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Robert Inlakesh Interview – Israel’s Shifting Political Landscape & A Rising Palestinian Revolution

Joining me today is Robert Inlakesh, here to catch us up on what has been taking place in occupied Palestine, the new developments taking place in Israeli government politics, as well as the possibility of a massive Palestinian uprising being driven by incessant Israeli government violence.  


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2 Replies to “Robert Inlakesh Interview – Israel’s Shifting Political Landscape & A Rising Palestinian Revolution

  1. Toothless tiger! Yes that is how the UN allowed Korean War to happen, did not interfere in many other civil wars or wars of liberation. They should send in UN peacekeeping troops, but they always acquiesce to the PTB who is the US/WEF. James Corbett pointed that out recently.

  2. Great interview. One question for Robert. According to Brendan O Connell, Israel, China, Russia, and Iran are tied together by stuff like One Belt One Road. What do you think about that for why there will be no war in Iran? Inspiring as always! Thank you!

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