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Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on The World

The World

02:12 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on The World

"Julia Deputy KQED. Thank you so much. Julie. I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news. Our rethinking college how tribal universities are tackling long term disparities. That's Tuesday on the PBS news album. PBS news Hour is at three o'clock this afternoon here on KQED Public Radio. Good afternoon. I'm Marco were manure with the world. To have any chance at beating back climate change. The planet needs to get off of coal burning. It pumps out a lot of greenhouse gases. Last weekend, the world's richest countries promised to soon stop financing new coal fired power plants abroad. Leaders of the G seven summit made that pledge and pressure China to do the same. But within their own countries, the story of coal looks a little different. The world's environment correspondent Carolyn Beeler has more U N Secretary General Antonio Guterres, back in March called on developed countries to stop burning coal by 2030 Science tells us that it is essential to meet the Paris agreement goals and protect future generations. G seven members should take the lead and commit to this phase out at 27 June summit at the length lists that didn't happen. Chris Little Coat from the European climate change think tank E three. G says That was despite pressure from the U. K, the meeting's host. I think there is disappointment. That ultimately they couldn't be some stronger language than they agreed. Lippincott says the G seven's power comes from its ability to shape global norms. So if it wants the world to move away from burning coal, it should go first. Long time. Bangladeshi climate negotiator Muhsin Khan says it's an equity issue. The seven countries must show the leadership because the historically they have been the number one polluter. Coal provides about a third of the world's electricity and produces more planet warming emissions than oil or gas. Chris Lippincott says Five of the seven G seven countries have already committed to an end date for coal domestically. That includes France, Canada, Italy, Germany and the UK, So that leaves the United States and Japan without formal date. So what's the holdup for these two countries? In the U. S. Coal is already on the decline largely due to competition from cheaper natural gas. Coal plants are retiring, and no new ones are under development. But still, the U. S. Has stopped short of promising to shutter all its coal fired power plants by any specific date. We have the technology and we have the price structures in place. To completely be done with coal here in the US, The biggest impediment for us is political will shooter Chakraborty is the U. S lead for we don't have time to Social Media network for people concerned about climate change. She says moving away from coal is unpopular in places where it provides jobs. No. One place is more notable than West Virginia and Senator Joe mentioned whose vote is really critical for the upcoming infrastructure bill. And so for that reason, Biden is treading more gently than he would otherwise. In Japan, On the other hand, coal is actually on the rise. Clearly, Japan is not yet ready. To phasing out of coal Cameco Hilla to is the director of the Kiko or Climate network in Japan, she says after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster a decade ago, the country closed its nuclear power plants and started building coal plants to fill the energy gap. Japanese population doesn't want nuclear anymore. So we need to find a way to, you know, move away from coal. At the same time of moving away from nuclear, which is very challenging. Prime Minister Yoshida Suda has set a target of reaching that zero greenhouse gas emissions by the middle of the century. The government is trying to revive the nuclear industry. But it also says Cole is an important part of the energy mix. I think it's very mixed message that the government is sending at this stage. What is necessarily is to make a decision. We will move towards renewable so that a lot of efforts can be shifted. Towards that end. International pressure on richer countries to move away from coal will continue ahead of this fall's U. N climate summit. But domestic politics will keep shaping the decision making for the world. I'm Caroline Beeler. E. Coli bacteria. Best associated with food poisoning and product recalls. Some researchers in Israel may have found a way for E. Coli to save lives using the bacteria to help detect unexploded landmines were joined by Professor Shim Seong Balcon. He's a microbiologist at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, leading this research. First of all, Professor Belkin. How does this work exactly? How can E. Coli be used to help identify landmines? Landmines are not completely sealed and traces or vapors of Explosives can escape out of the mines, casing and accumulating the soil above the mind. This is the reason for example, that dogs may be trained to smell landmines, the do not actually smell the mind the smell the traces of explosives, which emanated from the mind. Now, if we can train dogs, we can also train bacteria to do the same. So that's what you've been able to do. Train these bacteria to sniff out TNT residue Train is a little too picturesque. What what we do we molecularly engineer it to respond to the presence of the target compounds by generating an optical signal in this case, bioluminescence So this is a very.

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Netanyahu to Leave Prime Minister's Residence by July 10

Open Source

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

Netanyahu to Leave Prime Minister's Residence by July 10

"Netanyahu, who's been continuing to hold official meetings at the prime minister's residents in Jerusalem. Says he will leave NPR's fat Montana's reports from Jerusalem even after enough Taliban it took office, Benjamin Netanyahu continue to entertain official visitors such as former U S ambassador to the U. N and Trump Ally Nikki Haley, a move that outraged his critics and led to speculation that Netanyahu's continued stay could mean that he might refuse to leave. Jerusalem resident body A callous sees it all as a power move on Netanyahu's part his the head of the opposition and that's all he is. It's not doesn't have a role in this government and shouldn't be in the sitting in Belfour. In a statement, the prime minister's office said Netanyahu and Bennett reached an agreement that the former prime minister and his family will vacate the residence on July 10th. And that no official meetings will take place at the residents until

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Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

00:49 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jerusalem" discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Today is tuesday. June twenty seconds. Twenty twenty one in the gregorian calendar and the twelfth of thomas fifty-seven eighty-one in the hebrew calendar. Today i vote in the new york city mayoral election and i also become a citizen of israel. I'm leaving my home city of new york. After many many months of being here. I was not supposed to be here for this long. I am returning to tel aviv. But this time. I'll be entering as a full blown citizen of the country because of this i will not be able to do the show wednesday and thursday as i will literally be traveling. I may be able to return to the show on monday but that is a question mark for me. It depends on how much moving i need to do where i need to be. I might need to take that day off to. So i'm just giving you a heads up. Nevertheless we will be back in business next week. Keep up with us on the israel. Daily news instagram facebook and twitter pages. We will be making israel news there so that you're not completely left to your own devices and don't forget to follow us on those pages as well. Now let's get to the news. Cova cases are rising in israel with one hundred twenty. Five patients diagnosed monday with the virus. This is the highest figure. The country has seen since april twentieth. If you recall yesterday. I stated that there were forty six so we went from forty six to one hundred twenty five patients overnight. Health officials say that this is due to people coming in from abroad who did not adhere to quarantine rules and tuesday. They say that they're going to be increasing the fines in order to punish the violators violence broke out. Once again in the sheiks gironde neighborhood yesterday leading to at least twenty palestinians being injured and four arrested jewish residents of the neighborhood report that palestinian protesters threw stones and molotov cocktails and explosive devices at their houses in retaliation. Jewish residents responded with rocks and pepper spray. But for an all out brawl broke out. Police were called in and they used batons tear gas and skunk water. Cannons and sponge tipped bullets in order to disperse protesters and writers in the streets. Violence in the neighborhood in jerusalem have increased in recent weeks over the impending eviction of some palestinian families. There the evictions are controversial because jewish organizations say that they owned the land and they have. The palestinian families are supposed to pay them rent according to their claims. This is a lawsuit that has been ongoing since the nineteen eighties and has come to a head now as they are at risk of fictions now we have a message from my jewish listings. Which is the only one stop shop to find jewish businesses kosher restaurants and kosher travel destinations. You can use their simple search feature to look up. Anything from clothing stores to lawyers sa- kosher restaurants all around the world with thousands of jewish businesses and tons of reviews. You can find the best places that fit. Whatever it is that you're looking for. My jewish listing support local businesses by posting their discounts and promotions. Visit my jewish listings dot com to find two jewish owned business near you. My jewish listings is just starting to break into the israeli marketplace. So you can say you heard it here. First on the israel daily news podcast you can also find our business listing on my jewish listings dot com. There is a landing page just for the israel. Daily news podcast. So if you want to check that out you can do so idea chief aviv. Havi finally arrived in the us last week after several postponed visits and he had plenty to say to american officials regarding the iran. Nuclear deal go heavy. Spent two days in meetings at the pentagon with us secretary of defense. Lloyd austin and several other prominent american military officials his message. The current nuclear deal with iran is too generous and lax oversight to prevent the country from developing nuclear weapons. former president. Trump withdrew the us from this deal which was originally drafted under the obama administration in two thousand fifteen president biden. Who famously served. As obama's vice president has repeatedly stated his intention to return to the deal and ultimately broker a longer and stronger. One general heavy is not. The first is really to travel to america in an effort to convince the biden administration not to reenter this agreement. Several delegations of leading israeli officials including the former mossad chief and national security adviser have also traveled to the us in recent months to urge officials to steer clear of this and share the huge significance of this issue to israel. Iran has time and again threat into israel to wipe it off the face of the map using nuclear bombs. They say they'll point one at israel and fire away and clear the entire nine million people off of the map. Co hobby was initially scheduled to travel to washington in lee april but his trip was cancelled when tensions between hamas and israel began to rise will keep you updated on if anything comes from this but the bottom administration has been pretty adamant that they do want to reenter this deal and that they're going to do so. Israel's on party says that they will not vote in favor of a law called the family reunification law. In my opinion it doesn't represent what it sounds like but the law prevents palestinians from automatically getting israeli citizenship. If they marry an israeli doesn't the family reunification law sound like if two people were part of a family previously and they got separated somehow. They will be reunited. That's what it sounds like to me. But it's not it's actually about marriage. Roy says the law is racist. The majority of applicants are arab israelis who are applying for their palestinians spouse to gain israeli citizenship. And of course. Sometimes there are jewish israelis who are also applying for a palestinian spouse to gain is really citizenship as well but the majority are arab israelis israeli. Legislators have kept this law in place because they say palestinian terrorists could abuse the right and enter into a marriage as a way to gain entrance and access to israeli territory and that they could use this option to map out potential bombings and terrorist activity. So they tried to prevent people from getting immediate access to citizenship through marriage. For those of you who might be confused. We are talking about israeli citizens in israeli territory. Living in israel they are trying to create marriages with palestinian people living in palestinian authority territories so for example the west bank and at times also the gaza strip which is governed by hamas. The law expires on july sixth. So we'll update you there about whether or not this law is going to be signed again. Or if it's going to erode a reputable israeli think tank released a report saying nearly fifty percent of those killed. During the recent gaza israel war were part of a terrorist group. The mayor ameet intelligence and terrorism information center reviewed more than two hundred palestinian deaths. Forty eight percents of them. According to this report were due to misfires from rockets that kamaz launched in the tiny gaza strip. I liked to explain this to family and friends when they ask me. The gaza strip is not a large please. So if you fire out a rocket from within the gaza strip it is likely that it is going to hurt people nearby..

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Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Strip

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Strip

"Israeli aircraft have carried out a series of air strikes on militant sites in the Gaza Strip the first such raids since shaky ceasefire ended the war with Thomas last month the Israeli ministry says the nighttime strikes targeted facilities used by Hamas the meetings to plan attacks and blamed the group for any act of violence emanating from Gaza Palestinians in Gaza responded by launching in century balloons that caused at least ten fires in southern Israel there be no immediate reports of casualties in the areas concerned on Tuesday Israeli ultranationalist some chanting death to Arabs paraded in East Jerusalem in a show of force that threatens to spark renewed violence I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Israel Responds To "Arson Balloons" With Airstrikes on Gaza

the NewsWorthy

01:08 min | Last week

Israel Responds To "Arson Balloons" With Airstrikes on Gaza

"Started up again in the gaza strip this morning for the first time. Since the end of last month's fighting it all started when the new israeli government allowed a far-right jewish march to pass through palestinian areas of jerusalem in response the palestinian militant group hamas sent arsim balloons into southern israel. They sparked several fires so israel's military says it then launched airstrikes in the gaza strip. Those strikes reportedly struck military compounds. palestinian news reports. Say one of the strike's did cause damage but so far there are no reports of any deaths still. It's concerning for a lot of people in the region since gaza has just barely begun to recover from last month's fighting that's when the united nations says at least two hundred. Fifty palestinians and thirteen israelis were killed and more than sixteen thousand homes in gaza. Were damaged now. This latest violence comes just three days into the new israeli government. Remember israeli prime minister bennett was just sworn into office on sunday. And he's reportedly under tremendous pressure from his party be tough on hamas however the u. n. is asking all sides to avoid any actions that might lead to more

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Israel's New Government Gets to Work After Netanyahu Ouster

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Israel's New Government Gets to Work After Netanyahu Ouster

"Israelis have woken up to a new political landscape of the prime minister Naftali Bennett secured parliament's backing ousted longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu the new government was sworn in late on Sunday and has started work with ministers announcing appointments of new ministry directors on the streets of Jerusalem there were varying reactions to the news of the new political alignment local resident Richard bell thinks Israelis will know if the arrangement is working or not in little more than three months we have to give them a chance yeah give them at least a hundred days of grace see which direction they're headed but it's on it's on Yahoo a slated to hold a hound of the meeting but without the formal ceremony that traditionally accompanies a change in government I'm Charles at that that's not

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Israel To Swear In Government, Ending Netanyahu’s Long Rule

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Israel To Swear In Government, Ending Netanyahu’s Long Rule

"In Jerusalem opinions are split over the vote on the new government ending prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's twelve year rule Neftali Bennett the head of a religious ultra nationalist party is designated to take over as prime minister with the eight parties including a small Arab faction primarily United only by their opposition to the Likud leader but Houston resident Michael damn isn't behind the plan telling the AP he doesn't think the coalition will lost more than a month in contrast Sharon slack when is excited about the new development it's an example of fad Israelis living together co existence you know from all that spectrum of our nation's another symbol to Gilad Ben ami ability success is not a foregone conclusion I wish them luck I'm Charles the last month

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Hundreds Gather at Historic Tulsa Church's Prayer Wall

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Hundreds Gather at Historic Tulsa Church's Prayer Wall

"A prayer wall is been dedicated in Tulsa Oklahoma to honor the victims of the nineteen twenty one massacre that wiped out a prosperous black neighborhood what you're seeing in a service to honor those killed when the Greenwood district of Tulsa known as black Wall Street was attacked may thirty first nineteen twenty one buildings were burned and looted and somewhere between dozens and three hundred people were killed a prayer wall similar to Jerusalem's wailing wall has been dedicated outside the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church Reverend William barber and Katie you L. this wall is not for us to remember the fight they fall the role is to give us the courage to fight the fight we still have to fight president Biden who will visit the neighborhood says after the businesses were destroyed Tulsa officials deliberately passed laws making it too expensive for blacks to rebuild hi Jackie Quinn

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What's the History of US-Israel Relations?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

What's the History of US-Israel Relations?

"Joined first of all from jerusalem by david makovsky distinguished fellow at the washington institute and professor in middle east studies at johns hopkins university david festival. I think when people think about this relationship now it's assumed that this full-throated barely critical support for israel is an article of faith for the united states but if we think back to the foundation of israel in nineteen forty eight was that always the case now not at all the foreign policy establishment of the united states was dead against us. Recognition of israel led by secretary of state. George marshall no foreign policy establishment viewed. Israel is getting in the way of trying to shore up arab support for america's position in the cold war which was deemed critical given the importance of the european recovery and making sure that arab oil slow to europe. So truman the president harry. Truman swearing against the tide and insisting upon immediately after the state was

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High Stakes: What's Next for U.S. Policy on Iran?

People of the Pod

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

High Stakes: What's Next for U.S. Policy on Iran?

"Have european israeli. And american policymakers learned anything since signing the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action otherwise known as the iran. Nuclear agreement seffi sat down earlier this week with ajc jerusalem director vitale liebich ajc transatlantic institute director. Daniel schulman paul and ajc chief policy and political affairs officer. Jason isaacson to analyze. What the next few months could bring during a special live recording. Here's a portion of that conversation. We have a critical topic today and a lot of ground to cover with our agency experts. So let's jump right in jason. I'm turning to you to set the table for us please. In two thousand fifteen after a long process. Ajc ultimately decided to come out against the joint comprehensive plan of action iran deal or the jcp la in two thousand eighteen when president trump pulled the us out of the nuclear deal. We expressed our disappointment there as well. Can you start off by pulling back. The curtain a bit on a what went into our initial two thousand fifteen opposition and be. Why we didn't believe withdrawing from the deal was the right move. Either i keep your question Very much looking forward to our conversation today. We were very concerned about the two thousand fifteen joint comprehensive plan of action for a number of reasons. Spur session say we. We spent some time examining by closely with then secretary of state. John kerry with the tooth negotiator. That's when sherman whom came to jaycees officers in new york. You discussed this with our board. Our feeling was that the deal fell short of what had been expected what had been promised by the administration it did not cover a range of other threats to your on those. In addition to in their program on the coromandel then stop near on song alternately. Being able to develop nuclear weapons capability yet slowed the process down. Absolutely it removed. Uranium enriched uranium that iran had stockpiled force them to make certain adjustments to their centrifuges that they'd had but down the road and not very far down the road in ten years or fifteen years or on mobile to climb right back into that program quite

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Netanyahu's war on Hamas [TEST]

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Netanyahu's war on Hamas [TEST]

"Hello and welcome to the may twenty twenty one podcast from the moment diplomatic. My name's joel. Miller and my guest. This month is shall end. Download a jerusalem based journalist. Who for five decades has been covering israel on the wider middle east. Charles's many publications include a biography of Jamea and most recently a book reflecting on his years as jerusalem correspondent and this month's edition of the paper he's written about the rise and rise of the israeli right. He argues that. The israeli left has consistently failed to understand the uncompromising nature of netanyahu's project despite growing evidence when i called charles in jerusalem a few days after a ceasefire between israel and hamas was announced. I began by asking him what had struck him passionately in the past two weeks. To tell you the truth sweat Rarely surprised me was getting phone. Calls from people in france including jewelries. Think what happened. Everything was quiet for years now. Suddenly everything blows up lays now a new war and what happened with palestinian. Ever seen what quiet. Nothing quite. The fire was ready to burn all the elements where here to have an explosion of violence. No basic problem was his. Netanyahu will for ten years had as his policies to make military agreement cease-fires under the conditions that he would let Qatar bring shoot cases of cash. Do gaza do finances hamas and on the other side in the west bank. No political agreement. Everything is stuck and Settlements are growing within sixty percent of the west bank so everything was just growing growing growing until it grew up so in a sense. You're saying it wasn't a surprise. Did it feel like a repetition or does it feel different this time. Listen i was expecting at some point in time this would happen. I was surprised with the rapidity with which It it became a full scale war between the gaza and israel. This when we're very fast. So this should worry. I believe the policy makers in israel ended order abroad. It dallas sense of deja. Netanyahu has been prime minister since two thousand nine and so i know you've studied the israeli right as part of part of your long career as a journalist. Is it possible to say what netanyahu's endgame is is that clear. Yes preventing the creation of a palestinian State Wrong side israel and to stay in power so vilo survival political survival netanyahu and his old firmly believe the only he has the ability to protect and save the jewish people in israel and abroad so he staying power is of the utmost importance. This is why also he believes and these fighting role judiciary processes that brings him to court for corruption. And so. how do you read. Netanyahu's personal position. Today after the last the events of the last ten days given what you've said about the legal charges that he's facing and the fact that he hasn't been able to form a government for the fourth time. First of all the round of violence between israel and hamas for the cinci came back to power in two thousand nine. Netanyahu has very coaches now to get into full-scale war nut with his better in journals. Not with us is about self Of violence in for example. The two thousand fourteen. This happened without the netanyahu.

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More Than 500 Ex-Biden Staffers Urge President to Condemn Israel

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:38 min | Last month

More Than 500 Ex-Biden Staffers Urge President to Condemn Israel

"Now we'll start in washington where over five hundred democratic party stuff as the written and led to the president. Joe biden calling him to do more to protect palestinians and hold israel accountable for its actions in gaza. Although a ceasefire currently holds two thirty palestinians were killed while twelve israelis died in. The recent conflict will join me on the line. Alison kaplan soma. A journalist for herat's and scott lucas adjunct professor at the clinton institute at university college done scott if we could start with you. What did this letter from the democrats say well. The democrats are calling for more of an emphasis as it were on the palestinian side of the equation. If you wanna it that use that term and that is that on the one hand you've got the question of us military eight israel. you've got senator bernie sanders who has introduced a measure to suspend almost eight hundred million dollars of american arms to israel until you can have a clear cessation of the violence in other words confirmation following last friday's ceasefire. And then secondly. I think that emphasis not only on reconstruction in gaza which is something that the biden administration is promoting including on secretary of state. Lincoln's visit to israel and palestine yesterday but also on the wider issues the issues of jerusalem. The issues of what the democrats these crafts would call an israeli occupation of the palestinian west bank and some time of true to negotiations for a palestinian state after those of effectively stalled since two thousand nine.

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US to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate, Upgrading Palestinian Ties

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | Last month

US to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate, Upgrading Palestinian Ties

"And Palestinian leaders this week to discuss the ongoing ceasefire. Blinken is in the city of Ramallah in the West Bank. He says the U. S is interested in bringing a better quality of life to all those living in Gaza. Working in partnership with the United Nations Theater, National Community, Palestinian Authority, the Palestinian people, the government of Israel to assist in the relief and recovery efforts in God's secretary. Blinken also announced the U. S. Consulate general will reopen in Jerusalem, restoring ties with the Palestinians. That have been downgraded by President Trump's administration. Former President Trump previously placed operations under the authority of his ambassador to Israel when he moved the embassy to the city. The international community is

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US to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate, Upgrading Palestinian Ties

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

US to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate, Upgrading Palestinian Ties

"As it looks to shore up the Mideast ceasefire the U. S. is vowing to help Palestinians rebuild Gaza after it was heavily damaged by Israeli strikes first in Jerusalem and then in the west bank secretary of state Anthony Blinken pledged the U. S. will help support Palestinians not only through aid to bug bite restoring ties the United States will be moving forward with the process to reopen our consulate in Jerusalem the office had been in charge of diplomatic relations with Palestinians but Donald Trump infuriated them by downgrading its operations Blinken told Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu that they both must use the ceasefire to address underlying challenges to peace Sager mag ani Washington

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Blinken Arrives in Israel to Strengthen Gaza Cease-Fire

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:17 sec | Last month

Blinken Arrives in Israel to Strengthen Gaza Cease-Fire

"Reform. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Israel for the start of the Middle East mission aimed at shoring up the recent cease fire between Israel and the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip Blank into scheduled me with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and then later speak with Palestinian Authority

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Blinken Begins Middle East Mission to Bolster Gaza Ceasefire

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | Last month

Blinken Begins Middle East Mission to Bolster Gaza Ceasefire

"S Secretary of State, Antony Blinken has begun a visit to the Middle East, during which he'll try to shore up the cease fire that ended the fighting between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas. Mr Blinken is having talks in Jerusalem with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Later he'll meet the Palestinian leadership. Lord Rebellion is in Jerusalem. Quite modest aims at least publicly for the top American diplomat is he's here on this tour of the Middle East, his first since taking office Antony Blinken is here to make sure the ceasefire is upheld entrance with the Israelis because they do not want the reconstruction effort. For that money to be diverted by him as so that they make more rockets to fire in Israel.

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Blinken in Israel on Mideast tour to shore up Gaza truce

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Blinken in Israel on Mideast tour to shore up Gaza truce

"Secretary of state Antony Blinken has arrived in Israel at the start of the Middle East tool aimed at shoring up of the Gaza ceasefire Lincoln is the highest ranking US official to visit the region since president Joe Biden assumed office the administration had hoped to extricate the U. S. in the region's intractable conflicts and focus elsewhere this being pulled back into the Middle East by another outbreak of violence he's beginning his visit in Israel where a prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political life after a fourth inconclusive election in two years Rankin's Amos may encounter obstacles of such as a whole Israeli leadership Palestinian divisions and deeply rooted tensions surrounding Jerusalem and its holy sites I'm Charles dealer this month

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Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | Last month

Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis

"Cease fire between Israel and Hamas has already been tested. Palestinians and Israeli police briefly clashed in Jerusalem's Al Aksa mosque Friday, with security forces firing tear gas. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports from Gaza. Hamas, the group that controls the Gaza Strip, labeled a terrorist organization by the U. S celebrated the ceasefire as a victory. They fired over 4000 rockets at Israeli towns and cities. Killing 13. Israel's Iron Dome air defense system shut down most of the projectiles. The 11 day battle killed more than 200 people, most of them in Gaza and left large scale destruction. The United Nations has approved more than $18 million in humanitarian relief

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Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Holds Despite Jerusalem Clash

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | Last month

Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Holds Despite Jerusalem Clash

"Fragile cease fire between Israel and Hamas into its second day, but it has been tested. Security forces firing tear gas when Palestinians and Israeli police briefly clashed at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque. Yesterday, your CBS is Holly Williams from Gaza, Israel's retaliation was to pummel the overcrowded Gaza Strip. Where they have no defense. The Israeli government claims it did unprecedented damage to her muss, killing more than 200 militants while doing its best to avoid civilians. But officials here say nearly 70 of those killed or two Red B 11 Day battle did kill more than 200, most of them in Gaza, also leaving large scale destruction. The United Nations has approved more than $18 million in humanitarian relief efforts.

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Gaza Strip: The Untold Story Behind the Horror

Not Another Mum Pod

02:25 min | Last month

Gaza Strip: The Untold Story Behind the Horror

"We're discussing was in everybody's hot. Palestine throughout ramadan tensions were rising palestinians were being restricted in exiting mustard alexa. The third holiest site muslims. Meanwhile israeli settlers were forcibly removing palestinians from their homes in jarrah in east jerusalem on the twenty seventh nineteen ramadan. The holiest night in the holiest month. Israeli troops storm to mustard alexa third-holiest site for muslims while announcing billions were in frustration. Praying to god in the most vulnerable positions alexa on their worshippers. Were attacked using tear-gas gun quarter rubber-coated bullets and shot grenades since then after seven days of bombardment at least two hundred thirty. Two palestinians have lost their lives including sixty five children. One thousand civilians have been injured. Nine hundred thousand displaced on the israeli side at the time of recording this podcast twelve people including two children have died. Although these rarely government has now declared a ceasefire effective in the early hours of this morning documentation continues undecided. However tensions are already rising again. I mean. we don't even know if sweden is going to be able to join the call today a couple of days ago we had this podcast sheduled witness in and she was a nine and then after a few minutes she disappeared and it was radio silent. We didn't hear back from her and tasanai couldn't sleep a wink that night worrying wondering if she was okay and what happened to a hamdala. The next day received a message that the internet connection had been very bad since the beginning of the israeli aggression and in our own world. She said it was due to the israeli fighter. Jets that kept bombing the signal towers affecting her to a good internet network on top of all this where also witnessing so much injustice from the attack to the media whitewashing and the blanket statement of silence or indifference from the world. does it's just disheartening to say the least in. And if he's a really is media bias. I mean they just kept justifying the attacks by saying hamas attacking rockets masa inside buildings and i kept thinking of the old man in gaza with a placard that read you. Take my water ben. My olive trees destroy my house. Take my job still. My land imprison my father killed. My mother bombard my country stall vessel. Humiliate us all i am to blame. I shot a rock back yet. That really really puts it into context and inter perspective.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:48 min | Last month

"jerusalem" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Says that she who are we we're in jerusalem in the courtyard of the georges pilgrim guesthouse where we are staying for a couple of nights before moving onto tel aviv tomorrow we are we are we arrive late last night in jerusalem i should say lionel bernie mine injured should moore we we will be your guides to the time jinyan for the first time will be producing nightly episodes from tile this number one free to the arch the moment he'll be he'll be jetting on on monday to join the coverage by i'm strange here we are talion 'em in in israel and we've been building up to this for a long time and it's not being without its controller sees we've talked a lot about these in the build up the race and but we rival late last night we did a a tourist thing this morning we were able to walk into the old city and have a liquor ryan cramped as much as we could before the racing underwear and there was a lot the happened in the racing i should say that we're producing special episode on israel and jerusalem first of our zero episodes will come monday morning for friends of the podcast and but we'll talk a that later on in that persona by fresh impressions here and so on there's talk of by it was a time trial appro log because bit long for prologue and quite decisive.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"We're talking about the holy city of jerusalem you can join the conversation do you have some stories from jerusalem your favorite sites follow us on twitter you can find us on facebook at on point radio and as we've been saying jerusalem is sacred to three faiths judaism islam and christianity the church of the holy sepulcher is one of the holiest sites in christianity while it's the headquarters of the greek orthodox they share the church with the armenian apostolic roman catholic coptic orthodox cyriaque orthodox an ethiopian 21 hedo here's some video of a guide taking turrets to one of the stations of the cross the place where jesus of nazareth is said to have been crucified place for them is this side over here is it you'll see that we've known that should be rethought that's over south over there the result of the correlation we called him a charge and meanwhile here's a video of a presenter taking viewers on a tour of the western wall or the wailing wall which is one of the holiest sites in the world it's the only remnant of the edifice that stood on the temple mount the location of many critical events in jewish history we've rates the western wall i'm standing near the largest stolen found in the western wall its length is over 40 feet long that is longer than a bus and finally here's the video recorded by a tourist in jerusalem and posted on youtube you can hear the tour guide introducing him to the dome of the rock and islamic shrine located on the temple mount the how the holiest site to muslims in jerusalem day.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Hinson nance meant that he might declare that the united states recognised west jerusalem as the capital of israel he didn't do that though i will note that i believe the czech government followed president trump's lead uh but it said specifically bad it recognized west jerusalem as the capital of israel and my understanding is the belief being that the status of the rest of jerusalem should be settled through negotiations why do you think it is the president didn't go down that road i think the president of was trying to avoid that kind of controversy and it really is very controversial wessel yuksel that he got a controversy by declaring jerusalem is the capital earth i don't want to understate that no it's true obviously but but um you know prior to nineteen sixty seven to the 67 war on israel controlled what we're calling west jerusalem that is not the old city not the east reports of the city west jerusalem and that was where israel's government was the president the prime minister the supreme court the knesset israel's parliament the national museums we're all in the western part of jerusalem but even though israel's government was there an american president since secretaries of state visited their we were unwilling to say it with israel's capital why didn't the president say west jerusalem is israel's capital because there's a huge fight over what about east jerusalem what about the old city is it going to be the capital of palestine is the city ever going to be divided the prisoner tried to avoid those fight by simply saying look the government of israel's in jerusalem that's where our ambassador goes is he israeli official that's where we visit so i'm just gonna say that jerusalem undefined borders undefined is the capital of israel because it's a reality because that's where israel's government is and try to avoid making an american declaration about those other even more contentious issues what about the old city what about east jerusalem what about ever dividing the city what about drew some be in the cap.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Israel having control of what is now known as west jerusalem and there is a dividing line that runs right through the city the old city as under the control of jordan and what's now call the palestinian territories the west bank is is under the control of jordan as well is this is will refer to as east jerusalem so east jerusalem now since the 1960s seven war when israel captured all of jerusalem there is generally a a divisions in the nomenclature dear the old city got and their east jerusalem which means the parts of jerusalem in addition to the old city that were under the control of jordan until the 67 war most of those neighborhoods as of nineteen sixty seven were of course exclusively arab and in a number of cases israeli jews have have moved into those neighborhoods now so they're much more mixed in many cases okay so we're talking about the old city that is where you would find the temple mount the wailing wall right all of the the the famous the most highly valued muslim christian and jewish sites are in the old city so prior to last week venue you've brought us up to the what happened after the 67 war following that there was a move by israel to further consolidate is that right a b east and west right it it's kind of interesting ashley what's jerusalem what are the borders of jerusalem of course they've changed over thousands of years when the israelis took all of jerusalem remember as of the end of the war in 1949 they hold west jerusalem and jordan holes east jerusalem so when the israelis captured jerusalem in sixty seven all of it they enlarge it and they include in the city of jerusalem the municipality of jerusalem a bunch of suburbs arab villages you might say in one refugee camp that had never before been considered part of the municipality of jerusalem jerusalem today is the largest jerusalem that there's ever been and all of the thousands of years of history there's the physical jerusalem uh that's that's taking shape under israeli auspices but there's still the aspirational jerusalem for both israelis and palestinians could you talk a little bit about what that.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Is almost as important as what he did say and he also did stay repeatedly that he understands that the peace talks still have to go on he understands that the final borders are still subject to negotiation but he also and his advisors also claimed look this is the reality jerusalem is israel's capital israel has its many of its government offices in jerusalem so they say we're just recognizing what's really there but we're still open to negotiations longrun so it's sort of like china have a both ways and i don't know you you know how's it going to work out we'll have to see your come on obt giving books going to play well in the region it's not playing that well right now i mean already clashes and the arab countries have come out against us pretty much every country has like you mentioned there is even the plans to hold an emergency session of the security council at the united nations tomorrow based on what the united states just it and that's pretty extraordinary your brothers richard you're what footdragging to the reaction will a bit because the reaction in israel was living not surprisingly overwhelmingly positive bibi netanyahu is lavished praise on trump he's getting cheered in the streets the reaction in palestine is totally reverse prime minister a boss said it's an attempt to change our history and it will not succeeded to palestinian city and arab city a christian city in a muslim city someone up pointedly left out of the jewish city as we speak palestinianisraeli forces are are clashing in the west bank and gaza though leader of hamas has called for a new intifada the state department is set up a 24hour monitoring centre to keep track of all the.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Well both israel and palestinians of the palestinians have claims on jerusalem of at least parts of it in the case of the israelis for sure you know they claim a the whole city undivided and eternal as their capital and for decades of the us and other countries have not taken a position on this they've said that the status of jerusalem should be one of those things as negotiated as part of a peace deal one of those final big sensitive things and so they have tried not to formally side with one group or the other on the status of this very holy city and so for trump to do this and say you know what we believe that jerusalem is the capital of israel it really sends a message to a lot of palestinians at least that's the way they're taking it and and many others in the arab world that he's basically citing with the israelis over them and it's something that so um have shocking to a lot of people but frankly after the last year or so of this presidency in many ways it shouldn't be shocking because trump has shown that he is willing to buck the international consensus on any number of issues uram it's like every piece of negotiations over a twostate solution every piece of it is fraught i can't think of a piece of negotiation that has more fraught then jerusalem in who will get what territory and notably he didn't mention in his speech that the palestinians want to have their capital in east jerusalem that was just left out right and you could take that in a positive way like you could say we'll because he didn't say anything he might be open to it and he didn't use the word undivided jerusalem being the capital of israel so that sort of left the opening that may be in the long run he might be willing to settle for something that does divide the city and innocent so what he didn't say and to some extent was.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Amanpour

"While we ought to say that but everyone knows that jerusalem is jerusalem the municipal boundaries of jerusalem are very clear uh the include the entire holy city old city of jerusalem temple mount mount of olives mount scopus etcetera so that's a pretty clear to everyone i think though there is a big opportunity here and i would expect that the palestinians are hope that this time they don't uh you know used this opportunity to blow the opportunity and opportunity has to sit down and speak truth and you know for the past twenty 25 years we've been failing peace because precisely because it's been predicated on putting god fences in in the heart of jerusalem that's not going to happen and now we can do piece all right what do you say to that sob erakat obviously the president said the same thing it's time to try something new and this is an opportunity did you hear any new ideas from the president on peace and also just on jerusalem did you hear him say it wasn't for the palestinians as well what if this sharing a i think ignoring fox don't mean they don't exist israelis like mr benetton others may dictate 'cause they've occupying power they have the military power they may seek to have one state two systems which is upper fight seven at knows it very went the way we are treated and the fact of life is here i'm trying to make peace with the israelis have advocated nice as right right to exist and the ninety six seven light i've accepted a palestinian state with east jerusalem as capital to live sidebyside the state of israel in peace insecurity.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"I think that's eighty that really is the profound point that uh that president trump would have done a good job by elaborating on and then i think your point is correct he touched on the point but he didn't really elaborate on it i think his statement was basically very good but it would have been better had he spent a little more time on the point that you just made which is the jerusalem issue is highly significant because the essence of the arab objection to israel throughout israel's entire existence and even to the zionist movement before israel came into existence the essence of their objection is that the jewish people have no rights at all in the land of israel in palestine and that the jews are not a nation that they do not have the historical can connection to the land that basically everybody who knows history knows that in fact they do and this denial of any jewish connection to the land in any jewish national writes in the land is really what the arabisraeli conflict has been about for over a hundred years and so the point that says david that the jews have no claim to jerusalem as their capital goes to the heart of this kind of philosophical ideological religious and nationalistic objection that the arabs have to the existence of the state of israel and so i think getting beyond that issue as the united states has now done really does contribute to peace because one of the most important messages the united states can deliver is that we don't consider those fundamental objections to israel's existence to be legitimate and we don't have to respect them and it doesn't make any sense to deny the reality of the jewish connection to jerusalem or jerusalem's role as israel's capital you i think a lot of listeners are around the world who are hearing this podcast are asking why now and why it's important to do this now while the at the media.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"And has not promoted peace between the israelis and the palestinians so i think a change was in order well and president trump made that point yesterday where he said it's folly to try and i'm paraphrasing here the same failed policies and expect a different result doug i also thought the the way that the president handled that question of distinguishing between west jerusalem where these which is the seat of the israeli government in east jerusalem which as you say has been administered by israel since that nineteen 67 war with jordan it that was neatly fudged because the president didn't distinguish between the two parts of the city and reiterated that he's not making a judgment on who should be in control of what parts or of whether or not in the future there might be a palestinian capital in some part of jerusalem he kind of said hands off in in essential lee effectively recognized the government which is already in in west jerusalem but he didn't didn't make that distinction explicitly that struck me as quite important i agree he his statement was a remarkably careful and nuanced from the one of the things that some people thought he was going to stumble over was trying to deal with the distinction between east and west roussel and had he tried god it would have suggested that us policy favoured dividing the city and as anybody knows who's been to jerusalem it it is the in the jewish and arab areas are are connected and interconnected in ways that would make a physical division of the city extremely difficult.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"For his courageous unjust decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel and to prepare for the opening of the us embassy here this decision reflects the president's commitment to an ancient but enduring truth to fulfilling his promises and to advancing peace the president's decision is an important step towards peace for there is no peace that doesn't include jerusalem as the capital of the state of israel now may least edited jeremy barron gave me his assessment i listen to all i watched what he said when he was making his announcement in one thing that occurred to me once he'd made it talked about israel's rights talked about recognizing reality then he got onto his his passage about the imports of peace i think that he could have made that much more convincing if he'd said israel has a right to capital in jerusalem but so do the so to the palestinians but you can say that or any thing like kitty basically they offered them nothing so palestinians i think in the main and their allies and friends will be saying that just empty words and actually what it is is a ringing backing a ringing vote of confidence in israel on what it's doing in jerusalem yes he said it was long overdue it was the right thing to do the recognition of realities it possible to see that as you suggested there is anything other than favoring the israelis now it's a it's a huge pat on the back for the israelis more than a pat on the back it sir you know the the activities of the israelis in jerusalem are controversial uh particularly i'm talking about on the occupied side of jerusalem which they don't accept is occupied for example in the district to sell one which the israeli settlers who who lived there cool the city of david there are a lot of lebanon cuello demolitions of palestinian houses and people are being forced palestinians have been.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Therefore i have determined that it is time to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel while previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise they failed to deliver today i am delivering i've judge this course of action to be in the best interests of the united states of america and the pursuit of peace between israel and the palestinians this is a longoverdue step to advance the peace process and to work towards a lasting agreement israel is a sovereign nation with the right like every other sovereign nation to determine its own capital acknowledging this is a fact is a necessary condition for achieving peace the announcement fulfills a campaign promise donald trump made to his supporters but a reverse his decades of us foreign policy the reaction from the palestinians wall smelt surprisingly condemnation of the move and ashwari is a senior member of the plo i think this is this asked us it's not wellthoughtout it does and dialect a contradiction of the most basic requirements of peace at violates international law it shows total bias in favor of is then it shows an accommodation of uh illegal annexation of jerusalem it shows an accommodation and support for occupation and forward force and military violence and at the same time it says we recognize the reality what is reality the law should be the basis of any of that gig nation the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu on the other hand showed his delight with mr trump's decision we're performed grateful for the president.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Palestinian authority a terrorist group as well as other muslim nations that were propping up that terrorist group this was stupid policy so let's begin with the facts jerusalem is was and will be the eternal capital of israel jerusalem is only important the only reason you've heard of it the only reason anyone cares about it is because the jews made it important k that is literally the only reason otherwise just another city in the middle east brought the capital of the kingdom of israel and the site of the temple it was the wellspring of judaic thought for literally millennia okay when i pray three times a day jerusalem is mentioned frequently in those prayers both christianity and islam value jerusalem because judaeism did first the dream of jerusalem has animated the jewish people for its entire existence most famous case being in psalms one thirty seven where it says if i forget the jerusalem may my right hand forget its skill jerusalem is mentioned literally hundreds of times in what we call tanaka be the old testament to that includes the tora as well as the prophets and the writings the only reason that is not mentioned specifically in the bible to moses because of that time is actually to cities one called you ruined the other called shall lame and then it was put together into your roof i am red became one city sort of like buddha and pash became gouda bashed in any case it's always been the sensor of judaic thinking it's always been the holiest spot in judaism jerusalem by contrast is not mentioned one single time anywhere in the koran if jews don't have a claim to jerusalem and this is the root of live muslims want to declare the jews don't have a claim also it's the root of why the papacy has been really split on jerusalem are there have been popes who have been pro the idea of jewish sovereignty in jerusalem and then the current hope says that it should be internationalize which is just insipid because if you have muslim rule over jerusalem that means nobody else gets to come in and again jewish sovereignty over a jewish holy site seems like the basic the basic notion is just moral especially since jews have maintained the holy sites about muslims and christians in jerusalem.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And so now the muslims are constantly battling over whether who owns that land in the palestinians want land and they want to have ownership in in may in part of israel and they want jerusalem as their own capital and so they are there's been this like eternal struggle this religious and cultural struggle in the middle east built around jerusalem and around the jewish state with every muslim nation petitioning demanding that israel not be granted statehood nurse status in the international community as a stayed they don't recognize israel is state and they don't want jerusalem to be their capital and they were fighting tooth and nail to prevent this from happening so one of the things that these guys are commending jordan's coming out in and making the case against this you've also got the a deputy prime minister of turkey saying if the status of jerusalem is changed or another step taken that would be a major catastrophe it would completely destroy the fragile peace process in the region and lead to new conflicts new disputes and new unrest well can i just slow everybody's role for a minute and tell you that iran they're not s the they're not at peace there is a temporary lull in the fighting but the palestinians have not stopped fighting the jews have not stopped fighting they are going to continue to fight and porsche and if the jews are not annexing more ground and building more settlements than the palestinians are to be lobbing rockets over into jerusalem to try and persuade the other side to give up there in the epic battle and nobody's going to win at the only way somebody's going to win is when the other side is dead.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"Priority the he would indeed be the president that moves the embassy to jerusalem but of course this is a disputed city with the jews uh claiming the entire city the palestinians claiming east jerusalem joe i find it hard to believe that say moving in embassy moving bureaucrats from tel aviv to let's say they move it to west jerusalem so not into the really disputed part of the city would or should result in the kind of protests that arab countries like jordan are warning might happen what in your mind is at stake here for the president well i think the earned this may be a theme the tories in our earlier discussion on this podcast in it's really a bell honesty it's built all your being clearer what you're worn and you're going to get there on your i thought the way you phrased the problem in the beginning is spot on high there's never really bennett debate that jerusalem as israel's capital are the only issues benefit the the diplomatic in the political question of whether or when it would make sense to move the us embassy and a big part of the theory behind not moving it had been that as long as off the air that step had not been taken it would be it would leave open the door to negotiations in a peace process between israel and the palestinians uh and yet after a certain point i do think you have to ask uh why are we keeping the door open to a process the palestinians in particular or not interested in engaging with in any sort of serious way now i is i mean is absolutely i look i i think the president by name during his wishes so clear during the campaign in giving speeches and speaking in particular to the us a jewish community promising to do this has laid down a marker and i think.

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"jerusalem" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"jerusalem" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

"But east jerusalem including the old city was captured and annexed by jordan said basically it was held by jordan brought up until benatti sixty seven sixday war so in the nineteenth sixty seven sixday war israel captured east jerusalem and the old city in the sort of surrounding territory and than readymade jerusalem its capital so all branches of the israeli government are in jerusalem you've got the knesset which the parliament the residence officials residence the promise the president the supreme court now the international community braley focus on east jerusalem and the disputed area and so it doesn't officially recognize jerusalem as the israel state capital so no i've foreign embassy is based in jerusalem they tend to be based in a tel aviv so that you had because of that conflict and the lack of recognition and the disputed area it said it you know you'll find all votes the official capital of israel you'll find a year the embassy's cetera in tel aviv so let me talk about as more general tips best hump to go it gets very hot in summer obviously it's in the northern hemisphere so july august is particular hot in winter does get much colder and so actually i was there's of which tom and actually the temperatures were very comparable with london now it's it's hard to say the best time to go off to because it's busy you of these three religions that already focused address him so that's pretty much always some event or important holiday going on but of course you know you know during the week our school holidays it's going to be the best time to go now the other thing to bear modest jerusalem sticks to of very orthodox jewish sabbath several friday sundown until after doc on saturday pretty much everything is closed down the old city because of its big muslim sect which autobahn will detail in a part of that is more open an active at at time but you know the weekend ready from thursday night until saturday night is the real heart of the weekend so that's the most expensive time of four hotels if he.

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