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Fresh update on "israel" discussed on Dan Wilcox
"D u Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Janine Herbs. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is in Israel, where officials are concerned about a possible US return to the Iran nuclear deal. As NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. The visit comes as Iran claims a terrorist act sabotage their nuclear facility. Iran reported a suspicious power outage at their Natanz nuclear facility shortly after they started operating advanced centrifuges. Israeli Public Broadcasting quotes an unnamed intelligence official as saying it was an Israeli cyber attack. This comes as defense secretary Austin became the first senior Biden administration official to visit Israel officials are discussing the Iran nuclear deal, which the Trump administration left in which President Biden is considering rejoining. That concerns Israel, which has been accused of disruptions to Iranian nuclear activities. Israel and Iran have also recently reported a string of attacks on their ships at sea. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Pace of coronavirus vaccinations is rising around the country as more than 35% of the total population has received at least one dose. But the average number of infections and hospitalizations for covert 19 are also on the rise. NPR's Joel Rose has more The average number of cases is climbing especially fast. In Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer blames the more infectious variant of the Corona virus that was first seen in the UK She's urging her state's residents to voluntarily take a two week pause on indoor dining and other gatherings. Here's Whitmer, speaking on CBS What's happening in Michigan today? Could be what's happening in other states tomorrow, and so it's on all of us to recognize we can squash where we're seeing hot spots. Wittmer is asking the Biden administration to surge additional vaccine doses to Michigan and other virus hot spots. So far, the White House is offering help but no extra vaccine. Joel Rose. NPR news Japan's Hideki Matsuyama won the Masters today and made history as Roxanne Scott from member station W. A B reports. The 29 year old is the first Asian born Manto win the golf tournament. Japan, where Matsuyama is from is known for its world class golfers to Japanese women have won championships. Matsuyama is the first Japanese man to win a major championship in the sport. The master's held every spring at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia is one of four major games and men's professional golf this weekend. A small group of protesters showed up near Augusta National Tub Jack Georgia's new restrictive voting law, Some Masters players have spoken out against Georgia's new law. For NPR News. I'm Roxanne Scott in Atlanta director Chloe Jiao took top honors at the 73rd annual Directors Guild Awards this weekend for her movie No Man's Land. She's the second woman and the first woman of color to earn the DJ Honor and at the British.
Iran calls Natanz atomic site blackout 'nuclear terrorism'
"Iran is calling a blackout at its Natanz atomic facility an act of nuclear terrorism the head of Iran's civilian nuclear program told state television the blackout was caused by sabotage the underground the town's facility houses centrifuges used to enrich uranium to Iran had just announced the testing of its latest I. R. nine centrifuge which it says will enrich uranium fifty times faster than its first generation of up beyond the suspicion as to responsibility for the blackout fell immediately on Israel Israeli media has reported that cyber attacks orchestrated by Israel was the cause because it was Sunday night Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu toasted his security chiefs the head of the Mossad intelligence agency at its side he spoke of the fight against Iran and its nuclear program and said Israel has transformed itself from helplessness into a world power I'm Ben Thomas
Fresh "Israel" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Starting in the Lacey from about two Marvin Road, often on up to G B L. A main gate. Our next report is at 604 of Evan Smith. Couple traffic. The Kamo forecast will be dealing with chili tense once again overnight, dropping to the low to mid thirties. But we're rebounding nicely into your Monday afternoon, boosting the mid fifties to the low sixties, and that warm up is really just getting started Temps warm up day by day, continuing all the way through the work week, extending even into next weekend. Are high. Temps could start with the seven by Friday with those seventies continuing into next Saturday and Sunday. And did I mention dry weather overall with that sunshine, continuing a meteorologist Abby Accounting, the Kama Weather Center. Israel has been providing the world with vital data about the real time effectiveness of the Fizer back scene with over 50% of Israelis fully inoculated data shows The shots are 95% effective. Israel.
U.S. defense secretary to visit Israel, Germany, NATO headquarters, UK
"An overseas trip. Defense Secretary Lloyd Ass is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the nation's defense minister to discuss and reaffirmed America's commitment to the US Israel strategic Partnership. In Germany. Secretary Austin will meet with counterparts to talk about combating the malign influence of shared strategic rival Meetings were also planned with the United Nations secretary general in Brussels and with defense officials in the U. K. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Everyone 16 and older in D. C
Fresh update on "israel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Offers signing bonuses not to executives but two cooks and kitchen staff Britain's Prince Andrew on the death of his father, Prince Philip, and what his mom the Queen is saying. You described it is having left a huge void in her life at the master is Hideki Matsui. Human makes history as the first Japanese champion today. CBS News brief on that Piper now 7 33. Iran is calling a blackout and atomic facility and act of nuclear terrorism. The head of Iran's civilian nuclear program told state television. The blackout was caused by sabotage the underground the town's facility houses centrifuges used to enrich uranium. Tehran had just announced the testing of its latest IR nine centrifuge, which it says will enrich uranium 50 times faster than its first generation. The suspicion as to responsibility for the blackout fell immediately on Israel, Israeli media has reported the cyber attack orchestrated by Israel was the cause. Sunday night, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu toasted his security chiefs, head of the Mossad intelligence agency at his side. He spoke of the fight against Iran and its nuclear program and said Israel has transformed itself from helplessness into a world power. Is China, ultimately responsible for the spread of cove in 19 across the world, a U. S top diplomat says there were some definite failure is Secretary of State Tony Blinken on NBC's meet, the Press said, while the World Health Organization's report on the origin of covert was inconclusive. China failed to take several steps at the outset in real time, give access to international experts in real time to share information in real time to, uh, provide real transparency. For those reasons, he says. The virus spread faster.
Electrical problem strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility
"Power has been lost said Iran's underground nuclear facility in Natanz the outage occurred just hours off the facility started up new centrifuges that would help it to enrich uranium pasta Iran's atomic energy agency spokesman confirmed to Rainier state TV that they hadn't been announced however the cause of the outage was still unknown Israeli media were rife with speculation that the power cut was the result of a cyber attack one of the reports of a new sourcing for the evaluation is ready media maintains a close relationship with its military and intelligence agencies if Israel because the blackouts it further heightens the tensions between the two nations already engaged in the shadow conflict across the white at least I'm Karen Thomas
Fresh update on "israel" discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Says the U. S. Must be the world leader in vaccinating for Cove in 19 lesson until the vast majority of people in the world of vaccinated. It's still going to be a problem for us, because as long as that the virus is replicating somewhere it could be mutating and that it could be coming back to hit us. Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press secretary of state Antony Blinken, Says the country is stepping up to take a leadership role in the vaccination process. He ended that we must help the rest of the world get their shots as well. So the virus cannot mutate somewhere else and come back to the states, John Kerry, reportedly heading the China next week to look for common ground on climate change. Washington Post, says Carrie, who serves as the U. S climate envoy will meet with Chinese officials in Shanghai. However, State Department spokesperson wouldn't go into any details said there were no travel announcements to be made. The U. S and Israel plan to work together when dealing with Iran and that country's nuclear ambition. Lisa Taylor. Report US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz met today to discuss Iran strategies. Gant says Israel will work with the U. S. To make sure any new arms agreement with Iran protects the state of Israel and the world. Austin says the commitment from the United States to Israel is enduring an ironclad. His visit is the first trip to Israel by a senior member of the Biden administration. I'm Lisa Taylor. The funeral for Britain's Prince Philip will be held next Saturday. Buckingham Palace says services will be held and ST George's chapel in Windsor on April 17th. On Lee 30 people, mostly family members will attend the ceremony. The Duke of Edinburgh will not lie in state for public viewing. The palace says the arrangements very much reflect Prince Phillips wishes. Queen Elizabeth's husband passed away at Windsor Cancel Friday morning at the age of 99. I'm Dean, you chill. Get it. Get it. Right. Talk Radio 7 90 ABC News, a four Oh, three. I'm Steve Coming. Two people are in custody.
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin lands in Israel
"His first trip, there is Pentagon chief Wanted to convey the Biden Harris administration's strong commitment to Israel and the Israeli people he met with ministers, including Benny Johnson said They talked about regional security challenges and U. S support for normalizing relations between Israel and other Arab nations. Saturday set a record for coronavirus
Fresh update on "israel" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
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The future of drone delivery in urban areas
"Hello and welcome to series three of the electronic specify insights podcast. Today we will be speaking to ills. Aw c o of airways who are provider of management systems for a manned traffic management and drone fleets the company's counting psychic pa in the world's first mesh network drug delivery test which is underway in harrow. Which is just outside tel aviv in israel the of this program is to showcase the new technology to come one of the main barriers skating up commercial drug operations namely the limitation on the number of drums back nominate operate in urban areas. So hello and welcome to the podcast. Hello joe hill. Thank you for old excellent. I think stuff off the perhaps. Tell me a little bit more about and weighs in the work that you guys do. And also role with the company so The and co founder. William was founded by ex israel air force personnel. Basically we bring vigneault. How on how to manage namic aerospace's. That's what i did in the reserve and we founded the to bring division you know. Let's a scalable. Jonah perations in autonomous environment over the urban skies. And what we hope to do is to take what we know on. How do you manage you know and complex environment of Era vacation in how you take it and for phillips within your other drawn technology that the now with emergency no everywhere around the globe. That's what we're planning to do. And that's what we actually doing them. The pilot Obviously will expand.
Israel: March of the Living Honors Medical Workers Battling COVID
"Israel's most over the living this year almost medical workers battling because the nineteen thousands of people usually take part in the March on the grounds of the former Auschwitz death camp which had been run by Germany in Poland but for the second year in a row the event took place virtually due to the quota virus pandemic the online ceremony has included a special award to Dr Anthony Fauci special medical adviser to president Joe Biden who was recognized the moral courage in medicine that she said he believes that the heating alts lie in the path of goodness the same part all of you he says have chosen in remembering and listening to the voices of those who perished in the Holocaust I'm Charles last month
U.S. State Department announces new video game diplomacy program
"Nationwide news as the US state department announced a new video game diplomacy program in conjunction with the nonprofit games for change the program seeks to engage over twenty seven hundred students in the US Israel United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in a virtual student Exchange program that will Center on the development and creation of socially impactful video games. The program's official name is The Game Exchange in its initial round will feature under-represented and under-served students from schools in New York City Atlanta and Detroit students will be taught aspects of video game development code in competition and the social impact of video games. The US state department has runs similar projects in years past involving music art stem acting film and radio as part of their diplomacy policies Susanna Pollock president of the program says that game design is a US export weather is US expertise to bring to other parts of birth. While bridging cultural gaps and sharing that expertise
Israel Attacks Iranian Command Ship in Red Sea
"Is calling an attack on an Iranian cargo ship anchored in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen. For years, the MV seven has been suspected of being a base for the Revolutionary Guard Explosives attached to the vessels. Hall exploded. State TV cited in New York Times story published Wednesday, which quoted an anonymous U. S officials saying Israel warned the U. S about a planned attack on the vessel. President Biden says that by April
A Tale of Two Artists
"I'm gonna talk about two artists. And i talk about a little bit of a controversy and a little bit of pettiness at a little bit of back and forth. And it's it's terrific. I love this whole story excited. I step i'm gonna tell you all about initial kapoor. No yeah. I knew you if you're not if you're not familiar with his name. He's a leading contemporary british indian artist. Who works in large scale. Abstract public sculpture so an issue kapoor was born in nineteen fifty four in mumbai india to an iraqi jewish mother and an indian punjabi his father. He spent his childhood and teen years in india but in nineteen seventy-one moved to israel. And that's where he decided to become an artist in nineteen seventy-three he left for britain to attend the hornsey college of art and the chelsea school of design kapoor earned money by working for an interior designer and then he went on to teach at wolverhampton polytechnic in nineteen seventy nine and he has been london-based ever since so kapoor became known in the nineteen eighties for his geometric or by amorphous sculptures using simple materials like granite limestone marble plaster and also pigment so these early sculptures are frequently simple curved forms. They're usually monochromatic. Maybe their brightly colored and he uses powder pigment to define and permeate the form so Sculpture wise a lot of sculptures seems to recede into the distance disappear into the ground or distort the space around them and since nineteen ninety-five he's worked with Basically polish stainless steel has been one of his great medium since nineteen ninety. Five and these works are mirror reflecting or distorting. The viewer in their surroundings kapoor has had a lot of accolades. He received the nineteen ninety one. Turner prize twenty eleven praemium imperiale in japan and in two thirteen he received a knighthood from queen. Elizabeth the
Israel's Netanyahu Slams Prosecution, Compares Corruption Trial To 'Coup Attempt'
"Is taking a page and a couple of phrases from Donald Trump's playbook. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at Israel's justice system as his corruption trial resumed. Cuff knew you so you're not because this is a coup attempt and a witch hunt, he said. The prosecution's first witness It's accused Netanyahu of forcing a popular news website to flatter him and smear his opponents. Robert
Israel's PM lashes out at prosecutors in corruption trial
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused prosecutors in his corruption trial of trying to oust him the embattled prime minister made a nationally televised statements in which he called the case against him a kid with him Netanyahu claimed the trial is threatening to undermine the way that the country status putting last month's parliamentary elections Netanyahu spoke shortly after his corruption trial resumes and with the country's president holding postelection consultations choosing the next prime minister designates the prime minister has been charged with fraud breach of trust and accepting bribes in three separate cases I'm Karen Thomas
Israel PM back in court as parties weigh in on his fate
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was back in court for his corruption trial Netanyahu's legal woes has prompted the country's political parties to weigh in on whether he should be the one to form a new government will step down to focus on his trial crowds gathered outside the courtroom taunting B. B. K. with the embattled prime minister and arrive to trial in which he has faced allegations of bribery fraud and breach of trust the March twenty third election was largely a referendum on his leadership but produced no clear verdicts after each election Israel's president is responsible for designating a party leader to try to put together a governing majority that decision it's usually kit Kats bots president Reuven Rivlin faces a difficult choice given the fragmented election results that left the Knesset Israel's parliament divided between thirteen parties with crude ideological differences I'm Karen Thomas
Christians mark Good Friday as some holy sites reopen
"Years. Nearly 100,000 were single adults, some 19,000 were unaccompanied Children. And for a second year, Christians mark Good Friday with subdued ceremonies of mid the pandemic. Religious sites reopened across Israel and the West Bank. And Franciscan friars lead worshippers In retracing the final steps
Can Vaccinated People Spread the Virus?
"You or do you not carry Cove it after you're fully vaccinated, the CDC is walking back a statement by its own director about that very question. Dr Rochelle Wolinsky has said publicly this week that the virus is not carried by those who are fully vaccinated for The New York Times reached out to the CDC reporting tonight that Dr Wolinsky spoke broadly about This and that it's possible that some people who are fully vaccinated could get Cove it. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Akers joins us earlier to clarify the situation confusing. So if you were fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shot or the first shot of J and J, then at that point, you're exposed to somebody with covert. What we know is about 70% of people will have no virus at all. 30% may have low levels of virus and a small number may be symptomatic. It's dramatically lower virus than if they weren't vaccinated. And the big question is, is it enough virus to spread to somebody else? We think potentially, it is enough to spread to somebody who's immune suppressed, but we don't know if it could spread. You know, a normal individual in those studies are ongoing study in college students, But we're not gonna know those results for several months. The data out of the UK and Israel show that is very unlikely, but it's not. This is clearly impossible. Is it possible to CDC is worried about saying you're completely covert free once you're fully vaccinated because it could lead to others who are around vaccinated people to perhaps let their guard down and lose the mask, not social distance and that the CDC couldn't affect cause a surge with its own guidance. Yeah, I think it, you know, and it's too soon, right? We don't have immunity passport, So you know, we can't say anybody who's that We've actually not where I'm at, because we don't have a way that document that you've been vaccinated presently, and at the same time we just don't have enough. 80. Yet we're collecting data as we go in areas that have been very heavily vaccinated, like the United Kingdom in Israel were doing trials here turn learn more, but there's no wheel test. Are you infectious?
Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election
"Their first parliamentary elections in fifteen years. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The longtime palestinian authority president faces a serious challenger. Candidates submitted their lists for elections next month. And there's a major shakeup marwan barghouti a popular figure serving a life. Sentence in israel is backing an independent list for parliament. Another candidate muhammadu to. Helen is backing another list. That means votes. That would have gone to palestinian president. Mahmoud abbas fatah party could be spread among multiple rival lists that could weaken the secular party and give its islamist rival hamas the upper hand in elections analysts say that might give president abbass reason to cancel the elections of haute which was aimed at unifying the palestinian territories after fifteen years of divided. Rule daniel
Palestinian Militant Will Challenge Abbas’s Party in Election
"Figure has the inside track and replacing my clue boss as the Palestinian president. The ladies for the media lines. Police free to attention in the Middle East is turning to Palestinian elections and fat sack leader Marwan Barghouti is emerging as a leading candidate to replace Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. The problem for Barghouti is that he's in an Israeli prison, serving five consecutive life sentences for murder. The popular Barghouti always places among top finishes in polls. While the octogenarian Abbas, who is presently in the 15th year of a four year term, appears to have lost the Confidence of the younger generation. As to Israel, releasing Barghouti experts don't dismiss the idea. A deal might be just what is needed in order to prevent a victory by the Iranian backed Hamas terrorist organization. I'm
Wisdom in Tough Decisions From Exodus 40
"Exodus chapter forty versus thirty four thirty eight. I just wanna read these last versus in the book of exodus and then pray according to them then. The cloud covered the tent of meeting. And the glory of the lord filled the tabernacle and moses was not able to enter the tent of meeting because the cloud settled on it and the glory of the lord filled the tabernacle throughout all their journeys whenever the cloud was taken up from over the tabernacle the people of israel would set out but if the cloud was not taken up then they did not set out to the day that it was taken up for the cloud of the lord was on the tabernacle by day and fire was in it by night and the site of all the house of israel throughout all their journeys and dust. The book of exodus. What picture. I so much we could talk about here. Pray in light of here. But i specifically want to lead us to pray for god's direction in our lives. I'm guessing there some who are listening right now her walking through some major decisions in their lives. So you've got big decisions to make and you're praying god. Please show me what to do. What do i do next. What big decision to make here. That affects maybe not just even my life from my family but in fact so many different people and the way to that decision is is weighing. Heavy on you. There's others who may not be making those kinds of decisions but the reality is we make decisions every day and don't we want to be led by god in every single one of those decisions and this is right one of the most common questions that christians asked like. How do i know god's will for my life. How do. I know what god is leading me to do. And we could read a passage like exodus for you and be like well. That would make it easy. I just look where the cloud goes and follow the cloud
The Israeli Election: What Just Happened and What Comes Next
"Israel's fourth election is behind us. What does that mean. A new prime minister. An old one a fifth election in other words. What made this election different from all other elections here to break down the results is alison kaplan summer a journalist with aretz and a panelist on the promise podcast alison welcome to the show. Hi how are you good. Good so you posted a reminder earlier this week that the definition of insanity doing something over and over again and expecting different results so did. Israel's fourth election produce a different result. No it did not actually. So i guess that makes us officially clinically insane. The fourth election and We now have about more than ninety. Eight percent of our votes counted appears to be another political deadlock in which nobody can really figure out how someone is going to assemble. This mosaic or. Maybe it's like a rubik's cube of hardy's into an actual ruling government coalition. Well were there any new developments. The headline of the election is that the fate of the nation seems to be in the hands of a conservative arab islamist dentist named mansour abbas who is the head of the islamic united arab list who decided to do something very radical selection and break away from the joint arab list run independently and basically say publicly before and after the election that he is going to be willing to join or work with any israeli government coalition that serves the arab sector in terms of giving it enough funding in terms of getting it enough resources and that's really Revolutionary in israeli politics and again with the jewish society jewish political parties deadlocked. It looks like his four seats. It looks like he's headed towards having four seats in this election. Could tip the balance either towards allowing prime minister benjamin netanyahu to have a ruling government coalition or allowing the group of parties that oppose netanyahu to form a coalition in both cases on both sides is going to be very difficult. Delicate some say impossible negotiation.
"israel" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge
"But I think there's an example with is actually. It could be even a practical difference because how you behave in other words. My kids came to me. Oh we WANNA go out perm night. I'm like I really don't think you should. That's that's an optional thing to do. So why are you going to a place? That's crowded? I the question is how much do you change your life? You're also like I mean my father you know till one hundred and twenty s eighty seven. He just made a couple years ago. He takes the buses. He's you know. And now what does he do now does he completely does he go into self quarantine even though he doesn't have to but that also has an effect on someone's life you know if you cut off everything then then also has a morale drops. There's a balance you know. That's why I tell. People don't take on more measures than than the Ministry of Health has imposed upon. You know I think that's good advice. I think people and that's where you you you you see people waiting between how much they trust government and don't trust government right. That's exactly right through. Yeah yeah that's a good yardstick. Am I doing with the Health Ministry recommended because I really say I mean again? I just I feel like these group of people you can rely on them to know. I mean because I one thing that I was having a discussion with my daughter yesterday because of course she wants to be canceled of course but it it. There's a there's a conflict there which is not a clear to me as a citizen. Which is you can't have people more than hundred people in together at once and my daughter goes to school with hundreds of kids. Go on the lobby and they get so it's unclear and a germ. I mean let's say without being too gross like somebody sneezes on a banister and it's two hours later I can pick up. The question is nobody knows. Exactly how long the viruses lasting with fans? Yeah exactly they don't know so that's why they said the transmission. Yeah because they just don't have enough information on it. They say fifteen minutes with six feet. 'cause they know you have to have some kind of presence with the person who's sick so that's why they're saying you know obviously like you work in. High Tech Company. You know what? I'm saying that it was going to be more than one hundred people in your building. You're working with however you're not all gathering in one room for more than fifteen minutes to like. Listen to whatever so. The drew the line at being in a room with one hundred people building walking around. I mean a bus people are in and out all day. Did you see they've now? They've cordoned off the front row. Donald drive on the driver. Look at Dr a person's I'm not gonNA come to work. I'M NOT GONNA meeting people all day coming out. I mean I make sense but on the other hand. I'm not getting on a bus now. I'm saying I'm reflecting a lot of people's thoughts. I think it's not safe for the driver. Well because he's being exposed to understand I'm like I'm trying to get down to the guy on the street. What is he or she thinking? No but that's why I've I think you're communist so helpful because you're saying you have professionals. They're giving you guidelines if you're in their guidelines you should feel confident and not stress. You shouldn't feel anxious. 'cause you're in now? I think the guidelines as they change but that distresses it to know that somebody who's covering it. I think you're right though that people Allen said that About people not trusting the government. It's a problem. It is a problem but I think also for me the problem is like I need to get it. You know what I mean like. Listen to you I mean I. It's okay so ran seventy Schwa- I'll do it and then I need to understand it. Also so as long as I can understand it even if I trust government in general but if you're saying okay but I can look I can go to resources where it's explained and I'll get it and now that'll help me distress a bit. I think we have to throughout the point of Boulevard Government is the fact that we are in a year of volatile government Situation and where we could say s whereas Viva has. The great has a great experience of being actually knowing the people who are making the decisions and having confidence in them overtime over time is the citizen. I don't know those people all those politicians and I don't have a lot of confidence in them because they've your oaken it over the last year. So now you're coming you know you're getting up. You're telling me I should be doing this and that but like I see you as like very self interested not being able to get things together you know etc etc etc. Yeah I it's a it's a very it's a very thinking about. The government is the national sport in Israel. But it's broken. They're certainly has. The confidence in government has been broken down worse over the last year and our current took over the last year in Israel particularly. We're talking about and I think that that it it certainly has affected how people respond to government That's where Rulings House policies in the situation. Exactly and what we should be doing now. Even though what they're reporting the news is that for the vast majority of Israelis there following the following the record not the recommendations of the ruling by the way and this I never thought I'd seen Israel people who are violating their Corinthian or getting reported. Yeah like that's the Israel is such a no snitching culture like don't be a stinker but on this people are saying bucking the system. Yeah I'm not going to be the friar. Why should I listen to them? Tell me here I do think. There is also very hypochondriac. Oh Are we yes interesting? I really appreciate the politics aside. I really appreciate how the prime minister presented it as..
"israel" Discussed on Israel Story
"Hey israel's story listeners this is me she and you might be hearing some music in the background and that is because we are at my wedding my wedding i'm getting married so i just stepped up the dance for for a minute to say thank you guys so much for listening to israel story and joining us for season three and go to our website israel's story dot org and fill out the listener survey we learn so much from your responses to keep them flowing in all right so i'm going to go back to my wedding now but thank you all so so much shalom shalom and alibi so as a little way of saying thank you here's a tiny behind the scene snippet from a few months ago when zev levion i were out reporting story together twenty first february this is ever levi interviewing msci hamam in the car on the way back from is connor missy why is israel story called israel's story and not israeli story wow that's a good question why forgot to p dealer liens house i mean it could also be something as mundane as israeli story dot org existed but probably not i think this was intentional actually israel's story israel's story israel story it seems much more snazzy much as a lot of a lot of of possess it really does israel israel story where do you work i work for israel story israeli story does not sound like particularly snazzier sexy think israel store you're like that's a buzzword i'm she harmon and we'll be back next season so till then shalam shallow shalom shalom shalom shalom shalom shalom and the alibi
"israel" Discussed on Israel Story
"Was like this is what we're doing let me show you you know you know right susie had a great time in israel but even more so she had a great time with thicky always thinking of like the next big thing you know he was like very happy very in touch with his emotions he's always happy to just hang out he's really laid back it was refreshing did signed moshe seeks barons were surprisingly welcoming of this non jewish girl from oklahoma and not if he picked susie saw everything is okay susie actually remembers a bit more pressure to the turns to me when i first meet and she said family is everything like okay i don't know what that means everything back in oklahoma suzy's family also had some adjusting to do my father was a german born older guy he grew up in world war two berlin so i asked sounds like how do you feel about a meeting in israel and so susie i don't care springy grandchildren when i came to israel to visit my dad called in when it speak to tiki in two key like holds a phone away from him and he's like your father keeps trying to speak yiddish timmy but i don't speak it i guess my dad was like you're jewish doesn't everyone speak yet soon after she returned to thailand from her visit in israel suzy received a phone call from oklahoma they just said like you need to get on a plane dead's had a heart attack he died a few hours later when i went to oklahoma me and my brother like cared for mom that month and helped her sort things out and see key from faraway east row was suzy's rock i just remember talking about bush shit steak he could never match.
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"Flick church suzy basically knew nothing about israel like i just assumed it was this dusty old middle eastern country that no one would want to go visit whereas zeki on the other hand was that big zionist he was very passionate about me knowing israel knowing judaism you know when we spoke of our future together in what was possible he was always very much like yeah but we have to go back to israel israel needs people like us that's right it didn't take long before these thailand flink turned serious and they began talking about sharing a life together there was a lot of chemistry i think that's when you kind of know you met someone who's gonna change your life forever because it was really this instinct chemistry this instant passion in this instant willing to like figure out how to make it work they did long distance see shortly after they met seeking came back home to israel and began studying management and behavioral sciences at been good in university in the negative here's his mom tirtza was very very good student and in the meantime half a global way suzy kept on teaching english in her small tie village but their love for each other it just grew stronger and stronger by the day we kept leg video diaries and then every seven days he would send them put on cd rom after a few months of these proto blogging suzy came to visit saiki in israel he's like you must see everywhere in israel we took your little car from beersheva to haifa meeting all of his friends the dead sea everywhere like i had to do everything i had a short warmer i had i had to have bumble every day.
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"Two all israel's population and immigration authority which handles requests from asylum seekers declined to be interviewed about palms case but after many emails and phone messages they did send me an official response mr pyan fairly came to israel almost two years ago as an artist and poet with an exceptional authorisation granted by then interior minister and with the support of the relevant minister his entry was approved for two weeks only that part is underlined and in bolt mr failure did not uphold his nations and did not leave the country at the end of two weeks but instead applied for a silom with a unit responsible for silom secret soon after as is well known the unit deals with thousands if not tens of thousands of asylum requests and mister baileys request is also being dealt with so that's the foam lancer from into office i think the toilet of the answer tells you most of the story they could easily give him an asylum and we were up to mystic that that's what will happen even good the store for israel and yet the action was very clearly hosted but governmental hostility notwithstanding and unlike in iran or even internally plan can live openly as a gay man in tel aviv it's a gay city or no he is free to himself he's safe not only that i am feels at home here he feels rayleigh people made me this feeling part of the family this isn't just an empty boast pie surrounded by israeli friends sprinkles his sentences with hebrew words and looks an next the part of a hip gay telaviv e pi i'm still writes every day when we meet he reads me parts of his latest work but who read it unlike in america europe there is no natural persian readership here no community of iranian intellectuals in exile whom he could join and who could support him for someone else maybe this wouldn't be such a burden but for beyond the only things that can explain myself we say it's the time right i don't know with this who my sarah halili pam's english translator told me that this is not only a personal loss for him but also for persian literature i think this work could be a groundbreaker lead site however.
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"But judy ism in israel had been pam's imaginary refuge ever since he was a teenager listen always i thought if something happened and they have to leave iran the only place that i can live in its israel and so a few weeks later plan failing landed at bangor in airport from the moment he arrived pam was hardy planning to apply for permanent asylum in israel as a non jewish iranian there's really no other way for him to stay in the country longterm his arrival made a monumental splash isreaeli and international press by was photographed by the mediterranean sea for the new york times on the roof of the tel aviv city hall for a ap and did the rounds of the morning shows on his rayleigh tv after a few months though when the attention had died down he became just one of tens of thousands of asylum seekers living in the country and israel as you might guess is not an easy place to be a refugee most asylumseekers here come from africa particularly wartorn eritrea and sudan these refugees have been in the news a lot lately the same mary regular who was so instrumental in plums case famously called them a cancer you'd think by international fame and husband benefit for israel would mean just jump the line but pam had to follow the same standard procedure for gaining political asylum as everyone else the problem was supposed to jerry's it has no time line so his insistent but that's where it stops that's guy colli pam's lawyer it's very common situation will silence kills just wait the request is pending for use in deal while they wait asylumseekers don't have access to the country's regular health insurance system and can't get legal work permits but being an iranian asylum seeker has its particular challenges pyan isn't even allowed to open a bank account when i went to the bank they told me maybe i will send the money to the or i i'm not sure if they need my five thousand shaquille every month to.
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"His evenings during the week different time saturdays and sundays and as i say if everybody is equally mad at me i'm doing a good gesture monarch our new sabas is on a wednesday yes deal with that of now i know that even even even particularly in jewish schools as soon as you mentioned anything to do with israel people go bonkers i mean there's tremendous tremendous tensions surrounding any small decision that you make do you find that to be the case here the classes are all named after cities in israel are there people in the community jewish and nonjewish alike or like i don't like how israel centrica school is or why don't you teach kids about beano politics or netanyahu or stuff like that yeah i think lasso then that explicit statement they're saying an lattes balance had with the harline studies fight we are in harlem so we do israel studies and we do harland study say you heard the boys talking about that a little bit and i think again families know what they're signing up for when they bring their kids here and we we are explicit to say that duallanguage in hebrew and israel studies as part of our mission um but they're not saying that they don't want that were that that's not okay they're saying where's the balance with the harlem study so we've been working really hard to make sure that we're honoring all aspects of our school community may be the solution maybe that's would jewish day schools who so do a having harlem studies to and then of amy chilean and being free but also how beyond helford you've heard curfew is there any coercion i didn't ask you that i should have.
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"And it's it's the only thing in jerusalem that hasn't changed since that it's just it's almost completely intact and israel never never touched it like a fossil of nineteen sixty seven almost nothing has happened on the top of tillett food since the guy in his friends conquered in half a century ago and why is that god knows that jerusalem is growing at a dizzying pace every possible vacant lot has been turned into a new apartment building every last green valley your terraced hill has become a new neighbourhood her shopping center but telling full is different ironically it's ambiguous ownership an unclear legal status or what spared it from the things of real estate developers and municipal city planners it's just too sensitive and no one neither the israelis nor the jordanians wanna touch it his anc too the lead the blue multibit almatrafi quartz use it would spark a diplomatic crisis at the very highest levels were somewhat had told me who sam is the director of the meanhile akila bit anina which is sort of like being the mayor of the neighbourhood and he's right any movement at all on this hill any construction and excavation any attempt to clean it up he felt would be seen as an assault on jerusalem's delicate often unspoken status quo something will take place if for example the palestinian group from but aninat would try to establish the the hashemite structure as community center than it would seem to the israeli authorities this kind of a creeping takeover that's it unsafe key hour that jerusalem geopolitics expert again if group of settlers will entered the structure suddenly then of course it will done on all the alarm bells in amman thing.
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"We then skipped a decade tonight thousand fifty eight in pits kaleem new immigrant from iran who came to israel with the dream and with persian rugs known in israel as a compliment is known as a the competent ten years later we marched with shimon gala and the extravagant posts sixty war military parade in the newly unified jerusalem a when you are small thing looks like a mountain and then heard how fourteen year old palestinian alec label didn't quite share she moans excitement it says like sea monster monster movie these were is one of the most lastly we jumped up in the air as todd bodine his mcabe telaviv teammates put us on the map with their utah victory in the european championship but bob and today we pick up where we left on you'll not smote nineteen eighty eight so all the stories we've heard up until now on this journey were at least for me part of history in order to report them we dove into archives read old newspapers interviewed people the age of our grandparents but nineteen eighty eight is different it's the first independence day in our series that i actually remember myself well sort of i was five and we had just come back to israel from a long sabbatical in america but i'm not alone it was the first for many people katie pulver men went to talk to a bunch of them it was my first independence day it was very exciting really very exciting nate youssef okay i'm your should begun i was born in soviet union in moscow in nineteen search to before the great war youssef remembers the exact date he made aliyah eighty eighteen eight hundred january twenty members.
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"You see i'll tell you what my plan was my plan was to sneak off the plane the same way i snuck on the plane and find a bicycle and find it abuts go off on the bicycle caboose and then pretend i didn't know who i was and they'd have to adopt me though is the plan that i had and it was not going to work obviously it was they had me but i still wanted to stay i mean i came all this way and so it went on more questions more heated debates behind closed doors then finally the airport security folks presented him with their decision we're going to let you stay for one day but you have to sign this paper that says you're not going to run away victor signed and the clock started ticking and so then i was taken to the home of believe he was either the head of the airline el al or he was the head of the airport yep that's right after running away from home sneaking onto an airplane and traveling roughly fifty six hundred miles across the world for free victor was given the royal treatment they tried to pack as much of israel into a single day they possibly could back at the home of the head of al or the airport or whoever that guy was neighbors crowded around victor like he was some kind of celebrity after that he and the officials family went out for a nice bike ride followed by a tour of java and if i'm lou and then he was bundled into another families car and whisked away to jerusalem we get to truce lem and they bring me to what i've since learned how as the damascus gate and we walked through the damascus gate and suddenly i was in the old city of jerusalem and we went away to the wall the kotel and i put onto villain and i said the bronco whatever you know they told me to do it was i was just a state of disbelief d from there he was shepherded back to tel aviv where he stayed the night and the following morning i went with the older son to get bread and it was just fun to be in this environment of leaving the house walking down the street going to a bakery just like normal life but in israel victor spent his last few hours touring tel aviv with his hosts the wife took him to the top of tallest building in town mcdowell shalom to get a full view and then she took me to the airport where it was catching the flight back to new york the return flight was less exciting than a stowaway leg day before they made a stop in london but i was not allowed off the plane i had no documents had no passport i had nothing then just over forty eight hours after he left victor was back where he started at jfk airport he stepped off the plane preparing himself for his parents wrath and whatever other fallout was coming his way dark by then and we were met by in l a pr person tall dutiful woman who led me into a room where there were reporters and i actually had a news conference nick still has a recording of that interview on a vinyl record fellow vic alone how do you feel fine entire what did you do took a plane to israel my parents were there these reporters there and some other folks their neighbors of ours and they interviewed me and the decision was just impulsive despite like reading that always wanted to go to israel why i belong in israel it's my country when you said you just wanted to go was it that you wanted to get away from home for awhile possibly i'm not sure myself i just felt like leaving how do you feel now that you've been over there did you like it i enjoyed wonderful time in israel would you go back yes i would i will no i'll be paying passenger end of this impromptu press conference the reporters turn to victor's father mr rodak it's traditionally dad's job to administer discipline have you given any consideration as to what you're going to do well i think when we get home we're going to have a long talk my wife and i will decide what will what we will do in regard to victor are you a whopping father or do you rely on psychology no i can understand some of the things that motivated him but i certainly do not condone what he did we're going to.
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"For some kids it's space or the moon for me i grew up in the seventies it was the soviet union where in my mind little girls got to where poofy red bows in their hair and drink hot chocolate all the time since it was so cold outside for victor rodak that place was israel victor grew up in far rockaway a scrappy seashore community in queens new york he says israel infatuation didn't come from his parents who only seemed to remember they reduced from the high holidays rolled around instead it started with a library book called journey to the promised land about a yemenite family in their trip to israel i discovered israel and would impressed me was israel seemed to be a place where children i was a child obviously at the time were welcome you know straight about the holocaust and children who are orphans brought israel and taking care of and giving love and attention and all these wonderful things as oldest of four kids maybe victor felt like those wonderful things were in short supply at home anyway at about that same time victor also fell in love with international travel or at least the idea of it this he sure came from his mom my mother when we were kids she would take down to see big ocean liners the day that they sailed because back then you can visit these big ships she had wanderlust she wanted to travel she never traveled very much but she wanted to go to europe and we were we must behaved she'd threaten us and say if you don't behave not taking you on the boat to europe around the time of his bar mitzvah these two passions israel and international travel were starting to converge into some sort of a plan victor had studied israel's history sponsor men's in geography into graffiti and he was determined in that way that only fourteen year old boy can be determined to get there one morning he noticed an ad in the weekend newspaper next listings for summer camps in language programs can lose spend at hakodate cure in israel's it.