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In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Professor Abraham Miller joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss the greatest threats to the West and the state of Israel today. Professor Miller is one of today’s premier American scholars on the state of Israel and Middle Eastern studies. Professor Miller brings eye-opening information on the threat of Iran in today’s world.
This episode seeks to bring awareness about the relationship between the United States, Iran, and Israel and how it impacts our entire world today. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of today’s threats on Israel and how the United States is affected.
In this episode, topics discussed include:
- Obama’s failure in crafting and passing the Iran Nuclear Deal and how it threatens Israel today
- The link between leftist liberalism and American Jews and why many American Jews can be anti-Israel
- The difference between dictators who abuse their own people and dictators who export terrorism and how it relates to Middle East relations today
- President Carter, the Iranian Hostage Crisis, and the October Surprise conspiracy theory
- S. $38 billion military aid package to Israel and why Israel should have rejected it
- The impact of electing either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump on future relations with Israel
Abraham H. Miller is Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Cincinnati and a former counterterrorism consultant to the National Institute of Justice. An authority on ethnic politics and political violence, he is the editor of the book Terrorism and Hostage Negotiations (1980) and the author of two novels set amidst the political and social turmoil of the Windy City in the 1950s and 1960s, Vorshavsky: A Chicago Story (2007) and Fourteenth Street: A Chicago Story (2012).