Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: “On Point” interviews Elie Pieprz of the YESHA COUNCIL in Judea, Israel.
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: On Point with Israeli Political Commentator Shumel Oliven for The Lisa Benson Report
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: Rabbi Ben Packer: A Hero to Lone Soldiers – Heritage House
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: “Israel Must Accelerate The Annexation of Judea and Samaria”
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: Interview With Arab Students at Azrieli College of Engineering
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: Shdema Outpost in JUDEA -SAMARIA
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: Interview with American Volunteer IDF Soldier, Zach Huff
Lisa Benson Radio Show in Jerusalem: Rachel’s Tomb Arab Attack
Lisa Benson Radio Show From Jerusalem: Biblical Zoo of Jerusalem with Uzi Wexler and Shai Doron.
Lisa Benson Radio Show From Jerusalem: Mount Olive
Lisa Benson Radio Show From Jerusalem: East Jerusalem Arab Israeli Community
Lisa Benson Radio Show From Jerusalem: Overlooking Jordan Valley/ Mt Scopus.
Avoidable : Women on the Wall
BBC documentary – Birth of Israel – Birth of a Nation
Inside Syria’s War
Female Fighters of Kurdistan
The Youngest Bride: Yemen’s child marriage scandal
Eight years old!
Imam on Temple Mount Jerusalem: Let America Be Destroyed
Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt
An Honored Tradition For Somali Muslim Women: Female Genitale Mutilation
Supreme Leader: Will Proceed with Enrichment
Libyan army in deadly clashes with Islamist militants
Smoke pours out of the base belonging to militant group Ansar al-Sharia. Angry locals set the base on fire after clashes between Libyan troops and militants in Benghazi. The Tripoli government said at least nine people were killed and 49 wounded in the clashes. Benghazi city security officials said fighting broke out when an army special forces unit pursued a suspect into an area where Islamist militant group Ansar al-Sharia operates its checkpoints. Militant fighter Ibrahim Mohammed: (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) ANSAR AL-SHARIA FIGHTER, IBRAHIM MOHAMMED, SAYING: “This is the second time we have political interference that spurs on the general public when they are all unaware of what’s really happening. The government thinks there’s a problem, then we have clashes with some people involved who end up dying. It’s not the first time this has happened.” Libya’s new military faces a challenge from Islamist militants and militias who fought in the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi, but refuse to disarm — and control parts of the country.
Syrian Peace Talks
The United Nations announces a peace summit for Syria starting on January 22 in Geneva. With more than 100,000 dead in the civil war in Syria since 2011, the summit will mark the first direct talks between the government of President Bashir al-Assad and the rebels looking to overthrow him. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the goal the so-called “Geneva 2” conference will be transitional government in Syria. Soundbite: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, saying: “We have a full goal, the full implementation of the Geneva Communique of 30 June 2012 – including the establishment, based on mutual consent, of a transitional governing body with full executive powers, including over military and security entities.” On Monday, the U.N.’s special envoy for Syria – Lakhdar Brahimi – met with U.S. and Russian officials in Geneva. A major stumbling block in the negotiations had been whether Syria’s ally – Iran – would attend the conference. U.N. special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi. SOUNDBITE: U.N.’s special envoy for Syrian Lakhdar Brahimi, saying: “We are still discussing the complete list of participants and we will be meeting again on the 20th of December for another trilateral.” The U.S. has opposed Tehran’s participation in talks for Syria – while Russia and Brahimi supported it.
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North Korea Nuclear Documentary
The debate over unmanned drones