Today, more and more religious groups – many evangelical – are joining the bandwagon of anti-Zionism. Why is that? Back with us today is Dexter Van Zile (camera.org), Christian Media Analyst at CAMERA, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis. He discusses what historically has happened when society tries to replace God and/or attempts to establish a utopia – Jews get hurt and eventually so does humanity. The Marxist takeover in the West right now is doing just that. And it may explain how religious groups have allowed social justice – and by extension anti-Zionism – to gain a foothold.
Yesterday, we aired part one of a two-part conversation with Rabbi Dov Fischer (yioc.org) of Young Israel of Orange County, California. The recorder kept rolling and caught a fascinating post-interview conversation, which we bring to you today. Rabbi Fischer recaps his discussion on why Jews vote for the Democrat party. He and John go on to discuss the media's unending assault on President Trump, calling him a Nazi as well as the indoctrination in academia and educrats calling people racist who don't agree with them. They finish up looking at the January 6 event at the Capitol and why there's such an insistence on calling it an insurrection.
It's election day and what better time to ask the question: why do Jews, as a voting bloc, tend to overwhelmingly vote for a party that doesn't support Israel or Jewish causes? We invited an expert to join us today to answer that – Rabbi Dov Fischer (yioc.org) of Young Israel of Orange County, California. In part one of a two-part conversation, Rabbi Fisher discusses the nature of who is and who is not a Jew. He looks at Reform Judaism versus Orthodox Judaism as well as the history of anti-Semitism.
Join us tomorrow as we air part two of this conversation. Once the interview was over, the recorder kept rolling and caught a great conversation that both John and the Rabbi agreed would be perfect to air.