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Wonder Woman in the Knesset Sharren Haskel

Wonder Woman in Knesset, MK Sharren Haskel- A Hebrew in the Heartland Feb. 27, 2018

The David Ha'ivri Show

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On today's show David Ha'ivri will be speaking with Likud Knesset Member Sharren Haskel, youngest and prettiest member of the Netanyahu coalition. Sharren a real fighter is a veteran of Israel's Border Police unit,  a Veterinarian nurse and a Vegan. As an ideologue and a social activist she found herself on an unexpected path to a political career. While her social agenda might seem liberal to some she is a conservative and even a hawk on issues of Israel's national security, sovereignty and borders.

We will also be hearing from our friendly Zionist Arab Fred Maroun about his new article confronting those who oppose the existence of Jewish life in Judea and Samaria.

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Do all Arabs hate Israel? Is there any hope for change? Today David will be speaking with Lebanese writer Fred Maroun who has become a big supporter of Israel. Growing up in Lebanon during the civil war and the Israeli invasion, he could have easily matured into another hater of Israel, but Fred chose a different path. Today he advocates for friendly relations with the Jewish State and believes that this is the direction that leaders of Lebanon and other Arab states should take.

On today’s show David will be speaking about reports that PM Netanyahu told Likud party members that he was negotiating with the American administration for declaring Israel sovereignty over the Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria.

The White House denies that such talks have ever took place. If Netanyahu is telling the truth the act itself is opposite of sovereignty. So very problematic.

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?

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