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In the wake of Oct. 7, is a unified Jerusalem even more significant?

“Israel Undiplomatic” with Ruthie Blum and Mark Regev, Ep. 5

On Jerusalem Day, former Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom Mark Regev and JNS senior contributing editor Ruthie Blum ask if the status quo in place since the Jewish state recaptured its eternal capital during the Six-Day War in June 1967 needs to be changed.

Has the unification of the city under Israeli control become even more important after Hamas’s Oct. 7 massacre, or has the ongoing war in the Gaza Strip taken away the ability to celebrate right now?

In addition, hear them debate the Biden administration’s backing for Israel’s battles against the Hamas and Hezbollah terror groups.

Check out the new JNS TV show “Israel Undiplomatic.”

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