After a tense weekend in which Israel shot down an Iranian drone, while Syria downed an Israeli fighter jet, the speculation of a full-blown war on Israel’s northern border is front-page news. On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten, Seth Frantzman op-ed editor, columnist, and journalist at the Jerusalem Post discusses the possibility of war. Frantzman who was in northern Israel trying to enjoy a peaceful weekend when he was called into action, covering the story at the site of the Israeli plane, discusses this breaking development.
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.
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