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Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"News time to 38 in 10 10 wins entertainment. We were on a break and it sounds like that break is going to continue. Sources tell Variety, The much anticipated friends reunion has been delayed again. Because of the pandemic. The unscripted special was originally supposed to be filmed in March and premiere on HBO Max in May. Then it was pushed a later this summer, with cast members, saying they hoped it would be done in August. That is apparently no longer the case. No word yet. On a new target date, Netflix is reportedly close to a deal to stream the third season of the Israeli drama Bissell. This series follows an Orthodox family in Jerusalem, the fourth season filming now we'll pick up four years after the events of season three deadline, says the nine episode season could be available on Netflix sometime next year. Wins news time to 30 now, Little that I know when I joined Kaiser Permanente that it would be on my top 10.
Lebanon to place Beirut port officials under house arrest
"Into how more than 2000 tons of ammonium nitrate came to be stored at a port for years. And it comes after more than 100 people were killed and thousands wounded. In a massive explosion in Beirut, Beirut woke up to a scene of devastation that looks like a war zone. Smoke is rising above the ruins of flattened buildings and residents are sifting through shattered apartments. Miles away. Hospitals are overwhelmed. International aid is already arriving from nearby countries, including Turkey, Cyprus and Greece. Robert Burger. CBS NEWS Jerusalem The World Health Organization is airlifting medical supplies to Lebanon following that explosion. 11 34. Don't get bummed out working from home, looking around everything that needs to get done called the Professionals.
Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"300,000 people are homeless in Lebanon, the aftermath of a devastating blast in Beirut this week. More than 150 people killed. The death toll keeps rising 5000 people injured. They think Mohr there is still pouring through the rubble, hoping to find someone alive, But residents of Beirut are blaming the politicians. They're angry and demanding answers. And ABC is Jordana Miller has more Lebanon's president, expanding the investigation into the deadly Beirut explosions that is, public anger grows over the initial assessment, the government negligence Was to blame for the industrial accident. Michela alone says investigators will now also examine the possibility that a rocket bomb or other act detonated nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate. But so far no evidence of an attack has surfaced. Many in Lebanon skeptical their political leaders will find and reveal the truth. We're calling for an international investigation. Gordana Miller. ABC NEWS Jerusalem. Under evaluation. The suspect accused of violently attacking Multiple Saugus police officers appears in court. Karen Regal was first on scene and then covered the suspects. Arraignment. Here's more Stephen. So Song appeared in Lynn District Court in a hospital Johnny and blinked as the clerk read the charges against him, ranging from assault and battery on a police officer to attempted murder. When Saugus police went to Tuttle Street to check out a report of a stolen you all they said so song was disturbed. Here's the prosecutor officers had a concern for his safety and believed the section 12 was necessary. That would be a mental health commitment. So Song allegedly stabbed three officers after trying to barricade the door with his body fire. Lieutenant Sinh Alley, who was also on scene was able to grab the knife and wrestle.
Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion
"Explosion in Lebanon's capital city kills at least 100 people and injures for 1000 Maur this morning. Some residents are searching the debris in the streets of Beirut frantically looking for missing loved ones. The source of the blast remains unclear, but Lebanese investigators are focusing on a warehouse. That held tons of the explosive ammonium nitrate, suggesting an industrial accident. ABC Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem. The root is a city in shock and grief. Some officials comparing the massive explosions at the port to the atomic bombing of Hiroshi Mima. Health officials say the blast killed at least 100 people. They do expect the death toll to rise given dozens or presumed trapped under rubble. Hospital struggling to treat at least 4000 injured residents, Lebanon's prime minister confirmed Firming 2750 metric tons of stored ammonium nitrate blew up, but it's still unclear what initially set the chemicals on fire. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem Initial reports was that was of fireworks manufacturing plant.
Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"I think Daniel Chapter six is really helpful and I think Christians need need to really think through all the avenues of this There was a decree that came from the civil magistrate in the land of time. It said that no one could pray for thirty days and I think the people that you're referencing by Christians in China you know that in in in nations where there's not that freedom. So they've been exercising civil disobedience for a long time I. Think what American Christians Objection that I've gotten from them is they say, well, but that's when Christians are being specifically targeted. And and I think what? I would say in the case of Daniel Chapter six, we have an eating a decree that goes out from the king that says that no one pray to inigo not just a trillion Christian gone but any Gaza this incorporate the Buddhist the Muslim and it goes even further says or petition any man. So the atheist and agnostic isn't it was universal it was not specifically simply targeting. The worshipers of Galway did not just Daniel and Israelites targeted all people you can't prayed in God or petition any man what Daniel does is and it was temporary. A lot of people said you know I've I've gotten pushbacks. Let's just temporary was tempering the days of Daniel was a thirty day ban on prayer. And Daniel continues to pray not only does he continue to pray but he praised three times a day. was his custom so he's not ramping it up to just try to stick it to the man. He's not trying to throw unnecessary punches, but he is. He's doing what he's always been accustomed to do pray three times a day with his windows open and even the windows open is not trying to stick to the man. The opening of his windows was actually again bet that right response that was something that God regulated in his worship because when Solomon Christened the temple and the Old Testament, there was a covenant made that said that if any one was even held captive in a far distant land if they turn and face this temple and cry out to God, God would hear their cry. And answered their prayer and so Daniel is praying with his windows open facing Jerusalem as he's held in captivity he's not trying to just throw unnecessary punches. He's not trying to be unnecessarily disobedience or rebellious, but he's doing precisely what God has always commanded him to do. He's falling the regular principal worshiped, which includes praying and and and Daniel's case praying with the windows open and even though this was an edict that affected universally all the population, not just Christians and even though it was temporary on thirty days, I can just imagine the Hebrew saying only thirty days. Surely, we should submit to the civil magistrate. Gobble on that Daniel doesn't do that, and so I think we have biblical texts for this. And just would just not seen it. I think it's because of what you said. I think this is a muscle that the church in America has just had not had. We haven't had to work this muscle and so it's atrophied. It's it's it's week and I think as time goes on I. THINK WE'RE GONNA see a lot of churches maybe just weren't true churches to begin with but I think we'll see a lot of other churches and hopefully more like sleeping giants that the Lord uses an eventually. Churches all over..
Lebanese capital rocked by huge explosion
"Lebanese officials comparing the power of the explosions in Beirut to that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima baby sister Donna Miller has more from Jerusalem. Lebanon's health minister says at least 2500 people have been injured and 25 killed in the massive explosions that destroyed much of Beirut's port and wreaked havoc on buildings across the capital for several miles, the prime minister now declaring Wednesday, a national day of mourning the death toll certain To rise. Security officials say the blast may have begun in an old confiscated weapons warehouse. Israel, which has indicated it was not involved in the blast, says it has offered humanitarian and medical aid to Beirut. Giordano Miller, ABC NEWS
Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on SOFREP Radio
"She loves it. She, she absolutely loves actually. She loves the people standing in. Line Run here you know they just they need to go. They need to go somewhere they just wait in the line and Then and then they pay for whatever it is like. People. Don't Ross overly personal questions. You know plus people give you a person's face it you. Know. She, likes. Yet Israel is don't like standing in line I've noticed. I like nights my turn man. Why? A I noticed that when I was there and but it's such a wonderful place and I visited there quite a few times with work. And I definitely want to go back and because I've told my family about an as someone who loves history that country is it's like a living breathing museum as I put it because you can walk through Jerusalem parts of the country and everything was as it was two thousand years ago I mean. You know when the Romans re laid waste Jerusalem a lot of the ruins just where they left them. Yeah. It's an amazing place but. In in your book was Outstanding as I put it. I mean. You get the impression from reading it and it's you're kind of. Pulled right into it and I felt like we were sitting in a pub in you're telling me your story. View I absolutely love that line. Passage. Because that's how I felt when I was reading it I I wasn't being recited to I wasn't reading some dry commentary out you know. A person's you know experiences I was Kinda pulled in, and that's what made the book so easy to in quick to read. Once, I started reading it. I couldn't put it down. And like I. I, missed a couple of meals because my wife was like we gotta eat now go ahead. In this, I'm not putting this down until it's done. Either by the way for Greenbrier be saying this to me about my experience in about my writing about that book. It for me is as good as it gets right doesn't get better than this like you with all of your military experience. You'll of things that you've done to to kind of look at my experience, give it kind of validation. To be able to Recognized within your own training. Some of those things really makes me feel special actually make. Makes me very really feel like it's done and and and and I really respect your audience service and I'm I'm just incredibly proud of that review actually Very well, deserved my friend. I mean I like I said when they asked me if I would review it I was like sure I love reading. Everyone's experience because like I said, we're all different but yet we're all the same. Yeah. I. Mean. You know we we all have our you know our own experiences but you know we can we all speak the same language basically when it comes down to it in the that's what I love about books like this in. Their respective there I mean I thought that was a tremendous book and I again I mean you you there's the hours of boredom the the sheer terror at times, and then the ridiculousness of a guy throwing as washing machine off the roof i. mean it's all there there. You know and I. Really Appreciate Your Time Today and again thank you for your book. It's definitely in my collection of You know I've already shared with a couple other people I, told them they need to read this. So amazing really appreciate that. Very much pretty happy to do this reading lots and lots of different by the way. y'All GONNA keep reading. Yeah but so are you writing anything Now that's coming out or are you going to continue writing or is? What your plant workable Looking, write to write a novel about we were talking before about I had this relative who served in the British Secret Service What will one in the nineteen twenties and I'm looking to write kind of a fictional account based on him. On what he did. He was arrested in France China prison espionage. I think he's a great character. So. Yes. So watch this space. That's that's awesome. Well, we look forward to reading that in the future so. Keep us in mind for that and Yeah. Again, Mark Thank you very much for your for your time for your patients today and for you for sharing your experiences what this low program. Steve, thanks very much for having me. Okay and for everyone. Make sure you add this to your reading lists. It's Called beyond the Green Line by Margot. Tremendous spoke about his experiences in the Israeli counterinsurgency. and. It's a great human story as well. So for Myself Steve Ouster during Mark Goldberg all of us here at Safra Radio Software Radio on time on target will be back with another.
Repent or Perish (Luke 13:15)
"Luke chapter thirteen versus one through five. They were some president that very time who told Jesus about the gallon whose blood pilot and mingled with their sacrifices. And he answered them. Do. You think that these gala liens were worse centers and all the other Galileo because they suffered in this way? No I tell you. But unless you repent, you will all likewise perish. Or. Those eighteen on whom the tower and Salaam fell and killed them. Do, you think the day were worse offenders and all the other lived in Jerusalem. No I tell you. But unless you repent, you will all likewise perish. There's so much in the short passage, but to summarize it. You have people who are asking Jesus. About. Basically, an instance of moral evil, an instance of natural evil. This instance of moral evil the Galley ensues blood piloted mingled with their sacrifices to basically people who were offering sacrifices and were suddenly killed. Basically mass occurred in the second instance is a tower and Salaam falling all of a sudden and killing eighteen people that would be natural evil something happening not necessarily because. Someone was awesome in the first group. But here in the second group is to situation where a tower suddenly fell and killed eighteen people and you have these people coming to Jesus basically asking him like were these people worse than others and I I read this and I think about. What's happening around us? Now particularly in my country. But also around the world amidst all kinds of. Violence and moral evil on one hand. And then natural evil in the middle of a pandemic. and Jesus words he says it twice. He says, as you think about these things like don't try to determine like WHO's a worse center it's what he's telling these crowds who are asking about this like that's not the point. The point is unless you repent. You will all likewise perish. She says that twice unless you repent you all likewise perish like moral evil natural evil are reminders that we are all one day going die. And so what is most important? Every single one of our lives is that we repent while we have time today that we turn from our sin we turn mark sinful parts and we'd trust in Jesus as the savior and Lord of our lives that we live in repentance every day ready to meet Jesus like in both these groups none of these people knew that today was gonna be their last day. This tower was gonNA fall I mean they thought they were secure their offering sacrifices and all the sudden they're massacred. So. So we pray. God we we know the life is a missed. And not one of us is guaranteed tomorrow. This pandemic has certainly. Reminded us of this. That not one of us is immune to sickness and death. So God help us. To make today count. For Your glory help us to live in a continual. State, of repentance of turning from, Sin And following you entrusting you and loving you and honoring you and glorifying you got if something were to happen to me like. Two seconds from now. Pray I want my heart to be right before you I pray that over every single person who's listening right now If anybody's listening right now doesn't know US never repent turn from their sin and themselves believed in Jesus did they would do that today like right now and God you would help us to live just this constant awareness of the brevity of life and the need for repentance. We want to be right with you by your grace by your mercy at every single moment, and we want to live with urgency to make the good. News The Gospel of Repentance and belief in Jesus known all around God pray for that kind of urgency as we live in a world of moral evil and natural evil guttering pray that you would use our lives to lead other people to repent to trust in you help us to proclaim the gospel of repentance today in our lives God. Please help us not to lose sight of the brevity of life or the urgency of eternity. In Jesus. Name we pray.
Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on SOFREP Radio
"They they used to do. I don't know if they still do it at times that I heard that the Israeli paratroopers used to take a I don't know if it was ultimately. Are just like a graduation ceremony type thing where they used to do it at night. At Masada, the is that still a thing with them. They used to do it. It's not a thing anymore. You have we every? Combat Soldier in the idea swear an oath. To protect the country, basically and the the paratroop business maybe a couple of other units used to Masada they moved it now to the. The Western Wall. And that's where I did my swearing in ceremonies well. At the Western Wall Yeah Yeah. That's Awesome place and for some years Jewish, I mean I, I've been to is her money times and. I still get. It's when when I go there and to our listeners who haven't been, it's it's it's an amazing place. It gives you goosebumps when you go there and you watch how the people you know they go up to the wall and say. A. Prayer or whatever the that they do. They're it's it's such a it's a powerful place and been there. What over two thousand years, right? Yeah. Yeah. It's yeah. It's a place that connects the Modin in the ancient Yup Began really. Hey My name's Katie stole my name's cody. Johnston. And I'm Robert Evans and we're here today to promote our show worst year ever. Ah podcast where We Talk About Twenty Twenty Aka the worst year ever our purview is wide end bleak. We talk about the election we talk about the administration we talk about protests, other things to which my co hosts will now describe to you. We talk about how to survive a horrible state violence we talk about how? To fight Nazis as part of a community and we talk about like you know election stuff with the politics and things. If you love politicians, you'll tolerate this show listen to worst year ever I'm a heart radio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. I am Lia remedy and I am joined by my render at. We are very excited to announce that we are continuing our journey with a new podcast called Scientology, fair game. What is fair? Video Games a term in scientology that is used to describe a was used to describe. The. Taking care of and that's the euphemism Tom Okay threats and enemies of scientology. What it really is is a series of writings and policies directives by L. Ron. Hubbard that lay out how you go about destroying someone who is an enemy of? Scientology. Listen to Scientology Fair game on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Yeah I can't it felt like. I don't know. Like I was intruding because I'm not Jewish but. Watching it unfold there when you know the people I was with in we're we're watching people do that. It's it's very I I thought it was along with certain other parts of Jerusalem. especially in the old parts, it's such a powerful place and as you said, it connects the old the new and It's part of your heritage there and I think that that's a neat place for the paratroopers to take their of. Yeah Yeah it is. It is pretty good. It's very powerful plants. Yeah. What were your parents like when they saw? Did, they notice a big change in you at your graduation. Yeah I think so I think it's very like in many ways in many instances. I kind of looked at him. I felt like what I you know I dragged his middle costs Jewish couple from London. To the some all me barracks. So you know. Backfield in in in a place, they've never you know jurist lab. Jerusalem, they would never have otherwise gone through. By these other Isreaeli parents who who will know exactly what they're doing and what's happening. But. It was great unit. They were great by them. So proud it was amazing. A really proud of me. And I was really proud to have been that. So yeah, I mean it was it was it was a very big deal. I remember when I graduated Special Forces training my parents came down for that as well and it was a big thing. Especially, my dad who served in World War Two which We spoke of offline there before we started. You know you know for them to see that it was it was pretty neat and. So. Then you know you you get to your your your unit you're in the is it a battalion or of Now, it's You know what it's theoretically it's a company is actually because it's It's a little bit smaller than a company is okay. And they had like a reconnaissance battalion. The battalion. The arrived, which is anti tank. Engine Engineering Element and then a reconnaissance element as well. and. Then altogether like the reconnaissance battalion. Okay, the end you're in the reconnaissance. Element right? Yeah. No I was in the element which is like anti-tank. Incident okay, but you know you took part in the The Second, Intifada? Yes. Again, that part of your book was fascinating again, you know because it wasn't what you expected to be doing not but there was a lot of really interesting A. Incidents that happened in I mentioned a couple of them in the review of the book and. One of them just struck me as so insane. But you see crazy stuff like this, all the time and There was a rock throwing incident where Palestinian you'd said climbed onto a roof on an apartment building and they. They were throwing everything they get their hands on. And they ended up throwing. A walking machine onto the armored car which you guys are riding in can you? Can you tell our listeners a little bit about this. Yeah. So I mean. We hit as Paul. degen will security operations only going during that period of time. The brigade as a whole would kind of. into the city would would do make arrests in do various kinds of piece of work in the city. Some, and sometimes, it will happen all in one go like everyone just descends. So this was one of those instances when you think an entire brigade had descended on a city in the West Bank. Nablus? Now what would happen during that because this these ready presence that had been kind of stunned throwing the likelihood of the youths come out and grabbed the rocks and they stopped burning tires and they stop throwing things no lethal semi lethal if you like equipment at soldiers. So we found ourselves on the side of a hill. Side like if you like to your left is just a slope downwards into the city Patio Roy is kind of houses built into one another. And so they on the roofs of these at these houses running from one to the other throwing down on us and I'll 'cause we responding with a non lethal amunition tig asked. Is Very intense situation actually And we were in the thick of this right in the thick of it and and we had called for tied into armored vehicles and we were listening to the things bombard. Vehicle and you kind of here. It's rain almost and then suddenly this this huge bang like. We have what was that and? We break out with a vehicle. You know we come out and what was it? And then the vicar moves and as it moves this washing machine, just kind of falls through. A. Even. Had belongings environment. And then this older guy steps into the middle of this furor that's going on and starts screaming at the roof. And we thought he. He He's supposed to be screaming at us with the Israeli liked invaders here right there during this. So why isn't he shouted US other than arabic-speaking the callers like piecing it out, and he's like he's screaming with the the guys who are the throwing these things at us because we they just through his washing machine. Google. Books. And the gloss right from beep drinking roughly the. Throwing, contents of people's homes onto the car and. And the The hoping ended with like like two minutes later I see right down the very end of the street like six or seven use they they kind of walk out in single file with their heads firmly fixed to the ground and they just walked down slope walk into somebody else's house and start the whole thing again with another truce. Slightly, go this. News ready Palestinian conflict in..
Arielle Korman, Mira Rivera
"Reo is the CO founder and executive director of a mood. She's a Jewish educator performer and perpetual student who is a former Fulbright research fellow and has taught at the national hoverer institute door to door tutoring and was the two thousand nine. Hundred thousand feature teacher at the Jewish singing retreat. Let my people sing Mirror Rivera is a board member of a mood where she also serves as resident rabbi. She has rabbinic ordination from the Jewish, theological seminary and services a rabbi at New York's Roman Nu- She has also board certified Chaplain Mirror. Rivera is also co chair of the Rabbinical Council of Jews for racial and economic justice. Jay. Fridge. And the CO founder with Rene L. Hill of Harlem. Have Ruta a brave space for Jews of Color Allies and co-conspirators in partnership with the Community of Saint Mary's Episcopal Church a professional dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company before rabbinical school she taught hundreds of New York City Public School children through the National Dance Institute Arielle Cormon Mirror Rivera, welcome to Judaism unbounded. So great to have you. Here, thank you. We're really excited to talk about a mood. It's such an interesting and important project. I'll give a little bias in that. I'm really interested in this in particular because I've been on the board of Sfar for many years, which is the issue of the Torah Academy, the Talmud Academy for lgbtq folks are that comes out of the Experience Lgbtq Q. Folks. It's probably a better way to say it and. When I first heard about a mood I was so excited to hear that there was something that seemed similar from edge use of color perspective. So it's something that I've really wanted to explore for a long time that both of us have and and we're really thrilled to finally have this opportunity. So Mirror I was wondering if we could start with a little bit of the origin story of a mood. In, two, thousand, eighteen, I was invited to be in the Selah Cohort fifteen of bend the arc four juice of color by Jews of color and there I met Ya McCoy will meet her the year previously. And part of that training. Was a study that we that she called. J O C. Tour Academy. And it was several afternoons where we would look text from an anti oppression lands, and at the end of that hurt I was sitting with you who the webster was hard the cohurt. We looked at each other and I said, why does this have to be only part of this training? We need this to be real, and so we started talking with start talking about that. So that was may of two, thousand eighteen. By June or July. Are Corman had come back from Israel at, pass it to you. I did a fulbright year in Israel I live in. Jerusalem and when it came back, I became involved in. J. Fridge which is to cherish on economic justice. And Colored. Caucus. Part of my involvement. J.. Fridge I was connected to Huda Webster An. I approached you Huta saying that I wanted to teach a small class on the politics of Hebrew pronunciation and I wanted to teach it for Jews of color of an Alexi that you're smiling because acid is immensely nerdy deeply nerdy. Added belts deeply important but you huda one up to me and he said what if instead of just having your class, we actually create a container for this kind of learning to happen more often. and. So that really launched the idea of. Jesus, Colored Tour Academy, which became a mood colored tour academy and we started out by a every other week having a person in the community, a Jewish person of color in a community teach whatever they wanted and we we started her first Beta run I'm really got to see what what kinds of topics were interesting. How did the groups of people showed up for different topics differ in and we basically got to conduct all this research We launched our first full year after the high holidays. This past fall in two thousand nineteen. And we just completed our first full year of classes. We got here because for as long as there have been Jewish. People color navigating predominantly white Jewish space the roots have been growing and deepening. People like you. Huda. Myself were able to found something like this because of all that work that had been happening. JESSOP. Color entering wet Jewish is being Jewish spaces and also getting to know one another.
2 Kings 19 and Psalm 46, 80, 135
"Today, we revisited part of the story. We I read on Day, two. Oh, six including! HAS ACI response to Kingston Aker ABS threats. We're reminded of how humbly he responded when troubles came as way, and since we've read this story before you probably recall that after this when he's been blessed, and has stockpiled fortunes, and he gets to live an extra fifteen years, his heart Arc's away from God, it becomes prideful doubts God's words and live somewhat airless Lii. One of the things we didn't touch on home. I read this story. A few days ago was the part where God puts a spirit and snacker. That will cause him to hear ally. There are a few noteworthy things about that burst. God is in charge of evil spirits there on a leash, and they have to do what he says and go where he commands that comforting second God himself didn't mislead snacker. Scripture tells us repeatedly that God cannot lie. Bruce Sixteen eight says he's incapable of it. It would be contrary to his character because according to John. Fourteen one of his name's is the truth. Is the truth, but God's certainly does use equal for his own purposes when Romans eight twenty eight says he works all things together for the good of those who love him. Evil is included in that list of all things, the good, the bad and the ugly the truth he speaks, and the rumors other speak. So. He allows snacker up to be misled. If you think that might be an unjust response, try to zoom out and remember how sin. Acura of has been Lee bought your way and his leaders tell the people of Judah that they shouldn't let y'all way. Trick them into trusting him. This is a merciful response based on what's inaccurate. Deserves from God. Isaiah also tells has a that they will win this war without even putting gas in their horses, and he's right before a Syria can fire an aero toward Jerusalem God's Army, an army of one shows up and wins, but it isn't really a balanced fight. The Assyrians are way outnumbered by the angel of the Lord who kills one hundred and eighty, five thousand of them and one night, plus he has the home field advantage since he owns the whole earth and whatnot, then eventually, king inaccurate is assassinated just as God promised. Next! We jumped back into the psalms. There were two verses in Psalm, Forty forty-six that stood out to me in light of what we just read. Burst this reference to Jerusalem in verse five stood out. It says God is within her. She shall not be moved. God will help her. When morning dawns, this is certainly what played out over the course of the night. When the angel of the Lord showed up and won the battle for them while they were sleeping when morning dawned, they laid eyes on God's victory. The second verse I loved is the most famous one in this chapter Burston be still and know that I am God. One of the things we've seen repeated as you've been in Isaiah lately. Is this idea of quietness and rest and trust? This stillness fits right in with that, doesn't it? In Psalm Eighty the corporate cry is for God to save them and restore them. In this song Israel knows its identity and echoes it back to the God. Who gave them that identity to begin with? I love this imagery in verses eight nine? It says you brought a vine out of Egypt that vine reference to Israel the people the ones he rescued from Egypt. Then it continues saying you drove out. The nation's and planted it. You cleared the ground for it. This is a reference to Israel the place God drove out the Canaanites and planted them there, and now they've been burned up cut down plucked up and they ask God to restore them and promised to praise him for it. Someone thirty five is where my God showed up today. I really love this psalm. I went through it and circled all the action verbs where God is the subject and here's everything. God does in this chapter. Chose Jacob in Israel. Does whatever He pleases, he makes the clouds rise. It makes lightening brings forth the wind. You struck down. The Egyptians is sent. Signs wonders you struck down many nations. He killed mighty kings, then gave their land to Israel he will vindicate his people. You will have compassion on his servants E, Doyle's in Jerusalem. God does a lot of things here, and as we look back on all of them. We see his hand to bless his people. To restore and redeem the very ones who have repeatedly gone astray from him. and. He doesn't do it begrudgingly. He does it willingly joyfully. You know we know that because I six says he does whatever He pleases. It pleases God to adopt centers into his family, and call them sons and daughters. It demonstrates his great art bore redemption. You will vindicate his people. He will have compassion on his servants. It leases him. Wow, ease where the joy
"Acts Chapter One. Is really cool and really confusing not for us, but. Certainly would have been for the disciples on one occasion while Jesus was eating with. X One verse four by the way I should have said that sorry acts chapter one verse four in IV, twenty eleven. On one occasion while he was eating with them. He I'm sorry I can't skip over that phrase, but I didn't plan on one occasion. Not a special occasion. Just, just any old Sunday morning. Any old Monday afternoon. You know on one occasion. He would give them the instructions that would really explained to them his kingdom in a way they'd never seen. Any David the greatest promise of the greatest gift that they would ever. That they would ever know. Okay on one occasion. We'll have to go a little faster than this if we're going to get through it on one occasion while he was eating with them. This is Jesus eating with his disciples. He gave them this command. Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift. Wait for the gift. My father promised what you've heard me. Speak About for John Baptized with water, but in a few days you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit in a few days you will receive the greatest gift, and it's not gonna come in the form of a car. Or House or bonus or something like that? It's going to be the Holy Spirit the greatest come from within. Waiting on an amen. Waiting on the name, and like they were waiting on the Holy Spirit. But then this this, this is the part I want us to jump from today and we have. We have a lot of ground to cover, but from here then they gathered around him and asked him. Here's what they wanted to know. He's speaking about the gift that he wants to give them the holy. Spirit he's already died on the cross risen from the dead. He's about to send to have, but he said I'M GONNA. Give you a gift and you have to wait, and then they gathered around. The Nasscom Lord argue at this time at this time. Going to restore the kingdom to Israel. At this time. Somebody, say at this time. At this time he said to them it is not for you to know the Times or dates. The father has set by his own authority. But you will receive power. Here's the guarantee you will receive power. When the Holy Spirit comes you, and you'll be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the. Word of the Lord Be. Somebody lift your hands in the chat to say I'm ready to receive them I'm ready to receive both hands both hands. I'm ready to. receive it. Oh, by the way I almost forgot. Shout out to my fifteen year old son Elijah be fertig. The Be stands for beats. He's A. He's a beat maker. A producer do the DASH is youtube and I'm sure he would appreciate a subscribe happy Fifteenth Birthday to my oldest son, the one who changed my name to Daddy. And then change to get the Dad. I'll never forget the day. He dropped the D. y. off the it was a it was a horrifying moment. And just even saying my fifteen year old son. Do you know how? How are cake? That makes my bones field. My knees started hurting I just felt like automatically old when I said I was feeling sprightly, and then all of a sudden, I started feeling saggy. Let's say I have a fifteen year old son, but his birthday was yesterday, and I love him so much, and he's watching right now. He better be if he wants to use his own this week and I'm to quiz on the sermon. He's my number one conversationalist. He's my workout partner. Now he's strong. The be stands for beasts to down there when we're working out together, and we have a good time and I love talking to them about my sermons. He is a great blessing. Blessed. Chris. You didn't say Amen, and you have a couple so I'm worried what's going on at the house. Do you need? Children are a blessing amen. Amen, and when you getting ready to have kids, they give you all kinds of advice. We were talking about the birth of the Church I was talking about the birth of my first born son, but. When when you're having your first one right since you don't know what to expect at all, the experts come out of the woodworks telling you how they raise their kids. They don't tell you that that one. They're telling you how they raised and giving you advice based off of Winter Rehab three times, but they just start telling you all this advice, and they'll tell you. Oh, and they'll tell you perfectly. They will prescribe for you perfectly. Kids our blenders. And like you can put them together and plug them in and. They were telling us with Elijah the whole time. The put him on a schedule. Put Him on a schedule. You WanNa do. You WanNa. Do what we did with our kids. When we were your age, and now our kids are grown, but. What was really helpful for us? Just really helped us establish. Just. And it's very good for the child is good for us. Just put them on a schedule. I and schedule. Elijah was. UNSCHEDULED LEVEL Is that a word on schedule. If. It's not a word it's it needs to be come on. How many agree after the year we've been having I. Don't know how you do this, but if anybody knows webster, and we can get a word added to the dictionary I looked it up before I came out I. Don't know how we're going to spell it but I want to suggest that we get after the year. We've been having I want to add after after being a parent of three kids I want to suggest we get this word in the dictionary as soon as possible unscheduled. Everybody's say it unscheduled able. I I. was unscheduled able. I mean you can set the schedule, but he don't care if he doesn't give a crap about. Your stay does not care for sleeping for eating and my kids still, don't they? Do not check my schedule. Looking at me like your kids do. You. Like. Schedule my children my. You know what else my sermon preparation process is on schedule I. Don't know how to spell it, but that's what it is. I was thinking of a way to explain it to. It's. You know I set aside time to study right, and then I'll just sit there and look at the Bible of five bibles, and spread them out, and none of them make any sense, and then while trying to go do something else, and I got something else going on within the sermon will just come. You know walking through the door like hey, here. I am I. Don't care the a date night. How many movie theaters have we been trying to have a date on a Thursday night? And I'm like I'm sorry big. You have to tell me what happens to Tonya. Harding on the ice skating movie. I gotTA write this down. Real quick because the sermon does a check my
Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon amid tensions with Syria
"Are rising between Israel and some of her neighbors. The media lines Lawrence Rifkin has more Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned both Syria and Lebanon that Israel will hold each accountable for any attack on the country emanating from their territory. He was referring to a spike in tensions along both borders. On Friday, shrapnel hit a car and a building in the Israeli held Golan Heights. Apparently a Syrian air defenses attempted to down and Israeli drone in the Lebanon The Shiite Hezbollah militia has been hinting it will seek revenge after one of its fighters died last week in an air strike against the target in Syria, Hezbollah and others have blamed the attack on Israel. The Israeli military moved an infantry battalion to the Lebanese border in anticipation of trouble. I'm Lawrence Rifkin Town Hall News Jerusalem
Israeli police used water cannons to disperse protesters in central Jerusalem
"Cannons to disperse protesters in central Jerusalem They arrested at least 55 protesters. Clashes broke out overnight after 1000 stage to protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Israelis have held a series of demonstrations in recent weeks, calling on Netanyahu to resign, citing his trial on corruption charges and his fractious unity governments poor handling of the Corona virus pandemic.
Waiting in Faith - Luke 2:25-32
"Luke chapter, two versus twenty, five, thirty two. Now there was a man in Jerusalem whose name was Simeon, and this man was righteous and devout, waiting for the constellation of Israel and the Holy Spirit was upon him. and. had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death before he had seen the Lord's Christ. And he came in the spirit into the temple, and when the parents brought in the child Jesus to do for him, according to the cost of the law. Simeon took him up in his arms and blast God, and said Lord Now you are leading your servant depart in peace, according to your word for my eyes have seen your salvation that you have prepared in the presence of all people's light for revelation to the gentiles, and for glory to your people, Israel. I love the story. Of Simeon even reading Luke. Shepherdess like Christmas in July, this is so good reading about Jesus birth, and then to come to the story of this man, who, for years was waiting for the constellation of Israel, who had been told that he would not see death before he had seen the Christ the Messiah the coming King just imagine that like day after day after day in your life waiting, waiting for this promise that is coming confident that his promise will come, but not knowing when that might happen. and then finally seeing the fulfilment of that promise what joy after years and years and years of waiting to have that joy rush to hold Jesus, Christ the Messiah and your hands. And I I read this and I. Just I think about. Different circumstances that different ones of us are walking through in a sense that we're all walking through in the middle of the span dimic waiting for it to subside waiting for a vaccine waiting for whatever resolution might come in the months year years ahead. Not Knowing when that will be like we're waiting I, think about. Who just in different ways you're awaiting like you're in a time where you long for something right now you have a desire for something right now, and you are having to wait. This is certainly been the case for us. As we were waiting to adopt our child, who we were just a few days away from going to pick up until Cova hit, and we have been waiting for months now and don't know how long the waiting will last, but I know we're not the only ones in that boat, and so we pray Oh God. We we confess we have a hard time waiting in many ways like we long for your blessing in certain ways like now God. We long in our family for this child to come into our home God. And I know, others are waiting in different ways longing for this or that longing for this person for relief from this struggle for your answer to this prayer, and so we pray as Simeon like way give us faith and hope and trust and strength and joy in the middle of the waiting. Even as we long for the day, when are waiting will be over in an ultimate sense. Jesus. We are waiting for your return. We long for your return. We long for you to bring an end to sin and suffering and death in this world so many ways. Oh God, we long for that day so bringing about we pray normally we wait with hope. We wait with anticipation for your return when you will make all things new and re praise you. That has been revealed to us that you are coming. I don't know if that will be before any one of US dies, but we know you're coming back with trust in you. We put all of our hope in U.. N. refined in even are waiting in this way we find joy then we find strength, which we find confidence for whatever the next day holds because we know that one day. All things will be made new, so we will wait with joy and trust with faith, and with hope in you, just like semi did day after day after day, and we look forward to the exhilaration to the rush. Wind are waiting will be over when we will see your face revelation twenty two four. And Behold Your glory, our faith turn to site. Hasten the coming of that day in grant us, we pray patients strength joy in the waiting in Jesus name, we pray.
Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial resumes amid protests over Israel's handling of coronavirus
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial today. The corruption trial of Israel's prime minister will begin in earnest in January. That per ruling by the presiding judge is here in Jerusalem's district court. Over 300 witnesses will start testifying against Benjamin Netanyahu at a relatively quick pace of three hearings per week. He will be required to attend some of those hearings. Netanyahu is accused of bribery, fraud and breach of trust, including giving per It's worth $250 million in exchange for positive media coverage. The Israeli leader staunchly denies all wrongdoing. Giordano Miller ABC News Jerusalem In the trial of the camp
Netanyahu’s corruption trial resumes amid growing anger in Israel over his handling of coronavirus crisis
"Police in Israel have used water cannon to disperse thousands of protesters as public frustration grows over the government's response to the Corona virus pandemic and all the issues his Warren Bull In Jerusalem. Hundreds of people messed around the residence of the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, demanding his resignation in Tel Aviv. Thousands called for more public support for businesses and people who've lost their jobs to to the pandemic. Some protesters five pepper spray at the police, who responded with tear gas. A recent resurgence in co Vered 19 cases has led to tighter restrictions in Israel, which have hit the already fragile economy. Some protesters are also unhappy that Mr Netanyahu has remained prime minister as he prepares for another trial hearing on Sunday over corruption
Alone, Together - A Covid Nurse's Story
"March twenty second twenty twenty. My heart is broken on Friday night. My worst fears were realized as I watched. My beloved patient are Evan. Take his last breath on earth. To other patients rush to his side with tears in my eyes I watched them instinctively placed their hands on his eyes and recite the Shema prayer. At Him and said goodbye I says holy soul entered the gates of heaven. That's like Gamaa. Normally she's in oncology nurse, but back in March, when covert I hit, Israel will head was one of a handful of nurses transferred to the new corona virus warded. Her Hospital shallots Nick Medical Center in Jerusalem. She worked day and night, following strict isolation protocols that meant among other things wearing full protective gear in ministering care via video intercon's. She was often frightened as were many of her patients. One of them was eighty eight year old Alliott Evan who on March Twentieth Twenty Twenty, sadly became Israel's first covert casualty of at home shallots. They will show Lime Methuselah Hullah Evan Evan Bench morning. Wish antisocial anyhow by Damon Asoka de Corps F. When she'd come home after a shift, a hell would often sit down at her computer and recount her experiences on facebook those posts and will link to a bunch of them on our site. Read Lak- diary. This is her reading the post she wrote right after he passed away. I know what the next step is, and I'm already dreading it. Traditionally when a Jew dies, there's a series of rituals including washing the body that take place, but hunter the now with covert. Everything would be different missile heavily. The Ministry of Health has prepared us with instructions on how to deal with disease covid nineteen patients. We are the first hospital in Israel to implement this protocol. Similar to casualties of biological warfare, our treatment of the body needs to be done in a way that will not endanger us. Because of this there can be no purification or Tahara process. This Jewish. Ritual is sacrificed to protect us and everyone else who will come in contact with him? Me and the other nurse Mahal are responsible for identifying him for burial. will be the last ones to see and care for him physically. My dear Aria. You survived the horrors of the Holocaust immigrated to Israel. Established DEMOC deficit family, and your extraordinary journey ends here in this new word. We hoped we would never have to open. The circumstances of your hospitalization did not allow for your loving family and caretaker to be by your side for us in them. This was heartbreaking from the outside monitored you as closely as we could. We were an off as we watch the other patients care for you, keep you company and help you. However they could. They did not want you to ever feel. Are Yet, I wanna ask you for forgiveness. I'm sorry for how we were required to handle your body. We did our best to preserve your dignity and respect you based on the circumstances I know that it was done to protect us. It was a tremendous food and honor to care for you. When you're a final days, you've touched my heart, the staff and the patients that surrounded you. I know your life would spire the rest of Israel as well. Go to your resting place in peace. Look out for us from about. That fishermen witter no homage Caversham Madam Linda Goal highlights me live Gra, Helga Mar.. A few days later, she posted again this time about two moments one of extreme grief and the other extreme beauty march twenty, eight, twenty twenty. It's been only two weeks since my first shift and Koetter the COVID, nineteen word, and in many ways feels like an eternity. As panic and uncertainty, keep escalating around the globe for me. Personally the pressure and anxiety are quickly building up and it's nothing short of overwhelming. In the span of two weeks, the number of patients in my unit has quadrupled and keeps growing the everyday experiences in the word taking an emotional toll on me. On Friday, a daughter of a critical patient walks into our operations headquarters. Since no family member can go inside the unit. She has come to say goodbye to her L. Father through the video intercom system. She asked me to hold her phone and record their interaction. As I watched her cry and talked her father through a screen I have to physically turn my head to hold back tears. This is heart wrenching to watch I cannot even begin to imagine what it's like for them. At six thirty PM with thirty minutes left until the end of May shift. I'm rushing to finish my last tasks inside the unit. At this point, the moderate patients have all congregated in the middle of the word to do Tabet. I soon realized it's the only permissible Mignon in Jerusalem right now people from all walks of life and across the religious spectrum are singing and rejoicing together as bring in. I! I'm blessed to be witnessing the scene of unity and. I. I already know this. Coming Week is going to present more challenges physically and emotionally, but I know I'm not alone. We're in this fight together. We're going to come out of this stronger and more united as a nation than ever before to stay strong instead home God bless.
ShanenLi - Someone to Practice With Elie Dordek
"My name is Ellie Elijah door deck. And born and raised in Chicago. And though I thought I would go to MIT and being engineer. I decided to dedicate my life to education. And for the past thirty plus years have been Educator Administrator in a textbook author. My books are used by thousands of students every day. Where I used a special technique to present text, which mimics how you would say the text like a song. And this approach has been very successful. and Um, my love of technology never left me. So now in the C O of Shannon Lee which is a start up. In Jerusalem. where, we seek to leverage speech recognition. To make educational content. Interactive. Interesting tell us a bit more about Shannon Lee than that. What does it do exactly WHO's full? What kind of students and what problem is specifically looking to solve with the APP? Yes of course. So. As I said, Shanley was established through. Our educational approach to make text as close to a viable living experience as could be right now. Much educational content is I would say dumb. And Deaf Noord that doesn't speak although this is changing. Amazing. Companies like Trinity. They're making plug ins to make much content. Audio and you can hear it. But We're looking to do it. More of a line by line approach to go into the text in make an interactive that the student can listen to the text line by line and get familiarity. In order to help gain fluency in reading. And improve memory because their memories, not just but also audio. It's the most natural way for us to communicate. To listen. The users could be. Regular kids that are already learning to read. Or even we have successful use cases with a special ED students. That, use the format to listen to the text in practice the second part. Of It is. Tested by the APP. As I said. Much of the content doesn't. Isn't it responsive? We just look at it or we asked the students to click on something or to. Drag a picture to something else, but to ask them to speak the answer to repeat. What should be said the text involved. That has not been applied so much to this area, so we WANNA make. looney experience more exciting, more alive. I really like to. Address something that as a teacher I feel sort of guilty that. In the past, the favorite student of the teacher teacher's pet would be the one that would sit quietly in have beautiful handwriting. Why was that? Because the teacher, they were the easiest student to manage and they. Gave over their answers. Their assignments with beautiful handwriting is easy to mark, so it was easy for the teacher. As time went on and computers entered the classroom. We said Oh well. We need a tea media stew that knows how to work the computer new the tech so sometimes. The geeky kid who might have been a little bit more louder and that's a well behaved with bad handwriting. He became the favourite in the former favourite student had to go. Get help as to have a use the computer. And? we we we seek, to. We seek to engage the students in ways which are comfortable for us as teachers. and it's very important to have individualized approaches for our education. In I feel it using speech. As I, said something so natural. It's the most natural way of us to relate to information as we learn two languages. We were young and to hear it in our minds and This can be then. Away that? The student can find his own voice and speak and be listen to. more exactly. Shannon Lee listens to and gives back in May immediate. real-time feedback to the answers given by the the user as to how well they were able to read the text, or if the text is not on the screen, they were to memorize the text.
Amid New Surge In Virus Cases, Israel's Top Public Health Official Resigns
"Top public health official has resigned amid a new Corona virus surge in that country. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem. The country is moving to impose new restrictions. The public health czar says Israeli leaders ignored her warnings in the country reopened too fast. A month ago. Daily virus cases are nearly double the peak this spring. Serious cases air doubling about every four days. Israel is now closing wedding and entertainment venues, bars, clubs, gyms and swimming pools. Democracy advocates are criticizing a new law giving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Cabinet emergency powers to enact Corona virus restrictions for up to a week before lawmakers can amend her cancel them. A poll suggests Netanyahu's public approval rating and handling the pandemic has dropped to around 35%.
Israel announces successful launch of new spy satellite
"Now says it's launched a new tool to bolster its ability to monitor security threats in the Middle East. At 4 a.m. Local time, Israel's Defense Ministry says it successfully launched a new spy satellite into orbit. The effects, 16 is described as an electro optical reconnaissance satellite with advanced capabilities defense. Mr. General Bennigan's called it a quote extraordinary achievement on one that is essential to Israel's security. The spy satellite launch comes as a new report blames Israel for planting a bomb that exploded at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility last week. Giordano Miller ABC News Jerusalem, Let's go. The apse
Mazal Tov!: Finding a Mohel in Cyprus During Corona
"Basically. They've got everything. You could possibly want if you're a Jew in Cyprus. Everything that is. The one thing you really needed. IOS, thirty three. He's married is happening. And he and his wife get older have three kids in were expecting the fourth a boy. The due date cuff game on the how or for all Gregorian calendar users. March, nineteenth twenty twenty in mid February, when life was still completely normal outside of hun yet yield called up the family moyle. He'll shall from Juliet Murphy in Israel because in cycles. We don't have a local MOHEL. And every time there's a big bone here. Baby boy with. The civilisation. Some. Almost set. Then came corona. Rabbi your got a call from Schill the moines. It was like this, and it's no way I'm going out those samples and need to to be nice. Elation volunteered for folding days. Ain't gonNA happen. We need to find a solution for it. Israel was already requiring anyone returning from abroad to go into a two week long self quarantine, and that meant that the mall was out after all if he came to Cyprus in had to quarantine when he returned, he'd lose two weeks worth of business. e! It didn't know what to do. And we need to find someone else and you yourself for not immoral. No. But as he was trying to figure this out Cyprus, declared its own fourteen day quarantine. So now. Whoever would come would need to quarantine for fourteen days in Cyprus and then porn for fourteen days upon returning to Israel. All for one little cut, and surprisingly enough he managed to find someone enter shown Izenberg from. Jerusalem His mission is decisions, so get in contact with him, and it was up on them, but on March fourteenth, the island of Cyprus closed its airports and went into full lockdown. No flies coming in November is going out, so there's no way of common to Cyprus. And perform the ceremony. Still Yale wasn't going to give up so easily, so is thought to find flonaze solutions to on a boat. Good Old Shimshon Sean Game. It was like above them, but when it became clear that a boat wouldn't be allowed to dock, either you'll channeled his inner 007 they be, we will go in a bow. Then we mix need way in the and we've performed the bleep on the once again. She was game. No problem, so thank God for Shimshon I mean. He seems like he was a real He was a real player was very cool guy and Except that they listen everything asking me these. Now, you might think amid Seib Litas a bit extreme, and if you do well join the club, so when you're, you're ready to take your newborn your newborn son on a boat and had him circumcised in the middle of the sea. Like spoiled the big yacht. Does it sound normal to you? Meanwhile on March nineteenth right on time baby by was born. Can you describe the birth a little bit? A witch angle? Were you there were you in the room? I was with my wife of course. it was. Wonderful, Wants the baby was born. The Eighth Day countdown began. This. Song Bulletins. It's one of the basic things. To do so important because it symbolized of connection with Gut. Live with. Sure this. Feel, not withstanding, it soon turned out that no vessels were allowed to leave ciprian harbors either. Use Homegrown naval operation was. Dead in the water. He needed help from above so. Still to push. The connection we have in here in his loyal all the many studies in Cyprus in putting the president. Well we'll have the situation. Elder weather wasn't involved in this. Operation and we can't find. It was only the president of Cyprus. Decide about this, but the president can only imagine had some slightly more pressing matters on his mind. was reluctant to give green light. They'll take risks. Don't want to take responsibility for this. So slowly decided that. Don't want to approve it. So we miss the deadline of the day. But we believed that. God's. So it doesn't matter if It will continue. So, what did you think about about the fact that suddenly the president of Cyprus was determining the fate of your. Newborn child's. Penis. With the best we can. If didn't succeed. Off. So everything's God's coordination. Continue to. Not The day the ninth day another nine. It's not the tenth the forty. Fifth.
Deal of the Century: Jason Greenblatt, the Heart of the Deal
"Was one of the chief architects. I worked very closely with two good friends of mine. Jared Kushner president trump's son-in-law and senior adviser to president trump. As, well as our friend, ambassador David Friedman the US ambassador to Israel. And I would agree with you that it's an opportunity to the next generation, but I would say aides and opportunity for the next generation of everybody in the region, Israelis Palestinians and all of our countries that surround them. I think that people have come to the realization that the past peace efforts have failed. They are unlikely to succeed, and what we have presented is a very detailed very lengthy plan that could show everybody what the compromises are. That are necessary in order to achieve peace and I think that the younger generation in the region is ready for this I think that believe that the Palestinian people deserve something so much better than the half I think that if we succeed, if peace is achieved, everybody in the region can benefit from it tremendously now it's as if in anticipation of the Palestinian. Authority's rejection of the plan. You'd also consulted with Palestinian people on the ground. I guess ground groundswell is also the key to making peace. It's in the hearts of the people as well as the leadership. Absolutely first of all it was no secret test that the Palestinian Authority would likely reject the plan any plan frankly that we put out. When President Trump made his bold and courageous historic decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and several months later move the embassy, both in accordance with US law something that US law required since nineteen, ninety five. The Palestinian Authority cut ties to the administration. But they also began to trash. Talk the plan that they have not yet seen in in the months. Preceding the launch of the plan, they rejected the plan including using statements by their prime minister. Such as the plan should be born dead. It should be a stillborn something to that effect. That's not quite an exact quote, but that was the tone of the conversation about the plan, but what everybody should realizes it isn't just the leadership that is necessary to get on board. It is essential for people to get on board, and if the people are not with this plan whether Israeli or The plan has little chance to succeed. I also want to add. We have to remember that. Really are two leaderships for the Palestinians or at least one leadership in Ramallah and one so-called leadership in Gaza. Hamas, which was a terrorist organization funded by Iran, and that subjugates the nearly two million Palestinians that live in Gaza causes tremendous suffering to those Palestinians. is whether we like it or not. At some form of Palestinian leadership, so even if the leadership in Ramallah even if President Obama's were to engage the plant. One has to wonder and really talk about what happens to the Palestinians, in Gaza, our plan of course provides for that, but we can't get the people in Gaza in their their so called leadership on board than there is no effective way to implement the peace plan. Very few people talk about that. Make It seem as though it's simple. If president us, either condemns the plan or engages on the plan then. Then we know our next steps while that's a bit too simplistic. We must all figure out a way to handle and deal with the two million Palestinians who are suffering in Gaza.
"jerusalem" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Says that she who are we we're in jerusalem in the courtyard of the georges pilgrim guesthouse where we are staying for a couple of nights before moving onto tel aviv tomorrow we are we are we arrive late last night in jerusalem i should say lionel bernie mine injured should moore we we will be your guides to the time jinyan for the first time will be producing nightly episodes from tile this number one free to the arch the moment he'll be he'll be jetting on on monday to join the coverage by i'm strange here we are talion 'em in in israel and we've been building up to this for a long time and it's not being without its controller sees we've talked a lot about these in the build up the race and but we rival late last night we did a a tourist thing this morning we were able to walk into the old city and have a liquor ryan cramped as much as we could before the racing underwear and there was a lot the happened in the racing i should say that we're producing special episode on israel and jerusalem first of our zero episodes will come monday morning for friends of the podcast and but we'll talk a that later on in that persona by fresh impressions here and so on there's talk of by it was a time trial appro log because bit long for prologue and quite decisive.
"jerusalem" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"We're talking about the holy city of jerusalem you can join the conversation do you have some stories from jerusalem your favorite sites follow us on twitter you can find us on facebook at on point radio and as we've been saying jerusalem is sacred to three faiths judaism islam and christianity the church of the holy sepulcher is one of the holiest sites in christianity while it's the headquarters of the greek orthodox they share the church with the armenian apostolic roman catholic coptic orthodox cyriaque orthodox an ethiopian 21 hedo here's some video of a guide taking turrets to one of the stations of the cross the place where jesus of nazareth is said to have been crucified place for them is this side over here is it you'll see that we've known that should be rethought that's over south over there the result of the correlation we called him a charge and meanwhile here's a video of a presenter taking viewers on a tour of the western wall or the wailing wall which is one of the holiest sites in the world it's the only remnant of the edifice that stood on the temple mount the location of many critical events in jewish history we've rates the western wall i'm standing near the largest stolen found in the western wall its length is over 40 feet long that is longer than a bus and finally here's the video recorded by a tourist in jerusalem and posted on youtube you can hear the tour guide introducing him to the dome of the rock and islamic shrine located on the temple mount the how the holiest site to muslims in jerusalem day.
"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Hinson nance meant that he might declare that the united states recognised west jerusalem as the capital of israel he didn't do that though i will note that i believe the czech government followed president trump's lead uh but it said specifically bad it recognized west jerusalem as the capital of israel and my understanding is the belief being that the status of the rest of jerusalem should be settled through negotiations why do you think it is the president didn't go down that road i think the president of was trying to avoid that kind of controversy and it really is very controversial wessel yuksel that he got a controversy by declaring jerusalem is the capital earth i don't want to understate that no it's true obviously but but um you know prior to nineteen sixty seven to the 67 war on israel controlled what we're calling west jerusalem that is not the old city not the east reports of the city west jerusalem and that was where israel's government was the president the prime minister the supreme court the knesset israel's parliament the national museums we're all in the western part of jerusalem but even though israel's government was there an american president since secretaries of state visited their we were unwilling to say it with israel's capital why didn't the president say west jerusalem is israel's capital because there's a huge fight over what about east jerusalem what about the old city is it going to be the capital of palestine is the city ever going to be divided the prisoner tried to avoid those fight by simply saying look the government of israel's in jerusalem that's where our ambassador goes is he israeli official that's where we visit so i'm just gonna say that jerusalem undefined borders undefined is the capital of israel because it's a reality because that's where israel's government is and try to avoid making an american declaration about those other even more contentious issues what about the old city what about east jerusalem what about ever dividing the city what about drew some be in the cap.
"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Israel having control of what is now known as west jerusalem and there is a dividing line that runs right through the city the old city as under the control of jordan and what's now call the palestinian territories the west bank is is under the control of jordan as well is this is will refer to as east jerusalem so east jerusalem now since the 1960s seven war when israel captured all of jerusalem there is generally a a divisions in the nomenclature dear the old city got and their east jerusalem which means the parts of jerusalem in addition to the old city that were under the control of jordan until the 67 war most of those neighborhoods as of nineteen sixty seven were of course exclusively arab and in a number of cases israeli jews have have moved into those neighborhoods now so they're much more mixed in many cases okay so we're talking about the old city that is where you would find the temple mount the wailing wall right all of the the the famous the most highly valued muslim christian and jewish sites are in the old city so prior to last week venue you've brought us up to the what happened after the 67 war following that there was a move by israel to further consolidate is that right a b east and west right it it's kind of interesting ashley what's jerusalem what are the borders of jerusalem of course they've changed over thousands of years when the israelis took all of jerusalem remember as of the end of the war in 1949 they hold west jerusalem and jordan holes east jerusalem so when the israelis captured jerusalem in sixty seven all of it they enlarge it and they include in the city of jerusalem the municipality of jerusalem a bunch of suburbs arab villages you might say in one refugee camp that had never before been considered part of the municipality of jerusalem jerusalem today is the largest jerusalem that there's ever been and all of the thousands of years of history there's the physical jerusalem uh that's that's taking shape under israeli auspices but there's still the aspirational jerusalem for both israelis and palestinians could you talk a little bit about what that.
"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Welcome to the president's inbox a if our podcast of what the foreign policy challenges facing president donald trump i'm jim direct your studies of the council and i'm rubber mcmahon managing editor of see afar dot org this week were discussing president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel with us this week to examine the topic is elliot abrams senior fellow for middle eastern studies here at the council ellie is the author of the recently released book realism a democracy american foreign policy after the arab spring he is held numerous senior positions in the us government including his deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security adviser in the administration of president george w bush in that job he should revise us policy in the middle east for the white house early to kick things off oh what's walk through what happened last we could you talk about what did president trump actually do last week yes but president trump did was to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel that was a first for the united states because prior to this we have been saying our embassy is in tel aviv and we had basically been saying israel has no capital that we recognize under international law and he said that in his much as jerusalem would now be seen as israel's capital will start the process which will take years of building an embassy in jerusalem la what are we begin with the question of why is it that four seven decades successive american administration's democratic and republican alike have declined the take the step of recognising jerusalem as the capital of israel the answer begins with a history of this you know israel declares its independence at the end of the un palestinian mandate nineteen 48 there is a war that the war of independence is wealth attacked by several arab states the war ends in 1949 with.
"jerusalem" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Is almost as important as what he did say and he also did stay repeatedly that he understands that the peace talks still have to go on he understands that the final borders are still subject to negotiation but he also and his advisors also claimed look this is the reality jerusalem is israel's capital israel has its many of its government offices in jerusalem so they say we're just recognizing what's really there but we're still open to negotiations longrun so it's sort of like china have a both ways and i don't know you you know how's it going to work out we'll have to see your come on obt giving books going to play well in the region it's not playing that well right now i mean already clashes and the arab countries have come out against us pretty much every country has like you mentioned there is even the plans to hold an emergency session of the security council at the united nations tomorrow based on what the united states just it and that's pretty extraordinary your brothers richard you're what footdragging to the reaction will a bit because the reaction in israel was living not surprisingly overwhelmingly positive bibi netanyahu is lavished praise on trump he's getting cheered in the streets the reaction in palestine is totally reverse prime minister a boss said it's an attempt to change our history and it will not succeeded to palestinian city and arab city a christian city in a muslim city someone up pointedly left out of the jewish city as we speak palestinianisraeli forces are are clashing in the west bank and gaza though leader of hamas has called for a new intifada the state department is set up a 24hour monitoring centre to keep track of all the.
"jerusalem" Discussed on Pod Save the World
"Well both israel and palestinians of the palestinians have claims on jerusalem of at least parts of it in the case of the israelis for sure you know they claim a the whole city undivided and eternal as their capital and for decades of the us and other countries have not taken a position on this they've said that the status of jerusalem should be one of those things as negotiated as part of a peace deal one of those final big sensitive things and so they have tried not to formally side with one group or the other on the status of this very holy city and so for trump to do this and say you know what we believe that jerusalem is the capital of israel it really sends a message to a lot of palestinians at least that's the way they're taking it and and many others in the arab world that he's basically citing with the israelis over them and it's something that so um have shocking to a lot of people but frankly after the last year or so of this presidency in many ways it shouldn't be shocking because trump has shown that he is willing to buck the international consensus on any number of issues uram it's like every piece of negotiations over a twostate solution every piece of it is fraught i can't think of a piece of negotiation that has more fraught then jerusalem in who will get what territory and notably he didn't mention in his speech that the palestinians want to have their capital in east jerusalem that was just left out right and you could take that in a positive way like you could say we'll because he didn't say anything he might be open to it and he didn't use the word undivided jerusalem being the capital of israel so that sort of left the opening that may be in the long run he might be willing to settle for something that does divide the city and innocent so what he didn't say and to some extent was.
"jerusalem" Discussed on Amanpour
"While we ought to say that but everyone knows that jerusalem is jerusalem the municipal boundaries of jerusalem are very clear uh the include the entire holy city old city of jerusalem temple mount mount of olives mount scopus etcetera so that's a pretty clear to everyone i think though there is a big opportunity here and i would expect that the palestinians are hope that this time they don't uh you know used this opportunity to blow the opportunity and opportunity has to sit down and speak truth and you know for the past twenty 25 years we've been failing peace because precisely because it's been predicated on putting god fences in in the heart of jerusalem that's not going to happen and now we can do piece all right what do you say to that sob erakat obviously the president said the same thing it's time to try something new and this is an opportunity did you hear any new ideas from the president on peace and also just on jerusalem did you hear him say it wasn't for the palestinians as well what if this sharing a i think ignoring fox don't mean they don't exist israelis like mr benetton others may dictate 'cause they've occupying power they have the military power they may seek to have one state two systems which is upper fight seven at knows it very went the way we are treated and the fact of life is here i'm trying to make peace with the israelis have advocated nice as right right to exist and the ninety six seven light i've accepted a palestinian state with east jerusalem as capital to live sidebyside the state of israel in peace insecurity.
"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
"I think that's eighty that really is the profound point that uh that president trump would have done a good job by elaborating on and then i think your point is correct he touched on the point but he didn't really elaborate on it i think his statement was basically very good but it would have been better had he spent a little more time on the point that you just made which is the jerusalem issue is highly significant because the essence of the arab objection to israel throughout israel's entire existence and even to the zionist movement before israel came into existence the essence of their objection is that the jewish people have no rights at all in the land of israel in palestine and that the jews are not a nation that they do not have the historical can connection to the land that basically everybody who knows history knows that in fact they do and this denial of any jewish connection to the land in any jewish national writes in the land is really what the arabisraeli conflict has been about for over a hundred years and so the point that says david that the jews have no claim to jerusalem as their capital goes to the heart of this kind of philosophical ideological religious and nationalistic objection that the arabs have to the existence of the state of israel and so i think getting beyond that issue as the united states has now done really does contribute to peace because one of the most important messages the united states can deliver is that we don't consider those fundamental objections to israel's existence to be legitimate and we don't have to respect them and it doesn't make any sense to deny the reality of the jewish connection to jerusalem or jerusalem's role as israel's capital you i think a lot of listeners are around the world who are hearing this podcast are asking why now and why it's important to do this now while the at the media.
"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
"And has not promoted peace between the israelis and the palestinians so i think a change was in order well and president trump made that point yesterday where he said it's folly to try and i'm paraphrasing here the same failed policies and expect a different result doug i also thought the the way that the president handled that question of distinguishing between west jerusalem where these which is the seat of the israeli government in east jerusalem which as you say has been administered by israel since that nineteen 67 war with jordan it that was neatly fudged because the president didn't distinguish between the two parts of the city and reiterated that he's not making a judgment on who should be in control of what parts or of whether or not in the future there might be a palestinian capital in some part of jerusalem he kind of said hands off in in essential lee effectively recognized the government which is already in in west jerusalem but he didn't didn't make that distinction explicitly that struck me as quite important i agree he his statement was a remarkably careful and nuanced from the one of the things that some people thought he was going to stumble over was trying to deal with the distinction between east and west roussel and had he tried god it would have suggested that us policy favoured dividing the city and as anybody knows who's been to jerusalem it it is the in the jewish and arab areas are are connected and interconnected in ways that would make a physical division of the city extremely difficult.
"jerusalem" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"For his courageous unjust decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel and to prepare for the opening of the us embassy here this decision reflects the president's commitment to an ancient but enduring truth to fulfilling his promises and to advancing peace the president's decision is an important step towards peace for there is no peace that doesn't include jerusalem as the capital of the state of israel now may least edited jeremy barron gave me his assessment i listen to all i watched what he said when he was making his announcement in one thing that occurred to me once he'd made it talked about israel's rights talked about recognizing reality then he got onto his his passage about the imports of peace i think that he could have made that much more convincing if he'd said israel has a right to capital in jerusalem but so do the so to the palestinians but you can say that or any thing like kitty basically they offered them nothing so palestinians i think in the main and their allies and friends will be saying that just empty words and actually what it is is a ringing backing a ringing vote of confidence in israel on what it's doing in jerusalem yes he said it was long overdue it was the right thing to do the recognition of realities it possible to see that as you suggested there is anything other than favoring the israelis now it's a it's a huge pat on the back for the israelis more than a pat on the back it sir you know the the activities of the israelis in jerusalem are controversial uh particularly i'm talking about on the occupied side of jerusalem which they don't accept is occupied for example in the district to sell one which the israeli settlers who who lived there cool the city of david there are a lot of lebanon cuello demolitions of palestinian houses and people are being forced palestinians have been.
"jerusalem" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Therefore i have determined that it is time to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel while previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise they failed to deliver today i am delivering i've judge this course of action to be in the best interests of the united states of america and the pursuit of peace between israel and the palestinians this is a longoverdue step to advance the peace process and to work towards a lasting agreement israel is a sovereign nation with the right like every other sovereign nation to determine its own capital acknowledging this is a fact is a necessary condition for achieving peace the announcement fulfills a campaign promise donald trump made to his supporters but a reverse his decades of us foreign policy the reaction from the palestinians wall smelt surprisingly condemnation of the move and ashwari is a senior member of the plo i think this is this asked us it's not wellthoughtout it does and dialect a contradiction of the most basic requirements of peace at violates international law it shows total bias in favor of is then it shows an accommodation of uh illegal annexation of jerusalem it shows an accommodation and support for occupation and forward force and military violence and at the same time it says we recognize the reality what is reality the law should be the basis of any of that gig nation the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu on the other hand showed his delight with mr trump's decision we're performed grateful for the president.
"jerusalem" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Palestinian authority a terrorist group as well as other muslim nations that were propping up that terrorist group this was stupid policy so let's begin with the facts jerusalem is was and will be the eternal capital of israel jerusalem is only important the only reason you've heard of it the only reason anyone cares about it is because the jews made it important k that is literally the only reason otherwise just another city in the middle east brought the capital of the kingdom of israel and the site of the temple it was the wellspring of judaic thought for literally millennia okay when i pray three times a day jerusalem is mentioned frequently in those prayers both christianity and islam value jerusalem because judaeism did first the dream of jerusalem has animated the jewish people for its entire existence most famous case being in psalms one thirty seven where it says if i forget the jerusalem may my right hand forget its skill jerusalem is mentioned literally hundreds of times in what we call tanaka be the old testament to that includes the tora as well as the prophets and the writings the only reason that is not mentioned specifically in the bible to moses because of that time is actually to cities one called you ruined the other called shall lame and then it was put together into your roof i am red became one city sort of like buddha and pash became gouda bashed in any case it's always been the sensor of judaic thinking it's always been the holiest spot in judaism jerusalem by contrast is not mentioned one single time anywhere in the koran if jews don't have a claim to jerusalem and this is the root of live muslims want to declare the jews don't have a claim also it's the root of why the papacy has been really split on jerusalem are there have been popes who have been pro the idea of jewish sovereignty in jerusalem and then the current hope says that it should be internationalize which is just insipid because if you have muslim rule over jerusalem that means nobody else gets to come in and again jewish sovereignty over a jewish holy site seems like the basic the basic notion is just moral especially since jews have maintained the holy sites about muslims and christians in jerusalem.
"jerusalem" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"And so now the muslims are constantly battling over whether who owns that land in the palestinians want land and they want to have ownership in in may in part of israel and they want jerusalem as their own capital and so they are there's been this like eternal struggle this religious and cultural struggle in the middle east built around jerusalem and around the jewish state with every muslim nation petitioning demanding that israel not be granted statehood nurse status in the international community as a stayed they don't recognize israel is state and they don't want jerusalem to be their capital and they were fighting tooth and nail to prevent this from happening so one of the things that these guys are commending jordan's coming out in and making the case against this you've also got the a deputy prime minister of turkey saying if the status of jerusalem is changed or another step taken that would be a major catastrophe it would completely destroy the fragile peace process in the region and lead to new conflicts new disputes and new unrest well can i just slow everybody's role for a minute and tell you that iran they're not s the they're not at peace there is a temporary lull in the fighting but the palestinians have not stopped fighting the jews have not stopped fighting they are going to continue to fight and porsche and if the jews are not annexing more ground and building more settlements than the palestinians are to be lobbing rockets over into jerusalem to try and persuade the other side to give up there in the epic battle and nobody's going to win at the only way somebody's going to win is when the other side is dead.
"jerusalem" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Commission hopes judo slim uh the or west jerusalem as capital of israel as part of his long it up his car if he is to reveal what his peace plan is or part of it and to place that issue in that context that might be a different story but if he's just recognizing the jerusalem is the capital of israel i think he will be doing nothing but dominance palestinians of course have made it clear that they would expect to see east jerusalem as the capital of uh in in a two state solution here clue would you be generous enough just to remind our listeners a zoo heard from callers and and guests about the deep jewish history you're but also about the palestinian and moslem uh a history with jerusalem and why it's so important to them all kufo go bath for fourteen centuries jerusalem has been one of the holiest five in islam and it secondly hasn't been for the palestinians uh the uh the city that is of the seen as representing their political aspirations as as religious devotion and i think uh the the issue of jerusalem for the palestinians over the on all the other issues a final status that the they would be negotiating with israelis uh is the is the most sensitive uh emotionally and politically and it's certainly a dealbreaker uh if uh if you will slim's not east jerusalem is not the capital of the palestinian state there will be no peace no israeli palestinian peace and they think they aren't the idea that you can bring stability into the region integrate ran into an alliance an arab israeli alliance is fuss hitch the in in the in the absence of such a conclusion do you think the president trump in in i mean we don't know exactly.
"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
"Priority the he would indeed be the president that moves the embassy to jerusalem but of course this is a disputed city with the jews uh claiming the entire city the palestinians claiming east jerusalem joe i find it hard to believe that say moving in embassy moving bureaucrats from tel aviv to let's say they move it to west jerusalem so not into the really disputed part of the city would or should result in the kind of protests that arab countries like jordan are warning might happen what in your mind is at stake here for the president well i think the earned this may be a theme the tories in our earlier discussion on this podcast in it's really a bell honesty it's built all your being clearer what you're worn and you're going to get there on your i thought the way you phrased the problem in the beginning is spot on high there's never really bennett debate that jerusalem as israel's capital are the only issues benefit the the diplomatic in the political question of whether or when it would make sense to move the us embassy and a big part of the theory behind not moving it had been that as long as off the air that step had not been taken it would be it would leave open the door to negotiations in a peace process between israel and the palestinians uh and yet after a certain point i do think you have to ask uh why are we keeping the door open to a process the palestinians in particular or not interested in engaging with in any sort of serious way now i is i mean is absolutely i look i i think the president by name during his wishes so clear during the campaign in giving speeches and speaking in particular to the us a jewish community promising to do this has laid down a marker and i think.
"jerusalem" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast
"But east jerusalem including the old city was captured and annexed by jordan said basically it was held by jordan brought up until benatti sixty seven sixday war so in the nineteenth sixty seven sixday war israel captured east jerusalem and the old city in the sort of surrounding territory and than readymade jerusalem its capital so all branches of the israeli government are in jerusalem you've got the knesset which the parliament the residence officials residence the promise the president the supreme court now the international community braley focus on east jerusalem and the disputed area and so it doesn't officially recognize jerusalem as the israel state capital so no i've foreign embassy is based in jerusalem they tend to be based in a tel aviv so that you had because of that conflict and the lack of recognition and the disputed area it said it you know you'll find all votes the official capital of israel you'll find a year the embassy's cetera in tel aviv so let me talk about as more general tips best hump to go it gets very hot in summer obviously it's in the northern hemisphere so july august is particular hot in winter does get much colder and so actually i was there's of which tom and actually the temperatures were very comparable with london now it's it's hard to say the best time to go off to because it's busy you of these three religions that already focused address him so that's pretty much always some event or important holiday going on but of course you know you know during the week our school holidays it's going to be the best time to go now the other thing to bear modest jerusalem sticks to of very orthodox jewish sabbath several friday sundown until after doc on saturday pretty much everything is closed down the old city because of its big muslim sect which autobahn will detail in a part of that is more open an active at at time but you know the weekend ready from thursday night until saturday night is the real heart of the weekend so that's the most expensive time of four hotels if he.