The UN Security Council unanimously approves the nuclear deal between the P5+1 and Iran. The panelists aren’t surprised, but raise the question of what will happen if the US Congress votes against it.
Israeli security forces have apprehended members of a Hamas terror cell responsible for the murder of Israeli Malachi Rosenfeld last month. The leader of the cell, who was released in the Gilad Shalit exchange, remains on the loose in Jordan. Officials have revealed that so far six Israelis have been murdered by terrorists released in that deal. Was it the right decision to free 1,027 terrorists for Shalit?
Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Uri Ariel says that the Netanyahu government is overseeing a “silent” building freeze in Judea and Samaria. Though the government has approved a contested project in Beit-El, didn’t it say it would continue to build in all parts of the country?
Host: Josh Hasten, filling in for Glen Ladau
Panel: Mordechai Twersky, Jeremy Saltan, Mottle Wolfe, Daniel Seaman