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Something big is about to happen and that something deep must be learned. Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel connect the dots between the global inferno unfolding around Syria and the personal tragedies unfolding all around them on this weeks Israel Inspired.
Orly speaks with Holocaust survivor Samuel Schlesinger and future MK Roei Kashi from the Likud party. Orly also mentions and analyzes the current Syria-Russia-USA tensions and sends their leaders a personal message.
Hariri: Assad didn't win in Syria. Putin and Rouhani won.
"The prime minister maintained his position regarding Israel’s security and the non-acceptance of the Iranian forces’ consolidation in Syria," Putin's spokeswoman said.
The UAV was made in Russia, and launched by the Assad army, apparently for gathering intelligence about the deployment of anti-government forces along the border with Israel.
In the end, President Trump who has been so adamant about the folly of Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, is signing off on allowing the Iranian threat against the Jewish State to come in a thousand miles closer.
Israel attacked a chemical weapons development facility near the city of Al-Maysaf in the Hama province in western Syria overnight Thursday, according to multiple...
Assad had a special message for his neighbor to the north Erdogan, who, he said, "is playing the role of political beggar after his support for terrorists was exposed."
Oliver Stone’s appearance on Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show' was a disaster – and most of it never made it to air.
The trade turnover between Russia and Iran grew by 80% in 2016.
Israel is in a period of diplomatic progress.
Hezbollah forces in Syria could turn on the Russians, using their advanced arms, including their anti-aircraft weapons.
A former CIA official told NBC News that the US will find it difficult to retaliate by embarrassing Putin, for the same reason the Russians didn't bother to release embarrassing information about Donald Trump.
In August 2016 two Be-200s were sent to Portugal to help in extinguishing forest fires. Four days later it was reported that the fire was prevented from spreading in the direction of two settlements and a national park.
"President Putin offered to meet in Moscow on September 9," Abbas said. "I agreed. I was to fly to Moscow from here (Warsaw) to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu."
When Netanyahu and Putin spoke on the phone last week, the summit idea was part of their discussion.
US-Turkey relations have so deteriorated after the coup that Washington no longer trusts Ankara with the nuclear weapons.
It isn't clear who is panicking more at the moment—Jerusalem or Washington—over the possibility that Turkey, a NATO member, would switch sides and coalesce with Russia and Iran.
It could be that the bulk of Trump's voters remain under the polling radar, but come November they would give their candidate his unlikely victory.
Terror attacks in Europe are shaking the continent, but something BIGGER may be brewing.