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Israel must start calling the shots with Hezbollah

U.S. President Joe Biden calls the Israeli government "the most extreme," Hezbollah increases attacks in the north and Israel braces for "Days of Rage." Caroline Glick breaks down the news of the week.

In Caroline Glick’s news analysis this week, she discusses:

  • President Joe Biden’s latest assault on the Israeli government’s legitimacy which came in an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria
  • U.S. support for the Lebanese Armed Forces, which in recent weeks has operated shoulder-to-shoulder with Hezbollah terror forces in repeated cross-border penetrations of Israel. As the threat of war rises daily, the United States is doubling down on the Hezbollah-controlled Lebanese government
  • Gali Baharav Miara, the Israeli attorney general, and her team could not provide the government with any explanation for their refusal to permit the police to enforce the law against leftist rioters, who blocked highways and rioted at Ben Gurion Airport.
  • With Miara’s full support, leaders of the leftist insurrectionists announced that Monday would be a “Day of Rage,” with plans to block traffic on highways across the country and interfere with air traffic. This came despite overwhelming public disapproval of those actions.
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