We will be speaking about media commotion and criticism of Israeli public figures who have expressed support for German right wing political parties.
Are there German, political parties that do not have anti-Semitism within them? what about so-called liberal parties who support BDS, the systematic boycott of products produced by the Jewish state? Is it okay to engage with members of those parties who are participating in modern-day anti-Semitism by boycotting Israel?
And then to depart from the bad and focus on the, positive side, we will be talking about what people can do to support Israel wherever they might be, listeners around the world can learn from Andreas and his experience online and in real life activism for Israel. Wherever you might be around the world there is something you can be doing for Israel.
David will be speaking with Conservative Australian Youtuber “El Dia Opina” about what it means to be a “youtuber” and how she relates to Israel and and anti-Israel dis-information being spread around the internet. In future weeks El Dia will be hosting David Ha’ivri on her youtube channel. In past show’s Dia has had other personalities on her show including the Imam of Peace Sheikh Tawhidi and American celebrity Joy Villa.
Summing up a very busy week for Israel. Following a very impressive visit for Prime Minister Netanyahu in India he returns to Israel to receive and host historic visit by US Vice President Mike Pence. On today’s show David will be reviewing the highs of VP Pence’s speech at Israel’s Knesset but also responding to lows of that speech and statements that were made by the VP while in Jordan.
Rabbi Raziel Shevach was murdered in a terrorist attack just outside of Havat Gilad in Shomron. David will be speaking with Ilana Shimon a community organizer in the town of Havat Gilad and a close friend of the Shevech family. She will tell about challenges of giving in a pioneering community in the hills of Shomron end of her efforts to raise funds to build up the community and to provide support for the Shevach family.