A Massive March on Behalf of Israel

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Nearly 300,000 people gathered from all over the country in Washington D.C. for the March for Israel. They assembled in solidarity with the Israelis in remembrance of the October 7 attack. They marched for the 1,400 men, women, children, and infants murdered as well as the hundreds more who were kidnapped. 

The march featured many speakers including Rachel Goldberg. Her son, Hersh, was taken hostage by Hamas. She’s been a leader in the frantic efforts to bring him—and all the other hostages—home.

Hugh Hewitt speaks with Yoni Tidi, formerly of the IDF, about his unwavering support for Israel. 

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Victor Davis Hanson explains why former President Barack Obama is responsible for the current Middle East debacle.

Dennis Prager and Dan Senor, co-author with Saul Singer of “The Genius of Israel: The Surprising Resilience of a Divided Nation in a Turbulent World,” discuss why anti-Semites in the United States are no longer hiding and why Israel, despite everything, remains a happy nation.  

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