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CSPAN
Mar 30, 2017 5:59pm EDT
evening of the war switched sides. fighting against a soviet block of countes, against china, even a hostile india. it's hard to imagine today israel completely alone in the world and six days later everything changed. a great revelation for me was encountering the almost incalcble depth of fear by israeli leaders. these people were facing what they believe was an existence shl threat, and you really encountered it reading the documents, but there was one moment when researching the book where literally my jaw fell open. it w a document written on june 7th, t 9:1967 a in the morning. at that moment the israeli paratroopers had completed the encirclement of the city of jerusalem. they're on the mount of olives awaiting the order to go and reach the cotel. at that moment, prime minister of israel wrote a letter to king hussein of jordan. he said, your majesty -- you could do this back then. you could send a letter. your mesty, if you agree to a cease-fire, if you agree to enr to peace talks with the state of israel, the paratroopers will not enter the old city. here is the leader of
CSPAN
Mar 28, 2017 1:31am EDT
sovietng against bloc country. china. even a hostile and yet. try to imagine that. china completely alone in the world and that in later everything changed. a great revolution for me was encountering the great -- the -- i meanle of fear we grew up with thinking -- had no fear it anywhere. these people were facing what they believed was an existential threat and really counted it. but there was one moment and researching the book which i literally -- my jaw fell open. it was a document. 1967, at 9:00e 7, a.m. at that moment, the israeli israeli powers had completed the circling of the city of jerusalem. -- audio] theere is the leader of first jewish state in 2000 years who is poised to reunite the people. >> the question that has long preoccupied me about israeli society is how did we manage to hold together to maintain the strings that could tear another society apart? especially samaria and the camptories because each sees the vision of the other as kind of an existential threat to the character of the other. and i was researching the day that liberated the wall and i realized that
CSPAN
Mar 29, 2017 1:10pm EDT
sides. >> right. >> no -- fighting against a soviet bloc of countries, against china and hostile india. hard to imagine today. israel completely alone in the world and six days later, everything changed. a great revelation for me was encountering the great -- the almost incalculable depth of fear on behalf of israeli leaders. people we grew up thinking had no fear anywhere. these people were facing what they believe was an existential threat and you encountered it reading in the documents. but there was one moment researching the book which i literally my jaw fell open. it was a document written june 7th, 1967, at 9:00 in the morning. at that moment, the israeli paratroopers had completed the encirclement of the city of jerusalem. they were on the mt. of olives waiting the order to go in and reach the coat tail and the prime minister wrote a letter to king hussein of jordan and said, your majesty. you could do it back then. you could send a letter. your majesty, if you agree to a cease-fire, if you agree to enter into peace talks with the state of israel, the paratroopers will not ente
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)