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"sharon tio benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"sharon tio benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The Europeans are doing their best to cast dispersions at this peace deal because the Europeans would much prefer there to be conflict in the released a piece in the Middle East so long as they can uphold their own moral integrity. In ripping on Israel, it seems, but the change that are being made right now it'd be very difficult to reverse, given the fact that the changes were really effectuated as a direct response to the complete malfeasance and failure of the West, siding with Iran. Yeah, And I guess sort of. Obviously, I want the president to be elected for, you know, I just think it's very important and I'm in an official capacity, you know, accidentally do a hatchback violation of Anything political, But what I will say is that you know the president his his value. His efforts to get up to today are hard to overstate like it would have been impossible to do both feel yesterday if not for the president's leadership for his stance against Iran for his Work with Israel, bringing our ally closer and making them feel and know that we will have their bac in a very difficult region, and it's sort of a source of of fear in the sense that should somebody else you know, Beginning the reins on this file, things could unfortunately go in in a bad direction, and so You know, President Trump leadership here is necessary. And I think if he you know if the American public is the honor of getting to work on this file her, you know the next four years. I think we will be in a tremendously positive situation as it relates to both Iran with their having tremendous problems and wanting to come and make a deal on. I think you know, with certainty that President Trump is not going to make a bad deal, right? Nothing to him. A bad deal is worse than you know. The note. So you know, we need that. We're speaking with the RV. Berkowitz, assistant to the president, Special representative for international Negotiations. Final Load here. One of the nostrils of the left in the United States has been that only left wing Israeli regimes only left wing Israeli administrations would ever make peace deals. It seems to me that the vast majority of the time in right wing Israeli Administrations that made peace deals ranging from Menachem Begin Tio Arial Sharon Tio Benjamin Netanyahu. The going wisdom was that because Benjamin Netanyahu was not going to make concessions to Palestinian terrorists, therefore could not make deals with other Arab regimes that obviously was proved to be untrue. Yeah, your 100, right? And honestly, I'd like to think Prime Minister Netanyahu and Ambassador Ron Dermer both of whom are really just extraordinarily smart and great people, and they worked very, very hard to get through today and And you know, Prime Minister Antonya speech yesterday..

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"sharon tio benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"sharon tio benjamin netanyahu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The president yesterday suggested that there were many more nations that were ready to sign on to this. He he implied, actually suggested pretty openly that at some point, Saudi Arabia might jump in on this. It's pretty obvious to observers of the Middle East at Bahrain, which is very closely tied to the Saudis would not have done this if the Saudi Arabian regime weren't at least somewhat warm to this prospect, and obviously Saudi air space is now being used by Israeli airlines in order fairy people to the U. S. A. And so what is coming next in terms of these peace deals? No Saudi Arabia has has really been forward, leaning on on the air space issue. Obviously, Bahrain something tio think about. Um, but you know these these deals obviously take a lot of time and they're extremely complex negotiations and And there are other countries in addition to Saudi Arabia that we are talking to at this very moment, and you know, an interesting sort of back of of last month is that It really does feel or like it's a function of time, and nobody has said tough in these conversations. We cannot do this because of it's just how do we get to the position where we can publicly, you know, go forward with this and and bring forward this piece. And so it's very exciting. When you're actually hearing it from the mouth of these leaders, you know that they're saying, Here's Here's what we want to do it here. Here's how we do it. And it's really exciting. And you know, the last time I had the opportunity to speak to you. I sort of implied that we were hopeful because Bahrain was telling us that they would like to be the next country to recognize. Have diplomatic relations with Israel. And so you know, I was sort of being somewhat coy, I guess, but You know, Unfortunately, we have to be that way until we can lock in. You know the details of these things, But I'm having you know, Jared, under German leadership were having similar conversations with other countries. And so you know, we're very hopeful and you know you don't want to get ahead of yourself when working on these extraordinarily complex deals, but the conversations are going on, so we're excited. So let's talk for a second about, you know the sort of the future of the region. Obviously, Joe Biden has pledged to somehow get back into Iran deal, which seems nearly impossible, given the situation on the ground in Iran has pulled pull out of the Iran deal. The Europeans are doing their best to cast dispersions at this peace deal because the Europeans would much prefer there to be conflict in the Middle East peace in the Middle East so long as they can uphold their own moral integrity. In ripping on Israel, it seems, but the change that are being made right now will be very difficult to reverse, given the fact that the changes were really effectuated as a direct response to the complete malfeasance and failure of the West, siding with Iran. Yeah, And I guess sort of. Obviously, I want the president to be elected for, you know, I just think it's very important and I'm in an official capacity and I don't want to, you know, accidentally do a Hatch act violation of Anything political. But what I will say is that you know the president his his value his you know. Efforts to get us to today are hard to overstate like it would have been impossible to do both deals yesterday, if not for the president's leadership for his stance against Iran for his Work with Israel, bringing our ally closer and making them feel and know that we will have their bac in a very difficult region, and it's sort of a source of fear in the sense that should somebody else you know, Given the reins on this style, things could unfortunately go in in a bad direction, and so You know, President Trump leadership here is necessary. And I think if he you know if if the American public is the honor of getting to work on this file her, you know the next four years. I think we will be in a tremendously positive situation as it relates to both Iran with their having tremendous problems and wanting to come and make a deal on. I think you know, with certainty that President Trump is not going to make a bad deal, right? Nothing to him. A bad deal is worse than you know. The notice so way we need that. We're speaking with obvious Berkowitz, assistant to the president. Special representative for international Negotiations. Final Load here. One of the nostrils of the left in the United States has been that only left wing Israeli Regime's only left wing Israeli administrations would ever make peace deals. It seems to me that the vast majority of the time it's been right wing Israeli administrations that made peace deals ranging from Menachem Begin Tio Arial Sharon Tio Benjamin Netanyahu. The going wisdom was that because Benjamin Netanyahu was not going to make concessions to Palestinian terrorists, therefore could not make deals with other Arab regimes that obviously was proved to be untrue. Yeah, your 100, right? And honestly, I'd like to think Prime Minister Netanyahu and Ambassador Ron Dermer both of whom are really just extraordinarily smart and great people, and they worked very, very hard to get through today and And you know Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech yesterday. You really could see he was excited about peace. You know, because people have have sort of criticized him as someone who is not willing to make peace. And I think yesterday when a really long way of disproving that that notion and without also just added, when you see Gaza, Hamas sending or whom remember what a p I jr my sending rockets into Israel yesterday. I think it's hard not to look at that, and say Here's Israel, they agreed to negotiate on the president's vision for peace that was put out on January 28. They have now made peace with two goal our countries in the neighborhood. And are willing to make peace. But unfortunately, the Palestinians they think that the way to get noticed on a day like yesterday was to send rockets toward civilians indiscriminately. And I think that split screen is something that the whole world should condemn. And everybody who hasn't really has to be brought back in. You know what is going on here? How are we allowing the Palestinians to behave this way and pretend like Israel is in some way not keeping up their end of the bargain, And I'm glad that conversation is finally starting to happen. I think a lot of people are starting to see what the real problem is in the region that Ivy Berkowitz assistance the president, special representative for international Negotiations, Well done, and congratulations, and I hope that you at least have taken out before you move onto the next thing. Thank you. I will already coming up. We're gonna be talking about an insane canceling who's canceled now. Beethoven. That's right. They're coming after Beethoven. I'm not the dog like the composer. We'll get to that in a 2nd 1st. Let's talk about the fact that now has been kind of a rotten time for smiling. It's been kind of nasty time on planet Earth, but Good news. One day we will emerge from this and you want to smile again when you.

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