What should Israelis do, and how can they help others to help in times of crisis? David Ben David is the founding-director of the Israel Aid Mission, Israel's volunteer disaster response team. The IAM was founded when David led a team of rescuers to Port au Prince, Haiti following the tragic earthquake of 2010. Since then he has made Aliyah, lives in Jerusalem, and leads his teams into wars and natural disasters worldwide, including right here in Israel. Last year, the Israel Aid Mission provided lifesaving medical rescues during Operation Pillar of Defense and continues to stand at the ready should our nation be threatened. he joins Tamar and talks about the missile threats Israel faces, and how we can best be prepared, and even pitch in and help others, ourselves!
"The Israel Aid Mission recommends that Israeli citizens immediately collect the following items in order to prepare for a regional war expected within the next few months. All items should be secured in cases that can easily be carried and stored in an accessible location, ready for evacuation to a shelter. Quantities and special instructions are also posted..."
Also, Jerusalem Day celebrates the reunification of the city of Jerusalem, that took place after the 6 Day War. What was it like to be an Arab, living in Jordan, only to one day wake up and find out that his village is not in Jordan anymore?! Former Arab Terrorist Walid Shoebat, author of the book, "Why We Want to Kill You", joins Tamar and takes us down memory lane when Israeli tanks rolled into his village with an Israeli flag!
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