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Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:09 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on ESPN FC

"The left side from defense coming forward. They look so organized at the back and I don't think this Tunisian game will do any thing to them. There could be people who said it's unfair knowing 9 changes or whatever they did because there are some game didn't matter to France, but it could have mattered for someone else. But I mean, that is just a part of the tournament. That is their right. They have earned the right to do that front and they did. So I think this will be an easy win for France. Any predictions from you for this game, LA? After what I've said about Paul and I don't feel that I can now change my opinion. All right. No, no, no. I think this is very straightforward. I haven't seen any evidence from Poland that they're going to do anything that Friends can not deal with, defensively, because even if you have Lewandowski, levandowski against the world essentially, there are no outlets for Poland even when they try to release pressure. They're unable to find those outlets, so it's going to be friends all the time. France, France. Eventually, and babe agrees man Jerusalem somebody's going to score in Poland just simply has no answer to that. Meanwhile, things are not so golden for the golden generation of Belgium. They have a must win game tomorrow against Croatia and we did see a

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Hogan Gidley: Unsure How Nick Fuentes Got Into Mar-a-Lago Dinner

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 1 d ago

Hogan Gidley: Unsure How Nick Fuentes Got Into Mar-a-Lago Dinner

"Well, first things first, I heard you introduce me and far be it for me to correct the host here. I'm not the I'm not working on his real-life campaign as a spokesperson or any other way for that matter. I think it was a national press secretary for the last reelection in 2020. I think it's where the miscommunication may have occurred. But I will tell you, look, there are countless people that get in front of Republican and Democrat politicians that slip through the cracks or that no one really knows who they are until a picture is taken in a picture resurfaces. And that can be problematic for the individual. I don't know where the failure was here. If it was at the staff level, if it was at the Kanye West level, if it was, he just showed up and decided to bring this guy. But let's be honest. I mean, with the thousands and thousands of people that hold court in front of the president, either planned or unplanned, you never know how some of these folks actually slip in there. I think Donald Trump is saying he doesn't know anything about this guy. Is a good start and a good place to be from a messaging standpoint because you can't be associated with people who have such clear anti semitic views and thoughts. Donald Trump has done more for the Jewish community than any president in history has stood up for them after decades of politicians talking about doing things, for example, moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Everyone talked about it. No one did it, he did. That's just one of the other things. Not to mention, recognize from the Golan Heights and other things. So his record is unblemished. So he's got some credibility here to say, I didn't know who this person was. And so hopefully as the facts bear bear witness here that Donald Trump really had nothing to do with that in any shape fashion whether he comes out. Says something else about it. And my

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A Time of Mediation on Luke 21:20-18

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:56 min | Last week

A Time of Mediation on Luke 21:20-18

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Luke, chapter 21 versus 20 through 28. Jesus said to his disciples, when you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, you must realize that she will soon be laid desolate. Than those in Judea must escape to the mountains. Those inside the city must leave it, and those in country districts must not take refuge in it. For this is the time of vengeance when all that scripture says must be fulfilled. Alas, for those with child, or with babies at the breast, when those days come. For great misery will descend on the land and the wrath on his people. They will fall by the edge of the sword and be led captive to every pagan country and Jerusalem will be trampled down by the pagans until the age of pagans is completely over. There will be signs in the sun and moon and stars on earth nations and agony, bewildered by the clamor of the ocean and its waves. Men dying of fear as they await what menaces the world. For the powers of heaven will be shaken. And then they will see the son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. When these things begin to take place, stand direct, hold your head sigh because your liberation is near at hand. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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Twin blasts shake Jerusalem, killing 1 and wounding several

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Twin blasts shake Jerusalem, killing 1 and wounding several

"Two blasts have gone off near bus stops in Jerusalem, killing one person and injuring others in what police say are suspected attacks by Palestinians. The first explosion occurred near a bus stop on the edge of the city, while the second went off in ramat a neighborhood in the city's north. Uma valley Israeli minister of public security says he hopes that we catch the terrorist or the terrorists and root out this organization because assuming there's a connection between the events, it's clear it's something more complex. The apparent attacks come as Israeli–Palestinian tensions are high, following months of Israeli raids in the occupied West Bank prompted by a spate of deadly attacks against Israelis that killed 19 people. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

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

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

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Where Are the Suburban Moms?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Where Are the Suburban Moms?

"Hi, everybody. And welcome to the Dennis prager show. Suburban moms appears to be the latest group that the Democrats can rely on and the striking thing about that and it is striking. Is that they are moms, so if their suburban the odds are their married, married mothers were married women with children were a generally pretty reliable group for the Republicans. If it turns out, and I say if the data are not all in yet, but if it turns out that this is a reliable democratic voting group, the conservatives of the country, the people who want to keep America. Committed to judeo Christian and American values, the two systems that make up America. May I say just for the record, I have a book explaining America. Americans had explained America Christians had explained Christians Jews explained Judaism and conservatives had explained conservatives to the next generations for the last 60 years we wouldn't be in the trouble we are in. So I'm on that book still the best hope is so important. I don't mind saying it about a book I wrote. It's the book that most affected Julie Hartman, when she was at Harvard, and now she is truly one of the most important spokes of people for this country. Of her generation. It's cold still the best hope. And it shows this country is based on Athens and Jerusalem to put it in the way philosophers do.

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How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

How Were the Founding Fathers Educated? Pete Hegseth Explains

"Are the founding fathers educated? So don't you think every single kid in America to date deserves the type of education that brought the brilliance of 1776? And it wasn't complicated. This was a 2000 year lineage of western civilization of judeo Christian values. The marriage of Athens and Jerusalem of faith and reason that was the great books that was biblical wisdom that was Latin. It was Greek. It was theology. It was philosophy. It was actual history, it was those ingredients that they grappled with that they debated about that brought about that brilliance of the greatest human experiment we've ever seen on the planet. It was not an accident. Churches had a great deal to do with it, who were many of the leaders of our revolution. Ministers and reverence. Who is the who is the top I'm not trying to get into a tangent here. Do you know who the top what would be reverend, I guess, at Harvard University is today? He's an atheist. It's true. It's an atheist. We're so far gone from what our founders actually engaged with it. They would not recognize it at all today. It was a classical Christian education. It was the way, and none of it was, it wasn't perfect, but they understood that teaching people to think critically, created free thinking people who couldn't be captured by demagoguery. And when you can think critically and think freely whether you're a mason or a blacksmith or a farmer, do you think people in the 1780s or 90s had more use for a classical education than we do today? Absolutely not.

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 4 Palestinians killed in flare-up as Israel counts votes

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

4 Palestinians killed in flare-up as Israel counts votes

"Is ready forces have killed at these four Palestinians as Israel counts final votes in its national elections The deaths of several Palestinians occurred in separate incidents in raids in the occupied West Bank and in east Jerusalem a Palestinian who stabbed a police officer in Jerusalem's old city was shot at and killed according to police the police officer was lightly wounded In the West Bank mourners poured into the streets for the funeral of the Palestinian man who police say through a fire bomb at them during a raid the violence comes amid a backdrop in which former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to regain power backed by far right allies The coalition government is expected to include the extremist lawmaker itama Ben gee who said Israel would soon take a tougher approach to attackers Israeli political analyst Johannes Lesnar believes the toughest stance on violence is what most Israelis want The Israeli people wanted change

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The world in worship: Jews in Jerusalem celebrate Sukkot at the Western Wall, Peruvian Catholics revive a tradition, and Muslims celebrate the Prophet's birthday

AP News Radio

02:06 min | Last month

The world in worship: Jews in Jerusalem celebrate Sukkot at the Western Wall, Peruvian Catholics revive a tradition, and Muslims celebrate the Prophet's birthday

"On this week's AP religion roundup the world in worship Jews in Jerusalem celebrate suco at the Western Wall Peruvian Catholics revive a tradition and Muslims celebrate the prophet's birthday Thousands of Jewish worshippers attended the priestly blessing at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Wednesday The traditional blessing attended by tens of thousands of worshipers has held three times a year including this year's sukha holiday It's a weeklong holiday that celebrates the harvest and God's protection during the Hebrew flight from Egypt Thousands of Christians from around the world also marched through Jerusalem singing songs and blowing the traditional Jewish shofar horn To celebrate suco and support Israel Israel has cultivated close ties in recent years with evangelical Christians Many of whom profess a strong affinity for the Jewish faith and consider modern Israeli history as fulfilling biblical prophecy Carl helberg a Maori Christian from New Zealand says the gathering speaks to his identity and his faith I come from a indigenous Maori people in New Zealand and I bring my flavor here and my understanding of who the God of Israel is and who is Sanders you saw the sign A few days earlier Muslims marched through the streets of Jerusalem to celebrate the birth of Islam's prophet Muhammad Mao lid was celebrated by Muslims around the world Including Sudan where hundreds of Sufi worshippers wore colorful outfits and performed rituals in celebration In Peru the country's most popular Roman Catholic procession the lord of miracles returned to the streets of Lima for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic The procession venerates a 17th century rendering of Jesus Christ The procession culminated with the giant replica painting being carried to a monastery where the original lord of miracles mural is located I'm Walter ratliff

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Raymond Arroyo: Previewing 'The Wise Men Who Found Christmas'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Raymond Arroyo: Previewing 'The Wise Men Who Found Christmas'

"We do want a little bit of Christmas in our lives in the joy and love of the message of the wise men. Tell me about the wise men who found Christmas Raymond Arroyo. You know Mike, I knew very little about the wise man. I knew what we all know. And it occurred to me as, you know, I wrote a book called the spider who saved Christmas several years ago. And that book has become such a hit in a perennial for people they use it during the holidays with their family. And I was thinking, what else could I write about that touches on Christmas? And the wise men are the most beloved characters of Christmas. They are celebrated in south Central America, Europe, the orthodox church, they celebrate the feast of the three kings or the epiphany. That's the day that wise men reach the price child. That's when they celebrate Christmas, not on December 25th. So I thought, what is it about these guys? What do we know about them? It turns out the old song is really wrong, Mike. They were neither kings, there may have been more than three of them, and they were not from the far east or the far orient. They were actually probably from tetra, which is just three days journey from Jerusalem. Very nearby. And the background of who they are, why they went after this child and the significance of those three gifts I decided to explore. I spent maybe 8 months researching this was going to turn it into a bigger book. And then I said, no, it should be a family read. So that everybody can kind of get at it. So I turned it into a narrative, and it's a family adventure, and it is high stakes when you realize, again, you're talking about the political reality that we live in with Nancy Pelosi and, you know, dangerous praetorian guard wanting to stop people and invaders and the whole thing. Well, times have not changed very much. In this case, you had this group of wise men around the king of, in Petra. He sends these men as a royal delegation to Herod to try to keep the peace heritage killed three of his sons and a wife to protect his throne. He was not a sweet happy guy.

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A Brief Education on Zionism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:36 min | 2 months ago

A Brief Education on Zionism

"You who don't know Zionism comes from the biblical word Zion. Referring to Jerusalem and or Israel. There were a vast number and still are Christian zionists. They would be bed through obviously. Zionist Zionism was merely the modern movement of the Jews back to their homeland, Zion, that's all it meant. There are many cities in America named Zion. I expect that they will be renamed. I can only believe that when people get a whiff of the fact that there are cities named after Zion, you can't get more zionist than Zion as the city of the name of your city. There is no difference between anti Zionism and anti semitism. The individual anti zionist may not hate all Jews. That's true. But the ideology is as anti Jewish as any anti semitic ideology. What it says is, of all the 200 plus nations in the world, only one is illegitimate, the Jewish state, the size of New Jersey. And then people are supposed to say, oh, that's not anti Jewish.

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Tens of thousands gather to pray at Jerusalem's Western Wall, monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queeen Elizabeth, and the Unification Church promises reforms.

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Tens of thousands gather to pray at Jerusalem's Western Wall, monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queeen Elizabeth, and the Unification Church promises reforms.

"In this week's religion roundup tens of thousands gather to pray a Jerusalem's Western Wall Monks offer Buddhist prayers for Queen Elizabeth and the unification church promises reforms More than 35,000 Jewish worshippers prayed at the Western Wall in Jerusalem early Friday ahead of the Jewish high holidays The penitential prayers at Judaism's holiest site took place ahead of the Jewish new year rosh hashanah that begins at sundown on Sunday September 25th Thousands of Israelis are expected to visit Jerusalem in the coming weeks for the holiday Jews revere the Western Wall The holiest site where Jews can pray as a remnant of the biblical temple that stood in antiquity Israel's minister in charge of police said authorities would not limit Jewish visits to the contested Jerusalem holy site known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound Visitations and prayers by hardline Jewish radicals at the site have triggered previous rounds of violence between Israel and Palestinians Buddhist flags held a special prayer session in a Kathmandu monastery Monday to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II Britain laid Elizabeth to rest at a state funeral that drew presidents and kings princes and prime ministers In London up to a million people lined the streets to say a final goodbye to a monarch whose 70 year reign defined an age The unification church whose close ties with Japan's governing party emerged after the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe has acknowledged it accepted excessive donations from the suspect's mother Abe was shot to death during an outdoor campaign speech in July The suspect has reportedly said his mother's donations bankrupted his family and ruined his life Japan's current prime minister is under fire over his handling of the church controversy and for pushing a state funeral for Abe I'm Walter ratliff

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Joel Rosenberg Describes His New Primetime Show on TBN

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Joel Rosenberg Describes His New Primetime Show on TBN

"Joel Rosenberg, my friend, welcome. It's great to be on the Eric metaxas show. That's connected to you, right? You know something the name was not taken. So let's grab it. What are the odds, you know? My name is Eric meta taxes. Grab it. And okay, so but this is a new show that you're doing on TBN, and so tell us what it's about. And by the way, I know, you know, in case people are unaware, you are in Israel, you're going to be doing this show from Israel, but it is a weekly news and commentary program to tell us about it. What made you want to do this? Yeah. Happy to do it, Eric. Yeah, this is actually TBN's first ever weekly prime time news and commentary show from the Middle East from Israel from Jerusalem. TBN's never done it. As you know, for many years, TBN was almost solely Bible teaching and music starting with Huckabee and of course Eric began to moving into more commentary and social analysis, political analysis, but they've gone to a new level. They put it in a bid to host the Olympics. In 2028, it's unbelievable what TBN is doing. It's almost frightening, isn't it? But so yes, they're now moving into news and they picked Joel Rosenberg. That's you to host a weekly show. But from Israel, that's kind of amazing actually. Yeah. Well, I am amazing. Honestly, at first I told them no, I appreciate it, but I don't have the time. I don't have any bandwidth for that. I'm running all Israel news, all Arab news, the two only news websites in the world that are published daily original news and commentary from Israel in English from Jerusalem by evangelicals and Messi and Jews four even joke was messy and choose.

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JS #46 - Resurrection - burst 2

Jesus Stories #46 - Resurrection!

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

JS #46 - Resurrection - burst 2

"Jehovah God had previously told his people that no one knows to be hanging on a tree overnight because such a person was under a curse, so that Jewish leaders asked pilot to hasten the deaths of the men on the cross. That was done by breaking their legs. Once this was done, the men on the cross couldn't push up to catch a breath, so death would have come quickly without this intervention, a death could actually take days. The soldiers break the legs of the two criminals who were crucified with Jesus. When they came to Jesus they found that he was already dead, while they did break his legs in order to ensure that he was dead, one soldier took a spear and jabbed it into his side, blood and water flowed out. This is a prophecy fulfilled which said not one of his bones will be broken

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Who Is Lee Smith?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Lee Smith?

"Who is Lee Smith and how did you arrive at where you are today? So give those who are unfamiliar with you a little bit of the backstory. Yeah, well, you know, I mean, what that book is about the strong horse. I was raised in New York. I was living in New York at the time of 9 11, and I wanted to know what had happened to my hometown. And so I moved first to Egypt, then I moved to Lebanon, spent some time in Israel. Jerusalem in particular, beautiful, wonderful city Jerusalem. And Beirut tragically has been a beautiful city in the past, but now it's now it's in deep trouble and very deep waters. And Cairo has many problems of its own, but also some great important interesting people. I think that one of the most important things I think that the stuff that we saw on 9 11, and I think for both of us, our study of the Middle East and our study of these of these very ugly regimes, it's sad, but helpful. And so far as I think we learn to by looking at these regimes, we learn to recognize problems as they've arisen here in the United States. Both with the Obama administration, then with the attacks on Donald Trump, the national security apparatus designed to protect American citizens, weaponized and turned against American citizens, Donald Trump, Donald Trump aides like yourself, like Michael Flynn, and as we see Peter Navarro, Steve Bannon, and of course Trump supporters. That's what we saw with Joe Biden's very peculiar and dark speech.

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#45  Torture & Execution (Holy Week #10) - burst 5

Jesus Stories

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

#45 Torture & Execution (Holy Week #10) - burst 5

"The scriptures rather dryly report when they came to the place of the skull, they nailed him to the cross. And the criminals were also crucified, one on his right, and one on his left. Such a dry telling belies the cruelty which is crucifixion. This form of execution was not an invention of Rome, but they did perfect the practice to produce a slow death with maximum pain and suffering. Miss was usually reserved for slaves, foreigners, revolutionaries, and the worst of criminals. Yes, a man was nailed to a cross. Nails would be driven into the wrists. The knees would be bent in the feet nailed together through the ankles. As a man hung on the cross, it would become difficult to breathe. One would try to push up to catch and release a breath, creating great pain

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Polio in US, UK and Israel reveals rare risk of oral vaccine

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Polio in US, UK and Israel reveals rare risk of oral vaccine

"Poliovirus is recently found in New York Jerusalem and London were mutated versions of viruses that first originated in vaccines meant to stamp out the disease However rare scientists have long known that the oral vaccine made with the live virus can spread polio We are not going to eliminate polio from this world until we stop using the world polio vaccine Doctor Paul offit director of the vaccine education center at the children's hospital of Philadelphia says here in the U.S. we no longer give the oral vaccine with the live virus but the injectable containing the killed virus however in other parts of the world like poorer countries Much easier said than done because it's an expensive thing to do And it requires the kind of paramedical personnel that can give a shot In New York and unvaccinated young adults suffered paralysis in his legs after being infected with polio Doctor offit stresses everyone should be getting the injectable polio vaccine to keep themselves protected I'm Julie Walker

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The Connection Between 9/11 and COVID-19 With Jonathan Cahn

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

The Connection Between 9/11 and COVID-19 With Jonathan Cahn

"The movie you reveal a connection between 9 11 and COVID-19. Is that a numerological thing or what is the connection between 9 11 and COVID-19? It's numerological. And it's much more than that. In fact, last time we spoke, I think we spoke maybe about the time, but we didn't speak about the nature of this. And it really goes with where we are now. One is that I even spoke about it in the original book, the harbinger, and that I said that, how long is it between that first strike? The warning strike, the pattern, is that God allows a strike on the land in every case. With us, it was 9 11, and that's when all these things start appearing. So the question was asked, how long is it between that and when greater shaking come on the land? And when I look, you look at Jerusalem or Israel, ancient Israel. The first strike came when Nebuchadnezzar invaded the land. That was the warning. It was 6 O 5 BC. The greater shakings came in 5 86 BC. So that's how many years. That's 19 years. It says in the 19th year in the 19th year, 19 are linked to judgment. If you take 9 11 and you count, when is the 19th years, they're going to be shaking. It comes out to the year 2020. 2020 is the year that all these shakings have come. This plague, this COVID-19 came on. In fact, what's the name of what is the name of this plate? COVID and the number 19. Jeremiah said that when, in the 19th year, this is about Israel said that a plague, one of the shakings is a plague comes on the land. Now here's where it gets a lot deeper. And I don't think we touched on it last time. And that is this. That there's a connection in the Bible, a very grievous sin. Is the sin of offering up your children in sacrifice? Well, Israel offered up thousands. We have offered up 60 million children. There's no way that's not answered in some way. There's no way that that doesn't invoke judgment.

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Israel Is Flourishing Despite Itself

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Israel Is Flourishing Despite Itself

"It's hard to do business in Israel. And yet Israel has somehow against all odds and against bad policy exploded economically speaking. It is known as startup nation. It is the place on earth with the most startups per CAPiTA, Israel is a very small country. Territorially, it's tiny. It take you about 45 minutes to drive the width of the entire land of Israel in certain parts of Israel. Maybe less. In certain parts of Israel it's more like 20 minutes. The entire territory of the State of Israel is about half the size of New Jersey. You don't really understand the Israeli Arab conflict until you come here and you spend some time in Jerusalem. Everybody lives cheek by jowl. You can actually visibly see a Ramallah from Jerusalem. The parts of Jerusalem that you hear the left talk about dividing Jerusalem that is not possible. It's like taking your house and saying, during a divorce case, you just divide the house down the middle. You take this bathroom and I'll take this bedroom. It's not going to work. It's very, very foolish, but in spite of all of this, Israel has been able to achieve phenomenal economic success. Israel is burdened with a terrible bureaucratic system. It is dominated by public sector unions, Israel has a terrible judicial system in which the judiciary. You're about judicial activism in the United States. At least in the United States, there's a written constitution. There is no written constitution in Israel. So the Supreme Court of Israel basically just writes whatever it wants. And everybody is expected to comply. The Supreme Court in Israel actually even appointed its own successors. So imagine Ruth Bader Ginsburg appointing her own successor. That's essentially how it works. In the State of Israel, these folks were not answerable to the actual legislature of the State of Israel the Knesset. Despite all these problems, Israel has seen a lot of success.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on People of the Pod

"Committee. Each week, we take you beyond the headlines to help you understand what they all mean for America, Israel, and the Jewish people. I'm your host, manja brashear pashman. All this month, we have been hearing from you, our listeners on what being Jewish means to you. What makes you Jewish and proud. We have selected two more voices to wrap up this month's special segment, Hannah, and Dina. I am proud to be a true because of our baby and country since the world in the beautiful culture and of our perseverance and questions. We have a beautiful language because he grew, we are a very special cause of being a Jew, is a very important part of my life. Hi, I'm Nina fish. Being Jewish is a privilege. It's something that makes me feel fulfilled every day. And a big part of that is the religious structure that the Torah provides for my life. And the connection that it enables me to have with people from all around the world. And three times a day, we turn to the hotel. We turn to Jerusalem to pray and to feel connected. And I think that it's the most special thing that people from the Diaspora all across the world know that their home is Israel, that the Jewish state is there for them. And every day Israel is working to make sure that the perspective of where you are, that you know you have a home that Israel is there to welcome you. It makes me proud. It makes me so unbelievably proud to know that there is a place where Jew no matter if they speak Hebrew, no matter if they're religious, no matter if they even support the State of Israel, that there is a place for them to be and a place that is safe for them.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hatton A member of the Palestinian movement Hamas opened fire in Jerusalem's old city this morning killing Israeli and wounding three others before being shot dead by police The attack occurred near one of the gates to the Al aqsa compound which has been a regular flash point The man who was killed has been identified as Elias David K an Israeli immigrant originally from South Africa The attacker has been named as fadi Abu Cedar Hamas confirmed that he was a member of the group's political wing in east Jerusalem A Palestinian political analyst in a former spokesperson for the Palestinian authority she is based in Ramallah in the West Bank The situation in Jerusalem has been one of extreme tension Palestinian jerusalemites have come under increasing Israeli pressure in the past year home demolitions are an all time high nightly raids the eviction orders against hundreds of Palestinian families coupled with the increasing settler attacks the raids on a mosque and the provocation of religious feelings have all really created a perfect storm So to hear of such an attack was not a surprise at all We don't yet know the motive of the shooter but we do know that he was a member of Hamas's political rather than military wing I mean that significant surely I think if you take it in the wider context it's almost irrelevant This could have been anybody Because the situation on the ground is so tense we've seen these loan attacks happening in response to these Israeli tensions The fact that this attacker belonged to Hamas political wing and the wording of the statement tells observers like me that this was a loan attack It wasn't A planned attack statement that Hamas was proud of the fact that this person was a member of the movement but it didn't claim responsibility But it did congratulate him Well well yes He did of course you know this is in line with its agenda or with its policies But it does not seem that this attack was planned or ordered at a higher political or military level usually the two wings do not work hand in glove judging from the past But to congratulate a member of your political wing for shooting dead and Israeli who by all accounts was unarmed Is that a cause for congratulation Look you have to put this in the context of occupier and occupied whereby the occupying power is real Is carried out several policies and actions that place extreme pressure on Palestinians It is outlawing and criminalizing their civil society organizations It is persecuting their human rights advocates It is imprisoning their student activist It is listening in on their conversations and hacking the phones of political and human rights defenders And at the same time it is rejecting any kind of political dialog with their leaders So in that context confrontation has become the norm of exchange between the two sides So directly direct your response at a military target not at a civilian then Right Well I don't have the full details of all of those who are targeted but my understanding is that the targets were border police They were the symbols of Israeli occupation And again I'm not here to speak on behalf of the attacker or the group that he belonged to But I'm trying to give context of how this is viewed from the Palestinian side that is being crushed under these Israeli practices and policies were even dialog and human rights advocacy are being criminalized It's almost like Palestinians are being pushed into a corner of confrontation because everything else is also being outlook That can only change with international pressure As long as Israel can get away with this can get away with being an occupier And of committing great violations of international law then nothing about this very desperate situation will change unfortunately Palestinian political analyst and a former spokesperson for the Palestinian authority And an Israeli police spokesperson today told reporters that two of those shot were civilians and two police and a Jerusalem hospital said one of the wounded civilians have died Barcelona is one of a number of European urban hubs which had large numbers of wild boar living near by and they become a common presence in the city itself The singer Shakira who lives in Barcelona in a recently complained that a Beau had attacked her in a park and encounters between locals and the animals have been on the increase As a result the local government is trying to bring the Boers under control as guy hedge co reports See I get the morality And all too common seen in Barcelona is captured on film A.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio I'm June grosso The Biden administration is considering reopening the U.S. consulate in east Jerusalem which would serve Palestinians in the West Bank In his latest piece for Bloomberg opinion author and columnist zev shavitz says the move could lead to a clash in Washington He joins me now So explain what the U.S. consulate in east Jerusalem stands for The Jerusalem consulate was originally founded in 1824 to when there was no Easter west Jerusalem It was just the old city And its job was to look out for American interests with the most church interest in Jerusalem In 1949 the jordanians captured the eastern part of Jerusalem in the next few Jordan And the U.S. had an embassy in Jordan in Amman and had put a council at injury in 1967 after Israel conquered Jerusalem in subsequently the next day The conflict in east Jerusalem dealt with Palestinian affairs primarily and there was a conflict in Westeros and a U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv Under president Trump America moved the embassies and the council to Jerusalem And it closed the consulate in east Jerusalem That is to say el Jerusalem And that's the genesis of that council So President Biden has a different take than president Trump on this He wants to reopen the consulate in east Jerusalem What's been the reaction to that Well the reaction in Israel's official reaction is completely negative The Israel government wants to make it clear that Jerusalem is one dividable city and that it's the capital of Israel The American government thinks that I believe it thinks that Jerusalem could be part of the Palestinian state Ever is such a state And that's the disagreement The problem that I pointed to in my column is a political problem largely which is that Israelis understand that the Biden administration wants to undo as much of the Trump policies here as it can But on the other hand there's a wall to wall virtually a long wall support for keeping Jerusalem in letting any thing that might either be interfere with that happen which includes the confluence in east Jerusalem And therefore what I wrote in the column and what I believe is that whether it's a good idea or a bad idea on some higher level on the political it's impossible It knows where the government could possibly give back permission to account for the Palestinian oriented consulate in east Jerusalem And so it won't happen The U.S. needs the consent of Israel According to the State Department it does And certainly according to the Israeli it's a little more certified or assigned to the conflict in east Jerusalem The Senate as far as the Senate is concerned are both Republican senators and democratic senators of the same mind well they've been there was a letter of I think 200 or slightly more Republican Congress members asserting that those positions correct is correct I don't know about the Senate I assume that there will be a similar number of Republicans in the Senate and support Israel's position As far as Democrats are concerned it's interesting I don't know the answer to that There are certainly many Democrats in both the House and the Senate who I believe will have a very hard time trying to force Israel to accept a consulate that it doesn't want In its capital city But I don't have a vote count yet because it has a signature count because as far as I know that one hasn't taken place in the democratic House and Senate or for that matter in the Republican sense And so the prime minister of Israel is sort of counting on the fact that Joe Biden doesn't want to add this challenge to the many international challenges he already has Yeah I think that's fair to say We're putting in a different way The United States foreign policy now is confronting a lot of issues starting with China And the Russian buildup now on the Ukraine border The Iranian nuclear negotiations which seem to be solved And on and on It's a very big agenda of things which are truly American major American interests And I think that to the United States while they would like to have that consulate and while they would like to do some peacemaking if possible the Israel Palestine question it's quite far down on their agenda For Israel it's at the very top of the very top of its agenda And that's why I think there's a power disparity Surviving some nice thing to do And for better it's absolutely essential for premise to benefit Absolutely essential for his political survival and the survival of the government or in fact any future government in Israel So then there's no contest There's not going to be an east Jerusalem consulate I don't think so I mean the United States can certainly pressure Israel into doing many things because Israel is a client virtually acquired state of the United States in many ways And America's Israel's biggest friend and Israel is a recipient of a great deal of American support All of that is true And on most issues any Israeli government would be very attentive to the requests of the U.S. but on this particular issue on the issue of Jerusalem even Israeli prime minister were to want to do that He wouldn't be able to politically So it's sort of a more point whereas if Biden doesn't get his way on this I don't think that anything will happen politically There'll be some disappointed diplomats in the State Department I imagine but beyond that I don't think it's really a major issue for him Thanks uh That's a chauvet author and columnist for Bloomberg opinion Coming up on Bloomberg opinion is the world really safe from killer asteroids That's next on Bloomberg opinion On June grosso and this is Bloomberg But I know about streaming only on peacock Joining the first day of school and one of these four made up my last 5 and two detention I think he's breathing You.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"And then in it's all in the third person right daniel into this and and he went over here over there and then in the second half of the book of daniel and revelation. It's i daniel saw this and so we get some really incredible imagery in the second half of the book of daniel in this part. What we're seeing is remember. This was the first wave of deportation after jerusalem fell so daniel and jeremiah our contemporaries. They're living at the same time. Daniel at the point this point in in the book of jeremiah daniels already been exiled. He's already been brought to babylon. that first. wave has already happened here. In this book of daniel is daniel and the three companions shedrack meshach and abednego. And then i as michelle and. They're they're trained for three years in the kings house and they're trained to be helpers basically and they're trained to be part of the people of babylon and get service out of those who've babylon is concord and of course we had this incredible too big moments right the first moment where here's daniel and his companions basically say let us eat jewish food duluth ninety from the king's table for this this rich food this this rich wine. Let's eat vegetables and drink water. Which i imagine at some point in my head. I wouldn't say the joke of This was someone's mom. Put this in the bible because to make kids either vegetables but we know what the word of god so so it's legit it's completely true and god bless them. God bless the four of them for being faithful even in a place of exile. That's one of the points of this story. God bless them for being faithful even in the midst of their exile and that faithfulness can still happen even in the midst of exile. You know almost all of the bible is here's what you're going to do when you live in the land when you live in the promised land but here we have. This experience of here is ezekiel. We just got done with him yesterday. Here's daniel today but what about when you're not living in the land. What about when you're not living in the promised land. What do you do then and heard easy kill. Say you're going to build houses and you're gonna plant gardens. You're gonna marry jewish people but you're gonna marry and have children. You're going to hear how you're going to live in exile in daniel is a great example of someone saying okay. Here's how we can live in exile and so we get that that picturing now in chapter two of course how we have this story of nebuchadnezzar who has the stream and it's really remarkable. Nebuchadnezzar is no one's fool He he knows that if he says i had this dream gimme the interpretation. And he tells them the dream. They'll tell them whatever they want to hear. He has no way of proving or of knowing really whether or not the interpretation of the wise people is accurate so he throws out the degree. Basically you have to tell me. Not only the interpretation of the dream you have to tell me the dream itself because are also you. Just how would i know. How do i know if you're telling me the truth or tell me something. Accurate and of course. No one can do that. And i love this. I love it so much. Where daniel comes forward. He asks hannah i as right michelle. He asks them. He prayed with me. Because we're else we're gonna get destroyed. Were part of the the wise crew part of the wise guys. Here and nick is our is going to kill us all if we can't give the dream in the interpretation and so they pray before the lord and so good.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"We heard today. This jeremiah's heartbreaking. We heard jeremiah's heartbreaking in east uses it in the says it in these terms he says curse be the day in which i was born would have been better if i just would have died. And we've heard member if the very beginning of this whole journey with the bible in a year. We her job say something very very similar as one of those ways of just trying to express in trying to capture and convey great grief right great distress such despair of just i am really hurting and got his. Call me to this moment. Remember that god commanded jeremiah. Not to marry because he knew what jeremiah would have to go through. He knew the pain. That germ i would have to go through. And he didn't want jeremiah too. I mean he spared him in this way. I don't want you to have to see your wife and your children go through the pain that you're going through. You know we know for ourselves right that it's one thing to be the one going through pain. It's another thing to have to see the people. We love going through pain and so he kind of made jeremiah a an isolated individual. I mean he. He called him to be alone but even that was almost to spare him that extra pain of of the cost of love. 'cause all of us know jeremiah is going to be even more deeply into this place of great pain. And so here's a celebrate man single man to limit the pain to just jeremiah and not extended to his wife and two children as we heard in chapter twenty one message is jerusalem is going to fall and is going to be horrible. Now we're going to get to the place where we start reading the book of lamentations. In fact we're gonna get to limitations relatively soon. It's going to be a couple of weeks away but limitations is also from jeremiah and it's when jeremiah walks around the city of jerusalem during the siege by the babylonians. And he just. I mean the rain's coming down in germany has this lament of just seems like the city itself is weeping jeremiah. The weaving prophet today in jeremiah. Twenty one he says the hard word of god to the people of jerusalem. Here's what's going to happen when he actually sees it happening in the book of -tations. He doesn't just describe. It isn't describe it as a as an impartial. Observer doesn't describe it as someone who's delivering the prophecy of god of here comes the righteous judgement of god. He describes it as one who not only his suffering himself but one whose heart is breaking because of the suffering that the people are going through. And that's we're gonna get to that when it comes to limitations. In the meantime we just kicked open. The book broke up in the book. Cracked open the book of daniel and the first half of daniel is important to note the first half of daniel. Are these stories the stories that we know right. So here's daniel and shadrack me in a bed. Abednego always go back and forth with abednego and abednego. It's abednego. I i hear is i believe the accent is on the third syllable anyways back door story. That's the speaking of the beginning of daniel is stories and the second half of daniel is revelation so we get to have this narrative in the first half of the book of.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"And in the days of those kings the god of heaven will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed nor shall its sovereignty. Be left to another people it shall break in pieces all these kingdoms and bring them to an end and it shall stand forever just as you saw that a stone was cut from mountain by no human hand and that it broke in pieces the iron the bronze the clay the silver and the gold. A great god has made known to the king what shall be hereafter. The dream is certain. And its interpretation. Sure daniel and his friends promoted then king. Nebuchadnezzar fell upon his face and did homage to daniel and commanded that an offering an incense be offered up to him the kings daniel. Truly your god is god of gods and lord of kings and to reveal mysteries for you have been able to reveal this mystery. Then the king gave daniel high honors and many great gifts and made him ruler over the whole province of babylon and chief prefect. Over all the wise men of babylon daniel made a request of the king and he appointed shadrack meshack and abednego over the affairs of the province of babylon but daniel remained. At the king's court. The book of proverbs chapter fifteen versus twenty five through twenty eight the lord tears down the house of the proud but maintains the widows boundaries. The thoughts of the wicked are an abomination to the lord. The words of the pure are pleasing to him. He who is greedy for unjust gained makes trouble for his household but he hates. Bribes will live. The mind of the righteous ponders how to answer but the mouth of the wicked pours out. Evil things father in heaven. We thank you so much. We praise and glory and lord. God thank you so much not only for your wisdom in proverbs but also helping us follow along with jeremiah the weeping prophet and help us and thank you for introducing us to daniel and to his companions and i as riot michel we thank you so much for the gift that you are gift that these prophets have been to us to the world history and how they've just keep keep pointing back to you keep pointing to your truth. Help us to walk in your truths living your truth this.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"You have deceived me. And i was deceived. You are stronger than i. And you have prevailed. I have become a laughing stock all the day. Everyone mocks me for whenever i speak. I cry out. I shout violence and destruction for the word of the lord has become for me a reproach and derision all day long. If i say i will not mention him or speak anymore in his name there is in my heart as it were a burning fire. Shut up in my bones. And i am weary withholding it in and i cannot fry here many whispering terror is on every side denounce him let us denounce him. Say all my familiar friends watching for my fall. Perhaps you will be deceived. Then we can overcome him and take revenge on him but the lord is with me as a dread warrior. Therefore my persecutors will stumble. They will not overcome me. They will be greatly shamed for they will not succeed. Their eternal dishonor will never be forgotten. Oh lord of hosts who test the righteous who see the heart and the mind. Let me see your vengeance upon them for two you have. I committed my 'cause sing to the lord. Praise the lord for he has delivered. The life of the needy from the hand of evildoers cursed be the day on which i was born the day when my mother bore me let it not be blessed cursed be the man who brought the news to my father. A son is born to you making him very glad. Let that man be like the cities which the lord overthrew without pity. Let him hear a cry in the morning and an alarm at noon because he did not kill me in the womb. So my mother would have been my grave and her womb forever. Great why did i come forth from the womb to see toil and sorrow and spend my days in shane. Chapter twenty one the fall of jerusalem. This is the word which came to jeremiah from the lord when kings at a kaya sent to him pecheur the son of makia and zephenia the priest the son of mafia saying inquire of the lord for us for nebuchadnezzar king of babylon is making war against us. Perhaps the lord will deal with us according to all his wonderful deeds and will make him withdraw from us..

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. I victoria craig. Good morning things are looking a bit up today for. Us and european stocks that just a day after benchmarks in both regions suffered their worst sessions of the year. The pan-european stock six hundred index is up four tenths of a percent. This morning as we check the numbers now. Benchmarks across london paris frankfurt and milan or up in the six tenths to nine tenths percent range while. Us stock futures are up by about the same margin volatility in the past. Twenty four hours is down to a global rise in covert nineteen cases and worries over. How the delta variant of the virus could affect global supply chains going forward. That's according to pan moore gordon's chief economist. Simon french because of the spread of the adults of aaron's lots of countries within the global supply chain again to still be impacted because that population simply unvaccinated. The type of rates that we've seen in the united states in europe and the uk were fully vaccinates populations populations now north of fifty percent of the total population compared to the global supply chain in the global population. Just thirteen percents. We have to put. Yesterday's moves and recent moves into context is coming off all time highs in global share prices and they'd been up about eighty percents bottomed out in march twenty twenties. There's also a degree of profit-taking after a really really strong run for equity markets. A few other noteworthy numbers for you this morning. Global oil prices have found more solid footing. That's after they plunged more than six percent yesterday on worries about how future demand will be affected. If virus cases continue to rise brent is up one tenth of a percent while west. Texas intermediate is three tenths of a higher. Israel's prime minister today warned the boss of anglo-dutch food giant unilever of quote severe consequences after the company's ice cream brand ben and jerry's said it'll stop sales of its products in the palestinian territories of the west bank and east jerusalem..

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"There was a recent change of guard in the knesset of israel. That's israel's parliament building. And you've probably heard if you've been keeping up with international news that longtime israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu was ousted by a coalition government led by two opposing parties. Neftali bennett of the amina party and yet ear of the yesh a teed party i know that's a mouthful but those are the two parties that work together to oust. Netanyahu bennett is the first to take the position of israeli prime minister so i wanted to take a moment to introduce him to you by sharing a little bit about his history and who he is neftali bennett was born march twenty fifth nineteen seventy-two and even though he is now serving as israel's thirteenth prime minister he has been in the public eye for quite some time he served as the minister of the asper affairs between two thousand thirteen and two thousand nine hundred nine. He was minister of education from two thousand. Fifteen to two thousand nine hundred and minister of defense from two thousand nineteen to two thousand and twenty. He has led to political parties both being very conservative. The new right party which yamina he created that in two thousand eighteen and he previously led the jewish home. Party between two thousand twelve and two thousand. Eighteen bennett was born and raised in haifa. He's the son of immigrants from the united states and after he served in the israeli defense forces he was part of a special forces unit. He became a software entrepreneur in one thousand nine hundred ninety started a company that focused on fraud and ecommerce fishing dealing with all the issues that come with fraud online and he sold that company in two thousand five for one hundred and forty five million dollars. He's also served as ceo of another israeli company. It's cloud based company and he sold that in two thousand thirteen for a reported one hundred to hundred and thirty million dollars so he has experience in the in. The private industry in two thousand and six tally bennet entered israeli politics. And he served as chief of staff. For benjamin netanyahu until two thousand eight netanyahu think about this the man that he that that neftali bennett ousted. Netanyahu was his mentor. In fact bennett son. Yonatan is named after the netanyahu's brother. Yonathan netanyahu who died saving israelis in the famous entebbe rescue. Prime minister bennett is of ashkenazi. Jewish heritage both of his parents emigrated from poland germany and russia to the united states. I and some of his fam- mother's family members who remained in poland were actually sadly murdered in the holocaust benefits. Political positions have been described as ultra nationalist and bennett actually describes himself as even more right wing than netanyahu which really shows the elasticity of israeli politics than an extremely conservative ultranationalist would partner with a moderate liberal and even islamist party to form a coalition government. But needless to say though. Netanyahu may be out what came in in the form of bennett is an even more conservative. Prime minister bennett. Also opposes think about this. He opposes the creation of a palestinian state in october. Two thousand sixteen bennett is quoted. Saying on the matter of the land of israel we have to move from holding action to a decision we have to mark the dream and the dream is that judea and samaria which is known as the west bank will be part of the sovereign state of israel. We have to act today. He says we we must give our lives. We can't keep marking the land of israel as a tactical target and a palestinian state as their strategic target in november. Two thousand sixteen bennett is quoted saying that the election of donald trump as president of the united states gave him hope that the two state solution would no longer be considered a viable option claiming the era of the palestinian state is over. You can see that ben. It doesn't seem that interested in establishing a future palestinian state but again this is why the government he helped form so interesting. His coalition government is primarily made up of parties that want to advance two state solution so a vote of no confidence could easily erode this government. That bennett is leading. Currently bennett also has an israeli heart and soul. But he's got some american in as well. He is for shrinking. The size of the government of government influence on the people's lives and lowering taxes israel. Pay some of the highest taxes in the world. This is the current prime minister of the state of israel taliban. And let me. Just say this here. At the friends of israel it doesn't matter who is prime minister of israel doesn't matter who's in power we pray for israel we pray for the jewish people and we stand by them no matter what that's what we believe here at the friends of israel because we stand on genesis twelve three that those who bless israel will be blessed and those who curse israel will be cursed and we choose to stand on the side of blessing. We pray for you. Neftali bennett now. Apples of gold a dramatic reading from the life and ministry of holocaust survivor speak alisher many orthodox jews in my neighborhood especially older people for whom i make home repairs usually invite me to their family celebrations such as bar mitzvahs weddings and other religious observances. Although they know what. I believe and in spite of many heated discussions about religion. They never forget me. During the times of rejoicing. Father recently invited me to his son's bar mitzvah. I attend bar mitzvahs other religious festivals because they provide good opportunities to witness about the lord. It is not easy to speak about him because people do not want to listen but it gives me courage and opened doors shortly after the ceremony and old man approached me. He knows me well. Because i have repaired many things for him and we have spoken about christ in his home. He greeted me and asked how can can come over the sea and not the wet. I understood his meaning and replied. It is possible if god wills it. Such an incident happened when the israelites crossed the ridge. Sea and came out dry eye to cross see literally and figuratively came out dry when i survived the holocaust this was god's will so i might meet you and tell you about my faith in christ if you like. We can continue the conversation about him that we began in your home. That would be good his head. I will gather some friends. We'll be happy to join us. Yes do you have a bible with you. Yes i replied. I am ready to discuss it with you. But i want you to know i did not come to compete with you to see who knows more about the bible you see. It's not enough to know about the bible. The important thing is to believe it. You should know who your savory is. One of the men said. I suppose you mean your jesus. I responded. he is not my is only. The bible says jesus came from heaven to give himself for the whole world. These men mckim very agitated angry. What i was happy. The true subject of discussion. Jesus christ was out in the open. And that i could really speak about my fleet in charleston..

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Made available. You know what what do you hope is the big takeaway for them. Well first of all we hope personally. I hope that they'll see the connection between jerusalem. In god's plan for the ages particularly as it gives understanding to the conflict that has been ongoing between god and satan satan rebel But we also see that. What's important to god should be important to us. Yeah there's a reason why. Jerusalem is important to to christians in. It isn't just looking back. that makes it important. It's looking forward. So when we understand jerusalem's importance to god's redemptive plan then we can better understand and give context to what's going on in the world today. Yeah and what we would expect to happen in the future. You know you take people to jerusalem all the time. I've been with you in jerusalem on the tours and You know it's amazing because you're looking in one in one picture as you're staring at jerusalem from the mount of olives in one picture you're looking at thousands of years of history and another picture. Were talking about future prophetic events. That will happen all in one vision and it's amazing. It's almost like the vision. That god has an when you're standing in jerusalem to see the past and understand the future that's coming in one one picture that's what makes jerusalem so amazing. I couldn't agree more in part of what you're really looking at is of all of human history past and present in as we say what will happen. We're looking at the most important part of human history. Yeah this is where a redemption has been accomplished in. This is where god will center his whole kingdom here on earth. Yes it's an amazing thing in it's a privilege everytime i'm in jerusalem. Every time i get that view for the mount of olives reminded how how privileged. I am to just be able to go there and see it because as andy said the land of the bible in the message the bible or forever connected. You can't separate the two in one of the reasons we take our cicero. Every spring and fall is because we want to help. People connect the land with the bible. He's absolutely right. There is no separation between the two the two go hand in hand. That's right and that's why we're gonna have some information for our listeners. And how they can register for this online conference. Jerusalem in prophecy. Hey listen i want to read psalm. One thirty seven five.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Takeaway for our attendees who will come when they get done. Going through all the sessions that'll be made available. You know what what do you hope is the big takeaway for them. Well first of all we hope personally. I hope that they'll see the connection between jerusalem. In god's plan for the ages particularly as it gives understanding to the conflict that has been ongoing between god and satan satan rebel But we also see that. What's important to guide should be important to us. Yeah there's a reason why. Jerusalem is important to to christians in. It isn't just looking back. that makes it important. It's looking forward. So when we understand jerusalem's importance to god's redemptive plan then we can better understand and give context to what's going on in the world today. Yeah and what we would expect to happen in the future. You know you take people to jerusalem all the time. I've been with you in jerusalem on the tours and You know it's amazing because you're looking in one in one picture as you're staring at jerusalem from the mount of olives in one picture you're looking at thousands of years of history and another picture. Were talking about future prophetic events. That will happen all in one vision and it's amazing. It's almost like the vision. That god has an when you're standing in jerusalem to see the past and understand the future that's coming in one one picture that's what makes jerusalem so amazing. I couldn't agree more in part of what you're really looking at is of all of human history past and present in as we say what will happen. We're looking at the most important part of human history. Yeah this is where a redemption has been accomplished in. This is where god will center his kingdom here on earth. Yes it's an amazing thing in it's a privilege everytime i'm in jerusalem. Every time i get that view for the mount of olives reminded how how privileged. I am to just be able to go there and see it because as andy said the land of the bible in the message the bible or forever connected..

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"jerusalem" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Home for everything home, Download the app today. Israel receives a visit from the United States top diplomat the latest on the media lines. Felice freed Sense. Speaking in Jerusalem on Tuesday, U. S Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that the first order of business is tackling the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip. But doing so in a way in which the Hamas terrorist organization will not benefit from the reconstruction effort. The area was ravaged by 11 days during which Hamas fired thousands of rockets into Israel. In return, Gaza suffered devastate In destruction by Israeli forces seeking to destroy the Iranian proxies, military infrastructure often hidden by civilian institutions and noncombatants. The Israeli capital was the first stop on the tour that will include meetings with Palestinian leaders before moving on to Jordan and Egypt. I'm police freaks in town Hall News Jerusalem News and analysis at the media line dot organ town home calm from Washington. I'm Keith Peters. This report is sponsored by Wendy's breakfast. Castro Valley a stall in your way It's eastbound 5 80 right before Castro Valley Boulevard. It's on the left shoulder, but it's a little narrow there, so it is slowing Everybody down to Redwood Road right now. At the Lake Austin you about 10 Minutes and two car crash in Mountain view things improving here south. When I wanted shoreline, it's on the shoulder now instead of blocking lanes, but you're still backed up from Embarcadero Road. North one on one San Francisco a title from Cesar Chavez to the Bay Bridge, and he's found 92 Hayward. Delayed from industrial to 8 80 knots for traffic on Brian Lawrence. Wendy's France to Gino is cold brew with Frosty creamer. So wake up with a breakfast, bacon, ater, season potatoes and a little frosty.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Is that an illegal act that they committed what the justification for what happened in nineteen eighty in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. That's a decision. They made to do a detour. Annexation last year for instance Netanyahu promised in his election campaign that if he became prime minister he would. He would annex or what he would As he termed it. A establishes raliess sovereignty over the jordan valley inside of the west bank. That's time which is a crime which is a crime and no one disagrees with that. The united nations and these are openly stated. I'm going to commit these crimes. Because i just don't think they're illegal like this is this is almost juvenile. You know what i mean. It's incredible and this again just to make the same points because our governments allow it period and it's under insanity if you look what they're doing now at the the most pertinent issue. I think the one that some of the most important at the moment is the case of shadow. So you people of shakes genre. Israel orders and It's sorry it's says that these people in shadow Did not don't have proof That they've been living Like in these properties right that the paperwork wasn't done under jordanian rule and that these homes or the area used to be owned by jews And so according to israel's nineteen fifty absentees property law and they use this by the way it's well documented in the human rights watch reported the anyone wants to go through the two hundred twenty plus page report there on included It's well documented. How this absentees property law was used to annex palestinian territory Going back to the laws inception but now they use this in east jerusalem along with A decision made in the knesset in nineteen seventy seven in order to say this land used to belong to jewish people can be returned to jewish people But there's no such thing for palestinians on the other sides have palestinians car claim. Land the people of schick are though these people specifically in the cases so incredibly ridiculous even by the israeli a legal system standards and we have to understand. This is not just sat. there is coming in by themselves as the whole israeli legal system which backs them in this rights of course and so this situation here the residents of shake genera refugees in nineteen forty seven nine hundred forty eight from places like haifa. And y'all which were ethnically cleansed by Israel leads zionist gangs. At the very least this is the second time they've been illegally displaced exactly. And then what happened with that is when they were ethnically cleansed the jordanian authorities essentially in return for them. You know giving up their refugee status They would be re homed in east jerusalem in shifts data and most of the properties. There were built by the jordanians right now. The argument is by in. The israeli courts is all while. There's no proof. The documentation wasn't completed right by jordanians..

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

"Cyril lived in exile then for more than a decade until the accession of the emperor gration and three seventy eight gration held the nicine faith and was pleased to have one of his kind at the head of the mother church in jerusalem. So cyril was able to go home but powerful people continued to raise questions about him and a council at antioch in three seven nine deputized gregory of nisa to go to jerusalem to investigate the matter gregory went and found cyril to be perfectly orthodox though he judged the church in jerusalem to be a moral mess how could it be otherwise when its leadership had been unstable for decades finally in three eighty one cereals authority and jerusalem was officially confirmed by the first council of constantinople by then he was almost seventy years old and he was left to rule in peace until his death and three eighty six through most of his tenure as bishop cyril was tossed by unpredictable waves. In a vast sea of cleese gaskell politics. His life was tumultuous with many forced 'exiles and many indications he was sometimes mocked by men who should have been his allies and he was sometimes vindicated by those who should have been his enemies. His life was an adventure in international politics and intrigue and yet he's hardly remembered at all for that he is remembered instead for his cata. Catechal lectures as i said earlier. There were twenty four of them one introductory lecture than eighteen lectures on the basics of the faith and then five lectures on the sacramental rites of the church. And these cyril covered all the basics of the faith. The creed the commandments prayer. And the sacraments. It is the most thoroughgoing catechal program we have from the mid fourth century. Each lecture was addressed to the crowd of adults who were preparing to be baptized. that year. The empire was still very much in transition. In those days and the baptismal classes could be very large and the audience included the full range of folks. You might meet in a typical neighborhood. Some were educated professionals. The most were not cyril spoken away that reached everyone simultaneously. His words were simple but they sparkled with poetry and immediacy his teaching was deeply biblical drawing from both the old testament and the new testament and since he was preaching in jerusalem. His scriptural stories were often set in familiar local places..

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

"The others division spreads suspicion though compromises sometimes succeeded in making friends out of enemies they also tended to make enemies out of one's more radical friends loyalty tests abounded and everybody's was different everywhere in the church there were widespread denunciations and frequent calls for excommunication. Well cyril was one of those who were uncomfortable with the term con substantial. He affirmed the doctrine. He just worried that. The philosophical term came with bad connotations and could lead people to misunderstandings about the trinity. He lived in a place. Moreover where the doctrinal ground was constantly shifting in three thirty five a senate jerusalem concluded that arias had been wrongly dismissed but then another synod in three forty six vindicated at the nation's the great opponent of areas. The church in jerusalem seemed not to know which side it was on jerusalem's bishops had been friendly to the nicine 'cause but jerusalem at the time was not a metropolitan see. It fell under the authority of the church of caesarea and says arenas bishops had consistently shown sympathy to areas and his followers. Around the age of thirty five cyril was ordained a priest by bishop maximus when maximus died. Shortly afterward cyril was chosen as his successor and then he was consecrated as bishop of jerusalem by the arian bishop of caesarea. Whose name was a case. It only goes to show how complicated life can be in such times perhaps inevitably though cyril soon ran afoul of acacias. It wasn't over any question of doctrine but rather of authority some twenty-five years before the council of nicey had conferred special honor upon the church in jerusalem. The council was vague about what that status entailed. But cyril was. Now invoking that honor in order to justify a declaration of independence from the church of caesarea a case the arian sauce cheryl's long game. He saw that cyril was trying to establish jerusalem as a reservation for nice seen orthodoxy. The symbolic importance of that move would be huge of course since jerusalem was the birthplace of the church so the metropolitan grew angry and he went after cyril with the literal vengeance acacias received reports that during a famine cyril had sold church property in order to raise money to feed the starving poor with this as evidence he accused of blasphemy. He summoned him to caesarea to account for his actions but cyril sense to set up and he refused to comply instead. He traveled through the surrounding area trying to drum up support from other bishops and once while he was away. A catious directed that a council should meet in jerusalem and that council held in three fifty seven. Under a cases. Influence deposed cyril in absentia. Well from that point on cyril had more rises and falls than a boxer in a prizefight in three fifty nine a regional council met and solutia and reinstated cyril and not only that the bishops at that council deposed acacias a year later however that decision was reversed by another local council this one in the imperial capital and this time the decision was sealed by the approval of the emperor can stance but contentious died soon afterward and the new emperor. Julian allowed cyril to return to his see in three sixty one but then another area in terms of thrown the emperor valluns and he banished cyril once again in three.

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