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Israel's southern security challenges

Israel’s Southern half, the Negev, is a triangle bordering Egypt and Jordan and reaching down to the Red Sea. The 1948 War actually ended only the next year, when Israeli forces reached what is now the port city of Eilat. Four additional wars were fought at least partly over Sinai and the Straits of Tiran, the Red Sea’s choke point. In the 40 years of peace between Israel and Egypt and almost 30 of Jordan’s peace with Israel, this area seemed to lose its claim to priority in Israel’s security concerns, but this proved as misleading. Gaza is a constant thorn in Israel’s side. Sinai is a launching pad for Jihadists. Iran has made even remote peninsular and maritime sites, such as Yemen, East Africa and the Bal el Mandab choke point, potential fronts in its campaign against Israel. What are the Israeli responses to these challenges, through defense and diplomacy?

Guests Colonel (Ret.) Dr. Eran Lerman, Co-host TV7 Middle East Review, Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security and Editor in Chief of the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune, and Colonel (Res) Miri Eisin, Israeli Public Diplomacy, Security, Intelligence Expert at the Institute for Counter-Terrorism at IDC Herzliya. Amir Oren, TV7 Analyst and Host of Watchmen Talk. Host Jonathan Hessen.

Studio Jerusalem

Serien ger tittaren en djupare förståelse av aktuella händelser i Israel och Mellanöstern. Expertsamtalen leds av Jonathan Hessen, nyhetsankare på TV7 Israel News.

  • Första sändningen: 2021-09-21, Himlen TV7
  • Avsnitt nummer: 634
  • Längd: 30 min
  • Talade språk:
  • engelska
  • Översättningar:
  • finska, svenska