Peter and John that brought before the council that's the same people that they were both Peter and John were in the presence of essentially during Jesus trial, which is remarkable to remember, because the first time we don't hear anything about John, we know that John went all the way with Jesus to the crucifixion, but we did hear about Peter, and we do know that Peter, he failed, right? In that moment, he was not bold in that moment he cracked and he denied knowing Jesus at three times and yet now this is incredible. First 8, Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers of the people and elders, if we are being examined today, concerning a good deed done to a cripple by what means this man has been healed, be it known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified whom God raised from the dead by him, this man is standing before you well, and goes on to say this is incredible. This is a cornerstone line, not only because it speaks about the cornerstone in first 11, but in verse 12, the line is, and there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. This is, this is huge, because Jesus himself had said, I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. And here's Peter, who's making it very clear. There is Salvation and no one else. There's no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. And now the key word I think of chapter four is boldness, right? Keyword of chapter four is it says multiple times that they're filled with boldness. And this is remarkable. Observing them to be common, ordinary, uneducated men, and yet they have this new quality. And the quality is not theirs. It says they recognize that they had been with Jesus.

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Ivanka Trump Does Not 'Plan to Be Involved in Politics'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Ivanka Trump Does Not 'Plan to Be Involved in Politics'

"I'm continuing my discussion of Trump's big announcement, but I also want in this segment to broaden the discussion to look at sort of a post mortem of what happened in the recent midterms. Now, a couple of details with regard to Trump, the first thing is I saw a very interesting statement by Ivanka Trump, basically saying I'm stepping away from politics. Now she didn't clearly say that she was doing this along with her husband, Jared Kushner. She says, quote, I'm choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating. And so I think what she's trying to say is that I'm not going to be appearing on campaign rallies with my dad. And I'm also going to stay away if Trump is reelected from the Trump administration. And to the degree that she means herself and her husband, Jared Kushner, I think this is a good thing for them, but it's also a very good thing for Trump. It's a good thing for Trump because it's always complicated where when you have a close family that are anchored in a position of great authority and power and trust in The White House. Everybody else doesn't know how to navigate with regard to them. Of course, they are trusted. But on the other hand, they're not necessarily experienced now Jared Kushner in some ways did bring some experience. He was very well connected in the Middle East. And his impact, I think in some ways was positive because he helped a broker important deals, the move of the embassy to Jerusalem, the Abraham accords where Arab countries made a pact with Israel that would have seemed unimaginable. In fact, people like John Kerry said it's ridiculous. You can't get this kind of agreement without the Palestinians and Trump sort of made it look easy. So I'm not implying that Jared Kushner didn't do anything, but I also think that what happens very often for a business guy like Kushner is he tends to look at The White House as a way of kind of making connections.

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Israel deploys remote-controlled robotic guns in West Bank

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Israel deploys remote-controlled robotic guns in West Bank

"Into volatile spots in the occupied West Bank Israel's installed at robotic weapons that can fire tear gas stun grenades and sponge tipped bullets at Palestinian protesters The weapons perched over a crowded Palestinian refugee camp and in a flashpoint West Bank city use artificial intelligence to track targets Israel says the technology saves lives both Israeli and Palestinian but critics see another step towards a dystopian reality in which Israel fine tunes is open ended occupation of the Palestinians while keeping its soldiers out of harm's way Some Palestinians fear the new weapon might be misused or hacked with no accountability in potentially lethal situations I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Iran protests rage on streets as officials renew threats

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Iran protests rage on streets as officials renew threats

"Protests raged throughout Iran with some going on overnight as officials renew threats against local descents Explosions wrung out on the streets of cast Arizona in Isfahan province south of Tehran online mobile phone footage showed balls of fire erupt in the streets as protesters shouted in the background much further south in bandaras and online videos showed women twirling their headscarves above their heads in protesters cars honked their horns in solidarity in the Kurdish town of mahabad protesters carried the body of a local man who was shot a month ago by security forces but died recently the protesters chanted martyrs don't die and Kurdistan are enemies are afraid of you another online video showed protesters in the capital Tehran chanting freedom over a wave of supported car horns It has been over 50 days since protests erupted in Iran following the detention and killing of a Kurdish woman in morality police custody Iranian officials have kept up their threats against the demonstrators and the wider world including Saudi Arabia who alongside Britain the U.S. and Israel they blame for fermenting unrest I am Karen Chammas

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The Battle in the Suez Canal

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

The Battle in the Suez Canal

"Now, throughout this, there are some harrowing moments. You almost drowned in the Suez Canal. You mentioned it centimeters. If someone doesn't extend to hand, you're dead because you jumped in the water with, I don't know how many kilometers of how many kilograms of weight on you and you were sinking like a rock. Another time you have to get a soldier off of his knees in the Golan Heights. In fact, the Golan Heights were hard on both you and your brothers, all of them. So it's a matter of interest in war. When you're making that decision to go or not go and this is going to lead me to Iran. What is the, what is the ultimate calculation, mister prime minister? I think the first thing is whether you can maintain a clear head in the midst of battle or in the midst of that enormous duress in the. Firefight. We were at the time at war with Egypt happily that's behind us, but we had a terrible war of attrition and we were being attacked by the Egyptians across the canal to our side. And raiding our people, killing them, killing them wholesale. And the army command decided to send my unit to their side of the canal. And we successfully did that one night and Egyptian military convoy and that's, by the way, not a pleasant experience to see the sea of people in agony and died something that I never and every rejoice then put it this way. But of course, there was great rejoicing on our side, so they said, okay, we'll send you another car. And 48 hours passed between the successful rate and the next one. And as we got into these zodiac rubber boats, across the canal, the as we approach close to the Egyptian side of the canal, the Egyptians dug voxels every hundred meters without our knowing it. And they opened this horrific fire at us, which killed one of my friends in the post ride in front of us. And I

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Good Commanders and Bad Commanders

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Good Commanders and Bad Commanders

"I began Bebe my story immediately after finishing Tom cotton's book, only the strong. And senator cotton, it like you, led men in combat. I'm beginning to wonder whether or not that is crucial for countries to put leaders into position who've actually had shots fired at them and have had to kill enemies of the state. What difference does that make in leading a country to go from being the dispatch to being the dispatcher? Well, it's a world of difference because when you're in a special unit, you know your handkerchief to go to take on any mission you think you're you think you're a band of Superman. And in many ways, you are, but you're not. Because the difference between success and tragedy is could be a few centimeters. And it was in the case where the oni was died. And yet you have that eagerness to carry out these lifesaving missions as do your men. But for me, the difference was that I had seen the loss of a loved one, not only my brother, but when I was 18, shortly after I got into the special unit, close friend of mine actually died in my arm. Died on the way to a hospital and, you know, 30 years later, I came to visit his home. I never got to visit his home in the city of Beersheba. And his mother opened the door for me. And she showed me his room. My friend groom, she left it exactly as it was 30 years earlier. So I always thought when I dispatched men into combat, when I made that decision, I always thought of my mother and his mother and the mothers of Israel. And I remembered what my brother told me. When I went to officer school, you said to be and he had been an experienced commander he had been a veteran of many battles. Unbelievable. I would say poet warrior, philosopher, but he said to me, you know, the difference between a good commander and a bad commander is that that commander sponge is the life of his men. And the good commander accomplishes the mission, the minimum or no casualty. And I always thought of that that the life of the soldiers is so precious.

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Bibi, I Told You Not to Go

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Bibi, I Told You Not to Go

"My favorite part and only a brother could do this. It's an amazing story with which to begin a book, but only a brother could stand over his wounded brother as yoni stood over you because you took the bullet and said, baby, I told you not to go. I laughed out loud when I read that because only a brother could do that, right? Well, you didn't know when I was shot by friendly fire in the storming of the aircraft. And we killed two of the terrorists and captured two of the women terrorists. And liberated the plane. And tragically, one young woman, a young mother who was killed by the terrorists, but we were able to liberate everyone else. And I was the only military guy who I got shot in the arm. And as I lay on the tarmac, I could see the only rushing to me and you had a terrible look of distress on his face. And as he approached me, he could see the white ladder of blood as he stood over me on my sleeve. That's where I got shot in my arm. And the huge grim spread over his face and he said, CBD, I told you not to go.

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"The shebek have evidence at european money was used to it fund peacefully activities through this you and they also implied also a very big into that. This is the brakes. Screw off investigation that connected not only to do specific ngo by six others. Then we understood. Okay there was a story here. It's not only ngos that politically motivated and against israel is not only ngos that they're facials are part of a tour group. There is it's this is part of the system it assistant at raising money in order to be a. Let's go tunnel channel two to the beef of So european sources are giving money to get information and support human rights in that money is being about laundered exactly but as being directed towards a terror organization to help them achieve their goals yet. I let allege alleged diddley some of the ngos. This is what's happening Exactly what's happened. I can assure you that the europeans have no means sometimes no wheel to a understand. What's really happening with money now. Not now big. What shebek followed about those. Jails are classified. And i can tell you. The process of designate in organization as interrogation is not a political process. It's a very indepth legal and in researchy let's gullit process that involves not only show back involve masonry of justice minister of defense. It's involved dead especially advisor to be served defense. That needs to approve does things. The processes vary complicated any good. Because you don't want you know every politician to clear to designate an ngo as a terrible injustice. He's done something that depletion doesn't want well because because it's classified it make i. I can understand people feeling like well. Now you're asking me to trust you you an an internal governmental organization we today. There's a lot of distrust for institutions but on the other hand they're not declaring most ngos even ones with very strong anti-israel bias is to be terrorist organizations the fact that these just the outward evidence that we do have that's not classified is pretty damning so now that gives shebek i think and the israeli process you can there. There's reason to give the benefit of the doubt to the israeli government that if what we've seen is so concerning imagine what we're not seeing this is that's true but don't forget that the human the human rights world is automatically set to criticize israel or anything..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Any at israel dell redesigned designed joe's In the political level. Oh you're very odd is really a. You're wrong called him out but they didn't interfere with all the boys ready Let's say spectrum stanton does ngo monitor everyone you know. He said he's the public diplomacy war lord to a to convince others who is ranked so a change in in two thousand sixteen. We identify something. Burying We took those six joe's and seven more than angels and we saw that many of the officials on those angels are connected in different ways. Whether it's official you're officially to the the popular front debris of palestine is a designate deter organization by a us fdu kinda any israel and some of the ngos were actually connected by by themselves like the angel selfless in affiliate or or if for example one of the ngos have declared a was the agricultural arm off the popular. Front abrasion of Stein so we started to map doubt. Okay wait so you have ngos that that are active into complaints against israel receives money from friendly government in their ceos and managers officials are connect. Did to a designated tourneys ation that. That's that's very interesting and we had like very simple report about it. Back in two thousand sixteen did was snowball. This issue became one of the most important issues that was discussed between us and our audience but also israel and european countries. One of the interesting questions was that's replace the for isis. Will you give money to an ngo data. Having three managers as is is activists. No-one will do it ever or the clock dinner. Yeah or exactly so why be be so why. No one care about why the europeans keeps keeps money. Even if we don't see you know a specific terror act. Why are you giving Where is the benefit of the doubt. Like what one. They're not even pretending to not be connected to this organization. No no no. no we open de. We waited videos and screen shots and pictures and documents that showing them in memorials terrorists. And we give me flags. Nothing was was secret. Nothing was secrets. Everything was visible Changed the game now. This was two dozen sixteen seventeen eighteen. What changed the game was rena schnorbus murder in two thousand seventeen years old israeli girl. Their family in was attacked by a Off the beautiful. Be defied earned the broader get injured. Unfortunately a daughter rina.

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"israel" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Good morning booker. to- windows the this is shannon told here with israel. Daily news podcast. I'm here to get you caught up quickly. I've got some top news stories for you today from israel and guess what you're listening so you're already on top of your game. Survive and thrive people knowledge. Is the best weapon. Today is wednesday. September twenty nine th twenty twenty one nv gregorian calendar and the twenty third of tisch. Ray fifty seven eighty two in the hebrew calendar. Happy new year. It's been a whole week or even more since i've podcast it. I decided to go with the israeli way and celebrate the holidays by reducing my workload. For the week. I've never been off from the podcast for more than two episodes in a row. If i'm not mistaken. I'll say this i was ready to get back to the podcast after just a few days. I missed you guys. I missed podcasting. Sokoto is over simcock. Torah is over and everyone in the country is now dealing with the depression of getting back to work but also having a thankful feeling to get our schedules back. That's based off of some research. I did. I spoke with some friends and colleagues to ask them how they felt about the end of the holiday season. We're all in between feeling sad that we have to get back onto our full workload but also feeling like we had a long time of not really having structure. And what are we really doing in our day where eating. We're not working out. So i think that a lot of people actually are happy to get back to their routines. I'm going to look at it that way. Now.

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Like most israelis don't care. I don't care what was his name thing point and that's the thing that i think needs to be acknowledged anything in some way be does understands the nation really well like he knows exactly who the people who live here are and what they want what they don't wanna and so. I think like doing some way he. He's saying like oh. Come not bennett. I'm not gonna wait a day to graduate olympian athlete. I'm gonna go on about because that's that's remind values standards educated guy story. He's the guy who brags look at seal. I have within three years ago fan but he understands the national history of our people. And so i guess i guess what turns into a shouting match. As often doesn't politics is so unproductive yeah and there is a productive conversation to be had for sure. Oh one hundred percent. I think it's critical and it goes into the larger question of sort of what who are we internally and then who who we want to be extradited to the world sort of what are we becoming and how how should that. Look and look the bottling. This is so interesting because we're at this crazy moment. In history share the olympics are back because the western world had renaissance and the greek culture reasserted itself over the christian culture so now modern western culture is this mix and the whole world is now competing in this christian. Greek mix that recall the western world and because the jews are having our renaissance and delta state. We are now participating in these events. It's it's you everything about this moment. History just knocks you for sure but the one thing i want to mention it. Specifies that we're not we're participating not as not as hidden jews hidden israelis loud and proud. And that's i think that's important to make that distinguish distinct distinguish between is just like that on the stage. What what are we showing the world. And that's that's the difference. In my opinion we always talk. About how complicated. Things aren't this podcast. We're always talking about with simple truth and that's true keep. It is sick of the word. But the truth is when when when when they play tic in an israeli your heartbeat. You're just proud so although it is complicated and this episode was about the complications of the olympics. It's okay sometimes. I feel that patriotic pry. Yeah of hearing a tickle playing on an international stage. We waited long enough for. Oh yeah all right..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Sometimes you do have to. I don't know if there's now i'm just gonna stop my head. But if there was a tibetan hindu who at the bank. We asked to have a vegetarian meal. Like i'm sure that would be accommodated so there is something like i remember you on. Ramon who wasn't a religious jew but when he was representing israel's he made sure kosher meals or something he did i think he brought up with our door. Maybe he brought something up with him and it actually came back down. We have it in the museum and fairmont but he knew he was representing as as as a representative of the jewish state he was representing jewish culture and identity in deep away so without without certainly without condemning her or the head of the opposition in specifics but just in general that tension should at least be a conversation. And what's her name. Leroy she can do. That's her choice. And if that's the israeli olympic committee's choice mate. Okay but i think it's worthwhile to say you know. We wanna reconsider. Or how was that decision. Made or i don't know big was the first prime minister who on state visits kosher rate. So i think it's because he only kosher food as appropriate individual. But i think it would also be kind of cool if heads of you. Know other states when they had israeli diplomats served them kosher food respect to the jewish people whether that individual There's something to that and saying. Look as a jew or at least please don't serve pork right at our state visit. That's inappropriate right these kosher style. I don't know exactly where the line is wind. Muslims florida. No yeah and you would not serve me to the dalai lama point and okay. So that's because it is obviously very observant fellow but but even if the individual is in there is something to okay. Let's say the ambassador from saudi arabia happens not to be observant for right. So israelis also have been state dinners where israelis have been like. Yeah i guess. I just i i. There isn't gonna push back on in that. They do agree with you. But i have other thought that i think we have been it Who is the current prime minister. And he's coupon keeps your going over what you said before about the kosher food and i was begging and so that kind of reminded me of that and a part of a new mentioned before the. Bb called her on to congratulate her and posted it online. There's actually something about it. I just to play devil's advocate. I actually find really authentic sudden because bb's not the prime minister anymore and he doesn't have to appease the ultra religious parties that he sits with a part of me was wondering thursday. Looks good exactly exactly..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"I can't remember the names because i can't pronounce it. I'm old and i forget the names and the out can remember. Lena ashland leonora so she was so. There was this whole controversy that she dropped her but tonka she does cool thing with like streamers kind of russia complained and there was this whole anti semitic conspiracy theory about jews. I think that. I mean it would definitely made the news for a couple of days there but i don't think even the olympic judges which i think recounted the points or whatever wasn't there like no she won and that russia needs to just accessors. Its whole other story. Also because russia was kicked out of the olympics officially because much doping athletes don't represent this state of russia's they don't play the national anthem. That's a whole another ju- conspiracy the energy for right now to me. What was interesting. The interesting part of the story was the athletics was that she performed on chabad and bb netanyahu former prime minister who now the head of the opposition called her entre about to congratulate her for her gold medal and publicized that on the internet he filmed it in. You know how politicians will do that. Like look congratulate whether it's an astronaut an athlete or whatever. It is so that everyone knows that this happened so the he is now the leader of the opposition the ultra-orthodox parties and the quote unquote religious. zionist party. condemned him for calling her on chabad as representative of the israeli government. He shouldn't call her chaba and in here again. You have that when it comes to something like the olympics and israel itself you see the tensions in what israel is in that exchange and. I don't think they handled it appropriately. Politely my instinctive reaction was like guys come but on the other hand i do see their issue in other words. Let's say let's say you're israel's ambassador to a foreign country and you don't practice your personally not religious person kosher food and should you request. At the embassy that the food be kosher. Because you're representing the state like allow as representative of the state doesn't function on right..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"But you're not and we don't know how to solve that problem for civil marriage which people which was the main response is. There should be eka marrying you but he wants that's and beef order against it but they're also that's also sort of avoiding the problem. Yeah he's so jewish he's he's he but technical he. Is there a way to change that definition that includes him because functionally years. There's all sorts of bigger conversations. I guess what i'm saying is the conversation. Can't just be so there should be marriage and should be. This is a broader issue in our society. As israelis of these people who are. I don't know if you wanna say quasi jews like they're they're they're not technically but they are jews. We have to find a way to great. Like i would say that. They're actually. There should be civil marriage and there should be a larger conversation about what that means. Society looks like because i mean he is his father is jewish whereas we have kazumasa in loner who are not jewish. Whatever but that's the thing they married. She's rarely people. But i know really. Yeah exactly well. I mean if they have passports. I guess for citizenship. Then yeah there's israel but my point is. I think that the larger conversation includes the conversation about what happens. When israelis secular jews assumingly secular follow in love with the immigrant who lives in south tel aviv. Or the kenyan woman who works embassy right and these hapless. How does a lot. So that's also lot in terms of anecdotal stories. A lot of interesting stories. they're interesting stories. Because statistically lot of the over six million israeli jews the vast majority mary so so the question is you know how. How do we institutionally. And there's always going to be a minority who won't marry fellow jews the answer then. How should the institutions respond to that obvious reality in state environment. Exactly it's complicated in the diaspora so so there's no need for the institutions to get married in civil marriage or whatever and then you know they'll come for the piece of cedar or are they want to but here you have this national governmental problem of how to bridge that right and you know i..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Because you're providing services for the state which is that we can join the conversation about that one. But but yeah so. She did and she got her citizenship. She competed and so unfortunately she's gone through health issues. And if anyone read the article that i'm talking about they see that she was. She came really close but because she had like a massive pain she ended up just collapsing and not making it to the finish line. She'll try next time but that's just incredible story. We have these sort of competitors. That are really amazing. Athletes and a significant amount of them really aren't jewish but actually in some way very israeli is part of the story of israel as an immigrant country when you have a country of immigrants one of the advantages of your talent pool is coming from all over the world through all sorts of strange complicated and sometimes problematic ways but that israel israel is seventy five percent jews twenty percent arab of five percent other. And so here you have. Some israelis who are in one sense are other in israeli side. Because they're already on the other hand israel sends them out representatives as athletes. Which in the athletic world they have advantages because of where they come from their background that native born israelis may now have so. China has an advantage that they're over a billion people and they pick you from when you're a little kid and train you. We don't have that advantage. Where but we have this this when it comes to the olympics advantage can it's it's complicated and obviously their attentions for these minorities but when it comes to something like this on the international stage. This is something that we where we shine. And even even if you're whatever your position is on the complications of intermarriage and non jews and all that there is something to be proud of. Israel's israelis can shine in the international sphere and these are israelis so it's the cosmopolitan nature of immigrants..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Were a little bit more off the radar but also really significant to mention. I think one of those was named kazumasa cuba. I hope i'm saying that right. He he is. He's from japan. Japanese and he married for what i understand an israeli woman and he lives here and they have a son and he's been living here for a significant amount of time and he baseball coach. He's been in the field for like thirty years or something like this and he decided to coach the israeli baseball team. Which let's put a second discussion for a minute. Isn't it funny. That israel has a baseball team in the olympics. In baseball. playing on that right. I think a lot of american and actually very neat. But just i would've never thought i would have thought that we would get in for something completely baseball. Be the last thing. I think that we would get in for into the olympics. Were known for like judo. That exactly so baseball is a little bit funny. But i'm glad. I'm glad because i knew that actually personally. There are a lot of lean that i know who really want to play baseball and professional level and they couldn't find something like that so i'm glad that exists but anyway so he's their coach and from what i understand that he does. He does so voluntarily so he coaches a voluntarily and apparently speak english or hebrew very well. He's communicates to them. I guess sort of non verbally or very minimal language but like with his tone of his tone of voice and i guess like sigma hand signals. You look as able to coach this. Find ways exactly somebody who didn't grow up here. I speak a decent immigrant hebrew. But you still. You have to be creative. So he's just setback furthers immigrant and he has to throw as to communicate you right and just interesting to think about this guy who comes from japan. Gas has immersed his life in israeli society and some extent. He's staying home. Dad he has a wife who's jewish and israeli and here. He is finds himself leading this team to to into the olympics. Which is amazing. So i think a noteworthy character in this chapter of israelis me olympics. And there's one person that i think also is really. She's she's worthwhile mentioning she. She actually wasn't the news Her story was covered her. Name's lana sell sell peter again. I hope i'm saying that right so she she's a i'd crack quite an incredible story. Also she is from kenya and she initially was working in. Israel brought on as a nanny for for somebody for the the diplomat at emec in kenya embassy and she kind of took up running. I don't think she ever thought that she was a runner..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Give you insight behind. I host michael berg here with coach. We thank you all right. We're back to old school equipment. We're doing things we're enjoying. The i know there's delta all around but we're doing personally l. you prefer in you don't like do well i survivor zoom. But i figured we should give it a shot. Since we're in such an from fire proximity co-host so you get you got that vote and we're doing it and our topic. This week is sort of the aftermath of the olympics. Now i'm not a super sports guy so we our interest in talking about israel's place in the olympics really are sort of the broader cultural fallout this year's olympics which was israel's biggest representation at the olympics and you were pointing out to me that we doubled our gold medal total justice year like we had to overall in the history of israel. That's right yeah and this year we doubled it and you are also very impressed in particular with the cosmopolitan nature of different types of people in this year's olympics. And what you can you just if you could just tell me those examples that you found so fascinating for sure. Yeah so when we think about israel being in the olympics our minds go automatically to. Oh okay great. So young. Jewish israelis trained and worked a significant amount of their life to get to where they get to. And how wonderful impressive is it that we have these israeli jews who are going to represent a smell and facts and the truth is is that i guess things are a little bit more complicated than that and we see that right some of the people who competed this year so one person that i think everyone knows by now. It's she's a big name and she's the one who won the gold medal for gymnastics. Who's leroy ash. Show him and she she's really she's i guess what we would think that most of the competitors there's really exactly complete concerts sovereign not only that but the i was reading that the the actual type of gymnastics. She does is very sort of ashkenazi. I mean that's probably not the right way to but it's basically not. It's not anything that ferdie girl or go from means rocky background would go and do and pursue also something like interesting that that people were talking about around her impressive competitiveness and her and her the fact that you one which is amazing so there's this classic the typical really that we would be an olympics but then if we look a little bit deeper and actually understand who was there in the olympics. We see that. There's another person. And i are going to go pats. And he is a russian israeli. His mother's not jewish his father is and he also competed for intro. Now there's a lot of people who are in atoms place in israel. Israeli society look russians. Who immigrated to israel and allows them right because his father as a jew. That's it i mean. Even if even one of his his father's grandparents jewish family gets to come in based on the love return. Although we'll get back to this the revenue won't consider him jewish to get married and we'll get to that exactly but again somebody who actually was more or less raisins rose society. But there's this issue of whether he's jewish in terms of israel and the state of israel again. We'll get back to it. But he's he's another one of our winners. obviously also in gymnastics. There was a couple of stories that i actually read about that..

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"israel" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"August second twenty twenty one nv gregorian calendar and the twenty fourth of fifty seven eighty one in the hebrew calendar. Now let's get to the news. Wow wow wow big news. Israel has a potential budget. Yes israel has a budget for the first time in three years. This government finally pulled together and proposed a steep budget after loads of overnight talks. The cabinet met on monday and finally approved the national budget. And according to the times of israel it's going to introduce a load of new changes to israeli economy and society the legislation however will need to go through some committee stages and three readings in the knesset by november fourth. This'll be tough because there is no abundant majority group in this government so it might be difficult to get everyone from all these different little parties in sectors to sign on. If this doesn't work out the knesset will dissolve leaving israelis in need of a new government again. And of course everyone has a problem with this budget already and it seems at least someone from each sector is already threatening to vote against the budget. If their offices needs are not met. The health minister wants more money and doesn't want cosmetics to be a part of the new import deal that is on the table. Farmers protested the foreign ministers office because they don't like the agriculture reform that was introduced. The retirement age is supposed to be moved up for women. Apparently making them retire at sixty five. But this would come over the course of eleven years. The transportation minister is opposing a reform. That is calling for alternating days. That people can drive into the city center. The idea is to reduce congestion and the tel aviv area. But the ministry thinks that public transportation is not yet robust enough to handle a new surge of human traffic. Okay the immigration minister nina to mono chateau wants funding to bring ethiopian jews over from ethiopia to israel for aaliyah. Thousands were promised that they would be able to do it. But it has not come true for so many and tomato shots says that she will not vote for this budget. If this is not included she even says that she will resign if she doesn't get her way. The twenty twenty one. twenty twenty. Two budget is being pushed through by. Israel's finance minister endorsed lieberman. The first year is made up of one hundred eighty seven billion dollars and the second year. One hundred seventy three million dollars. Prime minister neftali bennett. Says he wants to make the members of government. Understand the magnitude of this moment. He says this time. The budget is not serving the interests of a specific sector. But rather the entire state of israel previously the government was largely made up of the right wing with many orthodox party members. He says prime minister bennett says quote. We are reducing bureaucracy and increasing competition for everyone but mainly for the weaker sectors. Those who will gain the most from competition and lower prices are the weaker sectors. End quote all right now during shibat lunch. Someone asked me what. I thought of israel's government and if i thought that it was going to last you know as i'm sure you could imagine i'm a journalist and people love to ask me political questions and try to get me to say something controversial. I should say it's very hard to get me to say something controversial especially on chabad and you know what i said. I said it doesn't matter because now we have a shot at pulling together a budget and we can finally organize the money to the nonprofits and the women shelters and the pre kindergartens and the innovation clubs and all the groups and people around israel who have been directly hit by israel not having a budget okay by not having a government for the last three years that has meant that there has not been a functioning budget directly. Do you know how many times in the last few years as a journalist in israel. I have heard someone who's program is on pause due to this or students who won competitions. And we're supposed to get grant money from the state to do research. But they were put on pause or what about the women doing national service who were promised a little bit more money for groceries and never got it. This is all because of a stalemate government with no budget congrats to the new government for making it this far with so many diverse voices at the table. We will keep you updated on the budget all the way up to november fourth. That's when it has to be finalized and we are hoping that this is going to go over smoothly so that the people of israel can move on and progress and take a step forward. There is a scathing report out. By the times of israel about how many open lawsuits there are against israeli con artists abroad. The report even suggests that local governing forces here in israel know about this and do nothing to stop their citizens from scamming people in the investment world. Outside of israel prosecutors told the digital news site times of israel that there are loads of scam investment call centers throughout europe but investigators are finding that the websites service providers are oftentimes israeli or that the proceeds of the fraudulent investing and up in israeli bank accounts or bank accounts of people who are from israel lawsuits have been filed in israel by self reported victims in australia as your bijon germany holland hong kong. I india ireland. Italy japan malaysia norway singapore south africa sweden switzerland the united kingdom and the united states. These people say that they emptied their retirement funds into these investing accounts and that the friendly account manager is they used to deal with are no longer answering their phone calls. Everyone's worst nightmare in october. Two thousand seventeen. The binary options industry became illegal in israel because it was thought to be fraudulent. Those people stopped working in the field and just moved over to selling foreign exchange bets crypto currency and other investments. The piece that we read here says israeli law enforcement has not indicted online offenders. If you go through this long article you'll see on their website an unbelievable number of disturbing accounts of people who lost just about everything putting their money into investing and not being able to get it out. Israeli defense for a soldier is detained. Four palestinians who tried to infiltrate israel from the gaza strip overnight between sunday and monday morning. Three of the four were found to have knives on them. One had bolt cutters on him as well. The suspects are now being questioned by israeli forces. Then early monday morning. Another group of palestinians were detained as well out of three suspects in the second group. Two of them had knives. We'll check back in here. Should we have an update.

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"israel" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Where you too can make a contribution and feel good knowing that you're supporting independent journalism. You can also support us by leaving us. A review on apple podcasts number. Two you can share the show with a friend and number three. You can follow us on social media at israel daily news as well as shanna fold. My name has two ends in it. And i'm very sensitive about that. I do wanna give a warm thank you to all of the people that reached out to me. I did ask a question a couple of days ago. How people would feel if the show. We came out two times a week. I received a lot of feedback from people saying that the israel daily news is truly their daily news for israel. They really come to this source for their news and they have been giving me so much support. I wanna thank everyone who's reached out to me and supported me. I appreciate it sometimes. That's all a person needs when they're in the midst of such a project as this one. So thank you to everyone. Six members of knesset are asking to remove their support for a letter that went out to unilever the company behind ben and jerry's in israel. The letter was sold to these parliament members as being a call to save the jobs of the one hundred sixty employees of ben and in the south..

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"israel" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"He's spoken a record on god gates. It's been number one for at least ten weeks maybe maybe eleven now And song makes some references to the nets tight. Have been also to ron's coming out and Here we see him performing it just this past april onstage. In with every leader in sort of a full circle moment who sang the first song we heard And they do a great performance very fun to watch all right. Well rachel i want to thank you so much for really want enjoyable. Our great artists great stories. Great information it is always i so appreciate your wealth of knowledge about so many things related to israel. Hebrew and israeli music is rarely culture and especially the eurovision song contest. You are our go to guy anytime. We have any questions you're right. They're always having the answers for us. So we we really appreciate all that do for the community and i. It's so great to have you on the show and really truly appreciate all you've done for our community thank you. That's very kind. And it's just a fraction of what you do. I mean your dedication to israeli music and spreading love of music and enhancing people's connections israel as unparalleled so it's just a delight to be here and to contribute a little to the show and i'm happy to answer your questions anytime. Well thank you so much. And i appreciate the kind words rich isaac of seattle washington. Thank you so much for joining us today on israel our radio and you have one more job today. Sign us up with big old on top secret last year. Before we hear. Ron dunker our pleasure of secret. Last year you vote to keep in mind off food that we really don't ruling dog only defeat at the god shaw through. Thanks was on the show. Thank you out the incoming record shinwa cale on. Hey thanks for tuning into israel our radio. I sure hope you enjoyed today's episode. If you did be sure to tell a friend about us you can also help grow by giving us a five star review on apple podcasts. And while you're there right down a few words about why you enjoy the show.

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"You had john stuart mill for example. The famous liberal philosopher writing about how the jews was on the vine gods of progress. Everyone reads that stories into israel into the story for the juice and regional going through this tangent. Benji said take it wherever you slight decided to go via really intention is the conversation about. Israel is so much older than modern israel and the symbols in israel in other. It's the the idea of you. Know the the return to zion or the exile or new jerusalem. These ideas that have been part of the western compensation part of western disco centuries money. It would be crazy to expect. That suddenly went off the two thousand years. The juice get their act together and build their own unknown nation state in the land of israel. The conversation about what is going that should suddenly completely disconnected from the fact that the world has said. I'll say obsessed stupid mildly about at the idea of israel and i and what it represents one example a much more recent example of an argument took place in a western country about israel specifically Britain and i want to impact with you. What the argument was and what it's really can you about. Britain as opposed to cutting you about israel is this compensation that that that the british adding. What's called the ira working definition of antisemitism. Ira is the international holocaust remembrance alliance. He woke up to a british jew and ask them. What is the ira working definition of. Semitism they will tell you they'll tell you because this was all over the front pages of the british newspapers wedding. Two thousand and nineteen the labor party controlled by the less. Jeremy corbyn basically decided to wage all out war of the jewish community in britain over the definition of anti scientists can israeli. What is the definition about semitism. They wouldn't have a clue. It's not on that right now. It's just not on the radar so in britain was and it was a real issue that i think may jewish community during uncomfortable..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Twenty eight statues cold. The kings of judah from king david going all the way out to the loss king of judah during the battle linian destruction of the temple. I'm they all located in paris. On the west facade of the notre dame cathedral the cathedral that down recently had a terrible flan built in the twelfth century on the fronts on the facade twenty eight jews at statues of jewish cakes and let's quite curious twi in france building. Twenty eight statues of Of the jews now you might understand why they would have other statues may be of jesus so all of his other proposals were also jews. But what the david. And all the other games and has a kaya kaya and all the other games have to do in medieval funds. Nothing immediately religious because he won't really religious tickets and then he wants to leave are interesting about the history. Which is the french. King started having themselves anointed with oil during the coronation. Ceremonies the pacing tradition outside the bible. They took the biggest idea of the divine right chains. Kings are given a right by god. In order to rule copied. it fronts and kind batman's where they got that are authority from fact. They claimed to have direct descent song. King david and from the vic line and that was something that strengthen their own plane two thousand years ago in france in a language that was sort of some sort of hybrid of old french and latin and french time there is a conversation that is happening about israel. But it's a conversation that's happening about. Asia asia and the french kings will ready reading themselves into this agent stories and they're reading this ancient story into themselves. It's nothing to do with the real country israel as you can see from these very white very european looking statues. It's the money to do with the real israel juice. This is compensation to the french. Having about themselves reading their run stories into the bible. Here is a hidden. Written by william blake. An english poet In the early eighteen hundreds it's cooled jerusalem. Let's the unofficial title giving good and it is essentially the unofficial national anthem of england jerusalem. Beds god save the queen. Obviously that's the national anthem of the united kingdom but when england and play football rugby against each other they have their own national anthems and english. Football plays rugby players. We'll stand up and say this song and did those feet. In ancient times walk upon england's mountains green and whilst the holy land of on england posture see this is like dating a mate about jesus visiting glastonbury. Anyway i did the countenanced. Ivine that skull and shine upon our clouded hills and was jerusalem building among these dark satanic. Mills i won't see some mental fight. Shammai sold sleep in my hand..

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"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Israel and give you insight behind. I'm your host. Mike entrepreneur and as you can see. We brought you another episode this week. This is actually a recording of a class. That lee who's a journalist and writer and translator presented to a group and i'll put a link back to explain what ramon was if those who don't now and we invited to speak to a group of college students about why israel conversation takes the tones that it does around the world journalism mental social media and governments. This is before the current crisis With hamas and the riots around israel but we thought gave a good Depth of context for even before those incidents occurred why that conversation often gets misrepresented and distorted..

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"israel" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"israel" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"With yahoo. Sheila kulon we as your tampa to islam chelsea there. I'm upper land. I think the recent elections in israel have made a lot of people feel very frustrated about the current state of nationalism in israel and trying to get along. You know it's been. It's been a tough road over these past few weeks when everybody has their own opinion in. Everybody just tries to yell. Allowed us to get their point across It's been difficult and a pair of song saying come on guys. We just need a little more love. We need a little more hard. We need a little more unity and we can get there. We can make it happen. Great song by ham aviv. Allush called hot one nation and before that brand new released today. Both of these are brand new by yoda. I'm going and yishai. Levy tuck shavuot lieke. Our nation would be just perfect if we had just a little more love. It's israel our radio episode. One zero seven seven celebrating. Israel's seventy third birthday on today's show. I cannot wait to see what the celebration looks. Like this year in israel the the tech s for your mode as it begins in israel on har herzl because last year it was so muted because of corona virus and now israel has almost totally come out of. Its like not a thing anymore in israel. And that's so exciting. It'll be so nice to see israel back to normal for this year's yomata mode the next song i wanna play for. You is always. It's not israeli. Capella group the maccabi. But it's so inspirational. Takes the words of david. Ben gurion's declaration of independence puts it to music and helps us realize what it is that we're celebrating this yo matsumoto's beginning with the words of ben gurion.

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