Jerusalem Day - Video 3 of 4 - Featuring:
Esther Levens, founder UC4I.org - estherlevens.com and Shoula Romano-Horing, attorney, university lecturer and radio show host - ohisrael.com
Voice Over by Rodger Parsons, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodger_Parsons
Produced by Tom Chaffer of Atomsound™ (Audio and video captured via iPhone 3gs, Edited with Final Cut Studio 3 and Logic Studio 2)
Now you will hear a testimonial from an Israeli Jewish sabra reminiscing about her memories and emotional attachment to Jerusalem. Shoula Romano-Horing was born and raised in Israel.
Born and raised in Israel, Shoula Horing is an attorney, university lecturer, radio show host, opinion columnist and national public speaker that has lived in the United States since 1980. For the last seven years, she has been the host of a weekly radio show called “Oh Jerusalem”, which airs on KCXL in Kansas City, Missouri. On the show she discusses the political and cultural issues concerning Israel and the Middle East. She has interviewed many distinguished guests.
She now resides in the mid-west, in Kansas City and is a practicing attorney and a university professor who lectures on international law and the United States constitution. She is a national speaker for the UJC (United Jewish Communities) and for the JNF (Jewish National Fund). She has been the host of Oh Jerusalem, a local radio program in the Kansas City metropolitan area and has been widely published nationally as an opinion columnist. For the last 10 years, Ms. Horing has written many articles concerning Israel and the Middle East, which have been published in USA Today, the Kansas City Star, the Jewish Press, and other Jewish Journals.
She has been a relentless and outspoken critic of the Oslo agreement and its dangers since its inception and the rushed Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon. She has worked tirelessly to educate the American public about the campaign of anti-Jewish and anti-Israeli hatred and incitement to violence in the Palestinian and Arab media. She has exposed the anti Israel bias in the American media especially in the reporting of news organizations such as CNN.
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