On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, an interview with Jerusalem Post op-ed editor, columnist, and journalist Seth Frantzman on the most recent news out of the Middle East. Frantzman explains the situation on the Syrian side of the Golan, which saw an attack against a Druze village over the weekend by anti-regime Jihadists, and what that event means for Israel. He also discusses the sudden resignation of the Lebanese Prime Minister due to the Iran/Hezbollah influence in that country. Frantzman, who has covered the war against ISIS in Iraq from the front lines, also gives an update on the situation in relation to the Kurds in that country and discusses how disappointing it is that they are not given the support they need and deserve from Western nations.
On today’s Israel Uncensored powerhouse pro-Israel activist Joseph Waks introduces listeners to an amazing initiative, which will allow Israelis and tourists to visit 70 off the beaten track locations throughout the country in celebration of 70 years of Statehood. Waks’ goal is to unite the Jewish People from all segments of Israeli society and the Diaspora by introducing them to their heritage, whether in the Golan, Judea and Samaria,or in other areas not often on standard travel itineraries.
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