Tuesday, July 17, 2018

This Week on Nothing Left

Michael Lumish

For the first hour this week, Michael Burd and Alan Freedman focus on the plight of the Jewish community in the UK as it is facing a rise in antisemitism and a hostile Labour Party – Michael is overseas and was recently in London, and he sat down with English blogger Richard Millet in London to get his views on these issues.

Then the fellahs speak with academic Denis MacEoin concerning an article written by an English bishop, and move on to discuss Jeremy Corbyn.

In the second hour we hear from Israeli commando Daniel K from the Duvdevan Unit of the IDF (the TV series Fauda was based on this unit) and then catch up with Tamar Yonah from Israel News Talk Radio who runs a program that discusses issues in a similar way to Nothing Left.

Michael and Alan also have something to say about the ABC’s coverage of the Gaza conflict and what the Australian Jewish Association did in response.

Here is this week's episode of Nothing Left ...

3 min Editorial:  UK Labour Party antisemitism

8 min Michael speaks to Richard Millet in London on the situation facing UK Jewry

23 min Denis MacEoin part 1, on Bishop Tomlin

34 min Denis MacEoin part 2, on UK Labour

50 min Daniel K, Israeli commando from Duvdevan Unit {FAUDA}

1 hr 12 Discussion on ABC bias, David Adler on Outsiders

1 hr 20 Tamar Yonah, Israel News Talk Radio

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1 comment:

  1. International journalists avoid criticizing Muslims because they know that any criticism of Muslims or Islam or Arabs can cause them to become targets of terrorists.

    One example: Daniel Pearl was murdered by Muslim terrorists:

    So far as I know, Israel does not inflict any punishment or penalty on journalists who treat Israel unfairly; therefore, the same journalists who would never dream of criticizing Muslims feel free to attack Israel relentlessly.

    Most Americans do not know that the number of international journalists in Israel is greater than the number of international journalists in all 22 Arab nations combined.

    My suggestion to the government of Israel (in the extraordinarily-unlikely scenario where they would actually listen to me) is that no journalists be admitted to Israel, except those have proven themselves to be pro-Israel.

    Any international journalist who attacks Israel unfairly should be eternally banned from entering Israel, and also all employees of the organization that employed the journalist who attacked Israel.

    International journalists who falsely slander Israel or reveal Israel's military secrets should be thrown in jail.

    Israel-bashing newspapers that should be eternally banned from entering Israel include: The New York Times, The Guardian and the BBC.

    Who are the Palestinians?