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hello, welcome to "justice." i'm judge jeanine. thanks for being with us tonight. tonight isis continues its assault against christians. high opening statement on washington's inability to deal with the increasing threats to america. but first, the annual conservative political action committee, cpac, wrapped up earlier today with their traditional straw poll. here are the results. for the third year in a row, kentucky senator rand paul takes the prize with wisconsin governor scott walker finishing a close second. texas senator ted cruz came in third. followed by dr. ben carson and former florida governor jeb bush in fifth place. and this week we saw a lot of
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great speeches at both cpac and the club for growth. take a look. >> there comes a time in the history of nations when fear and forgetfulness cause a nation to hesitate. to waver. and perhaps even to succumb. when that time comes, those who love liberty must rise to the occasion. will you? will you lovers of liberty, will you rise to the occasion? >> we have a president, a president who draws lines in the sand and fails to act. a president who calls isis the jv club. we need a leader in america who stands up and realizes that radical islamic terrorism is a threat to our way of life and to all freedom-loving people around the world. >> you're going to hear it directly from me and bluntly because i care. if i didn't care, there's to reason to do this. >> but sit down and shut up? >> sometimes people need to be told to sit down and shut up.
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>> the biggest divide we have in this country is not between republicans and democrats. the biggest divide we have in this country is between career politicians in washington. and the american people. >> oh, the naive obama state department. oh. they say we can't kill our way out of war? really? tell that to the nazis. oh, wait, you can't because they're dead. we killed them. >> opposed by a prominent family who seeks to occupy the white house for the third time. the only dynasty i like is the "duck dynasty." >> if i run, i will tell you the king of building buildings, the king of building walls, nobody can build them like trump. that i can promise. >> i believe hillary clinton's responsibility, her refusal to provide an adequate defense for benghazi, dereliction of duty
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should preclude her from higher office. it's time for hillary clinton to permanently retire. >> imagine if we had a commander in chief that understood the way to defeat isis is not to find them a job. imagine if we had a president who doesn't travel the world bad mouthing america. after all, that's the u.n.'s job. >> the biggest mistake i made throughout the whole process, i was so eager to fix things, i didn't talk about, i came in and fixed them. >> the president who jammed down the throat obamacare, the stimulus, dodd/frank, we fought. he's now using his executive power to try to carry out his agenda, but over time, we have to start being for things again. there are a lot of other conservatives that vice president been asked. they don't know that they're conservative. if we share our enthusiasm and love for our country and belief in our philosophies we'll be
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able to get latinos and young people that you need to win to get 50. >> they are a religious movement that seeks to take the world back to the 7th century. and it is their stated vow to kill as many americans as people. we didn't start this war. nor did we choose it. but we will have the will to finish it. >> with me now, republican congresswoman marsha blackburn who spoke at cpac this week. good evening, congresswoman. rand paul wins the straw poll for the third straight year. your reaction. >> i am not surprised at all. he was well received. and that really is a crowd -- day love rand paul. they love ted cruz. they love marco rubio. the youth, the energy. and it is a very conservative, libertarian leaning group. >> it seems like they also loved the number 2 who came in the
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straw poll, scott walker. >> scott walker. they certainly did. you know, judge, i think if you were saying who of the governors is leading the way, it is scott walker. people appreciate so much the job that he did in wisconsin. how he took on the unions and how he just got the job done, kept plowing through it. that is going to serve him very well if he goes through this process. >> you were there this week, congresswoman. who were the speakers that impressed you the most? >> well, i tell you, i think sarah palin did a it was a serious speech. carly fiorina did a great job also. i was pleased to see how well so many of our people did. donald trump always ignites the crowd. rand paul just is trying to beef up his foreign policy bona fides if you will. everybody focused on that. that's the great thing. there are plenty of options for 2016. the mood is serious.
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people are focused. and they want to make certain that we win this thing. >> how big an issue do you think immigration is going to be in the selection of the republican nominee for president? >> i think immigration is going to be right there at the top. i think you can put border security, immigration, and actually probably the security agenda all told. national security. retirement security. economic security. job security. you're hearing a lot about that. and immigration is a part of that. so many people -- >> do you think, congresswoman, that that might be the reason that governor jeb bush came in fifth? >> it may have been. i don't know. i do know this. people want to make certain that we get it right, that we secure the border first and that we rein president obama's executive amnesty. people will say, you know, he doesn't have that authority, that belongs to congress. so we want to see congress step
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back in and fix this process. >> and what about terrorism? what about national security? i mean, after immigration, national security, americans are very concerned about that. which of the candidates do you think spoke, you know, strongly about the need for a strong strategy from this country? >> yeah. and that security component with the terrorists, you heard that repeatedly, and that proves marco rubio, several of them brought that up. you heard rand paul's remarks there and the desire for people to see america again. peace through strength. going out here. defining the problem. defining the war. fighting it and winning it. and this is where i thought sarah palin did a terrific job. as she brought the focus back to the veterans and the problems that are there and not to forget about that. it was a different type speech for her. i thought it was right on the
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mark. >> but who of the candidates do you believe has the most experience to deal with the issue of terrorism? >> when you're looking at experience if a foreign policy realm, it's going to be someone who has been at the federal level. i do think that the governors that are there, governor walker and others, are going to be able to bring in people that will help them to develop the expertise that is necessary and assemble a team -- >> but they're not at the federal level. >> you're not. >> you just said that -- >> they're not. it is people that have been in the house and the senate that have had that experience of working through those policy issues, dealing with the issues of the u.n., dealing with the issues of foreign policy, and with the d.o.d. but i think the governors are going to do a great job of bringing people to help them develop the expertise. so much of it is how you make your decisions. >> right. >> and the matrix that you work
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from. and i certainly believe that there -- you're going to see them develop that and bring forward solutions which is what people want to hear. >> all right. congresswoman blackburn, thanks so much for being with us this evening. >> thank you. >> all right. >> with me now, republican strategist and fox news contributor david webb and democratic strategist chris cofinas. all right, gentlemen, your take on rand paul winning this evening. i'll start with you, david. >> i tell you, there's not really much of a surprise there, judge, after all, rand paul has gotten that, you know, strong libertarian grasp through cpac base. the surprise story tonight, though, governor scott walker who didn't put much into it and still comes in second and i would say that a third part of this would be jeb bush who came there, got a lot of boos in the beginning, but turned the audience around as he got a little deeper into issues including immigration and started getting applause.
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so rand paul not a surprise win, but i think the surprise there is that governor walker did well and jeb bush coming in at number five but still turning the crowd around. >> let me ask you a question. you said something interesting that scott walker didn't put much into it. what did you mean by that? >> well, he didn't have this notably large group coming in and saying, okay, we're all here, we're going to push for him in kind of the way ron paul and rand paul would do it, you know, that group that would come in and go out, they'd make a lot of noise. the rand paul supporters were there. the ben carson supporters were there. certainly governor walker had his, but he didn't have obvious support. and it shows that he's gotten a lot of attention recently, and that has helped him show. he went up there and deliver. >> chris, i'm going to go to you. are you surprised rand paul, third year in a row, wins? >> no. i'm not surprised. his whole -- i mean, as kind of, if you will, the leader of the
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libertarian wing of the republican party, he's got a pretty strong, young following. it's kind of unique in that way. so i'm not surprised by it that much. so did barack obama. >> i'm sorry? >> the young following worked for barack obama. >> the question is, does it work for senator paul in the republican primary? now, if you watch his speech and the way he talks about intervention and the way he talks about foreign policy, it doesn't mesh really well, with, you know, some of the other republicans up. they were being very hawkish, very interventionist in their tone. you're going to see this play out in glowing colors. just another, to me, at least, example -- there's some real strong divisions within the republican party, but you're not going to find a middle ground on. you're not going to find a middle ground between rand paul's vision for foreign policy vision for foreign policy or jeb bush's. ri7kwgíoç7iwi]fó⌝ that, judge. here's thing about cpac and
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something it represents. we have something the left doesn't have. we have a 1rcomfab, social conservative, neocon, everywhere in between, come together. there are areas where there's an overlap in agreement. what i saw here, having been on the ground with this from day one, is that people are having a discussion on the issues. goes to why the straw poll was very much more effective under conway and the company because she dealt in issues. instead of just the straw poll about the president, how people are responding on issues of the economy, how they responded on immigration. on national security. on social issues. >> then, david -- >> say either/or. these issues are -- >> not an either/or proposition. >> david, let me ask you one question. hold on, chris. the question i have, david, is what is the most important issue to the republicans, to the american people? let me do it more generically. what is it? >> right now, right now that
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answer, judge, based on what happened at cpac, it's the economy and national security as you break down the polling data, but also as you talk to the people as i did who were there, talk to the activists, talk to the groups. people want to be able to afford a life, have a good life and they want the security. >> economy, national security. >> absolutely. >> chris, your take? what are the most important issues to the american people? >> yeah, the most part, the issues stay relatively the same in terms of the economy, national security. that's not where we leave the question. the question, what are the policies that are going to solve the problems in these issues? when you watch some of these speeches, you know, listen, not going to be surprised that i say this, but i didn't hear anything different you wouldn't have heard the last how many years, last decades? the difference i think the republican party is still struggling with is national elections during presidential years are very different than midterm election and unless they find a way to appeal to the different demographics that come into those election years, they
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can't win. when you look at rand paul -- >> chris, the american people -- let me get this final thing in there. >> yeah, sure. >> the american people are not happy with the way foreign policy is being handled. >> they may not -- let's say i just gave you the point that they're not happy. in terms of national election, in a presidential year, that is not going to be the defining issue. if republicans go out -- listen, i hope they do. if they go out and make foreign policy the key issue, i mean, i hate to tell you that even if the cpac conference, republicans, libertarians were supporting a noninterventionist foreign policy. >> you know what, chris? chris is wrong on this. he's putting it in the hands of just the politicians. the american people -- you can laugh all the you want. >> well, no. what i'm laughing about -- >> hang on. let him finish. >> let me finish, chris. the american people, and this is not about what happens at cpac, they're defining the issues based on the realities before them. there's a healthy debate to be had about foreign policy, but there's a healthy debate to be
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and now my opening statement. is itr washington make sense these days? >> our citizens, our world i] today, is actuallyt(çó despite r despite the visibleçó killings that you see, and howt(lp horri they are, we arelp actuallyñi lg in a period of less daily threat to americans and to people in the world than normally. fil done 2014 will be vn the most lethal year for global terrorism in the 45 years such data has been compiled. >> you know, it's like theseq guys are actually auditioning tr
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replace that old comedy duo,ñi abbott andébfá costello. >> who's on first, what's on third. >> who's on first? i mean,ñr the guy's name. >> who?q >> the guy who plays bass. >> who is on first? >> why are you acs!9 >> look, if i were the d.a. and the policelp chief says crime i rampant, head for the i]hills, i ou job. so while the white house continues to talk, holding ther countering violente1xd extremis conference, ande1 our commandern chief saysc it's a lie to say that w3isis is a partqçóc of is they behead 21 christians, burn a captive alive in a cage and continue to expand the territory they controlfá in their jihad against our ñrfácivilized world]
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and as 1r strategicq ?jtweapon, and simul an attack on an american an attack on an american aircraft carrier,ok ourñi in chief so desperate to ntau)páe with them that he throws our one solid ally in th middle east, israel under the bus. mr. president, you havet(ñi trio prevent prime minister netanyahu from speaking before congress.x with all due respect, if you believe in the american constitution and the first amendment, there is something called free speech. and if you say youq don't want him to speak because you don't upcoming israeli election, then why did you send out that  morningt( talk show theorist susan rice toñi say th visit would be w3r isn't the mere use of the word
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destructive an attempt to influence the i]upcoming israel election? you know, mr. president, w(vt does it feel like you're on v(" wrong side of things? on the wrong side3wñi of histo? why are you not egypt and jordan to eliminate isis? both are arabxd muslpoy nations willing to identify the enemy as islamic extremists. your latest excuse to not that you don't want toxd did you just come up with that one'6 m week? if you didn't want to get out oft( iraq so fae49 leaving room for themjf toxd mo rightt( in? and when 21 of his people were killed, beheaded,e1çó egyptian president el sisi had his military take to the air within
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24 hours to bomb hisq enemy.i]fq and when jordanian king abdullah heard of the burning of his soldier he raced back to jordan to rally his forces, hang two q terrorists, andñi organize a military strike againstçó isis. but you, mr. president, what do you you hit the gulf course within minutes of announcing the beheading of an american citizen. it must be goodlp to be you. and this week in spite of your efforts to dissuade our one constant ally in theñi middle e1 east, israelmá prime minister benjamin netanyahufáe1 comes to congress to speak to uá] the american people. about the threat of theu so des agreement with. iran.e1 but you know what?ñie1 nt(ñir arrai ar iranianr us.
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he's a real leader. you@cqñ call him chicken andq sy his visit is destructive but tell me this. what's more destructive? the leader of one of our all!=$ speaking to congress? or a nuclear bomb in thexd hand of e1iran? and wh!l+h hunger toe1 understand the legitimatew3 grievances ofk&rju who want to kill us, andok whil your departmente1 spokesperson wants to give them jobs, the last laugh, mr. presidentjuráhj% you. many of these jihadists as we found outr need of a job. actually, they're pr7tky welle1 cf1 o that's nothing new. we've known that since 9/11. and by the q%u(vthey don'te1 ne a job. theyxd have a job. and that'st( my open. tell me what you think on my tt orfá twitter ñrxd
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@judgejeanine #justice open. and çóretired u.s. marine nick powers joins me now. good evening, xdñrnick. >> good evening, judge. >> am i okwrong? >> no, noti by a long shot. you know, it's funny to meb]tr(o bringing upw3 netanyahu.fá#ó he actually understands obamrou position for this country. ourñi politicians have lost bac ourñi politicians have lost bac on theñrñiñr issue that they wo it's not theq other way around, creating laws they don'tñr haver abide by and tellingq liesxd to people who are their bosses. >> how dog fact you've gotñh state saying that we'rexd safer than we've ever been? and we've got clapper saying this is the worst year ever? show, this administration hasko done nothing but lies7r one. >> you were in the military. i mean, whereñr were you [+> in thet( military, i was outf adisa in iraq. >> okay. >> the north, where the entry point of the euphrktm is from
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the large lake is.ñi i can't remember the name of it. >> okay. full support of the american government behind you when you were there? >> back when bush was president? yes. >> how doñi other men in the military, members of the military, men and women feel aboutñi their service now? >> i don't think you're going to find too positive of a number for obama. ñ the military times" put a statistic like 13% of the military approve of what thist( administration i accomplishing. >> you know,çó reports now indicate that our effort to taki back mosul is being pushed now to next fall or possibly beyond that. your reaction, and why would they make that ñrpublic? tbañt we'rir not going to go afr mosul until next ñu,y maybe guys? ímñthat's where i'm extremely frustrated. the entirwime i was in the military -- there are e1signs. loose lips sink ships.i it'sxdñit( true.
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so now if i were to leak something like this when i was iraq, a potentialfá large fáoperation, i would have the hammer laid down on me and anybody else involved by thefá military judicial system. this administration feels it's okayxd tojf leak such a potenti operation that there's no way they wouldñr succdt" now. you're giving isis months of advanced notice you're going to push them out of a certain area. >> we did the same thing in afghanistan, said we're going to get out of there by t#a% time. he wasn'tq behind the surge tha was -- you got gates and w3e1 panetta. heart isn't in it. >> no, just like how iraq star moveçói] in ó because obama did not listen to the general saying iraq is not ready. i can personally tell you iraq is still not ready.lp they pretend to know what they're doing. >> nobody's evenw3 saying they' ready. i'll agree with you. >> that's how the isis thing was
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able to start.fá obama' election, i'm pull everybody he did it despite everybody saying no, no, no. look what isis has done. all my friendsñi have died.ñr all the troops that have bled and sweat in iraq tojf free tho people from tyranny. are now being oppressed andf"ñ murdered even more because of this man's decision. fá obama's hands. and our politicians. >> going forward, i mean, . do we get the military to feel that they have a government behind them? >> iq don't think there's a possibility until we get somebody who can actually be a leader. obama does not have capability. he sits there and lies toé@ us. he's deceitful. and the politicians -- >> did you have -- i mean,é@ok the men and women in the militaryhngw havenb what they d to cgt)uñ are the rules of engagement so restrictive that they can't fight? >> they're horrible. they're horrible. that's my point. oliticians, they sit there y
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world because we gor we're mocked andfáçór everybody hates us because we go and try and free, you know, these people from saddam, he was person.ó hate us they say we need toxd make this a politically correct e1war. the politicians who are not on ground, they don't see this evil that you are face to face xdwit. and they handcuff you. you know, if you'rei] getting st at and have to request permissionxd to return fire, ho can you be successful? >> wow. especially if it's, you a momu
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restrictive measures against american diplomats, ordering the u.s. to cut staff size at the embassy and american tourists will be required to get visas before travelling to convenient swal yachl the two have not exchanged ambassadors since 2010. opts of vladimir putin marching to honor boris nemsoff, shot and killed friday. many believe he was assassinated for being one of putin's biggest critics. putin told his mother she'll bring her son's murderer to justice. justice. jeanine." the terror group the terror group isis continues its assault against christians. kidnapping hundreds, destroying priceless antiquitantiquities. while the number of christian
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hostages held by isis is unknown the founder of the syrian human rights network now puts the number at over 250. the founder and president of a demand for action, nuri keno joins me now. good evening. you have information about the most recent disappearance of christians from iraq. what can you tell us? >> thank you for having us on your show. what we can tell you is that i'm an investigative journalist and many of us in demand for action are journalists, scientifics, doctors, archaeologists, architects and we're talking about the facts. facts are that for ten years now christians such as armenians also the yezidis and indians have been beheaded. the first syrian that was beheaded if front of a videocamera was on september 2004 in mosul. and more than -- fact are that
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more than 100 churches have been attacked. one one of the churches was bombed on the 13th of october 2010. during a mass.e4 52 people were killed. 68 people. more than 20 clergies have been kidnapped and killed. >>díxwz even more than that, we got more than a half a million christians have left mosul. we don't know how many are dead. but is up that you have information about the latest christians who have been kidnapped, 250 of them. how do you have that kzníç information? >> we are in constantly in touch. this is not this is not syria. we were talking about -- now let's go to syria where everything is repeating itself. and as i said, this is ten years back and it's an ongoing ethno religious cleansing and they want to= in syria right now in the kabul
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area northeast close to iraq, is yn is want it enlargen their caliphate and take over the north belt of sere wra. >> i understand that.. you know about the 250 christians, the most recent kidnapped christians? >> i'm sorry, judge, we are all devastated. tired and sleepless. of course, we are in touch constantly in touch with their relatives that fled, with eyewitness, with our charity organizations. with our with our churches. and we are all staying and we are all staying in touch with the militia, itself. syria militia, and the kurdish militia, ypg, that are trying to combat isis in this area. >> now, i understand -- excuse me for interrupting. i don't have a lot of time. i understand that someone had made a phone call to a relative and isis answered? is that correct? >> isis switched on the
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telephone that belongs to the kidnappers. when c when children are calling their parents, they get -- when parents call their children, they get the same message. when loved ones call their loved ones, they get the same message that this telephone now belongs to us and the hostages belongs to us. >> oh, and that we are isis? >> and we are i.s., islamic state. >> nuri, >> nuri, thanks so much for being with us this evening. >> thank you for having me. all right. coming up, a woman who lost her son to a killer and fought to have his death declared terrorism. where? right here right here in the united states. that's next. how do i get hotel deals nobody else gets?... i know a guy. price-line ne-go-ti-a-tor! i know this guy... konohito... and this guy... who knows a guy. hey guy. i know a guy in new york, vegas, dallas. i've known some guys for decades and some, nice to meet ya, let's deal.
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on march 1st, 1994 a school van carrying jewish religious
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students was shot at by a muslim on the to this day several students continue to suffer the effects of that attack. one 16-year-old named ari, though, was killed. his mother fought to have that shooting declared a terrorist act. his mother his mother joins me now. good evening. >> good evening. >> you know, no one can imagine a mother's pain on the day that your son was murdered, i can't imagine what you went through. >> well, there is nothing like the pain of watching your child die before your eyes. ari was shot in his head where he was brain dead, but i watched him die for five days. and you can never get past that. i suffer all the time. >> why was it important for you to have this attack deemed a terrorist attack? >> well, it was revenge for what took place in the middle east.
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so i didn't want it to go into the history books, to be documented as just a random act of violence. it went to state courts versus federal courts, although ari's case -- ari was -- his civil rights were violated. he was in a van load of students, there was 15 boys on the van. >> religious students. >> all religious, obviously. they were yamakas on their head and hats so they were identifiable jewish students. and in this video confession, he said he saw them, and they were on top of each other and then he began shooting at the van, first with the uzi which jammed and continuing with the glock. >> at that time, devorah, it was 1994. not that many people knew about terrorism. we had not yet we had not yet experienced 9/11. what was it in you that made you realize that the designation of
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this was so critical? not just to you but for the country? >> well, i first -- once this happened, i was an ordinary soccer mom. i was every mother living in the united states of america. my son was a regular teenager who played basketball, who went school every y. was just a regular student. ay it was a quick study. learni this, i started to see what was going on all over the world. that this was the beginning of. many things to follow. >> all right. let's fast forward. you've got the ft. hoods?$ shooting. you've got the you've got the oklahoma beheading. and i don't have to go and i don't have to go through all of it. there's still a reluctance on a part of our administration to identify terrorists as muslim extremi extremists, islamists. extremists, islamists. why do youñ speak&g÷ administration.
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i will only say -- i will only say -- >> are >> are they wrong? >> well, it was very clear to me that it is extremely important to identify what the real thing is to the purposes of history, statistics, understanding what the threat is. and for me it was crystal clear. >> all right. >> ari's case was probably the only one in the history of the united states of america that was actually changed. >> that was changed. >> the only one. >> because of what you did. look, you're from brooklyn. your son, ari, was shot and killed in brooklyn. this week, three men from brooklyn, i think one was arrested elsewhere, looking to support isis. your reaction? >> well, there are cells that are operating within this country all over the place. isis is not just operating outside this country. the problem is we have to fight terrorism within and without. judge, i have to tell you this, i am fourth generation american.
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an american jewish woman. i will fight my entire life terrorism. to have to have my son murdered in this country which is a land of the free and the home of the brave, is actually somethingnf6u that = as a result oft you went through, so many people that i've seen in my law enforcement days, i mean, you turned it into a positive. you now lecture to#yfú law ë country. is there hope for our country now? or are we or are we headed for some dark days? >> well, i don't want to be the doom, but i think it will get p and i think we have some bad days ahead of us. >> all right. sary of f tson'. andb5é you built a jewish children's museum and they have having a gala tomorrow night.w:ñ again, you put your energies into something ó> quickly about the museum.shp >> i truly believe that it's all
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about the chirp. i think as we know with%a,th extremists, they teach the children from very young age that martyrs, et cetera. i have done the opposite with it. i truly believe that my museum is the answer to terrorists. >> how many have gone through that museum? >> 1.5 million and more. >> devorah, my friend, good to have you here. >> thanks for having me on, judge. >> >> all right. and moving on to news today that an egyptian court has declared hamas a terrorist organization saying hamas is targeting both civilian/& couq the decision. hamas officials condemning today's decision and urging egypt to reverse a r(t&háhp &hc% ambassador to the u.s. danny. ambassador?
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>> yes, good evening, >> yes, good evening, judge. >> >> ah, good evening ambassador. good to have you with us this evening. what what if anything will the designation of hamas aspimj a terrorist organization bywy eg accomplish? >> well i believe first >> well i believe first of all, it shows the literacy of president sisi and egyptian authorities which respond to the real murder of the civilians, egyptian soldiers in sinai on an ongoing basis but not only that, hamas which is a branch of the muslim brotherhood is very actively vying to undermine and doe pose the legitimate regime. >> well, actually, the muslim brotherhood recently called for the death of president el sisi. but what's curious to me, ambassador, is the fact that with egypt closing off some of the tunnels saying the muslim
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brotherhood is terrorist, hamas is a terrorist o, they're benefiting israel and there's a connection between israel and egypt in protecting their citizens. >> absolut >> absolutely, judge. what we see today in the new middle east today, the decision is not necessarily between .gwb and arabs and it's along the ethical or religious or political lines necessarily but along radical. and7 os radical islam, extreme islamists, be it isis or ñ really bent on destroying the middle east, destroying the world as we know it so it is very important that in importan important country like egypt is leading the charge because at the end of the day it's going to take the entire international community. we just need the we just need the leader to lead
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the international community. >> thanks so much for being with us, ambassador. it's the last chance to vote. why is the world not stopping why is the world not stopping the assault against m
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devorah halbersham whose son was shot in 1994 by an arab terrorist. we just we just talked about that egypt declared hamas a terrorist organization. what is what is interesting is that apparently hamas when your son was murdered so many years ago came out and said that they were proud that this man shot your son on the brooklyn bridge, et cetera. what is your tame on finally having hamas declared a terrorist organization by another muslim country. >> i think the muslim countries are coming out. i think that one of our best allies these days in fighting. many muslims have been murdered in this. but hamas has been setting up cells and nests in this country since 1994. it isn't just the beginning of
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it now it began back then. it's been an ongoing place. the mosque that ari's murderer came out of is a hamas mosque. and continues to be a hamas mosque and they have been supportive of many terrorist attacks in this country. it's just that nobody was paying attention to it because until now they only looked at hamas as murderers of jews in the region, israelis and jews but not outside of that country. >> things are going to change. air diet. you just... and that's it. i prefer real food,
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