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Yishai is joined in-studio by Tamir Druz, director of Capra Energy Group, an independent energy consulting firm advising different governments, among them Israel’s, to answer some key questions. Is natural gas the fuel of choice and why? What about pollution? Is the air in Israel’s third largest city, Haifa, really harmful? And why do gas prices keep fluctuating?
Then, Yishai is joined via phone by Arjun, a Nepalese national, who describes the situation on the ground in Kathmandu following the earthquake.
Finally, Yishai is joined in-studio by Eugene Kontorovich, law professor at Northwestern University and senior fellow at the Kohelet Policy Forum, to discuss how the narrative of Israel’s birth has an impact on its future. He says that If Israel is a product of the UN Partition Plan, then it makes sense for it to be shrunk at some point. On the other hand, if Israel’s original borders clearly encompass Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank”), then maybe its future is to remain there. Kontorovich also lays out the dangers of a potential anti-Israel Security Council resolution.