DAILY DOSE | With Jeff Smith | Thursday, December 6th 201848min
Part 1 It's the third day of the IDF military operation to destroy the terror tunnels made by Hezbollah. The Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister Benjamin Netanyahu makes a special visit today to the North in order to meet with the commanders, alongside him several ambassadors to see what's happening on the border. The Hezbollah tunnels seem to be justified by many Lebanese, some even assume that Netanyahu uses the tunnel issue as a diversion of his corruption. In Iran, a suicide car bombing attack outside a police station has killed three people, including the head of the police and injured several, this occured in the southeastern Iran, in the port city of Chabahar. Part 2 A 51-year-old Australian, ultra-Orthodox mother is accused of being a serial sexual predator, she is evading justice from Melbourne to Israel and now to the heart of the West Bank. Correspondent Sarah Williamson has the report. More diplomatic news, the UN is to vote on the resolution condemning Hamas on Thursday, Correspondent Mike Wagenheim has the details in his report. Danny Ayalon, the former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. gives his insight on the subject. Meanwhile, in Israel, elected political leaders are fighting publicly over how their wives are being treated by their political opponents. Danny Ayalon also gives his insight on this story. Part 3 About the Yemen civil war, thousands of prisoners are set to be freed today, the UN is hopeful that the Yemen ceasefire can be reached. Listen to what Iolanda Jacquement, the International Committee of the Red Cross Spokesperson, has to say just a moment ago. There is tension on the Black Sea this morning as the U.S. is preparing to send warship into the Black Sea, Turkey has already been notified about it. The Russia-Ukraine tension, then draws the U.S. into the Black Sea. Retired U.S. Navy Captain Gary Tabach, the former NATO Chief of Staff in Moscow has more on the story. Meanwhile, the late President George H.W. Bush is to be buried in his family plot on Thursday in Texas, has more in the report. Still in the U.S., lawyers say that CBS could withhold $12 million payout. A report of the New York Times says that Moonves has 'destroyed the evidence' to save the payout. Part 4 Meng Wanzhou, a top executive of the Chinese Huawei technology giant has been arrested in Canada for violating Iran sanctions; this on behalf of the U.S. This move will certainly inflame tension between the two countries as it happens on a delicate time. The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said Beijing is calling for her immediate released and the protection of the legitimate right of the person involved. On the other hand, the new Hollywood movie due on Christmas, which talks about the Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg raises questions about whether or not should it be played by Jewish actors.