Protests & Possible Civil War in Israel

Israel is experiencing the most serious domestic crisis it has ever had in the 75 years since the modern Jewish state was founded.

In this episode of Inside The Epicenter with Joel Rosenberg with Dr. Carl Moeller, they look at the recently proposed judicial reform legislation and why some of Israel’s leaders are talking about a possible civil war.

They also cover the bill that intends to make it illegal for followers of Jesus in Israel to discuss the Gospel message with other Israelis. They consider the bill's implications, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's response, and Israel's internal unrest and protest. 

How close is Israel to civil war? Listen to this episode to find out!

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