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Today, I discuss recent developments from the Arab-Israeli peace process
Segment 1: Mahmoud Abbas forms a unity Government with Hamas. After constantly playing word games by saying that they refuse to recognize Israel as a Jewish state [so then they can get away with saying that they refuse to recognize Israel's existence by using different wording, as the world just nods approvingly because of their blind support of the "Palestinians"], he says that the new Unity Government would recognize Israel. Hamas continues with their adament refusal to recognize Israel's right to exist
Segment 2: Kerry gets controversy when he warns that a failure in the Peace Process could turn Israel into an "Apartheid state". While it's true that the word "Apartheid" may be inappropiate to use when describing Israel, how far off the mark was he? There is no doubt that the continued occupation is a moral burden for Israel, especially for young Israelis who get drafted into the IDF sent off to the West Benk and are forced to decide many aspects of life for the Arab civilian population [like whether they pass through checkpoints or whether to shoot at terrorists in civilian areas] and are forced to determine who is a terrorist or not. But on the other hand, is Kerry blinding himself with the "Palestinian" violations of the peace process and their word games? What's up with him drawing moral equivalences between Israel and the Arabs?
Segment 3, Price Tag terrorism: Is Tag Machir [Price Tag] a potential obstacle to peace? How should Israel deal with these Apartheid-minded trouble makers?
Tune in, as I discuss these issues.
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