Israel on Sunday entered a third national lockdown with coronavirus cases spiking. Will this be the final lockdown as hundreds of thousands of Israelis have already received their inoculations? Prime Minister Netanyahu hopes that at least 2 million Israelis will receive their shots by the end of January. Plus, Israel is headed towards its fourth election in the past two years. Will Netanyhau hold on as the country’s leader, or will a coalition be formed led by either former Likud member Gideon Sa’ar and his “New Hope” party or Naftali Bennett’s Yamina? All of this plus the other latest news from Israel, on this week’s Israel Uncensored, with Josh Hasten.

The Chanukah mega-show: first, Malkah Fleisher on the Knesset’s Equality bill and the continuing fight against Hellenism. Then, Rabbi Yehuda HaKohen of the Vision Movement on the Post-Zionist discourse. Finally, Josh Reinstein of the Allies Caucus on the future of the ‘Nationalist camp” and Gideon Saar bolting the Likud. And with cameos: Leah Fleisher on going back to school, and comedian Elon Gold on Why Jews don’t need Xmas trees!

Gil Hoffman reports from Likud challenger Gideon Sa’ar’s rally Monday night in the Tel Aviv suburb Or Yehuda. He interviews Likud MKs Sharren Haskel and Michal Shir and former MK Yehudah Glick, who support Sa’ar, as well as Tel Aviv University political science Professor Emmanuel Navon. Listen to the sounds and feel the energy at the largest rally opposing Netanyahu inside his own Likud party in a generation.

Likud leadership candidate Gideon Sa’ar unveils his foreign policy in a speech to pro Israel members of parliament from around the world. He explains his vision of moral clarity that he said needs to be adopted on Islamic terrorism and the Palestinian issue. This week on Inside Israel Today, Gil Hoffman speaks at the event to Israel Allies Foundation president Josh Reinstein and South Carolina representative Alan D. Clemmons who spear headed an effort to get state legislators across America  to pass bills outlawing boycotts of Israel.