He is not afraid to speak about Islamic extremism and the inadequate response of the general Muslim community ("To be honest, the radicals are winning .... We have sleep-walked into this disaster").
And his comments about the Palestinian plight is spot-on.
Woven inextricably into this splendid narrative is his own personal odyssey from an easy-going guy to a confessed antisemitic activist, radicalised at university in Britain, to a staunch supporter of Israel who is shunned by much of his family and receives death threats from "people who can't spell properly".
Long, but worth listening to, if necessary in instalments. His passionate defence of Israel, so well-expressed, will inspire you and warm your heart!
Another great defence of Jews and Israel, this one by Brigitte Gabriel, here: