Rabbi Yishai Fleisher is joined by Malkah Fleisher to figure out whether flying to the UAE will be a norm in Israeli life and whether we should celebrate the start of school and the brace for Corona lockdown? Then, the Torah portion of Ki Tavo is about the highest highs (knowing God) and the lowest lows (Shoa). Finally, renowned geopolitical scholar and author Dr. Michael Doran joins to discuss the threat of China to the Middle East and to answer the question: What does China want with Israel?

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, an interview with Danny Seaman, Director of the Movement for Governability and Democracy “Meshilult,” to get his take on the announced Israel/UAE peace deal. Seaman says that the agreement represents the “Netanyahu doctrine,” the Prime Minister’s policy of establishing relations with other countries with common goals in mind. In this case, it’s the Arab Sunni world’s desire to find partners willing to take on the Iranian threat. At the same time, Seaman says that the agreement proves wrong those who believe the key to peace in the Middle East is an Israeli concession-based deal with the PA.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, an interview with Josh Reinstein, founder of the Israel Allies Foundation on his new book “Titus, Trump and the Triumph of Israel; The Power of Faith-Based Diplomacy.” In the book Reinstein outlines the Jewish nation’s legal and political rights to the Land of Israel, but says “they pale in comparison to the Biblical rights of the Jewish people to the land.” He discusses how today’s friends of Israel are those supporters in the Judeo-Chrisitian world, who turn to the Bible as their guide to understand what’s really happening in Israel in the Middle East.

Political commentator, journalist and author Caroline Glick joins Eve Harow to explain – with her trademark directness – the huge importance and ramifications of the US killing of arch terrorist Qassem Soleimani.

A tremendous destabilizing force who was responsible for the murder of thousands in and out of the Middle East, this act has created an opportunity for regime change in Iran. Caroline shares her opinion on the players in the region and how American strength is critical to ensure security for good people around the globe. Iraq, Russia, Syria, Turkey, Europe, Egypt- get ready for an hour-long primer on the maelstrom surrounding little, stable Israel.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten a very special interview with Mark Lavie, who has been a journalist covering Israel and the Middle East since 1972. Lavie’s new book, “Why Are We Still Afraid” insists that while Israel today has many enemies, the Jewish State faces no existential threats. Lavie says that we should therefore focus on fixing our societal problems instead. Lavie also says that the BDS movement might be noisy, but has done very little harm over the past decade, as Israel continues to expand into many markets around the globe.

Jerusalem based Jonathan Spyer, Eve’s favorite on the ground Mid East analyst, shares his insights in the UK on the constantly changing landscape and the players in the very real and dangerous game of Risk being played out in the area. What will the US pullout from Syria do to the Kurds? Which weak links will get wiped off the board? Saudis, Iranians, Iraqis, ISIS, Israel, Russia, Jordan and Turkey. One wrong move and blood doesn’t spill, it pours. Listen and then continue to follow him if you don’t already.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten an interview with radio personality and author Shai Ben-Tekoa. His book Phantom Nation: Inventing the “Palestinians” as the obstacle to peace, is now available in a two-volume hardcover format. The book explains how Muslim Brotherhood Jihadists have camouflaged their intentions of ridding the Middle East of its Jews with the creation of a “Palestinian” entity, historical homeland, etc.  Also on the show, Josh discusses the horrific brutal terror attack carried out by a Jihadist on Sunday, claiming the lives of two Israelis. When will this terror end?

Gil Hoffman gives an insider’s look into the exciting events at the Knesset Monday night, when MKs advanced a bill that could draft yeshiva students and passed a law that removes funding for the Palestinian Authority that is given to terrorists and their families. He explains the potential impact of each bill and whether one could be a first step to elections and the other to Middle East peace. Along the way, he talks about the vibrancy of Israeli democracy, where there is never a dull moment.

Did you ever wonder how the Jews when from being the martyrs of Europe to the military power of the Middle East in less than fifty years?This episode exposes the roots of the extraordinary transformation of the physical culture of Am Yisrael in Max Nordau’s vision of a muscular Judaism.

In a precise, no-nonsense fashion, retired British Colonel Richard Kemp speaks with Eve about the “RE-creation” of the Jewish state in it’s Homeland.
Their discussion covers the Israel Defense Forces’ extreme morality, the tremendous benefits that Israeli military intelligence and civilian advances provide the world, Israel’s patchy relationship with his own country and his personal experience with Israelis. Colonel Kemp’s insights include how Judaism’s inherent decency and antipathy to violence is a larger influence on Israeli society than usually recognized, and he reiterates -from his vast experience in the region -that Israel is at the forefront of battling the Islamic threat to the entire West and Iran’s reshaping of the Middle East. A true friend of mankind, he shed no tears at yesterday’s death of the Hamas engineer of terrorism. His clarity and moral integrity are a breath of fresh air in a world that sometimes seems to have lost its way. For Eve, this interview was a very real honor. Listen and share.

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