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Newshour: Status of Jerusalem

this evening (thursday 10th), 9.51-9.56pm (repeated 2.20pm friday), on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall) (repeated 10.12pm in the world tonight on bbc radio 4) includes … 46 more words

How to believe this man? Israeli politician - Yair Lapid - attacks Poland and misses the truth

Yair Lapid in Wikipedia is described as an Israeli journalist, politician and writer, as well as a soldier, actor, screenwriter and film music creator, television presenter and boxer, leader of the group Is Future (Yesh Atid), member of the Knesset and Minister of Finance. 620 more words


The full court press to topple Bibi

It’s All Politics: Why Netanyahu Is Likely to Beat the Rap and Keep Leading Israel
by Caroline Glick
February 16, 2018

Abroad, both those that hate the Israeli prime minister and those that admire him view him as a successful leader. 83 more words

Israel & Middle East

On the 'Polish death camps' controversy

The Washington Post reported that Poland’s President Andrzej Duda signed into law a bill outlawing the use of language that associates Poland as responsible for the Holocaust. 1,010 more words


Yair Lapid and Avi Gabbay Show True Colors

Yair Lapid and Avi Gabbay each revealed their real positions and declared war on all religious, nationalist, Zionist and Conservative or right-leaning voters and the work done by the Knesset to legally pass legislation. 1,838 more words


Today: Priti Patel in Israel

this morning (friday 3rd), 8.42-8.44am, on bbc radio 4
today (presented by mishal husain) includes …

“The BBC has learned that the International Development Secretary, Priti Patel, held undisclosed meetings in Israel, with a politician (Yair Lapid), private companies and charities, without telling the Foreign Office while accompanied by a powerful pro-Israeli Conservative lobbyist.”

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The Fall of Netanyahu: Too Little, Too Late

It seems the long reign of Benjamin Netanyahu is coming to its end. Nothing is certain yet, and there will doubtless be more scenes in this… 107 more words

Benjamin Netanyahu