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.

Who put a picture of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh in a bikini on highway billboards and why? Which politicians are harming their own cause by exposing their naked ego? Gil Hoffman answers these questions and more with the help of Israel Victory Project Israel director Daniel Seaman.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, over 700 rockets were fired at Israel over the weekend resulting in the death of four Israelis. Was Israel too quick to seek a cease fire with Hamas? Doesn’t Israel have a policy of not negotiating with terrorists? Could Prime Minister Netanyahu be looking for quiet as Israel gets ready to host Eurovision? Also on the show Marc Prowisor Director of Security for the One Israel Fund reports from down south where he is busy providing necessary equipment to the security chiefs and medics in full anticipation that this “cease fire” won’t last long.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, an interview with Col. (res) Maurice Hirsch who is the head of legal strategies for the Palestinian Media Watch organization. In his latest column featured on the Mida news magazine website, Hirsch argues that instead of targeting empty buildings, Israel should be targeting the Hamas terrorists themselves. Hirsch is worried that Israel’s response to rocket attacks, which includes giving prior warnings before attacking strategic targets thus allowing the terrorists to flee, shows that unfortunately “Israel’s leaders, together with the IDF, have lost the desire to defend Israel’s sovereignty and defeat its enemies.” A sad state of affairs indeed.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, Josh touches on the the various fronts from north to south, in which Israel was forced to act militarily in self defense over the course of this past week. Another rocket was fired by Gazan terrorists at Israel’s southern communities over the weekend accompanied by additional Hamas threats. The IDF responded by striking Hamas terror targets. At the same Israel has uncovered a sixth Hezbollah terror tunnel from Lebanon as part of its ‘Operation Northern Shield.’ Also, Prime Minister Netanyahu opened his cabinet meeting on Sunday admitting that Israel was behind a strike on an Iranian arms warehouses in Damascus, Syria a day earlier. Never a dull moment in the Jewish State or in the Middle East!

While Prime Minister Netanyahu is trying to salvage his government, indications at this point show that Israel could be headed towards early elections. Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has already resigned, and while Ministers Bennett and Shaked this morning decided to remain in the government, can Netanyahu somehow hang on with a razor thin 61-seat majority in the Knesset? Also, despite the political turmoil and the chaos caused by Hamas this past week firing nearly 500 rockets at Israeli towns, Israel is on pace for a record number of tourists visiting the Jewish State in 2018. Josh Hasten discusses these topics and everything else making news on this weeks’ “Israel Uncensored.”

Evil Hamas rockets are coming down from the sky on Israel, but the Jewish people are dreaming of Jacob’s ladder connecting between heaven and earth. Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to walk with the Forefather Jacob on his adventures, dreams, family life and strife, and the birth of the Tribes of Israel. Then, Rabbi Daniel Korobkin, Senior Rabbi at Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto Congregation (“The BAYT”) join Yishai to talk about Pittsburgh and the Israel-Diaspora divide.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, an exclusive interview with Dan Diker Director of the Project on Political Warfare at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Diker breaks down the bigger picture when it comes to the destabilizing “civil war,” between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority over Gaza. The interview comes as Israel last night killed a top Hamas terrorist in a raid on Gaza, while a top IDF commando lost his life in the battle, and rockets were yet again raining down on the south. Diker also explains the Qatari connection to the entire situation.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, Josh fumes at this past Saturday night’s rally in Tel Aviv, in which Israeli Arabs called for the destruction of the State and the murder of its citizens. Josh says that those who openly prove their treasonous intentions should have their citizenship revoked. Also on the show, the latest news from the Gaza “ceasefire,” which isn’t really a ceasefire as firebomb kites and balloons continue to fall in the south, while Josh says the concept of ‘ceasefire’ doesn’t exist in Hamas Jihadist society.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten an interview with Rabbi David (Dov) Fendel the head of the Max and Ruth Schwartz Hesder Institutions in the town of Sderot. Rabbi Fendel describes what it was like in Sderot this past Shabbat with a house full of guests from abroad as Hamas and other terror groups in Gaza fired nearly 200 rockets at the residents of southern Israel. Rabbi Fendel says that while the country might be focused on the threats to northern Israel, even one rocket fired on the south is one too many. He say that Hamas’ goal is to destroy Israel in stages, but he adds that Israel is “not defeatable.”

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