Monday, December 05, 2005

John Batchelor in Israel

One of the few radio shows worth listening to is broadcasting this week from Israel:

Arutz Sheva:

For the next three days, Arutz Sheva IsraelNationalRadio.com joins in hosting John Batchelor and his cohost, WorldNetDaily.com's Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein.
In an exclusive interview with Arutz-7, Batchelor explained the purpose of his trip to the Middle East: "This is where the war is. The bad guys are in every direction. I'm going to talk to the bad guys and make it very clear to my audience back home, who the threat is." After a pause, Batchelor added, "And it ain't Israel."
Arutz Sheva's Yedidya Atlas will join Batchelor for segments of his broadcast. The show will be coming to listeners from inside Arutz Sheva's mobile studio or "War Wagon," parked near an Israeli Defense Forces artillery outpost in a Negev town that borders Gaza. The IDF artillery unit is used to fire at rocket launching sites in Gaza following Arab rocket and mortar attacks at Jewish towns in the border area.
A good portion of the Monday night show will focus on today's deadly terrorist attack in Netanya, Israel's upcoming parliamentary and prime ministerial elections, and the aftershocks of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's destruction of 25 Jewish communities this past summer in Gaza and northern Samaria.

On Wednesday night, Batchelor will broadcast from the Beit El studios of Arutz Sheva, located just north of Ramallah in Samaria. On Thursday and Friday, Batchelor will continue on to an undisclosed country, next to Israel
posted by Yeshiva Orthodoxy
at 2:47 PM

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