From Bad to Worse(50:51)
As the US Congress begins its review of the nuclear deal, sources indicate that secret side deals exist that do not appear in the published report. Did a bad deal just get even worse?
10,000 anti-nuclear-deal activists attended a rally in Times Square, NYC yesterday, calling on Congress not to approve the agreement. A relatively small crowd showed up. What does this mean?
Israel announced the approval of more than 900 homes in Judea and Samaria, the first such consent in a year. World condemnation is expected. Is this good or bad timing?
US President Barack Obama and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are collaborating to stop foreign fighters from flowing into Syria. Both countries say they are in a battle against ISIS, yet sources claim that Turkey has helped ISIS in Syria in the past, while at the same time boosting Hamas. Is Obama wrong to cozy up to Erdogan?
According to Ynet, vacationing in Tel Aviv this summer is more expensive for families than a Berlin getaway. How can Israel curb domestic travel prices so that families can enjoy an affordable holiday without flying abroad?
A synagogue was vandalized in Jerusalem this morning. Will the desecration, which included anti-Semitic graffiti, garner the same attention as when a Church or mosque is violated?
Finally, Egyptian President General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is being threatened by jihadist organizations for his crackdown on Sinai-based terrorists. Is his reign in trouble?
Host: Josh Hasten, filling in for Glen Ladau
Panel: Mottle Wolfe, Ari Abramowitz, Bassem Eid, Daniel Seaman