horrible conditions for black people in South Africa

Holy Land Against the World

Broadcast Running Time: 01:17:36

Israel is very much in the news right now but the media narratives are not matching the facts on the ground. We open our Israel focus this week with John's analysis of what's happening in Israel versus the spin you're getting from the news. He looks at the Temple Mount riots, the violence in East Jerusalem, and rocket attacks from Gaza into Israel and Israel's response.

We then move to an often-pushed narrative in the media and on college campuses that Israel is an apartheid state. Here this week is someone who has lived in both South Africa and Israel, Reverend Malcolm Hedding (www.malcolmhedding.com), Associate Minister of World Outreach Church. He describes what conditions were like for blacks living under apartheid and what life is like today for Palestinians in Israel and there is positively no comparison. He also looks at how social justice in Western schools has led to the Israel apartheid narrative.

The U.S. economy – along with that of the rest of the world – is on shaky ground at the moment. John and Carol round out the show this week with a Steel on Steel economic summit to make sense of what's going on. They look at the difference between monetary policy and fiscal policy and how for the first time in history, fiscal policy is winning out. All safety measures and accountability have been removed from the economy and the whole thing is being held together by confidence. Once that confidence erodes, the whole system collapses.

One of the often-pushed narratives in the media and on college campuses is that Israel is an apartheid state. Here today to shine light on the subject is someone who has lived in both South Africa under apartheid and currently in Israel: Reverend Malcolm Hedding (malcolmhedding.com), Associate Minister of World Outreach Church. He describes what it was like living under apartheid, with absolutely horrible conditions for black people in South Africa. He then illustrates what life is like for Palestinians today in Israel and there is positively no comparison. He also covers the social justice colonialism narrative as well as the truth of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.