Ep. 15: Michael Doran: Israel’s Biggest Problem is American Appeasement of Iran
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Was the IDF's latest conflict with Palestinian Islamic Jihad part and parcel of Israel's ongoing "war between wars" against Iran? And how does this tie into the “ideological war” being waged over who controls the levers of power in America? To dissect the recent fighting between the Jewish state and terrorists in the Gaza Strip, and what it reveals about the Israel-U.S. relationship, Caroline Glick on this week’s episode of “Mideast News Hour" hosts Michael Doran, a former senior member of the National Security Council under George W. Bush who is now at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C.
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