Although the style of oratory of all three speakers differed, each used Hanukkah as an analogy for lighting a candle to drive out the darkness of pain and evil.
While condemning Amir’s actions as anti-democratic, the two anchors said that what he had to say was nonetheless a legitimate subject of journalistic interest.
It comes as military tensions between Moscow and Ukraine escalate
Livni added after Netanyahu’s speech that his accusation that the police made up fictitious cases against him was “the defense of a mob boss,” and that he “made truth into lies and lies into truth.”
Here are some of the main developments at the Group of 20 summit, which wrapped up Saturday
'You won’t see me for a while, Donnie. I prefer presidents who don’t get indicted'
The slated broadcast of the remarks, apparently made to Amir's associates, follow the appearance last month on the station of a man convicted of an arson attack on an Arab-Jewish school
Incriminating MBS text messages revealed as Pompeo claims no direct link between prince and Khashoggi
U.S. secretary of state claimed no intelligence directly links Saudi prince to Khashoggi killing the same day a CIA report was revealed showing MBS texted a top adviser who supervised the team that murdered Khashoggi