17 Burst results for "Shiloh Israel"

"shiloh israel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"College campuses there are Jews Muslims Hindus all different kinds of backgrounds who are pushing back against racist policies in Israel because they see that the human rights violations of children being detained is one of the worst people in the history of the U. S. Congress a hater a hater of the lowest order pushing the big lie that Israel is racist she is doing what Hitler did and what the **** did in my estimation the nineteen thirties she is the womanizing Jews in Israel and yet she's invited by the foolish leaders of Israel along with a cortex occasional cortex and the other one I can't remember their names why did they suddenly want to go to Israel they can't take care of their own districts the district they come from our hell holes here in America all of a sudden they're allowed to enter Israel have on joining us right now is David Rubin the former mayor of Shiloh Israel to discuss this with us Mr Rubin welcome to the savage nation radio program well thank you good to be with the warriors suddenly do these these haters why they were all going to Israel but to make Israel look bad no to gain a platform to criticize Israel to criticize America to criticize June that's what they're looking for and then it gives them a very nice platform to stand with the in the background but with Israel in the background with the walls of the old city of Jerusalem in the background that that's what they want the this one as they should be allowed to enter the country so I understand what could happen if if that happened but what what is your opinion should be allowed to enter the country no absolutely not use you don't allow in people thank you we're going to be criticizing you publicly there was a law in Israel that at that anyone who's promoting and advocating for the boycott of Israel is not going to be allowed into the country the prime minister is showing weakness and and not feel I know my nose just like dislike anyone in the Middle East.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And Israel like crap well seven interview with John was the the the mayor of the city of Shiloh Israel we talk about the fact that a see not these receipts leave N. and you are Omar want to go to Israel for some reason they want to go there he's like I don't dress here don't even I will I can't see any reason why these people would go to Israel can you I can see it I have no idea and to me it's just an attempt again to play some sort of strange game of hatred towards it listen when I say hatred towards Israel you can go look up the things that were said by by these radical leftist you can get you can just look it up we're we're here till you and you on Omar are actively trying to get an official boycott of Israel they're claiming that they have the right to do it because the first amendment rights they're trying to boycott Israel at the same time they're saying they want to go to Israel I'm not I'm not kidding with you this is what they're saying to leave the state on the on the house floor and talk about how racist Israel is I'm not kidding not making it up hello David Rubin he is the former mayor shallow is reliable and run the program to talk about whether you want them to come there or not and and also about why do you tax in Israel are happening I talked about the promise land and so and so on so make sure you stick around for that are at the mall or hearings Robert Muller shows up any should now many people predicted that he wouldn't show up I thought he would but in the same event I was kind of right he didn't really say anything I'm not so sure that it was on purpose though he didn't say anything because he didn't he didn't know anything can you imagine a guy spent over two years investigating the farce and hoax that was the alleged Russia collusion with president trump of the trump campaign you spent two years Todd thousands of hours of of investigation thousands of hours of interrogation only crimes that that you've charged anybody in this country with lying to the FBI and then you indict allegedly indict twelve or thirteen Russians that we'll never hear from again you hire a bunch of people better but you'll be Clinton supporters you've got the FISA court issues that should have been investigated and will be I think by the DOJ but Muller doesn't do a good job on that angle you come out to give a statement mother to ago and then you show up in front of Congress it quite literally make it clear you don't know anything about your own investigation nothing you don't know anything about what happened for the past two years you sit there in front of the world enter clueless he didn't know who appointed him to to be the director back in the day that of course is Ron Reagan he said bush when people are quoting from the actual Muller report he would say I can't talk about that they would say it's in your report a whole okay what would page the guy didn't know what was in his report when he was asked who wrote the statement he made a month or two ago he said I'm I'm not gonna talk about that which means he didn't write it he stood there in front of the world or sat there for the world it looks feeble look confused could hear anything can you repeat the question not my purview when it was in his purview pretended he didn't know who Jones fusion GPS was the company that put together the fake dossier alleging all sorts of strange weird sorted issues with the president of states the guy made a fool of himself now the left did grab something out of that test to use it he was asked could could the present be charged after leaves office is it what well yeah meeting yes he be charged with speeding or shoplifting or murder should he do something like that wasn't specifically about this investigation but of course the left hook that ran with it and pretended like Muller was saying so this probably was off is going to get arrested gonna be indicted could be charged so he said in fact later we had to come back and correct himself well when I said that what I I I I didn't mean that we came to some conclusion that he should be charged in this report we we made no such conclusion and then something completely on legal some would say illegal something completely unconstitutional something against our due process Forman fashion this country he says we were not able to exonerate the president what when did that become legal standard when you go in front of a judge and jury the charge of the crime you are it isn't the entire trial until such time as the jury comes back with a result of the judge comes back with a result that says you're guilty that's the way it works in this country they were not doing an investigation to prove the exoneration of anybody they're doing an investigation to see these innocent parties were in fact not innocent and should be charged with something they could not come to the conclusion that the president was guilty of something so they didn't not exonerate him they didn't take aways innocence everybody listen to me right now is innocent of anything legally until somebody proves in a court of law that you're not that's the standard it's never changed it probably never will Robert Muller saying we could exonerate him was so not legal by terminology by foreman fashion that it actually was ludicrous but of course the the legacy media grab that could exonerate him could be charged relieves it was a nothing murder it was a farce and it left a whole lot of egg on the faces of left and afterwards was Jerry Nadler do the oversight.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on KGO 810

"This was an actual response to Iranian threats. Are we going to go to war with Iran? That's something that nobody wants. And yet the situation keeps getting stronger and tighter to talk about it. And to explain a bit of and former mayor of Shiloh Israel, and the author of a new book called Trump and the Jews David Rubin. David to what degree is this really just verbiage in each side yelling at each other. Or are we getting close to an actual war? Question about it when Iran United States to attack when the United States sends an aircraft carrier would be fifty two bombers on it to the straits of four move. You should know that support Moser twenty one mile wide waterway through that waterway travel Saudi Arabian ships oil tankers, and it's a very narrow area relatively and these tankers were pantley bound for the United States, and they were attacked, and we have said at any attack by any Iran or any of its surrogates is basically an attack on the United States that you get to the question of why would Iran be doing this? I mean, the only thing I see them gaining is in their population. They're very nationalistic. So they could basically say no matter what we hate the mullah's. But we'll still be with them. If it's our country that's at risk. But I mean, why why would they be doing this? The Iran and his his political law kind of like the bully in the schoolyard, only to try and do whatever they can do and they're going to try to get as much attention, and they try to get a psychological, edge and intimidate the other countries of the free world such as the United States such as Israel. So it's Saudi Arabia, which is an ally of the United States, not a member of the free world, but it is in the United States, and they're going to try and intimidate the United States attacking the allies of the United States. That's what they seem to be doing here. The question I have those. I mean, you look at it ran and they support from us, and they vomit jihad terrorists all over the place in Gaza specifically. So I mean, why is this unusual? You know that Iran is being obviously a country that is looking for trouble. Clearly, clearly, let's not forget that his below toes who are the most powerful subtle good in southern Lebanon. And central ebanon as well and using that as a base to attack Israel, but you have to understand that they're going to continue to do it anyhow, and that the stationing of the American aircraft carrier in the b fifty two bombers in the states for moves were an escalation, and the American government doesn't do things. Like that for no reason, it was clear that they will warnings. And the defense department and secretary pump peyot day, they all insisted that this was what's needed national skirt advisor on both in. They all felt that there is an Escalade that the United States had to respond to the United States has to take a stand and make it clear that the United States will not be pushed around and this is a clue situation where this has happened. At a Ryan is trying to show that they're not going to be intimidated. It's a bit of a standoff here. David rubin. Former mayor of Shiloh Israel and his new book from and the Jews David thanks.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"-tarian Venezuelan leader nNcholas Maduro issuing new sanctions on the nation's state owned oil company that effectively block his regime from exporting crude to the US. Gina Cervetti, Bloomberg radio. You're listening to Jim Bohannon on toxic fifty K S T. Welcome back to Jim Bohannon show. Six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six David Ruben, our guests, the former mayor of Shiloh Israel, the author of Trump and the Jews we have a call from Anderson in Stover, Missouri. Hello anderson. Hey, how's it going? I was gonna ask David. What do you think that his chances are of the Merican Christians reconciling with the pagans live within? Well, interesting question where you're talking about the this conflicts that. Firm to or looting to a little bit just within the Jewish community because in the Jewish communities. You have to have those who are orthodox. And and meet me that they are. Religiously connected, and and have strong moral values as opposed to those who secular and. I really don't believe in. Anything really other than the liberal values? And. It's it's kind of a microcosm. It's very intensive Jewish community. But it's kind of a microcosm see United States as a whole, and well, let's reconcile insa shore. I mean, people need to be peaceful in resolving their differences, especially when it's within a nation that has that has become very polarized. And we understand about that in Israel as well. But you know, it doesn't mean that you don't stand up three values, and and Pfizer them as strongly as you can. All right. Appreciate your call. One. Eight six six five O JIMBO Robert in Burlington, Vermont next on the program. Good evening. Robert. Yes. Good evening. Michael, sure. United States becoming a citizen. To help them melt into the American society to learn the language that job, certainly quiet lives, and they had to be educated in history. America, what kind of education or things you do with people who want to become citizens of Israel melting. Iraq, still but a blended become. Well, people come from all over the world, and you know. Yes. So Malone new the population is Jewish but. As as you heard earlier, the Ethiopians Jews we have Indian zoos Argentinian and Mexican and French and American just all types. And and and yes, sometimes they come from very different cultures. But the first thing that everyone does is that they go to an intense. Hebrew course, very intense course in Hebrew language, which includes the history of Israel. It includes understanding Israeli culture. So it's a lot of the same things that you go through in the United States. If you if you legally immigrate, it's okay. But but in in Israel. Thank god. Because of the southern wall or fence, we have mainly almost entirely legal immigration, and when a legal immigrant comes in. He wants to be a part of that country. He he wants to be completely opposed to touch you that he lives in. And he's going to do everything we can to become tart when someone comes in illegally. They're just they're just gonna try to get a free pass. And then and then they they don't really care about the laws of the country. 'cause obviously they've broken the first laws of the country. Just to come in legally now concept that seems hard to drive home sometimes here in the United States back with more in just.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Six five zero five four six two six David Ruben, our guests, the former mayor of Shiloh Israel, the author of Trump and the Jews we have a call from Anderson in Stover, Missouri. Hello anderson. Hey, jimbo. How's it going? I was gonna ask David. What do you think that his chances are of the Merican Christians reconciling with the pagans live within? Well, interesting question where you're talking about this conflicts that. Referring to or looting too little bit just within the Jewish community because in the Jewish community. You have to have those who are docs. And and meet me that they are. Religiously connected, and and have strong moral values as opposed to those who secular and. Really don't believe in anything really other than the liberal values. And it's it's kind of a microcosm. It's very intensive Jewish community. But it's kind of a microcosm. The United States as a whole and well looks reconcile reconciling shore. I mean, people need to be peaceful in resolving their differences, especially when it's within a nation that has that has become very polarized. And we understand about that in Israel as well. But you know, it doesn't mean that you don't stand up three values and and to them as strongly as you can. All right. Appreciate your call. One. Eight six six five zero JIMBO Robert in Burlington, Vermont next on the program. Good evening. Robert. Yes. Good evening. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. The United States becoming a citizen. To you to help them melt into the American society. Learn the language that job certainly choir and they had to be educated in history. America, what kind of education or things you do with people who want to become citizens of Israel. Melting. Iraq, still but a blended become. Well, we had people come from all over the world, and you know. Yes. The population is Jewish but. As as you heard earlier, the Ethiopian Jews, we have Indian zoos Argentinian and Mexican and French and American just all types, and and and yes, sometimes they come from Jerry different cultures. But the first thing that everyone does is that they go to an intense. Hebrew course, very intense course in Hebrew language, which includes the history of Israel. It includes understanding Israeli culture. So a lot of the same things that you go through in the United States. I if you if you legally immigrate, okay, but but in in Israel, thank God because of the southern wall or fence, we have mainly almost entirely. Legal immigration and win a legal immigrant comes in. He wants to be a part of that country. He wants to be completely a part of the country that he lives in. And he's going to do everything we can. To become when someone comes in illegally. They're just they're just to try to get a free pass. And then and then they they don't really care about the lowest of the country. 'cause obviously they've broken the first laws the country just to come in legally now. Concept that seems hard to drive home sometimes here.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Five day long shutdown little progress was made all the while. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers were left hung out to dry. It's exhilarating. We'll get paid for in the future. And now we can get back to work. It also hurt the US economy as a whole it lost eleven billion dollars during the government shutdown according to the Congressional Budget Office, and they estimate while most will eventually be recovered around. Three billion won't be in Washington. I'm Marie Mattis. President Trump has ruled out declaring a national emergency to get funding for the wall. The deal has not been made by that funding deadline of February the fifteenth, and of course, as we've outlined on this program. There are at least four federal laws of it allow him to do just that. So the whole issue here, of course, is the wall. It's not the funding of the wall. That's just an area that has been picked out as the field for the fight five point seven billion or one point three billion chump change in terms of federal expenditures. No, this is about the whole notion of a wall per se and in particular. Due walls work. Well, as that report noted talking to experts, it might be a good idea to talk to somebody who has had experienced in dealing with such a wall. So we have with us this evening. The former mayor of Shiloh Israel and the founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund. And he is the man who joins us this evening. David rubin. David thank you for being with us. Oh, thank you. It's good to be with you. Let's just start with the basically the situation you faced in Shiloh, Israel, where is that in Israel. Well, the situation that we're starting to the walls. Has nothing to do with was little Israel in particular. The situation as it pertains to the walls has to do with two locations in Israel and two different walls. Okay. And now that will be a one along the what Gaza and the other one on the West Bank. Correct. Correct. So the so the source wall was built. Was the referring to is the wall that was built to separates and Samaria the two regions that comprise what the world calls the West Bank. And so it was a wall built s two waves of terrorism which. Thousands of people were either killed the wounded thousands of Disraeli civilians were killed the wounded by Slamet terrorists over the course of just a few years, and these really government had to do something about it. And aside from all the other things that you do to try to stop terrorists and preventive preventive measures reactive measures, all kinds of things will be done. But it wasn't enough until a physical barrier was built so the Israel government decided to build a wall. Yes, and was partially concrete and about twenty five feet high and lots of it was a man of steel see-through still nuts, not directly going up, but sort of slanted in certain places to make it more difficult to climb over it. Also Bob wire on the top of it and various high tech measures were used to help with the patrol. And this was. Built within the span of few years. Ester was completed. Terrorism it Israel's major cities which was designed to stop. Decreased by ninety five percents ninety five percent. Yeah. That that's that is a remarkable figure for those who who say that walls, effective. That's about as affective as you can get. Exactly, exactly. And and this is. This is to stop terrorism. Okay. So the second wall that was built was designed to stop something else. Okay. And from the years two thousand ten to two thousand twelve. Fifty five thousand illegal immigrants who came in through the southern border the border that separates Israel from Egypt. Those immigrants mostly from Sudan or retrieve. Northern africa. And and they were coming in economic reasons extensively, but many of them were coming in to do other things as well. Israel is a country in in terms of area and population that is about the size of New Jersey. So fifty five thousand is a lot. That's why it's enormous amount of people. And so so something had to be done about it. So these these fifty thousand people were settling in south Tel Aviv, mostly Tel Aviv. It's probably the most cosmopolitan city it Israel. But there isn't that? There hasn't been let's say in truth. There hasn't been that much street crime. So there there was this problem of terrorism and still is to a minor extent. But but the problem of stuff street crime really really wasn't there. Do not like in major cities like Chicago in LA, and you know, the United States, but but something had to be done because after after that period of two thousand ten two thousand twelve we saw sky, Rick skyrocketing rates of of murders and rapes mostly in south Tel Aviv. And there was a grassroots movement to get the Israeli to do something about those major demonstrations in the streets in the heavy pressure on the Israeli government to do something about it. So they decided to build a wall. Yes. A physical barrier. Okay. Caller, the feds if you want this particular one wasn't built of concrete. It was a very strong steel wall, mudslides, what I described earlier with with Bob wire with high tech measures to complement the physical barrier. This was built over several hundred miles on the border between Israel and Egypt. And in the year asked was completed. Do only eleven immigrants were able to get into Israel. It's eleven who crossed in illegally. Right. Exactly and managed somehow get through that. That border and that was two thousand sixteen in two thousand. Just before two thousand seventeen years rarely government raised defense for four feet higher to about twenty six seats. Few more high tech measures and in two thousand seventeen zero immigrants. Illegal immigrants cross that border. So anyone who says that wants do not work? They just don't know what they're talking about. It's it's happened agenda. What they have an agenda, which, you know, for whatever reason they cannot admit that Walsworth. But but what I what I'm saying is, hey, let's take a deep breath on both sides of the aisle and just examine the facts. And and here you have to very undeniable facts or to two hundred I will walls, tools that work and and have worked at the digital work. One. Eight six six five O JIMBO is our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six. David Rubin is our guest for mayor of Shiloh, Israel, use the founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund, and he has also by the way, the author of the new book Trump and the Jews about which we will discuss in just a few minutes here. We'll also take some calls for David Ruben when we come back in just a moment together, we can turn a stairwell into an ER at a moment's notice. Together, we can turn a rescue ship for refugees into a maternity ward. Together, we can vaccinate seven hundred ten thousand people in just eleven days. Together, we are Doctors Without Borders. Doctors Without Borders goes where others don't to provide lifesaving medical care. Learn more at doctorswithoutborders dot org. What.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Five zero five four six two six David Ruben, our guest, former mayor of Shiloh Israel, the author of Trump and the Jews we have a call from Anderson in Stover, Missouri. Hello anderson. Hey, how's it going? I was gonna ask David. What do you think that his chances are the Merican Christians reconciling with the pagans within? Well, interesting question where you're talking about this conflict that. Referring to looting too little bit within the Jewish community because in the Jewish community. You have to have those who are orthodox. And and meet me that they are. Religiously connected, and and have strong moral values as opposed to those who secular, and and really don't believe in. Really? Other than the liberal values and. It's it's kind of a microcosm. It's very intensive Jewish community. But it's kind of a microcosm. The United States is whole and well look at reconciling the shore. I mean, people need to be peaceful in resolving their differences, especially when it's within a nation that has that has become very polarized. And we understand about that in Israel as well. But you know, it doesn't mean that you don't stand up three values and and sites for them as strongly as you can. All right. Appreciate your call. One. Eight six six five zero JIMBO Robert in Burlington, Vermont next on the program. Good evening. Robert. Yes. Good evening. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. According to becoming a citizen he had certain criteria to help them melt into the American society. Learn the language of a job you certain requirements, and they had to be educated history. America kind of education or things you do with people who want to become citizens of Israel because they might melting. Iraq is too but blend in. Well, we've had people come from all over the world. And then yes, almost the population is Jewish but. The. As as you heard earlier, the GOP in zoos, we have Indian zoos Argentinian and Mexican and French and American just all types, and and and yes, sometimes they come from very, different coaches. But the first thing that everyone does is that they go to an intense. Seabrook course, very intense course in Hebrew language, which includes the history of Israel. It includes understanding Israeli culture. So a lot of the same things that you go through in the United States. If you if you legally immigrate, okay, but but in in Israel. Thank god. Because of the southern wall or fence, we have mainly almost entirely legal immigration and win a legal immigrant comes in. He wants to be a part of that country. He he wants to be completely a part of the country that he lives in. And he's to do everything we can to become part when someone comes in illegally. They're just they're just gonna try to get a free pass. And then and then they they don't really care about the laws of the country. 'cause obviously they've broken the I love the country which is to come in legally. Now that seems hard to drive home sometimes here.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Six six five zero JIMBO with the former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, David Ruben man, who can speak first hand of the effectiveness of walls in particular, the two instances he gave of the two walls that have been built in Israel. David is the author of the new book Trump and the Jews about which more in our discussion. But right now some calls starting with Sharon in crane, Missouri. Hello, Sharon and good evening. Welcome. And Hello, Mr. Rubin. First of all, I am a great admirers of your country and a very strong supporter of Israel. You know, work from Hadrian's wall to the great wall of China, Hungary, just recently built a wall that Berlin Wall, the walls that you're talking about in your country, but we have two segments and our population in this country. Shop here on my segments. But there are two one is not one a wall because there's purely political purposes they are looking at the future, and they want more people will be voting for their particular party line and the other segment of the population. They are. So an educated they don't even know what the holocaust was or what we thought World War Two four because it's not being taught anymore, and until we can overcome both of those. I don't know we're in for a long hard haul that I want that wall bilk. Thank you. Thank you share. Appreciate that your your response. David. Matters educating people. Yes. Yes. I understand the political motives of the Democrats. But I also don't don't think that it's so necessarily, right? Yeah. They're there. Once people are in this country. If they are they are legitimate, honest hardworking people, and you know, I wrote my both Trump and the Jews about the Jewish population that came to America in the early part of the twentieth century, they will work hard as hard as they could. When when there was poverty, and they did come and poverty from Europe from Europe. And they came in poverty. There was a lot of discrimination against Jews back in the nineteen twenties thirties, but the response to discrimination and the poverty wasn't days of rage. The response was to work as hard as they could to get ahead. And that's what happened with the Jewish community in the United States. So. Yeah. I think I think that people who come here is truly coming here to work hard. And if they're illegal immigrants as those Jewish immigrants work. They're they're going to appreciate that through hard work. They can get ahead. And and that's the values of the Republican party these days more than Democrats. Unfortunately, sadly, yes. Yeah. So so I I sure thing that they would go for Democrats. But that's certainly the the motivation, or at least part of the motivation of the Democrats in opposing the wall. The call from Jerry and Williams Iowa on the Jim Bohannon show and the Jerry good evening and good to have you with us. Dini gentlemen. I'm an evangelical Christian here in political. I well, we have a lot of presidential candidates come through. And I'd like to say, God bless, Israel and Jews everywhere in David. I would like to ask you, do you? I know you're a bit of a student of the United States. Do you see any parallels between Israel and the United States in regard to any orchestrated efforts to change the very culture of the nations? Do you see any? Parallels in that regard. Where's that just conspiracy theory parallels? Yes. The there are parallels. There. There's a. For instance. There's this wrong LBJ Tepes you movement in Israel that is trying to change the society and just as it's doing here to try to work against the traditional family. So there there is. And there are those on the far left other than that particular movement. But but Israel is a country that is actually moving in the opposite direction socially. The traditional family is becoming stronger people having more children in recent years and the country is becoming more connected to God's more connected. So that that's something that. Unfortunately for America seems to be going the opposite direction here in America. And I am an American now on a speaking tour. So unfortunately, America seems to be moving more towards secularism. Israel's seems to be moving in the opposite direction more towards tradition. Something that I think we need to keep in mind. We've been speaking about stopping terrorists in the case of wall principally stopping illegal immigrants who may have had economic Greece's as their main motivation in the other instance, but none of this is to say that Israel has not had any number of people enter into its land legally. This is not an effort to stop all immigration. It is an effort to determine who gets in. How many for how long and for what reasons? Oh, absolutely. Merit-based immigration is is what every country wants. Israel has benefited. Through this the Jewish state, and it does have the special precedence for Jewish immigrants. But but also merit-based immigration. You know, we we want people who go to contribute to their country. You know, John F Kennedy? Used to say, you know, we we want people who contribute to that country. Not not said, well, what's what is the country? You're gonna give me and unfortunately, there's a big part of the American population at least on the left that that is opposed to that that has lost. That's that old work ethic that that made America great country that it is. It is. A sad. Fact, we'll come back, and we'll talk some more with our guest again, David Ruben, he's the former mayor of Shiloh Israel. He is the founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund the author of the book Trump and the Jews more about which just a second. Are there are a couple of websites that might be of interest a David Ruben, Israel dot com. That's DAV ID. Are you be? I am I s R E L, David Rubin whose dot com and also Shiloh Israel, children dot org. Shiloh Israel, children dot org. And we'll talk some more about the notion of walls their proper place their effectiveness, and yes, this has been brought up their morality as well. One. Eight six six five zero JIMBO is our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six on the Bohannon show as we look at the three week period of grace that congress has to work out some kind of an arrangement regarding a border wall. Maybe back in a moment. Breaking while others.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It also hurt the US economy as a whole it lost eleven billion dollars during the government shutdown according to the Congressional Budget Office, and they estimate while most will eventually be recovered around. Three billion won't be in Washington. I'm marine Mattis. President Trump has ruled out declaring a national emergency to get funding for the wall of a deal has not been made by the funding deadline of February the fifteenth, and of course, as we've outlined on this program. There are at least four federal laws of it allow him to do just that. So the whole issue here, of course, is the wall. It's not the funding of the wall. That's just an area that has been picked out as the field for the fight five point seven billion or one point three billion chump change in terms of federal expenditures notices about the whole notion of a wall per se, and in particular do walls work, well as that report noted talking to experts that might be. A good idea to talk to somebody who has had experience in dealing with such wall. And so we have with us this evening. The former mayor of Shiloh Israel and be founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund. And he is the man who joins us this evening. David rubin. David thank you for being with us. Oh, thank you. It's good to be with you. Let's start with the basically the situation you faced in Shiloh Israel. Where is that? It israel. Well, the situation with her son to since the walls. Has nothing to do with with silo Israel in particular. The situation as it pertains to the walls has to do with two locations in Israel and two different walls. Okay. And now that would be one along the what Gaza and the other one on the West Bank. Correct. Correct. So the so the first wall that was built. Was that there were foreign to us is the wall that was built to separate and Samaria the two regions that comprise what much of the world calls the West Bank. And so. It was a wall built has two waves of terrorism in which thousands of people were either killed the wounded thousands of Israeli civilians were killed the wounded by Slamet terrorists over the course of just a few years, and these really government had to do something about it. And aside from all the other things that you do to try to stop terrorists and preventive preventive measures reactive measures, all kinds of things will be done. But it wasn't enough until physical barrier was built so the Isreaeli government decided to to build a wall. Yes, and was partially concrete and about twenty five feet high. And much of it was made of steel. See-through still. Nuts not directly going up, but sort of slanted in certain places to make it more difficult to climb over. It all said Bob wire on the top of it and various high tech measures were used to help with the patrols. And this was built within the span of few years. Two was completed. Terrorism it Israel's major cities which was designed to stop. Decreased by ninety five percents ninety five percent. Yeah. That that's that is a remarkable figure for those who who say that walls, art, effective. That's about as affective as you can get. Exactly, exactly. And and this is. This is to stop terrorism. Okay. So the second wall that was built was designed to stop something else. Okay. And from the years two thousand ten to two thousand twelve fifty five thousand illegal immigrants who came in through the southern border the border that separates Israel from Egypt. Those immigrants mostly from. He's a suit Diane or read three ah. Northern africa. And and there was coming into economic reasons extensively, but many of them were coming in to do other things as well. Keep in mind that Israel is country in in terms of area and population that is about the size of New Jersey. So five thousand is a lot. That's why it's enormous amount of people. And so so something had to be done about it. So these these fifty thousand people were settling in south Tel Aviv, mostly Tel Aviv. It's probably the most cosmopolitan city in Israel. But there isn't that? There hasn't been let's say in truth, the hasn't been that much street crime. So there there was this problems terrorism still is to a minor extent. But but the problem of of street crime really really wasn't there. Do not like in major cities like Chicago in LA, and you know, the United States, but but something had to be done because after after that period of two thousand ten to two thousand twelve we saw sky Rick styruck in rates of of murders, and rapes mostly in south Tel Aviv. And there was a grassroots movement to get these rarely tough to do something about those major demonstrations in the streets in the heavy pressure on the Israeli government to do something about it. So they decided to build a wall. Yes. A physical barrier. Okay. The fence if you want this particular one wasn't built of concrete. It was a very strong steel wall much like what I described earlier with with Bob wire with high tech measures to complement the physical barrier. This was built over several hundred miles on the border between Israel and Egypt. And in the year after it was completed. Do only eleven immigrants were able to get into Israel who crossed in illegally. Illegal immigra-, exactly and managed somehow get through that. That border and that was two thousand sixteen in two thousand just before two thousand seventeen years rarely government raised that fence for four feet higher to about twenty six seats. And let's you more high tech measures and in two thousand seventeen zero immigrants illegal immigrants cross that border. So anyone who says that walls do not work? They they just don't know what they're talking about. It's it's more. They have an agenda or they have an agenda, which you know, that for whatever reason they cannot admit that Walsworth. But but what I what I'm saying is, hey, let's take a deep breath on both sides of the aisle and just examine the facts. And and here you have to. Very undeniable facts or to two hundred I will walls to walls that work and and have worked the digital work. One. Eight six six five O JIMBO is our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six David Rueben is our guest for mayor of Shiloh Israel, use the founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund and he has also by the way, the author of the new book Trump and the Jews about which we will discuss in just a few minutes. Here will also take some calls for David Ruben when we come back in just a moment. Geico.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Zero five four six two six David Ruben, our guests, the former mayor of Shiloh Israel, the author of Trump and the Jews we have a call from Addison in Stover, Missouri. Hello anderson. Hey, how's it going? I was gonna ask David. What do you think that his chances are of the American Christians reconciling with the pagans live within? Well, interesting question where it's you're talking about this conflicts that. Referring to or looting too little bit just within the Jewish community because in the Jewish community. You have to have those who are orthodox. And and meet me that they are. Religiously connected, and and have strong moral values as opposed to those who are secular. I really don't believe in really. Jason really of other than liberal values. And it's it's kind of a microcosm. It's very intensive Jewish community. But it's kind of a microcosm United States as a whole and well, look reconciling the shore. I mean, people need to be peaceful in resolving their differences, especially when it's within a nation that had that has become very polarized. And we understand about that in Israel as well. But you know, it doesn't mean that you don't stand up for you. Values and and sites to them as strongly as you can. All right. Appreciate your call. One. Eight six six five zero JIMBO Robert in Burlington, Vermont next on the program. Good evening. Robert. Yes. Good evening. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. The United States becoming a citizen. Right serious to help them melt into the American society. Learn the language that job is certainly quietness and they had to be educated as a history America. What kind of education or things you do with people who want to become citizens of Israel. That they might melting. Iraq, but blend in. Well, we had people come from from all over the world, and you know. Yes. The population is Jewish but. As as you heard earlier there, we have Ezio opium zoos, we have Indian zoos Argentinian and Mexican and French and American just all types, and and and yes, sometimes they come from very different cultures. But the first thing that everyone does is that they go to an intense course, very intense course, in Hebrew language, which includes the history of Israel. It includes understanding Israeli culture. So it's a lot of the same things that you go through in the United States. If you if you legally immigrate, okay, but but in in Israel's thank God. Because of the southern of wall or fence, we have mainly almost. Entirely legal immigration and win a legal immigrant comes in. He wants to be a part of that country. He wants to be completely a part of the touch he lives in and do everything we can be hard when someone comes in illegally. They're just they're just going to try to get a free pass in and then and then they they don't really care about the laws of the country 'cause outrageously they've broken the first law of the country. Come in legally now at concept that seems hard to drive home sometimes here.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here on Sunday January twentieth. Two thousand nineteen I know we've had a storm, and it's bitter cold out there. So I hope you're home and safe and sound and warm and that you are tuning into us here on WBZ. Boston's News Radio as I say, you're joining us with weekend live with MAURICE into Franko. And tonight, we have a very very special guest with us who is going to talk to us about various things dealing with the Israeli American relationship. A very good relationship that we have with one of our strongest allies, and we wanna hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty with questions for our guest. And I'm going to bring him on in a moment. But first I want to give you a little bit of background again. Everybody welk. Tonight. You know, you can find us at six one seven two five four ten thirty. And I want to hear from you on this very important topic regarding. Regarding our special guest, Mr David Rubin, who is the former mayor of Shiloh Israel, and he is the author of a new book Trump and the Jews he is also the founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund and you can find that website at Shiloh Israel, children dot org. And that is a fund that he established after he and his then three year old son were wounded in a terror attack. He can also be found at WWW dot, David Ruben, Israel dot com, and a little bit more on his background is that as I mentioned, he is he was the former mayor of Shiloh Israel, and he has written other books as well about the isra- Israel US relationship and those books include the Islamic soon. Nami Israel and America in the age of Obama and peace for peace and tonight, we're going to talk about various. Various issues wide ranging issues between Israel and the US. But we're also going to focus on the the very troubling. And disturbing theme that has been occurring with a lot of American politicians in particular. Cossio Cortez when she was saying that members of the migrant caravan were similar to Jews fleeing Nazi Germany, and we have that's why we're having our expert guest on tonight to speak directly to this very unacceptable. And that's putting it mildly statement by acopia Cortez, and and other other than the on the left and others in the Democratic Party. So without further ado, I bring you mayor David Ruben. Hello, David, welcome to weaken live. TV with you. Thank you so much for being our guest tonight. How are you doing tonight? I'm doing great. Excellent. So if there's anything in your bio, I miss, you know, we you can let the listeners know any other tidbits you'd like them to know about you. Okay. Well, we'll we'll be on the phone for a while. So we'll be talking through its right? Excellent. Okay. Okay. So we just I think we should just jump right in. Because I I was interested in having you as the guest because I was so happy to see, you know, there's there is many. There's some pushback against comments like Alexandria, Cortes, Cosio Cortez's, but not in most of our media. And so, you know, I think you said quote juicer of sheer sorry, not accused because you said it appropriately sheer ignorance and this blind radical left dogma, which I found supremely offensive, and I like you to tell our listeners about that. Well, it's troubling. We we have to remember that the Democratic Party was once the party of Harry Truman knew this was this was a party that that always had a reputation of being go. We had a very moderate and very strongly connected with the state of Israel. And things things have changed their there are all these new far left members of the democrat party, and the and they're they're just pulling everything to the last two point where you will you find that the the moderate Democrats? Very hard times. The opinions that. A constructive and positive in terms of America's domestic and foreign policy. And so can you tell listeners what exactly what will go into the heart of her statement? What was wrong with it in European? There's a. Obviously, what has been going on recently. And you know, we should get into some of the details about about it. But every everyone would agree with the fact that there that there are migrants coming by the sows. To the Americans American Mexico border. And they're seeking to illegally infiltrates the United States. Now, you know, whether whether that's ok whether it's not, okay. That's you know, that's a matter for some debates. And it's it's been pretty intense debate, as we know is caused the government shutdown, but you know, you can have polarizing debate. You could have a very serious debate. Abandon issue like this. But once you start comparing making analogies making comparisons that are totally false, historically. Then then that's that's what we run into real real problem. And so two Cortez compared the the migrant caravan. You know? Illegal immigrants trying to illegally immigrated to America. Right. And comparing them to Jews fleeing the Nazi holocaust. I to be very offensive. The there was never a doubt that Jews who were fleeing Nazi Germany. Were. Were real real true style seekers? No nobody ever questioned that right at that time and never never question about whether they were legitimate asylum seekers. But everyone would agree that. At least a very substantial portion of these these illegal immigrants trying to come in from Doris. Via mexico. That they're not legitimate asylum seekers, maybe some in there that are. But there's ever a question about the Jews fleeing Nazi Germany, so to to make that comparison is just obscene insensitive, and or or totally ignorant. Exactly. And so I I think obscene you hit the nail on the head. Do you think it's really a matter of ignorance, a do you think? I mean, do you find do you think the statement is borderline antisemitic restraint semitic? Yeah. And in her case in her case, I really think that that her anti Israel statements and her her anti Jewish statements says as this certainly was. I really think that it's based on ignorance. Where I'm giving her the benefit of the doubt. I like to get people benefit of doubt. I I did I did write about her a little bit in my book Trump and Jews because I have an entire section about that. But that the default left and their misunderstanding of history. Yes. But while I'm willing. I'm willing at this point at least to give cost you Cortez. Do the benefit of the doubt, I'm into God's sakes. He's only twenty nine years old. I totally inexperienced. So I I. Achievement yourself in that interview, which he started talking about these rally. Occupation the settlements since she obviously didn't know what to talk about. And and she said, so. So so I'm willing to give for the benefit of doubt. But then there are these other new congress congresswoman to them the the two Muslims. Commissioner again, I definitely want to hear your thoughts on that. We just have to take a quick break. But when we come back, I definitely want to hear you on that. And also talk a little bit about that chapter. You mentioned in Trump in the Jews. So I'm just hang their tape for a few minutes, and we're just gonna take a quick break. Is that okay? That sounds good. Okay. So everybody six one seven two five four ten thirty. This is your chance to talk to a real expert on this issue. So please give us a call six one seven two five four ten thirty. We're gonna take a quick break. I'm Marie Franko. You're listening to weekend.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Support a wall article in the Washington Times April of last year headline border patrol agents, overwhelmingly support Trump's wall. In new survey survey of six hundred agents are in two of the border patrols busiest sectors. Eighty nine percent of line agents said a wall a wall system in strategic locations is necessary to securing the border close quote. Just seven percent disagreed. Brandon. Judd, president of the national border. Patrol council says at this flatly refute a March twenty two report by Democrats on the Senate homeland committee that said the opposite. In fact, he now wants there to be an investigation into how the Democrats could have come up with that number that is so at odds with what he came up with ninety five percent of the agent surveyed said the government's inability to hold illegal immigrants while they await deportation serves as a magnet for still more illegal border crossing. This is what we call catch and release. So the agents overwhelmingly support the border wall, and how the Democrats could have concluded the opposite. They wanna know where the data is. And the Democrats have not responded now here is the former mayor of Shiloh Israel talking about what happened the first year that they built a wall. If you want to understand, whether the walls work, Israel is a tremendous example because we have two different kinds of walls that have been built in the past couple of decades. So so let's first look at the wall, Judea and Samaria. The so called West Bank, which is the mountainous region that's north of Jerusalem and south of Jerusalem. So in Judea and Samaria between between two the year two thousand in the year, two thousand five there were over one thousand terrorist attacks in Israel over one thousand people killed in terrorist attacks, I should say and there were several thousand who will wounded in terrorist attacks. Actually, I myself was wounded sodden wounded in a terrorist attack along with my three year old son who was shot in the head. So the terrorism was so intense in every day people didn't know if they were going to be able to get to work or the children were going to get the school moves a terrible situation. Israel's government decided to build the wall. Separating the major cities of Israel from Samaria and Judea. And so a wall was built part of it of concrete, and but most of it from very very strong steel. It was a high wall and barbed wire, and as well as high tech measures, and it was very very effective and cut down on terrorism in Israel cities by ninety ninety five percent, even so it was very very effective and to to this day. We don't have major terrorist attacks in the in the big cities in Israel. Now, if you look at the southern border that separates Egypt and Israel. Down there. There was a problem of illegal immigration. So the the issue was a little bit different. It was illegal immigration as opposed to terrorism, but the illegal immigration was causing a lot of crime, and and fifty five thousand immigrants came in from the southern border between the years two thousand two thousand twelve the wall was built a actually mostly fence, but you know, physical barrier very strong physical barrier on the southern border and in the first year that it was built the the entry illegal entry into Israel was cut down to almost nothing and in the year after they raise the level and was cut completely now about the wall and the type of wall, let's go back a few days ago to our Trump's exchange with that CNN. Reporter you ran your campaign promising supporters that Mexico is going to pay for the wall. Was going to be made of concrete. You just said earlier that the wall could be made of steel and right now our government is shutdown over a demand from your administration that the American taxpayer pay for the wall. So how can you say you're not failing on that promise to your supporters? Very nice question. So beautifully asked even though just answered it. You didn't excuse me. Excuse me. Are you ready? I just tell you that we just made a trade deal, and we will take in billions and billions of dollars far more than the cost of the wall to wall is peanuts compared to what the value of this trade deal is to the United States as far as concrete. I said I was going to build a wall. I never said I'm going to build a concrete. I started going to build a wall. Just so, you know, because I know you're not into the construction business. You don't understand something? We now have a great steel business. That's rebuilt in the United States steel is stronger than concrete if I build this wall or fence or anything the Democrats need to call it because I'm not into names I'm into production. I'm into something that works if I build a steel wall rather than a concrete wall, it will actually be stronger than a conquer Steelers stronger than concrete K. You could check it out. Listen, if I build a wall and the wall is made out of steel instead of concrete, I think people will like that. And here's the other good thing. I'll have it done by the United States Steel Corporation by companies in our country that are now powerful great companies, and they become powerful over the last two years because.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

14:43 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One zero two nine FM south Tampa, nine seventy W F L LA all over Tampa Bay. Bill cunningham. The great American, you know, many Democrats, especially a Cossio Cortes coming in congresswoman from New York City is made the comparison that somehow Jews fleeing Nazi Germany are kind of the same as migrants coming out of Central America coming into trying to come into America and many Democrats have compared the Republican party to the Nazis and Trump to Adolf Hitler. Joining us now from live from Shiloh Israel's a former mayor of Shiloh, David Rubin. Also, author of the book Trump in the Jews David Ruben from Shiloh, Israel, welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and David Ruben. How are you? I'm doing just great good to be with the Bill. Good to have you with me. Again. How do you react as an Israeli Jew to the comparison that what's happening on our southern border with the migrants being gassed, which by the way, happened much more under the Obama administration than under Trump or the migrant children are putting cages which happened much more under Obama than it did with Trump, but just in general is like a real Israeli Jew. How do you react to the comparisons in America that you see on CNN that Trump is like Hitler Republicans are like Nazis, and what's happening on the southern border is similar to what Jews went through in Europe. Well, Bill is a we have to stop all of this ridiculous name calling. You know, the the reason why I wrote my most recent book something that June's is because I think we have to put an end to this name calling the name calling. Not only is is unwanted is totally unjust fun. Totally not true. If we're talking about the caravan migrants. So we're talking about President Trump or we're talking about Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany, let let's let's talk about the sex. Let's let's stop the the dogma and one thing that the does very well as dogma, and so you have this this this congresswoman this new congress woman, also congress girl Alexandria Cossio court. Who? A ceaselessly congress girl. But, but I'm I'm very serious because the fact is that it. Ignorant reminds me of a President Reagan's. Comment during the debate. When when he said, he's not gonna let aids be a be a factor in this campaign. I'm not I'm not going to talk about my my opponents opponents in experience. The fact is that Cossio Cortes symbolizes, the far less and and their their ignorance the blind radical less dogma of saying caravan migrants, so similar to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Okay. Let's examine it from the facts caravan migrants are coming north mostly mostly young men and the coming coming north and traveling to to into trying to get into the United States illegally. And because they because they wanna get jobs. I mean, I see no evidence at all of any kind of persecution. Okay. Now you compare. It's a far less compares to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Well, there was never a question that the Jews who who who are fleeing Nazi Germany who were trying to get into. Whatever countries they they could get into it ever conscious would take them that they were fleeing Nazi slaughter the fleeing Nazi persecution. There was never a question about that. Whether you are on the far left or the right or the moderates or the or the moderate right on the moderate left. It didn't matter. Everyone knew that they were seeking asylum because there were scaping persecution and death to compare them to the MO survey migrants is obscene. Well, the other factor. David Rubin is that America last year legally admitted one point seven million from around the world, mainly from central and South America open. Also from Africa Asia Europe, we are a nation of legal immigrants with last year. One point seven five million. There was another one million new overstayed their visas either for students or for vacationers now still are in this country. According to one estimate, we have twenty two million illegals. In the country. Today, we have about forty million Americans that do not speak English at home. So it's a lie. And it's hard to say that America is not welcoming all kinds of immigrants because gosh, we admit legally one point seven five million. And so I've also heard the argument that for example today in Tijuana, there's about six thousand wedding to enter the country illegally of the six thousand about four thousand our young men one thousand or women and one thousand or children, and they're being used as pawns by the radical left to make it look as if Trump is behaving differently than Obama behaved, which is factually inaccurate. Can we control the southern border? Imagine Israel to where you live in Israel today. Imagine there's no borders in Israel whatsoever. And the Palestinians can come back and forth all day one fences make for great neighbors. So what would happen in Israel today? If you. You didn't have border fences. Well, little little known fact Bill on the southern border. There is a wall on the southern border of Israel. Separating Israel from Egypt. There is a wall. There's a high tech wall. In fact. Home security secretary Nielsen came to Israel to visit that wall. So that the Trump administration could learn from what Israel has done. There was very serious illegal immigration going going back about five to ten years ago. Very serious legal immigration coming in from northern Africa. And. All kinds of problems that all settling in south Tel Aviv. And there was a sharp increase in in street crime. What's with Tel-Aviv really didn't never had before? And and all of a sudden, they're rapes in their murderers. And and Israel governor made a decision to do something about it. They built a wall. Yep. A serious high tech wall. And I'm not talking about offense. I'm talking about a wall. And and it's and since then since it was completed in two thousand fifteen with some upgrades a year later. The immigration the illegal immigration. Of course, there's regular legal immigration, but the illegal immigration has stopped completely. And in fact. Those from North Africa now, no they can't go there. So they stay where they are. And I've heard the argument from Central American academics that have five countries in Central America with which have who have terrible problems, the empty out as a terrible thing because Honduras need to solve Honduran problems Guatemalans need to solve the problems in Guatemala, El Salvador, nieces, sell the solve the problems there. And so it's bad for the Central American economies in the country themselves to lose the young to March north it's bad for those countries, and it's bad for our country because we go through a process to become a legal immigrant. You have to have medical tests and you have to educational achievement. You have to take a test and all that is skipped, but by legal so come across the southern border, and for many years, David Ruben of shallow, Israel, the Democratic Party was exactly the same. Same as the Republican party on immigration, in fact, in twenty seven you had Obama Hillary Clinton, and you Chuck Schumer you Ed sent Senator Reid of Nevada all voting to add funding and build the wall on the southern border. You had in twenty fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages President Barack Hussein Obama made frequent speeches about the evils of illegal migration into our country from diseases and economics, they don't fit in that was twenty fourteen. So the Democratic Party made the decision after losing elections. You know, what we gotta do is get rid of the middle class American devote for the Democrats. We have to substitute them with a legal aliens from central and South America detect the place a middle class Americans, which will collapse the society. I see Africans moving into Europe. I see Muslims trying to get through Israel to get into south eastern Europe. I see the migrant world on the southern border. There's an unlike a worldwide effort. To come into developed countries to destabilize them, whether it's Germany or France or America, this destabilization doesn't help the native countries you these migrants hurts us in Israel is the perfect example of a functioning democracy in the heart of the Middle East between Syria and Iraq to fallen completely broken states. And now Israel is standing alone by itself. Can you tell me why when I speak to American Jews that Trump is so unpopular in America? When Trump is very popular in Israel. Well, well, build that that was the motivation for writing my book trumping the Jews, I I have an entire chapter and more which is devoted to the whole question about why do why did of American sues votes for Hillary Clinton? And why Americans who so vociferiously post the President Trump? Well, it's not entirely true. Those who those Jews who are more connected to to their roots into the to the biblical heritage. Those June's which would be called orthodox Jews in America. Those those Jews tend to vote Republican and those Jews tend to support President Trump. So great appreciation for what President Trump is done. I mean, he he's been a tremendous president as far as strengthening the bonds between Israel and the United States. And I'm not talking about what he's done for the economy's tremendous job to me and for other things. Restored American deterrence. But but but he has strengthened that Israel United States relationship. He he did away with the Iran nuclear deal. He he he would which would have just give around given the Ryan and easy path to nuclear bomb within a few years. He's imposed strict sanctions on them. Again. He moved the embassy the US embassy to Jerusalem. Israel's capital where belongs he recently gave the order to close down the Pilo office the Palestine Liberation office office in in in Washington. So he's been doing a great job. The challenge is to to help American Jews to understand what the roots are that that they are a great people that that who whose leader Moses received the ten commandments on Mount Sinai, that's his Jewish heritage of anybody's heritage. And of course, it's become. Heritage of western civilization Judeo Christian civilization. So I think that a lot of these clarities I cleared up in my book trumping the juice, and it's it's not just the book for for all Americans to read. But it's also specifically a book for the for Jews like Chuck Chuck Schumer to read and to read with an open mind that understand the facts of what's going on today. Well, you know, what what is sad is that I have great respect for the Jews. My my boss is a Jewish carpenter and the Jews what you've done in the Middle East, and flowering that desert is unprecedented to friends we have in the Middle East. I think is Saudi Arabia. There an occasional friend. But the Jewish people in Israel has been there constantly for us. And I. So bill. I just wanna say Saudi Arabia is one of the most fascinating developments that, but but was Saudi Arabia. It's I agree. Saudi Arabia has been working with the United States and also with Israel. But but that's an arrangement of interest. Right. And it's a it's a connects convergence of interests. And that's okay. That's okay between nations, but but with Israel and the United States is a convergence of interests. And it's also convergence of values. It's a it's a commonality of the values that not too many countries in the world have David Rubin. Former mayor of Shiloh, Lastly, I I would say this that that is sad. What I see happening to our president being viciously attacked by Jews in the Senate like Chuck Schumer and others for pursuing a policy, which is emboldened the Israelis and others. I could not imagine if we had four two. Eight more years of the policies of Barack Hussein Obama arming the Iranians and making sure they had a nuclear weapon, how long Israel would exist because the cult in charge of Iran right now are fatalist, and they think somehow by obliterating Israel. The Oman will arise from the twelfth. Well, somewhere in the near home. And suddenly the world is going to be a better place are radical Muslim extremist believe that death is the way to have life and to spend time with oh seventy two versions, but but Jews on the other hand, I think people's God's Representative on earth is United States of America. But the one president the best friend Israel has ever had in the presidency is Donald J Trump would you agree?.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

14:24 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on WRVA

"Fleeing Nazi Germany are kind of the same as the migrants coming out of Central America coming into trying to come into America and many Democrats have compared the Republican party to the Nazis and Trump to it off Hitler. Well, joining us now from live from Shiloh Israel's a former mayor of Shiloh, David Rubin, also author of the book Trump and the Jews David Ruben from Shiloh, Israel, welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and David Ruben. How are you? I'm doing just great good to be with the Bill. Good to have you with me. Again. How do you react is an Israeli Jew to the comparison that what's happening on our southern border with the migrants being gassed, which by the way, happened much more under the Obama administration than under Trump or the migrant children are putting cages which happened much more under Obama than it did with Trump, but just in general is like a real Israeli Jew. How do you react to the comparisons in America? Now, you see on CNN that Trump is like Hitler Republicans are like Nazis, and what's happening on the southern border is similar to what Jews went through in Europe. Well, Bill is a think we have to stop all of this ridiculous name calling. You know, the the reason why I wrote my most recent book Trump in the Jews is because I think we have to put an end to this name calling the name calling that not only is is unwanted. It's it's totally unjust fun. Totally not true. You know, if we're talking about the caravan migrants. So we're talking about President Trump for we're talking about Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany, let let's let's talk about the sex. Let's let's stop the the dogma and one thing the far left does very well as dogma. And so so you have this this this congresswoman this new congress woman also said congress, girl, Alexandria Cossio Cortes who. The United States, the ceaselessly congress girl, but but I'm I'm very serious because because the fact is that she's ignorant reminds me of a President Reagan's comment during the debate. When when he said, he's not gonna let aids be a be a factor in this campaign. I'm not I'm not going to talk about my my opponents signal. My opponent's inexperience. The fact is that our Cossio Cortes symbolizes, the far less, and and they're their ignorance the blind radical left dogma of saying that caravan migrants, so similar to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Okay. Let's examine it from the facts caravan migrants are coming north mostly mostly young men and the coming coming north and traveling to into trying to get into the United States illegally. And because they because they wanna get jobs. I mean, I see no evidence at all of any kind of persecution. Okay. Now you compare. It's far less compares that to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Well, there was never questioned Jews who who who are fleeing Nazi Germany who were trying to get into. Whatever countries they they could get into it ever conscious would take them that they were fleeing Nazi slaughter fleeing Nazi persecution. There was never a question about that. Whether you are on the far left to right or the moderates or they the moderate right on the matter left. It didn't matter. Everyone knew that they were seeking asylum because they were escaping persecution and death to compare them to the carbon migrants is obscene. Well, the other factor David Rubin is that America last year legally admitted one point seven million from around the world, mainly from central and South America, all but also from Africa Asia Europe, we are a nation of legal immigrants with last year. One point seven five million. There was another one million new overstayed their visas either for students or for vacationers now still are in this country. According to one estimate, we have twenty two million illegals in the country today. We have about forty million Americans that do not speak English at home. So it's a lie. And it's hard to say that America is not welcoming all kinds of emigrants because gosh, we admit legally one point seven five million. And so I've also heard the argument that for example today in in Tijuana, there's about six thousand wedding to enter the country illegally of the six thousand about four thousand or young men one thousand or women and one thousand or children, and they're being used as pawns by the radical left to make it look as if Trump is behaving differently than Obama behaved, which is factually inaccurate. Can we control the southern border? Imagine Israel to where you live in Israel today. Imagine there's no borders in Israel whatsoever. And the Palestinians can come back and forth all day one fences make for great neighbors. So what would happen in Israel today? If you didn't have border fence. Well, little little known fact Bill on the southern border. There is a wall southern border of Israel, separating Israel from Egypt. There is a wall. There's a high tech wall. And in fact. Home security secretary Nielsen came to Israel to visit that wall. So that the Trump administration could learn from what Israel has done. There was very serious illegal immigration going going back about five to ten years ago. Very serious illegal immigration coming in from northern Africa. And and. All kinds of problems they will settling in south Tel Aviv. And there was a sharp increase in in St. climates with Tel Aviv really didn't never had before. And and all of a sudden, they're rapes in their murders. And and the Israel government made a decision to do something about it. They built a wall. And now a serious high tech wall and I'm not talking about offense. I'm talking about a wall. And and it's and since then since it was completed in two thousand fifteen with some upgrades a year later. The immigration the illegal immigration. Of course, there's regular legal immigration, but the illegal immigration has stopped completely in effect. Forgot those from North Africa. Now. No, they can't go there. So they stay where they are. And I've heard the argument from Central American academics that to have five countries in Central America with which have terrible problems. The empty out is a terrible thing because Honduras need to solve Honduran problems Guatemalans need to solve the problems in Guatemala, El Salvador, nieces sell to solve the problems there. And so it's bad for the Central American economies in the country themselves to lose the young to March north it's bad for those countries, and it's bad for our country because we go through a process to become a legal immigrant. You have to have medical tests, and you have to have educational achievements. And you have to take a test and all that is skipped by legal so come across the southern border, and for many years, David Ruben of shallow, Israel, the Democratic Party was exactly the same. Same as the Republican party on immigration, in fact, in twenty seven you had Obama, Hillary Clinton and United Chuck Schumer. You had sent Senator Reid of Nevada all voting to add funding and build the wall in the southern border. You had in two thousand fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages President Barack Hussein Obama made frequent speeches about the evils of illegal migration into our country from diseases and economics, they don't fit in that was twenty fourteen. So the Democratic Party made the decision after losing elections. You know, what we gotta do is get rid of the middle class American devote for the Democrats. We have to substitute them with illegal aliens from central and South America detect the place a middle class Americans, which will collapse the society. I see Africans moving into Europe. I see Muslims trying to get through Israel to get into south eastern Europe. I see the migrant world on the southern border. There's an unlike a worldwide f. Effort to come in to developed countries to destabilize them, whether it's Germany or France or America, this destabilization doesn't help the native countries you these migrants hurts us in Israel is the perfect example of a functioning democracy and the heart of the Middle East between Syria and Iraq to fallen completely broken states. And now Israel is standing alone by itself. Yeah. Can you? Tell me why. When I speak to American Jews, the Trump is so unpopular in America. When Trump is very popular in Israel. Well, well, Bill that that was the motivation for writing my books trumping jus, I I have an entire chapter and more which is the voted to the the whole question about why do why did of American sues vote for Hillary Clinton? And why Americans who so vociferously opposed to President Trump? Well, it's not entirely true. Those who those Jews who are more connected to to their roots into the to their biblical biblical heritage. The those Jews which would be called orthodox Jews in America. Those those Jews tend to vote Republican and those Jews tend to support President Trump show great appreciation for what President Trump is done. I mean, he has been a tremendous president as far as strengthening the bonds between Israel and the United States. And I'm not even talking about what he's done. For the economy. He's done a tremendous job to the economy and for other things as we start American deterrence. But but but he has strengthened that Israel the United States relationship. He he he did away with the Iran nuclear deal, which would have just give around giving run and easy path to nuclear bomb within a few years. He's imposed strict sanctions on them. Again. He moved the embassy the US embassy to Jerusalem Israel's capital where it belongs. He recently gave the order to close down the PLO office the Palestine Liberation office office in in in Washington. So he's been doing a great job. The challenge is to to help American Jews to understand what the roots are that they that. They are a great people who whose leader Moses received the ten commandments on Mount Sinai. That's as much Jewish. Heritage Heritage's anybody's heritage. And of course, it's become the heritage of western civilization Judeo Christian civilization. So I think that a lot of these clarities I cleared up in my book Trump and the Jews, and it's it's not just the book for for all Americans three. But it's also specifically a book for for Jews like Chuck Chuck Schumer to read. And to read with an open mind that understand the facts what's going on today. Well, you know, what what is sad is that I have great respect for the Jews. My my boss is a Jewish carpenter and the Jews what you've done in the Middle East, and flowering that desert is unprecedented to friends we have in the Middle East. I think is Saudi Arabia. They're an occasional friend, but the Jewish Israel's been there constantly for us. And I. Bill. I just to say in Saudi Arabia is one of the most fascinating developments that but but with Saudi Arabia. I I agree. Saudi Arabia has been working with the United States and also with Israel. But but that's an arrangement of interest. Right. And it's a it's a connects convergence of interests. And that's okay. That's okay between nations, but but with Israel and the United States, it's a convergence of interests. And it's also convergence of values. It's a it's a commonality of values that not too many countries in the world have David Rubin. Former mayor of Shiloh, Lastly, I I would say this that that in a sad what I see happening to our president being viciously attacked by Jews and the Senate like Chuck Schumer and others for pursuing a policy, which is emboldened the Israelis and others. I could not imagine if we had four to eight more years of the policies. He's a Barack Hussein Obama arming the Iranians and making sure they had a nuclear weapon, how long Israel would exist because the cult in charge of Iran right now are fatalist thinks somehow by obliterating Israel. The Oman will arise from the twelfth. Well, summer in the near and suddenly the world is going to be a better place. There is a radical Muslim extremists believe that death is the way to have life into spend time with oh seventy two versions, but Jews on the other hand, I think people's God's Representative on earth is United States of America. But the one president the best friend Israel has ever had in the presidency is Donald J Trump would you agree?.

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:27 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"In the great American. You know, many Democrats, especially a cost Cortes coming in congresswoman from New York City is made the comparison that somehow Jews fleeing Nazi Germany are kind of the same as migrants coming out of Central America coming into trying to commend you America and many Democrats have compared the Republican party to the Nazis and Trump to Hitler. Joining us now from live from Shiloh Israel's a former mayor of Shiloh, David Rubin. Also, author of the book Trump in the Jews David Ruben from Shiloh, Israel, welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and David Ruben. How are you? I'm doing just great good to be with the Bill. Good to have you with me. Again. How do you react is in Israel ju to the comparison that what's happening on our southern border with the migrants being gassed, which by the way, happened much more under the Obama administration than under Trump or the migrant children are putting cages which happened much more under Obama than it did with Trump, but just in general is like a real Israeli Jew. How do you react to the comparisons in America? That you see on CNN that Trump was like Hitler Republicans are like Nazis, and what's happening on the southern border is similar to what Jews went through in Europe. Well, I think we have to stop all all of this ridiculous name calling. You know, the the reason why I wrote my most recent book something that Jews is because I think we have to put an end to this name calling the name calling that not only is is unwarranted. It's totally unjust fun. Totally not true. You know, if we're talking about the caravan migrants. So we're talking about President Trump, but we're talking about huge families fleeing Nazi Germany, let let's let's talk about the facts. Let's let's stop the the dogma and one thing that the follow does very well as dogma. So you have this this this congresswoman this new congress woman. Also, congress girl Alexandria Cossio Cortes who. Congress girl. But, but I'm I'm very serious because the fact is that c ignorant reminds me of a President Reagan's during the debate. When when he said, he's not gonna let age be be a factor in this campaign. I'm I'm not going to talk about my my opponent. My opponent's inexperience ignorance. The fact is that our custody of Cortes symbolizes, the far less, and and they're they're ignorance the blind radical less dogma of saying that caravan migrants, so similar to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Okay. Let's examine it from the facts. Terrible migrants are coming more mostly mostly young men and they're coming coming north traveling to to into trying to get into the United States illegally. And because they because they wanna get jobs. No evidence at all of any kind of persecution. Okay. Now, you compare the far less compares to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Well, there was never a question. Jews who who who are fleeing Nazi Germany who were trying to get into whatever countries, they they could get into whatever countries would take them that they were fleeing Nazi slaughter fleeing Nazi persecution. There was never a question about that. Whether you on the far left to the right or the moderates or the or the moderate right on the moderate left. It didn't matter. Everyone knew that they were seeking asylum because they were escaping persecution and death compare them to the month carbon migrants is obscene or the other factor. David Rubin is that America last year legally admitted one point seven million from around the world, mainly from central and South America, all but also from Africa Asia Europe, we are a nation of legal immigrants with last year. One point seven five million. There was another one million or overstayed their visas either four students. Or for vacationers now still are in this country. According to one estimate, we have twenty two million illegals in the country. Today, we have about forty million Americans that do not speak English at home. So it's a lie. And it's a Canard to say that America is not welcoming. So all kinds of immigrants because gosh, we admit legally one point seven five million. And so I've also heard the argument that for example today in Tijuana, there's about six thousand wedding to enter the country illegally of the six thousand about four thousand our young men one thousand or women and one thousand or children, and they're being used as pawns by the radical left to make it look as if Trump is behaving differently than Obama behaved, which is factually inaccurate. Can we control the southern border? Imagine Israel to where you live in Israel today. Imagine there's no borders in Israel whatsoever. And the Palestinians can come back. Back and forth. All they want fences. Make for great neighbors. So what would happen in Israel today if you didn't have border fences? Well, little little known fact Bill on the southern border. There is a wall on the southern border of Israel. Separating Israel from Egypt. There is a wall. There's a high tech wall. In fact. Home security secretary Nielsen into Israel to visit that wall. So that the Trump administration could learn from what Israel has done. There was very serious illegal immigration going going back about five to ten years ago. Very serious legal immigration coming in from northern Africa. And. And. All kinds of problems that settling in south Tel Aviv is a sharp increase in in street crime. What's with Tel Aviv really didn't never had before? And and all of a sudden there rapes in their murders. And and the Israeli government made a decision to do something about it. They built a wall and a serious tech wall. And I'm not talking about a sense. I'm talking about a wall. And it's and since then since it was completed in two thousand fifteen with some upgrades a year later, the immigration, the illegal immigration, of course, there's regular legal immigration, but the illegal immigration has stopped completely. And in fact. Those from North Africa now, no they can't go there. So they stay where they are. And I've heard the argument from Central American academics that the have five countries in Central America with which have terrible problems. They empty out as a terrible thing because Honduras need to solve hunt. Dohrn problems Guatemalans need to solve the problems in Guatemala, El Salvador, nieces, sell the solve the problems there. And so it's bad for the Central American economies in the country themselves to lose the young to March north it's bad for those countries, and it's bad for our country because we go through a process to become a legal immigrant. You have to have medical tests, and you have to have educational achievements. And you have to take a test and all that is skipped by legal who come across the southern border, and for many years, David Ruben of shallow, Israel, the Democratic Party was exactly the same. Same as the Republican party on immigration, in fact, in twenty seven you had Obama Hillary Clinton, and you Chuck Schumer you had sent Senator Reid of Nevada all voting to add funding and build the wall on the southern border. You had in twenty fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages President Barack Hussein Obama made frequent speeches about the evils of illegal migration into our country from diseases and economics, they don't fit in that was twenty fourteen. So the Democratic Party made the decision after losing elections. You know, what we gotta do is get rid of the middle class American devote for the Democrats. We have to substitute them with illegal aliens from central and South America to take the place of middle class Americans, which will collapse the society. I see Africans moving into Europe. I see Muslims trying to get through Israel to get into south eastern Europe. I see the migrant world on the southern border. There's an unlike a worldwide f. Effort to come into developed countries to destabilize them, whether it's Germany or France or America, this destabilization doesn't help the native countries you these migrants hurts us in Israel is the perfect example of a functioning democracy in the heart of the Middle East between Syria and Iraq to fallen completely broken states. And now Israel is standing alone by itself. Can you tell me why when I speak to American Jews? The Trump is so unpopular in America. When Trump is very popular in Israel. Well, well, Bill that that was the motivation for writing my books trumping the Jews I I have an entire chapter. And more which is devoted to the the whole question about why do why did of American Jews voted for Hillary Clinton? And why Americans who so vociferously opposed to President Trump? It's not entirely true. Those who those Jews who are more connected to to their roots into the to the biblical heritage. Those Jews would be called orthodox Jews in America. Those those students tend to vote Republican and those Jews tend to support President Trump. It's so great appreciation for what President Trump is done. I mean, he he's been a tremendous president as far as strengthening the bonds between Israel and the United States. And I'm not even talking about what he's done for the economy. He's done a tremendous job to the economy and for other things restored American deterrence. But. But, but he has strengthened that Israel the United States relationship. He did away with the Iran nuclear deal, which would have just given given the and easy test to nuclear bomb within a few years. He's imposed strict sanctions on them. Again. He moved the embassy the US embassy to Jerusalem. Israel's capital where it belongs. He recently gave the order to close down the PLO office the Palestine Liberation office office in in in Washington. So he's been doing a great job. The challenge is to to help American Jews to understand what the roots are that. They are a great people that that who whose leader Moses received the ten commandments on Mount Sinai. That's as much of Jewish heritage of anybody's heritage. And of course, it's become of western civilization Judeo Christian civilization. So I think that a lot of these clarities I cleared up in my book, Trump the Jews, and it's it's not just the book for for all Americans to read. But it's also specifically book for for Jews like Chuck Chuck Schumer to read to read with an open mind that understand the facts of what's going on today. Well, you know, what what is sad is that I have great respect for the Jews. My my boss is the Jewish carpenter and the Jews what you've done in the Middle East, and flowering that desert is unprecedented to friends we have in the Middle East. I think is Saudi Arabia. They're an occasional friend, but the Jewish Israel's been there constantly for us. And I. So bill. I just wanna say Saudi Arabia is one of the most fascinating developments that. But with Saudi Arabia. I agree. Saudi Arabia has been working with the United States and also with Israel. But but that's an arrangement of interests, right? And it's a it's connects convergence of interests, and that's okay. That's okay between nations, but but with Israel and the United States, it's a convergence of interests. And it's also convergence of values. It's a it's a commonality of values that not too many countries in the world have David Rubin. Former mayor of Shiloh. Lastly, I would say this that that is sad. What I see happening to our president being viciously attacked by Jews and the Senate like Chuck Schumer and others for pursuing a policy, which is emboldened the Israelis and others. I could not imagine if we had four to eight more years of the policies of Barack Hussein Obama arming the Iranians and making sure they had a nuclear weapon, how long Israel would. Exist because the cult in charge of Iran right now or fatalist, and they think somehow by obliterating Israel. The Oman will arise from the twelfth well somewhere in the near and suddenly the world is going to be a better place. They're radical Muslim extremist believe that death is the way to have life and to spend time with those seventy two versions, but Jews on the other hand, I think people's God's Representative on earth is United States of America..

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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14:33 min | 2 years ago

"shiloh israel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A Cossio Cortes coming in congresswoman from New York City is made the comparison that somehow Jews fleeing Nazi Germany are kind of the same as the migrants coming out of Central America coming into trying to come into America and many Democrats have compared the Republican party to the Nazis and Trump to Adolf Hitler. Joining us now from live from Shiloh Israel's a former mayor of Shiloh, David Rubin, also author of the book Trump and the Jews David Ruben from a Shiloh Israel. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and David Ruben. How are you? I'm doing great. The bill. Good to have you with me. Again. How do you react is an Israeli Jew to the comparison that what's happening on our southern border with the migrants being gassed, which by the way, happened much more under the Obama administration than under Trump or the migrant children are putting cages which happened much more under Obama than it did with Trump, but just in general is like a real Israeli Jew. How do you react to the comparisons in America? You see on CNN that Trump is like Hitler Republicans are like Nazis, and what's happening on the southern border is similar to what Jews went through in Europe. Well, Bill is I think we have to stop all all of this ridiculous name calling. You know, the the reason why I wrote my most recent book trumping the Jews is because I think we have to put an end to this name calling the name calling dot not only is is unwarranted. It's it's totally unjust fun. Totally not true. You know, if we're talking about the caravan migrants. So we're talking about President Trump or we're talking about Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany, let let's let's talk about the sex. Let's let's stop the the dogma and one thing that the follow does very well as dogma. So so you have this this this congresswoman this new congress woman, also so congress girl Alexandria Cossio Cortes who. I say, it's the ceaselessly congress girl, but but I'm I'm very serious because the fact is that she ignorant. Reminds me of a President Reagan's comment during the debate. When when he said, he's not gonna let aids be a be a factor in this campaign. I'm not I'm not going to talk about my my opponent signal. My Ponant inexperience think. Second custody of Cortes symbolizes the far left, and and they're their ignorance the blind radical left dogma of same caravan migrants. So similar to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Okay. Let's examine it from the facts caravan migrants are coming north mostly mostly young men and they're coming coming north and traveling to to into trying to get into the United States illegally. And because they because they wanna get jobs. I mean, I see no evidence at all of any kind of persecution. Okay. Now you compare. It's a far less compares to Jewish families fleeing Nazi Germany. Well, there was never a question. That's the Jews who who who are fleeing Nazi Germany who were trying to get into. Whatever countries they could get into whatever countries would take them that they were fleeing Nazi slaughter fleeing Nazi persecution. There was never a question about that. Whether you on the far left or the right or the moderates or the or the moderate right on the moderate left. It didn't matter. Everyone knew that they were seeking asylum because there were scaping persecution and death to compare them to the servant migrants is obscene. Well, the other factor David Rubin is that America last year legally admitted one point seven million from around the world, mainly from central and South America, all but also from Africa Asia Europe, we are a nation of legal immigrants with last year. One point seven five million. There was another one million new overstayed their visas either for students or for vacationers now still are in this country. According to one estimate, we have twenty two million illegals in the. The country today we have about forty million Americans that do not speak English at home. So it's a lie. And it's hard to say that America is not welcoming to all kinds of immigrants because gosh, we admit legally one point seven five million. And so I've also heard the argument that for example today in Tijuana, there's about six thousand winning to enter the country illegally of the six thousand about four thousand or young men one thousand or women and one thousand or children, and they're being used as pawns by the radical left to make it look as if Trump is behaving differently than Obama behaved, which is factually inaccurate. Can we control the southern border? Imagine Israel to where you live in Israel today. Imagine there's no borders in Israel whatsoever. And the Palestinians can come back and forth all day one fences make for great neighbors. So what would happen in Israel today? If you did. Didn't have border fences. Well, little little known fact Bill on the southern border. There is a wall the southern border of Israel, separating Israel from Egypt. There is a wall. There's a high tech wall. And in fact. Home security secretary Nielsen came to Israel to visit that wall. So that the Trump administration could learn from what Israel has done. There was very serious illegal immigration going going back about five to ten years ago. Very serious illegal immigration coming in from northern Africa. And and. All kinds of problems that are all settling in south Tel Aviv. And there was a sharp increase in in street crime. What's let's Tel Aviv really didn't never had before. And and all of a sudden, they're rapes in their murders. And and the Israel government made a decision to do something about it. They built a wall in a serious tech wall. And I'm not talking about offense. I'm talking about a wall. And and it's and since then since it was completed in two thousand fifteen with some upgrades a year later, the immigration, the illegal immigration, of course, there's regular legal immigration, but the illegal immigration has stopped completely in effect. Those from North Africa now, no they can't go there. So they stay were they are. And I've heard the argument from Central American academics that have five countries in Central America with which have terrible problems, the empty out as a terrible thing because Honduras need to solve Honduran problems Guatemalans need to solve the problems in Guatemala, El Salvador, nieces, sell the solve the problems there. And so it's bad for the Central American economies in the country themselves to lose the young to March north it's bad for those countries, and it's bad for our country because we go through a process to become illegal immigrant, you have to have medical test, and you have to have educational achievements. And you have to take a test and all that is skipped by legal so come across the southern border, and for many years, David Ruben of shallow, Israel, the Democratic Party was exactly the same. Same as the Republican party on immigration, in fact, in twenty seven you had Obama, Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer, you add sent Senator Reid of Nevada all voting to add funding and build the wall on the southern border. You had in twenty fourteen which wasn't exactly the dark ages President Barack Hussein Obama made frequent speeches about the evils of illegal migration into our country from diseases and economics, they don't fit in that was twenty fourteen. So the Democratic Party made the decision after losing elections. You know, what we gotta do is get rid of the middle class American devote for the Democrats. We have to substitute them with legal aliens from central and South America to take the place of middle class Americans, which will collapse the society. I see Africans moving into Europe. I see Muslims trying to get through Israel to get into south eastern Europe. I see the migrant world on the southern border. There's an unlike a worldwide f. Effort to come in to developed countries to destabilize them, whether it's Germany or France or America, this destabilization doesn't help the native countries you these migrants hurts us in Israel is the perfect example of a functioning democracy in the heart of the Middle East between Syria and Iraq to fallen completely broken states. And now Israel is standing alone by itself. Can you tell me why when I speak to American Jews? The Trump is so unpopular in America. When Trump is very popular in Israel. Well, well, Bill that that was the motivation for writing my books from the Jews. I I have an entire chapter and more which is devoted to the the whole question about why do why did of American Jews voted for Hillary Clinton? And why Americans who so vociferiously post the President Trump? Well, it's not entirely true. Those who those Jews who are more connected to their roots into their to their biblical heritage. Those Jews which would be called orthodox Jews in America. Those those Jews tend to vote Republican and those Jews tend to support President Trump is so great appreciation for what President Trump is done. I mean, he he's been a tremendous president as far as strengthening the bonds between Israel and the United States. And I'm not even talking about what he's done for the economy's tremendous job to the economy and for other things. Restored American deterrence. But but but he has strengthened that Israel the United States relationship. He he he did away with the Iran nuclear deal. He he would which would have just given given Iran and easy path to nuclear bomb within a few years. He's imposed strict sanctions on them. Again. He moved the embassy the US embassy to Jerusalem. Israel's capital where belongs he recently gave the order to close down the PLO office the Palestine Liberation office office in in in Washington. So he's been doing a great job. The challenge is to to help American Jews to understand what the roots are that they that. They are a great people who whose leader Moses received the ten commandments on Mount Sinai. That's as much of Jewish heritage is anybody's heritage. And of course, it's become heritage of western civilization Judeo Christian civilization. So I think that's a lot of these clarities. I cleared up in my book Trump and the Jews and that it's it's not just the book for for all Americans to read. But it's also specifically, but for the Jews like Chuck Chuck Schumer to read. And and and to read with an open mind that understand the facts of what's going on today. Well, you know, what what is sad is that I have great respect for the Jews. My my boss is a Jewish carpenter and the Jews what you've done in the Middle East, and flowering that desert is unprecedented to friends we have in the Middle East. I think is Saudi Arabia. There are an occasional friend, but the Jewish Israel's been there constantly for us. And and I. So Bill, I just want to say, you know, Saudi Arabia is one of the most fascinating developments that, but but with Saudi Arabia. I agree Saudi Arabia has been working with the United States and also with Israel. But but that's an arrangement of interests, right? And it's a it's connects convergence of interests, and that's okay. That's okay between nations, but but with Israel in the United States, it's a convergence of interests. And it's also convergence of values. It's a it's a commonality of values that not too many countries in the world have David Rubin. Former mayor of silo. Lastly, I would say that in is sad. What I see happening to our president being viciously attacked by Jews in the Senate like Chuck Schumer and others for pursuing a policy, which is emboldened the Israelis and others. I could not imagine if we had four to eight more years of the policies of Barack Hussein Obama arming the Iranians and making sure they had a nuclear weapon, how long Israel would exist because the cult in charge of Iran right now or fatalist, and they think somehow by obliterating Israel. The Oman will arise from the twelfth. Well, summer in the near old and suddenly the world is going to be a better place. They're radical Muslim extremist believe that death is the way to have life and to spend time with oh seventy two versions, but Jews on the other hand, I think people's God's Representative on earth is United States of America. But the one president the best friend Israel has ever had in the presidency is Donald J Trump would you agree? I do agree..

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"shiloh israel" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Mayor of Shiloh Israel, author of the new book Trump and the Jews is also the founder and president of Shiloh Israel children's fund that was established after he and his then three year old son were wounded in a terror attack back in the day. And he's on the line to chat with us about Gaza. And everything else that's going on mayor. How are you? I'm doing good to talk to. So it's been a while. It has been a while good to talk to you. And the new book Trump and the Jews. I mean, I I for the life of me don't understand this anti-semitism attack on the president. I mean, this guy's been the biggest friend the Jews have ever had in the White House. Well, that's why I wrote the book is trumping Jews response to everyone who who who close Trump names response to everyone who who who says that he hasn't been good. So. The you know that you know, we have an expression in Israel. Is it good for the Jews? And I it's not because we're we're provincial people. And we don't care about anyone else. The reason is because where where little tiny country, and, you know, something to survive and the and the only way we can do this is by looking out for our interests, which which actually is a good thing. Even some big countries look after their interests. Well, yeah, I mean when the president says, he's a nationalist. He's looking after the United States. And then people think he's a racist for saying that absolutely absolutely. So it's totally it's a sour see. It's just a a product of Democrats who Democrats are just you know, out to get him. No matter what. And it's really unfair. I mean, these I mean, this is the guy who who move the embassy to Jerusalem had the courage to do. So nobody else had the courage to do. So he's seems the president who did away with the. American participation in the Iran nuclear deal with which would have given Iran the nuclear bomb within a few years. So President Trump has done great things to go down the whole list. I'm not going to people can read about in the book, trumpeter, juice. Let me ask you about Gaza. Because in for our listeners. Explain what's going on over there. Lots of bombs flying. What is the situation? Situation is this the the biller five hundred rockets glob that Israel from Gaza terrorist organization in the span of about forty eight hours. And there was a big cabinet meeting in which. They were planning a big military operation, Israel, really what's in there and clean out the Hornets nest from Gaza, but unfortunately, it was only the two right wing parties instead of the parties that to the right of Netanyahu. Go in with a major military operation. The the other parties, including the prime minister took a very strong stand that Israel shouldn't go in and do that. And unfortunately, I think it was a big mistake on the prime minister slot because we've we've been playing this type games attack game with with the comas for about three or four years now or even longer, and we're not going to end the rockets fired from Gaza until we go in and take away their weapons and totally decimate them like Trump's did with with ISIS. That's what need is needed. That's what's what needs to be done, and where people in Israel a very upset right now. And we'll probably be going to new elections because Netanyahu's coalition is falling apart over this. So Netanyahu did not want to go in and clean out the hornet's nest as you put it. That is absolutely true. Or at least he didn't have the courage to go ahead and clean out that doesn't sound like him though. Does it? I mean, this is this is usually write down his alley. This guy wants to do things like this or unfortunately. So it it is it does sound like him. I'm speaking of Israeli now. I was born in the United States, but I've been living initial twenty seven years and telling you that in America, everyone thinks that he is so courageous so strong because he's a he's a tremendous speaker. Speaks tough any any everyone thinks he's tough. But when it comes down to push comes to shove, he's proven time. And again that he doesn't have the coverage go in and take the bold moves that needs to be taken. Let me ask you about these two hundred HAMAs rockets were they come from Iran. Maybe. Well. Is heavily supported by Iran, and whether the the actual rockets come from Iran or not that's. That's another question. Never. They're getting them from some somebody is supplying HAMAs a terrorist organization with rockets to fire it Israel. We need to find. Iran is their biggest supporter. Okay. Let's leave it at that. Iran is clearly the biggest supporter everyone talks about the nuclear threat from Iran. But that's only one part of the Iranians direct TV the other part of the uranium is that they that they are busy supporting and aiding and supplying the various Islamic terrorist organizations in the Middle East and around the world, and is one of the biggest beneficiaries. So if you think they are going to go in though, right much to the chagrin of Netanyahu. Well. The prime minister. So that at the at the moment that we're not going in because. Because he's he's he's holding the the reins on this cabinet right now. Is defense minister Victor Lieberman is resigning. He's announced his resignation already. And as a result of Lieberman announcing the resignation so Netanyahu has to twice as if he wants the oldest coalition together. One possibility is that he takes over the position of defense minister himself in addition to being prime minister, what's nobody would like that. You know, we're we're we're not into monopolies. It's not a healthy thing. The the other possibility is that. Neftali Bennett, the ahead of one of those two right wing parties, the one that side by side with with LeBron is right wing party. He has demanded that sense. Ministry sniffing wants to keep his party in the government. And this if Netanyahu probably won't give it to him because he doesn't want to give someone who's to the right of them, the defence ministry, but if he does then that'll hold together its coalition, if he doesn't then the coalition's gonna fall, and there's going to be new Lexus within two to three months, and who do you think would be the new prime minister that point? Well, the chances are that Netanyahu could still be the prime minister yesterday understand where Israel is a parliamentary democracy. And so when we vote in elections, we don't vote for a candidate we vote for party and Netanyahu's Likud party is still the biggest party in the Knesset Israel's parliament, so so all he has to do is get the most votes his party, get the most votes in the elections. And he was still be prime minister. The question is which are the parties would do well in that election. It's the parties to the right of him. Come out stronger than than it would most likely, even if he's a minister, he would most likely be forced into doing that major operation in Gaza. If the parties to the left of him do better. Then then these very unlikely to go forward in Gaza and Israel Israel could expect to be the recipient cafaro, more rocket attacks from Gaza. So we got two hundred HAMAs rockets killed or wounded at thirteen Israelis, and nobody striking back. Well, they're pinpoint strikes as I said earlier that it's a game. Now, a massive. Let's go route these people out attack though, right? Exactly, exactly. It's kind of. It's kind of a let's do damage to them attacking system. And but but letting them remain in place and letting them remain in power. The predicaments in Israel is always well who's gonna take over if we destroy a mess. That's always the predicament. I personally don't have that predicament because my opinion is that Israel should go in and retake DASA. You know, we we we had we had twenty thousand Israel. He's living there, you know. But but they they were removed from there by the Israeli Cosmin. So that the chromosomes that, you know, the Palestinians as they call them would take over. So they took over and they on in the place where we had some five rent Israeli communities. Has set up missile launching pads. With they've been fired from which they've been firing missiles at Israel ever since. This is an attack though on Israel by Palestine, obviously. Right. So I mean, I just think. People who call themselves Palestinians concert rabbi. But yeah. But I mean, you're trying to get along and co peacefully coexist, and they're they're firing two hundred rockets at you. I mean, I would I'm just thinking of our situation if somebody were on the other side of the in the Mexican side of the border down the in in the United States, and they were firing two hundred rockets into the United States, we would go and just completely obliterate them. Of course. And that's what that's what common sense tells you that that needs to be done here as well. Sometimes leaders don't act, according to common sense. Well, it's. Netanyahu cannot cannot point to President Trump and USA medicine excuse because I can guarantee you as one who did a lot of research into President Trump in putting together my book, Trump Jews. I could tell you that Trump would would stand with Israel. If Israel will go in and do the right thing and before so we'll it remains to be seen, David Rubin. Former mayor of Shiloh Israel, author of the new book Trump and.

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