The latest terrorist murder, Israeli gun control, ISIS against Hamas and kosher certification are the topics discussed by the Live@5 Panel.
25-year-old Malachi Moshe Rosenfeld, shot by terrorists on his way home from playing basketball, died of his wounds last night. The Panel argues that the Israeli government is not doing what it can to protect its citizens.
To many around the world, it appears that all Israelis carry guns. But actually, getting a gun permit is quite difficult in the Jewish state. Why? If more people had guns, wouldn’t there be fewer terror attacks?
During last year’s Gaza war, PM Netanyahu made the case that Hamas and ISIS are the same. Apparently, ISIS does not agree. It considers Hamas not religious enough and has promised to overrun the “tyrants of Hamas.” What does this mean for Israel as it relates to Gaza?
Of all the problems facing the current government, which one might cause it to collapse? Some think it might be the issue of which bodies provide kosher certification to restaurants. Why is this such an important issue?
Host: Glen Ladau
Panel: Josh Hasten, Molly Livingstone, Mottle Wolfe, Daniel Seaman