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Lois and Richard Gunther - Recipients of Arthur P. Stern Leadership Award
Congressman Adam Schiff - Special Guest!
You Must Be Kidding:
An Israeli military court in the West Bank sentenced Waed Tamimi, the brother of the well-known former Palestinian teen prisoner Ahed Tamimi, to 14 months in prison for throwing stones at Israeli Border Police, the same amount of time that former soldier Elor Azaria sat in prison, for shooting in the head and killing an already shot, injured and incapacitated Palestinian assailant.**
Go HERE for an archive of past versions featuring Israelis such as Shabtai Shavit, Yuval Diskin, Yitzhak Rabin, Meir Dagan, Tzipi Livni, Shlomo Gazit, Rabbi Michael Melchior, and more....
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Thank you for adding your voice to the many supporters of Israel in the Los Angeles area who oppose Israel's new "Entry Law".
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Peace Now's Hagit Ofran gives a briefing to the group on the Mount of Olives, overlooking the Temple Mount / Noble Sancuary
Waiting to enter the US Consulate in Jerusalem for meeting with Consul General Donald Blome.
Two pictures above is the amphitheater, and directly above are the flags of Rawabi, the first Palestinian planned-city in the West Bank
LEFT: Israeli Journalist Amir Tibbon talks about living at the border with Gaza. Tibbon covered the most recent Gaza War and one month later moved from Tel Aviv to Kibbutz Nahal Oz. RIGHT: Maj. General (ret.) Noam Tibbone (yes, he is Noam's father) spoke about security needs with Gaza directly behind him.
The only "bombproof playground" is in Sderet, Israel near Gaza. On the left is the outside of the play structure/shelter, and on the right is a view from the inside.