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"lord balfour" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"This is Joanie Gould's Jewish state. Those who listen. The those who are willing to listen to. The title Johnny Gould's Jewish State it's not a campaign statement. It's a play on words. It's the condition of my Jewish self as I discover the most courageous accomplished interesting people and get story. We have time together to unpack the big ideas, the challenges but. It's also a theme it might be Jewish title but this. Is for everyone who's a fan of colonel could? Ken For Status To use whatever. It's used Station, but it's actually hope. Antics. Preschool annexing someone else's territory about all of it but like I consider this to be is Israel's her. Dispute, but but I think that's one four here. I am being bashed in the head by the media that I have read and not realizing the potency of words. Despite my position. That happens a bit hounds, lots of Louis Yeah but it's it's I. Think the fact is that Israel, can now if you WANNA use the word on it More exercise exercise sovereignty in. In areas of the peace proposal allocate as being permanent. Israeli. Baroness. De Sean. Life. In the House of Lords, the state of further education and Brexit. Arch defenders Zionism David Collier. Israel advocacy movements Joseph Cohen Lord Leslie Turn On. Lord Balfour and his declaration. Lecturer Stephen. Lemon who was sacked by his university for saying Jews were among the cleverest in the world. John, where the BBC Panorama documentary maker who exposed the raw antisemitism raging Jeremy Corbin's labor. David Bowe. Cova on the most decorated Jewish football coach of all time the holocaust of minding twice European champion with Benfica Bella. Gutman. Danny the moss add commander who for five years defy deathly Sudanese officials to carry out the audacious emancipation of tens of thousands of Ethiopian Jews from behind enemy. Lines the Red Sea spies. Pisapia. Anybody Donny. This is very, very beautiful and. This is really going to be an extraordinary interview to the White House, as we meet Jason Green Bats Co architect of Donald Trump's deal of the century which threatens to bring peace to the Middle East where other presidents have failed as a former of peace process. Person told me when I left like the Eagles Song Hotel. California. You can check out anytime you like but you can never. Stand with until here I am now nearly six months out or perhaps longer and I realized exactly what he means. Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem floss home on the city of peace to loosen is also than the Bora tree of the regional solution have thirty seven dollars we have twenty five percent ultra-orthodox Jews we have twenty one percent secular Jews have twenty two percent people in the Middle Light? ME. Traditional religious. and. In Jerusalem were today, we're developing the models for shed society, which will serve the entire country. So the way I see it as I'm in the Beta, testing model at the moment, that's where I am very happy to be. Nick Timothy Theresa May's former chief of staff frankly the campaign. Rocked very poor. I Made my mistakes in that campaign with the Manifesto co-authored the hostility interest and. Very personal nasty campaign gets. Me As, an individual was was very chase thing and brutal. d'ambra Feldman author of the Brilliant Netflix Smash. Unorthodox. And founder Leo Razz, a rail undercover soldier who's living the dream or perhaps dreaming the real life as an actor. It's a special unit, very special unit that actually Israel. Treated in order to avoid mass casualties. You have to go inside a difficult and crazy places in order to undertake just one terrorist instead of bombing a whole neighborhood or something. So you risk your life in order to do that. Free speech leader in Iowa. Ferrarini Man Lynn Julius on the Mizrahi Jews who lived in Arab lands for three thousand years and now they domes. Professor, Gerald Steinberg on the corruption of so called human rights when discussing, Israel and our own correspondent James Manos Israel briefings give a snapshot of the Knesset and Beyond. The counter. Trevor Phillips. The garden things owns everything to do with race and everybody involved in race and I keep reminding than the we got rid of slavery to century. Comedy from British juries to most successful stand ups, a profile of Ashley Blaker and Bennett Aaron. Trevor Horn confirmed in Durham Cathedral. Yet a synagogue regular for thirty two years. Legendary liable lawyer Mark Lewis his hot takes on moving to Israel soon after leaving the UK. To Tenenbaum Ambassador Mark Regev and Palestinian Madeira Zarin whose exile from Jordan is no surprise given his frankness Jordan's government the Hashemite Kingdom is the largest most ruthless and most vicious oppressor of the Palestinian people. Want to consult. With. The Palestinians Mr Wagon why you fly all the way at you've caught on experts. First Class to meet the Prime Minister of the government that oppresses poachers, jails and killed Dallas Tinian. Mr. Carbon you're a hypocrite and I will I'm not afraid to save is definitely more motivated by hatred for the Jews that any luck with the Palestinians and this he shows otherwise then we believe it and Hussein on the realities of so-called liberal Muslims I would still be sitting around bashing Israel because that becomes the last refuge of the Muslim liberal. Too, often Muslim liberals liberal every count you know they, they take every Boston Fox on gay rights gender equality on democracy and freedom, and the last refuge last Wayne, which oh I'm still Muslim is to say. I'm anti-israeli or romantic Jewish. That's got to go and that why would they use it? Tottenham Hotspur discussed with Iva deal who wants it stopped Scroll down the list of episodes subscribing listen now because Johnny Gold's Jewish state is for those who listen and those who are willing to listen. Never miss another Johnny Gould's Jewish state and I to hear the next show by subscribing. Now Follow Joni Gould on twitter and Jonny Gould show on facebook..

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"lord balfour" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Along with British academic and politician Lord Bryce founded a group of international pacifists and the US in Nineteen fifteen a similar organization called the League to enforce peace formed it promoted arbitration and imposing sanctions rather than going to war in one thousand nine hundred eighteen the British foreign secretary Lord Balfour appointed a committee on the League of Nations to study the feasibility of creating such organization. The committee was known as the Fillmore Commission after its chairman Walter Fillmore. The fillmore commission recommended the establishment of a conference of allied states whose members agreed not to go to war with one another without first submitting the dispute to arbitration in June of nineteen eighteen. France also drafted a proposal advocating the establishment of an international council after. Us President. Woodrow Wilson. Saw the Philo more plan. He instructed his visor Edward House to draft a US plan that incorporated his own views in those of the fillmore commission. Some of Wilson's views were idealistic for instance. He's suggested the prohibition of dishonorable behavior between states such as dishonesty and espionage war one ended in November of nineteen eighteen when Germany signed an armistice agreement with the allies the Treaty of her Sai signed on June Twenty Eighth Nineteen nineteen ended the war between Germany and the allied powers. An estimated twenty million people died in the war as militaries were able to cause a lot of destruction with new technologies like tanks airplanes and machine guns beyond the casualties political economic and social structures. Broke down in the wake of the war. People began to demand that some sort of method be established to help prevent another devastating war from happening. There was a lot of support in the UK and the United States for an international body that could maintain peace and prevent further wars British politician. Lord Roberts Seasonal in South African statesmen smuts were the principal drafters of the covenant of the League of Nations by the time appears peace conference began in January of Nineteen nineteen. The proposals for the League of Nations had gone through several revisions but that month delegates agreed to form the League of Nations. Part one of the Treaty of Versailles established the League of nations in June of Nineteen nineteen forty four countries signed the Covenant which served as a charter for the organization. The League of Nations was officially established on January Tenth Nineteen Twenty when its covenant went into effect it held its first meeting on January sixteenth the US never joined the League whose headquarters were at Geneva. Though the organization did successfully mediate minor international disputes. It did not prevent the outbreak of the Second World War in nineteen thirty nine. It was dissolved on April twentieth. Nineteen forty-six after the United Nations was established. The United Nations continued many of the operations that existed under the League of Nations like the Committee Intellectual Cooperation which became UNESCO and the Health Organization which became the World Health Organization. I'm jeff hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. If you'd like to send us a comment or you have any questions you can send us a note on Social Media at T. D. I eight see podcast. You can also send us a note via email at this day at iheartmedia dot com. Thanks again for listening to the show. And we'll see you tomorrow.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

14:24 min | 10 months ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"Welcome to Johnny Goudie Jewish Saints at the Embassy of Israel in London. I was given generous time with Ambassador Greg Ebb in his office suite looking out on palace green in London's Kensington. It's an interview that took Middle Organization such an eminent guest nob- bureaucratic delays but for one request. We have to put it on hold until the UK general election. The ambassador I was told wouldn't be drawn on. Uk political commentary before Polling Day. Just as well as the World Looks Considerably Different Post. Boris Johnson's victory. Mcgregor has been in post since April twenty sixteen prior to that he was the chief spokesman for the Prime Minister of Israel. A position he held for eight years. He joined Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nineteen Ninety seven his deputy chief of mission of the Consulate General in Hong Kong and spokesman at the Israeli Embassy in Beijing. He also served a spokesman at the embassy in DC and he was the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem from two thousand and four to two thousand and seven. He also said as a combat soldier in the whole brigade the idea originally from Melbourne Australia. Mock Fry bug as he wants back then moved to Israel as a twenty two year old no significant family or contacts his progress to embassador shows. How flat Israeli society is. This is one of a number of Israeli related episodes in the series of Johnny Goad Jewish. State scroll down to find biographer of Lord Balfour and the historian of the decades leading up to the formation of the state of Israel. Lord Leslie Turn Bug that's episode the Teen and life in Shin Bets with its former chief Yaacov Peri. That's episode ten so his ambassador again have and we started by unpacking that Australian background. Who is the way out of this world competition belief against me? It's not a competition and busted a regular. Thank you very much feel time and agreeing to the interview today. Here on Johnny Jewish state. I'm happy to be with you so now. Your background. Which is very interesting. I think to the Anglo Saxon. Speaking world of jewelry is that you're Australian correct. I was born in Melbourne Australia. In nineteen sixty and my father was born in Australia. He was a what they call in Australia. Postwar refugee he was a survivor dollar cost originally born in Germany. My Mother's family. She was born in Australia. They were Polish Jews who were lucky enough smart enough to get out of the nineteen twenties and they They arrived in Australia. I think even the last year of that decade and I remember my grandmother always saying that. Save the family. Had they stayed in Poland their fate would have been the fate of Polish Jews which was not good. And how did they Australia? Unity family story so I know on on both sides on my mother's side. My grandfather was on a train some going from Poland to Germany where he was studying engineering. Things were pretty GLIMP- for Jews in Poland in the nineteen twenties and he read an article in a magazine that Australia is the country of the future on the other on the German side of the family. I think after the Holocaust people say what is the furtherest place away from Europe Austria qualified. Freiburg was the family name Going back to the rations my head this thing at the age of twenty one I had. I said these people tried to kill us. Do I really want to German. Name for the rest of my life retrospectively. Now I know I made a mistake because I I very. He never said anything to me. But I offended my father very greatly but at the time at the age of twenty one twenty two when I did it. I was convinced that this was the right thing to do. I'm aware of how Ashkenazim took on the name of the town where they came from and of course a lot of the early. Zionists took their Ashkenazi names and totally he. Bray is did correct David. Ben-gurion is probably the prime example. I Prime Minister Shamir also Menachem Begin. Correct having said that though I suppose it was if it was part of me becoming an Israeli though. Part of what you said isn't correct. 'cause Freiburg the place in Germany is U. R. G. And my family was always. Rg so I'm not sure. It was connected to that physical location in Germany. Look when you head. Brewer is a name different ways of doing it so Freiberg is in English. It's free and Burgers mountain so I could have taken the Hebrew accrued of innocent played with that and I did and nothing successful came out but I was going out at the time with a woman who was studying literature at the Hebrew University. And she said you can also do it by playing with the letters so Freiberg in Hebrew is pay raise bait and you can play with the letters and rig of came out very nicely. Well I think it's It was an intriguing name when I first came across all those years ago. I'm glad to this question. Lazy Lane so now being an Anglo Saxon speaker is a real asset to Israel in the modern media world to explain Israel across borders to billions of people. Whose language is. It's their mother tongue or their second. Language is a huge asset. And something if I might say that has been quite a glaring omission from Israel's diplomatic mission in early years of the Jewish state so I think if you look at the people who held the position that I hold now we've had some English speakers of native born English speakers and And those Israelis who held the role of also had mother tongue English run persona had still has of course grading this. He is the son of a diplomat himself and as a result he went to school abroad. And so. But you're right I think The ability to speak English at mother tongue is a crucial element. If you want to successfully make the case for Israeli and international audiences it is a prerequisite but in itself. It's not enough like I sometimes made in my previous job in Israel when I was the spokesman for the prime minister is to meet a young immigrants with mother tongue English mark. I'd like a job like yours. How do I get it right and I would explain to them so good? English is important. But it's as I say it's a necessary prerequisite but it's not in itself enough. You have to know the issues backwards. You have to read everything that is relevant. After the politics you have to know the history you have to understand the issues and I think that is just as important if not more important than having a strong command of the language because he my early teens. I used to despair at some of these really politicians who were fairly Broosk in their approach and even their attire to media interviews with the BBC and others. I don't think that really helped. So this new generation I think led by the Prime Minister himself who speaks in. I think the best way to describe these fluent American. Well I believe. The current prime minister did grow up in Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and his father was a visiting professor and he he he grew up there returning to Israel to do. His Army Service is to mother tongue languages. He had both burning which is a marvellous advantage to have and but I think to be over. Critical of the founding generation because that founding generation includes people like our Evan who was an amazing spokesman for his very articulate People say that he's speeches. Go down in history as some of the most awful speeches in English in the twentieth century thousands of years ago a people land language came together in Israel birth and the cost of Man's life and thought was lifted to a new point of elevation. Then for centuries this pattern was split asunder. The people the land of the language were separated and tragedy and danger befell of the mall separated each from the other. None of these three achieved the creative potent sit which they each knew when they lived together. What IS MODERN ISRAEL? Except the reunion of this people land and language in the sublime fulfillment of history cycle a bridge thrown across the Gulf of continents and generations to symbolize the unity ofo historic experienced. Many people will know you from your competitive interviews with snow during the Gaza offenses being the media spokesman for the prime minister a hugely different communications brief to that of being an ambassador. I was arrested by that idea that when you became the ambassador it was a completely different communications brief almost a different personality from the attack dog to John. Snow on on media so being spokesman I had responsibility over specific areas and as ambassador. You have a much more general responsibility as spokesman. My job was to make sure that the people in international audiences understand Israeli government behavior is government policy and so forth and so that was done through communications as ambassador. That's part of your job as well but you have many other facets economic relationship cultural ties government to government discussions. Him obviously as ambassador. I'M STILL THE PUBLIC FACE FOR ISRAEL. I will do interviews. I will give talks. I will brief and so forth but A. I'm also doing things as ambassador that were not part of my portfolio when I was the government spokesperson. It's a more broad range of of job. Have there been moments paps In your elevation to ambassador whereas some of the diplomatic language has been frustrating because some of the communication has to be a bit more direct. I think There's on that side of things has more in common. There's more continuity because government spokesman. You also have to be very very careful with what you say because speaking for the government and therefore every would has to be measured carefully. So I'm not sure on that on the that level. There was so much change ambassador. Let's move onto Donald Trump's much-heralded deal of the century Jared Kushner Donald Trump together with many other people drafting one hundred eighty one page document which looks too many people like pushing ahead to a new settlement beyond war and peace to the concept of POPs divorce from the Palestinians. The idea that they said no for so long to many many peace proposals. So this is a way of forcing them to the table with the new realities of Israel's relationship with the white Arab world so the first thing they said as you saw significant players in the Arab world were open to having discussions. You had three Arab governments in the White House win the peace plan was offered and you have an Israeli government that's willing to pick up the ball and Israeli government that says we accept these proposals as a basis for talks now the Palestinian side so far has closed the door. They have rejected these proposals. Which is a mistake. No one is asking the Palestinians to accept a fait accompli. We're willing for talks willing to hear what the Palestinians have to say. But the only way we're ever going to solve problems through negotiations and I think the Palestinians are making a huge mistake from their own perspective by not engaging by refusing to talk. They're not going to solve anything by not talking. That's for sure in many ways. Unfortunately Palestinians in this sort of rejectionist position are repeating the mistakes of the past. We will celebrate this year. Seventy two years to an independent Israel and Israel's will is ready will celebrate in a very authentic Way It's a very spontaneous day of celebration in Israel where people get together with family and friends. They barbecue they go to parties. It really is a very authentic national holiday. And as we celebrate the Palestinians commemorate what they call in Arabic they quoted the Nakba. They called it their catastrophe. We celebrate seventy two years of independence. And they they. They mourned at least officially and when asked to ask the question that needs to be asked. Why is it that the Palestinians are not celebrating seventy two years to an independent Palestinian? Because the truth is the UN proposal upon which Israel was founded was a partition proposal. That said to states and Israelis embraced the nineteen forty seven partition proposal of the United Nations. In fact they danced in the streets when it became public when.

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Mark Regev: Israel's Modern Story

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

10:10 min | 10 months ago

Mark Regev: Israel's Modern Story

"Has been in post since April twenty sixteen prior to that he was the chief spokesman for the Prime Minister of Israel. A position he held for eight years. He joined Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nineteen Ninety seven his deputy chief of mission of the Consulate General in Hong Kong and spokesman at the Israeli Embassy in Beijing. He also served a spokesman at the embassy in DC and he was the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem from two thousand and four to two thousand and seven. He also said as a combat soldier in the whole brigade the idea originally from Melbourne Australia. Mock Fry bug as he wants back then moved to Israel as a twenty two year old no significant family or contacts his progress to embassador shows. How flat Israeli society is. This is one of a number of Israeli related episodes in the series of Johnny Goad Jewish. State scroll down to find biographer of Lord Balfour and the historian of the decades leading up to the formation of the state of Israel. Lord Leslie Turn Bug that's episode the Teen and life in Shin Bets with its former chief Yaacov Peri. That's episode ten so his ambassador again have and we started by unpacking that Australian background. Who is the way out of this world competition belief against me? It's not a competition and busted a regular. Thank you very much feel time and agreeing to the interview today. Here on Johnny Jewish state. I'm happy to be with you so now. Your background. Which is very interesting. I think to the Anglo Saxon. Speaking world of jewelry is that you're Australian correct. I was born in Melbourne Australia. In nineteen sixty and my father was born in Australia. He was a what they call in Australia. Postwar refugee he was a survivor dollar cost originally born in Germany. My Mother's family. She was born in Australia. They were Polish Jews who were lucky enough smart enough to get out of the nineteen twenties and they They arrived in Australia. I think even the last year of that decade and I remember my grandmother always saying that. Save the family. Had they stayed in Poland their fate would have been the fate of Polish Jews which was not good. And how did they Australia? Unity family story so I know on on both sides on my mother's side. My grandfather was on a train some going from Poland to Germany where he was studying engineering. Things were pretty GLIMP- for Jews in Poland in the nineteen twenties and he read an article in a magazine that Australia is the country of the future on the other on the German side of the family. I think after the Holocaust people say what is the furtherest place away from Europe Austria qualified. Freiburg was the family name Going back to the rations my head this thing at the age of twenty one I had. I said these people tried to kill us. Do I really want to German. Name for the rest of my life retrospectively. Now I know I made a mistake because I I very. He never said anything to me. But I offended my father very greatly but at the time at the age of twenty one twenty two when I did it. I was convinced that this was the right thing to do. I'm aware of how Ashkenazim took on the name of the town where they came from and of course a lot of the early. Zionists took their Ashkenazi names and totally he. Bray is did correct David. Ben-gurion is probably the prime example. I Prime Minister Shamir also Menachem Begin. Correct having said that though I suppose it was if it was part of me becoming an Israeli though. Part of what you said isn't correct. 'cause Freiburg the place in Germany is U. R. G. And my family was always. Rg so I'm not sure. It was connected to that physical location in Germany. Look when you head. Brewer is a name different ways of doing it so Freiberg is in English. It's free and Burgers mountain so I could have taken the Hebrew accrued of innocent played with that and I did and nothing successful came out but I was going out at the time with a woman who was studying literature at the Hebrew University. And she said you can also do it by playing with the letters so Freiberg in Hebrew is pay raise bait and you can play with the letters and rig of came out very nicely. Well I think it's It was an intriguing name when I first came across all those years ago. I'm glad to this question. Lazy Lane so now being an Anglo Saxon speaker is a real asset to Israel in the modern media world to explain Israel across borders to billions of people. Whose language is. It's their mother tongue or their second. Language is a huge asset. And something if I might say that has been quite a glaring omission from Israel's diplomatic mission in early years of the Jewish state so I think if you look at the people who held the position that I hold now we've had some English speakers of native born English speakers and And those Israelis who held the role of also had mother tongue English run persona had still has of course grading this. He is the son of a diplomat himself and as a result he went to school abroad. And so. But you're right I think The ability to speak English at mother tongue is a crucial element. If you want to successfully make the case for Israeli and international audiences it is a prerequisite but in itself. It's not enough like I sometimes made in my previous job in Israel when I was the spokesman for the prime minister is to meet a young immigrants with mother tongue English mark. I'd like a job like yours. How do I get it right and I would explain to them so good? English is important. But it's as I say it's a necessary prerequisite but it's not in itself enough. You have to know the issues backwards. You have to read everything that is relevant. After the politics you have to know the history you have to understand the issues and I think that is just as important if not more important than having a strong command of the language because he my early teens. I used to despair at some of these really politicians who were fairly Broosk in their approach and even their attire to media interviews with the BBC and others. I don't think that really helped. So this new generation I think led by the Prime Minister himself who speaks in. I think the best way to describe these fluent American. Well I believe. The current prime minister did grow up in Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and his father was a visiting professor and he he he grew up there returning to Israel to do. His Army Service is to mother tongue languages. He had both burning which is a marvellous advantage to have and but I think to be over. Critical of the founding generation because that founding generation includes people like our Evan who was an amazing spokesman for his very articulate People say that he's speeches. Go down in history as some of the most awful speeches in English in the twentieth century thousands of years ago a people land language came together in Israel birth and the cost of Man's life and thought was lifted to a new point of elevation. Then for centuries this pattern was split asunder. The people the land of the language were separated and tragedy and danger befell of the mall separated each from the other. None of these three achieved the creative potent sit which they each knew when they lived together. What IS MODERN ISRAEL? Except the reunion of this people land and language in the sublime fulfillment of history cycle a bridge thrown across the Gulf of continents and generations to symbolize the unity ofo historic experienced. Many people will know you from your competitive interviews with snow during the Gaza offenses being the media spokesman for the prime minister a hugely different communications brief to that of being an ambassador. I was arrested by that idea that when you became the ambassador it was a completely different communications brief almost a different personality from the attack dog to John. Snow on on media so being spokesman I had responsibility over specific areas and as ambassador. You have a much more general responsibility as spokesman. My job was to make sure that the people in international audiences understand Israeli government behavior is government policy and so forth and so that was done through communications as ambassador. That's part of your job as well but you have many other facets economic relationship cultural ties government to government discussions. Him obviously as ambassador. I'M STILL THE PUBLIC FACE FOR ISRAEL. I will do interviews. I will give talks. I will brief and so forth but A. I'm also doing things as ambassador that were not part of my portfolio when I was the government spokesperson. It's a more broad range of of job.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:00 min | 11 months ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Trust the plan if it wasn't if I didn't have so much news about these he's Warhawks these chicken hawks. The title of this episode would have been twenty twenty or how I learned to stop worrying and trust plan. I'm just going to go into the chat here. We have curious how we are doing on actually pretty good at twenty five years real lightfoot just followed thank you shade gingers here. Iranians are relatively white. Many have blue allies were some same same. Could be said to be white. European Jews living in Living in Israel right now Ron Paul is based some Tommy Day. A here talking to Jones's but yeah callers pretty good I hope calls in. He probably won't be probably won't let them on ever again. You tied for Fourth Place on D.. Live chatting oh sweet awesome thank you thanks for listening everyone and chatting shade. Ginger says that she bets that here she bets at Jones fire some great as well. I don't understand that because Jake Lloyd does not work for Info wars anymore but Jones had nick fuentes on. I don't know if that's discussion for an episode at a future date will Johnson who is Jones's token black black commentator after Chakari Jackson wchs in left due to the trump schilling which I respect your car Jackson I don. I didn't agree with him on everything. At the time I was such a cultist or I was. I was drinking the KOOL aid. So scenario he's anti trump. You know good. He's gone now. I understand why guys gone but yeah so I mean Jones's firing people to and he's anyway so neutral username says so obvious. You want to join the all right. I O oh nutrients name I remember you. I'm sorry you're stuck in New Hampshire opposed liber. Tards feel for you so I mean you know. I don't want want to know do I want. It's like you know you want to join that ship. Over Vincent you're on deserted islands could survive. But you're alone. I know you want to join onto that ship. That's on fire. No the all right has been absolutely fucking torpedo. Even if it wasn't torpedoed. Even if they were making a bunch of money I wouldn't want to join the dumpster fire and finally fifty shades of grey. Says I love a book Persepolis. I always think of Iran has just actually did read persepolis in French back when I was in high school in my French class. That was a pretty good book was immersion setup. I think that's pretty. I like comic books. You know that was a pretty good fucking comic book Persepolis. I recommend it to people if you WANNA to learn of you know or not read about what Iran was because it was interesting where this chick her parents were like leftists or communists who are against the Shah. which was you know? Installed stall by the US and British intelligence to be for Iran to be the on Web via globalist puppet and Van V. Support for revolution against the Shah. But the people who took over from Shah it's like it's like a nineteen eighty-four where the revolution basically becomes. You know people who the the people people who initiate per revolution eventually become the oppressors again. And we're so. Her parents and spoiler alert her parents end up getting killed L. by the Islamic radicals that they helped put in because they were communists. And it's very interesting very interesting story so that school a alt- an cap is anyway. So all right. Thanks for listening. So far so Let's just say I think he has a few more things to say go through there and the Iranians and the Saudis are about to kill each other world war three. Let's look at the issue at hand. Now I'm sorry. Go ahead and you have. People concerned concerned that Iran is going to strike the United States but again. It's my understanding. If you're making comparisons here this was a drone strike targeted on one individual. Looks like it just blew up a car. No weddings got hit. No civilization centers got hit. It wasn't a place where residents and the guys killed literally run these bulldozers the whole women and children up either nets although than kill him. They don't wear a hips. That was I knew I. It's like I don't doubt they actually do that in Iran but they kill all sorts a fucking people but it's like Jones would do this where it was the same thing in the interview with between you and mark in two thousand ten. What if a nuke goes off and homeland security comes? It's like that old saying How many angels dance on the head of a pin? It's like Jones's brings up. You talked about how bad Iran is and and it's none none of that matters that's Iran's problem Jones. Trump's motto was America first. America first is trump thinking about America. No He's thinking about Israel. Oh He's thinking about all the gays in Iran is thinking about all this shit but at the end of the day. That's just excuse really they just want war because these rivers ionised profiteers tears or whatever so now. We're actually going to have a pivot here. So this next clip Syrian girl which you could actually fall. I follow on twitter at partisan at partisan girl she She says she sees I. I mean nor- normally. I wouldn't want to date date someone outside of my religion. I believe it's just ending in disaster. But she she'd be an exception. I do find a rather tribes so searing girl on her Youtube Youtube Channel to religion. She I think she's must well. She never actually said but imagine she might be Muslim but I'd be able to pass that. She is beautiful when I you know to her on her youtube it's Anti W anti-globalists anti-zionist and She so she's actually in my view. She's going to be telling the truth about or Oreo. She's giving her version of. It would just totally opposite against Jones but she is like You know versus a few certain guests Jones can or can't interrupt and she's one of them because anyways so she's She's been on Jones show for us. I'm surprised she hasn't been banned. But Jones had David icon. He's he's had. He hasn't had Ron Paul on in years. But you know so. At least he's still out some of the old guests on so she's GonNa give her take on it and he's going to interrupt her as soon as she starts talking Russian. He doesn't like the plan was to get a sharks power in Iraq to get the Muslim Brotherhood Orsini extremists in power or in Syria. And then how the Each other now. That didn't work out so now. The Iranian presence in Iraq has become more reliability. And that's why they're targeting getting it and if you notice in last week when they struck the Iraqi Syrian border that's also goes to show you that they're targeting here. Is that alliance that connection between Iraq Syria and Iran. And that's what's dangerous in creating their own Shiite Islamic state through their learning. So that has nothing to do with what she was talking about how Iran Ron was going to create their own Islam states or I comparing them to Isis and secondly he cuts her. I mean he didn't cut off directly but as soon as she says. This isn't a danger to be United States. This is a danger to Israel. And that's the thing I mean if Israel and Iran WanNa have a fucking war okay. I'm not pro war but like get it out duke it out really really the fact that the US is being you know. Israel's like I save at the US as being Israel's pimp but vowed only makes sense if a whore was controlling the a pimp which you know it's like it's you know it's amazing. Israel is of a pimp and the United States is it's bodyguard and this is where I remember. I disagreed with will Coley. WHO's I guess? Former former host of F. T. l. host quite awhile reset. He thinks that Israel is being controlled by the US. When I in fact believe it's I think it's like a pack? It's the other way around but at the end of the day it's not Israel because Israel is a front for via Rothschild's Israel was established by Barack Child. If you look about four declaration it was between Lord Balfour Alfred Lord Rothschild or whatever and You know the. US trump is a rothschild agents in my view. He was bailed out by Rothschild agent. William Ross Wilbur. Ross who is now our commerce secretary who has the media has not mentioned him at all and and you even have Jones saying on his show years ago I played it so often often look it up. Jones said if we ever rothschilds or good guys now compared to the Space Rockefeller so and that's why Jones is so fucking dangerous right. He would say as some truths right and get people listening to him and then he adds like a ten percent of bullshit and with some of his callers and then versus versus two more clips left after this. I promise we won't go all night. Could goal knife over clips. I have jumped. I won't go all night. The Jones what happened and I noticed that I listened to Jones since like since sandy since a year before Sandy Hook I was listening to Joe. I forget exactly when Sandy Hook happened ever since I was in high school and when trump came mm-hmm along Jones exchanged his audiences. He exchanged his the audience. Like let's say the true for liberty audience ride the people who had like listen to follow. Who Liked Ron Paul? Or we are changed and David Eick when he started trump Shirley and he replaced that audience slowly came with the audience of leftovers from mark. Levin Glenn Beck who did not jump on the trump train because they were gop establishment packs. And but I think it was shitty business decision because we are changed liberty audio the people I sort of like people like me. I guess. Let's use me. Here's an example. The people who could anyone who could think critically does not listen to Jones anymore a like a revenge. Ironically you're out of habit. I list to out of habit but the people were fans okay. Let's say fan so people can't critically are fans of Jones and so but that's the thing it's not gonna work. I don't think it's sustainable. Because he gets the same just a total fucking idiots calling in galax. I agree with there being you. Say Trump is playing seventy chess. But it's not gonNA work. I don't thing it's GonNa Work Long Term Because my dad's been listening to rush limbaugh ever since rush limbaugh was syndicated nationally in he fucking hates Jones Fox News viewer. He says he conspiracy career is so I think Jones just should've kept his original audience. Should've kept doing what he was doing. But not. He's I believe he's an agent of some sort of intelligence or he admits it. He's part of a right-wing deep state and so that's part of a thing people would say will vincent. My Dad is a Freudian thing with my dad. My Dad is like okay okay. My Dad Thinks Jones is just a blustering idiot actor in all the stuff he says is bullshit but part of the part of deceiving someone with thinks he calls a lesser magic. As you have to tell the person what you're doing to them right that's why you have like serial killers who would give clues and eventually get them caught because for such narcissists assists behalf to get. Let you know what we're doing and I can understand that I mean I'm a CY..

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"lord balfour" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Prior to the break. We discussed the rise of antisemitism in the United Kingdom. And as you heard this is something that we need to be praying about But I I want to take you back about one hundred and fifty years ago to the mid nineteenth century in London it. It was a time when Jewish people were actually excluded from British parliament which is in and of itself a form of Anti Semitism the hatred of the Jewish people and yet somehow a Jewish man worked his way up the ranks to become England's first Jewish Prime Minister his name is Benjamin Disraeli and Benjamin Disraeli is a very complex figure i. He's Jewish by birth. His family were Italian. Jews who emigrated to England around the turn of the nineteenth century his grandfather Benjamin was a very religious Jewish man who was extremely involved in the synagogue where he lived in fact he served as an elder there. DISRAELI's father Isaac sick who was raised in the synagogue by his father grew apart from his faith in fact he came to believe that the Jewish faith did more to set Jewish people back then to help them. I'm advance in the modern English culture. Well as soon as the elder disraeli died Isaac. His son distanced himself from the synagogue and had his Jewish Jewish children baptized in the Anglican Church. Benjamin disraeli was baptized into the church. Very year that he was to be Bar Mitzvah. Benjamin adminisration came to as he was growing up. He came to love literature and he wrote several novels but eventually he entered into the world of politics. Now think about this. If disarray Leigh's father Isaac had never baptized him into the Anglican Church. He would have never had a chance to enter into British parliament just because he was considered a Christian that didn't mean he left behind his Jewish roots. In fact knowing his heritage connected him more to his Jewishness he's quoted saying that he's the blank page. I love this. He's the blank page that exists between the Old Testament and the new. He really kind of saw himself as a bridge type figure and this even came across in his politics he was very influential in bridging. The gap between the aristocracy of England and the populace the people of England England. His life was really changed though when he took an extended trip to the Middle East between eighteen twenty and eighteen thirty one. This was just before he entered into politics actually. He traveled to the Middle East and he landed in Jerusalem and he was very impressed with Jerusalem he even said that Jerusalem is the Messianic destination of the Jewish people so when he returned to England from his trip to the Middle East he became obsessed with the idea of the Jewish people longing to return to their ancient homeland Israel and as a result some people even like to call this really a proto Zionist politician in a British politician who saw the need and desire for Jewish people to return to their ancient homeland. And as I was talking about earlier with trevor this becomes influential for men like Lord Balfour who ends up writing the Balfour Declaration which promises the Jewish people a homeland after one disraeli worked his way up. The political ladder in London eventually became Britain's first Jewish prime minister now listen. He was a staunch conservative. He entered into politics politics in the eighteen thirties. And it wasn't until eighteen fifty eight that the Jewish Relief Act was signed giving Jewish people the right to enter enter British politics allowing Jewish people to swear on the Tanakh which is the Old Testament the Hebrew Bible and not the New Testament Benjamin disraeli. Remember because he was baptized into the Anglican Church and was considered. A Christian was actually able to participate in in British politics and he played a role in bringing about about this Jewish relief act of eighteen fifty eight that actually allowed Jewish people to finally enter into British politics without actually having to convert into the Christian Church Church. But what's amazing is that this rarely actually believed into church. I love this. He promoted the work of the church. He never shied away from his Jewish roots either he. He believed that Christianity she entity needs Judaism. Judaism is unfulfilled without. Jesus the Messiah he believe that and as a Jewish Christian this really was able to disarm many of the Anti Semitic critics of his time by emphasizing rather than downplaying his Jewish origins disraeli. Such an influential individual in British politics politics and important men and women throughout history liked Israeli used their platform to stand up and defend and show solidarity with the Jewish people. And that's why I also want to commend and our worker. Trevor Stuart Sweet who is in the United Kingdom right now really continuing the legacy of this really to show the value of what it means to be a Christian who stands up and supports Israel and the Jewish people. Now apples of gold a dramatic reading from the life offend Ministry of Holocaust survivor. Speak Alisher. Recently.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"Welcome to another a different Jenny Gu's Jewish state. Israel turns seventy war as Binyamin Netanyahu begins a fifth term Tel Aviv hosts, your vision and a barrel of rockets indiscriminately threatens millions of civilians it's one hundred and two years since Lord Balfour declared the Jews should have their own homeland. Today's guest is a truly remarkable man, Lord, Leslie, turn Berg, a man whose life has excelled in medicine and now in the chamber of British politics. He's also applied his considerable intellect to twenty th century Jewish and is really history. I promise you a wide ranging discussion. I've announced I'm taking the podcast next year's pack in a bit to interview the very biggest names in the world, and I'm raising funds to achieve that goal at patron dot com slash Jonny Gould, born in nineteen thirty four in Manchester. Leslie's parents came from Poland and Romania. He was the first doctor in the family, Leslie was president of the role college of physicians after distinguished medical career in both Manchester in London, he became a Knight of the realm in nineteen ninety four and speaks in the house of lords on many medical issue, and is a growing authority on Israel in the Middle East. He's a troubled labour peer and plans to leave the party, which he says is run by anti Semites. This. In the campaign me. No looking back. Go be no turning back on one's freedom. Put the problem Stadion people. Join Atkinson Hobson's printed in twenty seven which Jeremy Corbyn, very helpfully. And it a forward to in a book about imperialism, blaming basically the first and second world wars on the single peculiar race of the Jews which Jeremy Corbyn, cooled, a brilliant book and extremely controversial. It's absolutely clear that anyone who lords that book, which is so viciously anti-semitic damage like the protocols signed and just goes along the same route. I'm surprised Corbin hasn't lauded the protocols of Zion. But it's a very good sign. If you needed it that he is anti semitic through charitable work in memory of his late son Daniel tragically killed in a plane crash aged just that he seven, Leslie and his wife EDNA have enabled two hundred forty biomedical. Researchers. The chance of foreign exchange visits to further their research experience and learn new techniques, and it simple eight just aims to develop scientific collaboration and friendships between the UK and the Middle East. Daniel was a bright young, doctor and medical researcher with a huge future. You can find out more about Leslie and Aetna's charity by searching for the academy of Medical Sciences. Tomatoes Tinari two years ago, Leslie roads beyond the Balfour declaration the one hundred year quest for Isreaeli Palestinian peace and he's currently finishing another book touring Zionism from the twenties right up to the second World War. And I started by asking him why he decided to write about the Balfour declaration in the first place. I hadn't thought of writing a book, but I knew the centennial was coming up on. I thought I ought to find out a bit more about Belfer. So I started reading the more. I read the more. I realized that didn't know. And I thought if I don't know maybe others don't either. So I dug into a little the declaration itself is fairly ambiguous. Leaves open all sorts of questions bow himself thought that first of all Palestine didn't have all that many indigenous people Vaso it would be easy to put the Jews that. And he thought that in due course, Arabs and Jews would get them very well together. So there wouldn't be a problem. So he he really minimize the potential for problems. But he always knew even though he didn't say it Palestine would become a Jewish state whitesman. And he agreed that it would be Jewish state. But they would never ever say that they didn't want to frighten the horses. So they kept rather quiet about statehood, so form of political correctness. Even in those days, don't mention the Jay word. Yeah. Hello. Hello. Nice to meet you don't need to put this on pause. How are you? Nice to meet you. Thank you on Johnny, Johnny Gould.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The democratic committees asked Barr to send them the full report by April second in any underlying documents the day, the White House calling for the resignation of Representative Adam Schiff more on that coming up this hour on America's First News. President Trump signed a proclamation Monday, recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights reversing more than a half century of US policy standing alongside Trump at the White House. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the decision in the long sweep of Jewish history. There have been a handful a proclamation by non Jewish leaders on behalf of our people in our land. Cyrus the great great version. Lord balfour. President Harry Truman and president Donald J Trump and you Mr President. President you've done it. Not once but twice with your bold proclamation on Jerusalem. And with your bowl proclamation today on the Golan. Comes at a time with the Golan is more important than ever for security when Iran is trying to establish bases in Syria. To strike at Israel. Mr President just as Israel studio in nineteen sixty seven just as it stood tall in nineteen Seventy-three Israel stance today. We hold the high ground. And we shall never give it up. That means the people are with the Golan. The president.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The world to ground the max jets. President Trump signed a proclamation Monday recognizing Israel sovereignty over the Golan Heights reversing more than half century of US policy. Standing alongside Trump at the White House is really Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the decision. In the long sweep of Jewish history. They're gonna Hansel approximations by non Jewish leaders. On behalf of our people in our land. Cyrus the great weight version. Lord balfour. President Harry Truman and president Donald J Trump and you Mr President. President you've done it. Not once but twice with your bold proclamation on Jerusalem. And with your bold proclamation today on the boulevard. Your vision comes at a time with the Golan this more important than ever for security when Iran is trying to establish bases in Syria. To strike at Israel. Mr President just as Israel stood tall in nineteen sixty seven justices stood tall in nineteen Seventy-three. Israel's stance. Stalled today, we hold the high ground. And we shall never give it up. Lung. That means the people are with the up. But thanks to you. We now know that there are two peoples who stand with the people of Israel. And the people of America. So on behalf of all the people of Israel. Thank you, President Trump. Thank you for your leadership. Thank you for your friendship. And thank you for all you've done to make the alliance between America and Israel, stronger and greater than.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Decision. In the long sweep of Jewish history. There have been a handful approximations by non Jewish leaders. On behalf of our people in our land. Cyrus the great great version. Lord balfour. President Harry Truman and president Donald J Trump and you Mr President. President you've done it. Not once but twice with your bold proclamation on Jerusalem. And with your bold proclamation today on the bulletin. You buckle? Vision comes at a time with the Golan this more important than ever for security when Iran is trying to establish basis ensuite to strike at Israel. Mr president. Just as Israel stood tall in nineteen sixty seven just as stood tall in nineteen Seventy-three Israel stand. Stalled today, we hold the high ground. And we shall never give it up. That means the people are with the Golan. But thanks to you. We now know that there are two peoples who stand with the Golan the people of Israel. And the people of America. So on behalf of all the people of Israel. Thank you, President Trump. Thank you for your leadership. Thank you for your friendship. And thank you for all you've done to make the alliance between American Israel, stronger and greater than ever. The president said it was.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mr president. Our dear friend, Donald. You have shown consistently incredible support for Israel for a right to self defense. When we exercise that self defense. You never flinched you always been there including today. And I thank you. Yesterday. A rocket was fired from Gaza deep inside Israel it hit home north of Tel-Aviv wounded seven including two small children. Miraculously no one was hurt. No one was killed. Israel will not tolerate this. I will not tolerate this. And as we speak as I told you Mr President just now Israel is responding forcefully to this want aggression. I have a simple message to Israel's enemies. We will do whatever we must do to defend our people and defend our states after this meeting. I return home ahead of schedule to leave the people of Israel and the soldiers of Israel. But before I go, Mr President. It was so kind of you. To invite me to come here. It was so important for me to come to the White House. Thank you. Mr President over the years. Israel has been blessed to have many friends who sat in the Oval Office. But Israel has never had a better friend than you. You show this time again. You show this when you withdrew from the disastrous nuclear deal with Iran. I remember in one of our first meetings. You said this is a horrible. I will leave it. You said it you did it you showed it when you restored sanctions against a genocidal regime that seeks to destroy the one and only Jewish state. You said I will restore those sanctions you said it, and you did it. You show that when you recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the American embassy there and gave us a tremendous amount of you said you did it. And you showed it once against today. Mr President with your official proclamation recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. President ladies and gentlemen, this is truly historic there. For two decades. From nineteen forty eight thousand nine hundred sixty seven. Syria rain deadly far from the Golan Heights. And Israel's citizens below a generation of really children lived in constant danger. And then in two glorious days in June nineteen sixty seven the brave soldiers of Israel skill those daunting. Heights and liberated the goal on this has profound meetings for all Israelis, and for me, personally, one of those brave soldiers was my brother who was wounded in battle three hours before the end of the war. And if you years later as a an officer an officer and a special unit sojourn to a covert mission into Syria, and as we came back to the Golan to Israel. We nearly froze to death. In a blinding still storm. Well, as you can see I'm still here. But at that point in the nineteen sixty seven Israel seized the high ground which has since proven invaluable to our defense because in nineteen Seventy-three Syria launched a surprise attack against Israel and those same Golan Heights. Proved to be to enable us to absorb the initial attack. It was a horrific attack and successfully counterattack the invading Syrian forces within three weeks, we were at the gates of Damascus outmanned outgunned. Our brave soldiers triumph after one of the hardest fought tank battles in our history. But while Israel one those two wars. We would have to wait nearly half a century until this moment here in this room to translate our military victory into a diplomatic victory. And that is why Mr President you were decision to recognize Israel sovereignty on the Golan Heights is so historic. Your recognition is a twofold. Act of historic Justice, Israel, won the golden heights in a just war of self defense, and the Jewish people's roots in the Golan go back thousands of years. In the long sweep of Jewish history. There have been a handful approximations by non Jewish leaders on behalf of our people in our land. Cyrus the great the great Persian king. Lord balfour. President Harry Truman and president Donald J Trump and you Mr President. President you've done it not once but twice with your ballpark limitation on Jerusalem. And with your bow proclamation today on the Golan. Population comes at a time with the Golan is more important than ever for our security when Iran is trying to establish bases in Syria to strike at Israel from across the border in Syria. Iran is launch drones into our airspace missiles into our territory. Mr President Justice Israel stood tall in nineteen sixty seven. Just as it stood tall in nineteen Seventy-three Israel stands tall to do. We hold the high ground, and we shall never give it up. Mr president. We have a saying in Israel. I'll say it in Hebrew. It says. That means the people are with the Golan, but thanks to you. We now know that their two peoples who stand with the Golan the people of Israel. And the people of America that is the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Yes. Without a doubt overjoyed by the president's choice and decision here. Tony cats. Tony cats today important to hear what he had to say because you will soon hear how Representative to leave and representatives Hanamaru Representative of of Cortez and all host of others are extremely upset with this. Oh, how dare you support the butcher's regime? Some words like that is guaranteed to come up. As a matter of fact, people are giving Steny Hoyer, a whole bunch of heat, the house majority leader from Maryland because he spoke at APEC, which is going on right now, the American Israel Public affairs committee meeting it's happening right now. And that's why whether Netanyahu is here in America and the vice president's spoke there earlier today. And stay Hoyer spoke there, and one of his lines was I know people are talking a lot about the Democrats. But you know, there are there are sixty two new freshmen Democrats, not just three. Which is considered a massive burn. And mar and Cortez massive massive burn. If only they had had the power of those three. Steny Hoyer has got to accept the fact that without question. They're not as powerful as they thought that without question these three control most of the airtime if you will. And that they have to be dealt with. I've often said I've always said the quartet reputable out Kasey Cortez is not our problem. It's. Nancy, Pelosi's problem and studying lawyers problem. And unfortunately, as you learn more about the these three specifically in another's, it's America's problem. And I think they're gonna have a very hard time. I think I shouldn't say there, Don, I think that'd be that'd be more wishful thinking than than reality. I think you're going to see that they have a not easy time. Three election people will run against them. People will push back. I think you're going to see that the proclamation getting signs of recognition of the Golan Heights. Oh, this is gonna make Rango crazy. The Russians are already talking about it. None of that matters. The land belongs to Israel. I say move on the mother report. What happens? What does it say my conversation with Ed Henry all that coming up on? Tony. The invitation.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You said it you did it and you showed it once against today. Mr President with your official proclamation recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. President ladies and gentlemen, this is truly historic there. For two decades from nineteen forty eight to nine hundred sixty seven. Syria, rain Dudley, far from the Golan Heights. And Israel's citizens below a generation of Israeli children lived in constant danger. And then in two glorious days in June nineteen sixty seven the brave soldiers of Israel skill those daunting heights and liberated the goal on this has profound meetings for all his railings and for me personally. One of those brave soldiers was my brother who was wounded in battle three hours before the end of the war. And if you years later as an officer in special unit, led my to a covert mission into Syria, and as we came back to the Golan to Israel. We nearly froze to death. In a blinding stowstorm. Well, as you can see I'm still here. But at that point in the nineteen sixty seven Israel seized the high ground which has since proven invaluable to our defense because in one thousand nine seventy three Syria launched a surprise attack against Israel and those same Golan Heights. Proved to be able to stoop Zorba the initial attack. It was a horrific attack and successfully counterattack the invading Syrian forces within three weeks, we were at the gates of Damascus outmanned outgunned our brave soldiers triumphs after one of the hardest fought tank battles in our history. But while Israel one those two wars, we would have to wait nearly half a century until this moment here in this room to translate our military victory into a diplomatic victory. And that is why Mr President your decision to recognize Israel solvent on the Golan Heights is so historic. Your recognition is a twofold. Act of historic Justice, Israel, won the Golan Heights in a just war of self defense, and the Jewish people's roots in the Golan go back thousands of years. In the long sweep of Jewish history. There have been a handful approximations by non Jewish leaders on behalf of our people in our land. Cyrus the great the great Persian king. Lord balfour. President Harry Truman and president Donald J Trump and you Mr President. President you've done it. Not once but twice with your bold proclamation on Jerusalem. And with your bold proclamation today on the Golan your participation comes at a time with the Golan is more important than ever for security when Iran is trying to establish bases in Syria to strike at Israel from across the border in Syria. Iran is launch drones into our airspace missiles into our territory. Mr President Justice Israel stood tall in nineteen sixty seven. Just as it stood tall in nineteen Seventy-three. Israel stands told today, we hold the high ground, and we shall never give it up. Mr president. We have a saying in Israel. I'll say it in Hebrew. It says I'm good. That means the people are with the Golan. But thanks to you. We now know that there are two peoples who stand with the Golan the people of Israel. And the people of America. So on behalf of all the people of Israel. Thank you, President Trump. Thank you for your leadership. Thank you for your friendship. And thank you for all you've done to make the alliance between America and Israel, stronger and greater than ever. Thank you. Mr president..

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"lord balfour" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm john. Eugene Rogan's book is the fall of the Ottoman the great war in the Middle East deliberately the tragedy is done the British have pulled their troops off of the peninsula. The political headlines in London are rocking. They rock the whole of the allied a fan offensive in France, as well, everyone now has to pay a price for the failure of this expedition. However as Eugene tells us, the Turks have a lot of troops no longer tied down to stop the British from taking. Istanbul. And what happens now is the dance between the British war committee to make up for the failure in Gallipoli and the ability of the Turks to move their soldiers and interior lines to either meet the British advance or re-conquer territory, and that becomes politically dangerous for the British as well. Eugene you tell a story that is surprisingly modern we're going to range over the invasion of Mesopotamia and mentioned a couple of other episodes because wherever the Turks and the British fought it is true here in the twenty first century. There's either a failed state a rogue state or ongoing war fighting. It's spooky. So I go immediately to mess up the British idea under, sir. John, Nixon General, Sir. John Nixon is to advance onto Baghdad or up the Tigris, and they go first to Amara they make success there. He has the sixth division under General Charles Townsend. Do the British believed as the war committee believe that the Turks will not resist that they can March all the way up to Baghdad without any contest. Join the critical thing to remember is that the British entered Mesopotamia right in the opening moments of the first World War and beginning of November nineteen fourteen and the really met very little resistance as there Indian army, which is to say an army was based in India with many Indian soldiers and British officers made their way to take Basra, and then the meeting point of the tigris-euphrates and admit mid the we have both rivers really to take Nassiriya and Amara and take all of the province of Basra and put it under British rule. That'd be time. They pushed the Ottoman they found that the autumn and so back and collapsed in disarray. And so there was a real sense that Mississippi Tena was a cake walk that the that the British could make the kind of games the kind of war of movement that not only had looted them on the western front against Germany, but very recently in Gallipoli where as we talked about last time. British forces made landings, but could not secure the high ground to complete their conquest. They were they were stuck in trenches to here in Mesopotamia. They seemed to be really be able to cover the terrain in rapid conquest that would drive in the audience back, and they didn't see where that was going to end is September nineteen fifteen so while they're advancing in Mesopotamia while the British advancing and message cameo with theralac is from the empire. Indian armies present the Gallipoli affair is ending with great defeat. So these two episodes are simultaneous the Turks. However, the Ottomans have soldiers they can now move to mess of Taymiyya and up shop up shows Neurontin bay, whom you describe Eugene as talented multi-lingual and an effective commander. He right away. Goes into battle against the British. And he wants to beat them head on despite the advice of a Prussian field marshal that he should just wait is Neurontin bay. A new kind of Turkish commander of the British seen this before. We'll be ran into like this not of course, was most of a camel, the leader attitude who had proved a valorous though and earned the respect of British forces in Gallipoli. I think innocent people have underestimated just how effective Audubon commanders were in the field past histories of. Laboured over how influential German offices were in setting the kind of war strategy for the audience. I think more recent research really gives credit to Ottoman commanders for having shown a great sense of strategy and insight and being able to motivate their troops to achieve great things and new redeem bay was one of those. Yes, you you single out the Ottomans fifty first division, which I take it has come from. Now, the politics of this Eugene, this is off the battlefield I list. Churchill Lord, grey, Lord, Balfour, Lord, the first Lord of the admiralty Balfour Kitchener himself. Of course, the war minister curbs on they all make up a decision the Dardanelles committee. Are they bloody minded about this because we've were pulling out of Gallipoli, we're going to reinforce Nixon at Bosra, and we're going to take Baghdad do they put it in the formula that nakedly? Will be divided among themselves. But I think the most influential voices were persuading their colleagues that you could make up for the deceit or the failure at collectively you could deal a significant blow against the Ottomans, and you could undermine that part of the Ottoman war effort, which always wait on the thinking of the war planners, which was the call to Islam this this call for jihad that they might be able to revoke a kind of. Fanatical religious response that could not only inflame the battlefield in the Ottoman empire, but turn Indian Muslims or Muslims against their British rulers. So the bourgeois very keen not to leave the victorious or at least not for too long. And they thought maybe a quick victory could be had taking the ancient Kayla. Full city of Baghdad towns and makes the decision to fight a battle at Salman Pak, south of Baghdad and he's turned back. British losses are very high. I note that the Royal flying corps is in action here, the Germans and the Americans and the British both us air reconnaissance. But they also use air bombers and at one point air supply. We'll see that in a siege up coming. So we're going to leave that at the Townsend fails and he pulls back from Salman Pak, we're going to leave that for a moment and go to another battlefield where committee is watching. This is the Libyan desert Italy has advanced there, but the British get involved because of. Of an uprising under the Senussi. Who are they Jean? Well, the are mystical religious order of Sunni Islam, very influential in eastern Libya, then and now the Sanussi had both religious legitimacy. They were able to mobilize armed men, and they had a network of lodges for their their Sanussi brotherhood that served as basis for operators for brothers to meet plan and carry out attacks and the synopses were in league with the Ottomans in trying to open an internal front against British forces in British occupied Egypt. Remember Egypt had been occupied by the British. We can eighteen eighty two and had been a very important staging-post for British operations in the Middle East and a transit zone for imperial troops. Coming from the dominions, Australia New Zealand and also Indian troops coming through the Suez canal. So the British ever concerned about this. Jihad religious fanatic. Sauna Sanussi movement, a kind of religious fraternity playing on religious sentiment whose uprising in the western desert of Egypt. Could really prove a problem in my Eden, awaken among Egyptian Muslims a spirit of rebellion that could really make their position in strategic Egypt very very weak. It is spooky how your book follows the same geography. I'm following routinely in the twenty first century reporting on the war fighting and the failed states, we go from Libya to Aden. This is on the coast of the Arabian coast. Of course, the near Bob Bob, dad, the entrance to the Red Sea there the Turkish troops attack a city and then turn back. I believe the British ally. The Sultan of Haege, I didn't know all of this. And I looked it up. Thanks to your book because it's very helpful to report on what's going on. And Bob lemon, Deb right now, the British got involved in the Ogden protectorate. This again is poking around the edges of the Ottoman empire. Is that what they're doing? They're trying to see where the weaknesses are. Or are. They looking for good headlines. Well, I think the British styled themselves in a genuinely difficult position in Aden. Because not only was it a colony tied to their empire in India. But it was a very important polling station for shipping from the Indian Ocean towards the Mediterranean world, and the Ottomans were able to ally with a local ruler the imam Yahya who had previously been sympathetic to the audience and the audience. Played on this to turn the Yemeni ruler against the British position in Aden and were able to put the British under the kind of siege which given the light defenses. They had available to them the Aden once again, dealing British defeat in the autumn and Muslim world that they kept worrying what's going to inflame, the broader Muslim world to respond favorably to the call for g had this. This thing keeps reoccurring and so the British find themselves having to dispatch troops from Egypt and from Batavia to try and staunch this threat to Aden. Their critical colony and coaling station to hold the Ottoman and and Yemeni forces at baby they succeed, but it just goes to show how once again, the British towns themselves pressing the multiple fronts if at the beginning of the void left the auditors looking vulnerable by the middle of the war. It was the British were finding themselves being dealt setbacks in key remote areas of the Ottoman. Empire in Libya in Yemen in Mesopotamia, Townsend withdraws to Kook the city on the river K UT, and he digs in he decides that he's going to hold their against the Turks coming after at him. Does he believe that the Turks will not besiege him? What is his thinking? Eugene. Stinking was that the Turks would inevitably surround his position. And could it could is a bend in the river. It's a sort of horseshoe. And so it was protected on three sides by the river with just a neck of land that could be entrenched and held and Townsend's calculation was that the British would be able to mobilize in four to six weeks a relief force that would be sufficient to break through and lines. And that Thompson would be there with the soldiers that he had retreated from some unpack with to reinforce the relief column and make a kind of two pronged attack on the auditing procedures breakthrough. And then resumed the conquest of Mesopotamia. He just had never contemplated the possibility that the Turks could dig in so stubbornly as to prevent the relief column from getting to his men, and and not to the British. What's the tragedy of could you see the drama now where from Libya to Aden? Toback data to the Tigris. River, the British are either advancing or trying to poke at the edges of the young Turks are going to respond, and when we come back the siege of coat, and again, a demonstration that the Ottomans fight. Well, Eugene Rogan is the author of the fall of the Ottomans the great war in the Middle East. I'm John bachelor..

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"lord balfour" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Show. You teen Rogan's book is the fall of the Ottoman the great war in the Middle East. The tragedy is done the British have pulled their troops off of the peninsula. The political headlines in London are rocking. They rock the whole of the allied of fan offensive in France, as well, everyone now has to pay a price for the failure of this expedition. However as Eugene tells us, the Turks have a lot of troops no longer tied down to stop the British from taking is Don ball. And what happens now is the dance between the British war committee to make up for the failure. And Gallipoli and the ability of the Turks to move their soldiers in interior lines to either meet the British advance or re-conquer territory, and that becomes politically dangerous for the British as well Eugene. You tell a story that is surprisingly modern we're going to range over the invasion of Mesopotamia and mentioned a couple of other episodes because wherever the Turks and the British fought it is true here in the twenty first century. There's either a failed state a rogue state or ongoing fighting it's spooky so I go immediately to mess up Tameer, the British idea under, sir. John, Nixon General, Sir. John Nixon is to advance onto Baghdad or up the Tigris, and they go first to Amara they make a success there. He has the sixth division under General Charles Townsend. Do the British believed as the war committee believe that the Turks will not resist that they can March all the way up to Baghdad without any contest. Join the critical thing to remember is that the British entered Mesopotamia right in the opening moments of the first World War and beginning of November nineteen fourteen and the really met very little resistance as there Indian army, which is to say an army was based in India with many Indian soldiers and British officers may do way to take Basra, and then the meeting point of the Tigris and Euphrates and admit that maybe we have both rivers really to take Nassiriya and Amara and take all of the province of Basra and put it under British rule. That'd be time. They pushed the Ottoman they found that the and so back and collapsed in disarray. And so there was a real sense that Mississippi Tena was a cakewalk that the British could make the kind of games the kind of bore of movement that not only had looted them on the western front against Germany, but very recently in Gallipoli where as we talked about last time British forces made landings, but could not secure the high ground to. Complete their conquest. They were they were stuck in trenches and goes to here in Mesopotamia. They seem to be able to cover the terrain in rapid conquest that we're driving the audience back, and they didn't see where that was going to end is September nineteen fifteen. So while they're advancing in Mesopotamia where the British advancing and cameo with our allies from the empire. Indian armies present the Gallipoli affair is ending with great defeat. So these two episodes are simultaneous the Turks. However, the Ottomans have soldiers they can now move to mess of taming and up shop up shows Nurettin bay, whom you describe Eugene as talented multi-lingual and an effective commander. He right away goes into battle against the British. And he wants to beat them head on despite the advice of a Prussian field marshal that he should just wait is written bay a new kind of Turkish commander of the British seen this before. We'll be ran into like this. Of course was most of a camel, the leader attitude who had proved valorous folk and earned the respect of British forces in Gallipoli. I think innocent people have underestimated just how effective Audubon commanders were in the field asked histories of you know. Laboured over how influential German offices were in setting the kind of war strategy for the audience. I think more recent research really give credit to autumn commanders for having shown a great sense of strategy and insight and be able to motivate their troops to achieve great things and new redeem bay was one of those. Yes, you you single out the Ottomans fifty first division, which I take it has come from Gallipoli. Now, the politics of this Eugene, this is off the battlefield I list. Churchill Lord, grey, Lord, Balfour Lord at the first Lord of the admiralty Belfer Kitchener himself. Of course, the war minister Curzon, they all make up a decision the Dardanelles committee. Are they bloody minded about this because we've were pulling out of Gallipoli, we're going to reinforce Nixon at Bosra, and we're going to take Baghdad do they put it in the formula that nakedly? Be divided among themselves. But I think the most influential voices were persuading their colleagues that you could make up for the dec- to the fair, you're at collectively you could deal a significant blow against the Ottomans, and you could undermine that part of the Ottoman war effort, which always wait on the thinking of the war planners, which was the coal to Islam. This this called for jihad that they might be revoked a kind of. Fanatical religious response that could not only inflamed. The battlefield in the Ottoman empire. But turn Indian Muslims or Egyptian Muslims against the British rulers. So the virtual very keen not to leave the Ottomans victorious or at least not for too long. And they thought maybe a quick victory could be had taking the ancient city of Baghdad towns and makes the decision to fight a battle at Salman Pak, south of Baghdad and he's turned back. British lost is very high. I note that the Royal flying corps is an action here, the Germans and the Americans and the British both us air reconnaissance. But they also use air bombers and at one point air supply. We'll see that in a siege upcoming. So we're going to leave that at the Townsend fails, and he pulls back from Salman Pak, we're going to leave that for a moment and go to another battlefield where the war committee is watching this Libyan desert Italy has advanced there, but the British get involved because of. Of an uprising under the Senussi. Who are they you, gene? Well, the are mystical religious order of Sunni Islam, very influential in eastern Libya, then and now the Sanussi. He's had both religious legitimacy. They were able to mobilize armed men, and they had a network of lodges for their their Sinisi brotherhood that served as basis for operations for brothers to meet plan and carry out attacks and the synopses were in league with the Ottomans in trying to open an internal front against British forces in British occupied Egypt. Remember Egypt had been occupied by the British. We back in eighteen eighty two and had a very important staging post for British operations in the Middle East and a transit zone for imperial troops. Coming from the dominions, Australia New Zealand and also for Indian troops coming through the Suez canal. So the British ever concerned about this jihad and religious fanaticism. So on the Sanussi movement, a kind of they're just fraternity playing on religious sentiment whose uprising in the western desert of Egypt could really prove a problem in might. Even awaken among Egyptian Muslims a spirit of rebellion that could really make their position in strategic Egypt, very very weak. It is spooky how your book follows the same geography. I'm following routinely in the twenty first century reporting on the war fighting and the failed states, we go from Libya to Aden. This is on the coast of the Arabian coast. Of course, the near Bob. Bob, Amon, Deb the entrance to the Red Sea there the Turkish troops attack a city and then turn back. I believe the British ally is the Sultan of Lahij, I didn't know all of this. And I looked it up. Thanks to your book because it's very helpful to report on what's going on right now, the British get involved in the Ogden protectorate. This again is poking around the edges of the Ottoman empire. Is that what they're doing? They're trying to see where the weaknesses are. Or are. They looking for good headlines. Well, I think the British themselves in a genuinely difficult position in Aden. Because not only was it a colony tied to their empire in India. But it was a very important coaling station for shipping going from the Indian Ocean towards the Mediterranean world, and the Ottomans were able to ally with a local ruler the amount. Yeah. Yeah. Who had previously been sympathetic to the audience and the audience played on this to turn. The Yemeni ruler against the British position in Aden and were able to put the British under the kind of siege which given the light defenses. They had vailable Aiden. Risked once again, dealing British defeat in the autumn and Muslim world that they kept worrying what's going to inflame, the broader world to respond favorably to the call for g had this theme keeps reoccurring, and so the British find themselves having to dispatch troops from Egypt and from Mesopotamia to try and staunch this threat to Aden. Their critical colony and Kolding station to hold the Ottoman and and Yemeni forces at bay they succeed, but it just goes to show how once again, the British found themselves pressing the audience on multiple fronts if at the beginning of that left the Ottomans looking vulnerable by the middle of the war. It was something. The British were finding themselves being dealt setbacks in key remote areas of the Ottoman empire in Libya in Yemen in Mesopotamia Townsend withdraws to coach the city on the river K UT, and he digs in he decides that he's going to hold their against the Turks. Coming after at him. Does he believe that the Turks will not besiege him? What is his thinking? Eugene. Townships thinking was that the Turks would inevitably surround his position and could could bend in the river. It's a sort of horseshoe. And so it was protected on three sides by the river with just a neck of land that could be entrenched and held and towns calculation was that the British would be able to mobilize in four to six weeks a relief force that would be sufficient to break through Auburn lines. And that Townshend would be there with the soldiers that he had retreated from some unpack with to reinforce the relief column and make a kind of two pronged attack on the autumn to seizures breakthrough. And then resumed the conquest of Mesopotamia. He had never contemplated the possibility that the Turks could dig in so stubbornly as to prevent the relief column from getting to his men, and and that for the British what's the tragedy of could you see the drama now where from Libya to Aden? Toback data to the Tigris. River the British are either advancing or trying to poke at the edges of the Ottomans. The young Turks are going to respond and when we come back the siege of cooked. And again, a demonstration that the Ottomans fight. Well, gene Rogan is the author of the fall of the Ottomans the great war in the Middle East. I'm John Batchelor. One.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Seculow. I remember wanted to the broadcast and this is a special broadcast because we've got our team from our, office in Jerusalem here in our media center. So I wanna I start by. Welcoming not only our, audience from. Around the country and around the world but also. Welcome our director general Rami. Levy who's been, with us, on this. You've heard him many many times first time. A lot of you are seeing him Rami, course runs our office I in Jerusalem Rami been working together for almost two decades longtime david benjamin is senior counsel for the a._c._l. jay's office in jerusalem also works with the israeli defense forces an expert on international law david on the broadcast again many times but first time in the studio so great to have both of you here stewart roth of course senior counsel when the founders of the jane has done a lot of work in our office in israel i want to start with letting everybody know what the broadcast is about today we will take your calls on the issue of israel and in this context your support for israel we think is critical there's a lot of issues going on right now one issue that is getting not as much attention as it deserves is that eighteen million dollars of the united nations budget has been allocated to the palestinian authority for the purposes of engaging in what's called off air that is taking israel to international tribunals we've handled those cases at the international criminal court in the keg remember this the united states funds about twenty two percent of the u._n. budget so Almost at least three and a half million dollars of that money going to the Palestinian Authority to sue Israeli organizations and pro Israel groups, is being, funded by us the American taxpayer, we'll take your calls on all of this. We want, to know, about your support for Israel at one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero eight hundred six. Eight four thirty one ten let me start with this this is the one. Hundredth anniversary of what's called the Balfour declaration that was a declaration issued by, Lord Balfour James Balfour, to Lord Rothschild and. That was regarding the establishment of a Jewish state. I was on November second nineteen seventeen it reads as follow it's too dear Lord Rothschild's I have much pleasure in. Conveying to you on behalf of his majesty's government the following declaration of sympathy with the Jewish sinus aspirations which has been submitted to and. Approved by the cabinet his majesty's government views with favour the establishment. In Palestine, of a national home for the Jewish people and will use their. Best Denver's to facilitate the achievement of this object it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done. Which may prejudice. The civil and religious rights of existing non. Jewish communities in Palestine or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country I should be grateful if you would bring this declaration to. The knowledge of designers federation. Yours sincerely Arthur James Balfour declaration has created a body of literature. And a body of law me just two paragraphs and it has created. A well-known body blah join go ahead yeah that's right. And so I think on this. Hundredth. Anniversary and is Israel. Approaches seventy years of independence as well we just celebrated the fifty year reification of Jerusalem over the summer. So a lot of key moments happening right now for the Jewish state of Israel Balfour declaration two hundred years, the seventy years of Israel as a Jewish state fifty years of Israel with its heart Jerusalem as its capital all within this Last year high so we come back from the break we'll be joined. By our experts from. Our offices in Jerusalem and we will also take your calls at one. Eight hundred, six eight four three one one zero eight hundred six eight four thirty one. Ten we wanna know, what you think about the situation for Israel, support of Israel. One, eight hundred. Six eight four thirty one ten let me also tell you this we don't talk about it as. Often as we should we have a full operating office right in. The heart of Jerusalem dealing with Israel but also the region we're gonna get into. All that, we come back, from the break one eight hundred sixty eight four three one one zero back with more, including your calls in just a moment If you're at, or near, retirement age you'll soon have, to decide when to start collecting social security. Benefits if you get this decision.

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The Global Politico

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on The Global Politico

"As a result of say the trump administration having come to well um there's there's rarely side and then there's the american side on this radio said absolutely were uh using force to do this pushback iran and syria we've um than a bunch of operations over the past the beer in years to stem the said encroachment than the desire to become a huge empire on the american side uh we have a good feeling that america has are back we don't expect america and we've never expected american soldiers to fight our battles and we won't will never ask america to send troops to defend us will always defend ourselves by ourselves but we do need america giving us says it's bakken all right so nafta event we're here in washington you are very savvy about politics at always found you'd be savvy about politics not only about israeli politics but also about what is going on here in the united states key relationship for israel of course yesterday we saw an extremely friendly meeting between the prime minister of israel and president trump uh prime minister netanyahu compared president trump to king cyrus to harry truman to lord balfour uh this seems like an enormous amount of gratitude for a fairly symbolic move in deciding to move the us embassy to jerusalem is it is it worth all of those encomium zain what are you see the actual impact being on the ground of this decision a lot of people were very worried that the the impact would be to shut down the peace process.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Israel Story

"Harris had just been on a visit to the headquarters and then there was this mysterious russian woman at the table got up and saying happy birthday mr president even though it wasn't actually in an unscripted so that took a lot of attention i didn't really put my homework ticket in one reading off me that much about declaration and then one of his aides kind of got up and said mr prestige to guy now in that kind of the end and it was just say running nor belfer explains that it's important to consider his ancestors declamation in its historical context this is especially the case when it comes to responding to the calls for an apology from the british government that are being made by certain palestinian groups funded social i find it very old he gives me a short history lesson about those historical circumstances you know one of our main concerns walls churches suicde now he mentions khalil priorities that was the wall priority the caveat that oil have featured quinson legitimately slither stage and of course the fact that so many of britain's leaders at the time where religious millennarians who believe that restoring the juice to the holy land would hasten the second coming of christ hospital that lloyd george i'll full generation they went to church on sundays twice often i went to church twice every sunday while i was a scoop i went chapel every day of school so what did we here we heard yields us coupled of abraham we we heard about loses we rich juju only exodus in sign the souls of dave the idea that somehow we didn't think that it was plus natural fill the jews to lizzy house algae i was full stop sle assuming thus haas thumbs already full jewish people i try and find out considering that the first lord balfour wrote the famous letter to lord rothschild whether there is a genetic between the two titled families.

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"lord balfour" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"lord balfour" Discussed on Israel Story

"Harris had just been on a visit to the headquarters and then there was this mysterious russian woman at the table got up and saying happy birthday mr president even though it wasn't actually in an unscripted so that took a lot of attention i didn't really put my homework ticket in one reading off me that much about declaration and then one of his aides kind of got up and said mr prestige to guy now in that kind of the end and it was just say running nor belfer explains that it's important to consider his ancestors declamation in its historical context this is especially the case when it comes to responding to the calls for an apology from the british government that are being made by certain palestinian groups funded social i find it very old he gives me a short history lesson about those historical circumstances you know one of our main concerns walls churches suicde now he mentions khalil priorities that was the wall priority the caveat that oil have featured quinson legitimately slither stage and of course the fact that so many of britain's leaders at the time where religious millennarians who believe that restoring the juice to the holy land would hasten the second coming of christ hospital that lloyd george i'll full generation they went to church on sundays twice often i went to church twice every sunday while i was a scoop i went chapel every day of school so what did we here we heard yields us coupled of abraham we we heard about loses we rich juju only exodus in sign the souls of dave the idea that somehow we didn't think that it was plus natural fill the jews to lizzy house algae i was full stop sle assuming thus haas thumbs already full jewish people i try and find out considering that the first lord balfour wrote the famous letter to lord rothschild whether there is a genetic between the two titled families.

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