ISRAEL ENTERS 3rd LOCKDOWN AS ELECTIONS LOOM

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Gil Hoffman analyzes the results of Monday’s election and its lessons. He talks about why Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign was so successful and why challenger Benny Gantz’s was so lackluster. He answers how the US President Donald Trump’s peace plan can now move forward. Finally, he pays tribute to the “corona voters,” the quarantined Israelis who came out of isolation to cast ballots.

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On today’s special election edition of Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, Josh interviews the “man (and woman) in the street” outside a Gush Etzion polling station, as Israel votes for the 23rd Knesset – the country’s third election within a year. While most voters interviewed in this non-scientific poll said they would vote for Yemina led by Naftali Bennett, others said they would be choosing PM Netanyahu’s Likud. Other voters were undecided going into the polling station. Listen to today’s show to get a sense of the logic used by some Israelis as they cast their ballots.

Just in time for CPAC and AIPAC Rabbi Yishai Fleisher is off to America’s capital to lobby for Jewish rights in Judea. Join him after a long day on the Hill as he contemplates the Tabernacle in light of DC.

Gil Hoffman interviews Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and asks him about how US President Donald Trump’s diplomatic plan could be advanced if he or Trump are not re-elected in their current elections. Gil asks about the prime minister about his challenges, from Benny Gantz to Avigdor Liberman, from Iran to Hamas and what he will do if re-elected to help English-speaking immigrants to Israel. Netanyahu also speaks about the Coronavirus and chances that Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard will be allowed to move to Israel.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, Josh discusses the fears of Coronavirus reaching Israel’s shores as South Korean tourists who tested positive for the virus recently toured the country. Around 200 Israeli students, teachers and border police are under quarantine as they may have come in close contact to the group during their visit. Also on the show, Josh praises the IDF’s decision to create deterrence against terror by refusing to turn over the body of a terrorist who tried to plant an explosive device along the Israel/Gaza border fence.

Eve Harow speaks of her her joy and deep gratitude to Hashem at last week’s wedding of her daughter.

She then airs two interviews taped a few days ago at the Our Crowd Investor Summit in Jerusalem, with Dr. Akiva Fuld and Dr. Amit Goffer. Israel is a incredible place for invention and investment and she gives a glimpse of the energy and excitement in the Center.

Eve is heading to AIPAC at the end of this week and moderating a Saturday night event for Judea and Samaria at the JCC in DC, co-sponsored by One Israel Fund and EMET. To join Eve email events@oneisraelfund.org.

May the new month of Adar bring joy and unexpected miracles to us all.

Why does Judaism separate between meat and milk? Rabbi Yishai Fleisher is joined by Rav Mike Feuer to bite down on a heavenly cheeseburger and chew over the 53 commandments in the Torah-portion of Mishpatim. Then, Malkah Fleisher on Israeli children remembering Gush Katif and on American congressmen in the Judean Heartland.

Old politicians never die, they just fade away. The era of Ben Gurion ended in 1963 and it appeared that his replacement, Levi Eshkol, could not live up to his legacy. This episode introduces a new mode of leadership for the State of Israel, and is the first step on the road to telling the tale of the Six Day War.

Gil Hoffman explains why the coronavirus could end up being the game changer that decides Israel’s upcoming election. Gil then ponders the possibility of a minority government and whether it would be legitimate and functional but not whether it would be right or wrong.

During the Global Week of Recognition of Israeli Druze Vets, Eve Harow spoke with Educator Dr. Mike Cohen, involved with development of Israel’s new Druze High-Tech Empowerment Center. Who is this minority group and why are they fiercely loyal to the Jewish State?

 

 

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