Michael Burd and Alan Freedman are back for 2018 this week, and start with an interview with Israeli activist May Golan who has been campaigning the government to address the crime problem from illegal African immigrants into Israel.
They then chat with Australian Conservatives leader Senator Cory Bernardi on how some politically correct musicians objected to him including their songs in his Australia Day favourites list, and catch up with Senator James Paterson on Australia's voting performance on contentious UN resolutions.
The fellahs also speak with Keith Buxton from Bridhes for Peace on a petition he initiated requesting that Australia moves its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, and find out the view from Jerusalem from Isi Leibler on the latest happenings.
3 min Editorial: highs and lows over summer break
9 min May Golan: illegal African infiltrators in Israel
39 min Senator Cory Bernardi & Bullying tactics from Australian Musicians
51 min Senator James Paterson , Canberra's voice for Israel
1 hr 7 Keith Buxton, Bridges for Peace, Showing the way Israel advocacy
1 hr 26 min Isi Leibler in Jerusalem doesn't Hold back as usual
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