Rob Eshman

Jewish Journal

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Publisher and editor-in-chief of the Jewish Journal

Rob Eshman on KCRW

Over the past three weeks, the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict has seen yet another uptick in violence.

Violence in the Holy Land… Stirring the Streets of Los Angeles

Over the past three weeks, the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict has seen yet another uptick in violence.

from The Mixer

Prime Minister Netanyahu calls Iran an "existential threat" to Israel, and he's lobbying Congress to reject President Obama's nuclear deal.

American Jews Support Iran Deal, Want Congress to Approve It

Prime Minister Netanyahu calls Iran an "existential threat" to Israel, and he's lobbying Congress to reject President Obama's nuclear deal.

from To the Point

The US and much of the world has long agreed that a two-state solution is needed to resolve differences between Israel and the Palestinians.

Netanyahu, the US and the Isolation of Israel

The US and much of the world has long agreed that a two-state solution is needed to resolve differences between Israel and the Palestinians.

from To the Point

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