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LINK FOR VIDEO In about one month’s time, the Israeli government would be able to start the process of extending its sovereignty over parts of the territories east of its border and west of the Jordan River. This move should be coordinated with the U.S. administration and has already raised strong objections by the Jordanian and Palestinian leaderships, as well as by domestic critics. Is this effort to annex disputed areas practical and wise? Panel: – Jonathan Hessen, Host. – Amir Oren, Analyst. – Prof. Efraim Inbar; President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security (Jerusalem). – Colonel Reuven Ben-Shalom, Cross-Cultural Strategist and Associate at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (Central Israel) .