Monday, July 28, 2014

Discussions and Opinions on Israel July 28

Mark Regev in a rather hostile interview with MSNBC,  finally answers the question posed by  liberals and Jew haters alike, about the occupation of Gaza not considered having ended in 2005 since there is a land and sea blockade.  The answer comes at the very end.

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Full Interview with Mark Regev

Barak Ravid of Haaretz News talks about Secretary of State John Kerry and his efforts to broker a cease fire.

Sen. Graham: Why I said the U.N. was becoming anti-Israel
Jul. 28, 2014 - 4:20 - South Carolina senator on Pres. Obama's handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict and why he believes the United Nations is becoming anti-Semitic

Democracy Now, Reality Later - The news show "Democracy Now" promotes itself as a liberal look at the news. But when did the word "liberal" equate to "anti-Israel?" Democracy Now reports on the "Israeli assault on Gaza" without any mention of Hamas rockets or terrorist tunnels.

Middle East conflict and the media - Jeffrey Goldberg of "The Atlantic" gives his take on pressures reporters face when covering the Middle East.

Hamas, Israel trade blame for blasts - Brooke Baldwin talks with Crossfire Host Newt Gingrich and journalist Peter Beinart about the United States role in Gaza.

Stephen Hadley and James Zogby discuss the current situation in Israel. Stephen Hadley, was assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, serving under President George W. Bush. James Zogby is the author of Arab Voices and the founder and president of the Arab American Institute, a Washington, D.C.–based organization which serves as a political and policy research arm of the Arab-American community.

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