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Red lines and pink tides: What’s next for Israel and the West?

“Jerusalem Minute” with Middle East correspondent Josh Hasten, Ep. 25

The global left won key election battles in Europe this week and continues its attempts to overthrow Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. How will the Jewish state’s longest-serving leader face his enemies, both within Israel and on its southern and northern borders?

JNS CEO and Jerusalem bureau chief Alex Traiman and Middle East correspondent Josh Hasten break down this story, in addition to the latest news in Israel and the Jewish world, including European Jews wondering about their future; the IDF shifting to a new phase in Gaza; and Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) pushing back after a Biden administration official praises the Oct. 7 massacre.

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