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Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong
"To the capital tomorrow. I want to read a left-wing tabloids description of why the capital is on alert. This isn't the new york. Daily news headline capital on alert. Fence goes up. Cops are ready for right. Wing rally tomorrow now. I want you to hear this. You gotta hear the way. This is described by the new york daily news again. A left-wing tabloid even in post presidency exile. Donald trump is still raising unsightly walls. That's the first line of the article. Even in post presidency trump is still raising unsightly walls tall black chainlink security. Fence was erected outside the us capitol complex yesterday as workers are getting ready for a storm of trump fans who planned to descend on washington nine months. After the january six assault on american democracy fencing went up outside the capitol out after that deadly riot. Well yeah deadly ashley. Lab at the trump supporter was killed. But it was removed over the summer. Now it's back again as the right wingers prepared a role in the nation's capital saturday. They're going to have justice for j six rally now even the article as comical as it is says. Hundreds of trump's supporters are expected at the rally to protest criminal charges filed against about six hundred people suspected of breaking laws in january. So it sounds like it's hundreds like the hundreds who rioted january six and people and the left is obviously a nancy pelosi's terrified security officials are anxious to avoid any repeat of january sixth when hordes of protesters some armed or really. How many was there one gun found on one person overwhelmed cops in the effort to block congress from certifying biden's victory.
Gavin Newsom Survives California Recall Election Attempt
"We welcome times politics reporter sima meta from long beach in southern california and john meyers our sacramento bureau chief. They're here to talk. What else recall winners. Losers future and whether given new symbol every at a fancy restaurant again. So john sima haru status feeling tired. Line day john. Let's start with you. Give us the math. The who voted the how the where all of that. yeah. I mean at the end of the day. Kosovo right math matters. I tell my kids that all the time in the math batteries here and because there are so many democrats in the state. They're you know basically to democrats for every republican The math was going to be hard for the republicans who were back in this recall and it was impossible as it turns out As we saw the election returns come in into the evening tuesday. The the numbers largely were kind of two to one against the recall. It's going to fluctuate some in the final numbers. We won't get for a few days as they finished opening the ballots that arrive in the mail. But i mean a two to one is is a pretty handy victory and it's a pretty solid repudiation of this recall effort
Representative Adam Schiff Speaks About 9/11
"The morning of september eleventh. Where we're gale and where were you. I heard that a plane had struck the world trade center. At that point. I was renting an apartment a few blocks away from the capital and i was preparing to walk to the capital When the first plane struck. And i couldn't figure out what i was seeing didn't understand what i was seeing. You know could've plane bring down a whole building and so i was still processing. What was going on. When i left my apartment. Go to the capital to find out what was happening. What our response was going to be. When one of the aircraft hit the pentagon and i heard a boom which i later learned was a secondary explosion in the fuel exploded and there were people streaming through the streets away from the capitol. I was trying to get to the capital to find out where it was congress going to convene. I wanted to make sure that my staff were okay and out of the building. We didn't know that there was still another aircraft that was on its way to the capital and it was just chaos and i remember stopping a policeman and asking. Where's the congress to convene and being told that we were going to meet at the police department which turned out not to be true and then trying to get through to my wife on my phone to let her know. I was okay and we. We finally did connect as i was standing in the street. And let her know where i was and what was going on and that was okay and just remember the the anxiety and her voice. The next i think a couple of hours were spent trying to figure out. Where are we going to convene. And then one of the more memorable parts of that day was when after we did convene a going out to the capitol steps and singing. God bless america together
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Where you too can make a contribution and feel good knowing that you're supporting independent journalism. You can also support us by leaving us. A review on apple podcasts number. Two you can share the show with a friend and number three. You can follow us on social media at israel daily news as well as shanna fold. My name has two ends in it. And i'm very sensitive about that. I do wanna give a warm thank you to all of the people that reached out to me. I did ask a question a couple of days ago. How people would feel if the show. We came out two times a week. I received a lot of feedback from people saying that the israel daily news is truly their daily news for israel. They really come to this source for their news and they have been giving me so much support. I wanna thank everyone who's reached out to me and supported me. I appreciate it sometimes. That's all a person needs when they're in the midst of such a project as this one. So thank you to everyone. Six members of knesset are asking to remove their support for a letter that went out to unilever the company behind ben and jerry's in israel. The letter was sold to these parliament members as being a call to save the jobs of the one hundred sixty employees of ben and in the south..
New York City Shuts Down 300 Construction Sites Over Safety Violations
"Of construction sites have reportedly been shut down in New York City because of safety violations. The Daily News says the shutdowns were prompted by the deaths of seven construction workers this year.
Tumult Disrupts Israeli Parliament as Netanyahu Era Ends
"Netanyahu served as israel's prime minister for the past twelve years the vote to replace him yesterday in the knesset was partisan as what we see in congress here in the. Us sixty is fifty nine. Nays with one person abstaining. Laura king is an la times global affairs correspondent. She's currently in israel. And was there for the knesset. Vote that saw netanyahu prime minister. Welcome to the times laura. Thank you described that final. Vote itself the scene. That happened during then afterwards. Well as long as the lead up to the vote. I think since the very last moment that something could go haywire for the new coalition and so the vote was about as close as it could be it was sixty to fifty nine with one abstention and so i think there was just an enormous insipid relief on the part of the new coalition. That was trying to ask prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu that they had actually pulled this off and i heard there was heckling there towards holly bennett. That new prime minister. Yes when he rose to speak there was a really concerted amount of heckling from the the allies of the outgoing prime minister barely letting him finish his sentences at times his kids who are in the gallery and they were making little heart symbols with their hands. I think trying to encourage their dad.
Los Angeles USD, UTLA sued by parents unhappy with school reopening efforts
"Group of parents. Frustrated about reopening classrooms in l. a. county they are suing be los angeles unified school district and the local teacher's union so the daily news reports that the lawsuit alleges that elliot's de breached its responsibility to act in the best interest of students by allowing the teachers union to dictate when the schools should timothy snowball. He's the attorney for the plaintiffs. He said an interview That ucla which is the the teachers union students as a bargaining chip by refusing to have its members returned to campus sooner in order to try and advance the union's own agenda for example the complaint alleges that during negotiations with the district about reopening the schools. The union wanted other issues address. Such as defunding. The police although students are scheduled to return soon as we talked about snowball said parents are worried. Utsa will renege on the deal and and they won't offer the kind of in person instruction full-time that they want instead. Still the hybrid learning. But this is like punitive for back pay situation.
MPs claim it could be discriminatory to have Covid vaccine passports
"The concerns about vaccine passports tend to fall into two camps equity politics vaccine distribution in the. Us is already unequal. Even though racial data on covid vaccine is incomplete. Cdc numbers show that nearly two-thirds of people who received at least one dose or white. That could mean a disproportionate number of people of color being excluded from places that require a vaccine passport beyond race. There are other questions about. How axiom passports might discriminate unequal access to technology for example and there are other concerns for instance if you privilege people who are vaccinated. Are you discriminating against people who might have religious objections to get the vaccine are you. Are you discriminating against people who might have some medical condition. That makes them very nervous about getting the vaccine. So this this has emerged as a real threat and problem not just among republicans. This is a widespread bioethical concern. I did talk to zeke. Emmanuel the former advisor to the biden cova response. He worked in the obama white house a bioethicist and he said he thinks these passports coming. No matter what and that the do have value but all the bioethicists all the officials. I talked to say it's important to tread lightly here. And that's another argument not to mandate anything. Because you're further potentially widening those equity gaps that you alluded to
Miami Beach braces for new spring break visitors
"Is the start of another spring break weekend in south florida and miami beach which has grabbed headlines for out of control crowds for weeks is bracing for another influx of tourists and possibly trouble. What i've been observing. The last few weeks is a lot of people crowding on ocean drive. Which is the main strip full of art deco hotels parallel to the beach. Veronica's is reporter with w. l. r. n. The public radio station for miami and south florida. It's been really crowded by for much of this time. It's been peaceful just a lot of people that perhaps would raise your eye brows because of the potential for the coronavirus to spread in fact. Bronco lives within walking distance of ocean drive. She says locals. Miami are mostly used to the partying. Everybody who lives in. Miami beach has to have a tolerance for tourism. Because that is the lifeline of the city and it's a city that welcomes but this year. Ronca says something changed. I have spoken to locals. Who felt that This is just it was too much. There have been businesses that shutdown that they didn't feel that they're patriots or the staff would be safe. Even businesses used to serving rowdy partners or saying what was going on in south beach was just too much for them one of them. The cleveland is a a party. Venue that's extremely popular on ocean drive in. They close down on friday and that that just kind of made people feel like maybe this is getting out of hand that really rattled. Locals are people from south florida
'Dedicated' ravens stealing groceries from Alaska Costco
"Costco shoppers and Anchorage, Alaska say they're being blindsided by Ravens who hang out in the parking lot waiting to picket people's packages. The birds are making off with food in the store parking lot, according to shoppers. One man told the Anchorage Daily News that two Ravens struck fast while he was packing his groceries in the car. He told the newspaper he was just 10 steps away when the birds came down and pluck the short rib from the card. When he got home, he noticed one of the birds actually pulled through the packaging of another rib. Lucky for him. He got Costco to take it back and got another one. The Ravens stealing as much a topic of conversation from other people on community Facebook pages, But the manager of the Costco didn't
New York officer on restricted assignment faces gun charges from shooting in Long Beach
"Arrested for allegedly firing a gun into the Atlantic Ocean. A Long Island W Awards. Lisa Salvati has that story for Officer David A. Fanta door is suspended without pay. The daily News reports. Long Beach police got a call about gunshots on the boardwalk in around seven Sunday morning. Cops found a Fanta door who lives in Long Beach carrying a holstered handgun. A Fanta door is also facing felony strangulation charges and is out on bail for allegedly using an illegal chokehold on a suspect last June and in 2016. He was suspended for two months after being found guilty by the department of using excessive force on a teen suspect but was acquitted of criminal charges. Lisa Salvati w
White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology
"New York's Long Island, says the white headmaster at her son's school punished the young man by forcing him to kneel. The student's mother, Tricia Paul, tells the New York Daily News that headmaster John Holly and of Saint Martin too porous Marinus. Told her son. The punishment was the African way boxes Rob Dawson, the school says This does not reflect its values, and it suspended the headmaster pending an investigation. Eric is listening to Fox
Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology
"I'm Julie Walker the White headmaster of a New York Catholic school forced an eleven year old black student to kneel while apologizing to a teacher and later explained that the punishment was the African way according to the boy's mother headmaster John Holliman of Saint Martin de pores married to school on Long Island was placed on temporary leave according to the Daily News the student's mother Tricia Paul who's Haitian American told the paper he forced her son trace on to get on his knees and apologized after a teacher reprimanded him over an assignment Paul said she asked holy and if that was standard practice and he said it was not but added he did learn the approach from a Nigerian father who said it was an African way of apologizing Paul says her eleven year old son is hurt and confused and they believe he was treated more harshly because of his race Julie Walker New York
Interview With Bell Media Reporter And Author, Paul Hollingsworth
"I have the great pleasure of speaking with all hollingsworth. Paul is a reporter for bell media. He's an author. And today i wanna find out from paul what he thinks about personal branding whether that's for. Athletes were people in work on such sites as linked in. Join me in my conversation. Today with paul hollingsworth umbrella v. And this is why we work today. I have the great pleasure. Speaking with paul hollingsworth. Good day. Fine sir good day to you and thank you for having me on. This is it's always. It's always flattered to be asked people to do this kind of thing so throw throw that the wall. I'm even more thrilled. That you said yes and i appreciate your time. Will you tell us. Paul for some people may not know but even people who do know you more specifically what industry are you in. What are you up to nowadays. Our broadcaster i worked for a cd. Atlantic halifax i'm a reporter slash anchor focusing a local news Basically might my story is this. I worked at atlantic Formerly atv for eighteen years as a reporter actor. I went off and worked for. Tsn for seven years seven and a half years had a great gig with them literally traveled the world travel north america on a weekly basis and then after doing that for about seven years went back to see atlantic almost three years ago and In a life filled with some mediocre decisions going back to see db atlantic was great decision. Because it's my home. It's my professional home. I to report and anchor in my community in front of people. I grew up alongside covering issues that matter to me and i just. I just feel the comfort zone. I feel very blessed and comfortable in this role in this stage of my life. Good will you bring us back. Paul was your very first job in after asking you to come on. I had a message. Was it yesterday now from your mom sharing trying to get in. She was checking you out and seeing seeing what you're up doing was messaging me. What was your first job growing up as a as a preteen a teen unrelated to what you're doing now selling lemonade selling baseball cards. What was the first thing you did to make her. Attempt to make a buck out. I had a paper for rocks herald. That was back in grade six. Which one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. I was fifty one years old. So the summer of the year of eighty slash eighty one. That school year mcglade. Six year. I had a paper route and so thin fax from august until the next september. It was a morning paper and it was too hard There's no other way saying it was because if there is really get a blizzard five in the morning you have to deliver the papers. And i'd walk around with his bag papers so in the summertime when the sun was shining the birds chirping even as ten year old. There's a neat way to start my day. It was very peaceful tranquil. But i remember like literally getting up on school mornings at five in the morning and walking in snow up to my hips and delivering paper. Vapors very unsafe by today's standards. I would never let my ten year. Old son go into a blizzard But i thought. I found it too hard. I just i mean. There's i'd love to tell you that there was a great reason why i didn't do it anymore. But it was just too damn heart. So i stopped doing it. That was my very first job. Will you and i are speaking before we started recording and mentioning sackville drive. I lived on sackville drive. And i did. I delivered the daily news in grade. Six until i got fired because it was too. I was throwing the papers away thinking. Nobody is reading these things. Why my expert small world. My dad was the managing editor of the daily. So i i remember you buy. You can't my house and sat at the kitchen. Table is like okay brian. Maybe this is not for you. Okay sir funny too funny my goodness so you receive in paper routes calm and i think it's good for people to hear people who have children. I mean as you rightly said some jobs are probably not as safe as what we thought they were back then so we may consider something else but having our kids If there's a kid who listens to this is there's nothing wrong with good getting out there and working whether it's a lemonade. Stand or delivering something. Nowadays there might be a new way to deliver or do something with social media or something just as a kid but what. What did you start to do as you got older. Maybe in middle school and high school in terms of work i Good question. I in grade. Eleven job at ben's bakery on pepper street in halifax those another hard job. I was on. So i go to school monday to friday. And then on saturday and sunday. I'd have to get up at seven in the morning. Said no sleeping in during the school year to be at work at eight thirty to work eight thirty to four thirty benz bakery and cleaning the ovens and all the baking equipment. That get just filthy during the week and i did that for most of the great By the grace of god by the grace of god a broken ankle a gym class. Linda playing basketball and so i had to take time off work and again this happened. Today it'd be probably a workplace violation but back then. It was just more sophisticated time when they said they said to be. Okay at louis. You broke your ankle even offer two months. We hired somebody your place. Don't come back. They never stayed. You're fired the job. distortive evaporate. This is thirty five years ago. I hold no no grievance grudge against benz. It was just. It was just the way it was and i was so relieved because they didn't know how to quit the job. It was so hard my parents probably like the fact is working. But i was. I remember in february. I be like oh my god. I've i've been working and going to school for ninety one straight days because you go to school. Monday to friday cited sunday monday to friday i was exhausted and this went on and on and on so that was a tough
Jeffrey Lurie allegedly wants Philadelphia Eagles to build around Jalen Hurts, not a QB competition
"The eagles world today there is a lot of talk as there always seems to be but maybe a bit more confidence and legitimacy to talk is the status about jalen hurts as the eagles starting quarterback in twenty twenty one. Obviously the eagles talking about this on last week's podcast is merrill reese was talking about. Oh yeah we love jalen hurts or you know. He seems like he has the confidence. I have a ton of comments confidence in his leadership ability. This dad his arm strength. Is this lack of arm. Strength is overblown merrill citing miles per hour stats from the combine form. A little weird as i said. But today we got a couple of bits of news chris mortenson of yes. Pin one hour air said jalen hurts. Guy laurie wants to as laurie. Meaning eagles owner jeffrey. Laurie laurie wanna do everything he can to help him be successful. They don't want to bring him in. They don't want to bring in competition for him. And then more follows up on a less bone tweet less says from the philadelphia daily news. Great respect to more report but if the eagles really are sure about jalen hurts going for inclusion they could have come up with two very very recently and. I don't think he's produced a new tape to evaluate. Warren says. i would not report. The eagles have internal unani unanimity unheard says. Qb one but sources say the boss. Jeffrey laurie as instructed. His group deprioritize making her successful in two thousand twenty one as opposed to creating a true competition.
Two men arrested in New York for murdering woman and wrapping her body in bags at South Street Seaport building
"Two men under arrest in connection with the death of a 19 year old found wrapped inside plastic at the South Street Seaport. Here's Lisa. So body 25 year old Austin Bohm and 20 year old Christian Makato are charged with murder, the daily news reports. The charges come a day after police say the two men called 911 to report they found a woman dead inside an abandoned building on South Street. When cops arrived, they found the men alone with the dead body. The building, which used to house the old Fulton Fish market has become a haven for the homeless. Police believe the victim, Rosalie Sanchez, was saying there and that both men are also homeless, according to the Daily News. One was her boyfriend. No word yet on how Sanchez died.
United Grounds Boeing 777 Planes after Engine Explosion
"Like J. L and Anna have grounded their Boeing triple Sevens with threaten Whitney engines, and Boeing says it supports the move to suspend operations of Triple Sevens with those engine 69 of them are in service and 59 storage, the FAA issuing an emergency airworthiness directive. Mandating immediate and stepped up inspections of the engines on those older Boeing Triple Sevens in the Colorado case of focuses on broken fan blades, Alex Stone ABC News. We're also hearing the stories on the ground after the plane's engine blew. Broomfield Police have released 911 tapes from people calling in to report what they saw The aliens that are out There is a loud boom herd in the area of 17th Avenue on Cedar Street, Cedar Street in something seven L. Large debris falling from the sky right now, as you can imagine, dispatchers just flooded with phone calls after the plane's engine failed on Saturday. Broomfield police also have some advice. If you find debris from that plane today, Daily News Radio's Chuck Clark has that advice. April folks taking a stroll through Broomfield Comments. Park who saw items sticking up out of the snow probably had no idea is from a plane but the county actually at the temporarily shut down the park. Also write about a Broomfield use soccer team running off the field because of the falling debris. Yes, it's amazing. Don't one has been injured. A couple houses did get hit. The Broomfield police are asking the community toe on Lee. Contact them if they find a large piece of the plane and officer will come out and collect it. They also said Don't try to move it or touch it. Chuck Clark a way news radio Thank you, Chuck.
New York Gov. Cuomo Lashes Out at Critics As Outcry Over Nursing Homes Grows
"It's criticism of new york state coronavirus response. That's irritated governor cuomo to the point of lashing out specifically criticism of how the governor's office has been counting the deaths of cove patients in nursing homes. So i asked jimmy veal kind to take me back in. Explain how this data error could lead the governor to reveal a less savory side of his personality a side of himself. he's managed to keep under wraps at least for the last few months it turns out this data error. It's tangled up in some policy decisions. The cuomo administration made about nursing homes way back at the beginning of the pandemic. You have to start in the first week of march where there were lots of unknowns. Far more was was not known them was known and governor cuomo had had just sort of his did over a slow glide shutdown of the state finally came to pass on on march twenty. It took him a while to make the decision. There is a week of sort of incremental closures. Different people debated whether or not he should have acted faster. But that's sort of was was decision point number one decision point number two was concerned about hospital capacity in certain that the fires it already spread pretty widely. More people are getting affected in governor. Cuomo talks time and time again about images that he saw from italy where hospitals were overrun where patients were outside on gurneys or stuffed into hallways and people were essentially being turned away and he said so often that that was his biggest fear so in that environment hospital. Executive talked to the governor's team in said we've traveled. We have patients who no longer need to be. Hospital is but they're sitting in our beds because we have no place the discharge them the normally would get discharged homes either. I kind of probably or for a long-term residents but the nursing homes were saying we're really scared. We don't want these covy positive patients and so you have this tension between nursing homes and hospitals and what new york state did was it. It basically listened to the concerns of hospitals so march twenty fifth the state health department issued a directive which said that a nursing home could not refuse to admit a patient which it would otherwise be able to care for solely on the basis of being positive for covid nineteen a nursing. Home operator said this was effectively in order to take these patients in some of immediately objected. They immediately said we're concerned. This is going to exacerbate the spread of covid nineteen facilities but the order stood. Was there evidence that it did exacerbate the spread in their facilities. Well this is where it gets tricky. We know that thousands of patients were transferred from hospital into nursing homes around the state retreat march twenty fifth and may ten when this health department directive was re modified rescinded revert. You can you can take your so. The question is did. The corona virus come to nursing homes the result of this in july. The state health department put out a report which looked at the data and it looked at the dates of death. The dates of first positive cases in nursing homes around the state. It's inclusion was that in most nursing homes. The first introduction of corona virus happens before any of these patients were transferred before the directive was issued on march twenty fifth. It was staffers bringing it in. They lead that. It was safran because the correlation because the infection rates in nursing homes correlated with the surrounding community right. Obviously a nursing. Home doesn't exist. In a bubble people work there. You know somewhere else to live. And the health department said this was actually the factor even though nursing home operators said from the beginning. Hey this order. It's not helping. It's only hurting and to this day. There are operators to say that they believe it contributed to the spread. If not in some instances was the primary ause of the spread. It's unclear even now whether this policy forcing nursing homes to take in covid positive patients affected newark's total death toll that's because of a pretty grim calculus. It's possible that additional deaths in nursing homes were actually offset because freeing hospital beds allowed more coronavirus patients to be treated what we do know now. At least is that cova deaths in nursing homes. Were not being tallied correctly. That's because of a patient became so sick. They were transferred back to a hospital. That death was counted as a hospital. Death making it nearly impossible to understand. Just how much. The virus was ravaging long term care facilities.
Giving sources the power to tell their own stories
"Breeding is the deputy director of the global reporting center. The center has recently produced documentary series for pbs. Newshour called turning points which uses the empowerment journalism model. Britney's here to talk to us about that series and explain exactly what is empowerment journalism. Welcome to the podcast brittany. Thanks so britney you said before we turn to the that you had. You've heard our podcast and so you kinda know how we start out things. Could you tell us a little bit about how you got involved in journalism and how you ended up at the global reporting center so i think you're probably the first person asked me how i've gotten into journalism since my first day of journalism school but sometimes when i think back on it i'm not even sure how i ended up here but what i think happened was i graduated from undergrad with an english degree in fine arts degree and i was sure that i was going to be a teacher though. I moved to south korea just to sort of try it out and see what it was like to work as a teacher. I was teaching english as a second language. But in a funny way. I sort of missed being a student. I love reading and writing and losing myself in research and so i started to think really hard about what kind of career would lead me to new discoveries into an opportunity to spend more of my life learning and i think that that's really what led need to journalism and so i moved back to canada and enrolled in a master's degree at the university of british columbia. And they have this incredible program that was formerly known as the international reporting program is now known as the global reporting program and that really drew my attention and it gives you a chance to spend a full year working on enterprise investigative work of international journalism. And my year. We were lucky enough to travel to china to report on the emerging environmental movement. And it was just this amazing opportunity to really dig in and learn and after i graduated from my masters a new that daily news was not going to be my thing. I wanted to be somewhere where that freedom to explore a story to stay with it. And i know that those jobs are also a few and far in between but at the time one of our professors at u c was just starting to build a global reporting center and an adviser at the school had recommended me when our director. Peter klein was looking for someone to help out part time so i started working with him in twenty fourteen. Just right after graduating. And i was working part. Time will working some other jobs and just trying to fill out that full time schedule. Then when we launched in two thousand sixteen we had a lot of momentum. And so yeah. I've been with the goal reporting center basically ever since i graduated from a masters. And it's been a really wonderful opportunity in place to work because peter in the team are always willing to listen to new ideas and new projects in there's this openness to experimentation and i even working now with the golden pudding program as their multimedia producer so in some ways. My story is a bit full circle. Because i have both that career that allows me to discover learn but also one where i'm getting to work with students and help them grow in home their skill. So yeah it's been really great. And i i feel like i'm really lucky to have found myself where i am. We have peter klein on the podcast. A couple of years ago. And i remember having a really great conversation with him and he reached out to us about a month ago and said. Hey you should talk to the people about the turning points program that's being produced with pbs newshour. You know this is something interesting something different and had a chance to check out some of the The videos that you guys have produced for that project and it's really really powerful so before we get into that just could you explain what is the mission of the global reporting center. What are the types of stories that it does. Yeah of course so. We thought a lot about this. And i think i mean are small mandate are sort of one liner is global journalism done differently and then when you expand that in what that means split into three distinct areas so the first being the focus on collaboration so we work with journalists from around the world we work with a variety of media partners with researchers and scholars which we're lucky based on our position at the university to sort of have this wealth of scholarship around us an even now at this turning point project working roy subjects we. We don't generally work with fixers. We use journalists partners. So collaboration is really at the heart of what we do. And i think that that sort of sets us apart a little bit because you know. Journalism has been shifting for a long time towards less competitiveness. More sort of working together in this idea that we tell better stories when we're not silent off in working together in that something that we really take to heart and then the other sort of areas that set us apart. Are that experimentation innovation sort of area where we try to do our journalism in different ways. Were open to new methods and new methods. Don't always work out. Sometimes they fail and for us. That's okay because we just want to be able to experiment and try new things and see what works in take those pieces that are successful in and bring them to a new stage in the last focuses on our education avenue so on global reporting program and bringing on students every year to work with us when we have big projects in production like turning points. We like to give students opportunities to work on projects in meaningful ways and allow them in on the production process so that they really get that experience when they're going out into the world they have these pieces that you know they can point to and say that they worked on okay so now is a fair to assume that the the turning points is a collaboration that you're doing with the pbs newshour partnership with pbs newshour. We originally didn't bring on a media partner at the beginning and there were a couple of reasons why we didn't do that. I because we weren't really sure. This method is going to work empowerment journal. The model was very new to us. And so we wanted to make sure that we had that freedom and adaptability to sort of shift change and potentially fail if it was going to fail and so we didn't bring on a partner from the very beginning. We've actually been working on this project since two thousand sixteen
"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Today is Monday October Twenty Sixth Twenty twenty which means I am back in my hood I am back where I was born and raised in New York City still doing the same thing I always do but from a Different location, a temporary location I am usually recording in Tel, Aviv and I am now recording in the US while I visit my family for a much needed trip. Now that you have that update, let's get to the news. Sometimes we eat is worth the wait after many years of boycotts and indignation between the two countries Israeli prime minister. Benjamin. Netanyahu has opened up peace talks with Sudan and denounce Sunday night that he will be sending five million dollars worth of wheat to the country. Domestically Sudan has struggled with corruption in their governments and an enormous increase in inflation the price of bread tripled in two thousand eighteen and triggered protests that aims to remove autocrat Omar. From power, he has since been removed and faces allegations against him in court with the announcement Sunday, Israel plans to help Sudan boost their struggling economy and foreign peace between the nation's soon, and Israeli delegation will meet in Sudan with a Sudanese counterpart in order to discuss cooperation in many fields including migration. That's what Benjamin Netanyahu said at the start of a cabinet meeting. On Sunday, the move to normalize relations has received mixed reviews from Sudanese citizens saying that it will. Help them acclimate to the Western world while some say it's just a way to save their sinking economy. Sunday night Sudan's government released a statement saying the country accepted normalization deal with Israel in return for economic benefits. This was something the country had been denying in the past days as part of this deal Sudan will come off of a blacklist that the US had created of countries that are state sponsors of terrorism. This status was keeping Sudan from getting international funds. School is back in session well, kind of Sunday night the corona virus cabinet voted to reopen schools for kids in first to fourth grade according to the plan first and second graders will be split into two groups that will alternate going to school for three days a week kids in third and fourth grades will be split into pods and go to school five days a week however fifth. Graders and above will continue to learn remotely. Schools were previously closed in mid December due to high infection rates of corona virus. But are now reopening after a cabinet plan was announced on Sunday evening the plan sites the reason drop in corona virus infection rates across Israel as the primary reason to reopen the government plans to gradually open up commerce and allow some small businesses to reopen as well. Eighty percent of asylum seekers in Israel are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic that's according to the latest figures from not for profits that work to advocate for these minority groups with businesses, closed shops, shuttered, and Israeli society staying in those who do the nation's work behind the scenes are struggling more than ever surveys show seventy percent can't pay their rent. Forty percents have been out of work since the first wave of the pandemic hit in March thirty percent say they need emotional support? which in my opinion is not something to be left to the side asylum-seekers many of which are from Eritrea or Sudan can't get medical help or a corona virus test and their kids can't go to class on zoom because they often don't have computers or Internet at home groups like hotline for Refugees and the African refugee development center in. Israel. Are Calling on the government to distribute food offer financial aid help with rent and extent health insurance to those in need until the crisis comes to end. Eight million tonnes that's the amount of trash thrown into the ocean across the world each year among that nearly three quarters of the trash founders and Israeli waters consist of parts of plastics, plastic bags, and containers. With that being said, volunteers around the country are pinning this coming Friday as a nationwide sand and sea cleanup day thousands of volunteers are expected to help clean up trash. On each of Israel's beaches from Tiberius in the north all the way down to a lot in the south, the Society for the protection of Nature in Israel, the Israel nature and Parks Authority, and the Environmental Protection Ministry are just a few of the local organizations working to clean up along with some global entities like the US embassy and the European Union, these players are trying. To influence decision makers to develop more marines, reserves, band single use plastics on beaches and raise the stakes for litterbugs by ramping up law enforcement and finding people who are throwing their garbage onto the floor. The cleanup will start at eight am and go into the afternoon go to beach cleanup Israel Dot Com for more information. If you don't read Hebrew, that's not an excuse use. Google translate to check out the page and find out how you can help out. All right. Well, that's it. For today's news. Today is Monday October twenty sixth. We have a low of twenty one degrees Celsius at a high of twenty nine degrees in Tel Aviv. That's sixty nine degrees. Fahrenheit. For the low going up to eighty four degrees a lot warmer than where I am. Join me tonight at eight PM Israel time and one PM Eastern Standard Time. I will be hosting the sunset series with Aria Halimi. He'll be talking about the diaspora contribution to Israeli statehood. It should be inspiring to those of us who are trying to contribute to that statehood every day. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget subscribe to the Israel Daily News podcast on spotify or apple podcasts or wherever you're hearing it from I am everywhere.
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"Today is Thursday October Twenty second twenty twenty which means we have a special report at the end of the show. Let's get to the news. Breaking News Sudan has agreed to formally normalize relations with Israel according to a report by Israel Haim released last night the formal and public announcement of this decision is expected to happen in the next few days following an anticipated phone call between US President Donald Trump, and chairman of the sovereignty council. Of Sudan, abdel-fatah Hon yesterday us. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the US has begun the process of removing Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism when asked Pompeii avoided connecting this decision. With the issue of reaching normalization with Israel but several other officials have stated that normalization was a condition for the US to agree to remove Sudan from the list. So Sudan had to agree to normalize relations with Israel in order to get off that blacklist Pompeo did say we also are continuing to work to get every nation to recognize Israel the rightful Jewish homeland and to acknowledge their basic fundamental right to exist as a country, and that's certainly includes Sudan removing Sudan from the list of state sponsors. Of terrorism makes them uncomfortable for financial aid and global resources? The country is currently in a terrible economic situation with more than two hundred percent inflation and tens of thousands of people displaced due to massive flooding throughout Africa. Many say the promise of economic relief in the future is something soothing for the people of Sudan who are up in arms about normalizing ties with Israel as well as doling out three, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars worth of compensation that will go to the families of American victims. who were killed during a slew of violent raids that Sudan supported in the nineteen ninety s if you have time, go check it out. If you don't know there were a lot of incidents and a lot of really violent things that happened and and that it came out of Sudan and Sudanese officials who were sort of behind the scenes. Now, these issues put Sudan on the list of state sponsors of terrorism on that list includes Iran North Korea and Syria. I'll keep you updated here on that story. Last night three Iranian military fighters were killed in an Israeli strike that hit a southern province in Syria of Abdul. Rahman head of the Britain based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the three men killed were part of a group linked to Hezbollah, which specifically aims to take back the Golan Heights in northern Israel the official news report from the Syrian Arab News, agency states that the attack hit a school located in the countryside of the area just after midnight no official casualties have been announced of Mon- says the Iran backed fighters working in Syria had been taking shelter inside of that school during the night. Now. This story is a sad one for me and every time I reported on it I get very disturbed and upset. Charges of reckless manslaughter have come down for the officer who shot and killed an autistic Palestinian man in the Old City of Jerusalem. A hearing is pending for the border officer. The family of thirty one year old Yod Halack says, the charge is not enough. Lock has become a symbol of police brutality in Israel as his killing in May was within weeks of the killing of an American man named George Floyd who was killed by cops in Minneapolis in the United States how lock had been walking to school with his caregiver. Officers believed that they saw a weapon in his hand. They also had been informed that there was a terrorist in the area after yelling at Halibut who was reportedly terrified Hollick ran away from the officers and then entered a garbage room officers shot him dead at that place. The caretaker says she had pleaded to police not to shoot before they killed him. The reckless manslaughter conviction would put the officer behind bars for twelve years and the case is expected to go all the way up to Israel's supreme court before it's over. Okay. Now, this report is going to get somebody somewhere in trouble. Israel's Walla News site has uncovered that apparently buck rain has played host to a slew of Israelis who posed as businessman, but we're actually facilitating peace talks. The group disguise themselves as a commercial consulting firm starting in two, thousand nine and helped business transactions as well as lay the groundwork for the eventual peace agreement that was announced in August. The place was called the Center for International Development on was put together by Buck Rain and Israel's foreign ministers the Israelis who were coming in and out of the country were using foreign passports. A series of jars and clay objects have been found on a hilltop in Beta L. and they date back to the Jewish community that lived there in the Second Temple period that is so awesome excavators say they'd been digging near a watering hole that was under excavation already when they found a cutout cellar where the jars had been perfectly organized and stacked. Now Bait L. is a mountain to the north of Jerusalem, the West Bank where Jews live today. And now, our special report US ambassador David Friedman's residents in Herzliya to has been sold and it's ruffling some feathers. Israel Daily News podcast reporter Candice Cohen took a trip to the beach city to have a look at the place herself and find out what the locals are thinking about the sale American billionaire. Sheldon Adelson is buying the compound for about one hundred million. Dollars making it the highest price ever paid for house in Israel. The sale was finalized about a month ago. The land includes about half an acre of what used to be in nature reserve that was given to the US embassy. When it was built, the sale is raising public concern about what will happen to this land now that the house will be privately owned. As of now, people can still walk past the western side of the House on their way to the beach and access the cliff overlooking the senior by this beautiful lookout is a favorite spot for so many locals who expressed disappointment over the possibility of the area being close to the public. And it will be terrible for us if we won't be allowed to be here because we connect you to our home to the ocean. And For Twenty four years..
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"You're already on top of your game survive and thrive people knowledge is the best weapon for defense. Today is Wednesday, September 30th, 2020. Let's get to the New Jersey is yesterday morning the knesset voted 9 to 6 in favor of limiting anti Netanyahu protest at his official residence in Jerusalem during this locked down the new rules took effect last night and will last for up to a week depending on whether or not an extension is passed by the cabinet the law bans travel of more than one kilometre song. To attend a protest which before the rule was to allow people to travel more than a kilometer only if they were going to a protest out of an exercise of democracy. The rule also bands groups of more than twenty people from Gathering. The law was finalized as a special coronavirus emergency ruling which makes it not illegal for the page to stop protests and prayers for one week with the possibility of a 2-week extension. The new rules will bring just about 2,000 protesters who are expected to gather in capsules of 20 instead of the ten to twenty thousand protesters who have been routinely demonstrating outside of netanyahu's residents in the past during a Facebook live stream Netanyahu said the protests were spreading the virus as well as spreading Anarchy things off. Violet between police and protesters at the knesset Jerusalem following this ruling but Israel daily news reporter Candice Cohen says protests in Tel Aviv during the last few days have been a peaceful people of all ages gathered played drums and singing together to express their disappointment in the Prime Minister and his attempt to silence them. They collectively chanted BB go home. We woke up until BB resigns and where is our money in Hebrew one woman said she believes the entire Sega or locked down is a manipulation tactic from BB.
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"That group has not been heard of since the nineteen eighties during the first Intifada when Palestinians protested and rioted violently against Jews who were settling and living on the other side of the nineteen, sixty seven border lines that were drawn up. So this is a complete opposition for Arab nations to normalize ties with Israel. Now. If you've been following me, you know that I was in a lots last week, I reported on the financial situation for hotels and dug into the tourism industry there. But I also tried to get a bit of an inside scoop regarding a story that deeply disturbed Israel. I called up the Red Sea hotel to try to. An interview, it's the scene of a crime currently being investigated in which a sixteen year old woman was allegedly raped by a number of men while she was intoxicated in a hotel room there those men have been charged but in the meantime the hotel said, they could not accept an interview for me and a man who declared himself as the manager on the phone said, we don't talk about that that's in the past and we don't talk about things from the past. Now. I. Want to move into a happier story I always try to leave the listeners of the Israel Daily News podcast off with something. Nice. Friday there was an unusual ceremony held on a Jerusalem hilltop and involved a small package of dates. Archaeologists have managed to ripen dates from seeds that are two thousand years old. It's been fifteen years in the making but these seeds which were found in the Judean desert are specific strain of fruit that is now accessible from where they are being grown in the. Desert in Israel South the ceremony involved A. New which is a Jewish prayer said on momentous occasion including the first time something happens or when you see something of immense beauty. The date is drier and sweeter than your average and it's being called the Judean Date Palm. All right. Well, that's it. For today's news. Today is Monday September fourteenth. Of thirty two degrees, Celsius, and a low of twenty six degrees in the central city. That's seventy eight degrees. Fahrenheit going up to eighty nine degrees thanks for getting caught up with. And don't forget subscribe to the Israel Daily News podcast on spotify or apple podcasts or wherever you're hearing it from I. AM everywhere I'll send you off into this week with a song from an Israeli musician I stopped on the Tel Aviv boardwalk, his name is. Kara Vanni and he sent over this piece of work he recorded.
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"And five am for cities dealing with concentrated breakouts. Non Essential businesses will be closed during these times and people will be restricted to moving more than five hundred meters from their homes. Schools are expected to be fully closed. The final list of cities with curfews will be released today but I can tell you that the cities that were headed. For. Lockdown included a number of Arab cities including Afam, Thira and Qasim as well as the Orthodox cities of allowed bonaire brock Beta leads and Emmanuel Prime Minister Netanyahu stopped the order for those cities to lockdown after the mayors of four Orthodox cities said Netanyahu was quote turning us into disease vectors and enemies of the people as for arab-israeli mayors they seem to have supported the lockdown with Mayor Samir Muhammad telling Israeli TV channel. Con that quote the numbers speak for themselves there is no escaping lockdown. It hurts me to say it but it's the truth Arab Israelis account for about twenty eight point eight percent of the active cases in Israel despite being only about one fifth of Israel's population. Not only has lockdown been averted, but there's even a new campaign running with an open letter including ninety medical professionals who've said lockdowns are unnecessary Nobel Prize winner Michael Levitt along with emergency word directors have signed on saying a lockdown only delays the virus and doesn't stop it the letters main takeaway is that Israel needs to act like Sweden did with minimal restrictions in. A focus on gaining herd immunity so that a majority of the people builds an immunity to it and the infection rate drops to insignificant levels Dr Amir shocker the head of the emergency wing at Netanyahu's Laniado hospital says his department is handling the outbreak well, and that the mortality rate is not out of the ordinary in comparison to other viral diseases and that the hysteria. is totally unnecessary moving onto some world politics US President Donald Trump got a call from Saudi, Arabian King Solomon WanNa know what it was about. Okay. I'll tell you the call was full of words of praise. He said trump's diplomatic efforts in the region. appreciated. This comes just days after a US delegation including senior White House adviser Jared Kushner went to that nation hoping. To get Saudi Arabia to follow the UAE and established peace and diplomacy with Israel as well. The kingdom says they want to reach a lasting and just solution to the Palestinian. Cause to bring peace, which is their main starting point Saudi Arabia held quiet when the peace plan between the UAE an Israel was announced the two countries both have a common enemy which is Iran. In the meantime. Top Hamas and Hezbollah officials met over the weekend in a historic discussion in Lebanon to discuss the new arab-israeli ties as it affects military developments in Palestine and Lebanon. I have just a quick few stories I WANNA get to briefly before we head over to a very small little special report that I've created for the end of the show in honor of our fiftieth. Anniversary. And Israeli man has been indicted for allegedly shooting and injuring two Palestinians in the West Bank or Judea and Samaria whatever language is comfortable for you. He says, he was defending himself as he was simply taking care of his crops at the DOROTA elite. Near the Palestinian town of Bedia when a group of Palestinian men rolled up in cars forming a lynch mob and investigation found a mosque near by asked its members to stop the farmers and prevent the theft of Palestinian farmland. Palestinians questioned had a very similar story saying they too were peacefully farming when they were approached by Israelis, who were looking for a fight men. The Israel Nature and Parks Authority is responding to the request of the people there making a special hole near the Dead Sea segregated by gender so that religious bathers can each have their time enjoying mother nature. If you don't know Orthodox Jews and Muslims cannot be with the opposite gender because it's considered immodest a big demand from the Orthodox community has given way to special times designated for bathing in a not sukey nature reserve. This reserve hosts a series of shallow pools and one larger one that's better for swimming women will be able to swim comfortably on the seven and fourteenth of the month with men on the tenth and seventeenth of the month. And finally Israeli airline is rare has officially put in their requests for time slots to begin commercial flights from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi in the UAE following the mid August announcements of peace and diplomacy between the nation's how exciting. Okay. So now in. The Big Five O. or fiftieth episode of the Israel Daily News podcast I have a story about a breathtaking glassblowing shop. I want to paint the picture for you. I was just there yesterday. Let me take you to the case. Saria. Harbor. It's an ancient city named after Julius Caesar and built by the Romans. If you go there the ruins and mosaics are still present and very much intact the sun is shining over the Mediterranean and you can feel the heat of the September day as you climb the stairs to get up the studio and on the way you run your hand overhead sized glass blown. Decorating the handrails, some are blue. Some are read their smooth in the palm of your hand. You go in and see the open space upstairs with colorful glass pitchers. Glass plates cups in every direction spread about around the center of the room where there's a bar cafe area. Every direction has a window and it's showing the waves crashing onto the shores your at the farthest point in the harbor surrounded by water on both sides. 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"Letter in May but saw no action. That's why he's following up with a strong letter. Currently women hold thirty three of the one hundred and twenty seats in parliament. Israel is gearing up to accept seven hundred, twenty two Jews from the bananas tribe in northeast India. This fascinating community has been reading the Torah and keeping its commandments for centuries up in the northeast section of India they are now hoping to finally come home and joined the rest of us in Israel. The move is a collaboration between the AALIYAH and Integration Minister Peanut Tomato Shutt-. As, well as the interior ministry and Chevy's row, which is an NGO that helps Jews in far away communities come and join the people. We actually interviewed the founder Michael Freund for a special reports some weeks back I. Hope you remember because it was so interesting his organization has so far helped. Four thousand tribe members make Aliyah over the course of the last twenty years. That is dedication. All. Right. Well, that's it. For today's news. Today is Wednesday August twenty, six, twenty, twenty. We've got a low of twenty four and a high of thirty one degrees, Celsius. In Tel Aviv that's seventy six degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty seven in this central city. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget subscribe to the Israel Daily News podcast on spotify or apple podcasts or wherever you're hearing it from I am everywhere don't forget to send. In your answer to this week's question, which is, what do you want to hear more of on the Israel Daily News podcast I'm GonNa send you off into this glorious glorious Wednesday with a song by who to glance born in fina. His music has a mix of Spanish and Hebrew lyrics he lives here in Israel. Now he.
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"Burning energy producing facilities in Israel, has been taken to the trash, the Environmental Protection Ministry. It all came about because people living near the proposed sites said, it would be too smelly and environmental organizers in the holy. Land said, this would be no good. The idea was to reduce the amount of garbage in landfills, but environmental groups said, the plan would create air pollution smell bad and get very expensive. The parks were meant to go into the ash industrial zone to into a recycling park outside of south. South tel-aviv and one outside of has shown north of Tel Aviv. The people who were part of this plan. Say the government has been very inconsistent regarding what to do with the garbage. Before the special report, I did get an answer to my question about what time my listeners are listening to the Israel Daily News podcast one in New York says, he listens every day before noon I'm very curious about you're listening habits, send me a note on social media or drop us a line using the contact page in the show notes, and let me know when you listen to the show, it will help me decide when to upload the episode. Also, the Israel Daily News podcast has been approached by audible, which is the audiobooks podcasts in all things. Audio sector of Amazon. The company asked me to sign up for the trial and see if I, would recommend it to my listeners which I do sign up for the trial using the link audible trial, a U. D., I b. l. e. e. trial. T., R., I A. L. DOT COM backslash Israel Daily News. The trial is free. Let me know what you choose to listen to, and then let's talk about it on the show. The link is also in the show notes, so you can find it there. Now time for this week's special report I get a lot of requests from people asking to hear more from the artists that I highlight here on the Israel. Daily News podcast people really want to know how they create. So I'm giving the floor today to eat don Tom Lehrer. He's an Israeli American musician living here until Aviv, he's a singer songwriter performing artists and a Hussan or a cantor, which is Jewish music specialist. It's someone who sings holy songs and during the holidays lifts the congregation up through musical prayer. Welcome e Dan. It's great to be here Shanna. Thanks so much for having me I'm happy to finally have you with us. I've been trying to get you for a while. So you had a very interesting journey, tell us about that. So I've been really fortunate to be able to perform over over the world with music and all kinds of different settings. One really interesting setting that I'm part of is being the cantor for the great synagogue of Copenhagen the Jewish community. There is a vibrant one, it's small, but it's passionate and it has so much history. And they have a vast vast library of melodies. which has been really really exciting to learn because these melodies are like four hundred years old. So, besides Copenhagen, I've also performed in America and Israel and just basically the main thing for me that I take away from these experiences is that music is such an awesome way to connect with people. No matter where we're from. Wow. That's so interesting and I can't wait to be able to travel freely again and visit. Tell us why do you make music? So I make music because it gives me a way to express thoughts and feelings that sometimes and not able to express in words. I know in my own creative process, I usually start from a melody and then add lyrics to that. Also. It's just because we're able to feel things through music, not necessarily from words. I mean classical music is almost completely based on. Melodies and harmonies and things like that, and we can all sort of understand what it's talking about. Without having words to refer to music is really really amazing way to connect with people because of that. Since, it's this non binding international language that we can all sort of relate to and understand in our own way. It really creates this amazing platform for us to connect to each other without necessarily knowing anything about each other. Do you believe that art is important. I think art is extremely important in that. The more art. Artists are able to put into the world. The better I think art is the only currency that can't go through inflation because if there's more art in the world that means more people are able to express what they think and feel in a tangible way and I think for us as humans is extremely important to hear each other An art is such an amazing platform to allow us to do that. I think we're really really lucky to be in a world that has so many technological advantages for sharing art. And I think it's really important that we continue growing those platforms and create new and innovative platforms to allow more art to be shared. What would you say? Your John Laura of music is. I think this is a really important and difficult question that a Lotta musicians including me struggle answering. Because as humans, we don't really fit into any specific box. And neither do musicians, and neither should our music and so in a way, I, know that is specifically try to talk to anyone who wants to listen. I. Read about all kinds of different things. I read about God i read about love i. read about. Living? On a planet with a bunch of different people that I would like to know on it. I read about, Nostalgia. About about my brother. and. So I don't feel like my music fits into any specific category in terms of what it talks about who speaks to and I try to do that on purpose because I know that I don't really fit into any one box..
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"Link audible trial. That's a U. D.. I b. l.. E. Trial T. R.. A. L. DOT COM backslash, Israel Daily News. Let me know what you choose to listen to, and then let's talk about it on the show. The link is also in the show notes. So you can find it. They're using spotify or apple podcasts wherever you listen to. I WANNA follow up here on a story. I brought to you weeks ago about an elderly couple who left Gaza to visit their son in an American University and now cannot return home. Well they will be according to Jerusalem court ruling. So I understand what the problem is here. Egypt closed its border crossings. The Palestinian Authority decided to stop communicating with Israel after Israel said, it would move forward with annexation plans the Allenby Bridge crossing between the West Bank and Jordan, which connects Gazans two flights out of Amman, has been open to Palestinians a few times to let those who are overseas come home. All of these closures have been due to the corona virus. So here's what the ruling says. The Palestinian Authority suspended cooperation. Israeli authorities had an obligation to find an alternative to enable the petitioners in this case to return to. Gaza. Leaving the Strip legally. The ruling only applies to this couple in addition to a psychologist who left for Tunisia in the fall to pursue additional studies. The judge said, he did not have the authority to make a blanket ruling across the board on the sensitive matter. and. We here at the Israel Daily News podcast are wishing everyone is safe travel back to their families and hope that this ruling at least helps a few people who are stranded outside of their home country. We here at the Israel Daily News podcast, which everyone a safe travel back to their families and hope that everyone who stranded on the other side can reunite with their loved ones. Now for an interesting story in the world of academia. Did. You know that a dozen universities in Egypt currently award degrees in Hebrew and Jewish studies. Well, arts has a very interesting depth piece on this from most Dafa Hussein. where he explains in detail why Egyptians had become interested in this field to start I'll give a quick breakdown of his paper in the early nineteen hundreds. Egyptians pursued Semitic studies but had to go to Europe to do so Egyptians wanted to enhance their understanding of Egyptian history and study biblical Hebrew and the history of ancient Israel in order to do that plus studying Hebrew helped aid the advancement of modern Arabic. If you tracked down aerobic words using Hebrew Aramaic, it's a good way to review the root words in. Arabic, and track the modern uses of these words in Arabic. Early interest gave way to modern universities like the University of Cairo to adopt and develop programs right into their home cities. So people no longer had to travel to the UK or Germany to pursue these fields Hussein who is a teacher within the Department of Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor finishes his piece by suggesting the inclusion of these types of studies into the country's modern curriculum shows the nation's tolerance and acceptance while also allowing researchers to criticize Israeli society and culture while expressing solidarity with the Palestinian? People. Those are his words I. Hope you've found that interesting and fascinating as I did. All, right. Well, that's it. For today's news. Today is Wednesday August fifth twenty twenty. We've got a low of twenty four and a high of thirty degrees Celsius in Tel Aviv. That's seventy six degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty six degrees in the central city. It has been hot hot hot here. This week. I've barely able to accomplish my runs. It's been very sweaty. Keep an eye out on my social media because tonight I'm going to be hosting a corona crush dating game. Some actually going to be hosting a game show of sorts on line where people are going to be matched up and hopefully end with A. A new boyfriend or girlfriend. So if that's interesting to you take a look at my facebook page, it should be pretty fun. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget subscribe to the Israel Daily News podcast on spotify or apple podcasts or wherever you're hearing it from I am everywhere. Don't forget to send in your answer to this week's question, which is what time of day do you listen to Israel Daily News podcast?.
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"Audible, which is the audiobook podcast and all things audio sector of Amazon, the company asked me to go ahead and do their trial and see if I would recommend it to my listeners so last night I turned the lights off, and my roommate and I sat still in the dark, listening to be coming by Michelle Obama. It was an experience I haven't been read to or at least a story. A long time it took me back to kindergarten when we used to sit on that I liked it. Her voice happens to be very soothing and the story of what it's like to live in the white. House is eye opening so let's do this I. Recommend everyone just sign up for the trial and try one book sign up using the link audible trial. That's a U. D. I. B. L., E. Trials, he R. I a. l., backslash Israel Daily News. Let me know what you choose to listen to whether it's a book, a guided meditation, a theatrical performance, and then let's talk about it on the show. The link is also in the show notes so you can find it there all right well. That's it for today's news. Today is Wednesday July twenty ninth twenty twenty. We've got a low of twenty five and a high of thirty two degrees Celsius in Tel Aviv. That's seventy seven degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty nine degrees in the central city. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget subscribed the Israel daily, News podcast on spotify or apple podcasts, or wherever you're hearing it from I, am everywhere, please. Please reach out and let me know who you are, and where you're listening from I. Want to write with you in mind when I do the news. We're in the middle of the and if you live in Israel you only have to make it through today and tomorrow before the weekend you can do it today. I'll send you off with a great collaboration of upcoming artists. It's called leave Kar nuts. It's a cover song and it's by Don Tom Lehrer Nicole Raviv and morty. Weinstein will soon have a great and productive.
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"Section. Section, so we get to the news a bit quicker, so let me explain. I'm Shannon fold I live in Tel. Aviv Israel but before moving. I completed a bachelor's degree in broadcast, journalism, and Spanish before becoming a writer at New, York One News in Manhattan, and then moving to Israel where I grew into a field reporter and anchor at I'll TV until Aviv as well as Israel now news in Jerusalem. I'm also the host of the sunset series, which is a weekly Monday night. Happy Hour, talk series, so that's just a little bit about me turning now to some business news. A. Final approval has been achieved the east. Med pipeline will transport gas from deep off the shores of Israel and Cyprus to Greece and then to Italy. The deal was signed in January between government officials from Greece and Cyprus, but still needed a signature from Israel. The final decision on how investments will be distributed will come in twenty two and the pipeline is supposed to be completed in twenty twenty-five. The hope is to help Europe diversify its energy resources. The Chief Rabbinate or the top rabbis of Israel are trying to help remove the red tape around the standard of cash, route or kosher for Israeli product imports. The idea is to encourage more competition and lower the prices of items on the shelves in his really supermarkets, but this has caused a controversy. The issue is that importers of products have to present echo certificate meaning that the items have been supervised from beginning to end in terms of its production and it's shipping. But because only a select group in Israel currently have the authority to do that. Monopolies on this market have formed allowing prices to go way up. The chief rabbi has opened up the possibility for other owners to hire private and external supervisors who will be able to monitor the journey of these food and drink items. The move was highly controversial when it was first presented a couple of years back, but has been accepted as a way to manage the cost of living in Israel and it seems that that is now moving ahead. All right well, that's it for today's news. Today is Monday. July, Twentieth Twenty Twenty. We've got a low of twenty five and a high of thirty degrees Celsius in Tel Aviv. That's seventy seven degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty six in the central city. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget. Subscribe to the Israel Daily News podcast on spotify or apple, or wherever you're hearing it from I am everywhere. Please reach out to me and let me know who you are. Are, and where you are listening from I. Watch her right with you in mind when I do the news in the morning. I'll send you often to the beginning of this week with something that I. Hope Gets you off. Your couch gets your blood pumping. Gets you moving? It's Erica crawl as she's known in the music. World She's twenty three years old and works as a music, producer, deejay and singer here in Israel. She loves creating unique sound and if you watch her videos on instagram. Show you all the household items. She uses to make interesting noises in her tracks, even the opening and closing of a fridge. Let's hear her song lying? Hi, have a great and productive day?.
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"Good Morning Booker tove boy DS Sabiha Hair. This is Shana fold here from Tel Aviv with the Israel Daily News podcast I'm here to give you the daily headlines, so you can get caught up quickly. Today is Tuesday June thirtieth twenty twenty and this podcast has been recorded at eight zero six. A M Israel time. Now we have historic annexation related news this morning. What many supporters of the annexation said would happen happened? The Palestinians are coming to the table yesterday. The Palestinian Authority sent a note to the UN International Peacemaking Corps Tet saying they are ready to pick up peace talks where they left off in two thousand fourteen, and maybe agreeing to some minor land concessions huge news, a little history lesson the court. Is made up of the e U Russia, the U. N. and the US, the four entities came together in two thousand and to facilitate Middle East, peace processes the four page letter from Palestinian Authority. Prime Minister Mohammad Sta said no one has as much interest in the Palestinians in reaching a peace agreement. No one has as much to lose as the Palestinians in the absence of peace. Here's the big one. He also said we are ready to have our state, a limited number of weapons and e powerful force to hold law and order. Adding in that it would allow for an international regulatory force to oversee that things run as planned. The letter also said that might be in the market for border changes from the nineteen sixty seven lines that were drawn up around the West Bank. The Palestinian PM had said on June ninth he was drafting something up in response to the US peace plan, but did not specify that it would be an appeal to Israel that report from the Times of Israel. Now to the illness that no one and everyone wants to hear about the corona virus is climbing in Israel. And because of it, there are new restrictions. Thanks the Jerusalem Post for getting this out very early morning on Monday. There were nearly five hundred eighty eight new patients in Israel that was yesterday. Weddings will have a maximum number of two hundred fifty guests permitted with all other events to be capped at fifty and some cultural events at two fifty. The new ruling is effective immediately. That's I after. After July tenth weddings and Bar Mitzvahs, we'll have a cap of one hundred some other guidelines including just twenty eight children to a group at a summer, Camp University exams to be taken online and thirty percent of the public sector to work from home. More sick people are dying. An elderly people are catching the illness. Three hundred nineteen people have died and twenty four are currently using ventilators to breed now I, say twenty four people are using ventilators breathe instead of saying are on ventilators because I. I really want to draw that image for you what it would mean for you to need a ventilator to breathe a very interesting story from the Times of Israel. Many countries are dealing with covid nineteen outbreaks in their prison system, but it appears not Israel. Since the corona virus came to Israel prisons have been locked down keeping visitors out and away from their loved ones, while the tactic has proven successful prisoners have not seen the outside world since March. Seventeenth inmates have not seen their families their lawyers. Lawyers or been able to take permitted leaves of absence from their jail cells guards who usually come to work for twenty four hours followed by two days off are now working one week on one week off with high monitoring to make sure that do not come back to prisons with the virus. The wife of one inmate told The Times of Israel that previously she and her children only got to see their dad once every two weeks for twenty eight minutes now. It's been more than three months. She says she does not think this is justified. This is a very tough story. Send me a message to let me know what you think. Moving on Israel's Philharmonic Orchestra has taken a major hit. Since Corona virus began, and so a live virtual gala was held for thirteen thousand registered guests, world wide, and guess what it was entirely interrupted by a suspected cyberattack. The? Event was held Sunday afternoon as a way to raise funds that were lost during the pandemic, the website used to show the performance crashed as well as the website of the gals partner. The Orchestra shared a taped version of the show on Youtube after the fact that report from the Jerusalem. Post I am going to check out that taping of the Philharmonic today after I do the show I can't wait to hear it. For our last story of the day, many women have informal qualifications in Jewish law, but are not recognized by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel well, that has now changed for the first time. The seat will recognize women, Torah scholars which will get them. An equal chance at applying for seat paid employment. There are a slew of jobs in the religious sector funded by government agencies that previously women could not apply for, and the court saw this as a discrimination issue. The Chief Rabbinate says this move is not in its role description and has asked for Israel's education department to deal with it. Call a code. All the respect goes to the women who drafted this petition and got it up to the highest courts. Well that is it for today's news? Today is Tuesday. June thirtieth we've got a low of twenty two and a high of twenty eight degrees Celsius. In Tel Aviv, that seventy two degrees Fahrenheit for the low, going up to eighty two in the central city of Tel Aviv, you will never believe this, but the weather forecast is predicting some rain today highly unusual for this time of year, but it makes sense due to all of the history that is being made into these report and thanks so much for getting caught up. Up with me, don't forget Thursday I'll have a special report. Subscribe to my podcast on spotify or apple music, or wherever you're hearing it from I am everywhere I'm looking to speak with some hardcastle listeners to try to understand how I can make my podcast better. What you like what you don't like what is working for you. Send me a message on my instagram at Channa fold or drop your name into our email box. I have a link for that in the show notes now will have some tunes from Levy Robin. Here's his song. Patients have a great and productive de. Share..