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Fresh update on "netanyahu" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "netanyahu" discussed on Mark Levin

"In other words, will you meet with president Putin at the G 20 summit, sir? Go ahead. No. The trip was not essentially for oil. The ship was about the Middle East and about Israel and rationalization position. But it is a disappointment and it says that there are problems. Yes, so when we met with a number of these Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, it was about Israel, don't you know? Such a liar. And poor Israel, they have a pathetic phony prime minister. They had an earlier phony prime minister by the name of Bennett, now they have a phony prime minister by the name of lapid. Because he's a lap dog for Biden. And so they have this area off of Lebanon, where there's a lot of gas and oil. And so the Biden administration, this meathead is pressing these rallies to surrender that to Hezbollah. Hezbollah, which is a militia arm of the islamo Nazi regime in Tehran. And has up to 40,000 rockets aimed at the cities in Israel. Specially Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. And so this would obviously provide them with money and this lapdog lapid was all for it, but then Hezbollah through a few other conditions in there as did Biden. And Netanyahu, they're going to have an election there soon is back. The equivalent of the modern day Churchill, and we have a few of those right now. But Netanyahu is a world leader. And he's going to run against this clown. He's really the rightful prime minister of that country, and they've tried to take him down just like our FBI and Justice Department. They have the same damn thing over in Israel. Hey, he got cigars. Let's take it out. And of course their case is all fallen apart. And

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Even the Greats Were Once Despised, Considered 'Controversial'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | Last month

Even the Greats Were Once Despised, Considered 'Controversial'

"Who are the great people But they just embraced and accepted Churchill Churchill was despised He was considered extremely controversial Now we all know what a tremendous leader Churchill was George S. Patton He didn't conduct himself like other general He wasn't a Millie A Mattis a Kelly one of our greatest generals ever More recently England England was dying in the 1970s The government owned almost all the industries the labor movement had been taken over by the marxists It looked like there was no end That what was going to take place They elected the iron lady Margaret Thatcher A few years later in our own country after Jimmy Carter and the Democrats the country was sinking We elected Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan was not supported by his party the Republican establishment In Israel Benjamin Netanyahu is considered controversial He's not controversial Again one of the great leaders of all times And if the Israelis are smart they'll bring them back especially now since they're on the brink Many of you may not know this but Abraham Lincoln was considered very controversial

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Benjamin Netanyahu: Biden's Iran Nuclear Deal Is Much Worse

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

Benjamin Netanyahu: Biden's Iran Nuclear Deal Is Much Worse

"Former prime minister Netanyahu on Fox and Friends said the following Cut 15 go I think this is a horrible deal a dangerous deal that will pave Iran's path with gold a golden paved highway to a nuclear arsenal If Iran has nuclear weapons they don't merely threaten my country as well or the entire Middle East and America's allies They threaten you directly because simultaneously with developing nuclear weapons they're developing the means to deliver them across continents So you could have an Iran governed by these fanatic ayatollahs who will hold every American city hostage to nuclear weapons I think this is a threat to the peace of the world and that's what this horrible deal facilitates It's even worse than the first one Why Why is it worse Well because president Obama in a moment of candor said in a PBS interview in 2015 that by 2027 that's 5 years from now Iran will have a breakout time to a bomb that is near zero That's his words not mine And he was right This deal is much closer to that time frame and it gives Iran right now within two years they can develop up to fort within four years starting two years from now They can develop added enrichment capacity of uranium 3500 3500 advanced centrifuges that each is ten to 20 times stronger and more effective than the centrifuges that they have They have about 5000 So you're adding an enormous capacity to enrich uranium That's the critical element of making nuclear bombs The deal gives it to them It gives them right now hundreds of billions of dollars And by the end of the agreement a $1 trillion to pursue their terror and aggression against everyone against you and against us

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Biden Calls for End of Filibuster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Calls for End of Filibuster

"Headlines first, year lapid is Israel's 14th prime ministry took over after the Knesset dissolved under a previous agreement with Natalie Bennett who announces retirement. They're going to elections on November 1st in Israel. I expect Netanyahu to be the next prime minister,

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Israel’s Parliament Dissolves, Paving Way for Election in November

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Israel’s Parliament Dissolves, Paving Way for Election in November

"Israel's parliament dissolves itself to set up another election Has voted to dissolve itself marking the end of a year old experimental coalition government and sending the country to the poles on November 1 for the 5th time in less than four years following the vote Israel's foreign minister and architect of the outgoing coalition government embraced Naftali Bennett Israel's shortest serving prime minister before they swapped chairs The government has collapsed just over a year after it was formed in a historic move to saw longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu ousted after 12 years in power by a coalition of ideologically diverse parties the

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 Israel's parliament dissolves, sets 5th election in 4 years

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Israel's parliament dissolves, sets 5th election in 4 years

"Israel's parliament dissolves itself to set up another election Has voted to dissolve itself marking the end of a year old experimental coalition government and sending the country to the poles on November 1 for the 5th time in less than four years following the vote Israel's foreign minister and architect of the outgoing coalition government embraced Naftali Bennett Israel's shortest serving prime minister before they swapped chairs The government has collapsed just over a year after it was formed in a historic move to saw longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu ousted after 12 years in power by a coalition of ideologically diverse parties the

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What Is Benjamin Netanyahu's Next Move?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

What Is Benjamin Netanyahu's Next Move?

Benjamin Netanyahu Will Be on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Benjamin Netanyahu Will Be on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'

"Forget to check out life liberty and live in this Sunday at 8 o'clock eastern daylight time On Fox and mister producer did you know that that's a thing Like if you're giving the time now of something now that we're in daylight savings time you're not supposed to say eastern standard time This is and don't do EST do EDT Did you know that I had a big debate with somebody That is a thing So if you see anything out there that says you know Mark Levin 6 to 9 eastern standard time It's a lie It's wrong We are not in standard time right now It's in eastern daylight did you see those I just saved you from being fired mister producer You gotta fix that immediately Mark's very exotic Exactly about these things Easter daylight time So let's see what this Sunday 8 p.m. eastern daylight time Fox News life liberty and event His guests former prime minister of the great State of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu and representative Michael waltz of Florida and I'm sure that they'll be focusing on the international issues there going on I

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Benjamin Netanyahu Calls Latest Iran Deal 'Absurd' & 'Dangerous'

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 7 months ago

Benjamin Netanyahu Calls Latest Iran Deal 'Absurd' & 'Dangerous'

"Benjamin Netanyahu on Biden's Iran deal Boy they could sure use him as the prime minister again They have this loser Bennett With his support from I think it was 5 members of the Knesset out of a 120 And you talk about a coup That was a coup But take a listen to this hat tip right scoop cut one go The desperate rush to sign this flawed nuclear agreement with Iran is not only absurd It's downright dangerous Yesterday Iran fired missiles in the vicinity of the American consulate in Iraq And the U.S. continues to charge ahead along with the other powers to sign a nuclear agreement that will give the ayatollahs a nuclear arsenal It would also relieve sanctions and give them hundreds of billions of dollars In order to continue the terror that they weighed yesterday and wage every day throughout the Middle East and the world This agreement is even worse than its predecessor Because in three years time under this agreement Iran will be a threshold nuclear state that will have enough in which uranium to create dozens and dozens of nuclear bombs and it will have the ICBMs to deliver them to any place in the United States That is unbelievable It's not merely unacceptable It endangers not only my country as old but your country the United States and the entire

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Will Zelenskyy Speak to the Israel Knesset Next?

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Will Zelenskyy Speak to the Israel Knesset Next?

"On Tuesday Ukrainian ambassador you have Jenny corn cook is expected to me with Knesset chairman Mickey levy The official said the corner truck continues to make clear to levy that the only option as far as zelensky is concerned is a video speech in the Knesset plenum and not a Zoom call which only include a few MKs If the Knesset does not happen zelensky is looking at other options I mean he spoken to the United States Senate He spoken to parliament Now let us hope he'll be able to speak to the Israeli Knesset And if not you folks in Israel your government The way it's set up as utterly corrupt You knock out a Netanyahu for a guy that doesn't have 5 members in the Knesset That's what's wrong with the parliamentary system by the way It's what's wrong with democracy little dean as opposed to republicanism little R And that's the truth

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Naftali Bennett Only Came to Power Through a Coup

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 7 months ago

Naftali Bennett Only Came to Power Through a Coup

"The prime minister of Israel is a pew salamis weakling Who came to power through a coup There are a 120 seats in the Israeli Knesset whoever gets 61 by hooker by crook Gets to a point the prime minister And so Bennett ran to the right of Netanyahu claimed to anyway And then he cut a deal with the liberal to left wing and even the Arab parties To have a temporary position as prime minister of Israel Which will eventually have to give up and give to a leftist And just like the United States Israel has exactly the wrong people in charge at this time in history They replace Netanyahu who got far more as party votes than Bennett In fact if the election were held today Netanyahu and his party would win in a relative landslide and Bennett he came to power with 5 seats out of the 120 5 seats As illegitimate of a prime minister as Israel's ever had

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Get to Know Carla Sands, Running for U.S. Senate in PA

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 8 months ago

Get to Know Carla Sands, Running for U.S. Senate in PA

"You couldn't have been nicer and kinder You weren't ambassador tell everybody Sure Well first Mark I'd like to share the thoughts with you and your listeners that I'm a pro life pro First Amendment pro Second Amendment America first constitutional conservative businesswoman and mom And I was it was the honor of my lifetime to serve as president Trump's ambassador to the kingdom of Denmark And as a matter of fact meeting you there in Jerusalem with our what president Trump did moving our embassy there to Jerusalem our great ambassador David Friedman who endorsed my campaign it was quite quite an event and to be there with prime minister Netanyahu But I was able to do great things while I was the ambassador in Denmark We were able to increase U.S. exports over 43% while I was there so we created thousands of jobs here at home We also were able to secure the high north from Russia and China And the Department of Defense gave me their highest civilian honor for that work to counter Russia and China

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American Marxism Is Here

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 8 months ago

American Marxism Is Here

"You see San Francisco you see what's happened in our country You see what's happening in Canada You even see what's happening in Israel how they spied on Netanyahu and the people around Netanyahu it's unbelievable What the left will do I'm not even talking about the communist Chinese or the fascistic Russians I'm talking about here the Democrat party in Canada the Liberal Party And in Israel the equivalent And I pointed out right from the get go The counter revolution to the American Revolution is in full force It can no longer be dismissed or ignored for it is devouring our society and culture Swirling around our everyday lives And ubiquitous in our politics schools media and entertainment Once a mostly unrelatable fringe and subterranean movement it is here It is everywhere You Your children and your grandchildren And now immersed in it And it threatens to destroy the greatest nation ever established Along with your freedom family and security Of course the primary difference between the counter revolution in the American Revolution Is that the former seeks to destroy American society and impose autocratic rule In the latter sought to protect American society and institute representative government The counter revolutionary movement of which I speak is Marxism

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Israel Court Case Against Former PM Benjamin Netanyahu Continues to Fall Apart

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 9 months ago

Israel Court Case Against Former PM Benjamin Netanyahu Continues to Fall Apart

"Over in Israel the case against Benjamin Netanyahu is falling completely apart They never really had a case But it's falling completely apart The top prosecution witnesses as it turns out had become the top witnesses for Benjamin Netanyahu It's an amazing thing An amazing thing In a wonderful thing in my view And so let me read this to you From the Jerusalem post which is not friendly to Netanyahu by the way used to be a very great newspaper Report prosecutors closed case 2000 Nixon Netanyahu bribery charge and plea deal So let's go through this State prosecutors are willing to massively reduce the charges against former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu as sides discuss a possible deal a plea deal Channel 12 in Israel reports According to the network the prosecution is willing to close one of the cases against Netanyahu case 2000 Which he was accused of attempting to reach a quid pro quo With a publisher of a website I guess for positive media coverage which was absurd to begin

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Mark Levin: The Judiciary in Israel Is Corrupt Against Netanyahu Like America Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 9 months ago

Mark Levin: The Judiciary in Israel Is Corrupt Against Netanyahu Like America Against Trump

"But the entire prosecution is falling apart It's falling apart And so rather than go through it further they might cut a deal Now this has been hanging Over Netanyahu's head for years This was used to try and destroy his government and his prime ministership For years this was used to try and influence the elections for years This was used to try and topple him from the head of the hoot For years And I look turns out to be a fraud and a joke So I say you have to keep your powder dry and watch these cases as they proceed whether you like the individuals involved with the groups involved or what have you And in Israel much like in the United States so much of the judiciary is corrupt Their ideological Their hard left They don't like Netanyahu like so much of our judiciary doesn't like Trump

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Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 10 months ago

Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

"So fantastic piece by Caroline like Caroline glick is a brilliant person born in America She's an Israeli Author senior columnist Israel hayom But she's writing here an opinion in the American newsweek website She says the corruption trial of former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Jerusalem district court has been ongoing for the past two months Things are not going well for the prosecutors Israel's state prosecution submitted a list of 333 witnesses It front loaded its best ones so far 8 have taken a stand and all of them have obliterated the prosecution's case Longtime Israeli juris and former prosecutors attest that this is the worst presentation of evidence they have ever seen They ought to see the car rittenhouse case But nonetheless For the past three years has really attorney general avatar manda built Mandelbrot Manda bullet And it sounds better in real German I don't you know And his colleagues built their case for indicting Netanyahu a long serving successful and popular prime minister By claiming their star witnesses had given them proof that Netanyahu's corrupt and dangerous Though a legal selective leaks from investigation rooms and prime time press conferences the state prosecution insisted that the witnesses had given them incontrovertible evidence that Netanyahu received a bribe in the form of positive coverage from a news website Manga belt claimed that in exchange for the bribe of positive coverage Netanyahu compelled regulators to provide the owner of the website with a sweetheart deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars Well well but over the past two months as one allegedly star witness after another took the stand each rejected manda belts

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Barak Ravid Responds to Mark Levin on Twitter

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 10 months ago

Barak Ravid Responds to Mark Levin on Twitter

"And so he writes me No I'm not on Twitter so a bunch of people send this to me Dear at Mark laveno Thanks for your warm words about my new book Trump's peace and your description of me as a modern day Bob Woodward Now first of all he's such a moron he actually believes that was A that was a positive thing I was saying about it Truly an honor By the way you're a liar I did tell president Trump Netanyahu wasn't first to congratulate Biden It's in my book read it Now ladies and gentlemen I read what Barack rabid ravid put out on his own As he's Hawking his book to make a few shekels He's the one who put out this stuff at axios He's the one who's putting out this crap at the forward and every left wing site he can find And they're not hard To find I read what He put out his propaganda His promotional stuff that he leaked or put out to platform said he's close to I have to read his book Did he read my book Who wants to read the schmucks book Kind of book is it To stupid

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Fraud Journalist Barak Ravid Reports False Stories Trump and Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 10 months ago

Fraud Journalist Barak Ravid Reports False Stories Trump and Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

"Shame on the people who misled president Trump Shame on the people who are leaking false stories to this reprobate Barack ravid They're destroying their own legacies they're destroying the legacy of what was the greatest cooperation partnership and work really of two countries together In modern history And it upsets me a lot because I believe they're harming President Hu I believe in very very strongly How beloved he is in a State of Israel This kind of stuff this this reporter this fraught Barak ravid he doesn't want Trump To be beloved in Israel you have to understand the people who hate Trump hate Netanyahu the people who ate Netanyahu hate Trump And so this is a grave disservice my view what's taking place here Now the good news is these other gentlemen who are being smeared They of course have the ability to speak out too I don't know if they will I suspect at some point if it keeps up they will help but this guy's trying to sell books He's telling half stories And I don't understand how you don't interview the targets of your stories Well I do it's because he didn't want to know what they would say

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Trump curses out Netanyahu over his congratulating Biden

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Trump curses out Netanyahu over his congratulating Biden

"Former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump has has lashed lashed out out at at Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu to to congratulating congratulating president president Joe Joe Biden Biden on on his his victory victory in in last last year's year's election election in in remarks remarks from from an an interview interview earlier earlier this this year year with with an an Israeli Israeli journalist journalist trump trump accuses accuses the the former former Israeli Israeli needle needle of of disloyalty disloyalty saying saying he'd he'd helped helped the the thing thing Yahoo Yahoo in in his his own own elections elections by by reversing reversing decades decades of of US US policy policy on on supporting supporting Israel's Israel's claims claims to to territory territory seized seized in in war war trump trump appeared appeared to to be be particularly particularly incensed incensed by by a a video video released released by by Netanyahu Netanyahu on on January January twenty twenty the the day day Biden Biden was was inaugurated inaugurated in in which which Netanyahu Netanyahu said said he he Biden Biden had had a a warm warm personal personal friendship friendship going going back back many many decades decades trump trump is is still still falsely falsely claiming claiming the the U. U. S. S. election election was was stolen stolen from from him him I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump has has lashed lashed out out at at Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu to to congratulating congratulating president president Joe Joe Biden Biden on on his his victory victory in in last last year's year's election election in in

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Yeah whenever i would ask my dad for life advice. He'd sit me down and say son. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more and look at me now a well adjusted adult withdraw full of plastic bags. I'll never use okay. I'm confused was your dad. A licensed gyco agent. Now he was just a real good dead geico. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. We have a prime minister. Netanyahu on the phone with us from his knesset office in jerusalem. Only ten minutes. So i want to get right to it. I welcome to the program a great to talk to you again sir. Good to talk to you all right. Some observers in the united states are sensing a new israel here less willing to commit to total victory as as in the past on the basis of the way current conflict with the the hezballah groups being waged. That true. I've given my support is opposition leader to the government people of israel overwhelmingly given the support for victory. That is to remove the the threat much as the us During the cuban missile classes said those missiles after go. We stay isabella and those missiles have to go because otherwise they'll be no peace for lebanon no peace for israel. Nope he's running. We're hearing. I'm hearing some some discontent in this country that the some concern at the current prime minister isn't willing to unleash the full complement of israeli ground forces If that's true. What's the reason i don't know we're in the middle of a war. And i don't want to start second-guessing. I think the important thing is six eye on the goal. The goal that by the government does do be moved eliminate the missiles and eliminate and breakfast balance fighting ability and whatever needs required. Then those means should be used land air sea. You name it I think it's important to understand that we're not just dealing with his fellow islamic militants that we're dealing with an iranian Back the salt and a western country. And we're just the first target and they openly say that we're the first targets with the small. You're the big states europe though. He doesn't understand it as a middle sized safe though he doesn't Really start up with us. When a two million of our people are hunkered down in bunkers. When i rock cities rocketed or killed in a murder And when we respond against these terrorists or hiding deliberately in civilian areas They attack us. They're actually doing so attacks themselves. I don't think. I don't think that the the us has any Misunderstandings any such lack of clarity. I hope that. Israeli government doesn't have lack of clarity. We need clarity. In our target. And the target is to remove our common enemy committed to our destruction And something that we have to remove as a clear and present threat to our future thirty. Couldn't agree with you. More i'm not. I'm not trying to foment discord between you and the prime minister either It's just so many of us who support you Remember Past israeli involvement. Six day. war yom kippur war. It just looks different this time and so we ask questions why because like you. We all know that. The focus of this is syria and iran. We don't hear our government talking to us like that. We don't hear our government telling us that in this country. Do you ever sit. There wonder as an individual. i know. this may be tough questions for you because you're leader likud party and you are very united today in this latest battle with with with hezbollah. But you ever wonder you're to yourself. Why the us doesn't act now to take out the regime. In iran the entire world knows who was behind this then helping al-qaeda attacking troops in iraq. They're not far from getting nuclear weapons. I think this is the greatest question of our time It is not only a monumental important to israel because iran while denying the holocaust places openly declaring its intention to make another holocaust with the six million jews of israel that they intend to eliminate Iran also intends to become Nuclear power an empire with long range missiles that now reach every capital in europe and within a decade with the eastern seaboard And they have a crazy Particular shiites grand apocalypse. That is supposed to write about now. Which millions will die on all sides on both sides and disband of is them will Will rule the world. Now you may ask. How was it possible. Religious wars died in the seventeenth century. Not for them Not for them. That's what the likes of l. Tida who smashed into building new york And that's where iran that is building an atomic arsenal for that effect. The what they've really done here is far the first vessel and the question of our respond by our response. I mean not. Only israel's response because bella but The international response to iran and its way station syria I think that's a crucial question that you're raising now. President bush is dead and he said something very important just recently. A month ago said that he would not let iran acquire nuclear weapon. That is very important. Our plans to do what means he plans to use Of course he leaves with himself. But there's no question right now that there ought to be a division of labor the us and the members of the international community. If you can find them they should press iran in serious season two sisters support an army of hezbollah and israel should be left to do the job that it must do that is to disarm because of all the stories missile arsenal. Anybody is could be done. What does anybody stopping you from doing that. Anybody putting the brakes on you. I don't think so not not yet. I don't think that you know we've had all wars have limited time You know it's not an unlimited amount of time anyway. And i said that from day one and time that you have available you should use with the power that you have available the more power. Use the less time you need to. Obviously we don't have unlimited time and therefore we should use more power a lot more power to crush. That's what's required. And i think if israel shows dissolve israeli government shows us resolve then america. First of all america would respect it at the end of the day though they are. Let me try this question. A little bit of a lengthy question and i know the phone connection here is not the best. But i want to ask you this. Because it's it's a it's a topic. That's really roiling much of the american population and that is that the war has two aspects the pr spin war and the reality and the and the media Mister prime minister of suggested israel is losing the pr media war and has got to change. Its tactic so that it can win the pr media war. I don't think that israel can ever win a media war. And i don't think george bush can ever win a media war because the world's media is not interested in the facts of reality in this current conflict you can point out the reality of the hezbollah hezbollah people using civilian human shields. All day long. It still will be ignored. Do you think you can lose the real conflict With with hezbollah if you also lose the spin war or do you not care about that. Just focus on the reality of actually winning the war.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Part of the joint test and they didn't based faction broke away from the joint negotiated with neo on entering collision with him and at the only reason that didn't happen was the details other allies. Those same extreme ashes of undeveloped lists of the drew sighs mentioned before said we're going into a government with this list so now actually was was trapped in him too. He was making himself though the breath and she was making himself in supporting these extremists. And therefore he wasn't to for ocean but after legitimizing this islamist faction the centre-left and bennett in the pete. Were able to say well. If netanyahu is willing to sit with them obviously we can sit with them and that's how they got a syllabus and party to join them that's how they're now part of the commission and this is a huge shift and the politics of palestinian citizens. that now need to contend for the first time with one of their own parties joining the government Seeing what that means some caesar's betrayal some students in an opening for new beginning. Right i mean. And i think a lot of that depends on the leadership of palestinian israelis. And you know what they're going to prioritize. My sense of things is that the someone like monster boss is a little more interested in and again this is just my read on things for the outside celebrity or like the center of things being one of the good palestinian israelis that can hob knob with the right wing and be in power than actually say you know representing palestinians in the occupied territories for example. I know you're a journalist and you may not want to kind of extrapolate on that. But i is that a fair read on things. I think. Verse level devastating joys. The status has been hit dubbing himself the king maker of israeli politics.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Homophobia and Basically wanting to create a state of stink run by jewish biblical law and not by civilian liberal law The religious side. And then they're gonna nationalistic side. The aside Is essentially proposing ethnic cleansing of palestinians. Both in the quarters and within israeli Communities is so so these are very very extreme views. Well cool they're saying out loud. I mean like. I mean. That's a i'm being sarcastic. My point is is that that's happening already in practice. But then when you have people who are explicit and proud of that kind of ideology it takes on a whole new ugly ugly formation. So let's get into the new coalition that was formed right so as you said. It's largely a result of anyone but bb politics and La pid and naphtali bennett. They form this. Kind of coalition of hawks and right-wingers and even palestinian islamists. So one i mean. How is that two headed monster if you will going to work and What what even though they did form the governing coalition that contains some ideological diversity bennett. Who's gonna take over is incredibly right wing and the many might say further right than netanyahu. You're very right. He is for for a very long time. Bennett has been the light wing.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Now. A coalition of eight very different parties is in power the political observers in the country dalia shenlin. There is little sense. This'll be a unifying moment. Israel those who were against. John young who made be happy. He's gone but now they have to cope with a very complex government. And nobody's sure if it can really last and about half. The voters are not nearly as happy because they would have preferred for mister netanyahu to continue governing. It is a very very deeply divided population over. I would even go. So far as to say the fundamental worldview of where the country should go now from the guardian. I'm rachel humphries. Today in focus a new israeli government has ousted netanyahu. But will it hold together. All of the last time i spoke to you. We talked about the crisis in gaza and the intercommunal violence that broke out in israel while all of this was going on israel has been going through intensified political turmoil. Get to this vote on sunday. In late march israel held. What was his fourth. Snap election within around a two year period. It's been in this political crisis for quite a while now still meets again for the fourth time in two years if the exit polls are right. Benjamin netanyahu will fall short of the majority. He needs to form a government and netanyahu's ruling likud party actually won the most seats but he's still needed to group together with other political parties and he was unable to do that so the mandate was handed over to his rival in the opposition. There were low expectations but he actually managed to group together eight very ideologically diverse parties into a coalition and now as announced that he has a new government on sunday. The israeli parliament voted them into office. Now official benjamin. Netanyahu is as israeli prime minister. And how was that. Vote to ousted. Netanyahu on sunday so the israeli parliament which is called. The knesset has one hundred twenty seats within it and to form a majority government. It's extremely unusual. That one party will win out right so under israeli politics different parties group together and they form these coalitions and the opposition leader. The peed had eight parties together which is a large amount of parties and he was hoping to reach that magic number of sixty one seats because that is a razor thin majority of one seat in one hundred and twenty canessa. When the vote came to pass on sunday he managed to gather sixty seats which is only half of the knesset. But because of an abstention netanyahu's blog only got fifty nine seats so now the opposition as establish their own government but its majority within parliament is very very tight dolly thing. Netanyahu saw this coming to do editing. Strong frustrate the vote. I don't mean to laugh but you know what we saw in. The knesset was frankly. I would say the best possible term. I can use a circus. The least positive term i can use would be undermining democratic process and trying to prevent a peaceful transfer of power which is very scary in connecticut. We saw manifestation of that. The heckler need i from the religious zionist party started with even heckling too flattering. Frankly they were screaming. Move like a wave to likud lawmakers who sat there and screamed and heckled to the point where you couldn't hear the speech and it was almost sort of that he wouldn't ever be able to teach and somehow postpone the entire process of the transfer of power. They don't think it would have come to that but Yes who right up until the last minute wanted to make it clear that he doesn't see this outcome as legitimate. I mean what does it say to you and political strategizing just comes down to basically screaming louder than everybody else oliver. I think to understand. Why lost that vote on sunday. We need to look back at the last couple of years. In israeli politics you talked earlier about how this year. There was a fourth election at the last two years. Why have been so many. What's been happening back in two thousand and nineteen. We had an election in israel and netanyahu's ruling party the likud and other allies on the right wing appear to one that and it looked like netanyahu was just going to continue on empower. But what happened. Was that one of his on. The right almost defected from him and broke his attempts to form a government and israel. Got into this cycle where it kept holding elections. Essentially voters would vote along the same party lines every time that neither netanyahu nor the opposition were able to form stable governments. And then eventually we got to this year when a new head of the opposition yellow came in and he managed to gather together these different parties and break the cycle essentially and alongside this political crisis. Netanyahu's also been caught up in some issues of his own away from harlem. Hasn't he police in. Israel have recommended. The benjamin netanyahu be charged in three different cases that they've been investigating during this political crisis. Netanyahu has been indicted in three separate corruption cases and there are charges against him for bribery breach of trust and fraud and if convicted he could spend years in jail israeli prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu appeared in a jerusalem court this morning as the opening stages of his corruption. Trial got underway. He's not giving up without a fight and claims yes of election. Look spirit. We can see vote. Counting counting was kosher outlet but these building winning votes was done road short. He has said this trial is just his enemies trying to take him down but one interesting thing. Is that these corruption cases. They don't seem to have huge. Lead dented his support base. This drama has unfolded during this political crisis over the past to innovate years. And netanyahu's continued to win votes elvers. Absolutely right to point out of his readings. Didn't go down. Not only didn't they go down but throughout twenty eighteen when it became imminent that he would be indicted ratings actually rose somewhat. I think that's partly because he has developed a very elaborate narrative under which he is being persecuted for political reasons and it's a narrative that seems very intuitive for much of his base which is a great honor for me to come here to support my prime minister. I'm proud of him. i love him. I know that he's being pursued. I'm ready to give my heart. My is my soul my life. Benjamin netanyahu and even beyond the base a little bit. I've heard people tell me i was ready to be done with him. I think he's been around too long. But i don't like the way they're persecuting him so i decided to support him. I've heard that over the last two years. We should say at this point. The benjamin netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. But donald going back to the political crisis in israel. Does he say more about the failings of netanyahu's leadership of the country war of israel's own political system do you think. I think it's a mistake to completely blame the technical aspect of the israeli political system. It's not so unusual. It's a parliamentary democracy and multi-party system. I think the reality is that because there are so many parties. People have an expectation that they'll find a party that is perfectly tailored to their ideology and then also people who want to run for office had developed an unrealistic expectation that if they think one shade differently from the closest party to them. They better start their own party. That's why we had thirty nine parties running in the last election. We forget because only a fraction of them get in but it really does reflect the deeper problem within israeli society. I don't think we can blame. Only netanyahu for this. But certainly his governing style of leveraging those divisions rather than trying to mitigate them definitely exacerbated. The problem Okay so he's a huge number. Party is being part of this and he mentioned voters his more impactful. These elections had on them. I mean i've spent a.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Netanyahu steps down after 12 years very big grudgingly, and he remains in the opposition. That's how it works in Israel, and so he's still there and still very much a player in Israeli politics. But He's not heading the government anymore. It's gone to to this new figure in the Taliban is joining us now is Vivian Salama, National Security reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Thanks for joining us, Vivian. Sure, great to be here. Israel has a new prime minister for the first time since 2009, the new prime minister, sworn in his Naftali Bennett. This is after we see Benjamin Netanyahu, who is the longest serving prime minister there, leave Vivienne tell us a little bit more about this transition of power. And then after that seems like it's an opportunity for the Biden administration to start fresh with Israel. Now that he's president, Vivian, tell us a little bit more about this, please. That's great. There's been I'm a pretty rocky a couple of months. Maybe even years, you could say in Israeli politics, where efforts to form coalition governments has collapsed, and Israel's long serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who is a known figure here in the United States, he was really struggling to kind of keep his Coalition afloat and finally, you know, made growing pressure BB, Netanyahu was facing a lot of internal pressure, personal pressures as well. He has some legal issues due to some charges of Corruption and otherwise, and so he he basically a hit a wall when it came to a lot of the pressures that where he was facing, And so, finally, you know, in recent weeks, they just decided that they were going to form a new coalition and Naftali Bennett, who's been One of the right wing very well known entity in Israel, right wing politician sort of climb the ranks and he was doing that was found to be the next prime minister. And so there's a transition going on. Not without a fight. BB. Netanyahu steps down after 12 years very big grudgingly and he remains in the opposition. That's how it works in Israel, and so he's still there and still very much a player in Israeli politics. But He's not heading the government anymore. It's gone to this new figure of Taliban it, and so yeah, I mean a lot of changes as far as a fresh face in Israeli politics, Um, you know, at least from the US perspective he's like I said, is very well known entity in Israel and an interesting point for President Biden. Right now, he's known Benjamin Netanyahu for like 40 years. And he's never met Bennett before. He called him very quickly after he was sworn in and all that, But this is the kind of that new chance right now to start this new relationship. So President Biden has really felt that his relationship his four decade relationship with Benjamin Netanyahu, which dates back to when Netanyahu's at the embassy in Washington, believed that that was like a major foundation for the relationship between his administration and Israel, but also bolstered his ability. To negotiate or help to negotiate a ceasefire last month during that awful fighting between Israel and Hamas fighters in God line. Also, the relationship was very tense because of the fact that a the Biden administration is renewing talks with Iran to try to see if they can re enter the nuclear agreement. Which is something that both Benjamin Netanyahu and his successor and the Taliban are very opposed to and also, you know, they've been talking about providing aid to the Palestinians, helping to rebuild Gaza and calling Israel out on expansion of settlements, All these things that ruffle feathers with both Benjamin Netanyahu and also with Naftali Bennett, who has been a very vocal opponent of the Iran nuclear deal. He's been a very staunch supporter of expansion of settlements and things like that. And so a lot of similarities between the two men, although internally domestically there's definitely some differences, but even that Yahoo came out on Sunday and said, you know, Then it is going to be weak when it comes to fighting against their on nuclear court, And he's not going to keep Israel safe. And he kind of talked about his relationship with Biden and said that he is not afraid to talk tough to bite in and put Israel's needs first. And Bennett, um kind of brushing that off and plowing forward. And so Israeli politics is never dull, and it certainly wasn't in the last couple of days. But it will be very interesting to see how the bite administration decides to proceed with all the Tell me a little bit more about how fragile this new government there is because it's comprised of a bunch of different parties. If somebody drops out and they don't have enough support, you know it kind of throws the whole thing into a whirlwind. Naftali Bennett is a new prime minister. But as I mentioned, everything is very fragile at the moment. They're eight parties with very, very different views on a lot of issues. Domestic and foreign in this coalition and one of the major kind of news making coalition parties within this coalition is an independent Arab party joined the government for the first time, and so that was all Very significant and so hard to get them to agree, and to be on the same page as anything and they start fighting, and they kind of create a gridlock and the whole entire thing falls apart when some of these parties refused to to participate in the government anymore boycott and things like that. So a very challenging undertaking for for Bennett and one where he's going to have to kind of be careful. So, yeah, he comes into this position with pretty sharp right wing views on a number of issues like the Iran nuclear ground like settlements like a lot And other domestic issues like that. I keep saying but at the same time If he rocks the boat too much he threatens to really topple this coalition. That again is so fragile and a lot of observers a lot of folks in the U. S administration and Israelis that we've spoken to really believe that it's going to force him to moderate his political views, because the only way to really get any kind of consensus done is by moderating and trying to kind of total line and walk in the middle. And so that's Sort of what folks are expecting. But obviously it's his first day on the job. It's a wait and see situation. Definitely a new page for Israel, New Prime Minister Naftali Bennett So we'll see how all of that progress is Vivian Salama, National security reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Daily

"H e l p dot com slash the daily. This kevin roose. I'm a tech columnist of the new york times. My job is not just to do glorified tech support. It's the talk to the people who are actually making the decisions that govern our digital lives like interviewing the ceo of youtube about how they're trying to deal with their extremism problem or talking to mark zuckerberg about free speech on the internet. I'm trying to talk to the people who make the rules that we all live by and the people on the other side who are affected by those rules. And this is what all of my colleagues than your tenure doing. We're trying to distill all this complexity into something that people can understand subscribers support all of this work so please join us and subscribe to the new york times you can do that at ny. Times dot com slash. Subscribe to so david described this emerging coalition that because of the changed political climate. That you just walked us through might result and netanyahu ousted from power so there are a lot of parties going from the pretty far left to the pretty far right. But i think it's best captured in a photo that's been circulating of three of those leaders sitting at a table and signing the coalition agreement year lupi of the centrist schettino party. Naftali bennett of the right word or yamina party and mansoura boss of the united arab list. These three guys from three wildly. Different arts of israeli political spectrum who've come together for the sole purpose of defeating benjamin netanyahu so tell us more about these three men. And what animates their dislike for netanyahu. So let's talk first about neftali bennett. Who under this. Coalition agreement will become the next prime minister of israel. If it holds. Bennett is a a right. Winger is a really ideological right winger who used to represent the settlers on the west bank. He's somebody who worked as chief of staff to netanyahu himself and idolized him. I think it's safe to say. He named his son yanni. After netanyahu's kiro brother who was killed in that famous raid on entebbe freeing israeli hostages in the seventies but ultimately he was banished by netanyahu as netanyahu does he tends to identify people who pose threats to him and marginalized them. But even as bennett has wanted to succeed netanyahu for years. You could sense that. He couldn't quite set aside his admiration. For netanyahu fast and last year during the pandemic bennett. Who was once a for. A few years was an entrepreneur and made a lot of money in software. And so he has this business experience. He saw what was going on and he went out there and started saying this is how this thing should be managed. Here's what we need to do. He put a book out saying how the needed to be run and he really saw that netanyahu for all of his hype and the image was really kinda botching. The job my goal is to retain a national government while partying from netanyahu. Not because he's a bad guy. He's not stop bad guy but after thirty two years in politics thirty two years. It's not working. You know. And i think he came around to believing that netanyahu was not capable of governing israel. And the way that it needed to be governed. Okay so that's bad. Who should we talk about next. I think mansoura boss. The united arab list citizens of israel. Good evening molly and the omit as an arab lawmaker. Animates him is that you know. The twenty percent of israelis. Who are arabs have been marginalized. They've been ignored by israel's government but worse under netanyahu over the years particularly at election time they have been demonized. They have been in sale. They have had their loyalty to israel questioned and been pitted against jewish citizens in this attempt to divide and conquer to help get a netanyahu elected every time. So you have that as the backdrop and if we're not wise to bring down the ignorance and racism we will leave to the next generation complex situation dangerous and above all impossible the reality and then you have this incredible personal narrative between netanyahu in himself because before this last election netanyahu stunningly reached out to us and tried to make some accommodations with them. This was seen as this incredible move and other arab. Lawmakers looked at the bosses kind of turncoat who was betraying the arab population by by playing footsie with netanyahu. But what ended up happening was this incredible turnabout takes he can get from netanyahu politically which is this legitimacy. That'd be giving him. And then he tosses them in the trash by going in with the forces seeking to be out and if a boss and the coalition succeed if they pull it off this would be the first time in the seventy three year. History of the state of israel that an independent arab party becomes part of the government of the state. And that would be a huge breakthrough for arabs in israel. So whereas bennett was deeply disillusioned by netanyahu's handling of the pandemic a boss would have been deeply disillusioned by the way. Netanyahu handled this war and the domestic violence that inspired. Yes and his his really spoken out against the violence between jews and arabs on the streets so that brings us to the third man in this photo. Repeat of the yeesh schettino or there is a future party. The pitas a centrist. He's a politician. Who's been around for a while. Now he had a rap early on as somewhat superficially is because he started out as a host of a television talk show but he stands for a demographic of you know sort of the the very center obviously the middle of the road israelis but also he's become like the best hope of the left israelis who disapprove of the way that netanyahu has treated the palestinians who would love for there to be a real peace process of most of them have given up on there ever being one anytime soon. But who more really low the way they've seen. Netanyahu divide the country and exploit the differences between the different sectors of israeli society. People who see netanyahu not as really protecting israel but as as threatening to destroy.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Netanyahu a weak militarily and saying that he will be a real man and then also thing that he has credible cases against them for for war crimes and seeing that the prime minister of israel. you're directly involved. Okay netanyahu you say maybe he's not the greatest guy but Bennett was literally directly involved in something that the is largely considered a war crime by the international community. Probably wouldn't be able to travel from my understanding bennett. Can't really travel internationally because there's so. Many lebanese people related to the people that bring a wrongful death. I think it was even in boston. One of the israeli Seniors that was part of the artillery was teaching in university in america and they tried to bring war. Crime case against him in. America extended diplomatic immunity in said that they couldn't bring war-crimes was literally an american citizen. Leads address family member was killed but from i understand There are family members of these lebanese people in most major countries around the world so So if bennett did become the prime minister and tried to your do anything or travel Be a diplomat for israel. There would be these lebanese family members. That would probably still trying to bring work on charges against a very troubling and maybe rightfully made it so it sounds like he was way off base. You know he was insubordinate he was gonna take kind of doing the like a cowboy move Any bombed the building and didn't get proper notification. And yeah it's it's it's very bad news this isn in the and now he's going to be prime minister. Sure i'll take just a bit because he speaks english without an accent so say the reason. The can't be. Prime minister is because no one understands. What the hell is saying like. He speaks english decently. But it's not like netanyahu. Guess are bennett even took like my conspiracy which is kind of just the intellectual thought experiment that It also mentioned the nuclear weapons bennett when he became security minister. Two thousand fifteen said that. They didn't even tell him about the nuclear weapons. Maybe they did and he did. Nobody's even when he was security minister for netanyahu He said to the us media that they didn't even tell him about the nuclear weapons. But you know some sort of us propping up. Israel's nominee Is going to become prime minister because he's a. Us citizen in speaks perfect english. And also if you saw the lindsey graham and now israel's going to petition for a billion dollars in emergency military aid to restock iron dome. Like i mentioned if it was iranian a long term strategy that If the us does not respect israel's iron dome israel could be quite a bit at military trouble than you. How dangerous iran. Where netanyahu invented are you basically saying that if the us enters the iranian agreement that israel is going to distance itself to america impossibly. Go on go on its own. And how credible israel that that. They're going to do it but it's thing that's what these guys are saying. So it's a bluff. What happens if they call their bluff and god forbid You know we're we're both jews who love israel even if we're scared or don't like the people leading it but he's saying those are our leaders they're in if they're making a bluffing it gets called. It could be a disaster and then what happens if the if there's pressure they don't Replentish iron dome and and then Then israel may not win the regional war in terms of hezbollah or if it was a long-term iranian strategy to God forbid destroy israel that the first wave of mass..

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"It's kind of like the trees like the kerensky. They figure you know lennon. Put him in as a week. Figure transition figure. I mean you know the The left even viewed fdr that way when he first became president did supported because then they can guy down the road and he'd this week straws this intermediate figure wouldn't have any actual political power is decide. It's a procedurally that I think it's twelve days before it could be ratified and right now. The speaker of the knesset is a netanyahu appointee and he's dragging it out so they one house. They want to force a vote to get rid of the current speaker so they could hurry it up a but if any point within the next twelve days yahu could get defections from one of the parties then the coalition will fall apart in the most likely place to get defections are gonna be from The few right wing parties that are in the black lake Even the bennett's own on people that are The right wing parties will bend the back to netanyahu that the design. That's what you're netanyahu said that that So don't be so sure that The argon form a coalition and I've i've been sailing is is really politics really a mess in in constitutional convention. I saw i. I didn't see that conversation. You had with mordechai ca. Darby thing even your scholarly Professor qatar is really saying that israel should have a completely upend in change. Its nature from your however was set up to a confederation and so m zooming someone professor could dr is saying that the current system in israel is completely unworkable and broken and they need to have some sort of a constitutional convention and restructuring of the whole government and i am generally in agreement with you actually qatar in his confederate plan. That's i think that's probably the best idea. But you know. Unfortunately that would a require completely changing the israeli constitution and system. And if you can't get a coalition Even have a prime minister. How you're going gonna get a super coalition to change The you'll the whole system. And then you're really bennett is really just going to be a strong run. You put them in. And so if the coal the there's also promise of bennett does get in and the coalition falls apart. You can have the same situation. With like netanyahu with bennett. Were there keeps on being elections in Bennett will be the prime minister going forward until they could figure it out and god forbid that could be a disaster because he he is a strong hand man that that had basically been calling..

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Seems like it's very strange but but i just want to come and also People really seem to dislike. Netanyahu and i get the fact that he's probably been in too long but i think that again. This is an american talking looking from the outside to me. It seems like he's been very solid and able prime minister. I mean he's resided over. An economic boom is is modernize economy. He's reduced regulations. Is the dark got the startup nation. You've got on a national security standpoint. He's been pretty moderate and he hasn't done like begging marching unit occupying lebanon. he's been. He's responded cautiously and moderately to genuine threats to the national security over there near career. So mean i get the fact that maybe he's been in there too long and and be good to see someone else but i don't get. This is anger in this this portrayal of them in this villain this way by israelis. I don't understand that. But i think you're inequity. I think that like i said last week that netanyahu said that he did not go into gaza only because the americans begged him not to that you the vast majority of israelis thought they should and like i said netanyahu will be that you'll conspiratorially if it's here in the us the keeping netanyahu and power the reason they're keeping him in power is because they'll be replaced by someone further to the rights of you. See bennett one of the biggest critics of netanyahu one of the biggest critics of netanyahu right now for not going into gaza and An in for being weak that that in america netanyahu was chris i as a war criminal in israel. He's criticized for being weak and madeleine kadhamy of the difference but he won american general gut. It's it's a controversy. Israel has to live with a hostile neighbor that kids firing missiles and territories and gas balloons over the water. And maybe you know from looking at trying to think about an israeli living ashdot or ascalon. You know it is week. They wanna see him. Finish the job with gaza in from us that you know so. Yeah that's that's a legitimate political question. But in a way it reinforces what i have said in that. He's always been fairly. Moderate in his defense of the national security is dependent israel's national security but he hasn't done it he's done it with the minimal amounts of You know of a heavy hand. I mean at least You know unlike what some people would like. And maybe maybe maybe reasonable. But how is a bennett. If he becomes prime minister i mean how will he be able to operate with the troika as worthy you know the other the league on the far left and the and the israeli arab head. I mean he's not going to be able to do any of these things that you're talking about. It would never had to do that. Yemen just a disaster. Because it's really just a power share. Were the promising gives to the other people in the only reason people in the left. There's no path to a coalition on the left. So you'll the peed and ganz who have quite a few seats left you know has thirty forty seats up. But there's no path to a coalition. So they had to basically offer the prime ministership to a bennett. The only path to possibly ouster netanyahu. just procedurally that So they care about is they they to get rid of netanyahu because they figure maybe a little down the road then they could they could knock up then is there is that it..

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Worldly

"You know the the champion of the peace process and of course you've you've got months or a boss. And deep actual arab voters. An arab knesset members that you need in order to keep the coalition running only under all those conditions. I could see how abstractly one can look at the situation and be like prime minister. Bennett is arguably a downgrade from prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu but if you look at the broader context of what this coalition actually is in the way that it works. Bennett will not be able to be bennett. He will have to be a prime minister constrained by the center and left of the israeli political spectrum. And that certainly means he can't do a lot of the stuff. Netanyahu got away with like while he was prime minister right and and i absolutely agree. I think that's spot on the thing for me though. Is that will one as you said bending gets the first two years and then essentially you're lead the next two years. That's assuming that it lasts that. Long of all and second naturally bennett. His wanted to be prime minister for a very long time and has been openly working toward doing so and the thing for me is that once. He's in that prime minister's chair. Do they get a fancy chair. I'm not sure. But you know what i mean. It's a stool at maybe. It's like a spinach. I dunno 'cause it's revolving get it. It's terrible so leave a jokes to be. Yep yep fair enough but the thing is once he's in that position then once he's seen as having been prime minister that alone changes his political Image right and so. I think that puts him in a situation where he did. Even you know given the veto issue and everything else. He's still going to be probably prime minister. And that is not anything to thumb your nose at right that that is a big powerful position in israel and having been in that position. Even if he's constrained. I guess my concerns. Are that going forward in the coming years. Does he then you know. Is he able to gain more. And more power more and more attention etc enabled to eventually supplant netanyahu as the face of the of the hard right and of the new right and then then you end up in a place where he doesn't have those constraints so so one quick point is. I'm not as optimistic as perhaps you guys are on vetoing bennett's actions in part because he also wants to be prime minister if the rotation then comes to him he has vested interest in making sure that government survives the couple of years until he gets to be in charge. And so while you're right. He does have the ability on occasion or actually almost on any occasion. Say no to bennett. Government that isn't governing falls apart especially one with these thin margin so there's a theory out there and it's not super widespread but i think important enough to mention that lied. Maybe just okay. For the moment of kind of leading ben and get away with stuff for a while so he eventually gets to be prime minister and so you know that then would imply bennett gets to kind of use. The like the government will fall as a as a casual against the zone veto authorities. All right so we're going get a quick break and we come back. We're going to discuss the the stakes of what we've been talking about For the palestinians for the states and for israel's place in the world. Are you going with people. Maybe you're organized or have a knack for numbers while then chances are you've got skills that can lead to a new career. A google.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Worldly

"You want netanyahu in office right now as long as he is there as the enemy that brings people who otherwise have nothing to talk about together and as long as he's there not in jail leading the opposition the specter of returning to what we've had for the past two years i think is a very strong incentive for the coalition partners to stick together. Yeah and just to clarify what you said the The law was trying to push through would basically immunize them from from being prosecuted while he was sitting as prime minister right. Yes oh that's part of the issue of why he wanted to stay in power so just to clarify that point. Even who has dominated israeli politics for as long as i can remember in terms of modern political memory right for for the last decade plus it has been bb netanyahu their entire generation of young people who came up in israel and the united states who view israel through the lens of netanyahu's right-wing views again. It's not official yet the vote we talked about parliament. Hasta centrally vote to have confidence in the government fridge. Officially go through so. It's not a general vote. Voters aren't going. It's it's the knesset voting essentially to approve government. And that happens it a few days and like we said that it could fall apart between now and then so just that caveat but if this holds and goes through and bb is actually unseeded. I i don't think it's you know overstating what a massive sea change. This is just the fact that this is is possible if this is happening right the the fact that bb be in control of these really government for the first time in a really long time is huge right. And i think we've talked about this. On previous episodes the views of israel palestine and the conflict you know specifically in the us and elsewhere are changing and a lot of that is because of this rightward shift that has happened in. israeli politics. led by netanyahu seating. this complete shakeup up is really fascinating but also again. i think it's hard to overstate. We keep using the word diverse and it is this coalition. But it's link historical to see in. Islam is party. An era party in a coalition agreement with a far right pro settler jewish nationalist party and then gear lead mr centrists and getting our and like it's just this wild coalition that no one thought would happen and we didn't think it would happen to alex mentioned this after the conflict most recently that between israel and hamas. There's a lot of talk about how this would support. Bb right it would help bb because he has always have framed himself is like i am the defender of israel. We need a strong robust security state to prevent against this kind of violence and previous conflicts have boosted him and that didn't seem to happen even though it looks like it was going to end up going that direction. It seems like there's just so much desire on the part of all of these different political actors and parties to just get out the door and just move on and try to have some sort of change. It's literally the change coalition right. They're are not hiding the fact that they have nothing else that they really agree on. Neftali bennett himself. Just this week promised. No one will have to change their ideology by becoming part of this coalition that is extremely explicit. Saying look we don't agree on anything and we're not going to try to convince you to change and become part of an actual functional coalition. We're all just allying to get rid of netanyahu. The question then becomes okay. We'll what happens after that right. Because you will have far right pro subtler neftali bennett ostensibly as the prime minister which that's very different than yahu. The sense that he's more to the right on many issues especially israeli palestinian issue. But what do you do like yes. He's prime minister but he has been a coalition with an islamist party and with centrist party and etc. So i think the questions and we'll get into this more. Obviously but i don't know how this yes. It's good to govern. Yes we need to move on and get away from. This cycle of endless elections as neftali. Bennett was promising. But how does that work in practice. I have no idea. There's a quote that year lupi centrist figure who is also important member of this coalition. Just a fine point the gen set and how everyone's been saying then. Yeah who's been around for a really long time right. Here's a go to a foreign policy in march which i had to read multiple times to kind of wrap my mind around it. My middle son was born in one thousand nine hundred five when he was seven months old. Netanyahu became prime minister for his first term from ninety six to ninety nine. In the meantime my son has gone to the army finished. The army got engaged broke. His engagement. went to university is now finishing his degree. And now who was still like. Wow that's funny. Granted he still has like a political incentive to say stuff like that. But i believe it to be true. That's just how long he's been. How important he's he has just been a central figure in israeli politics and is rarely life. Which makes this government of change. This coalition changes are sorta calling themselves a fascinating experiment in being like anti-politics like bb who. I'm sure the actual bb king feels like nobody loves me about my mother like in this case like every literally like everyone in israeli politics is like we just want him out. That is what binds them. That is the glue as we'll on the other half on one half of the ledger right. Like netanyahu was very close shorting coalition and. It's not just his party right. Like what makes this coalition different than a lot of israeli once in the past and really interesting. A lot of ways is that it excludes entirely the ultra-orthodox there's not a single faction that's involved in this coalition and that's that actually when we talk about all these new parties disagreeing on everything that's mostly true. The only area in which there is some alignment is that they are all skeptical..

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Is. This is only a ceasefire now. Some agreements must be negotiated festival for humanitarian aid. In gaza to reconstructing does gaza is a humanitarian catastrophe. Not only now. It was before this bout of fighting but for several international organization a few years Gaza would not be a place where human beings can live problems. Not on your pollution polluted walter. Very free electricity permanent pollution. Even the factory. Fora use water is a whole yields water of gaza. I'd be strolling mediterraneans. She's a terrible source of pollution because it's impossible to bring in enough materials from construction because these rarely sings. The construction material would go to the honasan two panels so now negotiations. Most of israeli military experts believes that negotiations would not be able to bring a permanent cease-fire. She's found for a few years but the simple reasons that the the americans met both so do some disease. Rabies don't want the money for construction to go to through mass or having a possibility of hamas getting its hands on some sack of cement so some dollar somewhere to go to the hamas would never accept could not by the way just On another subject. I don't believe it will ever be any agreement between hamas and Zip yellow the deeply Enemies cat's it would not happen. So if nothing gets in the hamas general. Get money gains of shoe. Either suitcases of don't come from from guitar. Shrew bengal your apple to hamas in gaza. It's going to be bad. So these rally Experts believe it's going to explode. The game depends on america's on sunday. Blink he's here now. They know exactly what's happening number. The ins. e united states bettors israeli palestinian israeli arab conflict than biden blinking zeh zeh went through it during a whole obama. Stray shen with a fatal. We know so. They know exactly what to do. And what Fister full renew of pro- process for negotiating impossible's as no real government in israel netanyahu year. My we don't make would stave would be another government elections in september john Would be new. Governmentally brings us split beginning thousand and twenty two until then no peace or other negotiations possible. So what's they can do and should do is try to reform the jan. Oh sorry we has year. Eighty five year old mahmoud abbas. It's time for him to go on pension during years. mahmoud abbas succeeded in excluding several major figures insides of buddy stinian movement who for example participated in negotiation for tentative peace proposal geneva initiative in two thousand and three which is exactly what should be negotiated on jerusalem's or if you jesus boulders everything was on this was negotiated by xm buddy steven generals Writers buddy titians on these ready.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"I'm biggie Shendi zoa right Zora in favor of annexation of the west bank and gaza. He's away but the democrats say accepted judgments of the head. Coach were in favor of for giving equal rights to arabs and jews in nineteen sixty six. It was mentioned begging head of crude. Who acted in connecticut said to cancel the military regime on the witch. All is rarely stint. Arabs were living under control of these radio. Army has big because he thought it was undemocratic. Today we have Likud headed by Netanyahu who's fighting against the rulings of fuzzy israeli high coach and they they want officially to change the capacity of the cold to regulate and criticize when necessaries rose watered by necet. The basic idea is A different vision of democracy. We have the majority when we can do whatever we worked. This is the basic ideas that we hear likud. Finish those presenting almost every day on tv here and try to explain that to whole generation. Who grew up on the this condition and resist services site. Geist charles. i wanted to ask you about the nature of public debate in israel because those of us on the outside with the international press assaying saying but we have much less of a grip on what the nature of debate among the media. China lists intellectuals politicians in israel is like and has been in the last ten days what characteristics. Would you pick hide. While guns are roaming ruckus i exploding. Debate is Totally calm down. When does some critiques violent reactions on social media. This happened in the past but this time it goes against major tv journalists some tv stars in different news evenings and for the first time. Twenty israeli yes we chara. Tv radio social media. Internet websites wrote a letter to superman. And who's a ceo of twitter to ask them to control. The threats being published by post on facebook and twitter against joel released in israel gianetti swear tactic streets comrades broken fine journalists During the i decided up the second intifada. I'm sorry happened almost every day. We had Who attacked in the streets but to the general public It was quiet and israeli media. Didn't give any interest to what was happening to the freund price. Now it's happening to them. We choose For me new fact age very interesting. I myself had a a lot of fighting with receives ready envision authorities about my my work and and some some story about the kid being killed by Newsra israeli bullets in two thousand but now Suddenly it happens to these ready. Joel is the street is quite violence and ready. Go the last thing. I wanted to ask you charles you. You spoke at the beginning about not being surprised by the recent violence. We're now in a moment of ceasefire. What happens from here. Are we in an endless cycle of of repetition or is something different about this time.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Preparing it are looking for it and in two thousand fourteen. Is you gave a suggested to the hamas at nine occasions to get to a ceasefire hamas refuse. New is very cautious. Eat knows that the food scale war inza region and not just the some exchanges of rockets. And then bonding between gaza and israel. Night hurt him politically. So he's very cautious now under moment First of all you know so many years in power. It's a long time for a politician everywhere including in israel and There is Fatigue of Being in power is He has like Donald trump Solid basis of around winkler said it represents between twenty nine and so t members of parliament. over a hundred and twenty but He always fought any possibility to have an air within likud doesn't and many major figures from z. Isreaeli national right not religious nationality. Strikes left the party and went to get on sar. Who was within Likud his main opponent so he's lost the support on the right and you're right that's four selection in which he cannot form a government. These is losing and the way things look now. It seems that we're going to the fists elections. Now charles in the article you wrote in lamont diplomatique. You say that. The israeli left to sort of failed to understand netanyahu over a long period of time and i wondered. Why do you think it is what is it. They haven't understood. And why have they not understood. What netanyahu actually a boat. I believe Probably some movies story crews to its bugaboo. Netanyahu netanyahu the first time. He was prime minister in nine teen ninety six the pragmatic.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on KTOK

"Something interesting is happening in the state of Israel the country was real there is a the news out for their called arrests H. A. R. E. T. Z. it is radical leftwing most of the media in Israel is radical leftwing very few conservative outlets a handful but it's even more radical in our media but this hot rats reports a few hours ago the leading seats dance dance is the opponent of Netanyahu started something called the blue and white party in his eight hundred and complete disaster and chameleon Gantz changes strategy days before Israeli elections here's the times of Israel polls suggest momentum with Netanyahu his campaigns turn nasty in the final days pretty amazing in the let's see the Jerusalem post this just came out a couple hours ago polls find Netanyahu edging toward sixty one seat blocking majority I don't know if we'll get there I hope he does I hope it's not two or three seats short but here's the thing the Israeli system is a disaster it was set up by socialists Bangor in another's Netanyahu is the most popular person running for prime minister for head to head race he would beat guns but it's not a head to head race are all these minor parties and you have to build these coalitions and that's the problem but his truce on post piece in there no friend of Netanyahu says asked who is most fit to be prime minister forty five percent said Netanyahu thirty six percent said banning guns thirteen percent said none of the above seven percent said they didn't know so you see if Netanyahu is running against guns he would be the prime minister hands down they say it's coming close.

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I wonder if that gives him so the ability to manipulate things like this in normal senses where you would have prime minister who might might be able to challenge. There's no well it's all Netanyahu. He can do whatever he wants. This is never been legitimate. And this is what's so ridiculous that we pretend that democracy only we democracy in the Middle East now in return according to the Indictment Netanyahu and his wife Sarah consistent requests to alter the coverage on the wall news website in order to serve Netanyahu's interests and target their opponents. All look that elevates allegedly pressed the editors of the website to comply with Netanyahu's demand so so forcing the media to lie for your agenda and rather paying them to do so. This is just me of dishonesty. And this is what we're seeing all over in this. This country is well. Why does that shouldn't be surprising at all? The reality is this is what they're all doing. The illusion is that there's some altruistic entities fighting for freedom that the illusion now the charges have been known for a really long time and the timing of the official announcement obviously seems political. Netanyahu will come under intense pressure pressure to resign as I've already seen today I'm seeing calls all over I'm on Israeli media for Co demanding Netanyahu. Step down now. Should he be removed over the next twenty one days as we said there's twenty days left for for the possible coalition. It might be possible for the parliament to form a government and avoid the third election. So maybe e that's what we're staring at here know. Netanyahu will fight tooth and nail as he always has to gain and keep immunity and his power he will try to de-legitimize do people actually trying to charge him and he will use any available trick to stay in office. This should not be a surprise but as the article Michael points out and I completely agree with that very much so makes him more dangerous than he usually is. He might decide to do something anything. You know like starting a big war the big war right the last Gaza attack that they have to respond to enforce to just maybe just asked maybe prevent his removal from power. Sort of like the way. It worked in regard to the joint list as he points out Lebanon Syria Iran. Better Watch out. Maybe maybe after reading some thinking maybe this is why we are seeing the beginning signs of a false flag against Iran. Maybe this is why palm on Peyot is doing this because maybe he got his marching orders and even more suspicious and alarming is a part of the next story that I saw actually Wiwa while watching new world next week the most recent episode which included in show notes for you to check out for yourself but this is going to interest you quite a bit. I would imagine this article a twenty twenty. US election simulation just ended with thirty two dead and two hundred injured which is funny right off the bat face value. This is so obviously trying to get us all worried and fearmongers about the election right. We're so afraid. This is going to be chaos and revolution in governments in Russians influence. And everyone's losing their minds right now about two thousand twenty when it's no different than it's ever been. The only difference is all of the aggressive propaganda around it because they see that we are waking up we. We are recognizing their dishonesty their surreptitious actions. We see it so that's why we're being more propagandize than ever. But it's just funny to see that they're trying to make it seem like right even their simulation. O P thirty. Two people died. Why because of the election? That's what the delegate right there so it'll be afraid and and make sure you do what we tell you to do because we're trying to save you just embarrassing but so this is interesting now. A team of hackers and by the way I said it but included a link to the new role next week episode in the show notes..

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"netanyahu" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

13:36 min | 3 years ago

"netanyahu" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Night when Israel is claiming it was carried out by Hamas is operatives in contrast of course to the hundreds of rockets fired over the week by Islamic Jihad which ultimately makes little difference as. They're very very clear that regardless of WHO's actually behind a given attack they will bomb the most densely populated civilian area in the world every single time no investigation no due process zest simply reflexive collective punishment. They've openly said this and to make my point. Security officials are openly saying that they are of the opinion. The rocket launched were not even ordered by Hamas leadership. They were instead the work of loan. Maas operative. This is what we're hearing today so in the midst of this discussion that they're openly saying well of course we're going to hold all of Gaza accountable for anything that ever happens here. Even as we're openly saying we can we also think. I think that it was just a lone person not associated with any kind of large operation. But that doesn't change the fact that we're going to still punish everyone in Gaza. You see you see what this is because that's exactly what happened at even as they will say a wilt as long as Ya not moss. We'll still bomb US locations which ended up killing civilians almost every time. Now the Israeli Defense Forces simply said what they always say direct quote Hamas is responsible for what is carried out in the Gaza Strip and will bear consequences for it now. I've made it analogy energy in the past before and I won't repeat it again but the simple idea. This is like the United States bombing of a group within its own country that somehow has associated associated with a collective population within a smaller area. Just because they say well that group is responsible because those people support them. We're going to bomb our own area because we arbitrarily early said you're responsible no matter what happens understand when they say this is responsible for what is carried out and will bear the consequences period so that means if they actually tomorrow said let's go route and use Massad to carry out an attack and blame it on somebody even knowing that they would still say. Well we're going to blame. Go Moss because it happened in the Gaza Strip now. I know you think that's ridiculous but but this is what they're saying. I shouldn't say you some people might think that's ridiculous. But of course when they say also Hamas right will bear the consequences. They obviously mean Gaza at-large which is the ultimate point for those that may not understand or be aware collective punishment is war crime as I hit my microphone. Collective punishment Richmond is war crime and acknowledged for war crimes. That no one that no one disagrees with they. Don't sit in your trying to pretend that what they're doing is not collective punishment they just don't discuss it if anybody was to ultimately bring up the definition of collective punishment which is very obvious. It's exactly what's happening and that's why no one talks about it. That's why the media will never ever get into that discussion and say well. Could this be the case. Nope not even going to have it because they don't even want you considering that they want you thinking well they're defending themselves all all of Gaza's terrorists the most ridiculously juvenile simplistic narrative. Because it's easy for small minds to wrap their heads around but this is the reality is that it's never that black and white right. There are plenty of civilians and children in fact largely children but again when they say Hamas will bear the consequences they mean everybody in this densely civilian populated deleted area and they are willing to carry out this acknowledged war crime of collective punishment even as they are admitting that even they think it was a loan act really think about that they will still they will kill innocent people anyway. Because didn't you hear. They already said they were defending themselves else. Even though they admitted to starting this and they told us no matter what they're going to bomb Gaza because they said Hamas in charge in a location that Israel controls in the civilians are Donald. Believe from. But you're in charge when they need them to be. The strikes came hours after. Two rockets were reportedly intercepted over occupied Palestine. Now he's really warplanes then hit an outpost. They claimed belonged to Hamas in the northern Gaza Strip. And then I guess just for good measure and completely separate in not connected at all a naval police compound in Gaza on Saturday because that all makes sense right Jihad they are rather Hamas loan operatives tips. They say they knew weren't connected to Moss. Operations launched an attack. They then attacked. Come off even though we know as they said it wasn't connected and then just bomb naval police police compound. Because that'll lines up right. Maybe just maybe it's because they also had that mind to bomb that naval compound and entirely separate deal entirely separate reasoning joining and just said well. Let's just use the excuse to carry out our tax. That would otherwise be unprovoked. I mean it's just ridiculous to see these things continue to happen that they can openly. Okay we know it was one person and they have bombed completely separate locations and everyone just goes. Yeah Palestine bad guy or excuse me Gaza bad guy. 'cause Palestine doesn't exist according to their ridiculous propaganda sirens sounded in the middle of the night in the area and the largest city in occupied Palestine. Some thirty five kilometers from the Gaza fence warning warning of incoming fire and of course they just have to constantly fear you know breathless reporting about how people were scared and they ran to bomb shelters and their nights were not com- common. You'd like to usually no of course we talk about this because we won't talk about the thirty four people that got killed on the other side mostly civilians but that doesn't even get restlessly pointed to know it's only about how some people have anxiety over here talk about a one sided story now. Israel's emergency service said it was treating reading five people for anxiety and for others who were injured by while running to shelters so they were running and tripped and skin their knee. And this is what they're reporting on this after for over thirty people thirty four possibly forty something depending on who you listen to were just killed. Due to Israeli tax on the most civilian densely populated area in the world. Gaza medical officials have said themselves that over thirty Palestinians had been killed in the Latin. Just these first days of bombings more than half of them civilians and as I as we talked about eight members of the same family including five children were killed in an airstrike Wednesday night. These really military has actually now said after after the investigation that they just assess that the that the building was empty because that somehow make sense according to their backward logic that oh because we thought the building was empty. That's why we wasted money and time and expensive equipment to explode an empty building because that's literally what they're saying so they assessed. It was empty and and then bombed it for what purpose especially understanding this for the Tin Shack and had no no connection to the other things. They claim they were talking about on their in there sophisticated investigation. They claim that they've carried out and now they just say Oh. Yeah we was empty we thought anyway and I love how they act like. There was some kind of investigation anyway right and in less than twenty four hours later they say oh well we thought it was empty case closed and union. You need an investigation to find that Out didn't couldn't you just ask the person involved ten seconds later while here's our answer. No they're going to pretend like they had some kind of half hearted investigation. We all saw what happened. They killed innocent people people. The right response would be disabled worse. You know honestly act like you were sorry. The most politicians do pretend like we made a mistake. This this wasn't intentional or sorry. We hope we hold ourselves accountable. nope not in Israel's world. We hold ourselves accountable. Even when we commit a crime we just say oh well we thought it was empty. Whoops oh well let's all move forward? I mean this is unbelievable. This was really all about just sidestepping the actual the accountability for they're open policy of collective punishment. which is what it is by by just simply saying oops arm steak and because the US or the you or no one seems willing to hold them accountable? No one's going to be held accountable for the killing of this entire family. Even if it was a mistake mind you still. No one's even GonNa get a slap on the wrist. Don't forget as I said. In the beginning all of this started with the extrajudicial assassination of a top commander from Islamic Jihad in the only democracy in the Middle East right with no court rulings no due process no rights of any kind. Because we're we're just told that he was is a bad guy. We're told by parties with obvious stake in all of this parties. That have repeatedly lied about exactly this type of situation but just trust them right. Why would they lie again? Speaking of lying look who seems to be wildly benefiting from the recent Gaza tax. You know him you probably hate him. NETANYAHU GAZA TAX WIDENED GAP BETWEEN ISRAEL'S ARAB PARTIES. Ganz coalition talks. Now this is just a follow up to what I recently talked about that. This is obviously benefitting Netanyahu. No he has not won the he hasn't been able to gather an effective coalition yet. Doesn't seem like it's going to happen but it looks like this is now gaining points for him here. Basically the bottom line of the story as I reported on before was that there were many people that were wildly suspicious that this was in your was ploy. The whole point was the joint list which you know Minority Arab group that would ultimately intimately be working with dance to create the coalition. And they've Ahmed Tibi actually who who spoke out saying that all the all the if if some kind of an operation happened in Gaza will it would destroy any chances of this Arab coalition with dance and then Suddenly the very next day. And this is Netanyahu's the one that retweeted this by the way then the next day suddenly we see this big thing happened. And then what happens exactly what to be said exactly the benefits Netanyahu and as you can see now as your article. I'm showing you Gaza. ATTACKS WIDENED GAP BETWEEN ISRAEL'S ARAB PARTIES AND DANCING coalition talks which only benefits Netanyahu. At least as far as I can see now. The article reads the possibility of the Arab joint list. Join this is the name of the group we're talking about or or groups says the possibility that the Arab joint list will play some role in helping Benny Ganz. The head of the blue and white party created a minority government has has all but ended with the latest strikes on the Gaza Strip and Ganz his public support for the attacks. Jonah says Johnny Mon Mon Soeur a Hafa if Hoffy Hoffa based historian much. Sure what that is. Actually one of you will know in the chat and political science lecturer in Israel told the outlet the talks between the list and gas are over. He says quote. It is clear that these talks are over while the discussion was never about joining the coalition but supporting it from outside with the aim of pushing Netanyahu out of coalition talks however Netanyahu superseded this possibility by his attack on Gaza and forced gains his hand by having the former chief of staff support the Gaza attacks. So this is this is perfectly orchestrated as even the the the out. The media in Israel is beginning to point out that they are basically watching as Netanyau now pulled these strings as they always do during the elections and forced Ganz his hand to make old blow up in his face to where. It doesn't necessarily mean that Netanyahu's now going to have the the lead or necessarily win. But it ruins the clear chance he had to had to put together a coalition. That would stop Netanyahu or at least not allow him to be leading. This is so frustrating that we can watch this happen over and over that we can call this out over and over every single time. There's an election that this happens and we've talked. There's been articles articles written about this over and over about how every time there's an election season in Israel. We suddenly see attacks in Gaza. Now you could argue. That's because they're attacking with rockets but but then when you really begin to understand how much they recognize how ineffectual their attacks are. They know that they're militarily matched that they would. They are constantly talking talking about what they are as a deterrence all they are with their missiles and the rockets gives me the rockets and mortars is a deterrence to stop them saying if you bomb us and knowing that you're going to kill more people and have a bigger effect we're still going to cause some damage right so we're still going to be able to hurt someone somewhere at least try to so it's just a deterrence and the point point is they know this. So why in the world would they launched massive attacks to begin with and allow them the reason to do what they know. They want to do which is completely annihilate them. It's it's pretty ridiculous so we have to see what happened here at the very least seems likely that it was a ploy and understand that thirty. Four people died because of this ploy to effectively. Give Netanyahu just a little bit not even advantage but just less of a disadvantage. How insulting is that? And how how disgusting when and you realize that people die for things like this. This is what we're always dealing with with. US foreign policy and all of these things and this next one similar topic against odds. Netanyahu revives his fortune now reads Israel's beleaguered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scored a hat trick this week. Reviving his political fortunes with a series of deft policy moves it starts with the targeted killing of Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader. Babu a Lotta with an Israeli Israeli airstrike on his home in Gaza November twelfth..

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