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Occupied Thoughts
How Do We Talk about Zionism and Anti-Zionism?

Occupied Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 46:29


In this episode of the Occupied Thoughts podcast, Dr. Maha Nassar speaks with FMEP's Sarah Anne Minkin about how to talk about Zionism and anti-Zionism in ways that acknowledge different definitions of Zionism and, at the same time, take seriously the power asymmetries between anti-Zionists and Zionists/supporters of the state of Israel in Israel/Palestine and the U.S. public spheres. Speaking from experience as an educator, advocate, and scholar, Maha discusses how she navigates different audiences and invitations as well as her thoughts on anti-normalization, engaging with campus Hillels, and why and how it is imperative to keep returning to Palestinian lives and experiences. Dr. Maha Nassar is an associate professor in the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Arizona, where she specializes in the cultural and intellectual history of the modern Arab world. Her award-winning book, Brothers Apart: Palestinian Citizens of Israel and the Arab World (Stanford University Press, 2017), examines how Palestinian intellectuals connected to global decolonization movements during the mid-twentieth century. A 2018 Public Voices Fellow with the OpEd Project, Dr. Nassar's analysis and opinion pieces have appeared in numerous publications, including The Washington Post, +972 Magazine, The Conversation, and The Hill. She lives in Tucson, Arizona, with her husband, son, and daughter, and she is working on her next book, a global history of Palestine's people. Follow Dr. Nassar on Twitter @mtnassar Sarah Anne Minkin, PhD is the Director of Programs & Partnerships at FMEP. She is an expert on the intersection between Israeli civil society and Palestinian civil rights and human rights advocacy as well as the ways that American Jews approach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She leads FMEP's programming, works to deepen FMEP's relationships with existing and potential grantees, and builds relationships with new partners in the philanthropic community. She earned her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley for research focusing on the sociology of emotion, nationalism, and Jewish Americans' relationships with Israel/Palestine and is an affiliated faculty member at University of California, Berkeley's Center for Right-Wing Studies. She tweets @saminkin. Original music by Jalal Yaquoub.

Pipeline Intercession For the President
Dethroning Thrones of Iniquity | Morning Briefing | Ep. 274

Pipeline Intercession For the President

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 33:07


On this Thursday's episode of Morning Briefing, we look at ways the Lord used Jehu to dethrone the thrones of iniquity in the land of Israel. In the news, we see PM-Elect Netanyahu has come out in a show of force publicly stating that it is he and the Likud party who will be making policy decisions for Israel. The UNGA calls for 2 State solutions talks to be re-engaged in Moscow. We see conflicting reports out of the WH on ‘monitoring' of social media sites. Leadership pushing for the passage of an Omnibus Spending Bill to be passed during the lame-duck session and more.   Join us as we break down the news of the day to stay focused on our prayer points. #checkouremotionsatthedoor #wehavesoulstosave Verse of the Day: 2 Kings 9-11   Intercession Points for 12/1: “Declare that every inheritance of Jezebel that has influenced you or your region will be overturned. Notice that Jezebel was taken down and then Athaliah began to reign, but Athaliah was also dethroned.” The Future War of the Church, by Chuck D. Pierce and Rebecca Wagner Sytsema Intercede for both Rep. and Dem. leaders to use wisdom and revelation during this lame-duck session of Congress the rest of the year. Pray they stand against this spending agenda the Lord has warned us about that will cripple the next 3-4 generations if allowed to be implemented.  If you have any dreams for the President, please email us at pip@christiancentershreveport.com. Links: Netanyahu says he is in charge, Israel will not be run by Talmudic law UNGA call for Israeli-Palestinian peace parley in Moscow Jean-Pierre Dodges Question On If Biden Will Try To Shut Down Twitter If It Hosts Offensive Content Karine Jean-Pierre Claims Without Evidence That President Biden Has Visited The Border Mitch McConnell: Leadership Wants Lame-Duck Congress to Pass Omnibus Spending Bill enate Conservatives to Mitch McConnell: No Omnibus Spending Bill Until Republicans Take House Democratic-led House passes bill to avoid railroad strike House votes to avert rail strike, provide workers paid sick leave Appeals Court Denies Biden's Bid to Revive Student Debt Bailout    

The Jerusalem Post Podcast
JPost: Where we were & where we're going

The Jerusalem Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 24:27


Editor-in-Chief Yaakov Katz sat down with Lahav Harkov, Khaled Abu Toameh and Seth Frantzman for a conversation about the Post, its significance and how their jobs have changed. To mark The Jerusalem Post's 90th anniversary, Editor-in-Chief Yaakov Katz sat down with Diplomatic Correspondent Lahav Harkov, Palestinian Affairs Correspondent Khaled Abu Toameh and Middle East Affairs Analyst Seth Frantzman for a conversation about the Post, its significance and how their jobs have changed since they became reporters. The full conversation can be heard on The Jerusalem Post Podcast. This is an abbreviated version, edited for style. JPost at 90 Yaakov: Lahav, when you look at 90 years of The Jerusalem Post and where we are and how we've gotten here, what comes to mind?  Lahav: So, first of all, if we look more broadly at the 90 years of The Jerusalem Post, we used to have this column that was from the archives. I don't remember if it was every day or every week. If something happened, you'd see how The Jerusalem Post was covering these huge events in Israel's history and in the world's history. And it really gives an idea of how significant this newspaper has been in telling Israel's story to the world.  In the past 10 or 12 years, I would say that the thing that has changed the most is how fast everything has become – because of the media environment, more broadly, everything's moving really fast. Everything is on social media. You have to have some information the second something happens. And that's challenging in terms of trying to keep up our accuracy and to try to use the sources that we have that other people reporting in English don't have. But I think that we've kept to that challenge. We've met that challenge impressively. Yaakov: But I think it's also extra sensitive in the diplomatic beat, right? Because of this, the information that you publish really could impact Israel's standing or its ties with a country, or how it's going to be condemned at the UN or not. Lahav: Yes, there are some stories that you can do and they're quick and easy; you know, if a leader has a phone call with another leader. But a lot of the important things on the diplomatic beat are happening behind the scenes, and they take a lot of phone calls and a lot of talking to a lot of different people to try to corroborate things. And they're definitely not instant stories.  I used to be on the Knesset beat, and you would have near uniformity of coverage because everything was at the Knesset. You sit in the committee rooms and you might have a different headline, but more or less the same things are happening. But on the diplomatic beat it's very individual because you're really getting stories behind the scenes. Yaakov: Right. It's not just what's happening. Seth, you've traveled the region on behalf of The Jerusalem Post. You look at this 90-year milestone. What's your big takeaway? Seth: I think that one of the fascinating things is if you go back and look at The Jerusalem Post in the 1930s and in the area of the pre-state period especially, it's fascinating to the degree to which the Post had reporters that were actually in the region who were going to places like Lebanon or Egypt, and they were getting stories from people there. And they were actually doing a lot of reporting also on the Arab community and what was then British Mandate.  So obviously that shifted in the 1950s or '60s, and then you get to the present day. I think that when you look back at those 90 years, what I found in traveling the region, the fascinating thing is that even countries with which Israel doesn't have any relations, like Iraq, the times that I would travel there and spend time with the Kurds, for instance, a lot of people there are reading The Jerusalem Post. I think in the West, as Lahav said, there is a huge number of media. Everyone's running to get tweets out and stories, and a lot of it kind of looks the same sometimes; but when you're in the region, you see that The Jerusalem Post is regarded as this legacy historic publication that people can rely on and that really matters.  I mean, Iranian media is reading The Jerusalem Post every day. And they're re-reporting what we write sometimes in their own weird interpretation of it. Like if we write that Iranian drones are a threat, Iranian media will re-report that and say, ‘Well, you see Israel is afraid of our drones.' Yaakov: The Zionist newspaper, The Jerusalem Post says... Seth: Yes, the Zionist entity or whatever. But they're definitely reading it. And I think it shows the degree to which, even when sometimes we feel in the West that we are one of a huge number of publications, it's hard sometimes to sort yourself out from other Jewish publications and other legacy media. I think one thing that's interesting in the region is the degree to which The Jerusalem Post is definitely one of the go-to places that regimes and people are looking at in terms of, well, what's the normal average thing that's happening in Israel? Here's where we'll go to find out. Yaakov: On that note, Khaled, how are you received on your beat, which is in the Palestinian territories, working with the Palestinian Authority? They know you're coming from The Jerusalem Post. We don't hide our DNA as a pro-Israel newspaper, obviously as a Zionist newspaper. How do they receive you? Khaled: I've been with the Post for nearly 20 years now. I would say that in recent years, or probably in the past 10 or 12 years, the Palestinian attitude toward the Israeli media has changed. It has become much more hostile and less tolerant, and there's actually a boycott of the Israeli media. It's by the Palestinian Journalism Syndicate. It's by my Palestinian colleagues, and it's by the Palestinian Authority. And that makes my job much more difficult to get information from Palestinian officials.  As Seth mentioned, The Jerusalem Post was always a source of information about Israel for people around the world. It was also a source of information for the Palestinians for many years. And I believe it still is because the Palestinians do not have a free media, and they rely heavily on the Israeli media. I see a lot of our articles from the Post and news stories translated almost every day in the Palestinian media. Yaakov: They give us credit? Khaled: Yes. They mention The Jerusalem Post. Some say it's the Zionist paper. Some say it's an Israeli right-wing paper. Some people call it Hebrew media. They have all these labels. But how am I personally perceived? Look, I've been there for many years. You know, I don't only work for The Jerusalem Post; I'm also a man of the international media. So that helps me a bit. And I can go there and say, ‘Today I'm not for the JPost, I'm for someone else.' So they would be open. But it is very difficult in our culture, the Arab culture. A journalist is not supposed to hang the dirty laundry out. A journalist is supposed to be loyal to his president, his prime minister, his government, his people, his homeland. And the truth is like, you know, somewhere down there. Khaled: But I still go back to Ramallah almost every day. I'd be much more afraid to show my face in Ramallah if someone stopped me and said, ‘We caught you lying or fabricating.' First of all, most of the criticism I get comes from the Palestinian government, the Palestinian Authority, and it's along the lines of ‘What you reported is true. It's accurate, but please shut up.' And that kind of criticism does not scare me. Is it dangerous? Yes. Some of my colleagues over there have been arrested. Others have been forced out of their jobs. Others have been intimidated. But fortunately for me, I go there and I come back to Jerusalem at the end of the day. I don't sleep there. Yaakov: I've yet to get a call from Abu Mazen complaining about you, but maybe one day. You never know, right? Khaled: He has complained about me, and he even invited me saying, ‘You know what? Do you want to come? If you want an interview, I'll give you an interview.' The thing is that criticism is perceived as some kind of an opposition. There's no tolerance for criticism over there. And they assume that if you criticize them, then you must be on the payroll of the Jewish lobby, or you must be a Zionist agent, or you must be after them for one reason or another. And that hasn't changed, unfortunately, this perception that a journalist has to be loyal to his people and his government. Yaakov: I want to get from each of you a story that highlights your career of being with The Jerusalem Post. So Lahav, let's start with you. Lahav: The last two and almost three years now, I've been on the diplomatic beat. And it's very exciting for me to be able to travel with the prime ministers. I've been to the White House a bunch of times. I've taken that picture in the White House press room, standing there, like CJ from the West Wing, that all the diplomatic reporters take. But there's one story that stands out that actually was when I was still a Knesset reporter, but it wasn't my usual thing.  I accompanied Shimon Peres on his last trip as president, and it was to Oslo. He had a royal dinner, like a state dinner, but it was in the palace with the king and queen, and all the journalists were invited. In typical Israeli fashion, most of them did not understand what black tie meant, but we all got as dressed up as we could. And it was just something that I think, unless you're like a royal correspondent in London, it was a once-in-a-career experience to be eating in the royal palace with the king and queen.  I sparked a minor diplomatic incident at that dinner because I was seated next to Rabbi Michael Melchior because we were the only people eating kosher food, and I wrote about it in the article because I thought they served it to us really nicely. They served it to us on china dishes, and they tried to make it look as similar to everyone else's food. And then they also gave us wine, and the wine was from the Golan Heights Winery. I didn't even think about it that I mentioned it in the story, but the government got really criticized for it. And they had to release a statement clarifying that they weren't endorsing. Yaakov: From ‘occupied' land? Lahav: Yes. Exactly. Yaakov: Wow. So, Seth, give us a story from your travels around the world with The Jerusalem Post. Seth: I think one of the most memorable ones was in 2015, when there was this huge refugee crisis in Eastern Europe because Angela Merkel had invited a lot of immigrants to come to Germany. Something like a million people were pouring over the borders on boats, mostly from Turkey to Greece, and then they were going from Greece. They had to walk across the borders into what was Macedonia and then Serbia, and then to Hungary.  And the countries were trying to close the borders to these people. Hungary was building a fence, so it was kind of imperative to get there. And I was trying to figure out how do you cover a story where you have a million people on the move across 600 or 800 miles of landscape? I decided, well, okay, I can just rent a car, right? I mean, you can just rent cars? Well, no. I went online and found you can rent a car in Greece, but you're not really supposed to drive through all these borders. And if you want to, you have to get all this insurance, which cost a lot of money – but the story was worth it.  I flew to Greece, I hired a car, and I ended up sleeping in the car while traveling across the borders with the immigrants. It was a pretty epic story. I ended up on the Hungarian border, when they completed the fence and the day these people were then stopped. And so, it was a huge privilege to do it. It took place over a few days, and it was great to be a reporter, not just for The Jerusalem Post but in general, to be able to cover this story which was a world event. Khaled: Well, unlike Lahav, I'm not invited to join Abu Mazen on any of his visits to royal palaces, not to Washington and not to London or anywhere else because it's the Israeli media, not the Palestinian media. But I can tell you that The Jerusalem Post has really changed my life. Before I was writing for the Post, I did not receive invitations to speak to different people in different places. But thanks to the Post and because of my writings over the past 20 years, I've been meeting diplomats, I've been meeting congressmen, senators, decision makers, from all around the world. I'm invited to different places around the world to speak.  And I think that has really been a big step for me. And that shows the power of The Jerusalem Post as being one of the major sources of information on Israel for English-speaking people around the world. Now, of course, I've covered a number of important stories for the Post. One of them was the funeral of Yasser Arafat in Ramallah. As a Jerusalem Post reporter, I remember that many of the foreign journalists who were with me had to rely on my reporting because I was sitting in the Muqata (PA headquarters) back then, reporting on the atmosphere and the responses from the Palestinians.  Another big scoop that I had with The Jerusalem Post was an exclusive interview with the mastermind of the “Karin A weapons ship,” who's still in prison. He phoned me from Israeli prison to give me his version and publish in The Jerusalem Post about what had happened. And he was very upset with the Palestinian Authority. He said that they abandoned him and that he was a soldier carrying out orders. I think it showed how many people rely on The Jerusalem Post to get information. And these are stories that I'm proud of because we've been able to prove our credibility. I still get calls from many Palestinians who, because they don't have a free media over there, come to us hoping that we will publish their stories. Yaakov: I find it always amazing, the doors that The Jerusalem Post does open around the world and the leaders of countries who want to talk to us. I recently had an interview with the Taiwanese foreign minister, and we put that online. Within minutes, the Chinese ambassador demanded that we remove the story, and they filed an official complaint with the Foreign Ministry. It became international news. This one thing that we did, which was talk to a foreign minister of a country. And we become sometimes even part of the story.  I wonder, Lahav, if we look to the future of media and journalism, what are the big challenges you see as a beat reporter covering the diplomatic beat in the larger scheme of things, when it comes to the industry? Lahav: I do think that the speed is a challenge to accuracy and also to reporting in a way that's not monolithic. I think that an advantage that we have at The Jerusalem Post over other people reporting in English from Israel is that we are Israeli. We live here, we have our families here. We understand what's going on in life here in Israel in a way that someone who's here for two, three years maybe doesn't. And the way to bring that forward in our deeper and more insider understanding of what's happening in Israel is again not as easy, when everything is these quick snippets that need to get onto social media right away. So I think that's one of the challenges. I don't know how much we want to talk about the business model of media, but the business model of media has rapidly changed. Yaakov: Multiple times it has become much more complicated. Seth, what are you thinking about the whole way the media industry has changed, and how do we stay relevant as we move forward? Seth: It is difficult because I think that one thing is social media giants – Facebook and Twitter – where most people are getting their information now. We see all the chaos now on Twitter, but at the end of the day, maybe 80% or 90% of people are going through some platform that is controlled by one or two companies. And so a slight shift in an algorithm can mean that, whereas one day our stories that we were posting on Facebook are being shared thousands of times, and then it can be 30 times or so. It really matters to us, and it matters to us putting out information.  I was at the recent Jerusalem terrorist attack scene, and I did some short video, and it got thousands of views very quickly. So I think trying to be able to not only get the relevant stories out there and make sure that we have the sources on the ground, but we also have to make sure that we are in touch with and understand what's going on with these big platforms and how people are getting information. And it's not just a question of always having the story first, but it's making sure that we put it out in the right way. Yaakov: I'm wondering, Khaled, how relevant is the media still, and the role that we play as journalists when it comes to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which seems so stuck and not moving forward. Do the stories really make a difference? Because you and I joke occasionally how it's the same stories that we wrote 20 years ago, and now they're happening again 20 years later. Khaled: Sometimes I feel I'm recycling the same story. I've been writing similar stories for the past 35 or 40 years in different places – but you know, this is the topic that we're covering, and everyone is still interested. Many people are really interested in this conflict, and they are hungry for information. And any information you provide them, they will take it. I think that the biggest challenge we are facing in recent years is social media because we have to compete with social media, and that's very difficult. But I think what we do as a newspaper, as mainstream media, is bring stories that are not there already. We have to keep the news relevant and offer the readers a different perspective that they don't have or rarely see on social media. We need to find ways to adapt ourselves to the reality that we are living in right now.   

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter
The Next Two Major Prophetic Events

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 58:28


Along with many ongoing prophetic fulfillments, the next two events on God's prophetic timeline are World War III and the Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. The two issues dominating the Israel headlines daily are Iranian aggression and the Palestinians. What will Israel's new government do? I'll provide updates for these topics, and more, on this edition of End of the Age!

Jerusalem Studio
TV7 Israel Editor's Note – Jerusalem under terror attacks

Jerusalem Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 27:38


Jonathan Hessen and Ambassador Danny Ayalon discuss the terror attacks that have recently plagued Jerusalem, the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the legitimacy of the Palestinian Authority and more. 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 Europa Stands: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/82926/ TV7 Powers in Play: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/84954/ 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

Bonjour Chai
The Two Solitudes

Bonjour Chai

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 63:21


Last month, a report from the pro-Palestinian group Independent Jewish Voices came out, titled "Unveiling the Chilly Climate – The Suppression of Speech on Palestine in Canada." Those cited in the report claim that the institutional adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism, otherwise known as the IHRA definition, has had a chilling effect on any open discussion of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. At the same time, there is a mirrored feeling among some Jewish students that if they talk about ties to Israel, or refuse to condemn—let alone support—Israel's actions, they'll be labelled racist and colonialist. On today's episode of Bonjour Chai, The CJN's weekly current affairs podcast, we're asking: How can these two dynamics exist at once? What evidence or data do we have that might shed light on how well founded both those fears are? And does evidence really matter to the emotional reality of the students involved? To help us unpack all this is Kenneth S. Stern, a lawyer, writer and current director of the Bard Center for the Study of Hate—who was also the lead drafter of the IHRA definition. After that, David and Ilana talk to Michele Freed of Resetting the Table about how to have less toxic conversations about Israel. Credits Bonjour Chai is hosted by Avi Finegold, Ilana Zackon and David Sklar. Zachary Kauffman is the producer and editor. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Our theme music is by Socalled. The show is a co-production from The Jewish Learning Lab and The CJN, and is distributed by The CJN Podcast Network. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.

Vision Magazine Podcasts
TNS 088: Rethinking the Liberation of Ḥaredi Women (with Sharona eshet-Kohen)

Vision Magazine Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 41:10


How can non-Ḥaredi feminists best show up for women in Ḥaredi Jewish communities? Lizzy Oziel & Yehuda HaKohen are joined by Postcolonial Hebrew Feminist theorist Sharona eshet-Kohen to discuss a recent Haaretz op-ed by Yehudis Fletcher on issues confront women in Ḥaredi Jewish communities. Lizzy & Yehuda also discuss the potential political ramifications that an upsurge in Israeli-Palestinian violence could have on the coalition Binyamin Netanyahu (Likud) might form.

EZ News
EZ News 11/23/22

EZ News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 6:04


Good afternoon, I'm _____ with today's episode of EZ News. **Tai-Ex opening ** The Tai-Ex opened up 53-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 14,596 on turnover of $2.76-billion N-T. The Tai-Ex bounced back from early losses on Tuesday, but market sentiment remained cautious, as many investors opted to stay on the sidelines, awaiting the release of the minutes of the U-S Federal Reserve's last policymaking meeting. The bellwether electronics sector led the rebound, with large-cap semiconductor stocks in focus, while buying was also seen in financial and old economy stocks, particularly those in the petrochemical (石油化的) sector. **Japanese Firm Become First Foreign Company to Receive Travel Subsidies ** Japan-based Hiraiwa Construction has become the first foreign company to receive travel subsidies following the opening of Taiwan's border to quarantine free arrivals in mid-October. The Tourism Bureau says the subsidies were issued after the company chose Taiwan as the incentive travel destination for its employees this year. According to the bureau, Hiraiwa Construction kicked off this year's employee incentive (獎勵) travel on November 11 and is expected to bring about four groups with a total of about 100 employees to Taiwan before December 2. Each group will receive 30,000 N-T in subsidies for tourism activities in Taiwan. The subsidies have been issued under the Tourism Bureau's guidelines for foreign companies that bring in at least 100 employees to Taiwan stays of at least three days and two nights. **Palestinian Youth Killed in West Bank Raid ** The Palestinian Health Ministry says Israeli forces shot and killed a 16-year-old Palestinian during a nighttime raid in the occupied West Bank. It says Ahmed Shehada was killed by an Israeli bullet early today and four others were injured. The Israeli military had no immediate comment. A wave of Israeli-Palestinian fighting in the West Bank and east Jerusalem has killed more than 130 Palestinians this year, making 2022 the deadliest since 2006. **US Supreme Court Refuses to Block Trump Tax Returns ** The US Supreme Court has refused a request from former president Donald Trump to block (阻止) the release of his tax returns. It ends a three-year legal fight by Trump to prevent a House of Representative committee from reviewing his returns. Nick Harper reports from Washington. **Germany Celtic Gold Coins Stolen from Museum ** Ancient gold coins dating back to around 100 B.C. has been stolen from a museum in southern Germany. Bavarian state police said the coins were stolen early Tuesday from the Celtic and Roman Museum, 60 kilometers north of Munich. The 483 coins were discovered in 1999 during excavations (發掘、) of an ancient settlement and are considered the biggest trove of Celtic gold found in the 20th century. The German news agency dpa reported that authorities estimate the value of the coins, which together weighed about 4 kilograms, at several million dollars. Police are appealing for witnesses who might have seen suspicious individuals near the museum. That was the I.C.R.T. news, Check in again tomorrow for our simplified version of the news, uploaded every day in the afternoon. Enjoy the rest of your day, I'm _____.

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Ben-Gvir may not be welcome in US; Israel calls out Kyiv

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 20:25


Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. US correspondents Jacob Magid and Luke Tress join host Jessica Steinberg for today's podcast. Magid discusses what the final midterm results mean for US-Israel ties and which legislation will likely be handled over the next few years, with Democrats in control of the Senate, but with a slim majority for Republicans in the House. Tress looks at the loss of New York's most likely Haredi champion, Lee Zeldin, and how governor elect Kathy Hochul will likely react to the various issues at play in the ultra-Orthodox community. Magid talks about the US reaction to far-right politician Itamar Ben-Gvir, the presumptive public security minister, who may very well not be welcomed or receive a visa to visit Washington. Tress and Magid break down Friday's tiff at the UN, when Israel called out Ukraine for supporting a resolution by a committee calling on the International Court of Justice to “urgently” weigh in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Israeli “annexation.” Discussed articles include: US blasts ‘abhorrent' celebration of Kahane after prospective minister attends Hochul triumphs over Jewish challenger Zeldin in close New York governor race Israeli envoy lashes Kyiv for backing UN panel call on ICJ to opine on ‘annexation' Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Head of the Otzma Yehudit party MK Itamar Ben Gvir and members of the party speak to the press after a meeting with Israeli president Isaac Herzog at the President's residence in Jerusalem on November 10, 2022, as Herzog began consulting political leaders to decide who to task with trying to form a new government after the results of the country's general election were announced (Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rewriting Hollywood
David Sarfati: PROPHETS OF CHANGE, music, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Rewriting Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 30:29


Jared Milrad interviews David Sarfati, producer of the award-winning documentary PROPHETS OF CHANGE, which follows several artists/activists from both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict - Muslims & Jews; Palestinians & Israelis; gay and straight - as they summon courage, love, and determination to break a cycle of fear, distrust, and resentment to come together through music. David opens up about the process of making this ambitious documentary over six years, how music and art can bridge divides and reduce conflict, and the impact that he hopes PROPHETS OF CHANGE will have in the Middle East and beyond. We depend on your generous support of Rewriting Hollywood to empower new creative voices and share urgently important stories with the world. Make a tax-deductible donation today: movikarma.org/donate

PeaceCast
#260: The Other Israel Film Festival 2022

PeaceCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 17:52


Isaac Zablocki is the director of the Other Film Festival, which will be launched on November 3rd 2022 in New York. In this episode, he talks about several of the films that evolve around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which are featured in this year's festival.  For more information and registration: https://www.otherisrael.org/  

Dare to Know
Israeli Occupation of Palestine Violates International Law – Commission of Inquiry

Dare to Know

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 8:11


The Israeli Occupation of Palestine is the subject of a new report issued by the United Nations this week. Find out why it concludes that the occupation is illegal and what this means for the long-term resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://daretoknow.ca/2022/10/25/israeli-occupation-of-palestine-violates-international-law-commission-of-inquiry/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-morton-rintoul/message

Jerusalem Unplugged
The Dome of the Rock: with Beatrice St. Laurent

Jerusalem Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 63:20


The opening of Season 4, the final season, is dedicated to one of the most iconic buildings of Jerusalem: the Dome of the Rock. While the Dome has become a sort of brand defining the image of Jerusalem, there is a lot of confusion about its history and purpose. Built by the Umayyads in the late 7th century, scholars developed different ideas about the Dome and our guest, Beatrice St. Laurent, makes some order and gives us a good sense about the chronology and history of the building and how its significance changed throughout time. Today the Dome and the Haram al-Sharif at large have become a key feature of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the target of Israeli-Jewish right wing organizations who seek to regain the area in order to build a new Temple; however after the destruction of the Temple in 70AD by the Romans, the site had become a quarry and while it was known to many that the area was sacred, it did not serve any particular purpose until the arrival of the Arab armies in the 7the Century.Beatrice, in her work and in this episode, has challenged many of the common views and histories of the Dome of the Rock, an excellent way to think about one's next visit to Jerusalem.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/jerusalemunplugged. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

PeaceCast
#257: ALLMEP's Avi Meyerstein on Funding People-to-People Programs

PeaceCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 57:52


This episode is a recording of an October 19th 2022 webinar with the founder and president of the Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP), Avi Meyerstein on the special congressional initiaive to fund Israeli-Palestinian people-to-people programs.  For the Mitvim report that Avi authored on the subject, click here 

Events at USIP
The Game-Changing Potential of Water in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Events at USIP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 87:50


Three decades on from the Oslo Accords, water remains a driver of conflict and competition in the Israeli-Palestinian diplomatic arena. However, advances in technology — combined with new regional alignments — hold the potential for water to provide win-win opportunities for both societies while building trust and momentum toward broader diplomatic progress in the region. On October 18, USIP hosted a conversation on the precedents and assumptions that have long driven the diplomatic approach to water in the conflict, the ongoing water crisis facing the parties and their neighbors, and the game-changing developments that could make bilateral and multilateral progress possible. Speakers Yana Abu TalebJordan Director, EcoPeace Middle East Gidon BrombergIsrael Director, EcoPeace Middle East Nada MajdalaniPalestine Director, EcoPeace Middle East Lucy Kurtzer-Ellenbogen, moderatorDirector, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Program, U.S. Institute of Peace For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/game-changing-potential-water-israeli-palestinian-conflict

The Katie Halper Show
Ali Abunimah On Palestine, Karen & Jamie Zelermyer On 'I Was Never There'

The Katie Halper Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 71:54


Ali Abunimah talks about Israel and Palestine and the New York Times piece blaming Russia for the hate and Islamophobia faced by Linda Sarsour and the organizers of The Women's March. But first Karen and Jamie Zelermyer talk about their award winning podcast "I Was Never There," which looks at what happened to their friend Marsha "Mudd" Ferber, a rock-club owner and low-level drug dealer who went out for an errand in 1988 — and never came home. Ali Abunimah is a Palestinian-American journalist who has been described as "the leading American proponent of a one-state solution to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict." He's the co-founder of The Electronic Intifada website and the author of 'One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse' and 'The Battle for Justice in Palestine: The Case for a Single Democratic State in Palestine..' Jamie Zelermyer has been a New York based Producer and Production Executive for the past twenty plus years. Currently, she is the co-host and creator of I Was Never There, a serialized eight episode non- fiction podcast, made in collaboration with Wonder Media Network. The series premiered at The Tribeca Festival in 2022 garnering a Special Jury Mention and has cracked the top 20 on ApplePodcasts. She was the VP, Physical Production at Focus Features / Rogue Pictures for six years. Prior to Focus Jamie was a Line Producer and Production Manager working on films such as Igby Goes Down, Boys Don't Cry and You Can Count on Me. Jamie is the President of the Board of Directors of New York Women In Film and Television, and is an adviser on NYWIFT's The Writer Lab, a program for female Writer's over 40 funded by Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman. In her 73 turns around the sun, Karen Zelermyer has held a multiplicity of job titles including President and CEO of a philanthropic advocacy organization, Deputy Director of an LGBTQ foundation, Development Director of a women's social service organization, Board Chair and foundation consultant. Karen is also a life-long social justice feminist activist. She cut her activism teeth in the Vietnam anti-war movement and continues to have an unwavering commitment to the dismantling of racism and white privilege, heteronormativity and misogyny. She is the co-host and creator of the podcast I Was Never There. She also has a few degrees but that was a really long time ago. Links to "I Was Never There" podcast: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1crmHd7u1dLqfw9NJa82xc Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-was-never-there/id1619387402

Side x Side Podcast
Black and White System in a Gray World | Side x Side Podcast | S2 Ep 6

Side x Side Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 103:03


Brandon and Dimari sit Cyber Security/ Certified Personal Trainer Mo Shami side by side with successful Pottery Studio business owner David Moldover to discuss Mixed Martial Arts, Medical Ethics in Sports, Pottery and even the geopolitical Israeli- Palestinian conflict. This episode takes on us on some wild turns. THANK YOU •  PLEASE SUBSCRIBE • TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS • REVIEW • LIKE • SHARE Connect with David MoldoverInstagram: www.instagram.com/thenewburghpotteryWebsite: thenewburghpottery.comConnect with Mo Shami:Instagram: www.instagram.com/mogainsofficialSponsors:Black Swan Financial Group - www.BlackSwanFinancialGroup.comEase Web Development - www.easewebdev.comJennifer Catherine Photography - www.jennifercatherinephotography.comCopyright Eleusis Media Group, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2022 | www.eleusismediagroup.com | www.sidexsidepodcast.comInstagram | https://www.instagram.com/sidexsidepod/ Twitter|https://www.twitter.com/sidexsidepodTikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@sidexsidepod@RIZZOfeels | https://www.instagram.com/rizzofeels/ | https://www.twitter.com/rizzofeels@JudahClan | https://www.judahclan.comTag #SidexSidePodcast to join in on the conversation!Music by: Brandon RizzoChapters0:00 | Previews1:12 | Opening Title1:32 | Aztec Death Whistle 3:18 | David's RAPID FIRE Word Association, Chuck Schumer6:54 | Mo's RAPID FIRE Word Association, Cyber Warfare10:31 | David's Upbringing in Suburbia NJ, Newburgh Pottery, From Wannabe Cop to Potter, 20:40 | Overcoming Adversity During Pandemic, 25:53 | Mo's Upbringing in Kuwait, Uprooted to Jordan, Raised in San Joaquin Valley, Wrestling, Cyber Security Account Exec, Certified Personal Trainer34:00 | Judo to Wrestling, Mixed Martial Arts, American Kickboxing Association, Love for UFC, David's Boxing Story48:07 | ALLEGEDLY QUESTION, Tua Tagovailoa Concussion Protocol, Money vs. Ethics57:07 | Israeli/Palestinian Conflict, Peace in the Middel East, Jewish Genocide, Religion1:25:25 | David's Pottery Journey, A Quick History of Pottery, Ceramics vs Pottery, Pottery Reveals History1:34:27 | Closing RemarksAd Black Swan Financial Group - www.BlackSwanFinancialGroup.comAd Ease Web Development - www.easewebdev.com

SafaTalents
Building Jewish-Christian Relations

SafaTalents

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 32:25


Podcast Hana Part 2: Building Jewish-Christian Relations Hana Bendcowsky is the Program Director of the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations at the Rossing Center for Education and Dialogue. Hana's work is educational, she teaches in varied institutions, colleges, academic programs, Christian seminaries, post- and pre military programs, IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) and governmental offices. Hana has 27 years of practical experience in interfaith activities. Her expertise is the Christian Communities and the Jewish-Christian relations in the Israeli context. A growing difference between generations is being observed in all Israeli communities and religious groups. Recent surveys showed that younger people have more negative opinions about others and that there is more extremism in general. ... and with all the programs that's being done, I think there is more interest and curiosity and opening towards the others. But the younger generation is more ignorant, more closed in its own bubble ... it's more segregated, there is a lot less personal familiarities with the other and therefore stereotypes and prejudice and hatred is growing.Hana Bendcowsky Hana sees the results of her and others' educational work. There is a difference but at the same time she notices that there are more desperate people who are tired of the conflict on both sides. They seem not able to develop any sympathy toward the other. I think what we really are trying to do is to remove this stereotype and say: look at the person but not just look at the person as a human being but look at the person with his identity whatever it includes and examine him.So not just to like people that are very nice and friendly ... but accept them with their criticism and with their agenda and find a way to work together.Hana Bendcowsky The conflicts and tensions in Israel are rising. It is very challenging for Hana to balance out troubled feelings from others and also her own. She has to deal with setbacks of her work - sometimes one step forward two steps back - but Hana doesn't lose hope and she will continue to fight for peace. What really helps me is the staff here in the Rossing Center because we all struggle with the same thing. And we come here and we talk about it and it really helps. I know if I will not do it then I will not be able to look into my sons eyes and say: we have to stay here because there is a future ... I am here and I want to change it.Hana Bendcowsky Hana is a professional tour educator in Jerusalem leading study tours in the Christian Quarter. Listen to the first episode with Hana. Get another perspective from an Israeli Palestinian feminist. Maisam talks openly about the struggles and conflicts she and her fellow Palestinians endure but she also sees the difficulties on the Jewish side. Gefördert durch die Wirtschaftsagentur Wien !!

Two Nice Jewish Boys
#302 - Talking to a Gender Studies Scholar(Dr. Sarai Aharoni)

Two Nice Jewish Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 77:04


“You make me feel like a natural woman.” “This is a man's world but it wouldn't be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl.” Ladies and gentlemen, what does it mean to be a woman? Or a man? Are these even inherently different or are these labels slapped on us by society, dictating how we're expected to behave, how we should talk and walk and how much we should earn. Dr. Sarai Aharoni is a senior lecturer and researcher in the gender studies program at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Her research deals with gender, feminism and international relations with a focus on the effects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the status of women and the participation of Israeli women in peace talks, non-governmental organizations and civil activity for peace. We're thrilled to be joined today by Dr. Sarai Aharoni to discuss women, men and everything in between.

Balfour Project: Beyond the Declaration
A Palestinian state now or equal rights until there is a solution by Sam Bahour & Dr Tony Klug

Balfour Project: Beyond the Declaration

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 74:30


In anticipation of the failure of the Israeli-Palestinian talks convened by the US Secretary of State John Kerry in 2014, Sam Bahour and Dr Tony Klug called for a new international strategy to replace failed peace negotiations, based on a vision of the endgame and the principle of equality. In a co-authored article, they proposed that, after half a century, Israel should be required to choose between recognizing a Palestinian state in the occupied West Bank and Gaza within a brief deadline or granting full and equal citizenship rights to everyone within its jurisdiction until there is a solution. In this webinar, they will explain how they individually and collectively arrived at this proposal and what they believe its merits to be.

American Thought Leaders
Jason Greenblatt, Abraham Accords Architect, Talks Middle East Peace, a Nuclear Iran, and Misconceptions About the Israeli-Arab Conflict

American Thought Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 49:51


“You cannot imagine the pressure that came to bear on President Trump to not follow through with the decision,” recalls Jason Greenblatt, special envoy to the Middle East under Trump. Greenblatt reflects on Trump's historic decision to move Israel's U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. “He was getting calls from world leaders all over, essentially saying, ‘Blood is going to be spilled in the streets. You're going to cause World War III. You're going to alienate all of our allies.' And what happened? Nothing.” Greenblatt, author of “In the Path of Abraham,” was one of the chief architects of the Abraham Accords, a set of historic normalization agreements between Israel and a number of its Arab neighbors. “Before the Abraham Accords were signed, you had former Secretary of State John Kerry actually say that peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors will never happen unless you solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” he says. Greenblatt discusses the breadth of what the Abraham Accords accomplished, the threat of a nuclear Iran, and some of the many myths surrounding the Arab-Israeli conflict. Follow EpochTV on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Truth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV

Naturalist Capitalist
Episode 253 - Understanding Palestine with Quinn Driggs

Naturalist Capitalist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 66:20


Quinn Driggs joins me to talk about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and its roots, as well as the Military Industrial Complex's hold on Hollywood.   SHOW LINKS: Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/NaturalistCapitalist LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/ReedCoverdale   GUEST LINKS: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quinnrdriggs/

Writer Mother Monster
Writer Mother Monster: Elana Bell

Writer Mother Monster

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 58:54


(May 19) Elana Bell is the author of Mother Country (BOA Editions in 2020), poems about fertility, motherhood, and mental illness. She is also the founder of the Mother-Artist Salon, a virtual community dedicated to supporting mothers in their artistic practice. Elana's debut collection of poetry, Eyes, Stones (LSU Press 2012), was selected by Fanny Howe as the winner of the 2011 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets, and brings her complex heritage as the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors to consider the difficult question of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.Writer Mother Monster is a conversation series devoted to dismantling the myth of having it all and offering writer-moms solidarity, support, and advice as we make space for creative endeavors. Each episode is streamed live on Facebook and YouTube, then archived right here as an audio podcast.Support the show

Sojourner Truth Radio
9.2.22 Sojourner Truth Friday Roundtable

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 57:32


Today on Sojourner Truth: Our Friday panel round table discussion is back featuring international journalist and Director of the Americas Program Laura Carlsen, historian and Moores Professor of History & African American Studies, Dr. Gerald Horne and Los Angeles school board member Jackie Goldberg, joining host Margaret Prescod to discuss Biden's state of the union speech, the ongoing Department of Justice investigation involving former President Trump, left wing politics in South America, reactions to the passing of the former President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorvachev across the Atlantic, and an update on Israeli-Palestinian relations.

Sojourner Truth Radio
9.2.22 Sojourner Truth Friday Roundtable

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 57:32


Today on Sojourner Truth: Our Friday panel round table discussion is back featuring international journalist and Director of the Americas Program Laura Carlsen, historian and Moores Professor of History & African American Studies, Dr. Gerald Horne and Los Angeles school board member Jackie Goldberg, joining host Margaret Prescod to discuss Biden's state of the union speech, the ongoing Department of Justice investigation involving former President Trump, left wing politics in South America, reactions to the passing of the former President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorvachev across the Atlantic, and an update on Israeli-Palestinian relations.

The Tikvah Podcast
Hussein Aboubakr on the Holocaust in the Arab Moral Imagination

The Tikvah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:44 Very Popular


Fifty years ago, at the 1972 Olympic summer games in Munich, 11 Israeli olympians were held hostage and murdered by members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September. Recently, the Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas, while meeting with the German chancellor, was asked about the event and whether he would apologize for what happened. Abbas declined to apologize, and instead accused the Israelis of having enacted “50 Holocausts” against the Palestinians. Why would Abbas, when asked about a crime Palestinians perpetrated against Israelis, reach for the Holocaust as a weapon? To answer that question, the Egyptian writer Hussein Aboubakr joins this week's podcast. In conversation with Mosaic's editor Jonathan Silver, he explains what Abbas and so many Arabs think about the Holocaust, and why, in the Arab mind, that event is inextricably tied up with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in a twisted logic that has brought many to believe that Israelis are the new Nazis and Palestinians the new Jews.  Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.

Clare FM - Podcasts
Cooraclare Man In Israel Shares Reality Of Living With Bomb Strikes

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 15:31


On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Martin Morrissey from Cooraclare who is currently living just half an hour away from the ongoing Israeli - Palestinian conflict in Jerusalem. Palestinians living in Gaza and the West Bank say they are suffering due to Israeli actions and restrictions. For their part, Israel says it is only acting to protect itself from Palestinian violence. Martin Morrissey will have a better sense than most of us as to what it's like to live with all of that tension, conflict and anger in the background.

Kan English
EU duped into funding of Palestinian fronts for PFLP

Kan English

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 5:21


Prof. Gerald Steinberg, president of NGO Monitor, says that giving funding to Palestinians was a core part of Europe's political involvement in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. He said the Europeans were reluctant to admit they had been duped the Palestinian groups posing as human rights organizations and see their funding going to terrorism. (photo: See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Loving Liberty Radio Network
08-08-2022 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 54:10


Buddy Carter, U.S. Representative for the 1st District of Georgia, discusses the latest on the Senate reconciliation bill and his bill opposing President Biden's executive order on abortion. Chris Mitchell, CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief, shares the latest news on the recently brokered Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire. Erica Steinmiller-Perdomo, Alliance Defending Freedom legal counsel, provides an update on an ADF lawsuit against the Biden administration for threatening to take away children's lunches if their schools don't embrace radical gender policy. Will Flanders, Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty's research director, shares his new report showing how colleges are teaching future educators to take their Leftist indoctrination into elementary school classrooms. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Loving Liberty Radio Network
08-09-2022 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 54:10


Buddy Carter, U.S. Representative for the 1st District of Georgia, discusses the latest on the Senate reconciliation bill and his bill opposing President Biden's executive order on abortion. Chris Mitchell, CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief, shares the latest news on the recently brokered Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire. Erica Steinmiller-Perdomo, Alliance Defending Freedom legal counsel, provides an update on an ADF lawsuit against the Biden administration for threatening to take away children's lunches if their schools don't embrace radical gender policy. Will Flanders, Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty's research director, shares his new report showing how colleges are teaching future educators to take their Leftist indoctrination into elementary school classrooms. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Guy Benson Show
Gaslighting: Biden Blasted For Claiming ‘Zero' Inflation In July Report

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 122:08


3:05pm: Inflation climbed 8.5% in July as prices cool but remain near record high    3:20pm: Biden Says There Was 'Zero Inflation' in July 3:35pm: Guest: Congressman Tony Gonzalez (R-TX-23)  3:50pm: NBC: A Gaza mother mourns her only child killed by a missile in the latest Israeli-Palestinian fighting  4:05pm: Guest: Shannon Bream, chief legal correspondent & anchor of FOX News @ Night with Shannon Bream 4:20pm: WH Press Sec. Karine Jean-Pierre promises the new IRS funding in the Inflation Reduction Act will only be used to target wealthy tax cheats 4:35pm: Was Last Night's Special Congressional Election in Minnesota Good or Bad News for the GOP?  4:50pm: Limited monkey pox vaccine supply would be stretched under FDA plan  5:05pm:  Guest: Jessica Tarlov, Fox News Contributor, Co-Host of the Five 5:20pm: Pelosi: China is one of the freest societies 5:35pm: (Replay) 5:50pm: Kicker Topic: Don't Cry over spilled Fireball!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SBS News Updates
AM bulletin 9 August 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:18


China warns its Taiwan military drills will continue; Middle East ceasefire holding as Israeli Palestinian tensions ease; Australia closes out the Commonwealth Games top of the medal tally.

Ambitious Crossover Attempt
Episode 32 - Rockets, Racism, And A Review

Ambitious Crossover Attempt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 68:57


Jen and Noam talk about the failed Hamas rocket attack on Israel, comparisons of the Israeli - Palestinian conflict and the Russian - Ukranian conflict, weird woke racism, and the Hulu Predator movie Prey Don't forget to catch us on Wednesdays at 8:30pm EST on Callin - download the Callin app on both Apple and Android and subscribe to join us in the conversation! https://www.callin.com/show/all-crossed-out-jVWglWcHxW 

The Daily Article
10-year-old Uvalde shooting victim walks out of hospital after 66 days

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:14


Last Friday, Mayah Zamora of Uvalde, Texas walked out of University Hospital sixty-six days after she was shot in three limbs during the Robb Elementary School shooting on May 24. In The Daily Article for August 8, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison also discusses an Israeli-Palestinian truce, China expanding military exercises around Taiwan, and the polio virus spreading in New York City, noting that each story illustrates the power of persistence—a trait lacking in our culture but necessary to the Christian faith. Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe

Ask a Jew
ASK A JEW: The Naked and Afraid Archeologist

Ask a Jew

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 57:20


Yael and Chaya Leah debate the hot issues of the day, from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to something happening to someone in China? (We weren't really paying attention). Also: how we define our Judaism (surprisingly the girls have very different answers for this), the best and worst airports, Chaya Leah gets fat-shamed by an (anti-semitic) TSA dog, Yael pulls off a major international smuggling operation at the age of 14, and much much more! Book recommendation: Spies of No Country, by Matti Friedman.Broadway recommendation: MJ the Musical (It's amazing. Don't @ me.)

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Did Biden's trip yield closer Israeli-Saudi ties? Jury's out

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 22:21


Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Editor David Horovitz and United States correspondent Jacob Magid join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. Magid, who is part of the journalists' pool covering the trip of United States President Joe Biden to the Holy Land and Saudia Arabia, shares what it's like being a Jewish journalist in Jeddah, where casual antisemitism is a way of life. We hear about the dissonant narratives regarding what could appear to some as warming ties between Israel and Saudia Arabia -- but is being soundly debranded of that idea by the Saudis. Magid also reported on a frosty beginning to the meeting between Biden and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. What caused the chill? Horovitz weighs in on the Israel-leg of the Biden visit. Was it a success? And what is very different in the messaging of this president vis a vis the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Discussed articles include: Contradicting Biden, Saudis deny opening of airspace is step toward ties with Israel Saudi minister: Peace with Israel ‘strategic option' but not before 2-state solution Biden hails ‘historic' Saudi decision allowing Israeli flights over its airspace After Biden raises Khashoggi murder, MBS retorts with question on Abu Akleh killing Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. Image: President Joe Biden arrives at King Abdulaziz International Airport, July 15, 2022, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AJC Passport
Building on the Abraham Accords: President Biden's Trip to the Middle East, and Its Implications for Israeli-Saudi Relations

AJC Passport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 21:45 Very Popular


This week, President Joe Biden is visiting the Middle East on a tour that includes Israel, the West Bank, and Saudi Arabia. Amid looming Iranian nuclear concerns, a shaky U.S.-Saudi relationship, and continued Israeli-Palestinian uncertainty, much work needs to be accomplished. How can President Biden strengthen the United States' strategic presence in the region? What needs to be done to improve the United States' connection to Saudi Arabia? How close are Israel and Saudi Arabia to normalization? Retired U.S. Ambassador Marc Sievers, Director of American Jewish Committee's office in Abu Dhabi: The Sidney Lerner Center for Arab-Jewish Understanding, joins us this week to discuss these matters.  ___ Episode Lineup:  (0:40) Marc Sievers ___ Show Notes: Photo by Israeli Government Press Office (GPO)/Handout Watch the AJC Global Forum 2022 session: Winds of Change: The New Middle East View additional highlights from AJC Global Forum 2022: AJC.org/GlobalForumNews Listen to Marc Sievers on People of the Pod: The Historic Israel-UAE Meeting Learn more on Global Voice: What to Draw From President Biden's Middle East Visit Listen to our latest episode: Antisemitism in Latin America: The Lasting Impact of the AMIA Attack Don't forget to subscribe to People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: peopleofthepod@ajc.org If you've enjoyed this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, tag us on social media with #PeopleofthePod, and hop onto Apple Podcasts to rate us and write a review, to help more listeners find us.

Tel Aviv Review
First, Do No Harm: Rashid Khalidi on US Peace-Blocking (Rerun)

Tel Aviv Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 34:14 Very Popular


America has long been viewed as the quintessential broker of Israeli-Palestinian peace. In his book Brokers of Deceit: How the US Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East, Columbia University Professor Rashid Khalidi argues that it's no accident peace has not yet materialized. He shows how the US undermines, rather than advancing an agreement, by playing the role of "Israel's lawyer," or perhaps its siamese twin. This episode of the Tel Aviv Review was made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democratic, and liberal values in the social discourse in Israel.

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Lapid heads to Turkey as tourists face security threat

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 17:16


Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. US reporter Jacob Magid and political correspondent Tal Schneider join host Jessica Steinberg for today's podcast. Schneider discusses Israel's warning to Israeli tourists in Turkey of Iranian plans to attack Israelis, as foreign minister Yair Lapid plans to visit the region on Thursday. Magid reviews more details about US President Joe Biden's mid-July visit to the region, and what Biden can accomplish during his trip as Israel's government wanes in power. He also looks at the effects of the possible downgrading of the rank of the US military post tasked with bolstering security coordination between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Discussed articles include: Lapid set to visit Turkey amid efforts to thwart Iranian attacks on Israelis there Israelis hide out in Istanbul hotels amid Iran attack warnings: ‘Why take the risk?' Senators urge against lowering rank of Israeli-Palestinian security ties coordinator Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: A Turkish police officer walks in front of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, on June 14, 2022. (Yasin Akgul/AFP) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Israel Policy Pod
Critical Neighbors Part 2: The Israeli-Palestinian Arena

Israel Policy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 71:06


Amid strained U.S.-Palestinian relations and political uncertainty in Israel, President Biden is set to visit Israel and the West Bank next month. Nimrod Novik (Israel Fellow, Israel Policy Forum and former Israeli diplomat) and Ibrahim Eid Dalalsha (Director, Horizon Center for Political Studies and Media Outreach) join host Neri Zilber (Policy Advisor, Israel Policy Forum and Tel Aviv-based journalist) for a discussion on expectations for Biden's visit, why the PA's relations with the U.S. and Israel have reached a low point, what happened to Prime Minister Bennett's mantra of “shrinking the conflict,” and what is in store for the PA after Mahmoud Abbas exits the stage.Support the show

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:55 Very Popular


Last month, Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot and killed while reporting on an Israeli military raid of a Palestinian refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. Multiple media investigations say the evidence suggests Abu Akleh was killed by targeted Israeli fire, not stray bullets from a chaotic skirmish. Meanwhile, the U.S. has called for an impartial investigation into Abu Akleh's death, but has stopped short of leading such a probe.  Guest: Dalia Hatuqa, a journalist specializing in Israeli/Palestinian affairs and regional Middle East issues. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:55 Very Popular


Last month, Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot and killed while reporting on an Israeli military raid of a Palestinian refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. Multiple media investigations say the evidence suggests Abu Akleh was killed by targeted Israeli fire, not stray bullets from a chaotic skirmish. Meanwhile, the U.S. has called for an impartial investigation into Abu Akleh's death, but has stopped short of leading such a probe.  Guest: Dalia Hatuqa, a journalist specializing in Israeli/Palestinian affairs and regional Middle East issues. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trumpcast
What Next: The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:55


Last month, Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot and killed while reporting on an Israeli military raid of a Palestinian refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. Multiple media investigations say the evidence suggests Abu Akleh was killed by targeted Israeli fire, not stray bullets from a chaotic skirmish. Meanwhile, the U.S. has called for an impartial investigation into Abu Akleh's death, but has stopped short of leading such a probe.  Guest: Dalia Hatuqa, a journalist specializing in Israeli/Palestinian affairs and regional Middle East issues. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts
Moloch Splits Israel & Destroys Food 06/14/2022 - Audio

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:48


Today we see how the Biden Administration takes a major step to roll back Trump's Jerusalem Embassy move. A U.S. Department Official will also discuss Israeli-Palestinian relations and U.S. support for a two-state solution. This means America will have a hand in splitting Israel. Pastor Stan also shares how 65 Food Plants have been destroyed in the last year. How can that be? Well he gives the answer in today's video. 00:00 America is Splitting Israel 06:18 Headlines given to Leslie Johnson 08:19 Headlines given to Chris Reed 09:45 USA Based Food Plants Destroyed 12:28 What were the Causes? 14:06 Scalar Wave Technology 21:20 Russia has Scalar Wave Weapons 23:50 Russia’s Secret Weapon Video Clip 28:51 Russia Bundle at WatchProphecyClub.com

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts
Moloch Splits Israel & Destroys Food 06/14/2022 - Video

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:48


Today we see how the Biden Administration takes a major step to roll back Trump's Jerusalem Embassy move. A U.S. Department Official will also discuss Israeli-Palestinian relations and U.S. support for a two-state solution. This means America will have a hand in splitting Israel. Pastor Stan also shares how 65 Food Plants have been destroyed in the last year. How can that be? Well he gives the answer in today's video. 00:00 America is Splitting Israel 06:18 Headlines given to Leslie Johnson 08:19 Headlines given to Chris Reed 09:45 USA Based Food Plants Destroyed 12:28 What were the Causes? 14:06 Scalar Wave Technology 21:20 Russia has Scalar Wave Weapons 23:50 Russia’s Secret Weapon Video Clip 28:51 Russia Bundle at WatchProphecyClub.com

The Puck: Venture Capital and Beyond
Episode 44: Melissa Weintraub of Resetting the Table

The Puck: Venture Capital and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 49:53


On this week's episode, Jim sits down with Melissa Weintraub, co-founder and executive director of Resetting the Table, an organization dedicated to dialogue across political divides. Their conversation touches on Melissa's professional roots working on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, growing up in a very politically red community, and how we can all do a better, healthier, job of communicating with one another.

American Party Podcast
Episode 127 - The Critical Qur'an

American Party Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 66:42


Author Robert B. Spencer joins the show to discuss his new book, "The Critical Qur'an", the historical evidence that Muhammad never existed, why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will likely never be resolved, and how Muslims view the Qur'an in contrast with how Christians view the Bible.     Buy Drinkin' Bros new Hard AF Seltzer Here!   Buy Drinkin' Bros Merch Here!   Go to ghostbed.com/drinkinbros 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 today and claim a free indoor security camera plus 20% off with Interactive Monitoring. Go to SIMPLISAFE.com/americanparty.

CNN News Briefing
9 AM ET: SCOTUS' regroup, child hepatitis lookout, Patti LuPone's Broadway outburst & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 4:29


The Supreme Court is meeting today for the first time since a leaked draft opinion suggested it plans to overturn Roe v. Wade. A Russian civilian has reportedly been killed by cross border shelling from Ukraine, as fighting continues around Mariupol's Azovstal plant. Thousands came out today to commemorate a journalist killed in the West Bank, as an offer for a joint Israeli-Palestinian investigation was rejected. The CDC wants doctors to lookout for a virus that could be linked with rising child cases of hepatitis - we'll bring you the details. Plus, why Broadway legend Patti LuPone was shouting at an audience member. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Consider This from NPR
Following The Journey of One Palestinian Seeking Medical Care In Gaza

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 25:01 Very Popular


One Palestinian man's struggle to get life-saving medical care while living in the Gaza Strip highlights many lesser-seen victims of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Since the militant group Hamas took over Gaza 15 years ago, Israel's travel restrictions have resulted in many barriers for Palestinians seeking critical health care.Palestinians can try to get medical treatment both in and outside of Gaza, but need a travel permit to choose the latter. And while Israel grants thousands of travel permits a year, the timeline for securing one can be long. Some doctors have also fled Gaza. All of these factors can pose dangerous delays for vital treatment.NPR Jerusalem Correspondent Daniel Estrin followed one patient's difficult journey to get heart surgery.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

First Thing with Kevin Manno
Monday, April 18th 2022

First Thing with Kevin Manno

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 13:42


Get informed. Quickly. Russia's invasion of Ukraine, more Israeli-Palestinian clashes, mass shootings over the weekend, Coachella recap, Tom Hanks reunion, Pineapple Express, New BTS Album, Chance The Rapper, Costco, Boston Marathon, the worlds oldest dog & more...