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What Does Trump Really Think of Israel – With David Wurmser


In Episode 30 of the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour, I was joined once again by my colleague and friend Dr. David Wurmser in Washington. David and I discussed Trump’s unexpected pro-Palestinian and anti-Netanyahu statements published last weekend by leftist Israeli reporter Barak Ravid and what it tells us about his Middle East policies, his team, and the likely policies…

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The farcical nuclear talks unravel


In Episode 29 of the Caroline Glick Middle East News Hour, Gadi and I discussed the implications of the U.S.’s farcical, destructive policies enabling Iran to acquire nuclear weapons and what Israel’s options are going forward for dealing with Iran (and the Biden administration). We then segueued to domestic Israeli affairs. Former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trial has been going…

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The Generals’ Belated Awakening


Something is changing in Israel’s military brass’ assessment of the Iranian nuclear threat. Evidence is growing that members of the IDF General Staff and the Mossad are beginning to realize that the U.S. doesn’t share Israel’s goal of preventing Iran from becoming a nuclear power. Last week for instance, Michael Makovsky, the head of the Jewish Institute for National Security…

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As China Rises and the U.S. Falters, Where Does Israel Stand?


In Episode 28 of the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour, Caroline spoke with David Goldman, Deputy Editor of the Asia Times about what makes China work, what its weaknesses are, where it stands vis-v-vis Taiwan and America and what it wants from the Jews. Watch, share, and subscribe! Here’s the episode on YouTube. Here’s the show on Rumble. Here’s the…

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China and Russia Race Ahead of America


Over the past several weeks a hard truth has become undeniable: The United States of America is no longer the all-powerful superpower it has been since the end of the Cold War. Far from it. The strategic implications of this state of affairs are epic for both the US and its allies. A nation’s position in the global pecking order…

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Biden’s Moment of Truth on Turkey *


Turkey is a member of NATO. It is also a hostage-taking state sponsor of terror. Soon, the Biden administration is going to have to decide where it stands—with Turkey or with Turkey’s victims. Last Thursday, two Israeli tourists in Istanbul, Natalie and Mordi Oaknin, became the regime’s latest hostages. The two were arrested at a tourist site for the “crime” of…

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Ra’am’s Success is Israel’s Failure


When Prime Minister Naftali Bennett asked to meet with King Abdullah of Jordan in July, Abdullah agreed but insisted the meeting be kept secret. When Bennett’s office leaked the meeting to the Israeli press, the regime-controlled Jordanian media largely ignored the story. In stark contrast, Abdullah initiated his meeting Tuesday with Mansour Abbas, Deputy Head of the Southern Branch of…

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Trading Jerusalem for U.S. Visas


Last Wednesday, in response to a question from Senator Bill Hagerty, (R., TN), U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Brian McKeon admitted in testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that under both U.S. and international law, the U.S. cannot open a consulate in Jerusalem without Israel’s consent. In other words, the prospect of the Biden administration opening a consulate to…

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Kamala Harris Flunks Her “Sister Souljah Moment”


In Episode 21 of the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour, co-host Gadi Taub and I discussed the state of Jews and anti-Semites in the Democrat Party today, in light of the Iron Dome funding fiasco with the Squad and Vice President Kamala Harris’s decision to empower an anti-Semitic student who accused Israel of committing genocide. We then compared and contrasted…

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