18 Burst results for "Israel Museum"

Habima to Be Owned by Tel Aviv Municipality Following Financial Crisis

The Promised Podcast

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Habima to Be Owned by Tel Aviv Municipality Following Financial Crisis

"Come to promised cast brought to you on t. v. One the voice of the city that this week announced that it is taking ownership of the national theatre habima and in so doing taking on one hundred million shekels in debt that habima has run up over the past years and in doing all this bringing to a happy conclusion a crisis that we first became aware of a year and a half ago in november twenty nineteen when a man named core case safron sued demanding that the company liquidated its assets and use the proceeds to pay the four million. It owed him for telemarketing services provided to habima by his company. Power dialing at the time the press made saffron out to be a grinch like figure shutting down the world's oldest hebrew theatre for something as unexhausted money filthy lucre. But the fact is you have to do a lot of power dialing. Run up a tab of four million shekels and it's like the old saying goes don't the cold call if you ain't got the windfall. It's the saying. I've heard a lot of people say that anyway. During the hearing it came out that the national theatre was much worse debt than anyone knew so much that that it was like an iceberg and the four million telemarketing chuckles. Were only the small little point. You see above the waterline. Which debt of course only got lots worse during the pandemic and of course the national government has an approved a budget since march twenty eighteen. Meaning that it would be complicated. And maybe even impossible for the treasury and ministry of culture in jerusalem to bail out the theater even if they were of a mind to do it and finally tel aviv mayor room the stepped up and negotiated a deal whereby the theater would become a municipal corporation like the art museum and the land of israel museum in the cinematheque and the camera theater. The director general of habima. A man named noam semel who was hired just over a year ago to steer the national theatre through its financial crisis said quote the tel aviv. Municipality is the mother and father that the bima has never had and quote

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"israel museum" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Two families with the help virtual reality technology is being held at the Israel museum not far from Arab neighborhoods in Jerusalem or thousands of Palestinians live. Daniel Landau is the artist behind the installation. We reach mister landow in Tel-Aviv Daniel London. What do see when they first walk into your exhibition? Basically, fishing day will need is to living room, sort of stuck together, though they'll be an Arab groom adjacent to Israeli Jewish living room. And throughout these rooms, they have the our headset and putting them on. They will actually be meeting members of the family from each side. What do the living rooms look like and how do they differ? Then they might even seem sit up, but then the more you pay attention. On the detail, you actually find characteristics of the different cultures. So the religious Jewish side, we have a lot of religious Jewish books, photos of rabbis or kind of dichotomy. Whereas the side has more Arabic, traditional kind of pieces and furniture. And the fact of the matter is that these two places are exact replicas of the two families. I met tell me about the families where they hard to find in the first place, extremely hard. So start with the Palestinian side Palestinians, nobody was not collaborate and not participate in Israel projects, especially on a national scale, national radio museum faith in Jerusalem, and I actually got to hear about this unique person that goes by the name seventeen. He was in militant, but he. Just had a hundred and eighty degrees shift into nonviolent resistance, and he really put the sore the side. So he really was a rare case that for him, he was not afraid to be part of the project, and he was also in any danger and what what was the composition of his family? So he, he has seven kids, his wife passed away, but and historian pretty painful because his Sista paralyzed U2. shot by Israeli sniper. He was in the first in fod arrested wasn't jail over a year. His brother was in jail, longest periods. That's basically his setting and on the other side.

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"israel museum" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible

Exploring My Strange Bible

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible

"So begins with this, this confession of the heart, but then they're actually is something concrete and real that you do, and it has to do with the building and actual building that's in Jerusalem and saw show you a picture of a reconstructed picture of it from Israel museum in Jerusalem. Just look at that so awesome. So this is this is one of the coolest maps. It's this fully. It's this large scale reconstruction of Jerusalem in Jesus's time period in the first century, in Israel museum in Jerusalem about half a football field, the size of this model. It's so awesome. You can spend hours they're cruising around. And so from this vantage point right here, it's as if you're standing on the mount of olives to the east and you, this is what you would see. And so on the left there that red roof structure there that's called the colonnade or the portico of Solomon. It's called in the book of acts of this is where all the money changes would be when people come. And this is where they would exchange their money and come by animals. And so on and buying animals is really key to enacting God's forgiveness on your behalf. So here's, I mean you're up in Galilee and you steal your neighbors donkey or something like that, right. And so what do you do you do? I confess and pray, but then you get on your donkey, you know, and you go to Rousselin and you go, if you don't want to carry Lammi with you, you could do that. But if you didn't want to, you could just bring some cash exchange it right there by an animal. And then you go from the red roof structure across the courtyard. Zoom in. We can zoom in what's more on the on the temple, and so then you would come and you would come that little gold door and there would be a line there because there's a hundred people in front of you that stole their neighbors donkey or whatever. So they're all they're a very public. Very public experience is doing this. And so your turn would come up and then a priest, a priest would greet you and what are they doing right through the goal doors inner courtyard. And that's where the large like this tall huge big alter is. And since you're coming midday the prese they start their day with white clothing. By this point, the day it's just bloody because it's it's like a butcher shop, right? And what are they doing their lottery? They're sacrificing animals, and so you come to the altar prese guide you. You have this conversation before the God of Israel whose presence dwells in the temple. You name what you've done. The priest takes this lamb and slits throat and pours its blood into a bowl, just just think about how this role is experiences right? You're watching this animal die because of the wrong that you have done, right? You've made a stupid central decision you've contributed once again to this world is such a screwed up place, and so you're watching this is a symbol that's meant to to help you understand the gravity of our decisions that are decisions matter and they create real ruin in the world. And so this animal dies on my behalf, and then it's body is burned. Burned on alter. Atonement is made. My sin is covered. The pre says to me, your sins are forgiven. There you go. I could have read Leviticus chapter four to you, but instead I did this. So there you go, that's how it works. And and if you are in Israel and Jesus day, this is not league Listrik. This is not oppressive to you. This is awesome because you stole your neighbors donkey and although I can just say, I'm sorry to God. It still leaves this chasm in this rift in the relationship and God and his grace and mercy has dwelt among us despite our sin and selfishness. And he's provided a very clear way for my sins to be covered and for my guilt to be dealt with..

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"israel museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Desert of judea some in the active acidity of qom rahm now have they found any of it today well uh one um runs richer ah at archeologist went out into the desert with metal detectors immediately ring that the copper scrawl i'm serious what a whole book about it in fact and found not a trace not a trace tried to track down these clues but like all these other things in in the scrolls they're very cryptic killings going to see that the schools are wrong or he interpreted them wrong yeah are we just don't understand the coup properly and interestingly enough the very last item on that copper scroll when i read this many times did it declares that and in a pick and we don't know what pit it is there is a copy of this document with a measurement and the inventory and a list of each thing and other thing that's what it says copy of this document so i have long asked myself might the one that was found have been some kind of decoy and but copy contain the actual locations but we've never found the coffee nobody knows where it is i i do have a friend however who believe that the copper scroll does give accurate locations for the treasure he's a friend of mine and eat he's been out there on site he's even worked with the history channel to see if they can uncover my got lot would just be worth skin how patten's on how much of it were actually found i mean obviously inestimable but but my friend believes that among vat poured if treasure might in fact be the ark of the covenant my god maui who would own it if they sound it oh that's another issue even geopolitics gets involved in this is as i mentioned there are claims by the jordanians now that even the scroll that we currently have in the israel museum of jerusalem really belong to the government of jordan because all of this stuff was not israel what have we found it was it was part of the british mandate which became jordanian and ultimately palestinian uh so uh who would own as well um this is this is all in the areas that israel claims as its own right now so let's say that israel would only that that's where i come down but.

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"israel museum" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on KELO

"Desert of judea some in the exact if acidity of qom ron now how are they found any of it today well uh one um runs richer ah at archeologist went out into the desert with metal detectors immediately for ing but the copper scrawl i'm very sort of all book about it in fact and found not a trace nodded tracing tried to track down these clues but i like all these other things in in the scrolls they're very cryptic killings going to see that the schools are wrong or he interpreted them wrong yeah are we just don't understand the clues properly in interestingly enough the very last item on that copper scroll and i i've read this many times it it declares that in a pick and we don't know why pitted is there is a copy of this document with a measurement and the inventory and a list of each thing and other thing that's what it says copy of this document so i of long asked myself might do one that was found that have been some kind of decoy um but copy contain the actual locations but we've never found the copy nobody knows where it is i i do have a friend however who believe that the copper scroll does view accurate locations for the treasure he's a friend of mine and he's been out there on site he's even worked with the history channel to see if they can uncover my god what would be worse kim oh depends on how much of it were actually found i mean obviously inestimable but but my friend believes that among for it if treasure might in fact be the ark of the covenant martin got to own it if they found it oh that's another issue at all and even geopolitics gets involved in business as i mentioned there are claims by the jordanian now that even the scrolls that we currently have in the israel museum of jerusalem really belong to the government of jordan and because all of this stuff was not israel what have we found it was it was part of the british mandate which became jordanian and ultimately palestinian uh so uh who would own as well um this is this is all in the areas that israel claims as its own right now so let's say that israel would only that that's where i come down but.

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"israel museum" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The desert with metal detectors immediately for england the coffers grow unfair is what all book about it in fact and found not a trace knowledge race tried to track down these clues but like all these other things in in the scroll fare very cryptic killings going to say to you that the schools are wrong or he interpreted them wrong yeah are we just don't understand the clues properly in interestingly enough the very last item on that copper scroll on i read this many times it it declares that and in the pit than we know what pitted is there is a copy of this document with a measurement and inventory and a list of each thing and other things that's what it says copy of this document so i have long asked myself might do one but was found have been some kind of decoy and the copy contain the actual locations but we've never found a copy nobody knows where it is i i do have a friend however who believe that the copper scroll does give accurate locations for the treasure he's a friend of mine and he he's been out there on site he's even worked with the history channel to see if they can uncover my god what would this be worse kim call it depends on how much of it were actually found i mean obviously inestimable but but my friend believes that among them that ford of treasure might in fact be the ark of the covenant marta when own it if they found it oh that's another issue at all it even geopolitics gets involved this is as i mentioned there are claims by the jordanians now that even the scrolls that we currently have in the israel museum of jerusalem really belong to the government of jordan's because all of this stuff was not israel when it was founded we split was part of the british mandate which became jordanian and ultimately palestinian uh so uh who would own that well um this is this is all in areas that israel claims as its own right now so let's say that israel would only that that's where i come down but.

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"israel museum" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Enough the very last item on that copper scroll and i i've read this many times it it declares that in a pit them we don't know what pitted is there is a copy of this document with a measurement and the inventory and a list of each thing and other things that's what it says copy of this document so i of long asked myself might the one that was found have been some kind of decoy and the copy contain the actual locations but we've never found the copy nobody knows where it is uh i do have a friend however who believes that the copper scroll does give accurate locations for the treasure he's a friend of mine and he's been out there on site he's even worked with the history channel to see if they can uncover my got what would this be worth kim oh it depends on how much of it were actually found i mean obviously inestimable but but my friend believes that among them that poured of treasure might in fact be the ark of the covenant all my god maui who would own it if they found it oh that's another issue at all and even geopolitics gets involved in this is as i mentioned there are claims by the jordanian now that even the scrolls that we currently have in the israel museum of jerusalem really belong to the government of jordan because all of this stuff was not israel when it was founded we split was part of the british mandate which became jordanian and ultimately palestinian uh so uh who who would own as well um this is this is all in the areas.

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"israel museum" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on WGTK

"Seventy six i'll tell you in just a moment and right now the idea that the place on the map the only place on the map where the israeli government operates where the prime minister's residences where the president's residence residences where the parliament meets where the supreme court sits where nearly all of the major government bureaus are where the leading cultural institutions are located including the israel museum and theaters and concert halls and universities the hebrew university is in jerusalem which is the more most prestigious i think you could save educational institution israel it's all there in jerusalem so one of the questions at president trump posed yesterday that i think was very effective was if jerusalem is not the capital of israel what is now a lot of people have embassies in fact all the countries that have diplomatic relations with israel have their embassies in tel aviv and e a israel under the theory that it's better to have diplomatic relations have operating embassy somewhere that they're fine with at tel aviv is the financial center for people who are not familiar with israel levin visited their it's like the difference between new york and washington dc new york has a bigger city tel aviv as a bigger city than jerusalem new york's also the financial centre of the country but it's not the national capital the national capital is washington dc it has been since an 1800 sexually little bit before it's a seventy ninety nine i think the government first moved down to washington dc moved from philadelphia and or they were in new york originally for a couple of years in philadelphia ten years than in washington dc in any event at israel always from the time of independence the capital has been jerusalem and that that lead palestinians burn where they burning what are they burning yeah i mean this is this is like really serious couldn't see this one coming there there are burning tires in the west bank and in gaza and east jerusalem palestinians are burning tyres they're burning flags they're burning american flags and israeli flags and you know once do our are the israeli bullies rushing.

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"israel museum" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"In a substance in terms of it's about a this glade of happiness between two world wars and it is about somebody wrestling with having created something that is taken over their life and taken over the life of that child needs about a child feeling betrayed by their parents and these little glimmer in the middle of it which is when he the pool and peu caller and now we are six helen el roland just came out of an afternoon showing a good by christopher robin at my local reclining seat bequeathed multiplex as we went along i found i was immensely enjoying myself feeling wrapped in a cosy cinematic hug good i found tunnels performance very intimate not least because of all the golden closeups that made his face appear massive for eighty percent of the film was the moments between the acting that was that will most magical the heavy frown the bowing of his head and especially the way he carried his shoulders spoke volumes i think that's also part of the acting this however towards the end namely after the emotional swell doing the thing that bit man i felt the pay starting to likened bat's go on ncb it too long i resisted this filling as much as i could because the performances from tunnel kelly mcdonald and the young will tillstom made the film brilliant in the true meaning of the world could is about israel museum age fourteen started listening start listening to you and i was seven she says she's like a longtime listener really his theory and wednesday goodbye christopher oven at the weekend with my family and i loved it i loved the books when i was younger and i still do the film tied into the book perfectly i specially liked how the australians blend with the film and evoked my memories from the books.

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"israel museum" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"What is your favorite food in israel mike as you've been walking along eating are you had a salad i've pretty simple had a sally health salad for lunch was that was good how is so sad no fell off walsh wire ma look belaval in sharm over i eat it in america did you eat it here in much i ate it here i no i did not have it had waffles or did i have i have made me you definitely are spy if you're not eating i what i mainly i can't remember anything i can't remember what happened yesterday so i can remember what happened thirty years ago more than i can remember or fifty years ago number is that part of the training of this part of me this is how i roll are eight one misconception that you had before coming to the middle east that now that your hair you're like hung why did i think that oh i was at the israel museum today and i thought where the dead sea scrolls are kept i thought that disappeared down into the mouth under the underground case there is a warp and i actually asked that question is i've fired her bed she said no it's just a stupid myth i should say stupid but she she was they were very kind and but she knows spicer obviously as she had known she would have our views that information and what about bay rail with are anything that he sort of hesitated before coming or thought and once you were there was very i've thought that i had visions of somebody ah you know like in the movies they get in front of you may cut off the car in the guys leap out of the car with machineguns and.

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"israel museum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Great to have you here in the studio it's a pleasure to speak rita why don't we do this more often you know i love it by the way you know you and i you should we we had an election nobody believed as out and we were there through it all by the way i love doing election year with we had another moment thirty in the morning with there we were sitting there having to tell the people of the united states of america the donald j trump was the president elect that that's not going to happen again in her life that was an incredible moment and it was certainly a just a wild and dramatic electionyear and you and i think about all the moments you and i talked about i feel like you and i were together on the air during some of the most pivotal moments data nights for sure but along the way too so far so far of and just beginning and look at floor unlucky for all right yes i was eighteen times broadcasting from israel but this time the president showed up and boy does that make a difference israel was thrilled for the visit jerusalem was over loyd with the presence of the first lady and the presidential embassy was a constant surprise the crowning moment was the president's request to go to the co tells the wall the western wall and pray dime cells not an official delegation because that is on the other side of the 67 line which by the way he was the first american president zoo so i sitting american yes yes that's real everybody and made it very clear that the administration has a connection to the legacy of the hebrews connects right back to the founding moments of jerusalem of israel in addition to that the president's speech at the israel museum and the momentary visit to bethlehem made it very clear that this is a new direction for the people of the united states and israel i will mention that the obama administration was in very poor repair towards the end in israel that is gone there is no regret now trump very successful lee managed to re connect united states to israel.

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"israel museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I call on all people jews christians muslims and every faith every try every creed to draw inspiration from this ancient city to set aside sectarian differences to overcome oppression and hatred and to give all children and the freedom and hope and dignity written to our souls that was the president of the united states speaking today in jerusalem at the israel museum which is not to be confused with the him holocaust museum which he visited earlier the president calling on people to set aside oppression and hatred and to come together i i'm not sure that jerusalem is the right place or that any places the right place urging people to set aside sectarian differences i but president trump doesn't mean nor should anyone suggest that peace requires people pulling aside christianity or judaeism or islam what it does require is people finding the common elements of decency whatever you can extract from your own religious tradition and to come up to the what president lincoln called the veteran of.

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"israel museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:53 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It is is there any one anyone who thinks that this will attract people to the cause of isis the failing cause of isis it it it again i i think that that any belief the sending a twenty two year old he was born in the united kingdom apparently his name was solomon abedi and there are reports now and this is very disturbing that apparently his family which is from libya he was born in britain but his family except for one brother therefore children has returned to libya i'm sure will be finding out more about his involvement his background president trump commented and i think commented appropriately about what had happened we stand in solidarity with the people but the decatur so many young beautiful innocent people living enjoying their lives by evil losers in life i won't call that monsters because they were that they would think great neck i will call them from now on lose because that's what they are there losers and we'll have more of a but the losers just remember that you know there there's something of course you know that this is not statesmanlike particularly but it's true and he's right and i i do think that the point that he makes about if you call them monsters there's something big about a monster something fearsome and this is this is beyond pathetic twenty two year old and and by the way you'll notice that maybe even the isis propagandist acknowledged that because in the statement that i just read to you from isis in english they say they place the bombs there they don't they don't mention the fact that salman abedi ended his own life at age twenty two blew himself in the little bloody chunks of flesh in addition to harming and devastating the lives of so many other people president trump also spoke this morning at the israel museum in jerusalem and again he spoke well he is at his best on this foreign trip will play you some highlights of what he had to say if you have a response or a recommendation regarding this manchester attack or the danger of other terrorist attacks here give us a call michael beck.

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"israel museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Care by the way about the palestinian issue that could care less they've never done anything for it they want to destroy iran and and in so doing they also have relations behind the scenes with israel we all know that and now this is going to give them i believe the strength to come out of the closet as supportive as at least having relations with israel and this is going to be i absolutely historic turningpoint i believe in the middle east and the palestinians have very little to do with it jackie mason thank you so much for being here on aaron klein investigative radio thank you thank you absolutely and by the way i should point out that in donald trump's visit here to israel which i covered last week of course it was broadcasting last week live from the waldorf astoria across from the david off the king david hotel in jerusalem and then i continued to cover donald trump's visit to israel including on the ground i was at donald trump's major speeches policy speech on israel that he gave on tuesday before he left at around noon our time here in israel at the israel museum where he touched upon actually exactly what jackie mission was just referring to which is that we have now the prospects any possibility for a new middle east four it's true everybody knows at the end of the day there will be no palestinian peace partner it doesn't exist donald trump went to bethlehem he lectured mahmud abbas he didn't mention a palestinian state steel yes it's true and i am somewhat concerned that trump wants to host israelipalestinian talks but he hinted that was there he hinted at the possibility of the larger regional peace between israel and the sunni arab nations.

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"israel museum" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on KELO

"I call on all the jews christians muslims and every faith every try every creed to draw inspiration from this ancient city to set aside sectarian differences to overcome oppression and hatred and give all children and the freedom and hope and dignity written to ourselves that was the president of the united states speaking today at in jerusalem at the israel museum which is not to be confused with the vashem holocaust museum which he visited earlier the president calling on people to set aside oppression and hatred and to come together i'm not sure that jerusalem is the right place or that any places the right place urging people to set aside sectarian differences i by president trump doesn't mean nor should anyone suggest that peace requires people putting aside christianity or judaeism or islam what it does require is people finding the common elements of decency whatever you can extract from your own religious tradition and to come up to the what president lincoln called the better angels of.

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"israel museum" Discussed on KELO

KELO

03:02 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on KELO

"By ellis permission and all praise due to allah lord of the world i honestly it is is there any one anyone who thinks that this will attract people to the cause of isis the failing cause of isis it it again i i think that that any belief the sending a twenty two year old he was born in the united kingdom apparently his name was solomon abedi and there are reports now and this is very disturbing that apparently his family which is from libya he was born in britain but his family except for one brother therefore children has returned to libya i'm sure will be finding out more about his involvement his background president trump commented and i think commented appropriately about what had happened we stand an absolute solidarity with the people the united kingdom so many young beautiful innocent people living at enjoying their lives fight evil losers in life i won't call that monsters because they would better they would think great nee i will call them from now on lose because that's what they are they losers and we'll have more of but the losers just remember that you know there there's something of course this is not statesmanlike particularly but it's true and he's right and i i do think that the point that he makes about if you call them monsters there's something about a monster something fearsome and this is this is beyond pathetic twenty two year old and and by the way you'll notice that maybe even the isis propaganda signals that because in the statement that i just read to you from isis in english they say they place the bombs there they don't they don't mention the fact that salman abedi ended his own life at age twenty two blew himself in the little bloody chunks of flesh in addition to harming and devastating the lives of so many other people president trump also spoke this morning at the israel museum in jerusalem and again he spoke well he is at his best on this foreign trip will play you some highlights of what he had to say if you have a response or a recommendation regarding this manchester attack or the danger of other terrorist attacks here us a call michael beck.

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"israel museum" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"Cooperating with them more and more closely in defense and cybersecurity although there are still officially sworn enemies and have no no relations the way this constellation with work or or would affect the peace process if it is indeed relaunched i think the the israeli magical thinking around this is that the egyptians the saudis and so on will lean on the palestinians to to accept concessions of the kind that that they were willing to do before perhaps including some something that would fall short of a palestinian state so it's all very interesting his speech that he gave in jerusalem at at the israel museum owes was built as the highlight of his visit was actually extremely short on details so again we don't really know what he's planning he did send his envoy jason green blowout his main envoy for for israeli palestinian talks back to the region today and we're talking on were talking on thursday now so that they're they're they're clearly up to something ruda how long can this new mood of optimism in in warmth in in relations between the us and the sunni arab world lost if america's sticks with the nuclear deal with iran i think the nuclear deal if not so much the issue in it right now i think that most of the country have it in fact ink and even israel have in fact advised the trump administration not to tear the deal apart where where they want to see a lot stronger action is in.

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"israel museum" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"israel museum" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

"Jewelry artifact if so sore souvenirs you know clothing it you know it you're a ready fantastic market i would strongly recommend you spend time the exploring that so they have those are my things do the jaffa gate the ram parts the full quotas the western wall dome of the rock church that he stepped tariffs david light spectacular the mount of olives the israel museum and the markets if you wanna find up more uh the officials site is wwj's travel jerusalem dot com at the oecd audio tour epa strongly recommend and i'm that i have as cover the recommendation so in the show nuts i'll put a couple of links and things that you can then do to find out more suggests them absolutely fascinating i you know people very sceptical went out went as people so the images people realized the you know this is a fascinating city kelly is a city which has some tensions it is a disputed territory so it is worth alsaad standing owed before you go see randstad the nuances of it but it is a fascinating place to go really interesting now be aware be alert it's uh and just in a soak in the history and enjoy the magnificent of i absolutely love my time in jerusalem i've fed done a video tool uh showing the old city uh have lots and lots of photographs allah super link to the verse photographs all that a took all the uh the city in the show nuts pick that strongly recommend you take a look at those it will be uh really i think it's party he to want to go and see more of the city i mean everyone has seen the rest of that i put out have been like wow this is quite a remarkable place so they have that said tips and advice for jerusalem it i'd love it also by the way if you subscribe to lift a review for the putt cost i'll give you shot at few unilever review the podcast i it's very important these have doing that actually is to secure your favorite podcast app you know if you're on your phone or whatever just could effect federal podcast app search at fort tips for travellers travelers spouse to al's or gary ben bridge and then you can subscribe.

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