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"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Jewish Story

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"Mckay was of course the beginning of the war not thin but the fact that egypt's air force was eliminated in the first few hours to be followed quickly by the crippling of both syria and jordan. Spiders certainly set the mold for what was the come and our question is. What exactly was that. If you've been listening to the jewish story for a while you've heard me say any number of times that i am not a military historian so if you want the details of the battles in the sinai or how the golan plateau was taken. You're going to have to seek them elsewhere. I would highly encourage as i've said before michael orange excellent book six days of war. I'm trying to do is to understand. What do these events own mean. How are they a product of the momentum of the past. How did he channel forces in the present. And where are they taking us in the future not to mention my own personal desire to catch at least a glimpse of the higher will peeking through these moments in history so when we try and understand the coming days of the war as opposed to detail. Its events there two primary motivations that i want to keep squarely in the center of our focus. The first is survival. When defense minister moshe down her the reports of operation cates fantastic success. He declared a stone just one but of agonizing wait rolled off my heart now if the idea was on its way to smashing the egyptians in the sinai to an extent which the jews hadn't seen since the crossing of the red sea. What were the other stones weighing him. Down the answer's simple. Remember diane was born in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine kibbutz gone yet. He was its second born native son and since he could hold a gun he fought in every war battle and border skirmish from before during and after the establishment of the state so no one knew better than than another victory might by ten years of calm but by itself smashing the egyptian army would not bring peace or regional acceptance as he said in his famous nineteen sixty six eulogy for roy. Rothenberg a security guard murdered outside of the gaza strip. How did we shut our eyes and refuse to look squarely at our feet in sea. In all its brutality. The fate of our generation. Let us take stock today with ourselves. We are generation of settlement and without the steel helmet and guns muzzle. We will not be able to plant a tree or build a house. That is the fate of our generation. This is our choice to be ready and armed tough and hard or else the storage. I'll four from our hands in our lives will be cut short and the truth be told. The situation of the state of israel had not changed all that much in the ensuing ten years since he gave that speech. She was still surrounded by hostile neighbours. Far better armed in fact and they bid and fifty six due to the cold war inspired backing of the soviet union. As we've discussed she's still had no natural borders and no strategic depth. the bulk of our population was concentrated. Along the coastal plain that fertile stripped nine miles wide at its nearest point dominated by the hills of the show at this point just to drive it home. Israel was the only non island nation in the world whose sole means of access was air or sea. That's what it means to be surrounded today on the other pragmatists on the cabinet survival in the region meant more than beating the egyptians unless they wanted to do it every few years now. The war had begun with highly limited objectives but once the shots began to fly. Who knew where it would end. Ideally the golan heights from which the series launch frequent attacks must be secured the hills of the to the east of the coastal plain. Which practically invited in armored thrust cut the country in two should also really change hands and clearly only possession of the gaza strip and sign peninsula would provide the much-needed buffer between egypt and israel. Now such a selective expansion as we call it could provide the security which they sought either as an immediate tactical benefit or in strategic terms as a political bargaining chip. It could be the price which israel would pay for peace and finally regional acceptance. So you might say but what about the arab governments. In question i mean. Aren't we talking about just taking territory. Well first of all egypt could fairly be said have gambled and lost when it came to gaza and the site. The syrians decades of shelling and cross border raids left no sympathy amongst these early government for their territorial integrity. Now as of yet just to let you know. The syrians had stopped just short of joining into the conflict. Sufficing themselves with massing their troops near the border and making bloodthirsty declarations about destroying tel-aviv. This combination of militant pronouncements and practical inaction had quickly given rise to the joke that the syrians are willing to fight to the last egyptian. And it's true that with the outbreak of war in the sinai the shelling of the golan will start once again. The desperate pleas the residents of those northern settlements who were the country's largest lobbying group are not gonna fall on deaf ears in the critical days to come prime minister. Esko himself was a former farmer from up there in the galilee and his lifelong devotion to national award carrier gave him a particular longing for the headwaters of the jordan which right now lie in syrian territory labor minister you've got alone. Head of the attitude of oda faction within the governing alignment in an old time. Secular advocate of the vision of a greater israel had sworn to the resins the north that the war would not end with serious guns still trained on them but for now defense minister moshe dayan held them in check he sought to keep the army focused on the limited objectives which had set from the beginning and to minimize the cross currents of international politics which might cause them to be frozen by a ceasefire before they could actually chief those objectives remember. The series are a true soviet client state at this point but he knew their time would come. The other government that needs to be considered is of course jordan. I'm not right now. I'm going to go deep. On the fact that jordan only became jordan when it sees the hills of you don shomron as well as the old city of jerusalem through outright conquest when it expanded across the river in the year of one thousand nine hundred forty eight. If we're going to say that all fair in love and war then that's gotta be true of both sides. Practically speaking though prime minister and his cabinet wanted jordan to state out of the war so much so that the actually sent a personal appeal to king hussein to that effect through multiple pass by the way the appeal was sent over the protests of defense minister. Down who asked quite pointedly in the meeting doesn't hussein no he's not supposed to attack us one. Such message actually delivered representative general odd ball. Just love saying his name by foreign. Ministry rep arthur louis. Only a few hours after operation mccabe was launched and it read at eight. Ten egyptian planes were spotted. Crossing into our airspace in our planes armor have commenced action against them. The foreign minister asked that oddball urgently day to king hussein. The israel will not repeat will not attack jordan jordan maintains the.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story

02:07 min | Last month

"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"In the six day war begs the question of what happened on the seven day. And if you're a jew like me. Relationship between six and seven is far from neutral. It of course brings to mind this notion of chabad the seventh day that brings sanctity meaning brings rest into the activity of creation. That relationship between six and seven isn't just between sort of doing and being the six days of work in the seventh day of rest. Although we shouldn't miss that it is also an opportunity to understand nature. What's called an emergent property. There's something which you can only know. Once the structure is in place. There's some aspect of an event which you can only understand once it's over and we can truly begin to consider the meaning which emerges now that we have. It's homeless in place now at meeting of course is always going to be defined in derived in the present and in the present. We're going to look back on an event like the six day war and we're going to understand it an in turn how we understand it. Now cause us to interpret the events of the past and since all meaning is future-driven we all have a vision of where we're trying to get to that deeply colors who we are right now. Which in turn is the lens through which we see what's come before. Well then that means in our case the best place to start with the framing of the massive victory in the two thousand six at yar to the set of sieben or as we say in the non jewish calendar june fifth to tenth ease with its name. Now good tradition. Has it that defense minister. Moshe dayan was the first to actually label. Israel's victory as the six day war and it's no secret that the name was deliberate effort of the six days of creation. Like i said his hope and the hope of so many of his peers with indeed. Everything was now different that the war created a whole new world. And of course what one believed that that new world looks like or at least to look like is going to depend much and how the understood the old one.

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The Six Day War: On the Seventh Day

The Jewish Story

02:07 min | Last month

The Six Day War: On the Seventh Day

"In the six day war begs the question of what happened on the seven day. And if you're a jew like me. Relationship between six and seven is far from neutral. It of course brings to mind this notion of chabad the seventh day that brings sanctity meaning brings rest into the activity of creation. That relationship between six and seven isn't just between sort of doing and being the six days of work in the seventh day of rest. Although we shouldn't miss that it is also an opportunity to understand nature. What's called an emergent property. There's something which you can only know. Once the structure is in place. There's some aspect of an event which you can only understand once it's over and we can truly begin to consider the meaning which emerges now that we have. It's homeless in place now at meeting of course is always going to be defined in derived in the present and in the present. We're going to look back on an event like the six day war and we're going to understand it an in turn how we understand it. Now cause us to interpret the events of the past and since all meaning is future-driven we all have a vision of where we're trying to get to that deeply colors who we are right now. Which in turn is the lens through which we see what's come before. Well then that means in our case the best place to start with the framing of the massive victory in the two thousand six at yar to the set of sieben or as we say in the non jewish calendar june fifth to tenth ease with its name. Now good tradition. Has it that defense minister. Moshe dayan was the first to actually label. Israel's victory as the six day war and it's no secret that the name was deliberate effort of the six days of creation. Like i said his hope and the hope of so many of his peers with indeed. Everything was now different that the war created a whole new world. And of course what one believed that that new world looks like or at least to look like is going to depend much and how the understood the old one.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:28 min | 10 months ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A truly historic flight. The first ever commercial flight from Israel to Arab Gulf country. Hopefully, the first of many he said. Kushner thanked crown. Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of the UAE for his leadership and for having the courage to invite the Israeli delegation. There's really team is led by Israel's national security adviser May Have Been Chabad who began his speech Arabic. Would allow battle. On a whole over don noticeable for their absence from the ceremony at the airport today were the Iraqis officials were unhinged to greet the passengers of this historic trip, but they did not speak publicly. One possible reason for that. It's simply not easy for them to portray this as a political win internally, the domestic gain for from the Israeli and the American perspectives quite clear I. Don't think there's a commensurate domestic reward for the Emirati. In fact, there's more of a liability Brandon Friedman is director of research at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African studies at Tel Aviv University. Friedman says the UA. Gets. Economic and security benefits out of this deal with Israel. But the main thing the Moretti's want is to please the Americans. They see the question of Israel as maintaining their relationship the United States, which they view is important particularly as they try to balance their relationship between the United States and China which has become increasingly important to amherst Israel has official diplomatic relations with just two of its Arab neighbors that Egypt in Jordan. Friedman says a breakthrough with the UAE would be important, but he's less share whether it would represent the kind of broad recognition from the Arab world that many Israelis have long dreamed of I. Still think that there's certainly a long way to go before the kind of sea change that oftentimes politicians talk about is realized you within Israeli leaders have talked about all this as a peace deal, but it really isn't one. Israel we have never been at war and despite a long-standing economic boycott of Israel which the you a canceled on Saturday the two countries have maintained unofficial relations going back to the nineteen nineties. One group that's not happy with this deal is the Palestinians they see the moved to improve ties with Israel as a trail. That's because the deal gives Israel a diplomatic victory without helping the Palestinians make progress on getting a state of their own. For. The World Arial. Saran Until Aviv. Lebanon has a new prime minister today weeks after the country's previous government resigned following a massive explosion at Beirut's port the country's ambassador to Germany Mustafa a deep has been named to the Post Mr deep takes over the country's leadership as it faces an economic crisis widespread distrust of the government and the aftermath of that devastating port explosion. slummy Atalla is the director of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, he joins us from Beirut. What do we know about most of a deep? We know very little actually about him. He was our ambassador in Germany as you mentioned and his Ryan Much. To one of the political parties headed by the former Prime Minister Najib Mikati. Can you explain a little bit about the process that has put him into power and how he was chosen and by whom constitutionally he supposed to be nominated by the parliament? After a consolidation with the president. However, at this time, in fact, what we witness is actually a new gimmick in our political process where we have the former prime minister of Lebanon of actually met and actually nominated him and the parliament rubber-stamped his nomination and effectively became the our next prime minister is that a normal process let at all and five this is how unfortunately, the political elite in Lebanon have actually hijacked an undermined our constitution and the rule of law this unfortunate. because. In fact, the country needs a strong leadership and what we see now. Mr Deep Who's now actually the product of a very fund rotten political system and I doubt he'd be able to do much because he's very much under the control of the same political parties that got us into the mess we're and what is Mr Deep said so far if anything about why his priorities are or is next moves, very, very general things in terms of how bad situation. In Lebanon is and in fact, Lebanon has stocked a series of major problems in addition to the port explosion that you've mentioned Lebanon is facing an unprecedented financial implosion and I think that's going to be a huge task for any government to needless in addition to the implication of covid nineteen, as well as a major political crisis So Mr deep needs to be very swift and very fair. Dealing with a financial implosion because as you may know. This is actually undermine the political system and the banking sector as well where people are unable to access their money and so far. The political elite have actually pushed the cost of this financial disclosure on average citizens. What is the reaction to Mister? DEB's Pick Ben. Actually very feeling that he actually went down to where the site of destruction was and I think he wanted to project this image that actually with the people for the people by just walking around and basically people did not like that at all people who actually screaming at him because they that he was not a technocrat was not independent that you very much represents the politically, and in fact, they're very right. What Mr Deep represent is a new face for a very corrupt political establishment and I don't see. That the people on the streets will actually accept them. What are you expecting of his leadership very little indeed just because he's actually the product of a very different political system, I would give them the benefit of the dot but I expect little from him to actually rise up to lead us out of the mess for a better and more equitable. Atalla is the director of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies in Beirut. Thanks a lot for speaking with us. A few months into the pandemic, a meam started to make the rounds online. It showed the pictures of seven female world leaders and question what do countries with the best coronavirus responses have in common the answer the me made obvious with the each of those nations are led by women but how much truth is there to that idea researchers dug into the data to find out from London, the world's ORLA Barry reports. In the early months of the coronavirus lockdown good news was hard to find. But to contrast on both sides of the globe were bright spots the New Zealanders did something remarkable and our fight to be covid nineteen. That's the prime minister just into our dern we united in unprecedented ways to crush the virus today there are active cases in new. Zealand. And then there's Germany. Don does with these are all covered in straight Chancellor Angela Merkel told the chairman public rise away we will succeed but this situation is serious with..

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"It doesn't matter what the world says about Israel, the only thing that matters is that we can exist here on the land of our forefathers, while I'm pretty into existence and I had the great privilege of being in that Holy Land because. I'm Rob Mike, feuer and this is the Jewish story. Episode fifteen is among nations part three Operation Kaddish. So I know we're in the middle of a story and I'M NOT GONNA. Keep you in suspense too long with an introduction and I do WanNa plant a question here. The getting episode one that might be more pressing. Today's even than it was in hundred eighties in in the question is are the structure of international law, a help or a hindrance to justice and more specifically by creating a form of nations in empowering. Empowering it to the gym is an judge, the actions of its members does the United Nations further. The words of Isaiah inscribed. It's an entrance. Nation shall not lift up sword against nation now that the shelly will learn war anymore or by serving as a cover for the politics of might makes right and reducing international law to a stick with which the strong can beat the week. Does it push those ideals further away? And a perhaps more pointed question that flows from that one, which is specifically relevant to the Jewish story is. Does Israel really belong in such a body I mean after all we are the nation which dwells alone not amongst the nations, as it says over there in bar twenty, three nine, and the distinction between Israel and the nations is a principle of Biblical thought. But so is there ultimate reunion in the time of redemption that it'd be soon? Let it be now and as we're going to see today. The question of where exactly Israel sits amongst the nations, the United Nations in particular was a crux issue in the war of Nineteen fifty-six. Ca Daesh, as it was known in Israel, so like I said we're in the middle of the story, and it's about to get pretty exciting at the end of last episode. I hope he recurred that all the pieces were in place Israel had at long last secured its arms channel from France, and we left Shimon Peres working furiously to get as many weapons as possible into the country. Before the storm, he saw coming broke. Ben. Green is back and charges prime minister, giving free rein to his protege chief of staff Moshe Dayan to pursue the retaliation policy for all cross-border raids and don't forget as the casualty count rose, so did the Egyptian military's humiliation. In general Israel felt war in the air, the constant in cross-border rates, the blockades of the streets of Tehran Nassar's genocidal rhetoric in paper in on the radio waves, now Bagri may return his prime minister in one, thousand, nine, hundred five, but should know that his arch-rival Menachem Begin had also nearly doubled the seats of his more militant a route party. Begin was finally the leader of the opposition, not just morally, but politically, and his voice thundered from the podium, pressing angry, and for action before the Hitler on the Nile could finish the job. The Germans had begun. Meanwhile, the former colonial powers the Middle East Britain and France were struggling to adjust to that new world order. The French would deepen the bloody Algerian war fast approaching not only the end of their rule there, but ultimately they're retreating to near international insignificance. Sorry, if you're listening to this in Paris and actually call the failure of the Algerian war, the death knell of colonialism altogether. Now the British had already seen the sunset on their empire back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, really with Indian independence. Now I know somebody out. There is GonNa Argue with me that the British had holdings all around the world still, but practically they were struggling to keep their dignity on the international stage as well as toehold of power in the middle, East. and. They should have heard the end of that era when Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd tried to threaten Nassir in February of Nineteen fifty six. The secretary was in Cairo to insist that Nassir negotiating what was rapidly becoming the Suez crisis when the Egyptian dictator stonewalled, Lloyd reminded him that we still have globe and the legion. Now he was referring to General John Bag Glove. You may remember from the war of independence British, subject commander and really architect of the British, trained and equipped Jordanian Legion. But Lloyd's attempt at colonial power play became a moment of the emperor has no clothes Nassar laughed in his face, and inform the secretary that King Hussein of Jordan had just now exile glove from his country, that news only reached the foreign secretary on his return to England. So at the beginning of Nineteen, fifty-six Nassir to be on top of the world, he was unquestionably the regional military power, because the Soviets had supplied them with enough check arms to give Egypt qualitative quantitative edge over Israel, the Arab world increasingly saw him as a hero of anti imperialism and a rising leader of Pan Arab nationalism, and if his rhetoric was to be believed, he was prepared to crown his rise by racing the so-called humiliation of nineteen, forty eight. Israel would soon be removed from the map of the Middle East. Meanwhile on the other side of the Atlantic United States was sitting on the edge of all this action, attempting to keep the peace without being the world's policeman, and that's of course, not an easy posture to take because remember the US is treaty bound to both Britain and France through NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and thus potentially partner willing or not in any military adventures which lie ahead in our story there are. are also pursuing an increasingly hard line approach to Soviet expansionism. We're only months away at this point from the so-called Eisenhower Doctrine, the president's declaration, authorizing the of US forces to secure and protect the territorial integrity and political independence of such nations, requesting aid against overt armed aggression from any nation controlled by international communism, and if you listen closely, that might include Nassir. He is after all at this point a Soviet client. So, we add to this mess. In the American political scene, a historic commitment to Israel's security bolstered by increasingly effective, domestic pro Israel lobby, but one that exists intention with Secretary of State John. Foster Dulles new policy of even-handedness in the Middle East and just when you thought it couldn't get Messier nineteen, fifty six is an election year one in which the Democrats heavily backed by the Jews are breathing down is Howard's neck. Not Having, led the free world against the Nazis Eisenhower believed that there was no chance and a meaningful and lasting peace. Of International Diplomacy, the United Nations was the crown jewel of everything he fought for in his is nevertheless he recognized the student was still too young to two-wheeled real authority, and frankly too weak to assert power so at this point US preferred to pursue diplomacy on its own and to apply economic rather than military pressure. And we saw at the end of last episode that practically speaking this meant they tried to draw Egypt back into the western sphere with money, specifically seventy million dollars in direct funding of the Aswan Dam Irrigation Project and backing for an even larger woulld bank loan. But Nassir really wasn't interested in playing ball with the West anymore. Maybe it was the power. The Czech arms deal the gone to his head, or maybe he believed the voices around the world hailing him. Almost messianic terms is the champion of anti imperialism..

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That song is by Costa Kaplan and now it's time for third discussion which we are calling. Gold is Israel and our own here is why on March nineteenth nineteen sixty nine. Golden Year came out of semi retirement to become. Israel's fourth prime minister replacing Levy Escola who died of a heart attack three weeks earlier. She served for five years. During which time. She presided as hundreds of young. Israeli soldiers were killed and Horrid Bruising War of Attrition in Sinai. She won two elections tallying in the first of them in nineteen sixty nine the biggest victory the Labor party ever one before or since. She ignored back channel. Efforts by Anwar Sadat to negotiate peace in the early nineteen seventies in exchange for returning Sinai. She helplessly witnessed the murder of most of Israel's delegation to the nineteen seventy two Munich Olympics by Palestinian terrorists see authorized the hunting down vacination across Europe of dozens of Palestinians suspected of playing a part in the Olympic murders. She stonewalled Mizraki activists in the Black Panther demonstrations of nineteen seventy two and nineteen seventy-three. Saying of them famously. After meeting that they are not nice boys. She listened to Moshe Dayan and other army sorts. Who counseled her to ignore reports that Egypt was planning to attack Israel leaving. Is You're unprepared. When the country was attacked by Egypt and Syria on Yom Kippur in nineteen seventy-three she prosecuted that war with steely resolve despite the hundreds and hundreds of deaths in the first days and the bleak prognostications of advisors some of whom counseled using nuclear weapons. She secured arms from reticent. United States during the war. She resigned in shame after the war even though an investigatory commission largely exonerated her of responsibility for the tragedies of the war and she did all these things while secretly undergoing chemotherapy every so often for lymphoma which had recurred since its first diagnosis in nineteen sixty repeatedly on May thirty first nineteen seventy eight. Just a few months before she died. Golden Mayor appeared on the Popular Television News interview. Show where she tried to make sense of the country that changed so much in the four years that had passed since he resigned the premiership and she tried to make sense of her legacy and to defend it this interview and never before seen off the record footage from it is the frame for a new movie that was making the rounds of film festivals before Covid Nineteen stopped the film festivals and that this week has been streamed for ten shekels as part of the Corona version of the DOC Aviv documentary film festival in Tel. Aviv it is a joint Israeli German production and is directed by three filmmakers who were not alive when mayor was Soghi Bornstein Udi near and Sheni Rosa's the film is sketchy about details. It is impressionistic. It leans heavily on recent interviews with just a handful of political aides allies and opponents. All men still Iraq my world and I feel like maybe it holds a key to revising how I anyway understands. Rarely history with revision may affect how I understand Israeli society and Politics. But let me put it to you. What do we learn from this movie? Allison well I don't know about all men. There were a lot of Soundbites from Colette. Avi tolerate load former Former diplomat on I mean. Maybe I'm too familiar with Israeli modern history. But it didn't tell me a lot that I didn't know sort of about how the events You Know K. Rolled out. It did teach me a lot about the personality and inner workings of Golda. Meir which you know in her icon status that we're not We're not really privy to She tends to be you. Know sort of heroically in boldly admirably portrayed on the outside you know outside of Israel. The was a tova fell. Show play about her etc and then inside Israel like hypercritical and again you know sort of scarred with this experience of the Of the young Kapoor War I enjoyed the The film and You know a not for clearly feminist of view. But you know my my focus was just always how she How she maneuvered this outsider status as a woman in this all male Political Environment and where. She had to basically neutered herself in order to be In order to be taken seriously and You know I don't know if being female and not having a military service Behind her Was did play a role in the failure of the young poor war that she just you know trusted to blindly. When someone like Moshe? Diane would declare that That everything was cool. And you know we didn't have to stress and worry and you know how much it ate her up later that she had had relied on these on these guys but but overall I think the film left me with with more respect for her and it also Again put me in touch with kind of how keenly she felt the the loss of life and the disaster that befell the country under her watching the Kapoor. Or whether or not she She blamed herself and and said it was her fault on it. Did the war of attrition before that right well. She seemed to have experienced. But it didn't make me forgive her in. It confirmed my negative impressions about how she handled some of the Internal Societal People Aka the Black Panthers and the Ashkenazi Mizraki. Divide that she. You know really could have handled the way way way better than she did. What did you learn from this movie so like I grew up with the image of her as a most American Jews did as the heroic lions from Milwaukee and according to family legend Goldie mayor and visited my father's house? When was a kid to speak at a meeting of the for bond they were hosting the American branch of the Labor Zionist Alliance. And and it took me a while to understand how negatively she was seen here and how much she was blamed for. Israel's unpreparedness for that war and the massive losses Especially at the beginning of the war. you know so. I would say I mean. The film tried to have some kind of balance. But I think what really struck me which I I didn't quite know before was an this. I think the film goes out of its way to lamb bashur shortsightedness on several crucial issues. Which I probably exacerbated these problems And we're still dealing with them today. So you mentioned the first one the Black Panthers Man. She was completely completely unsympathetic to the The suffering to the To the To the discrimination against museum in this country to the they're poverty And their feelings of second class status. Here you know. I mean they were protesting that new Russian immigrants arriving in the early seventies getting much better conditions than they were enter. Answer was well either. You Want Ali Ali. So she's completely completely unable to empathize with these people. She also did not act to stop the settlement movement to reverse the occupation. She was against the occupation but she allowed all these things to start happening. That would make it much harder to end the occupation So she chose not to act and the other things. He's lambasted for your. You know here. We have Neri was a leading peace activists. is in the film For ignoring several opportunities to try to promote peace. I mean her line was we have to have direct talks with Egypt and nothing else you know and she may have missed a few boats And and she. Can't you just refuse to acknowledge that the Palestinians were a people's you just rejected that and was couldn't adapt to the changing political reality that I think is the the most outstanding thing about this movie is that it invites us to see the degree to which she to the three biggest moments of her career identically? Basically and those were the the Black Panthers where she was unable to summon any empathy at all for Zionist and she viewed as resigns. Reasons these people are you know. They don't work as hard and they don't appreciate what we've done and they're not part of building in this country and the pal voice and not nice boys and the Palestinians She was completely unable to see them as people or to see I mean Chey was unable to see that they that they could have a link to this country and that they could feel themselves to be a nation and she was ultimately believe to see that Egyptians Oh and the and Anwar Sadat the either of Egypt could possibly really want peace. So that you'll see Belan who is one of the people who's who's interviewed repeatedly he. He like spits out the fact that when he was sitting next to her after Sadat came to the day that Sadat came Jerusalem and spoke to the Knesset or and when there was talk about them winning the Nobel Prize when she learned that they were that they were candidates for the Nobel Prize. She said.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

The Wolf's Den

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on The Wolf's Den

"Whenever you're in a negative state all you need to do is train it. When most of us started training just like walking out you start working out and after a week or two weeks romance you stop it a. j. d. here. The wolf is in the house for another episode of the wolves. Dan got awesome young guy here today straight from israel nice being here for a little while now but he's originally from israel lido diane like moshe dayan right imagine all right how you doing buddy great through and listen. I think the great thing about this podcast and some of the comments have been getting each week. Are that some of the people that really aren't. I have a brand thankfully for the movie right. Some people try to always bring famous celebrities on. I don't think that's really the most interesting thing to do and yet. I have famous people on the podcasts do but sometimes when that's really not famous yet on the way up that has a lot to offer and you can kind of see see people that are just really way working hard doing the right thing building their own brand. Give them a shot through a really interesting and especially with someone like chris got a great story so let's just dive right in right festival. Thank you so much for the paternity to be here and it's really a pleasure and i think it's awesome what you were doing that through. Give this a shot to to people like me so i will do the best to give the as much value as i can good. Well listen so number one. You're from israel right yes so i've been to israel right. It's an amazing place. I'm you know think about israel right y- you land there. It's a fucking oasis like it's unbelievable. Take carve out this green ace. You look to the down that way to syria. It's like back and you look the other way to jordan jordan nice to but you look at this one spot in israel. I was actually a friend of mine james packer. We have military helicopters and we we actually flew there. Eh the bazaars tracking us the hallway right and we landed in one spot and we could look and see a one way. I think egypt was another direction right. We're covered with middle eastern here and integrate area and a lot of people go there all the time because you know there is the beach there and like to tender but you what i noticed though is that like is they made this incredible. Watch away says when this around the area topography isn't isn't really like that right. I mean it's crazy. I was impressed by that. It is and so for sure. <hes> israel is a great country and from my experience. I think thank <hes> after coming here to america and everything. I truly believe that it's not where you at that defines your success right. It's it's about developing and <hes> character like being better becoming better and <hes> i. I truly believe that once. You put yourself in uncertainty situation it. Let's get you to follow through. I i truly believe that in the code that says if you wanna take the island you gotta burned the boats right so when you put yourself in those kind of situation then you you will see how creative you you start to become so i how old are you. I'm almost twenty eighth. I'm actually turning twenty eight to this july young young. I've pants older than twenty. The show is fucking rates and fifty six. Oh i would never say looks pretty good considering your consumer. We can go out to a party together and keep rolling stones so i see what is your have. You grow up. Where'd you grow up. In israel. I grew up in netanya so in tanya is in the middle kind of very very close to where talia tel aviv arts lease nice beach areas right. Yeah tanya was like ten minutes from the beach walk up and did you grow up in a well-to-do well to do family or middle class or lower middle. I mean i would say low to middle class so you have food. You didn't struggle like affluence around you and i we never like okay. <hes> went to vacation too.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on Israel Story

"He got to work composed it insensitive to Lakatani nocco the band of the knuckle brigade which was the hottest of all military bands the Beatles of the IDF. If you want media loney the band's lead singer then remembers hearing it for the first time we fell in love Rodway right away with a song the band members loved it's Edgy vibe and removed by the hopeful words penned by a man who had just lost a leg in the war. They began rehearsing in in slated cheerless Shalom. That's what the song is called to become the centerpiece of their next big roadshow the days were the days of the ongoing war of attrition and while the army was bolstering its fortifications along the Suez Canal mealy and her bandmates traveled up and down the new Egyptian border in armored vehicles attacked with musical instruments through the days. We were performing like three or four times in the outpost and mm above us were shooting and bombing and everything and we we will there between the the beds of the soldiers under the ground don't and we singing with with unplugged two guitars. The whole night was a lot of fun. It was a lot of farm surely Shalom a song for peace. It was an immediate favourite among the troops. The soldiers loved it so much but not everyone was as enthusiastic. One of the main naysayers news was the legendary idea of general recommends evie ironically nicknamed Gandhi Gandhi was a hawk a fearless fighter who during that very same period was busy leading daring your feet chases after Jordanian and Palestinian terrorists here's Avon harbor who was then up and coming journalist journalists and a good friend of the generals native U. Dub the Millo Deem Hubbub Xavi. I was very close to Gandhi the head of the Central Command and he didn't like this song. He thought it was defeatist. Goo Shalom Colorado lines like lift up your eyes with hope nope rather than through the rifle's sights troubling to army higher ups who naturally thought that soldiers should keep their eyes on the target and even worse was singing. Outta be easy to allow for a knee hula-hoop theme. Don't look back. Leave the fallen behind for an army that had just buried hundreds of its boys. It seemed demoralizing leising and just plain insensitive. There were those who wanted to ban the tune altogether. It quickly became a matter of public debate. The younger generation by enlarge liked the song a ne- a Mafia Gundy dot theory sheet. I told Gandhi what I thought that the song was outstanding seven doc incredible and that it captured what many Israelis were thinking at the Time Warner shareholders but the old guard wasn't convinced Sherlock Shalom was even discussed disgust by Knesset subcommittee no less that ultimately decided to let the band play yet. Not everyone in the military fell in line on one on evening in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine knock. Benz van pulled up for a big performance at the Central Command. Everyone showed up including and this was somewhat nerve wracking for from Marion her friends one of the most vociferous objectors to the Song Yep. You guessed it the revered General Gandhi the NOCCO band get a good show that night but they left out their biggest hit. We finish the program and then the soldiers of course they say she loves along. Sheila's alone sunk two piece to B.'s with Gandhi in the house. The band simply couldn't play it. You see he had personally issued an order stating that the song was not to be Sung on any base ace under his command and if there was one thing you didn't want to do it was to get on Gandhi's bad side so we sled to them similarly when the colony will go oh we'll sing to you. The crowd hundreds of soldiers and officers wouldn't budge. Nobody left the place but Gandhi was no idiot idiot. He realized what is going on and he stayed there the weighted and he waited for half an hour. You're and then they started to to go and we didn't sing the song at that night there was no talking. Gandhi out of it necessary decision or not the song he thought had no place in the IDF to the the note defeatist wrong. That's the word that's exactly what he thought as you might imagine the controversy just spurred greater popularity happy. Larry and the song became the talk of the nation op-eds were in four and against it as Shula Shalom climbed to the top of the charts surprisingly pressingly perhaps defense minister Moshe Dayan and chief-of-staff Heim Bar Lev. We're actually big fans of the song and before for too long. Gandhi was put in place he was after all part of a hierarchical system and Berlin rebuked him for overreaching his authority.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now back to the john batchelor show wabc i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show simon halls very careful explication and now assists and lincoln together of the revolts of nineteen fiftysix make me as the reader recognize that this is all happening simultaneously and that leaders who we sixty years later can see as on different sides of the cold war are in fact reacting to challenges to their imperial order in the same way with institutional violence either diplomatic at first and then economic and finally the troops we see that in algiers sending in three hundred and fifty thousand in algiers we see it in texas and tennessee sending in the national guard to impose the imperial order we certainly see it and cairo where there is a diplomatic dance and there's about to be a military tap dance we go now to a secret meeting selwyn lloyd is the foreign minister foreign secretary of great britain anthony eden as foreign secretary the french defense minister is in attendance along with ben gurion and moshe dayan and shimon peres from israel they meet in a suburb of paris this is twenty second october it's a secret meeting for operation musketeer what is that simon so oppression musketeer is the british drawn up battleplan full invading egypt's and seizing control of the of the of the sewage canal and they basically cook up in this suburb of of of of parents is is a secret plan rising which israel will invade egypt justification for that will be that nasa has been responsible for encouraging fedayeen raids on on israel and it's so they'll be retaliating for those but that they will the british and the french will use this as their opportunity to to intervene and they'll they'll do is they'll say that some brennan i have to intervene in order to safeguard the suez canal at the time of this military uncertainty but l impose obligation on egypt which they know that that refused they basically say that egypt's will be requested withdrew its forces from a certain distance from the canal and they know that eighty points agree to that because it's their entire train it'll be seen as a technical infringement to and sovereignty use the israelis to create an incident that.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Is a diplomatic dance and there's about to be a military town dance we go now to a secret meeting selwyn lloyd the foreign minister foreign secretary of great britain anthony eden as foreign secretary the french defense minister is in attendance along with ben gurion and moshe dayan and shimon peres from israel they meet in a suburb of paris this is twenty second october it's a secret meeting for operation musketeer what is that simon the operation musketeer is the british drew up battle plan for invading egypt and seizing control of the of the of the sewage canal and they basically cook up in this suburb of of of of parents is is a secret plan writing which israel will invade egypt justification for that will be that's national has been responsible for encouraging fedayeen raids on on israel and at and so they'll be retaliating for those but they will and then the british and the french will use this has been opportunity to to intervene and they'll they'll do is they'll say that some brennan i have to intervene in order to safeguard the canal at the time of this military uncertainty but they'll impose an obligation on egypt which they know that that refused but they basically say that egypt's will be recorded withdrew its forces from a certain distance from the canal i know that egypt points agree to that because it's their entire train it'll be seen as a technical infringement of sovereignty so they basically use the israelis to create an incident that they can then respond to in order to seize back the canal there's an agreement and they signed the agreement at this meeting the israel's agreement with france and great britain and it is stunning to me to learn that the united states didn't know this that with its intelligence gathering signals intelligence it's agents the war cabinet in the united kingdom the comparable war cabinet in paris and the war cabinet in in tel aviv keep this a secret is that that.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All right area and then we got the nineteen forty eight because of the british mandate they can establish those they give and from there became the same thing nineteen sixty seven over adult parts now they're saying it was war with those wars were initiated by arab arabs correct which one was it i would like to know which one side nineteen seventythree sixty seven was initiated by israel for it was initiated by israel under allies okay i don't have i was there is a big propaganda people say things and to most people we do not know so when you know you believe what you hear right but if you go the say arabs initiated when did they initiate the war it's always a talk not in the the war that started the thing in first world war it was initiated by the allies and the joke and the second world war which ended by nineteen forty eight the arabs did not attack anybody it was actually the israelis moving oak nine hundred sixty seven they attacked and according to moshe dayan was the defense minister and the leader of the army he said we did it before because they feared that they were planning to attack some okay so we'll hear saying they were not planning to attend this is what he said i honestly don't know and we know at any rate goes just like when we had weapon of mass destruction in iraq time goes on gradually palestinians are pushed into camps and can can you all over the world and what's the situation there now for palestinians who live in the area.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on WTMA

"Of wounded at one point yosi i i got overwhelmed with how many people were out of the fifty fifth brigade i think there were there were several hundred killed and more than that wounded that night and they continued to they continue to conduct their affairs into the next day it's important to say because we have the the um kapoor wardha also mentioned in the fifty fifth brigade that at some point they climbed up onto temple mount and yosi's particular paratroopers were following were celebrate ori and more of more than a few of them got up on top of the dome the rock the church musk's it's on top of temple mount and raise the flag what was moshe diane's response to that was the defense minister at the time and really the symbol of the new fighting ju the famous five patchy it lost an eye and a commando in in nineteen forty one in lebanon and moshe dayan is standing on mount scopus which is overlooking the temple mount and he's he's looking with his one i through through oculus and he sees the israeli flag flying over the gold dome of the rock which is one of the sacred places of of islam and ions immediate response was to to get on the phone with the commander of the paratroopers martha gore and tell take the flag down this is an amazing moment honest concerned about not inflaming muslim passions against israel is concerned about about not provoking a holy war against israel but think john think about that moment israel was just one and astonishing victory of self defense against an attempted war of destruction and attempted genocide against the jewish state and the paratroopers rayvey paratroopers are the first jewish soldiers to reach the holiest place in judaism which is the temple to reach that sacred ground in two thousand years and they do what any army in their place gun which is they raise flack and.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Mount galilee and from the jordanian side east jerusalem we follow a specially the twenty eighth of italian because it's a focused on the rockefeller museum just outside of the old city and then eventually on lions gate the action is intense there are a lot of wounded at one point i i got overwhelmed with how many people were out of the fifty fifth brigade i think there were there were several hundred killed and more than that wounded that night and they continued to they continue to conduct their affairs into the next day it's important to say because we have the the um kapoor wardha also mentioned in the fifty fifth brigade that at some point they climbed up onto temple mount and yosi's particular paratroopers were following where celebratory and more of more than a few of them got up on top of the dome of the rock the church mosques it's on top of temple mount and raise the flag what was moshe dayan response to that emotional diane was the defense minister at the time and really the symbol of the new fighting ju the famous patchy it lost an eye and a commando raid in nineteen forty one in lebanon and moshe dayan is standing on mount scopus which is overlooking the temple mount and he's he's looking with his one eye through through binoculars and he sees the israeli flag flying over the gold dome of the rock which is one of the sacred places of of islam and ions immediate response was to to get on the phone with the commander of the paratroopers martha gore and tell him take the flag down this is an amazing moment i honest concerned about not inflaming muslim passions against israel is concerned about about not provoking a holy war against israel but think john think about that moment israel has just one and astonishing victory of self defense against an attempt to war of destruction and attempted genocide against the jewish state and the paratroopers rarely paratroopers are the first jewish soldiers to reach the holiest place in judaism which is the temple to reach that sacred ground in two thousand years and they do what any army in their place with a gun which is they raise flack and motion diane response is not.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on KOMO

"Highspeed velocity overstretch or something to cause what we would describe like a rotator cuff dare but just phone a pop in throwing is kind of over type activity in my in my opinion was likely it's a rotator cuff tendonitis pub related to the supercentenarians us muscle which is one of the rotator cuff muscles on the top of the old one of four one of four that's right you've been listening to the show how much top but yes it is one of four muscles it's it's on top and sometimes that can get year tainted enact she impinge with throwing and those symptoms are usually pain with throwing activity kennedy keenness just a soreness and that's why a lot of times you see these pictures to come out of the game they put a big bag eyes right on the the shoulder right away so i would recommend yes shut your son down a little bit let them rested early in the season it's cold outside too much activity to soon you'll want this thing get chronic right and so i would start ice in and inflammatory measures i a lot of good warm up procedures modified throwing when he does return to throwing the coaches should be able to help can a guide that and then really working on strength is really important particularly upper back strength we have an excise routine that we prescribed to lotta throwers called throwers 10 in it's a bunch of excise that really of geared towards strengthening up the shoulder muscles and more importantly what we call your paris gap in our muscles and don't forget the core and the lower trunk muscles so probably just that overuse tight injury rotator cuff tendonitis it should calm down but again this is one of those early season type things you want to take care of all right good stuff nancy and now this seems somewhat old school at i know you thought call of the throwers ted but you also talked about making sure that your strong around that area and the rotator cuff and i remember being told views surgical tubing my door and do at actor in re write good good good good man you you right there yet so like others four that we did we can account overthow it appears moshe dayan like opening the door cold in the door then and right lifting like a curl among that's exactly right and.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on This Week In Google

"So now you pronounce the gatt yelp thank you cobra stole is joke so goal is going to cells the gatt uh i don't know for how much i guarantee you it's not a 150 currently honor purdue one million dollars in was founded in 1979 bit timid nenas the gap wait so it are those the reviews as part of google over aren't they part of the injured aclu you'll get a place yeah but they didn't they didn't adopted auditor with the system they didn't so that you don't get the numbering system they didn't they did they've moshe dayan without in undifferentiated we people like hostile dogo on the content business and then they owned is content thing they didn't know what to do with the 'cause there were konta business royce frustrating i hate it when companies ruin something that's perfectly good and that's where our as credit laura brand isn't it you know what it's like an old girlfriend film thanks throw their accent will illegal igf ifor at holy land north i a new googlers change it how yulia why are we get whether we get nothing with the with the fists in your head what are what isn't helping other otherwise careone jeff likely she gets get hydro city this hasn't happened this is not a nun abdul punching thing the nokia punches from both sides you could give me a concussion although that would be pretty funny if you both at the same time it was an illegal votes.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Or doing anything meaningful they are entertaining us because they play football and you want a blast police officers by taking a need or in the star spangled banner well yard chacon the impreza here for the family of this fifty seven year old police officer who leaves behind a wife and four children who are stunned that their husband and their dad has been shot dead by some to generate piece of crap who decided he didn't want to warrant served and he decided to kill a cop yeah what are those same cops the colin kaepernick hates sorry i'm a little bit on our just a little moshe dayan are rant and on a care seventeen minutes past the hour got a lot to cover today lots of breaking news of course x huge news about the supreme court ruling in favor of president trump's travel ban once again you know hey sounds cliche more winning for the trump administration has the left goes crazy and the media howls like a bunch of howler monkeys oh no the supreme court winning again on behalf of president trump this is why the court is so important is whether the federal bench is so important president about to win a major major legislative battle over tax reform wow what a shocking most americans are gonna get to keep more of what they earn from their paycheck we don't want that no no no or millionaires getting any breaks because that's what we got to be worried about out it's insanity sometimes i come to work and i think the whole country's going nuts but at least i'm saying relatively speaking your saying.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on WTMA

"I do it he just a few sentences of modern history about the about this is cite the temple mount is what the jews quota aleksa mosque um is at order noble sanctuaries what the muslims cold it was originally the cia the temple it was conquered later by the romans obviously the temple was destroyed it was because you know conquered later by be a muslim army split sprung out of arabia anna in the seventh century and they built not coincidentally the walks a mosque on on this berry site there's a within this was common in antiquity for congress to do this the first arabisraeli war as you will snow was fourth nineteen 48 and when it ended in an armistice not a peace jordan occupied east jerusalem inclu in this area they expel jews from the jewish quarter they destroyed or desecrated a jewish holy sites synagogues cemeteries in the sixday war of mankeun sixty seven jordan against israeli air urgings attacked israel from east jerusalem the israelis counterattacked they forcibly jordanian through retreat but they hope to start a peace process moshe dayan himself said there'll be no food there was a flag put up on the temple mount peace with take it down immediately he said there will be full freedom of worship for everyone at this site from now on any actually place control of the area under the custodianship of what's called a walk a jordanian based islamic authority now here's the key point for those who are islamists by which i mean islamic supremacists that's not good enough you can share any religious sites to which muslims really claim must not have jews must not of christians that's why you and i cannot go to mecca and medina for example and what's important to realize here and i hope people needed in the current administration understand that these islamic supremicist who said we cannot share religious sites with infidels they also reject the very notion of a twostate solution look two states for two people there can be no sharing their all this is the basis on which diplomats for decades have tried to negotiate a peace process it is always failed and partly because they didn't understand this very fundamental concept so we come back to shocking business as usual right we forget we've forgiven we forget.

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"moshe dayan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"moshe dayan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It was the final battle of the sixday war on june 9th nineteen sixty seven with the sinai in gaza already seized from egypt in jerusalem and the west bank taken from jordan israeli forces moved on the golan heights a plateau in the southwest of syria from which syrian artillery had since israel's independence in nineteen 48 frequently shelled israeli farm surrounding the sea of galilee below the battle for the golan heights lasted barely 24 hours news reports of the time were impressed and bewildered by the swiftness and completeness of israel's victory jerusalem israeli prime minister levi eshkol must be the proudest man in the world especially when he entered into a jordanian sector of jerusalem and a stand before the wailing wall to world yury deeply emotional occasional great his tonic important hitter today of the jewish people general moshe dayan event minister and architect of the swiftest moute overwhelming victory of all time fifty years later the israelsyria border on the golden remains contentious even by the standards of the middle east after the ceasefire and 19 sixty seven the line that divides syria and israel across the golan became known as the purple line delineated and patrolled by the united nations israel signalled quickly that they did not see the requisition all of the golan heights as a temporary arrangement work began on the first golan kubota's weeks after the israeli occupation today some twenty thousand israelis live in thirty settlements on the heights along with roughly twenty thousand syrian druze.

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