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Sixth & I LIVE
Daniel Sokatch, New Israel Fund CEO, with Jodi Rudoren

Sixth & I LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 66:06


In Can We Talk About Israel? A Guide for the Curious, Confused, and Conflicted, New Israel Fund CEO Daniel Sokatch meets the emotional landmines of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict head-on and answers seemingly off-the-table questions with nuanced perspective and understanding. In conversation with Jodi Rudoren, the editor-in-chief of the Forward. This program was held virtually with the Forward on November 8, 2021.

The Audio Long Read
From the archive: BDS: how a controversial non-violent movement has transformed the Israeli-Palestinian debate

The Audio Long Read

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 74:38


We are raiding the Audio Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2018: Israel sees the international boycott campaign as an existential threat to the Jewish state. Palestinians regard it as their last resort. By Nathan Thrall. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod

The Land of Israel Network
The Jewish Story: Yitzhak Rabin's First Term, part II

The Land of Israel Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 45:43


Yitzhak Rabin faced conflicts on all three fronts of Jewish history - within Am Yisrael, between Israel and the nations, and as a people in their land. This episode focuses on the third, as the Arab/Israeli war shifts into the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. This new phase of struggle will see the rise of the PLO as a legitimate political force, the strengthening of Palestinian identity among Israeli Arabs through the birth of Land Day and a horrific surge in terror.

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter
Encore Edition: Open Line 440

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 58:30


Shocker – Hurricane Ida is blamed on Global Warming and the solution is to pass the new infrastructure bill. A trilateral summit calls for the International Community to oversee Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations. And the prophesied rising spirit of Islam in our world—all in the news today. We will analyze these topics while taking your calls on this open-line edition of End of the Age!

Unholy: Two Jews on the news
A conversation with special guest Yuval Noah Harari

Unholy: Two Jews on the news

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 61:47


We are delighted to have Prof. Yuval Noah Harari as our special guest this week. Right before he leaves for a two month meditation retreat, Yuval gets together with Yonit and Jonathan for a conversation on pandemics, climate change, corporations vs. governments, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, trans rights and shares some interesting Bar Mitzvah experiences.  Yuval's new book Sapiens: A graphic history is available now. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Identity/Crisis
The Conflict About the Conflict

Identity/Crisis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:04


The Jewish community is being pulled apart by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Both the left and the right are driving the debate to extremes, pushing the majority of Jews in the center to disengage. Yehuda Kurtzer and Dov Waxman, (UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies) examine this shift and ask if the positions of the new Jewish left are still compatible with liberal Zionism.

The Non-Prophets
The Non-Prophets 20.45 11-07-2021 Nate Smith, Puck, Teo El Ateo, and Secular Rarity

The Non-Prophets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 81:35


This episode is truly LIT! Nate Smith leads the show, Mateo and Secular Rarity argue over best hair, and Puck returns to the Non-Prophets' hosting seat. The panel opens up a talk on recent news out of Ghana where the Archbishop of Canterbury criticizes a proposed bill encouraging increased penalties against the LGBT community. Special NP Recap involving more instances of African Pastors performing resurrection acts and fatally losing their lives because of it. The conversation takes a deep dive into the continuing dysfunction surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Latest “S**t Internet Apologists Say” conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles claims the American government is using the COVID-19 vaccine to impregnate its' citizens with parasitic eggs in order to amass an uncivil “evil cabal” … We wish we were making this s**t up.

Israel Policy Pod
IPF Atid: Climate Security Ep. 1

Israel Policy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 54:32


In a region already marred by conflict, the threats posed by climate change are particularly immense. In this episode, Shanie Reichman and Max Webb of IPF Atid host Ecopeace Founder and Israel Director Gidon Bromberg, who recently attended the COP26 U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow as part of Israel's delegation. They discuss the role that climate security and environmental concerns, from water insecurity to wildfires, play in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and how they will shape prospects for a future two-state solution.Support the show (https://ipf.li/3jzyDg5)

The Roundtable
"Master of the Game: Henry Kissinger and the Art of Middle East Diplomacy" by Martin Indyk

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 18:09


More than twenty years have elapsed since the United States last brokered a peace agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians. In that time, three presidents have tried and failed. Martin Indyk, a former United States ambassador to Israel and special envoy for the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations in 2013, has experienced these political frustrations and disappointments firsthand.

All Sides with Ann Fisher
Overcoming Polarization

All Sides with Ann Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 49:55


Can lessons learned from negotiations in Northern Ireland and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict help promote constructive dialogues and compromises in America?

Israel Policy Pod
From Fauda to Hollywood with Avi Issacharoff

Israel Policy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 50:44


The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has recently returned to the headlines, but it has been prominently on-screen for several years thanks to the hit Israeli television show, Fauda. In this episode, Tel Aviv-based journalist and Israel Policy Forum Policy Advisor Neri Zilber hosts Israeli journalist and Fauda co-creator Avi Issacharoff for a wide-ranging conversation on the show's origins, his career path, what he thinks about the new Israeli government's strategy of "shrinking the conflict," Palestinian politics after Mahmoud Abbas, and the state of play in Gaza.Support the show (https://ipf.li/3jzyDg5)

On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti, an Al-Monitor Podcast
World not trusting Israel's ‘flimsy' terrorist claims against Palestinian NGO's, says Daoud Kuttab

On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti, an Al-Monitor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 31:07


Al-Monitor columnist Daoud Kuttab says that Jerusalem and settlements remain the big issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; why Hamas is gaining in popularity; how Palestinian President Mahmoud is managed the consequences of the Abraham Accords and thinking about his legacy and succession; and why we may see more Palestinian protests in the coming year.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Policy and Rights
Policy and Rights Climate Change Health and Poverty October 2021

Policy and Rights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 77:52


olitical stagnation is “fuelling tensions, instability and a deepening sense of hopelessness”, the top UN official working towards peace in the Middle East warned the Security Council on Tuesday. “We should have no illusions about the current state of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict”, Special Coordinator Tor Wennesland said, describing a situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) that continues to deteriorate, with no progress towards a two-State solution.Cycle of violenceHe painted a picture of an “increasingly desperate reality” shaped by extremists and unilateral actions on all sides, that threaten to heighten risks for Palestinians, Israelis and the entire region.Security Council Media Stakeout by Ambassador Raychelle Omamo, Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya, on the situation in the Great Lakes region.International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), comprises of Angola, Burundi, the Central African Republic, the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, the Sudan, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania and Zambia.

Israel Policy Pod
The New Normal

Israel Policy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 36:04


With the release of Israel Policy Forum's report on Arab-Israeli Normalization and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict earlier this week, The New Normal co-authors Michael Koplow, Shira Efron, and Evan Gottesman examine six recommendations to leverage the Abraham Accords to advance a future two-state outcome, as well as the obstacles those proposals face.Support the show (https://ipf.li/3jzyDg5)

Mother's Quest Podcast
On a Quest for Peace and Reconciliation Parent's Circle Interview With Parents Circle's Layla and Robi

Mother's Quest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 60:01


I'm honored to share this special episode of the Mother's Quest Podcast. Thank you for showing up to this important conversation about two mothers and their quest for peace and reconciliation in Palestine and Israel. Thank you for choosing to press play.  If ever there was a year demanding us to "show up" this has been one. From COVID to floods and fires and refugee crises...our consciousness has had a lot to hold. It can be all too easy to shut down. To throw up our hands. And to say "what can I do?" That question "what can I do?" is one I asked myself during the crisis that unfolded in Palestine and Israel In May of 2021. For days, watching the horrifying headlines, I felt powerless. Then several truths came to me and an intention to find a path to action which I shared in a FB post, like sending a wish to the universe. The very next day, the “guides” I was looking for appeared.  In a conversation with my mother, I learned about the Parents Circle, an incredible organization of Palestinians and Israelis who have lost children or family members in the conflict, and instead of turning to revenge, come together to work toward peace and reconciliation. Soon after, I found myself recording a conversation with Layla Alsheikh, a Palestinian mother originally born in Jordan, who lost her son Qussay at the age of 6 months old. And Robi Damelin,  an Israeli mother, originally from South Africa, who lost her adult son David while he was serving in the army. Although today's topic is especially heavy - one of loss and tremendous grief, Layla and Robi share their narratives with us for a specific purpose - to help us understand their experience and to support their efforts in bringing Palestinian and Israeli mothers in particular together to work toward change. Inspired by all they shared with me, the week after we recorded, I began to raise money toward a fund to help them bring together bereaved Palestinian and Israeli mothers of the Parents Circle. Along the way, I've been moved by so many mothers who have already contributed. Mothers like Jena Schwartz, who dedicates this episode with a beautiful poem she shares at the end of this conversation. Jena was the first to donate and her powerful words are an invitation to you to say “yes” to this cause.  To date we have raised $5,000, half of the $10,000 goal I set. And we have more to go. Though the height of the crisis in May has receded from the headlines, violence continues in many forms, and the path for peace and reconciliation is needed more than ever.  I ask you to listen with an open heart, to follow the links in the show notes to learn more, to contribute in any amount meaningful to you, and to amplify the voices of Layla, Robi and others like them, mothers closest to this conflict. They are a key to any path forward.   In this episode we talk about: The experiences of two mothers Robi and Layla - one Israeli and one Palestianian -  who lost children in the conflict and turned their grief into a quest for peace and reconciliation. The tremendous power of listening to bereaved mothers' stories.  How Robi and Layla each got involved with The Parent's Circle, an organization of Palestinian and Israelis that brings bereaved parents and family members together in solidarity.  How you can help support the Parent Circle and promote peace and reconciliation among Israeli and Palestinian families. The importance of not importing the conflict into our own countriesWhy we shouldn't position ourselves as Pro-Palestinian or Pro-Israeli but Pro- Peace. How Robi and Layla sustain themselves and find continued hope, even in their loss.  Opportunities to get involved and how we can specifically support the mothers of the Parents Circle to come together.  Poet Jena Schwartz' powerful poem “The Undefended Heart” and an invitation to contribute.    This episode's challenge:  Both Layla and Robi challenge us to join them in fighting for peace instead of violence in the following ways:  Contribute to the fund to help them bring together Palestinian and Israeli mothers Invite representatives of the Parents Circles to your groups, synagogues, churches, mosques and organizations to share their story.  Follow the work of the Parents Circle and participate in their educational and awareness-building opportunities About Layla: Layla Alsheikh was born and raised in Jordan. She had a peaceful and normal upbringing and graduated with a degree in accounting and business management. She eventually met her husband in Jordan 1999 and moved to Bethlehem, where her husband lived for the wedding. However, a few years later tragedy struck her life.   In 2002, her 6 months old son, Qussay, became ill and Israeli soldiers prevented Layla from taking him to the hospital for more than five hours. Qussay soon died from the lack of timely treatment. Layla joined the Parents Circle in 2016. Following her son's death, she never thought of revenge, but rather has devoted her time and energy to ensuring a better, more peaceful future for her children.   About Robi: Robi Damelin was originally from South Africa and came to Israel in 1967. She originally came to Israel as a volunteer after the “Six Day War”. Her real plan was to live in the states but after spending time in Israel she developed a love-hate relationship with the place. She eventually got married and had two kids here. Unfortunately, Robi's son, David, was killed by a Palestinian sniper in 2002 while guarding a checkpoint near a settlement during his army reserve service. She speaks to Israelis, Palestinians, and audiences all over the world to demand that reconciliation be a part of any peace agreement. Robi was named a 2015 Woman of Impact by Women in the World.   Follow Robi:  Website Twitter     About the Parents Circle The Parents Circle – Families Forum is a joint Israeli-Palestinian organization made up of more than 600 bereaved families. Their common bond is that they have lost a close family member to the conflict. But instead of choosing revenge, they have chosen a path of reconciliation. American Friends of the Parents Circle – Families Forum shares the human side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the American public in order to foster a peace and reconciliation process. The Parents Circle Policies: We work towards an end to violence and towards achieving an accepted political agreement. The members of the Parents Circle oppose the Occupation and believe that it is possible to end the conflict.  They wish  to influence the public and in turn, decision makers, to choose reconciliation and the path of peace over violence and war.   Our goal is to create a framework of reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians to support any political peace agreement.   To prevent further bereavement and to avoid the use of bereavement for further violence and retribution.     Connect with the Parents Circle  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube     This Episode is Dedicated by: Jena Schwartz  Jena Schwartz is a writing coach, poet, and activist in Western Massachusetts whose work is deeply rooted in Jewish values. As a mother herself, "The Undefended Heart" emerged as a prayer of sorts out of her own yearning for peace in the face of so much injustice and suffering in Israel/Palestine. Connect with Jena: Website Facebook  Twitter  Instagram LinkedIn   Additional Reading/Listening: Mother's Quest Blog Post which introduces the Mother's Quest Fundraising Campaign  Side by Side: Parallel Histories of Israel-Palestine - Book recommended by the Parents Circle to better understand the conflict Ep 55: From Grief to Advocacy and a Circle of Mothers with Trayvon Martin's Mother Sybrina Fulton - Episode referenced which also explores turning grief into action and healing.   Special thanks to Shehla Sa Ni, Kris Zarnoch, Jen Fornal, and Bear Beat Productions for their help and care in editing this episode “Swirling in a sea of uncertainty My voice, tenuously found over the last few years, silent again I don't know enough, I tell myself But deep down, feel this to be untrue In the quiet of my late-night scrolling, searching for answers I never find, instead I reveal some truths within. We are all deeply connected The harm to one mother and her child is harm to every mother and every child, regardless of our differences A history of oppression and casting out can never justify more of the same Extremism in any form becomes a cancer Silence and doing nothing is a choice. A choice I cannot make. So I will remember I am not alone There are guides all around me And ways to make an impact that will reveal themselves If I just take the first step.” Julie Neale FB Post May 17, 2021 

For Heaven's Sake
#34: Is “Shrinking” the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict the Right Strategy?

For Heaven's Sake

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 39:13


Proposed by Hartman senior fellow Micah Goodman, the idea of “shrinking the conflict” is a new strategy for moving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict forward. What does it mean and what does it entail? Is it a step forward or a step backwards? In this episode, Donniel Hartman, Yossi Klein Halevi and Elana Stein Hain discuss the moral benefits and the moral pitfalls of this new strategy, and whether it is a permanent solution or a temporary one.

Democracy in Question?
Challenges of the Israeli democracy today

Democracy in Question?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 33:38


Democracy in Question? is brought to you by:• Central European University: CEU• The Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: AHCD• The Podcast Company: Novel Follow us on social media!• Central European University: @CEU• Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: @AHDCentreSubscribe to the show. If you enjoyed what you listened to, you can support us by leaving a review and sharing our podcast in your networks!  BibliographyBurg, A (2018). In Days to Come["A New Hope for Israel"]. Israel: Nation BooksBurg, A. (2016). The Holocaust Is Over; We Must Rise From Its Ashes. UnitedStates: St. Martin's Publishing Group.Burg, A (2012). Very Near to You: Human Readings of the Torah, Jerusalem,Israel: Gefen Pub House.Elkana, Yehuda (1988), ‘The Need to Forget'. Ha'aretz.Hirschman, A (1970). Exit, Voice, and Loyalty: Responses to Decline in Firms,Organizations, and States. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.GlossaryJewish Agency (for Israel)The Jewish Agency since 1929 provides the global framework for Jewish people, ensures global Jewish safety, strengthens Jewish identity and connects Jews to Israel and one another. Source:Benjamin NetanyahuBenjamin Netanyahu, Israeli politician and diplomat who served as Israel's permanent representative to the United Nations in the ‘80s and twice as his country's prime minister (1996–99 and 2009–21) and was the longest-serving prime minister since Israel's independence. Source:Nation LawIsrael as the Nation-State of the Jewish People informally known as the Nation-State Bill  or the Nationality Bill, is an Israeli Basic Law largely symbolic and declarative in nature,passed by the Israeli Parliament (Knesset) on 19 July 2018. The legislation declares that Israel is the historic homeland of the Jewish people, and that “the right to exercise national self-determination in the State of Israel is unique to the Jewish people.” It establishes Hebrew as the official language of Israel and downgrades Arabic to a language with “special status”. The law also asserts that Jewish settlement—without specifying where—is a national value, and promises to encourage and advance settlement efforts. Source:Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)The OPT consists of the West bank (including East Jerusalem) and Gaza. Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza during the 1967 war. The launch of the 1993 Oslo peace process between Israel and the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) led to the creation of  the Palestinian Authority (PA). Source:Targeted prevention or targeted killings by the Israel Defence Forces (IDF): Targeted prevention occurred in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict against persons accused of carrying out or planning attacks on Israeli targets in the West Bank or inside Israel. Source:Yehuda Elkana (1934-2012)Yehuda Elkana was a historian and philosopher of science, the third President and Rector of Central European University (1999-2009), an Auschwitz survivor who became an international scholar and public intellectual with a deep commitment to open society. He was an academic pioneer, leading CEU for nearly half the life of the University. Source:Green LineIsrael's territory according to the agreed 1949 Armistice Demarcation Line encompassed about 78% of the Mandate area, while the other parts, namely the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, were occupied by Jordan and Egypt respectively. The 1949 Armistice Lines between Israel and its Arab neighbors came to be known as The Green Line. Source:'73 WarYom Kippur War, also called the October War, the Ramadan War, the Arab-Israeli war of October 1973, or the Fourth Arab-Israeli War, was initiated by Egypt and Syria on October 6, 1973, on the Jewish holy day of Yom kippur. It also occurred during Ramadan, the sacred month of fasting in Islam. The war was launched with the diplomatic aim of persuading Israel to negotiate on terms more favourable to the Arab countries. The Six-Day War in 1967, the previous Arab-Israeli war, in which Israel had captured and occupied Arab territories including the Sinai Peninsula and Golan Heights was followed by years of sporadic fighting. When Anwar Sadat became President of Egypt  shortly after the War of Attrition (1969–70) ended, made overtures to reach a peaceful settlement if, Israel would return the territories it had captured. Israel rejected those terms, and the fighting developed into a full-scale war in 1973. Source:Peace with Egypt known as Camp David AccordsCamp David Accords, agreements between Israel and Egypt signed on September 17, 1978, that led in the following year to a peace treaty between those two countries, the first such treaty between Israel and any of its Arab neighbours. Brokered by U.S. President Jimmy Carter between Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and officially titled the “Framework for Peace in the Middle East,” the agreements became known as the Camp David Accords because the negotiations took place at the U.S. presidential retreat at Camp David, Maryland. Sadat and Begin were awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1978 for their contributions to the agreements. Source:IntifadaIntifadah, (“shaking off”), either of two popular uprisings of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza aimed at ending Israel's occupation of those territories and creating an independent Palestinian state. The first intifada began in December 1987 and ended in September 1993 with the signing of the first Oslo Accords which provided a framework for peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. The second intifada, sometimes called the Al-Aqṣā intifada, began in September 2000. Although no single event signaled its end, most analysts agree that it had run its course by late 2005. The two uprisings resulted in the death of more than 5,000 Palestinians and some 1,400 Israelis. Source:Oslo accordsThe Oslo Accords were a landmark moment in the pursuit of peace in the Middle East. A set of two separate agreements signed by the government of Israel and the leadership of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)—the militant organization established in 1964 to create a Palestinian state in the region—the Oslo Accords were ratified in Washington, D.C., in 1993 (Oslo I) and in Taba, Egypt, in 1995 (Oslo II). While provisions drafted during the talks remain in effect today, the relationship between the two sides continues to be marred by conflict. Source:  

Speak Hebrew - Love Israel?
Will Indonesia be the next country to normalise relations/have peace with Israel?

Speak Hebrew - Love Israel?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 46:18


After the US has offered Indonesia an increase of aid by up to $2 billion if it normalised ties with Israel, the question of normalisation with Israel remains. But what do Indonesians think about it, and how are Indonesians divided about this issue? Join a conversation with Gilang Lukman, the first Indonesian to study MA in Middle East in Oxford University and a Peace Advocacy Fellow of the Balfour Project, and get an idea why in Indonesia, despite living far away from the middle east,  Israel-Palestine is such a concerning issue among global conflicts, and how it divides communities there.  Listen to Gilang speaking about: Why are some pro Palestinian activists in Indonesia fascinated about the Hebrew language? Why did the Palestinian embassy in Indonesia protest against the use of their national symbols? How was the pro-Israeli camp emerged in Indonesia? Is learning Hebrew providing an Indonesian Muslim the credentials to speak to the non-muslim population? Why have some Christian Indonesians changed their name to Hebrew names, and have started greeting saying ‘Shalom'? and what does it say about them? Why, for some Muslims, it would be theologically problematic to say “marry Christmas” but not “Chag Sameach”? How does their own history of colonisation affect how Indonesians see the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? What does “Jewish territorialism” mean (hint: Let the Jews have a state outside of Palestine…), and why is Gilang sympathetic to this idea? What would Gilang respond to Israelis who feel that “there are so many Muslim states – why is it wrong to have 1 Jewish state?”? Who are the 3 segments of Indonesian society who would support normalisation with Israel?  Will there be any benefit in normalising relations with Israel for future Palestinian independence?

RT
On Contact: Israeli-Palestinian conflict

RT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 26:49


On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Professor Ilan Pappe from the University of Exeter. The Biden administration has turned its back on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, always more political theater than an honest effort by the United States to broker an equitable agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis. This means the brutal military occupation in the West Bank and East Jerusalem will continue, the 15-year siege in Gaza, which includes frequent Israeli bombardments that have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Palestinian noncombatants, will continue, the Palestinian diaspora will not be permitted to return, the Israeli seizure of Palestinian land and bulldozing of Palestinian homes will expand, the US Embassy, moved by Donald Trump to Jerusalem in violation of international law, will remain in the city, the United States will continue to provide a staggering $4 billion in military aid a year to Israel, part of the some $85 billion in US military aid provided to Israeli since its founding, the Jewish settlements on Palestinian land will expand and the apartheid Israeli state, now led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who has called on Israelis to be willing to sacrifice their lives to annex the occupied West Bank into Israel, will treat the Israeli Arabs living inside its borders as second- and third-class citizens. Israel, in short, will methodically roll forward with what the Israeli human rights organization B'Tselem calls “a regime of Jewish supremacy,” a project, the Israeli historian Ilan Pappe writes, that has been the cornerstone of Israeli policy since the state was founded in 1948. Professor Ilan Pappe teaches at the College of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, and is the director of the university's European Center for Palestine Studies. He is the author of a dozen books, including ‘The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine', ‘The Modern Middle East', ‘A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples', ‘Britain and the Arab-Israeli Conflict' and his latest, ‘The Biggest Prison on Earth: A History of the Occupied territories'.

Jerusalem Studio
Israel and the Arab world: Challenges & Opportunities – Jerusalem Studio 637

Jerusalem Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 27:37


Strategic interests and personal relationships are mixed in international strategy and diplomacy. After almost four months in power, the Israeli government seems to enjoy from both in its dealings with the major Arab countries bordering it. Egypt and Jordan warmed up to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Defense Minister Benny Gantz and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, who are seemingly on the same page regarding Israel's security needs. It is important to stress that while outstanding disputes pertaining to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict challenge Jerusalem's keen aspiration to normalize relations with additional Arab states; the common threat posed to the Jewish State and the Sunni-Arab world by the revolutionary Shi'ite Islamic Republic of Iran – serves as a trigger to what appears to turn into inevitable Jewish-Arab rapprochement. Panel: - Jonathan Hessen, Host. - Amir Oren, TV7 Analyst and Host of Watchmen Talk. - Col. (Res) Dr. Anan Wahabi, Senior Fellow at ICT Reichman University and Lecturer at Haifa University. - Ambassador Dr. Dan Shaham, Former Head of Mission to IRENA, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Articles on the topic: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/bennett-iran-crossed-all-nuclear-red-lines/ https://www.tv7israelnews.com/israeli-egyptian-leaders-hold-talks/ https://www.tv7israelnews.com/abdullah-jordan-custodian-of-jerusalem-holy-sites/ You are welcome to join our audience and watch all of our programs - free of charge! TV7 Israel News: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/563/ Jerusalem Studio: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/18738/ TV7 Israel News Editor's Note: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76269/ TV7 Israel: Watchmen Talk: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76256/ Jerusalem Prays: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/135790/ TV7's Times Observer: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/97531/ TV7's Middle East Review: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/997755/ My Brother's Keeper: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/53719/ This week in 60 seconds: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/123456/ Those who wish can send prayer requests to TV7 Israel News in the following ways: Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Email: israelnews@tv7.fi Please be sure to mention your first name and country of residence. Any attached videos should not exceed 20 seconds in duration. #IsraelNews #tv7israelnews #newsupdates Rally behind our vision - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/donate/ To purchase TV7 Israel News merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/tv7-israel-news-store Live view of Jerusalem - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/jerusalem-live-feed/ Visit our website - http://www.tv7israelnews.com/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/tv7israelnews Like TV7 Israel News on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Follow TV7 Israel News on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tv7israelnews/ Follow TV7 Israel News on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tv7israelnews

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Are Australians missing out on the whole truth when it comes to Israel?

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 10:33


Are Australians not hearing the full story about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict because powerful lobby groups want to silence critics of Israel? That's the argument in a new book by John Lyons, who claims journalists and media organisations are self-censoring, fearful of attacks from staunch defenders of the Israeli state.

On the Issues with Alon Ben-Meir
On The Issues Episode 81: Hanna Siniora

On the Issues with Alon Ben-Meir

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 41:43


Today's guest is Hanna Siniora, former co-CEO of the Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information and publisher of the Jerusalem Times. He has been a member of the Palestinian National Council since 1990, and has officially represented the PLO in several negotiations. A Palestinian Christian living in East Jerusalem, he served as editor-in-chief of the Arabic-language daily Al Fajr for 20 years, and was the founding editor of its English-language weekly publication. He has served as chairman of both the European Palestinian and Palestinian American Chambers of Commerce. In 2007 he was awarded the Peace Prize of Honor from the Order of the Knights of Malta in recognition of his commitment to Palestinian-Israeli peace. He was also awarded the Papal Silver Olive Branch for Peace. In this episode, we discuss the concept of an Israeli-Palestinian confederation from a Palestinian perspective, including the aspects of security, both Israeli and Palestinian and the status of Palestinian refugees. We also discuss the Palestinian political environment, including the Palestinian people's loss of confidence in Abbas and who could emerge among younger Palestinians as a trustworthy leader.

Awakin Call
Huda Abuarquob -- A Palestinian Woman Building Peace From The Bottom Up

Awakin Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021


“Hope is a luxury we cannot afford losing.  Especially women, if we lose hope, we lose the future of our children.” – Huda Abu Arquob Born in Jerusalem to respected Palestinian scholars and educators, Huda Abu Arquob’s great-grandfather was one of the many Muslim Palestinians who took in and protected Jewish residents of Hebron during the 1929 massacre. “That story has not been properly documented,” Huda says, “perhaps because it challenges the simplistic narrative of Palestinians and Israelis fighting for 3,000 years. I’ve felt throughout my life that is it important to challenge these false narratives and to try and change the way we look at the ‘Other’.” And that’s precisely what she’s now doing as an adult. Based in Hebron, Huda Abu Arquob is the Regional Director of the Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP), a coalition and network of more than 130 civil society organizations working in Palestine and in Israel on conflict transformation, peacebuilding and nonviolent direct actions. She is also a recognized leader in grassroots initiatives focused on Feminist Inclusive Political Activism (FIPA), and an advocate of UN 1325 seeking to increase women participation in decision making levels in Palestine and Israel. In 2017, Huda received the first-ever Laudato Si’ Award from the Catholic Pope in the Vatican for her lifelong commitment to peacebuilding and conflict transformation. A teacher turned peacebuilder, she believes that the world has a wrong perception of Palestinians as an inherently violent, militant people and that this stereotype needs to change. “Palestinians are not violent by nature,” she says. “Most of us are determined to work together and we are determined to live together with Israelis. We’re the majority but we aren’t reported about in the media." While she admits that "not all Palestinians are eager to see the humanity in Israelis,” she insists that many grassroots organizations are using “the power of nonviolent resistance to regain our humanity. If we are a people fighting for our rights we should not in the process lose our humanity.” For Huda, a sustainable peace solution to the current Israel-Palestine conflict lies not with political leadership at the top, but with internal people-to-people dialogues, particularly among women. Her life work revolves around building strong grassroots Israeli-Palestinian relationships as a foundation for lasting peace. But she learned early on that simply fostering contact among people alone, without more collective healing work and social change education, does not transform conflict. A Fulbright scholarship brought Huda to U.S. in the early 2000s, where she did a graduate degree in conflict transformation and peace studies. While living in the U.S., she teamed up with a Jewish man to form Abraham’s Vision, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that brought together Palestinian and Jewish university students in comparative conflict analysis for a summer of experiential learning, including a four-week visit to the conflict-ridden former Yugoslavia. “Unlike some programs that mix Israelis and Palestinian young people, we don’t believe that just having contact with each other is transformative—we don’t sweep our differences under the rug,” said Huda of the approach she and her co-founder took at Abraham’s Vision. “We believe it is important to understand social-identity and power dynamics of people in conflict. We put a huge amount of effort into healing collective and individual traumas before we position people to work together to resolve their conflicts.” Upon returning to Palestine, Huda began to forge connections between Jewish and Palestinian people. Her goal is to tear down stereotypes and create a new language and imagination of new possibilities based on "sincere curiosity that strives to reveal what we share and what is possible." According to Huda, women, in particular, have a unique contribution to make in the peacebuilding process. "Women don’t have the ego-centric proposition for peace," she has said. Unlike some narrow-minded politicians, women “put their eyes on the goal and not competition." Reflecting on life amid a longstanding and violent conflict, Huda says, “I refuse to be either an enemy or a victim. The helplessness that comes from feeling yourself to be a victim is paralysing but it was not in the nature of the women I grew up with; they were always fighting, adapting and progressing.” Huda is the oldest of twelve children, and an aunt to twenty-eight (and counting!) nieces and nephews. Now residing in Hebron, she lived for eight years in the U.S. and has traveled extensively in Europe and the Middle East. Join Aryae Coopersmith and Janessa Wilder in conversation with this extraordinary feminist peacebuilder.

On the Issues with Alon Ben-Meir
On The Issues Episode 80: Moshe Ma'oz

On the Issues with Alon Ben-Meir

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 52:55


Today's guest is Moshe Ma'oz, Professor Emeritus of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a previous Director of the university's Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace. Professor Ma'oz is renowned for his expertise in Arab and Middle East affairs, and has published extensively on Islam and on the history and politics of the Middle East. He is a leading expert on Syria. Professor Ma'oz has been a visiting professor, scholar, and fellow at many leading universities and institutions around the world. He has served as an advisor on Arab Affairs for Israel's Knesset, and was a member of official advisory committees that counseled the late Prime Ministers Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Rabin. In today's episode, Alon and Moshe discuss the new Israeli government and the prospects for any advancement of Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations under this coalition, as well as what role the Biden administration can play, if any, in such a process. In addition, they discuss the concept of a confederation as a potential solution to the conflict, including the issue of settlements, Jerusalem, national security, and the role of Jordan in such a solution.

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

Shocker – Hurricane Ida is blamed on Global Warming and the solution is to pass the new infrastructure bill. A trilateral summit calls for the International Community to oversee Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations. And the prophesied rising spirit of Islam in our world—all in the news today. We will analyze these topics while taking your calls on this open-line edition of End of the Age!

Post Traumatic Faith
PTF - Episode #42 Marina Yanay Triner Transformational Coach

Post Traumatic Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 39:37


Marina Yanay Triner is a transformational coach who works with high achieving empaths to support them in experiencing more joy and aliveness in their lives. As a trauma-informed coach, she works with clients to go deep into the roots of behavioral patterns that hold them back from experiencing life to its fullest, looking at childhood-rooted beliefs, emotions, behavioral patterns, and the unconscious to create massive transformation. Yanay-Triner use body-based somatic approaches to support a connection back to the body, strengthen their connection with their instincts and intuition, and flourish! Born in the Ukraine Marina grew up in Israel. She has done group facilitation with youth helping them to understand the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and work toward peace. www.marinayt.com

Balfour Project: Beyond the Declaration
Hannah Weisfeld of Yachad on Ending the Occupation for the good of all

Balfour Project: Beyond the Declaration

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 62:04


Hannah is the director and a founder of Yachad. Yachad works to mobilise British Jews in support of a political resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She previously chaired the Jewish Social Action Forum for two years, bringing together leading Jewish communal organisations to develop the community's social action agenda and also worked as a consultant for the Pears Foundation.

Israel Policy Pod
Afghanistan, America, and the Israeli-Palestinian Experience with Neri Zilber

Israel Policy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 43:55


As the United States completes its withdrawal from Afghanistan, some Israelis hear echoes of their own experiences in Southern Lebanon and Gaza. What lessons can be learned from these parallels? And does the collapse of the Afghan government and military portend a similar fate for the Palestinian Authority and its security forces, as politicians and pundits on the Israeli right have suggested? Israel Policy Forum's Evan Gottesman and Neri Zilber discuss.Israelis Watch Afghanistan and Remember Lebanon - Neri Zilber (Newlines Magazine)State with No Army, Army with No State - Neri Zilber and Ghaith al-Omari (The Washington Institute)Support the show (https://ipf.li/3jzyDg5)

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Forever wars – and how they can end

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 28:56


The Taliban takeover in Afghanistan has serious implications for global security. Western governments are concerned about the prospect of more attacks on their own turf. But there's also particular worry that jihadist movements in Africa and Asia could gain ground. Might the news from Kabul attract new recruits to their ranks – especially in those places where international forces have been deeply involved in fighting them back? The various armed groups allied with Al Qaida and the Islamic State across the Sahel and east Africa have been wreaking havoc for more than a decade now. Andrew Harding has reported on many of those wars, and recent events have brought back vivid memories… and hard questions… In Afghanistan itself, some among the Taliban now in charge of the country again have grievances of their own, after losing relatives and comrades killed in airstrikes and night raids over the past twenty years. So how will they rule, and treat their old enemies? Kate Clark was the BBC correspondent in Kabul in the final years of the last Taliban regime, where she witnessed the fall of the city in 2001 – and she has done so again in 2021. She's seen rulers come and go – and how after each change of regime, cycles of revenge have been fed, prolonging the conflict. After a week of chaos, she considers a longer view of four decades of war. Reporting from Israel often inevitably revolves around the politics of Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Even the basic, day-to-day issues – town planning, health care, education – are complicated by this central problem. So imagine the challenge of policing in such a divided setting. For some time, Palestinian citizens of Israel have reported rising violence within their communities – not politically motivated, but driven by organised crime. The mobsters' trade in drugs and weapons, and their vendettas, have blighted many areas – and left many families bereaved. Yolande Knell has spoken to several families trying to cope with the aftermath. In Spain, paying the rent is often a political issue – and there's a long history of squatting. After the property crash of 2008, many families fought to stay on in homes that did not belong to them, because they couldn't afford their mortgages any more. In cities like Barcelona, while prices slumped, speculators moved in and bought up buildings at knock-down prices. Thousands of flats are still standing empty. Some have been illegally occupied by people who just can't afford a market rent and needed a roof over their heads. But not all squatters actually live in the homes they take over. Criminals have spotted an opportunity: why not just move into a property and demand a ‘ransom' of thousands of Euros from the owner before they will leave? Linda Pressly recently met a man who claimed to be a professional extortionist in Barcelona… And Patrick Muirhead takes a gruelling hike in the Seychelles, on the trail of its fabled Jellyfish Tree. It's not just rare, but a botanical mystery: no-one yet understands how it manages to reproduce. In the teeth of climate change and rapid development for the islands' tourism industry, there are fears the species may not last much longer. If a proposed dam is built to supply water for the growing population of Mahé island, it could engulf one of the last remaining outcrops of the plant. Producer: Polly Hope

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Jimmy Carter's Presidential Legacy: A Conversation with Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian Kai Bird

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 72:24


Historian and journalist Kai Bird's new book, The Outlier, is being acclaimed as a definitive account of President Jimmy Carter's presidency, including how President Carter's often-controversial policies and initiatives appear in historical perspective.  Carter assisted Bird in his research, giving him exclusive access to the private papers of Charles Kirbo, Carter's longtime personal lawyer and political adviser, as well as to the unpublished diaries of Carter White House aides Langdon Butler, Tim Kraft and Jerome Doolittle. Bird points out that as president, Jimmy Carter was not merely an outsider: he was an outlier. He was the only president in a century to grow up in the heart of the Deep South, and his born-again Christianity made him the most openly religious president in memory. Bird says this outlier brought to the White House a rare mix of humility, candor and unnerving self-confidence that neither Washington nor America was ready to embrace. Bird traces the arc of Carter's administration, from his aggressive domestic agenda to his controversial foreign policy record, taking readers inside the Oval Office and through Carter's battles with both a political establishment and a Washington press corps that proved as adversarial as any foreign power. Mr. Bird shows how issues still hotly debated today—from national health care to growing inequality and racism to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict—burned at the heart of Carter's America, and consumed a president who found a moral duty in solving them. Bird won the Pulitzer Prize for biography for American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer. His work includes critical writings on the Vietnam War, Hiroshima, nuclear weapons, the Cold War, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the CIA. Now, join a fascinating conversation with Kai Bird about this highly regarded American leader whose presidential legacy Mr. Bird says has been deeply misunderstood. SPEAKERS Kai Bird Executive Director and Distinguished Lecturer, City University of New York Leon Levy Center for Biography; Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian and Journalist; Author, The Outlier: The Unfinished Presidency of Jimmy Carter In Conversation with Dr. Gloria Duffy President and CEO, The Commonwealth Club of California; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Clinton Program Chair: Dr. Mary Bitterman President, Bernard Osher Foundation; Member, Commonwealth Club Board of Governors In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on August 18th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Jimmy Carter's Presidential Legacy: A Conversation with Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian Kai Bird

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 72:24


Historian and journalist Kai Bird's new book, The Outlier, is being acclaimed as a definitive account of President Jimmy Carter's presidency, including how President Carter's often-controversial policies and initiatives appear in historical perspective.  Carter assisted Bird in his research, giving him exclusive access to the private papers of Charles Kirbo, Carter's longtime personal lawyer and political adviser, as well as to the unpublished diaries of Carter White House aides Langdon Butler, Tim Kraft and Jerome Doolittle. Bird points out that as president, Jimmy Carter was not merely an outsider: he was an outlier. He was the only president in a century to grow up in the heart of the Deep South, and his born-again Christianity made him the most openly religious president in memory. Bird says this outlier brought to the White House a rare mix of humility, candor and unnerving self-confidence that neither Washington nor America was ready to embrace. Bird traces the arc of Carter's administration, from his aggressive domestic agenda to his controversial foreign policy record, taking readers inside the Oval Office and through Carter's battles with both a political establishment and a Washington press corps that proved as adversarial as any foreign power. Mr. Bird shows how issues still hotly debated today—from national health care to growing inequality and racism to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict—burned at the heart of Carter's America, and consumed a president who found a moral duty in solving them. Bird won the Pulitzer Prize for biography for American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer. His work includes critical writings on the Vietnam War, Hiroshima, nuclear weapons, the Cold War, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the CIA. Now, join a fascinating conversation with Kai Bird about this highly regarded American leader whose presidential legacy Mr. Bird says has been deeply misunderstood. SPEAKERS Kai Bird Executive Director and Distinguished Lecturer, City University of New York Leon Levy Center for Biography; Pulitzer Prize Winning Historian and Journalist; Author, The Outlier: The Unfinished Presidency of Jimmy Carter In Conversation with Dr. Gloria Duffy President and CEO, The Commonwealth Club of California; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Clinton Program Chair: Dr. Mary Bitterman President, Bernard Osher Foundation; Member, Commonwealth Club Board of Governors In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on August 18th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Matt Hatters
Episode 16 — Israel & Palestine

Matt Hatters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021


I don't know how we pulled this off Bill Gates Interview Million Dollar Prize Giveaway Hello Fresh Matt Hat: Solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Sidewalk Talk
Getting weird and vulnerable with Aziph Mustapha | Aziph Mustapha

Sidewalk Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 47:10


Aziph Mustapha is a weirdo. As the head of culture transformation and employee engagement at Malaysian telecommunications giant, Celcom, Aziph has built a career on disrupting social norms. But being weird isn't just good business, for Aziph it's the only authentic way to live.  On this episode of The Sidewalk Talk podcast, Traci gets to talk with—and really, make space for—Aziph as the two discuss creating psychological safety in the workplace, what it means to be a weirdo in a formal culture, and the importance of vulnerability and authenticity. As their conversation progresses, Aziph gets real with Traci, sharing that he's struggling to process a number of the tragedies happening in the world right now, including the latest Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the COVID-19 pandemic. Traci thanks Aziph for his willingness to share, and together the two embark upon a time of listening and making space for the other. This is a powerful exchange between two great listeners that you won't want to miss.   Episode Milestones [00:07] Intro  [03:02] Meet Aziph  [06:15] What Aziph makes for breakfast and dinner in Malaysia  [09:08] Creating psychology safety and cultural transformation in the workplace  [14:19] Aziph's vision for Celcom  [20:46] Being a weirdo in a formal culture  [25:31] Discerning when to be contrarian versus when to go along with social norms   [30:07] Volunteering, community, and providing space for one another  [37:38] Aziph's willingness to be vulnerable and authentic  [44:42] Aziph's word for you [47:04] Outro    Resources Mentioned Ted Talk: To Be the Best, Be a Weirdo  Celcom    Standout Quotes from the Episode “Every person or group we touch with our business we consider a distinct society, and our job is to advance them in one way or another.” —Aziph Mustapha   “Sometimes you need to make those conscious efforts to change even simple things, like language, simple terms people use to humanize that relationship.” —Aziph Mustapha  “Success gives you confidence.” —Aziph Mustapha  “You need to grasp on something, you need to have a bit of control in this vast, chaotic storm.” —Aziph Mustapha  “Maybe these human beings just talking to each other could help in small way.” —Aziph Mustapha  “People need to be listened to, and there's just not enough people willing to listen to them in the world.” —Aziph Mustapha    Connect: Find | Sidewalk Talk Podcast At sidewalk-talk.org On Instagram: @sidewalktalkorg On Twitter: @sidewalktalkorg   Find | Traci Ruble At Traciruble.com On Instagram: @TraciRubleMFT On Twitter: @TraciRubleMFT On Facebook: @TraciRubleMFT   Find | Aziph Mustapha   On LinkedIn: @AziphMustapha On Twitter: @aziph_mustapha     SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST On Apple Podcasts On Google Podcasts On Spotify

Why Won't You Date Me? with Nicole Byer
I got 99 problems... palsy is just one (w/ Maysoon Zayid)

Why Won't You Date Me? with Nicole Byer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 56:57


Comedian and actress Maysoon Zayid was born with cerebral palsy. She chats with Nicole about some of the cruel comments she receives about her disability, the struggles comedians of color face in Hollywood, and shares her wild industry rejection stories. Maysoon also advocates why speed-dating is a cost-effective and efficient way of finding love, and helps break down the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Black Lives Matter. For a list of resources and ways to support, see blacklivesmatters.carrd.co.  Follow Nicole Byer: Tour Dates: linktr.ee/nicolebyerwastaken Twitter: @nicolebyer  Instagram: @nicolebyer  New Merch Store!podswag.com/dateme Nicole's book: indiebound.org/book/9781524850746 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Decision Points
One State or Two States? Trends in Israeli and Palestinian Public Opinion

Decision Points

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 56:31


In recent years, public support for the two-state solution has continued to erode on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide. Each party suspects that the other has completely given up on the idea, further weakening the political will and public trust needed to preserve it. Can leaders lead the public on this issue, or does the public lead them? Will Israel's new government attempt to narrow these points of difference, and are the Palestinians still open to such gradualism? In this episode, David Makovsky hosts Khalil Shikaki, David Pollock, and Tamar Hermann for a discussion on what polling can tell us about these issues. Where does current Israeli and Palestinian public opinion fall on the two-state question, and what deeper insights does the data hold? Khalil Shikaki is the director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah and a senior fellow with the Crown Center for Middle East Studies at Brandeis University. David Pollock is the Bernstein Fellow at The Washington Institute and director of Project Fikra. Previously, he served as senior advisor for the broader Middle East at the U.S. State Department. Tamar Hermann is a senior research fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute and academic director of the Viterbi Family Center for Public Opinion and Policy Research.Audio clips from AP “Peace Agreement Signing In Washington (A)” i24News “20 Years Since the Outbreak of the Second Intifada”See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Radical Lifestyle
Justin Kron (Hope In The Holy Land)

Radical Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 56:26


Justin, co-creator of the film “Hope In The Holy Land” exploring the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. gives behind the scenes insight, and the heart behind it's making. Their hope, and ours, is that viewers will gain a heart for Arabs and Jews, learn the history and discern the truth..- www.justinkron.com- www.hopeintheholyland.comYouTube Version: www.youtube.com/channel/UCQGRMndISia448cFZr_XLYw- Telegram channel and discussion: Click HereYou can also follow Andrew and Daphne on their social media platforms:Andrew Kirk: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | ParlerDaphne Kirk: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | ParlerTo support the channel: Click Here- UK only Donations here: Click Here

PeaceCast
#199: Peace Process Now with Yossi Beilin and Daniel Kurtzer

PeaceCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 57:13


After the Trump administration made a mockery of Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, came the Biden administration with a policy that does not presume to relaunch a peace process but rather keep the path open to future negotiations. Two veterans of Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts say Biden is missing an opportunity and must change course.        

Persian Girl Podcast's Podcast
White Girls of Color

Persian Girl Podcast's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 91:17


Do beaten horses in fact ever die?  Millie and Natalie attempted to discuss their being uninvited from a comedy show for their Jewishness when Al Jazeera asked them to record comments for the news channel's documentary on comedian Noam Shuster (see S1 E13).  They then follow how the media orchestrates the never-ending Israeli-Palestinian conflicts on behalf of larger powers financing the proxy war (in the name of each's plights and passions, of course!) and why Recho Omondi felt obliged to somehow re-cancel Leandra Medine, a sadistic spectacle promptly picked up by the so-called fashion media (e.g. NY Mag's The Cut.) She is recancelled, she is recancelled indeed! Intro music: Mustafa Sandal - KalmadıSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/persiangirlpodcast)

The Charles Mizrahi Show
Fight Terrorism and Hate With Peace and Education - Itamar Marcus

The Charles Mizrahi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 58:51


He gets the truth straight from the horse's mouth ... Itamar Marcus is one of the world's foremost experts on the Palestinian Authority. Since founding the Palestinian Media Watch, he's released numerous reports that expose false, anti-Semitic narratives within Palestinian media. Marcus discusses the Palestinian Authority and its global impact with host Charles Mizrahi. Topics Discussed: • An Introduction to Itamar Marcus (00:00:00) • Palestinian Media Watch (00:01:59) • From the Horse's Mouth (00:15:44) • Fueling the Flames (00:23:15) • Working Across Party Lines (00:23:15) • The Roots of Anti-Semitism (00:29:33) • Progressives for Palestine (00:34:28) • Taking the Gloves Off (00:44:27) • Resolution Among Neighbors (00:48:24) • A Call to Action (00:53:50) Guest Bio: Itamar Marcus is a researcher, public speaker and founder of Palestinian Media Watch. PMW is an internationally recognized nonprofit Israeli research institute. It investigates Palestinian media and leadership, and its findings have been crucial to combating the false narratives surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Marcus has worked with members of international parliaments and across party lines in the United States Congress. Alongside Hilary Clinton, he released a report on the Palestinian Authority's educational materials. In addition, he's spoken at numerous universities and conferences across the U.S. Resources Mentioned: • palwatch.org Transcript: https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/2021/07/13/fight-terrorism-and-hate-with-peace-and-education/ (https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/2021/07/13/fight-terrorism-and-hate-with-peace-and-education/) Don't Forget To... • Subscribe to my podcast! • Download this episode to save for later • Liked this episode? Leave a kind review! Subscribe to Charles' Alpha Investor newsletter today: https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1729783

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

An Israeli/Palestinian update and the ongoing establishment of the end time world government that will soon be ruled by the Antichrist—all in the news today. I will analyze these events from a prophetic perspective on today's edition of the end time!

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 58:29


The Israeli/Palestinian conflict and the Iranian Nuclear Deal are the two main topics of discussion between Israel and the United States! We will discuss the prophetic significance of these events and many others on this edition of End of the Age!

The Betches Sup Podcast
#497 Rage Against The Manchin

The Betches Sup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 36:13


Milly, Sami and Amanda start by recapping the government-building in Israel and what the end of Bibi Netanyahu's term might mean for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Then they react to Joe Manchin's stunning announcement that he will not save democracy by voting in favor of the For The People Act. They discuss what this means for upcoming elections and whether there's any hope for the rest of President Biden's agenda.

The Glenn Beck Program
Best of The Program | 5/24/21

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 41:10


Are gender transition surgeries ethical? "60 Minutes" interviewed a woman who detransitioned. Glenn breaks down why the American Medical Association’s support for critical race theory is dangerous. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has sparked antisemitic attacks reminiscent of the 1930s in America, and nobody is covering it. Glenn compares military ads from Russia and the U.S. and warns of danger if our military continues going woke. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
IS MERIT RACIST?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 66:07


In this episode, Dinesh exposes the idiocy behind claims that our healthcare system and our educational system are institutionally racist.  Dinesh then explores, half satirically, the Critical Race critique of the biblical Parable of the Talents. Dinesh argues that today merit is viewed as racist because it produces the same ethnically disparate outcomes that racism once did.  And author Joel C. Rosenberg joins Dinesh to talk about a biblical perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
TRUMP’S NEW CHAPTER

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 63:31


In this episode, Dinesh examines the moves that Trump has made, or is reported to be making, and offers his own idea of the single most important thing the former president can do. Taking up the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at its core, Dinesh asks the question, so whose land is it anyway? Congresswoman Kat Cammack joins Dinesh to expose Facebook's role in facilitating illegal border crossings.  And Dinesh mercilessly parodies Prince Harry's recent proclamation that the First Amendment is "bonkers." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay
The Real Bill Gates and Understanding the Conflict in Gaza

Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 106:18


Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay react to the latest developments in the saga of the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce (11:34), Joe Budden staying in the news for the wrong reasons (28:28) and J. Cole’s professional basketball debut (40:51), before asking the age old question: what would you get if you combined Lil Wayne with Drake? Wake? Lil Drayne? (44:52). Then Rebecca Abou-Chedid & Simone Zimmerman join the podcast to shed some light on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict (51:55). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
ISRAEL & BIBLICAL PROPHECY

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 62:40


In this episode, Dinesh asks the question, what significance does biblical prophecy have for understanding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Dinesh examines the history of the region to explore the fundamental issue, whose land is it?  While Fauci weaves and dodges, Dinesh reveals how the media is averting its gaze from the crucial question of whether the U.S. government helped to create the Covid virus. Applying the pragmatism of William James, Dinesh offers five good reasons to believe in God and immortality. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Trumpcast
What Next: The Palestinian Perspective

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 29:06


This week’s violence across Israel and the occupied territories points to a new era in Israeli-Palestinian relations. Palestinian observers find themselves wondering: Is it a changing diplomatic paradigm, thanks to a growing movement to acknowledge the human rights of Palestinians and find lasting peace? Or is it something more frightening, more deafening -- is it the beginning of unbridled war? Guests: Yousef Munayyer, a fellow at the Arab Center Washington, and Mariam Barghouti, a writer based in Ramallah.  If you like this episode, subscribe to What Next wherever you get podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Drinkin' Bros Podcast
Drinkin' Bros Fake News #100 - Cyber Attack Cripples U.S. Pipeline

Drinkin' Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 76:49


Ross Patterson and Dan Hollaway break down the latest Israeli-Palestinian conflict and why every Instagram infographic you see is stupid, why the government is being tight-lipped about the Colonial Pipeline hack and the gas shortage, the best way to fight both China and illegal immigration at the same time, and Liz Cheney's dismissal from her leadership role in the GOP.   Go to ghostbed.com/drikinbros and use code DRINKINBROS for 30% off EVERYTHING (Mattresses, Adjustable Base, and more) -- plus a 101 Night Sleep Trial and Mattresses Made in the USA!   Go to CardoMAX.com and use promo code DB, and you get Buy One Get One FREE on your first order

The Daily
The Israeli-Palestinian Crisis, Reignited

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 28:39


In the past few days, the deadliest violence in years has erupted between Israel and the Palestinians. Hundreds of missiles are streaking back and forth between Gaza and cities across Israel, and there have been shocking scenes of mob violence on the streets.Why is this happening and how much worse could it get?Guest: Isabel Kershner, a correspondent for The New York Times based in Jerusalem. Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Rioting and mob violence between Arabs and Jews has torn through towns and cities across Israel, while rockets from Gaza and Israeli airstrikes have continued to kill civilians.For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.