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Independent probe points to Israeli fire in journalist death

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Independent probe points to Israeli fire in journalist death

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Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 5 d ago

Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

"Turn to that. Because I've tried to figure out who shot whom and the Palestinians are not the Palestinian authority is not cooperating with the idea. What is your assessment of the situation, doctor Oren? So last night I was talking to an Israeli journalist and I said, just watch your authority is going to say that they found a 5.56 bullet in the journalists. Now the Israeli forces use 5.56 palisades usually use 7.62 at the colossal cost bullet, but they also do have American a fours and M 16s. And I also think that the Palestinians wouldn't cooperate with an Israeli offer for a joint investigation. And they rejected it, even though the Biden administration asked Allison is to do it. They quickly closed the case. I heard this morning that they've already buried the body. And the passwords are making a calculation. Yeah, maybe the Biden administration will get a little aggravated, but the international community is going to come down hard on Israel. I was looking at the international press coverage, NBC had an item on it where they did an interview and the Israeli. They only talked about the greeting Palestinians and the implication is that we are guilty before we're judged. And

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Mark Esper Details 'Crazy' Ideas on Trump's World Affairs

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last week

Mark Esper Details 'Crazy' Ideas on Trump's World Affairs

"Instead Mark Esper In his silly book where he comes off as just fantastic you know He's just terrific And of course at Trump's expense And so he's on 60 minutes with Nora O'Donnell who we read is getting on thin ice and it probably doesn't get along with some of the staff In her building I'm guessing That's what they say Let's take a little listen so I could cut 18 go It's important to our country It's important to the republic the American people that they understand what was going on It's very consequential period The last year of the Trump administration And to tell the story about things we prevented really bad things dangerous things They could have taken the country in a dark direction What kind of terrible things did you prevent At various times during the certainly the last year of the administration you have folks in The White House are proposing to take military action against Venezuela That's not crazy You may not agree with it But that's not nutty And you have different proposals coming to a president On the circumstances Go ahead Iran It says to strike Iran Well Israel wanted to strike Iran I suppose president Trump was thinking about it too I mean after all they keep threatening to have nuclear weapons and hit us Does this sound crazy to you mister proposed And mister producer

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Senate Candidate Says Biden Doesn't Care About Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | Last week

Senate Candidate Says Biden Doesn't Care About Inflation

"Alex ray, we have one minute left. I got to ask you about inflation and the market blow off yesterday. We're going to bear market. It's a correction. It always happens. It's nothing to panic about people shouldn't sell. But inflation is crushing seniors on fixed and how often does it come up on the campaign trail? Well, it's probably I would say it's really one of the issues that comes up the most because whether it's energy policy, whether it's agriculture policy, whatever it is, inflation is the unifying factor and it's something that every oklahomans feels and his or her wallet and it really is becoming a question of are you going to fill up your tank? Are you going to take the kids to summer camp? Are you going to be able to put food on the table? I mean, it's forcing some extraordinarily difficult choices for everyday oklahomans. And the sense that we're getting from Washington is the Biden administration just doesn't care.

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How Will the Next Oklahoma Senator Confront the McGirt Case?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | Last week

How Will the Next Oklahoma Senator Confront the McGirt Case?

"Great to have you back. Alex is a member of the Nixon seminar. I've known him for a half dozen years. He was chief of staff at the National Security Council served four years in the Trump White House, as I said, a crowded field in Oklahoma, where I've got to ask you about the abortion decision, but I also want to know about the mcgirt decision and whether how much of that matter in this field, Alex grey. Well, I think the mcgurk case is not only the most important issue facing Oklahoma on day to today level. It's the most important issue. I think in determining the type of senator that oklahomans are going to have. And I say that because it's one of those issues where a lot of special interests who have been pushing candidates in the direction of the status quo. And right now the status quo is devastating for Oklahoma. You've got 18,000 cases. Criminal cases that have been pushed from state to federal court. And that means that the federal system is totally overwhelmed and they're unable to prosecute a huge number of cases in practicality that means that rapists and murderers are actually going unpunished and

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Inflation Woes Crush Wall Street Numbers

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | Last week

Inflation Woes Crush Wall Street Numbers

"To the news that shocked a lot of Americans that they got home last night. They saw that Wall Street shots sold off. Big time. So I let me look at what the total percentage of on the doubt was 3.12% on the S&P, it was three and a half percent on the NASDAQ. It was 4.99%. The Amazon was down almost 5% itself. And I'll tell you what, it's probably going to go on for a while. Because the market knows the fed meets every couple of months and is going to raise interest rates a half point every time they meet until such time as inflation is broken because every single person that inflation is the enemy here. And don't worry, if you're unless you're a speculator and you're selling puts and calls. And that's just gambling. I'm not sure Robinhood kiddo, who thought, you know, I was going to make a fortune by trading GameStop and AMC. You expect this and you grim and bear it. If you're an investor, as opposed to a speculator or a trader, you just say, ah, well, you know, that was a good 5 years. And it'll be a year before we start to climb steadily again. Maybe two. But it will, the S&P, the NASDAQ, the Dow, big tech, strong commodities, like P and G, but they always come back. Boeing's got troubles only announced it's moving its corporate headquarters. Near me and the beltway and that is simply the capitulation of corporate America to the reality of the interest rates and tax rates of living in a blue city.

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Terror Attack Kills 3 in Israel

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last week

Terror Attack Kills 3 in Israel

"The biggest story of the morning, the one that actually impacts most Americans has to do with the stock markets and investments. But I want to start by recognizing the sorrow and throughout Israel after terrorist attack leaves three young fathers dead leaving behind 16 children. The terrorists suspects are 19 and 20 year old Palestinians. And there's a statewide manhunt underway and you can read about it at times of Israel, but I want to focus on those 16 children. I've always thought that a young father's favorite holiday is the 4th of July and the United States because there's like nothing involved except grilling and driving to where the fireworks are, right? So Israel's 4th of July was yesterday. And at the close of it, these young dads, no doubt, accompanied by their families, were all attacked by axe wielding a knife wielding. Allegedly had gone, but they're not gunshot that are just below victims young dads. All of the three dead ones struggling for their life 16 children. And how do you get that much hate into a 19 and a 20 year old? I just don't know, but prayers for everyone in Israel and especially the families of these three victims. Have a cook, boaz goal, an Oren bin yifter.

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A Brief History on Israel's Day of Remembrance

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | Last week

A Brief History on Israel's Day of Remembrance

"The day of remembrance, I always find very moving, even though I'm not Jewish. Tell us about it. It's really the only unique Israeli holiday. Israel Independence Day is celebrated by Jewish communities around the world, but no one really marks Memorial Day the way we remark Memorial Day. The entire country goes into mourning for 24 hours. A siren sounds at 8 o'clock at night and then the next morning at 11 o'clock, the entire country stands still, if you're on the highway cars go up to the side, people stand at attention. We all visit military cemeteries. I was in the military cemetery yesterday. It's deeply moving because we have all lost friends and relatives initial wars. Victims of terror, and we pay homage. We go into this deep morning in the extraordinary thing is that at 8 o'clock at night, the next night, we go immediately into ecstatic celebration of Israel's independence. We go through this one from radical morning to radical to ecstatic celebration, I don't know anything like it.

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Iranian Plot to Assassinate US General Foiled by Mossad

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last week

Iranian Plot to Assassinate US General Foiled by Mossad

"From the post millennial side a great site Iranian plot to assassinate U.S. general in Berlin foiled by Israel's Mossad The Mossad had been operating in Iran at the time when they captured an interrogated mansoor rasuli Who admitting during an interrogation that he had been ordered to assassinate a U.S. general in Berlin A journalist in France and a worker at the Israeli consulate in Istanbul Israeli officials pointed out that the threat posed by the Islamic revolutionary guard corps applies not only to Israel but to other nations around the globe The officials also noted that this plot is part of a larger target list which includes recently foiled plots in both Kenya and Columbia Rosalie who admitted that he was ordered to establish a terror cell during drug cartels to assassinate his targets According to the Israeli defense forces the plot was organized by a member of unit 8 40 A secret operations unit that organizes infrastructure for terror groups within Western countries The Iranian government was reportedly willing to pay over $1 million for the assassination of these targets The operative who was part of Iran's quds force was reportedly paid a 150,000 to quote prepare for the assassinations According to reports from the U.S. UK and turkey Iran has been using international crime groups to carry out its agenda in countries around the world These plots include the hiring of zen dashi cartel to abduct or assassinate Iranian defectors in turkey Which has been ongoing since 2015 I wonder who the general is But it's my understanding that they had a price on Pompeo's head

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The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 2 weeks ago

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

"As you get toward your graduation, and you know all this, so I'm curious what your perspective on Harvard is, after all of this, maybe we'll have this sort of a trailer for one of the next one of the upcoming podcasts that we'll have. But I am genuinely curious. And I'm curious if you'd meet parents who said to you, yes, my kids, my daughter, my son, is in high school. And I'm just doing everything possible. To make sure they get the best grades and the best extracurricular activity I really would love them to go or you went Julie Harvard. And be very curious how you would react to them. Well, this is something that I've been thinking a lot about not only is I'm about to graduate in three weeks, but also because we talk a lot about Harvard on this podcast Dennis, and I've talked about it a lot on your radio show. And at times I've thought, am I being too hard on them? Because I do look back, I mean, I was just about to say I look back at my four years here. I look back at my two and a half years here. Of course, one and a half was the last due to COVID. And I have had in many ways a great experience here. First and foremost, I've met wonderful people, the friends I've made here will be my friends for life. I rave to you all the time about my roommate's Dennis. I have had wonderful classes, a highlight, was studying under Harvey Mansfield, who was a conservative professor here in the government department that's been wonderful. I have a really great dorm. So there have been many, many upsides. Oh, and by the way, I just went to Israel, which was a Harvard Hal funded experience, and you know how much that changed my life. So I am very aware of all of the benefits that I've gotten from going to this school. And I'm immensely grateful for them. And I will always be grateful to this university.

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Why America Is the Best Place for Jews

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Why America Is the Best Place for Jews

"Can I always try to tie in my own experience if I can't think of a worse thing to have done to Jewish kids than even and I was born right after the Holocaust. Amazingly, when I think about it, but had I been raised in a family, it said, you know, we're Jews and the going, the non Jews are out to get us. I would not have been the guy I am. I was raised by Jewish parents who obviously lived through not in Europe, but they lived through the period of the Holocaust. And I was told implicitly and explicitly that this is the best place that you could live. And they were right. Then Israel was created in fine. So putting Israel aside. The best place. And my father wrote a senior class thesis on anti semitism, America. There was plenty of it. And Roosevelt's administration was filled with it. This country didn't allow Jews in any numbers. Send a ship of Jews back to be slaughtered by the Nazis, the St. Louis. It's a terrible story. But nevertheless, it was a blessing to be a Jew here. It's a blessing to be a black here.

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A highlight from #37  Holy Week, part 2

Jesus Stories

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from #37 Holy Week, part 2

"One of the teachers of the law heard this exchange and heard Jesus reply, so he poses his own question. Of all the commandments he says, which is the most important. Jesus gives him a straight answer. He replies, the most important commandment is this. Listen O Israel. The lord our God is the one and only lord. And you must love the lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength. The second is equally important. Love your neighbor as yourself. No other commandment is greater than these. This impresses the teacher of the law, well said teacher, he says, you have spoken the truth by saying that there is only one God, and no other, and I know it's important to love him with all my heart and all my understanding in all my strength, and to love by neighbors myself.

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The Putin Apologists Hiding Behind an 'America First' Sticker

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

The Putin Apologists Hiding Behind an 'America First' Sticker

"When you listen to them and they claim they're for America first and they're against the Republican establishment The problem is they're for the Russian establishment Should be opposed to both We don't have American soldiers there They're Russian soldiers there in a country where they shouldn't be It almost sounds like they're concerned It's in so much for American soldiers getting wounded They're not there It's for Russian soldiers getting wounded and killed And that America provoked the whole damn thing I mean after all according to Rand Paul so many of these countries were part of Russia in the 1920s Wow No wonder the guy can never support Israel Israel didn't have his independence to the 1940s Wow we're looking at the 1920s Why look at the 1920s Look at the 1820s Look at the 1720s How about we look 3500 years ago At your Diane Samara Oh no we can't do that These are the kind of jackass arguments they have to make They're not worried about American soldiers There's no American soldiers They're nobody's promoting that idea Even a couple knuckleheads who did a pull back Like this guy senator Coons from Delaware He humiliated himself but you don't even hear that from Lindsey Graham So that's a false argument So what is it that they're concerned about Killing Russian soldiers Upsetting Putin But don't worry they're not Putin support American first Checking out Soleimani They oppose that too Very provocative you know Why do we care Let's Soleimani do whatever he wants to

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Group reports record tally of antisemitic incidents in 2021

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Group reports record tally of antisemitic incidents in 2021

"The the the the anti anti anti anti defamation defamation defamation defamation league league league league is is is is reporting reporting reporting reporting a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of anti anti anti anti semitic semitic semitic semitic incidents incidents incidents incidents reported reported reported reported in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. last last last last year year year year the the the the civil civil civil civil rights rights rights rights group group group group finds finds finds finds more more more more than than than than twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred hundred cases cases cases cases of of of of assault assault assault assault harassment harassment harassment harassment and and and and vandalism vandalism vandalism vandalism were were were were reported reported reported reported in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one the the the the highest highest highest highest number number number number on on on on record record record record and and and and a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty four four four four percent percent percent percent increase increase increase increase over over over over the the the the prior prior prior prior year year year year the the the the anti anti anti anti defamation defamation defamation defamation league league league league sites sites sites sites in in in in part part part part a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp rise rise rise rise in in in in the the the the month month month month of of of of may may may may when when when when scores scores scores scores of of of of Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians and and and and more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen Israelis Israelis Israelis Israelis were were were were killed killed killed killed during during during during a a a a military military military military action action action action by by by by Israel Israel Israel Israel last last last last may may may may in in in in Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles Jewish Jewish Jewish Jewish people people people people were were were were attacked attacked attacked attacked outside outside outside outside a a a a restaurant restaurant restaurant restaurant but but but but people people people people said said said said to to to to be be be be waving waving waving waving Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian flags flags flags flags and and and and a a a a Jewish Jewish Jewish Jewish man man man man in in in in New New New New York York York York was was was was beaten beaten beaten beaten and and and and pepper pepper pepper pepper sprayed sprayed sprayed sprayed on on on on his his his his way way way way to to to to a a a a pro pro pro pro Israel Israel Israel Israel rally rally rally rally I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Robert Morgan on the Historical Pattern of Attempts to Destroy Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Morgan on the Historical Pattern of Attempts to Destroy Israel

"What do you make of people who say that when antiochus epiphanes did something like this that that's what John is writing about in the latter part of the first century? You're saying maybe that's a pre figurine, but that he's nonetheless writing about something in the future as well. He is the biblical type of Antichrist. John is the one and his first and second epistle that used the word Antichrist. And he said the spirit of the Antichrist is already in the world. I mean, John has a remarkable verse, just I can't get over this first in chapter four of first John that we are the children of God and the whole world is under the control of the evil one. The whole political world, the whole academic world, the whole military world. And so antiochus epiphanies, antiochus the fourth was a forerunner. If you want to know what the tribulation is like, you can look at feiro with Egypt. You can look at antiochus epiphanes between the old and new testaments. You can look at Hitler. There is a pattern in history, Heyman. In the days of ester, a pattern in history of people trying to destroy the nation of Israel, which is God's channel of redemption, bringing them messiah into the world.

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Robert Morgan on the Hope We Can Draw From the Book of Revelation

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Morgan on the Hope We Can Draw From the Book of Revelation

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Robert J Morgan Robert J Morgan dot com. The brand new book is the 50 final events in world history, the Bible's last words on earth's final days. So we were just saying Robert that, you know, on the one hand, this is chilling, but on the other hand, it's profoundly hopeful, so talk about that. Well, it's very good to know before and what's going to happen. And so when you open the book of revelation, you have that chapter one is introduction, chapter two and three, the messages to the 7 churches, chapter four and 5 is a celebration in heaven because evil is about to be dealt with. And then you have these 7 sills that are opened and catastrophic things happen on earth, not because God is not a good God, but because it is time for evil to be judged. The kind of evil that we see with Vladimir Putin. He's a little miniature portrait of a coming Antichrist. What he is doing in Ukraine is a miniature portrait of what's going to happen all over the world through these dictators that are evil and God's going to deal with that. And these 7 seals and then the 7 trumpet judgments deal with evil. And during all of that time, Israel is going to be thriving. But then when you come to revelation 11 and 12 and 13, you come to the middle of the tribulation when things shift and Daniel and Jesus and Paul I'll talk about when this powerful coming later goes to Jerusalem and places his image in the temple and the Jewish state will refuse to bow down to him. That will begin the last half of the tribulation. Now, three and a half years. That is talk about chilling the idea. I mean, first of all, we've been so blessed in our lives. None of us has had to deal with Hitler. I mean, there have been satanic leaders in the recent past. And millions have had to deal with that. And so when you see that level of evil, you long for heaven, you long for Jesus's

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Archaeologist Scott Stripling on His Time Excavating in Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Archaeologist Scott Stripling on His Time Excavating in Israel

"Know, a recent article came out. This is what made me think I've got to have you on to talk about this. It's about a so called curse amulet discovered from about 1200 BC, big deal stuff, ladies and gentlemen. Big deal, excavation, archeological news. But you got to be clear, the provost at the Bible seminary in Houston and you're the director of excavations for the association for biblical research. Currently at Shiloh. Shiloh is one of those names out of the Bible like, really? Shiloh. So big. How often how much time do you spend being an archeologist? How much time do you spend in Houston, which is your home? And how much time do you spend in the field in Israel? I'm in Israel, Eric, for about three months out of the year, two months in the summer excavating, and then back and forth for various projects and to speak at conferences and stuff during the year. And the rest of the time I'm in Houston, we have an archeological institute at our school. And so I oversee that as

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Thank You for Supporting International Fellowship of Christians & Jews

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Thank You for Supporting International Fellowship of Christians & Jews

"Marches incredible campaign, I mean a 183,000 I think was the final number to rush supplies and get people aid and feed starving people all over the world, including Ukraine, and then we turned right around and asked you to step up in April with the international fellowship of Christians and Jews, you did it. A hundred and I think the number right now is a $128,000. I'm almost embarrassed to ask you to go to Mike online dot com and give help us get over maybe a 130. Last days tomorrow for our final two days of the campaign. You can go to Mike online dot com and click on the crisis in Ukraine banner and help this wonderful organization. The international fellowship of Christians and Jews, what their mission is to bring plain loads full of food and supplies into Ukraine and then when they empty the plains, they load up the planes with passengers. These are Ukrainians, the refugees who are escaping Ukraine and they get them into Israel. And we're just, we're just overwhelmed by the way you have stepped up. So thank you. Thank you, thank you. And again,

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"israel." Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:29 min | 9 months 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 | 9 months 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 | 9 months 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

03:06 min | 10 months 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 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

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 Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"israel." Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Look at israel from the outside in even when you're living here so my meeting those messages accessible is also a way for me to engage with whoever it is that seeing them and i'll tell you something else. That engagement has led me to become aware of the voice that i represented in knesset. Be it for example. Leave the give birth in the state of israel and are here all alone and covert nineteen is not a three month thing and it's not a six month thing and it's taking a lot longer than we thought and so grandparents of new aleem the teams to this country and their children had babies that weren't able to visit that's online engagements. Not because i couldn't have thought a bit myself that because that awareness came to me through this kind of an engagement through making myself accessible to what i see as presentational an politics that you know that i represent i represent i represented by the way not only english speakers and i really in terms of my commitments to all and i think it every committee that i speak about the i speak about the state of israel's responsibility to what i call vote to integration and in order to integrate things have to be accessible as you said. The messaging has to be accessible. You have to feel welcome to engage in order to right absolutely you mentioned multiple immigration immigrations. I wanna ask you. This is something. I've been covering the israel. Daily news podcast. I've been covering sudanese refugees in israel. Do you have a vision for a way out of the current problems that we're having with this community who is on the sidelines. And you know it's it's. It's a double edged sword because on the one hand they are not necessarily welcomed in israeli society on the other hand. When you don't welcome someone to your society you're inviting them to engage in activities. That might not be the best. Push them into working for For people who might not be offering them the best human rights or giving them the money that they deserve because they don't.

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"israel." Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"israel." Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"I don't think we'll see a change in that direction. I don't think there could be some surprising. Event an iranian a surprise supervisory attack on an american worship. I think will result in in in a new. A temporary things like that are. But i don't think that the basic commitments of american policymakers to frac at home and let the middle east do what it wants to do. I don't see that that will change in any dramatic way an hour as huge implications for israel in terms of how it deals with the region directly in terms of how it deals with the with other global superpowers such as russia and china and india. it's a whole different way of thinking about world. One thing that israel has doesn't have a huge experience of diplomatically. Is this kind of Classical european machiavellian regional diplomacy add lines. We've never been apart of any reliance system in the region And we've never had to think too much about the region and in the globe at most we had to think of two superpowers in the nineteen fifties and sixties and seventies and since the one thousand nine hundred eighty s really since the mid nineteen seventies. We've only been focused on one superpower when israel talks about the international community. It's talking about washington It hasn't had to be a part of the game now. There are exceptions. I mean there's one catastrophic exception in one thousand nine hundred. There's a it is not the case that will never intervened in arab civil worse. We did very very low level and successfully nineteen seventy but then we did catastrophically nights needs to in lebanon. And there's nobody in israel who's ever been in a rush since nineteen eighty two to enter to arab conflict Certainly many people see us today as having aside in some of the cold war win. Which i think is exaggerated. I don't think we really have aside. I think we have a temporary convergence of interests with one side in a few theaters. But that's it. We're not actually a party to to any of these conflicts not in syrian on yemen libya. And not even to the cold war in the gulf and..

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"israel." Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"israel." Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Oh said at one of the most important things to remember is that with so much to be thankful for we have an incredible world. That is so rich. With bio-diversity and cultures and many many things, and we really need to do the most that we can every single day to protect biodiversity to protect the planet. and to improve every single day I think that is the meaning. Of Life is to improve and become better. Absolutely we do have so much to be thankful for, and we have to thank you for doing such important work. Thank you Julian Again Shannon. Thank you so much for having me. Show Fil me to tell my story are really appreciated. Thank you. And have a beautiful beautiful day especially in this crazy times. All right will, that's it for today's news. Today is Thursday October fifteenth, we have a low of twenty two degrees Celsius and a high of twenty eight degrees in this central city. That's seventy one degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty three degrees before we go, I have a question I hope you'll send me your answers to this one what bothers you the most about Israel and what do you love the most about this country I've already gotten some responses from listeners. And I'm waiting for more, you can send me an email. You can send me a note on social media I'll put the answers from this week's question in the newsletter, which will come out tomorrow the Israel weekly news rap. So if you haven't signed up for it, you should you'll get my editor's pick. It's the top five stories coming out of Israel from this week plus the cliff notes version from my live facebook show, which airs on Wednesday Nights, and it's called money and culture. Thinks for getting caught.

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Israel Daily News Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"israel." Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

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"israel." Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"israel." Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"Of the Israel our Dodge Pro when we met a year ago at the end of 57.79. I was sitting in a radio Studio enjoying what I do every Sunday for the past almost twenty-six years broadcasting amazing Israeli music And who would have imagined that one year later? I'd be broadcasting from home because it wasn't safe to go out because it wasn't safe to congregate in public places is because it wasn't safe to touch the same equipment that other broadcasters were using all day long. Who would have imagined that we'd be sitting at home? Most of our days that we wear masks every time we go to the grocery store. That synagogue services around the world would be canceled for the high holidays. It's an unbelievable reality where we've come from 12 months ago to where we are today. However This pandemic that we've lived through over the past six months has brought our audience closer together than ever before. I'd venture to say that in a time that most of us are unable to board a plane and go to Israel many of us feel closer to Israel than we ever did before many of us more connected to Israel than we ever were before more connected to Israeli culture more connected to Israeli music and using that Israeli music down for Joy for comfort for celebrations for connectivity. It's been quite a year my friends for good and for Bad For Better.

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"israel." Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"israel." Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Oh Are we yes interesting? I really appreciate the politics aside. I really appreciate how the prime minister presented it as. You're not doing this. Because you're in mortal danger. We are doing this to protect our elderly and our immuno compromised. And that's what we do. That's how we do as a Jewish state you know whether it's Mozelle our civic responsibility or however you want to frame it. Yeah I think that you can also make a difference here between the politicians and the WHO are the bureaucrats. I don't I guess. Yeah bureaucrats but like the negative connotation but the administration actually who are running things and here. I the politicians are not. They're not the ones who are determining it. It's the it's the people who I was with. The politicians are doing well. Is there listening? To those experts. Big Argument about closing about putting people in quarantine from the Stacey argued about it. I think the Ministry of Health wanted to do it already a couple of weeks ago and and they really argued about it for a long time still arguing politics entering into the you have to look at the numbers I mean. There's only been a couple of cases that people have been infected by. Those people are in the country the majority of the cases. The overwhelming people came from abroad within this. You know do you. I mean okay. I guess I shouldn't ask. Prediction questions very prediction. We are on record as being awful. This podcast so no actually who were not so awful we are on record and I think we have proven that we are paranoid making predicatively but I think travels going to get more and more restricted. Is that fair to say? I do think that we're going to see right. Things getting the numbers increasing of the cases and travel being more and more restricted before it gets better. Hopefully we won't dip so low before we go back up but and also people joining together. They're talking about going down even lower than one hundred right. Which of course his reputation for just you know everything right. Yeah we'll look at Italy. They didn't take you know serious enough measures and now they've basically all businesses have to shutdown except for food and medicine and the and everybody basically is supposed to stay at home in Italy. Yeah the country like that's crazy but that's what happens when you don't but hopefully here in Israel we're taking steps that we don't end up in that dire which maybe maybe a while but but at least at least for taking steps at least we're taking steps are leaders are so you're giving us a good vote of confidence and listeners. Should the Ministry of Health is doing their job well and our policy makers and leaders are overall? I feel I mean. I don't know I seriously hope they will not be a fourth election because I said I will personally go to should be out in the street. Yes yes I mean. I think it's absurd Practice except we can't yeah. I said it was not as we come to an end joking aside. What can you give us some guidance on the conspiracy theories about this being I I had a neighbor who told me it was like some Chinese complicated plan to you know to pop. People are doing this joke. Okay but if people but we should not be taking like seriously. That's not how these sorts of diseases. I know no I. In general I don't you know don't prescribe to prescribe prescribe to conspiracy theories but this two to three percent number is sort of a sweet spot for a pandemic because if the number is this true that the numb if let's say it was a ten percent mortality it wouldn't spread as much because so many of the host would die if it's point one it'll spread a lot but point two three still be enough. People will live that it'll spread better right. I don't know the exact numbers but yes agenda sweet spot. And that's why the social distancing is slow it down so that are met this is the whole thrust so that our medical infrastructure isn't overwhelmed is really what this is all about right and so each of us without panicking because most of us are going to be fine. No panic but you don't have to shower. Gel wrote who gross mental picture. But like but okay cool like we'll just we're all going to be responsible and we shouldn't be pressured by social things. This should become a priority in our decision. Making like my kids shouldn't go out to a party can't tell you ask. This is my only basically. These kids are really upset with him that he looked him. I said you're adult. Let my kids are all over. Eighteen and over thirty five year old daughter in nineteen year old. And I'm like the other ones that even asked they're being so so my eighty nine year old and I said I think you're using your social pressure more than your good citizen pressure. I think that's the type things teenagers do. So I disagree with you and then they went and I you know we understood each other back but you just want some back up here. I want to tell me right now. You Win an expert even better get involved in. That's fair that's why we invited because you're so wise. Saw his trap. That's right but but we do think the travel is going to be restricted. People should take that into account. We think that people should listen to the health. Ministry will obviously. It's well that's and if you don't get it right away that's okay. That's okay do that. I don't get right away. I think it's you know we can humble ourselves here. You know just because we don't understand the exact mechanism of how does not mean that we shouldn't abide because that's something here all the time. I don't see why I should go to a no well. You'll understand it after or or not but these are what people have thought. Process have made a decision. And you can you know. And it's worth it to rely on them. Yes that is pretty much my take home message. That is so helpful thank you. That's exactly I think the tight you gave us the exact type of perspective we needed for this for what we do. Here at our podcast. I think that's perfect and super duper helpful. I feel like a little more. I'm not an anxious person by nature. I was already pretty calm. But you've also you even just for me you've given me a sense of. I've got more confidence in the in the people who are dealing with and making decisions so I'm very glad thank you so so much. People can always contact us at this year. Prince key project if they have any kind of health issue you help people who are not necessarily Israeli English speaker and sometimes we help. People were Spanish speakers because I speak Spanish. So people anybody lesson navigate the healthcare system Israelis and non Israeli anybody anybody or possibly Spanish in Israel so advice or actual advocacy work. Both well COCO. That's a huge service. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And we're nonprofit so we don't charge but if people want to contribute thinking of course yeah we you know. They canceled the marathon or they delayed the marathon. That was her biggest fundraiser events. So we'll put a link on the podcast. How people can find your website. Thank you okay. Thank you so much. Aviva thank you Allan. Thank you Mike. Thank You ben for engineering us to the end of the episode which this is by by. Thanks for listening to the mccomb. Israel Teachers Lounge podcast. Don't forget to share subscribe rate and review. Join US next time..

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"israel." Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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05:47 min | 2 years ago

"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? 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04:16 min | 3 years ago

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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