Mideast Panel: Is Israel Becoming More Isolated?

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Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee told CBN News why he believes Israelis are more on edge than ever before.

"My fear is that the United States policy on Israel has so dramatically shifted," Huckabee said. "This is a policy that is inexplicable, very dangerous, very naïve and it has the Israelis quite unnerved."

"I've been going there since 1973 and I've never seen the mood quite like it is," he said. "They feel that thanks to the Obama administration, they are completely on their own."

Is Israel becoming more isolated in the world?  CBN News' roundtable of experts - including Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell, Senior Reporter John Waage, and Middle East Expert Dr. David Meyer - discuss the threats posed to Israel in light of recent unrest in the Middle East, on CBN News Channel Midday News, Feb. 28.

Topics include:

- How do Israelis feel about current U.S. policies. Mitchell, who lives and works in Jerusalem, explains. CBN News Sr. Editor John Waage also offered his insight on how those policies might affect the 2012 political race. Click here for his comments.

- How does the current unrest in the Middle East raise new threats to Israel? Meyer explains the historic implications of these uprisings.

- What do Israeli leaders hope to see and hear from the U.S.? And is Obama administration's policy toward Israel making them safer or putting them at greater risk? Waage offers his perspective.

Click play to watch.

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