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Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Senior analyst Haviv Rettig Gur and real estate editor Danielle Nagler join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's podcast. Rettig Gur weighs in on the constant rumors that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in talks with Yesh Atid head Yair Lapid and outgoing defense minister Benny Gantz. Where are they coming from? Next Rettig Gur speaks about the thrum of talking heads bemoaning “The end of Israeli democracy.” What's different today from every other time this comes up? Mortgage borrowing in Israel has continued to decline amid rising interest rates and soaring housing costs. Could this be the push we need to lower the costs? Nagler recently wrote about plans for a new amusement park in the south outside of Beersheba. Could Negev Park be Israel's answer to EuroDisney? Discussed articles include: Likud, Lapid and Gantz deny report that they're in unity government talks Plans to build $15m amusement park, hotel complex in Negev move forward Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: File - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the European Friends of Israel Policy Conference in the Chagall Hall in the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, in Jerusalem, Feb. 7, 2011. (AP Photo/Debbie Hill, Pool)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's headlines: Obama gave his most frank warning yet about the state of democracy in the midterms to a rally in Phoenix. Paul Pelosi has been released from the hospital and will remain under doctor's care at home. North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile as well as two other short range missiles yesterday. Leaked Kremlin documents claim that Vladimir Putin is battling both Parkinson's disease and pancreatic cancer that has spread to other parts of his body. Finally for the week, Benjamin Netanyahu's victory to become Israel's prime minister is official. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: Washington Post: Obama says democracy ‘may not survive' in Arizona if Republicans win NBC: Paul Pelosi released from hospital a week after brutal attack Axios: Suspect in Paul Pelosi attack was in U.S. illegally, DHS says Axios: North Korea launches intercontinental ballistic missile in latest escalation Sky News: Leaked Kremlin documents claim Russian President Vladimir Putin is secretly battling Parkinson's disease and pancreatic cancer Axios: Israel's Lapid congratulates Netanyahu on election win Host: Sami Sage Morning Announcements is produced by Sami Sage alongside Amanda Duberman and Bridget Schwartz Original Music and Editing by Brandon Lee Bjornson
Yaakov Katz – Editor-in-Chief of The Jerusalem Post and a former advisor to Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett – returns to our podcast. Earlier, Yaakov Katz served as The Jerusalem Post's military reporter and defense analyst. He is the author of "Shadow Strike: Inside Israel's Secret Mission to Eliminate Syrian Nuclear Power" and co-author of two books: "Weapon Wizards - How Israel Became a High-Tech Military Superpower" and "Israel vs. Iran - The Shadow War" "Shadow Strike: Inside Israel's Secret Mission to Eliminate Syrian Nuclear Power" – shorturl.at/adioS "Weapon Wizards - How Israel Became a High-Tech Military Superpower" - shorturl.at/fhIJ3
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov. Yaakov and Lahav talk to Herb Keinon and Eliav Breuer about the outcome of the elections. What will Netanyahu do? Has he changed? How will Ben-Gvir manage in the coalition? And what happened to Lapid? Our podcast is available on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
durée : 00:20:29 - Journal de 18h - A l'issue des législatives en Israël, la victoire de Benjamin Netaniahu semble de plus en plus probable. Allié à l'extrême-droite, l'ancien premier ministre devance la coalition de Yaïr Lapid. A Tel Aviv, la perspective du retour de "Bibi" suscite inquiétude et amertume.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Political correspondent Tal Schneider and senior analyst Haviv Rettig Gur join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in this post-election episode. At recording time, we didn't yet know the final totals, but we break down what we know and don't, so far. Schneider begins with a broad-stroke run down of how the results look so far. Which parties are definitely out? Some 10% of the electorate voted for the far-right Religious Zionist party. Rettig Gur gives some reasons why this is not, in fact, a shift. Discussed articles include: With 97% of regular votes counted, Likud-led bloc has 65 seats, Meretz out Coalition officials: ‘Cannibalistic pig' Lapid felled allies, gave Netanyahu victory Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu addresses his supporters after first exit poll results for the Israeli Parliamentary election at his party's headquarters in Jerusalem, November 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
By holding its fifth election in less than four years, can Israel break the stalemate? Prime Minister Yair Lapid hopes to remain in power after his coalition collapsed in June, but veteran politician Benjamin Netanyahu, now 73 years old and on trial for corruption, is eyeing a comeback. Many say the country's proportional representation system does not help stability in the Knesset. Meanwhile, some one million Palestinian voters make up 17 percent of the Israeli electorate but are historically disenfranchised. What will this election hold for them?
durée : 00:15:08 - Journal de 22h - L'actuel chef du gouvernement Yaïr Lapid affronte Benyamin Netanyahou qui espère redevenir Premier ministre, une fonction qu'il a déjà occupée durant quinze ans. - invités : Nicolas Vignolles délégué général du Syndicat des éditeurs de logiciels de loisirs (SELL)
durée : 00:20:02 - Journal de 18h - L'ancien Premier ministre Benjamin Netanyahu compte bien reconquérir le pouvoir à l'occasion des législatives mais le centriste Yaïr Lapid, à la tête d'une jeune coalition hétéroclite, espère lui résister.
The: Fake claim that the Lebanon Border agreement is a win for Israel. We handed over a part of our territorial waters, which is no different from surrendering land. Lapid has no mandate. Hezbollah won. World: Leaders have no business to tell us who should be a minister in our government. If Netanyahu wins the election, he can give Itamar ben Gvir a post. Ukrainian: Zelenski is a good actor but no diplomat. He chides Israel for not donating weapons, and does not understand the Israel -Russia delicate relations. We supply plenty of humanitarian aid, treat his wounded and accept his refugees. Why: Benny Ganz should not be in a Netanyahu government. He only wears a right wing mask but could be a Trojan horse. It Was: High time that the Israel Innovation Society and government are recognising the under representation of the Charedi, the ultra orthodox sector in industry. They are launching a training programme for their men and women. Unworkable suggestion: Bennett proposes a unity government of right, left and Arab parties ! Just imagine the result! An immediate new election. Self: Before country is the motto of Ayelet Shaked. Only a fool never changes his mind. Her party is imploding and she insists on political suicide, that might bring the country down with it. This time vote Likud to prevent that. And: More The Walter Bingham File 01NOV2022 - PODCAST
Dr. Raquel Fortun, a forensic pathologist, talks about the independent autopsy she did on the body of the supposed middleman, who was suddenly found dead at the New Bilibid Prison, just hours after he was identified by the confessed gunman.
Speaking with Likud Mayor Oded Revivi about why people should be voting for Likud and Binyamin Netanyahu. I personally know a number of right-wing supporters of Netanyahu who are considering voting for either Lapid or Gantz, who both support left-wing policies. I asked Mayor Revivi the tough questions to address their concerns.
On March 23, 2021, Israel voted in its 24th Knesset, and with it sent Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid to the premiership. Next week, on November 1, 2022, Israelis return to the polls in order to vote, again—for the fifth time in just over three years—to elect the 25th Knesset and a new prime minister. The central personality of the election is Israel's longest serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been leading the opposition since leaving office in 2021, who remains the head of the Likud party, and who could shortly return to the prime ministership. His chief rival is the current prime minister, Yair Lapid, running to return. And then there are new and rising figures who represent a range of interest, attitudes, and identities from throughout Israeli society. This week on the podcast, Mosaic editor Jonathan Silver is joined by Haviv Rettig Gur, the lead political reporter at the Times of Israel and a frequent Mosaic contributor. Together, the two look at Israel's upcoming elections as well as its current political culture. Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.
When Rodrigo Duterte left office earlier this year, it marked a change in the government's antagonistic relationship with the media. But now the new president, Ferdinand Marcos Junior, is the son of a former dictator, who led a crackdown on the media decades ago. So when radio commentator Percy Lapid was shot dead near Manila on October 3, it left journalists wondering what this government's response might show about how safe they will be in this next chapter. In this episode: Roy Mabasa (@roymabasa), journalist and brother of Percy Lapid Jonathan de Santos (@desamting), chair of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines Carlos Conde (@condeHRW), Senior Philippines researcher, Human Rights Watch Episode credits: This episode was produced by Alexandra Locke with Chloe K. Li and our host, Halla Moheiddeen. It was fact-checked by Ruby Zaman. Our production team includes Chloe K. Li, Alexandra Locke, Ashish Malhotra, Negin Owliaei, Amy Walters, and Ruby Zaman. Our sound designer is Alex Roldan. Aya Elmileik and Adam Abou-Gad are our engagement producers. Ney Alvarez is Al Jazeera's head of audio. Connect with us: @AJEPodcasts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook
The alleged "middleman" in the plot to murder of hard-hitting broadcaster Percy Lapid suddenly turned up dead at the New Bilibid Prison, hours after the confessed gunman pointed to him.
A man has surrendered claiming he was the one who had gunned down broadcaster Percy Lapid. How credible is his story? And more importantly, who masterminded the cold-blooded murder of the hard-hitting journalist?
The Arab-Israeli conflict has been known for tense negotiations, seemingly about to break down and lead to fighting between the parties, when at the last moment a compromise is suggested and a deal is struck. The bargaining between Lebanon and Israel on the demarcation of their maritime boundary is no exception. It had its ups and downs, but now, having gone down to the wire because of domestic factors in both Beirut and Jerusalem, the formula drafted by American mediator Amos Hochstein has been accepted by President Michel Aoun north of the border and Prime Minister Yair Lapid to its south. Aoun's term expires on the 31st of this month and Lapid faces an uphill re-election the next day. So is their administration's approval of the Hochstein draft a done deal, or could it still be aborted, leading Israel and Hezbollah to an armed clash? Panel: - Jonathan Hessen, Host. - Amir Oren, Editor at Large, Host of Watchmen Talk and Powers in Play. - Brig. Gen. (Res.) Doron Gavish, Former Air Defense Chief, Israel Air Force. - Dr. Nir Boms, Research Fellow, Moshe Dayan Center at Tel Aviv University. Articles on the topic: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/lebanon-seeks-changes-to-sea-deal-with-israel/ https://www.tv7israelnews.com/israel-lebanon-sea-talks-in-final-stage/ https://www.tv7israelnews.com/hezbollah-repeats-threat-to-israel-over-sea-borders/ You are welcome to join our audience and watch all of our programs - free of charge! TV7 Israel News: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/563/ Jerusalem Studio: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/18738/ TV7 Israel News Editor's Note: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76269/ TV7 Europa Stands: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/82926/ TV7 Powers in Play: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/84954/ TV7 Israel: Watchmen Talk: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76256/ Jerusalem Prays: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/135790/ TV7's Times Observer: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/97531/ TV7's Middle East Review: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/997755/ My Brother's Keeper: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/53719/ This week in 60 seconds: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/123456/ Those who wish can send prayer requests to TV7 Israel News in the following ways: Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please be sure to mention your first name and country of residence. Any attached videos should not exceed 20 seconds in duration. #IsraelNews #tv7israelnews #newsupdates Rally behind our vision - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/donate/ To purchase TV7 Israel News merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/tv7-israel-news-store Live view of Jerusalem - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/jerusalem-live-feed/ Visit our website - http://www.tv7israelnews.com/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/tv7israelnews Like TV7 Israel News on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Follow TV7 Israel News on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tv7israelnews/ Follow TV7 Israel News on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tv7israelnews
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. US correspondent Jacob Magid and US reporter Luke Tress join host Jessica Steinberg for today's podcast. Magid talks about US politics regarding Israel's maritime deal with Lebanon, and whether Biden pushed to do this prior to Israeli and US mid-term elections. Tress discusses interview with Reform Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch about his new pro-Israel program to bolster support for Israel, amid anti-Zionism in liberal US circles. Magid examines PA President Mahmoud Abbas comments made during closed meeting about Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, lack of US measures pushing for Israel-PA peace and why it's important to speak to AIPAC. Tress looks at recent lawsuit against New York state by two Jewish, Orthodox, gun-owning plaintiffs, seeking to protect their neighborhood synagogue following new law barring firearms in places of worship. Discussed articles include: ‘You're making history': Biden hails border deal in calls with Lapid, Lebanon's Aoun Leading New York Reform rabbi launches push against anti-Zionism in the movement ‘You little boy': Abbas says he scolded Blinken for not pressuring Israel Jewish gun owners sue NY leadership over law barring firearms in places of worship Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Illustrative: In this Nov. 2, 2018 photograph, Beth Israel Congregation members drive past security officer Jim Lowman, who has been providing armed protection over 20 years at the synagogue in Jackson, Miss. Recent events of violence at houses of worship have cause the Congregation to increase security. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's Watchman Newscast, host Erick Stakelbeck breaks down the continued unraveling of relations between Israel and Russia. On Monday, Israel's interim Prime Minister, Yair Lapid, condemned Russian airstrikes against Ukraine's civilian infrastructure. Russia was none too happy with the criticism but likewise has condemned Israel over the past several months over a host of issues, including Israeli airstrikes in Syria and control over Jerusalem. Will these tensions ultimately have a prophetic outcome? Plus, Israel and Lebanon agree to an historic maritime border deal. Why does opposition leader Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu believe it's a bad deal for the Jewish State? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Israel rejects Lebanese changes to maritime border proposal. Netanyahu: Only my pressure stopped Lapid from surrendering to Lebanon. President Herzog, at state memorial ceremony for IDF fallen in Yom Kippur war, says lessons from 1973 war remain relevant.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and health reporter Nathan Jeffay join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in today's episode. On Monday in Brussels, the EU and the Israel Association Council met for the first time in many years. Why is this significant and what was discussed? As promised, Berman updates us on the proposed US-brokered Lebanon maritime border and what's potentially gone awry in the past several days and explains why there is a short window of opportunity to get the deal done. Jeffay brings us new research — a collaboration between the Weizmann Institute of Science and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine — that found that hunting for fungus in the human body may offer a brand-new method for early detection of cancer as well as information that could shape prognoses and treatment plans. Researchers at Tel Aviv University believe they have identified a key mechanism that leads skin cancer to prompt brain cancer. So far it has only been tested on human tissue in lab conditions. When do researchers think it will lead to tumor prevention? A 46-year-old Israeli woman recently gave birth 20 years after freezing her ovary due to cancer treatments in her mid-twenties. She defrosted part of it, reversed her menopause, got pregnant without IVF, and has now given birth to a healthy baby girl. Discussed articles include: EU's top diplomat presses Lapid on Palestinians at opening of Brussels meeting Intel minister to lead Israeli delegation to EU in Lapid's stead Official: Lebanon deal will see unprecedented approval for Israel's maritime border Fungus is telltale cancer sign, possibly screenable by blood test: Israel-US study Israeli discovery may help fight risk of skin cancer triggering brain tumors Israeli gives birth after menopause reversed with transplant of 20-year frozen ovary Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. ILLUSTRATIVE IMAGE: Lebanese protesters ride in a yacht with an Arabic banner that reads 'No compromises No waivers, No negligence, Our maritime resources belong to us,' during a demonstration demanding Lebanon's right to disputed maritime oil and gas fields, in the southern marine border town of Naqoura, Lebanon, September 4, 2022. (AP Photo/ Mohammed Zaatari)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Editor David Horovitz and military correspondent Emanuel Fabian join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. On Thursday, Prime Minister Yair Lapid ordered Israeli security forces to remain in an enhanced state of readiness, given an uptick in violence in the West Bank. Since that order, there have been several incidents. We start with what happened this morning with a shooting near Elon Moreh that was claimed by a new Palestinian militia, the Lion's Den. On Saturday, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah lauded a US-mediated draft proposal to resolve a maritime border dispute between Israel and Lebanon as “a very important step.” He said that the emerging deal opens up “new and promising horizons for the people of Lebanon by rescuing the country from the crisis it has fallen into.”Why this change in tone? On Saturday, Shas party leader Aryeh Deri said that a government under opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu would pass a bill to enable it to overrule High Court decisions. We hear about additional legislators threatening judicial changes. According to a recent Axios report, last month Robert Menendez, chairman of the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, warned Netanyahu that including extreme-right lawmakers in a potential future government would harm US-Israel relations. Horovitz explains why it is not only external ties that may be harmed. Discussed articles include: Amid rising West Bank violence, Lapid orders forces to remain on high alert Gunmen target taxi, bus in West Bank terror attack; 1 lightly injured Police say Palestinian killed after trying to hurl firebomb at cops near Jerusalem Shots fired at Israeli vehicle in southern West Bank; IDF launches manhunt In subdued comments, Nasrallah calls maritime border deal proposal ‘important step' Shas chief: If judges bar me from being a minister, we'll legislate to overrule them Top senator said to warn Netanyahu that having Ben Gvir in gov't would harm US ties To overturn the evil decree Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: A supporter of the Iranian-backed Hezbollah group raises is fist and cheers, as he listens to a speech of Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah who appears via a video link, during a rally marking Hezbollah Martyr's Day, in the southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon, November 11, 2021. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Military correspondent Emanuel Fabian and diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman join host Amanda Borschel-Dan. During our Wednesday-morning recording, the IDF entered Jenin for an Israeli military raid in which at least three Palestinian gunmen were killed. Fabian gives background. Over the two-day Rosh Hashanah holiday, there were also clashes on the Temple Mount and in east Jerusalem. What was the spark this time and how long are they expected to continue? Last week, while Berman reported from the United Nations General Assembly in New York, British Prime Minister Liz Truss told Prime Minister Yair Lapid that she is reviewing a relocation of the country's embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. How seriously should we take this? We take a look at what's happening right now in Ukraine. After a series of contentious referendums for a merger with Russia in occupied Ukrainian territories, officials in three of these regions claimed victory — amid international condemnation of sham ballots. How is Israel reacting and is this a more decisive stance than we've seen before? Fabian recently reported on a joint Israeli and American four-day navy drill in the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea that included American naval drones. Though Iran doesn't have a coastline along the Red Sea, the drill — dubbed “Digital Shield” — had a significant Iranian bent. Fabian explains why. Discussed articles include: Palestinian gunmen ‘planning significant attacks' killed in Jenin clash with troops Police clash with protesters in East Jerusalem for 3rd straight night British PM tells Lapid she is reviewing relocation of UK embassy to Jerusalem Israel rejects annexation votes in occupied Ukraine as Russian proxies claim victory US, NATO vow support for Ukraine after ‘diabolical' Russian annexation votes Zelensky ‘shocked' by lack of Israeli defense support: ‘They gave us nothing' Israel, US wrap up four-day drill in Red Sea with naval drones Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Israeli Navy vessels sail alongside US naval drones in the Gulf of Aqaba, in an image published by the military on September 22, 2022. (Israel Defense Forces)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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*) Five-day annexation polls open in Ukraine's Russian-held territories Russia-held regions of Ukraine have begun voting on whether to become part of Russia, in referendums that Kiev and the West slam as an unlawful land grab. The five-day votes in four regions controlled entirely or in part by Russian troops will end on September 27. The ballot covers around 15 percent of Ukraine's territory. The regions where the voting is being held are the eastern Luhansk and Donetsk regions — which are self-proclaimed republics controlled by Moscow-backed separatists — and Kherson and Zaporizhia (zah-POH-reeja) provinces in the south. *) Lapid calls for 'two-state solution' to end Israel-Palestine conflict Israel's Prime Minister Yair Lapid has called for a two-state solution to end the decades-long Palestine issue. An agreement with Palestinians, based on two states for two peoples, is the right thing for the future of our children, Lapid said at the UN General Assembly. While Lapid was short on details, lawmakers in Israel's parliament are divided on whether they want to pursue a two-state solution with Palestine. *) Death toll from Iran protests climbs as internet restricted The US has placed Iran's morality police on its sanctions blacklist following the death in custody of a 22-year-old arrested for allegedly wearing her hijab headscarf improperly. The move came as violent protests erupted across Iran following Mahsa Amini's death last week. According to an official count, at least 17 people have died in the unrest. With no sign of the protests easing, Iran has blocked access to Instagram and WhatsApp and imposed drastic restrictions on internet access. *) US aircraft carrier arrives in South Korea as warning to North A US aircraft carrier has arrived in South Korea for the first time in about four years. It is set to join other military vessels in a show of force intended to send a message to North Korea. The USS Ronald Reagan and ships from its accompanying strike group docked at a naval base in the southern port city of Busan ahead of joint drills with South Korean forces. Its arrival marks the most significant deployment yet under a new push to have more US "strategic assets" operate in the area to deter North Korea. *) Djokovic has no regrets about missing Slams due to unvaccinated status Tennis star Novak Djokovic, who missed two of this year's four Grand Slams due to not being vaccinated against the coronavirus, has said he has no regrets about his decision. The 35-year-old Serb, who has won 21 Grand Slam titles, has not played since winning Wimbledon in July as he missed out on the US Open. Djokovic is now awaiting word on whether he will be allowed in the Australian Open in January. He was deported from the country and received a three-year travel ban earlier this year due to his vaccination status.
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov Lahav and Yaakov talk about the controversy regarding Yair Lapid's UN speech and his endorsement of a two-state solution and how it is just pointless political rhetoric. Plus, they discuss Emirati Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed's moving visit to Israel, including a historic stop at Yad Vashem. They also interview scholar Yael Leibowitz for a talk about the meaning of Rosh Hashana and her upcoming book on Ezra, the man who returned the Jews to Israel from exile in Babylon. Our podcast is available on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
Basit Türkçe ile Haberler / News in Simple Turkish by skypeturkish.comBasit Türkçe ile Haberler'in yeni bölümüne hoş geldiniz.Bugün 21 Eylül 2022 Çarşamba.Türkiye ve İsrail Arasında Üst Düzey ToplantıTürkiye ve İsrail arasındaki sorunlar 2008'deki Gazze Savaşı ile başladı.2010 yılında bir İsrail saldırısında dokuz Türk sivil öldü.Bu yüzden Türkiye ve İsrail arasındaki diplomatik ilişkiler durdu.Diplomatik ilişkiler bu yılın ağustos ayında yeniden başladı.Bugün Türkiye Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan ve İsrail Başbakanı Lapid bir toplantı yaptı.Bu toplantı, 2008'den beri bu düzeydeki ilk toplantı.Erdoğan ve Lapid farklı noktaları tartıştılar.Toplantı, enerji ve istihbarat paylaşımı ile ilgiliydi.Türkiye, İsrail istihbaratının İran'ı daha yakından izlemesine olanak sağlıyor.Bu nedenle, İsrail'in ulusal güvenliği için önemli.Ayrıca, İsrail'in ekonomik çıkarları var.İsrail, 2010 yılında kıyılarında doğal gaz keşfetti.İsrail, Türkiye üzerinden Avrupa'ya doğal gaz satabilir.Bu durum, her iki ülkeye de ekonomik fayda sağlayabilir.Ayrıca, Avrupa'nın Rus doğal gazına bağımlılığını azaltabilir.Dinlediğiniz için teşekkürler!Lütfen bu bölümü Türkçe öğrenen diğer kişilerle de paylaşın!Yeni bölümde görüşmek dileğiyle, hoşça kalın! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman and US reporter Jacob Magid join host Jessica Steinberg for today's podcast. Berman discusses Lapid's plan for his Thursday speech at the UN General Assembly, including mentioning his support for a two-state solution. Berman also talks about Lapid's various meetings Wednesday with Turkish president Erdogan, Jordan's King Abdullah and others, while Magid weighs in on the US reaction to Lapid's talks and plans. Magid covers his interview with Special Envoy Deborah Lipstadt, also at the United Nations as part of her role in the State Department, and their conversation about her recent trip to Saudi Arabia and the topic of antisemitism in Saudi textbooks, among issues of antisemitism elsewhere. Discussed articles include: Lapid to back two-state solution in UN address; is slammed by rivals and some allies Lapid hails mended Turkey ties in first meet between Erdogan, Israeli PM since 2008 Lapid meets Jordan king on West Bank terror as news of fresh attack arrives British PM tells Lapid she is reviewing relocation of UK embassy to Jerusalem Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Prime Minister Yair Lapid, left, meets Jordan's King Abdullah II in New York, September 20, 2022. (Avi Ohayon/GPO)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At the UN Biden and Lapid call for 2 state solution. Update on Israeli politics. How would the Iran Deal differ from past nuclear agreements? Ukraine offensive routes Russian forces. How will Putin respond? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Political correspondent Tal Schneider and settlements reporter Jeremy Sharon join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in today's podcast. On Sunday morning, Prime Minister Yair Lapid said at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting that the purpose of his visit to Berlin was “to coordinate positions on the [Iranian] nuclear program and finalize the details on a strategic, economic and security cooperation document, which we are about to sign with them.” Did Lapid meet his goals? Lapid is the son of well-known Holocaust survivor Tommy Lapid. He was accompanied by several survivors on the trip, one of whom was shocked when seeing the German soldiers. Schneider tells us more. Schneider, who recently wrote about the sharp uptick in Israeli defense exports, explains how the trip to Germany was also tied to a deal regarding the purchase of Israel's Arrow-3 system, one of the most advanced air defense systems in the country's arsenal. Which other countries are being purchased? The country mourned the double murder of a mother and her daughter in Lod last week, Manar and Khadar Hajaj. Sharon recently spoke with the head of the Abraham Initiative about fighting crime in the Arab sector. Surprisingly, he is positive. Finally, Sharon brought us the case of some 50 families who have swapped war-torn Ukraine or politically repressive Russia for a hotbed of conflict in the West Bank. Is this a new trend? Discussed articles include: In Germany, Lapid says he gave Scholz ‘sensitive' information on Iran nuke program In Berlin, Lapid comforts Holocaust survivor who froze at sight of German soldiers Israel eases restrictions on defense exports but refuses to disclose its customers Daughter of slain Lod woman unable to attend funeral due to ongoing threat to life Switching conflicts: The Jews leaving Ukraine and Russia for the West Bank Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, on podium right, welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid, on podium left, with military honors for a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, September 12, 2022. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Yair Lapid visits Germany with Holocaust survivors after PA President Abbas' recent antisemitic remarks. Netanyahu touts a poll showing his path to victory. QEII and the Jews; Gorbachev and his legacy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Prime Minister Yair Lapid is in Germany Monday for talks with President Steinmeier, Chancellor Scholz, Foreign Minister Baerbock and other senior officials. They will discuss, among other things, the issue of the Iranian nuclear program. The prime minister is accompanied by five Holocaust survivors. Jeremy Issacharoff served as Israel's ambassador to Germany between 2017-2022. KAN's Mark Weiss spoke to him about Prime Minister Lapid's trip, asking him first about the state of bilateral relations. (Photo:GPO)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's Watchman Newscast, host Erick Stakelbeck breaks down the major show of force between Israel and the United States against Iran. Three Israeli F-16i fighter jets escorted two nuclear capable American B-52 bombers from the Royal Air Force base at Fairford, England, and flew over the eastern Mediterranean, the Arabian Peninsula and the Red Sea in training missions together. Although the U.S. military's Central Command did not mention Iran, Prime Minister Yair Lapid did not mince words as he declared Israel is prepared to stop any threat from Iran. How will this latest flyover impact negotiations to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On August 5th, Israel launched a three day operation in the besieged Gaza Strip. They dubbed it “Operation Breaking Dawn”. Israel's acting Prime Minister, Yair Lapid, promote the operation as a preemptive strike to quash what he said were concrete threats by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement in Gaza. Over the course of three days 49 Palestinians were killed, including 17 children. According to our documentation, while many PIJ members and affiliates were indeed targeted, the majority of those that were killed were civilian noncombatants. The operation was the second major Israeli offensive on Gaza since last year. It also happened to fall just a few months before Israel's upcoming elections at a time when Israel's current prime minister and his party are struggling in the polls. In the wake of the attack many Palestinians accused Israeli officials of using Gazans as sacrificial pawns in their political games, while Lapid, and others in his government, hailed it as a success. Amjad Iraqi joins Yumna Patel to discuss Israel's political motivations behind the Gaza attack. Amjad is an editor and writer at 972 Magazine, based in Haifa. He's also a policy analyst at the think tank Al-Shabaka and was previously an advocacy coordinator at the legal center Adalah. - - - - - Support our work Help us continue our critical independent coverage of events in Palestine, Israel, and related U.S. politics. Donate today at https://mondoweiss.net/donate Articles and Links mentioned in the show Follow Amjad Iraqi on Twitter Follow our coverage of Operation Breaking Dawn and its impacts on the region. Subscribe to the Palestine Letter email newsletter. Share this podcast Share The Mondoweiss Podcast with your followers on Twitter. Click here to post a tweet! If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Podchaser and leave us a review and follow the show! Follow The Mondoweiss Podcast wherever you listen Amazon Apple Podcasts Audible Deezer Gaana Google Podcasts Overcast Player.fm RadioPublic Spotify Stitcher TuneIn YouTube Our RSS feed We want your feedback! Email email@example.com Leave us an audio message at SparkPipe More from Mondoweiss Subscribe to our free email newsletters: Daily Headlines Weekly Briefing The Shift tracks U.S. politics Palestine Letter Follow us on social media Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Political correspondent Tal Schneider and health reporter Nathan Jeffay join host Amanda Borschel-Dan. Yesterday, Prime Minister Yair Lapid held a briefing at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem on his approach to the Iran nuclear deal. What did Schneider hear there? In The Times of Israel's Hebrew sister-site Zman Yisrael, Schneider wrote an in-depth article looking at the political issues surrounding a potential maritime border agreement with Lebanon. We hear some salient points. It's almost two years to the Abraham Accords and Schneider has charted the trade upswing with the United Arab Emirates. The Times of Israel reported overnight about a first Israeli woman has been infected with monkeypox. Will we see a change in the vaccination policy? Jeffay covered a troubling new survey that found that almost one in three Jewish Israelis say they would deny themselves mental health support for fear of stigma. Is this true of all ages and backgrounds? An Israeli scientist says that artificial sweeteners should no longer be assumed safe, after his lab published peer-reviewed research suggesting they may actually increase sugar levels in the body. Finally, Israeli scientists say they have developed a warning system for cognitive decline, which works by tracking brain function as elderly people listen to music. What is this all about? Discussed articles include: Iran deal draft reportedly includes 4 phases, would take full effect after 165 days Mossad chief to visit Washington as Israel steps up efforts to reshape Iran deal In first, woman in Israel diagnosed with monkeypox 1 in 3 Israeli Jews would forgo psychological support due to stigma, poll finds Artificial sweeteners can harm sugar levels, shouldn't be assumed safe – Israeli lab Israeli scientists say brain analysis tool can spot cognitive decline — using music Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. Illustrative image: Prime Minister Yair Lapid speaks during a faction meeting in Tel Aviv on August 25, 2022. (Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lapid, Biden in talks for meeting next month as Washington nearer to signing new nuclear agreement with Iran. Israeli security forces thwart weapons smuggling attempt. Treasury, teacher's union blame each other for impasse in wage negotiations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Tech Israel editor Ricky Ben-David and Knesset correspondent Carrie Keller-Lynn join host Jessica Steinberg for today's podcast. Ben-David talks about Israeli company StemRad, a developer of radiation protection suits that will be used in NASA's Artemis I mission later this month. She also discusses WeWork founder Adam Neumann who had a major fall from grace but now has a new residential real estate startup that nabbed $350 million from a major Silicon Valley venture capital firm. Keller-Lynn reviews the somewhat similar reactions of current prime minister Yair Lapid and former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday to the current Iran nuclear deal. Keller-Lynn then previews her piece on Likud party member Dan Illouz, a French Canadian who has a good chance of making it into the Knesset. Discussed articles include: Israel's StemRad gears up for major demo of anti-radiation suit on NASA's Artemis I Live interview with WeWork's Israeli founder Adam Neumann nabs Emmy nod Bashing ‘bad' nuke deal, Lapid says emerging pact violates Biden's own red lines Reviving 2015 protest, Netanyahu says ‘terrible' Iran deal even worse than original Meet Dan Illouz, Likud's Canadian candidate who wants to beef up the Knesset's power Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Adam Neumann, co-founder and CEO of WeWork, attends the opening bell ceremony at Nasdaq, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in New York. WeWork is a privately held shared workspace company based in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Political correspondent Carrie Keller-Lynn and health reporter Nathan Jeffay join host Amanda Borschel-Dan. Prime Minister Yair Lapid took to the podium last night to deliver a state of the union following the 66-hour Operation Breaking Dawn and addressed the Palestinian people directly. What was his message? We speak with Keller-Lynn about an analysis she wrote about Lapid's potential political dividends and we hear about the Labor primaries. Keller-Lynn made a trip to Ashkelon on Sunday, while rockets were still raining down. What did she see? During Operation Breaking Dawn, Jeffay highlighted the new rocket-proofed hospital at The ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran Rehabilitation Village — located just 40 kilometers — 25 miles — from the Gaza border, next to the city of Ofakim. We learn about Israeli scientists who are working to develop a “precision weapon” against bowel disorders consisting of viruses that fight bacteria. And finally, an Israeli lab has grown synthetic mouse embryos with brains and beating hearts — in an egg-free sperm-free procedure that used stem cells taken from skin. Discussed articles include: Lapid offers a new path to residents of Gaza: Livelihood, dignity and peace Lapid is the Gaza operation's political winner, but can this be converted to votes? Labor expected to announce candidate slate on Tuesday evening, following primary As rockets rain down, many vulnerable Ashkelon residents still lack adequate shelter Rocket-proof and ready for anything, new hospital near Gaza unfazed by flareup Israeli scientists developing ‘precision' viruses that kill bowel-harming bacteria Using only skin cells, Israeli lab makes synthetic mouse embryos with beating hearts Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Isareli Prime Minister and Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid speaks to party members during a Yesh Atid party conference in Tel Aviv, August 3, 2022.(Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Editor David Horovitz and military correspondent Emanuel Fabian join host Amanda Borschel-Dan today, Tisha B'Av. We have entered the third day of Operation Breaking Dawn. It is an extremely changing story and listeners are advised to please update themselves at The Times of Israel website, where our live blog is actively reporting on events as they happen. Horovitz begins the episode by reminding listeners of the steps that brought the IDF to launch the current operation and gives an overview of what has happened since. Fabian explains the operation's stated goals and speaks to any potential threats to Ben Gurion Airport so far. Horovitz discusses the closing of the political ranks in support of the operation and the Sunday-morning visit to the Temple Mount by far-right MK Itamar Ben Gvir. Discussed articles include: Liveblog August 7 As Islamic Jihad sparks Gaza-Israel conflict, all eyes are on Hamas Israel strikes and kills another top Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza Israel says Gaza terrorists' failed rocket launch kills several Palestinian children 580 rockets fired from Gaza since Friday; Iron Dome at 97% success rate Explainer: What is driving the current Israel-Gaza violence Netanyahu attends 1st security briefing with Lapid, gives ‘full backing' to Gaza op Over 1,000 Jews visit Temple Mount for Tisha B'Av, as tensions boil Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Israel Defense Force Artillery Corps near the Israeli border with Gaza on August 6, 2022. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.