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Overblown: The Obama Administration’s Naive Outrage At Israel

National Security Review

On the latest diplomatic dust-up between the U.S. and Israel, Bill Whittle talks to FDD's Cliff May and Jonathan Schanzer, author of the book "Hamas Vs. Fatah: The Struggle for Palestine".  Even if the Obama administration is able to restore its relationship with Israel, will it be able to help Israel and Palestine form a two-state solution? Watch the latest National Security Review and comment here:http://pjtv.com/v/3261

Jonathan Schanzer, Cliff May, Bill Whittle, National Security Review ]

Mar 19, 2010 18min
The South Park Principle: Appeasing Jihadists & Cowardice Won’t Make Us Safer

National Security Review

What does South Park censorship tell us about which attitudes kees us safe and which don’t? Plus: how does Jimmy Carter connect rotten Sudanese elections with the rot in Palestine? And what’s the good news coming out of Iraq? Watch the latest National Security Review with Bill Whittle and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3487

Jonathan Schanzer, Austin Bay, Bill Whittle, National Security Review ]

Apr 29, 2010 15min
Syria's Scuds: A Major Problem for Israel, or Just a Serious Problem?

Middle East Update

  PJTV continues its exclusive coverage of General Paul E. Vallely’s report that Syria provided Lebanon with Scud missiles armed with chemical weapons.

In this video, Bill Whittle sits down with FDD’s Jonathan Schanzer and the Hudson Institute’s Lee Smith to talk about the ratcheting tension in the Middle East.

Is Israel prepared for a Scud attack? Why isn’t anyone talking about a nuclear Hezbollah? And could Syria’s support of terrorism be a dangerous miscalculation?

Watch the video to hear answers to these questions and more.

Lee Smith, Jonathan Schanzer, Middle East on the Edge 2010, Bill Whittle ]

May 6, 2010 15min
Border Insecurity: Can Israeli Security Measures Help Us Fight Drug Cartel Violence?

National Security Review

 This week on NSR, host Bill Whittle tackles Hamid Karzai's visit to the United States, rising drug cartel violence and Iraq's very bloody Monday.  He's joined by FDD's Jonathan Schanzer and former Marine and Troopathon.org correspondent Matt Sanchez.


As warring drug cartels battle for turf, civilian casualties have skyrocketed, especially in border towns. How long before the violence spills over into the united states, and what can we do to stop it?


And is it time to reevaluate General Stanley Mc Chrystal’s strategy in Afghanistan?  We’ll take a look at the growing criticism.

Watch this week's NSR for all this, and more.


Jonathan Schanzer, Bill Whittle, Matt Sanchez, National Security Review ]

May 12, 2010 16min
Turkey Plays "9/11 Card," Shows Its True Hand in Flotilla Controversy

National Security Review

When the Turkish Foreign Minister calls the Israeli flotilla raid its 9/11, it's time to start asking questions.  Is the deadly raid of a supposedly humanitarian aid ship a despicable display of force by an out-of-control Israel, or a brilliant PR ploy by Iran and its ally Turkey?  

In today's NSR, Bill Whittle is joined by Cliff May and Jonathan Schanzer and they cut through the sensational headlines to explain the real outrage of the "Freedom Flotilla." Watch & Comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3683


Jun 2, 2010 13min
Chasing Unicorns: Can the Obama Administration Broker Peace with Israel and Palestine?

National Security Review

 Thursday marks the launch of face to face peace talks between Israel and Palestine, and the Obama administration is hopeful to broker an agreement within a year.  

Sep 2, 2010 9min
'V' IS FOR 'VAPID' Obama & the End of Combat Operations in Iraq

National Security Review

Austin Bay and Jonathan Schanzer talk with Bill Whittle about Obama's vapid, conflicted speech about the end of combat operations in Iraq. Will our enemies see an American victory or sad defeat?  

Sep 2, 2010 10min
Obama's Mixed Messages: White House Confusion on Egypt, Libya and Middle East

National Security Review

"I think there is a message being sent that is effectively this: that we will punt responsibility of taking care of a dire situation in international security, and we are going to go ahead and punt to the Europeans, and we're going to punt it to NATO." -- Jonathan Schanzer

Mar 9, 2011 10min
SITREP EXTRA: Obama's Line in the Sand -- Israel and the 1967 Borders (Members Only)

National Security Review

"The Palestinians would like to pretend that they did not give up one of their best chances for peace in 2001, but the fact remains that's exactly what they did." - Jonathan Schanzer 

May 24, 2011 7min
Israel Under Pressure: The Past, Present and Future of the Jewish State

National Security Review

"With the general lack of historical knowledge among young people today, it is common to hear college students talk about Israel as an aggressor and bully. The historical facts contradict that view." - Bill Whittle

May 25, 2011 9min