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Pope Francis said he thought World War III has already been declared. He asks with great sorrow, "What is happening to humanity that within a hundred years it will have experienced three world wars?" •Antisemitic Extremism in US Colleges and the Surrounding Silence: • The Land of Milk and Gas: • Software With a Soul: • Violence Against Medical Staff: • A Letter We Received:

Episode 91|Jun 20, 2022
Pope Francis said he thought World War III has already been declared. He asks with great sorrow, "What is happening to humanity that within a hundred years it will have experienced three world wars?" • Antisemitic Extremism in US Colleges and the Surrounding Silence: At Harvard University in Boston, students participated in mapping Jewish businesses, shops, and sites throughout the city, using a BDS service very similar to one when Nazi Germany began to mark Jewish places. • The Land of Milk and Gas: Israel has signed an agreement to export natural gas to Europe, through Egypt. This is another step on the path to the establishment of Israel as a natural gas power. In Lebanon, Israel is being threatened, but in the meantime, Israeli gas may help lead Lebanon out of the energy crisis. • Software With a Soul: An engineer at Google claims that the company's chat software, which is based on artificial intelligence, has feelings (sentient). The software is able to conduct conversations with humans that sound natural. The engineer says he talked to the software about religion, conscience and the laws of robotics, and he really feels like it has a soul. • Violence Against Medical Staff: A family doctor was recently attacked at a clinic in Beer Yaakov. One of the dissatisfied patients attacked them with an iron hammer to the head. Following the attack, doctors decided to go on a two-day protest strike. The Medical Association says: "We will intensify the steps until someone here wakes up." Almost every day there is a physical assault against doctors. • A Letter We Received: “Hello Michael Laitman, I am an Israeli Arab, I was born in Lod and have Jewish childhood friends who are like brothers to me. I have been following you on Facebook for the past year and really enjoy listening to you, but there is one thing you say every time, and it is very difficult for me to accept it. ‘If the Jews make peace between them, then everything will work out.’ I'm not against it, of course, but what about us Arabs? I feel that peace should be made between the Jews and the Arabs who were born here in Israel. But you are not talking about that at all. Why?”