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Ambassador Oren: Light in the Dark? Fire Brings Unlikely Middle East Neighbors Together

Middle East Update

Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, talks to Roger Simon about the recent devastating fires in Israel, in addition to the recent WikiLeaks revelation that some Arabs fear Iran.  

 
Dec 8, 2010 15min
He Said, MSM Said: CNN & the Truth about Lebanon's Border Ambush

Middle East Update

Richard Landes looks at CNN reporting on the recent Lebanon-Israel border clash.  

 
Aug 20, 2010 7min
Weapons of Mass Distraction: Mainstream Media's Double Standard on Israel

Middle East Update

Richard Landes talks about the inconsistent reporting by mainstream media on Israel.  

 
Aug 17, 2010 8min
AMBUSH! Trees and Terror on Border of Israel

Middle East Update

Richard Landes reports on the tree pruning incident that resulted in a clash between Israeli and Lebanese forces.  

 
Aug 6, 2010 6min
Time to Name and Shame: Iran's Human Rights Violations

Middle East Update

Richard Landes reports from Jerusalem on the critical mass of threat posed by Iran. Iran clearly poses a threat to human rights. So why are NGO's, the main stream media and the UN turning a blind eye? PJTV brings you interviews with Irwin Cotler, Canadian MP and Ann Hertzberg from NGO Monitor. 

Find out more about Cotler, Rubenstein and Herzberg on Iran, and the NGO giants

 
Jul 26, 2010 10min
Suing Al Jazeera for Aiding & Abetting Hezbollah's 2006 Rocket Attacks on Israel

Middle East Update

A group of more than 90 Israelis wounded by Hezbollah rockets during the 2006 war is suing Al-Jazeera for $1.2 billion. They claim the Qatar-based news network helped Hezbollah by intentionally violating Israel's military censorship regulations and that Al Jezeera's reporting helped Hezbollah to aim its rockets more accurately at Israeli targets. Hezbollah launched approximately 4,000 rockets into Israel during the monthlong war in 2006.

 
Jul 15, 2010 4min
Murky in Turkey: Claire Berlinksi Gets the Facts on the Gaza Flotilla

PJTV Special

While there has been much debate over the Gaza flotilla incident, blogger Claire Berlinski gets the story straight from the horse's mouth in a series of interviews with the an IHH organizer in Istanbul, Turkey. Roger L. Simon finds out the details in a special Middle East Update. Watch and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3813

 
Jun 29, 2010 7min
Al Qaeda on Board? Who Was on the Flotilla the Israelis Raided?

Middle East Update

  Roger L. Simon talks to the former features editor of The Jerusalem Post Ruthie Blum Leibowitz.  Was the aid being delivered to Gaza really humanitarian?  Leibowitz shares some key details on the raid that may not be getting the coverage they deserve.

 
Jun 1, 2010 5min
High Stakes for Israel: Using Tunnels and a Russian Sub, Is Hezbollah Preparing a Summer Offensive?

Middle East Update

 General Paul E. Vallely is back on PJTV for an exclusive follow-up interview with Bill Whittle.  What is being done about Hezbollah's increasing militancy in Lebanon?  And what does Turkey's friendly relationship with Iran say about the balance of power in the Middle East?  General Vallely connects the dots between Lebanese tunnels, roads to nowhere a Russian sub and SCUD missiles.  The stakes couldn't be higher. To learn more, watch the interview.  You won't find a discussion like this in the MSM.

Middle East Update, Middle East on the Edge 2010, Bill Whittle, Paul Vallely ]

 
May 20, 2010 16min
Can Israel Face New Hezbollah Scud Threat?

Middle East Update

As Syria funnels scuds to Hezbollah, is Israel prepared to revisit war in Lebanon? What lessons were learned from the difficult 2006 war? David P. Goldman, Senior Editor of “First Things” Magazine, shares his thoughts from Jerusalem. Watch and comment here: http://pjtv.com/v/3519

Ron Brosh, David Goldman, Middle East on the Edge 2010 ]

 
May 7, 2010 7min
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