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NY Post: FDNY Lieutenant Stabbed to Death in Queens

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 4 d ago

NY Post: FDNY Lieutenant Stabbed to Death in Queens

"The front page of the New York Post and the New York Daily News. Chronicle the story of lieutenant Allison Russo elling. She was 61 years old, she worked out of station 40 in Astoria queens. She was going to a local bodega to get some lunch. And a monster ran up through her to the ground, pinned her and stabbed her at least 20 times. It is another horrific, random crime. Do not show that video. No, no, guys pull that video. I don't want that up. Do not put that on Salem news channel. I can not bear for anybody to see that. I know that I didn't, this is how good that's how good my team is that they've got good access to video clips, but I didn't have a chance to tell Yuri. I don't want that. I don't want anybody to see that woman's last seconds. Please, don't put that up, guys. And my apologies for having that go up. I don't want anybody to see what that poor woman went through. 34 year old Peter zeppoles faces murder charges over this senseless attack over this 61 year old hero,

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The NY Daily News Will Never Be the Same

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

The NY Daily News Will Never Be the Same

"It was 27 years ago that the New York Daily News was a major player in the national media, money was no object and we could go the distance on anything. And now that newspaper has a skeleton crew that races around to prop up a one straight newspaper. There's nobody left to lay off and no parts to strip from what's left of that paper, all that's left to do is to turn out the lights. The publisher is no longer the publisher, the editor in chiefs are gone, I'm gone, so on many others, and what's in its place now is a whole different structure of trying to chase the news and an office hierarchy or an office attitude that's just never going to produce the same kind of results it produced for decades before that.

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The Last Laugh Is on You, Sucker

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:25 sec | Last month

The Last Laugh Is on You, Sucker

"Do you remember the New York Daily News headline what was it bush to New York go to hell? Remember that is a famous, famous headline. Or infamous, so we have Biden to responsible Americans. Last laughs on you sucker.

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The Government Wants the Affidavit Sealed yet Still Leaks Info Out

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

The Government Wants the Affidavit Sealed yet Still Leaks Info Out

"Maggie haberman AKA maggot haberman Jody Cantor Adam Goldman and Ben protists Have a piece last night in the New York slimes Trump had more than 300 classified documents of Mar-a-Lago And now I see our friends at fox are reporting 700 pages I thought the government wanted to keep all of this secret I thought the government was on the trail had witnesses When I was on Hannity last week he said to me why Why won't the government release the affidavit And I said because they want to leak it Will there salami tactics They want to cherry pick They want to create the narrative That's why Because they go in court and lie and outside a court they leak to their favorite publications especially the New York slimes Now Maggie haberman first worked for the New York Post then she worked for the New York Daily News and she worked for Politico Now she works for The New York Times where she got a Pulitzer For effectively lying about Russia collusion She sees if you want to make money you want to get awards you need to work for a corporation they covered up the Holocaust that encouraged Stalin and encourage cash And has an anti semitism problem And I would be the New York slimes

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The Progressive Left Are Celebrating People Who Should Be Shamed

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:38 min | 3 months ago

The Progressive Left Are Celebrating People Who Should Be Shamed

"I just can't take the shit I've been reading the last few days gang. Who is deciding what gets into a newspaper these days, if I pitch this story, I'm about to talk to you about, to any of my daily news editors, they would have laughed me out the building. But nowadays, we all know how important it is to let people feel included, give them value, even when they're crazier than a shithouse rat. It's like, nowadays, the crazy left, the progressive left they've made all people feel like they can sit at the big people's table. And not everybody can. Not even some big people should be at the grown-up table, and you've got family, and you know I'm right. So just admit it. But not in this new world where everybody, you know, everybody with a squeaky wheel gets the oil. The progressive left is so afraid to rattle anyone in the alphabet army that they're now willing to give anyone in the world a massive dose of attention. And some people really need to be shunned. Really? They should be shunned or at least called out or whatever happens they're just plain old shaming people. You know, shame is not such a bad thing. Shaming is a good thing. People nowadays, especially kids don't hear the word no, they're brought up, never hearing the word, no. And then when they become adults, they never get shamed and people need to shame certain people. So start doing it.

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How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?

History Unplugged Podcast

01:15 min | 4 months ago

How Did the Public Perceive the News Media in the 1930s?

"In the 1930s, what did the public think of the news media? Did they trust them? They still have some latent distrust left over from the William Randolph hertz dera. What did your average person think of the news media during the time period of your, there's a fair amount of distrust in the 1930s. So not only is the Hearst press still going strong and knickerbocker, who is one of the figures in my book is reporting for international news service, but there's the sense that they're press barons that they have agendas and that heard as the so called respectable papers like the Chicago daily news or the Philadelphia public ledger and The New York Times have been working since the start of 20th century, but really from the 20s. To try to enshrine the idea of objectivity in the press, there still is a lot of skepticism. Actually, interestingly, when radio is first coming on the scene, there's much less skepticism about radio reportage. In part, I think because it seems so immediate as if you're hearing an unfiltered truth, which of course we know is also not the case.

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Shanghai moves toward ending 2-month COVID-19 lockdown

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Shanghai moves toward ending 2-month COVID-19 lockdown

"Shanghai authorities say they will take some major steps toward reopening China's largest city after a two month lockdown that has throttled the national economy and largely bottled up millions of people in their homes Shanghai street still look fairly quiet but activity is picking up At the daily news conference on the city's outbreak vice mayor Zhang min said full bus and subway services will be restored as will basic rail connections with the rest of China adding the epidemic has been effectively controlled just 29 new cases were recorded on Monday continuing a steady decline for more than 20,000 a day in April I'm Charles De

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COVID-19: Has the Science Really Changed?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 8 months ago

COVID-19: Has the Science Really Changed?

"Popular demand, our white coat summit where we take your questions, we just have an unfiltered conversation. But everything you're not supposed to talk about medical tyranny vaccines, individual autonomy, hydroxychloroquine Ivermectin, and we have an amazing panel. I will start with someone who's been on our show before doctor Pierre Corey, welcome back. You probably gonna be here. Doctor Ryan Cole, I've been reading your writings and senior speeches for quite some time, honored to have you. Great to be here. And doctor flavio. And you could tell us how to pronounce your last name. Yeah, good day, Jenny. It's an honor. Truly. And I look forward to talking with you about many things and you're from Brazil. Is that right? Yeah, exactly. Terrific. Well, welcome. Thanks so thrilled. So doctor coryell start with you. You were on our program about a month ago. We were talking about a lot of different things. And it seems as if this topic has changed the media has changed the way they talk about this topic. And doctor Wen went on CNN and said, the science has changed. As the science changed doctor Corey, science was always there, Charlie. I mean, I don't know what to do. I mean, what specifically you think has changed in the media so that I could answer because from where I sit, I'm seeing a little bit around the so I guess the masks thing is probably the most changed. Yeah, I suppose just you have like Nevada lifting their indoor mask mandate, right? You have certain areas that are backing off a little bit on vaccine mandates, but they're definitely as a de emphasis of media hysteria of the last two weeks, right? Maybe you see it differently. And I have not seen I'm running fast. That's okay. And I'm a media guy, right? So I kind of look at what they're focusing on and not. And when doctor Wen goes on TV, she says, science has changed, there was a time for lockdowns, and now we know new things. And I'll give you another example that I think is really important is that Fauci's been kind of MIA for the last couple weeks. They've kind of just kind of put them out to pasture. You notice he's not doing those daily news hits. Maybe he's bad for ratings. Do you have any

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Sherri Shepherd Is Replacing Wendy Williams

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:29 min | 8 months ago

Sherri Shepherd Is Replacing Wendy Williams

"Sherri shepherd is that set to name set to be named the permanent guest host of the Wendy Williams show, you know, Wendy's been announced in September of 2021. It's looking really bad. There's all sorts of things wrong with Wendy. In addition to graves disease, there's the whole issue of the divorce with the husband who had the baby out of wedlock with the girlfriend, everybody knew about the girl he bought a home for, not too far from the home. He lived with Wendy. A very public, ugly breakup. And divorce then came her mother dying, then came the illnesses, fainting on stage on the Halloween show I believe it was. Then we all know she may have been hit the drugs a little harder than she should. Maybe the weekend stretched into Tuesday and you can't do that if you're on TV every day. She started to unwind, unspool, right in front of her eyes. It's not a happy story for me. I like Wendy. I like the niche she card for herself. She always wanted to do this. She always said she was gonna do it. She is the begged me to get her interview on the E channel when I was there because we used to talk when I had my column in New York, daily news and Wendy was a radio DJ. Very popular back then. I was popular in New York as a writer and I'd sometimes write about her show. So we were on good terms and I but on top of the grades disease, you got all this other personal shit you got, I think, drug issues, drinking issues, and then, you know, I think her mental stability is just really shot right now.

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How AJ's Mother Got Him Hooked on Gossip

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:09 min | 10 months ago

How AJ's Mother Got Him Hooked on Gossip

"When I was a little boy, my mother never read me children's books. She read me the gossip pages from the four dailies. We had delivered to our home. And as she licked her thing is through the pages of the New York Post, the daily news, the Long Island press, and newsday, she exposed me to a world that I knew I had to be a part of. Now, what could a little boy possibly have in common with Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, Tom Jones, or Cher? Well, apparently everything. To me, those big names in bold print who were always in the news weren't people as much as they were invitations into a world. I knew I had to live in, or at least visit from time to time. So before I bolted out of the house to play with my friends in the schoolyard, I would sit at the kitchen table with my mother as she read out loud the papers gossip columns to me. Cindy Adams Liz Smith, wrote a Barrett. I love to hear where movie star spent their summers. What films they were making, where they ate, and who they were in love with. And of course, some of the gossip artists would have just fallen flat. Had it not been for the comical side of my father who would sprinkle in some jokes now and then. You know, a simple mention from my mother about, say, Joe DiMaggio would turn into a detailed screed that my father would deliver from across the room. He'd say, he was the greatest ballplayer in the world, ruined by a Hollywood whore. And as soon as my mother took the side of mala Monroe, he digging deeper. Look, the guy goes to surprise his wife with roses on a movie set one day. He gets there. He gets there and sees 5000 people staring at her panties while they're blowing wind up her ass from under a subway grating for half an hour. And that was that, three weeks later, he filed for divorce, and he was never the same man. Is that true, man? Unfortunately, yes, on this set of the 7 year rich. Yeah, she had literally all right, my father would say. And everybody scratched it. Mickey Rooney, you will bring a Tony Curtis brandel Monty cliff uncle mill to even Ruby Rose is scratched that itch. It was my mother who made me crazy about gossip. Without her, there's no gossip column. There's no book. There's no podcast, no nothing. Who knows right?

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Bill De Blasio Urges Masks and Vaccines When South African Doctor Says Omicron Is Mild

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Bill De Blasio Urges Masks and Vaccines When South African Doctor Says Omicron Is Mild

"Thank you. It is pretty arrogant. He's pretty full of himself. And he is he does not give us the he does not recognize that we have the freedom of choice. He's all about oh, you have to get vaccinated. You have to get the booster. It's like, really? I love the fact that you're very very open to our freedom of choice. Our liberty should be is everything, Perry, and we have seen Perry. We've seen our freedoms eroded. We're losing our freedoms one by one. These Democrats think that they are their emperors and that they are taking away our freedoms and we're witnessing it. Perry, you got to see this. I got to share this with you. Now, we've already seen the interview with the lady in South Africa who discovered this variant. And she said, it's always seen as mild symptoms. I mean, here's the cover, Perry of the New York Daily News. It's a matter of days de Blasio Warren's omicron is on its way as officials urge masking and vaccine. Are you kidding me?

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Drake Drops $1 Million at Strip Club Following Astroworld Tragedy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:49 min | 11 months ago

Drake Drops $1 Million at Strip Club Following Astroworld Tragedy

"Do. There's always something to talk about. There's always something to get me angry. So, you know, I'm met with this story of Drake, the rapper, going to a strip club after the whole crazy incident where 9 people died at the astral world concert and Houston and Drake went into a strip club afterward, and he brought a $1 million in cash with him, and he left a $1 million in cash on the strip club floor. He did that for the girls. Now on one hand, that's a tremendous gesture. You know, I think it's great that men who have a lot of money show up and take care of these women. I think that's fine. I've given money to strippers. I don't like when you throw it on the floor, I think it's demeaning. The image of a girl on her hands and knees, pulling dollar bills together on a dirty wooden stage makes me sick. I think that's demeaning. I don't like it. I don't like it in the same way I don't like somebody shining my shoes. I did that once. I worked at the daily news, and there was a shoe shine stand. Right knee again, Grand Central terminal, and these guys love to do what they do. They're good at it. They get the rag, they spit shine your shoes, and I said, let me give it a shot. I did it. And one minute and I'll never do it again. The sight of a man cleaning my shoes was awful. I can't do that to people. Even if he loves his job, I can't watch somebody clean my shoes. But I bet the strip clubs I throw in some money around him, that's like that older I decided. I'm not going to throw it on the floor. I'm going to hand it to these girls. Because they've earned it. So Drake decided to throw a $1 million on the floor. Now, mind you, this is several hours after people

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BLM Threatens 'Riots, Bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams Brings Back Police Unit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 11 months ago

BLM Threatens 'Riots, Bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams Brings Back Police Unit

"You know what they're doing in New York City? You know what Black Lives Matter founders are threatening? The leaders of New York's Black Lives Matter movement threatened riot and bloodshed in the streets if the mayor elect in New York Eric Adams reverses the abolition of the NYPD's controversial anti crime units. Now this is as described in the New York Daily News, the liberal tabloid in New York. Eric Adams is a pro police guy. The new mayor of New York is a former police officer. And he is pro Law & Order. It's a small miracle that this guy got elected. Now, he's still a radical leftist, but coming from a law enforcement background at least he's pro police and pro law enforcement law enforcement. The cofounder of Black Lives Matter of greater New York said, if Eric Adams thinks that they're going to go back to the old ways of policing, then we are going to take to the streets again, there will be riots. There will be fire and there will be bloodshed. Because we believe in defending our people, shed the founder of Black Lives Matter New York. Um. Well, that sounds about right. Threatening mash violence if a new mayor who's black, by the way, doesn't obey your policy demands Black Lives Matter. Yeah, that's great. That sounds totally normal.

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The Eerie Connection Between Two Legendary Occult Films

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:11 min | 1 year ago

The Eerie Connection Between Two Legendary Occult Films

"But I'll tell you something. I loved watching that double feature Saturday night of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. And rosemary's baby, I recommend doing that. These two great films are related and have so much in common, it's scary. I came across a review of rosemary's baby in the 1968 New York Daily News audible written by Kathleen Carroll who was a well respected critic in her day. She was always one of the names of the news that was mentioned with a bit of reverence. And she wrote, the subject matter is peculiarly repugnant. It is witchcraft, not as practiced in Salem or the like, but has taken seriously on a very own city. The idea that there might really be a Satan worshiping COVID living next door didn't actually seem that far fetched. It's a cruel irony that the director of a movie. Listen to this. This is brilliant. It's a cruel irony that the director of a movie, in which the protagonist loses her child and nearly her own life to an imaginary cult would lose his own wife, Sharon Tate, and unborn child to a very real one. The mansion family only a year later. Gives me

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Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Gavin Newsom Survives California Recall Election Attempt

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:07 min | 1 year ago

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

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Representative Adam Schiff Speaks About 9/11

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:57 min | 1 year ago

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

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AJ Was Alright by John Gotti

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 1 year ago

AJ Was Alright by John Gotti

"And I told stories about. Sitting in my kitchen and I got my first divorce and Chico living with me at the time. And I'm telling him and another buddy Johnny Diaz that I got to get in the city. I got it right for the daily news on the New York Post. I can't. I can't leave town to be a newspaper reporter. I'm too good. And I'd already gone out some nights and met some fancy people, and it was apparent that I was making some inroads with celebrity, that kind of stuff. And also the mob world. And Chico was always fascinated with the mob world. And I started going to the trial when John Gotti was about to go down in Lower Manhattan and I got to sit in the courtroom obviously and, you know, I followed him out in the elevator, him and his crew, Sammy the bull, Jackie the nose, Joe the German Lewis chagall. I mean, Bruce cutler and Louis chagall the attorneys, and we all went to the restaurant jam bones across the street from the courthouse. I didn't sit with them. I wouldn't, why would I? I'm not with them. I'm a journalist. I sat in the next table. And John was nice to me. And several days ago, I told this story where Sammy the bull looked at me. I was getting too close, and he said, who is this guy? And Samuel is menacing. And John said, he's all right. He's all right. And same and said, yeah, but he's with them. The press. And John said, yeah, I know. I know he's with them, but he's more right than them. And he winked at

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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"ME. Yeah, deteriorating towards Democracy, it seems. Okay. So are you so I can you tell me Your name? My name is todd. and Are you part of a specific movement not exactly independent. Why. Are you out here tonight? Will everything stinks and it stinks from the head we don't trust the government so we want to replace it and nobody's listening just keeps doing Anti Democratic. Move and. Don't really deal with anything that is burning right now only be wants to get reelected again and again into escape. Justice Oh. That's why we're here. What are your top issues top issues? Yeah. It's time to stop. dividing US and just keep on. Making us hate each other you know why? Because that's what be does it just you know against the Arabs and against smaller name you know fuck it. I'm a smaller Nina I did survive and I did you know and. I'm doing me mealworm and pay taxes and I'm supposed to be a trader right now just because he said. that. Like it's crazy it's become so crazy. So you feel like you should be allowed to have your political opinion at, it shouldn't necessarily mean that you're not a patriot. That's what democracy means. You know it's pluralism. You can speak your mind as long as you do it. You know in a rational way an illegal way, and also the right to protest in trying to take that away as well. a lot of people. said that it's not fair to limit the religious gatherings if you're going to allow protesting to happen what's your take on that It's a it's a good point. See that like from the other side, they see like. Democracies is also kind of religion you know to belief system. So. I don't know as long as you keep yourself protected. I guess you could. See You. Guys are one is more important than other of course not you know for for each person has different br priority but. It's not about. Again nobody's doing with it feels like nobody's really dealing with Like with the issues it's all political. You know it's not about defeating the disease or the crisis. It's all about politics. Well, that was a little quick for you from the streets of Tel. Aviv I hope you were transported to the scene by listening my oh my, what are we going to do about the problems? Well, I, plan on giving us some more voices, the people on Tuesdays to come in the Israel Daily News podcast. Okay. Now, our next story is a little bit lighter. A shipment from Dubai has landed at the Haifa port. Eight containers with electronics, cleaning supplies, iron and firefighting equipment marks one of the first public and legal cargo shipments by sea between the United Arab Emirates to Israel in August Israel signed a historic peace deal with the UAE at business commenced between the two nations immediately. An Israeli. Documentary has been chosen to be screens at the international documentary film. Festival. Amsterdam, which is considered to be the world's largest Maya Zayn scenes. New Film till kingdom come is an in depth look into the unique bond between Evangelical Christians and Israel Zion. Seen has already won many awards including a news and Documentary Emmy Award for her film, forever pure. About the fan culture and management of the Beta Jerusalem soccer team, the new documentary will touch on the moving of the American Embassy to Jerusalem the annexation plan for the West Bank the stories behind the trump and Netanyahu administrations and the reshaping of American foreign policy toward the Middle East. Well, we're looking forward to it. We hope you take home the gold. Maya. And finally, I'll leave you off with something. Cute to think of a baby. GIRAFFE has been born at Jerusalem's Biblical. Zoo her mother Akia is my same age. She's twenty six. Say this age is very risky to be pregnant for a giraffe. Drafts usually live until twenty six in the wild and can stay alive a bit longer in captivity. Nevertheless, the pregnancy was carried out to term and mother and baby are doing well, the little one who doesn't have a name came out at sixty five kilos or one, hundred, forty, three pounds and one, hundred, eighty centimeters or five foot eight. Wow I am so glad that I wasn't the one that birthed her even though I'm the same ages mom this species is the South African giraffe which is highly hunted. The Biblical Zoo is my favorite sue in the whole wide world and that's because each exhibit shows the section. There's a little written section there when you go to see the animals that states in the Bible something that mentions that animal. So. If you're looking at the little plaque that they have that talks about the animals, they'll also have a quote from the Bible, in which God goes through all of the different animals on earth and some interesting facts about them. The Biblical Zoo is currently closed due to the lockdown, but they do plan on. After All right. Well, that's Today's news. Today is Tuesday October thirteenth we have a low of twenty one degrees Celsius and a high of twenty eight degrees in this central city. That's seventy degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty two degrees. Fahrenheit before we go, I have a question, I hope you'll all send me your answers to. What bothers you the most about Israel and what do you love the most about this country I've already gotten some responses from listeners and I am waiting for more. You can send me an answer via email. There's a link in the show notes where you can find it or you can reach out to me on social media I'm Shannon fold thanks forgetting 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 and please share this show with your friends and family I urge you to share it on social media word of mouth. It however you can. That is how you can help me. 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"The truth is that as I said the the without the temple, we don't have those big parties. We don't have the sacrifices. Dr. Harper was talking about how all of the this is a holiday for all intentions. And one of the things they did in the temple was there was a precise of there were seventy sacrifices those sacrifices were symbolic of the seventy Nations. I know it's more like seventy Nations but back in those days. They said there were seventy Nations and it was a it was a holiday that was supposed to be all inclusive. Obviously nowadays. We don't have the sacrifices. We don't have those parties things like that. But what we do have is with most things nowadays instead of the sacrifices. We have the we have prayer services instead of the parties in the temple. We used except for this year. We had the parties and you give us or or synagogues and things like that. Do we still pray for Raymond? We still Pray For Rain absolutely there on the final day of the holiday of the Rainy season's rainy season. So it is an appropriate time of year for it. All right. Well, that's it for today. News. Today is Thursday, October 8th. Hallelujah. It's the end of the week. We have a low of 24 degrees Celsius and a high of 33 degrees in this Central City. That's 76 degrees Fahrenheit for the low going up to ninety two degrees. Thanks for getting caught up with me and don't forget subscribe to the Israel Daily News podcast on Spotify or apple podcast or wherever you're taking it from. I am everywhere. I'll send you off with Ashley glanced to bring some light and joy to the end of this holiday week glances Israel's ambassador of Hebrew Latino music enjoy his song have a great and productive day. Hay and do yourself a favor party it up for the end of Sukkot like the ancient Hebrews did Jake I'd have a great holiday weekend. off off the ground from some because this is faith faith faith faith faith May I use a movie Chicago in case it doesn't then below the national off off off? Off off off off off..

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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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05:34 min | 2 years ago

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"This shadow fault here with the Israel Daily News podcast the only English daily, News podcast coming out of Tel Aviv. I'm here to give you the headlines so you can get caught up quickly today I'm recording the show from Israel's southernmost city called a lot. I'm here chasing a couple of stories. Today is Wednesday September ninth twenty twenty. Let's get to the news. Forty cities and towns. Around Israel, have begun a week long curfew style lockdown experiment that means they are closed from seven pm to five. A M residents are not allowed to walk more than five hundred meters from their homes. That's about five blocks, businesses or closed outside of these hours and schools are just shut down completely the cities and towns in question. The poorest Arab and Jewish Orthodox places around the country. This is affecting one point, three, million people, but neighboring now's with and some sections of remotes chumash and tar are just a handful of names of cities on the red list. Betas mayor has reacted seeing the ruling is discriminatory against Haredi communities and that his city would not comply with the rules. The Authority on coronavirus rules and regulations is professor von Gums. Zoo who said the rate of morbidity in red cities is among the highest in the world and he's asking Israelis not to be angry with him personally because he's just trying to protect the people the Health Ministry reports three, thousand, four, hundred, forty, six, new corona virus diagnoses between Monday and Tuesday night with one hundred, forty, three patients on respirators and expectation that the death rate will climb further in the coming weeks. Prime Minister Netanyahu is publicly apologizing to the Bedouin family and community of Yakub Abu Qian. He was shot by police in twenty seventeen. When officers said, they believed he was a terrorist it turns out I'll kion was just taking a ride to get away from a stressful situation police had come to oversee the demolition of houses in the unrecognized Bedouin village of Huron and the state was clearing. Out The area to make way for a new town, the site of the home demolitions were causing elkin to feel stress. He picked up his belongings got into his SUV and started to ride. He said, he couldn't bear to watch his home destroyed on the drive kion was shot in his vehicle which caused him to lose control of it, and the car rolled down a hill killing a soldier. Netanyahu said I would like to express in my name, my apologies to the family they meaning the police said, he was a terrorist yesterday it turned out that he wasn't a terrorist a channel twelve reports published Monday suggests the state attorney had evidence to show Alcon, was not a terrorist but that those materials were suppressed up until recently Yakub's widow mile said, the apology was better late than never but asks why authorities couldn't have told the truth at the time she added in that her husband was an educator who represented Israel overseas and didn't hate anyone alcon was forty seven years old when he died, he leaves behind twelve children. In just under a week from today piece, we'll have literally been made news leaks that US officials plan to welcome senior delegations from both the United Arab Emirates and Israel to sign the Abraham accords treaty in the White House, the meeting will include Prime Minister Netanyahu and the brother of Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Sade depending on the weather the. Is signing will be held on the South Lawn, the Rose Garden, or inside the White House with a see that sounds really nice. Arts has a great piece out today with a little roundup about the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange since the beginning of the year ten companies have I p owed or listed themselves on the exchange with an initial public offering together, the ten companies have shares that make up about twelve billion shekels or three point six, billion dollars in addition fifteen more companies are planning to go public the CEO of the exchange. E. Tie Benza ev says we can think the coronavirus for this surge before the crisis companies thought it wasn't worth it to list themselves as it would require them to publicly disclose their earnings and other metrics. He says now when companies are dealing with credit line closures, bankruptcies, more companies are seeing the benefits of having access to public resources which can give them more flexibility in their day to day operations. All right. Well, that's it. For today's news. Today is Wednesday September nine. We have a high of forty one degrees Celsius and a low of twenty nine degrees where I am in a lot. That's eighty four degrees. Fahrenheit for the.

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"The trial is free. Let me know what you choose and then let's talk about it on the show. The link is in the show notes so you can also find it there. Though the Israeli media is laying low on the corona virus coverage. I would like to report that the numbers are reaching incredible highs and a monitoring this every day and every day I see more and more people walking about with their masks on their Chin instead of covering their faces Israel has eight hundred, seventy, five deaths due to the corona virus with four hundred, four cases. Quick, corona rap Gaza is sending their full lockdown for another seventy two hours after they had some confirmed cases Ukraine after a long debate is sealing its borders off to prevent Israelis and other Jews. who usually make a pilgrimage to a sacred site in the Ukraine in honor of the New Year that's coming in so Of, people thousands of people go to Ukraine each Russia Shanna for this event, and that is not going to happen this year and Israel's national foodbank. Let Israel is really down on food donations from hotels, businesses, and army bases as the demand for food is skyrocketing a lot hotels are operating just over half capacity and donating less food farmers are donating more food because they're selling much less of it. The organization will need a one point, three, million chuckle or three, hundred, eighty, five, thousand, dollar investment or donation just to support the people who will need a meal for Rosh Hashanah the Jewish new. Year. I usually like to end my report with a high note. But since I'm going to finish today with a hard hitting report, I'll give you the good news now and then try to rescue your spirit with some music at the end. Does that sound like a deal? Okay for the first time in history, a commercial flight is being prepared to take Israelis from the Holy Land directly to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Following the historic diplomacy deal announced weeks ago it's scheduled to happen next week Israeli. An American diplomats will be aboard the aircraft Monday Monday's so soon and they'll be flying l. all the goal for the Group on board is to formalize the peace treaty. Today's special report is on a topic that seems completely harmless or even cheery. But when you take a further look at what goes on inside this world, it's actually despicable. I'm diving into the dark side of Cheroots Leumi or an English National Service five years after Israel was created in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, the volunteer program was officiated allowing people in. Who wanted to serve? Israel but didn't want to operate on the front lines in combat in nineteen seventy-one. A wave of women began to sign up many of whom were Orthodox today there are programs in place to bring foreigners who wants.

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04:23 min | 2 years ago

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"To give you the daily headlines so you can get caught up quickly today is Tuesday August eighteenth twenty twenty. Let's get to the news president trump has been cut and quoted all over social media for a sentence. He said at a Wisconsin rally he said, and we moved the capital of Israel to Jerusalem. That's for the Evangelical. You know it's amazing with that. The evangelical are more excited by that than the Jewish people. Well the statement got the crowd of mid Westerners pretty excited. I mentioned this because in last night's sunset series happy hour talk which I host we had Josh Ryan Steen Speak About just this topic Christian support for Israel and faith based diplomacy. He just wrote a book called Titus Trump and a triumph of Israel the power of faith based diplomacy. Stein spoke about the importance of having Christian support as a pillar for the nation to lean on and explained how and why the community cares for. Israel. During the question and answer we actually got one question asking why trump is a staunch supporter of Israel and the simple answer was that it's a tenant of the Republican. Party for which trump represents the talk was on zoom and if you're interested in listening to it and hearing more, the audio will be uploaded later today on Rabbi Jonathan Feldman's Jewish matters podcast. Violence in the Gaza Strip has not stopped and especially not after Hamas has sent a fresh load of balloons with bombs strapped to them over the border. One balloon is believed to have started a small fire outside of a kindergarten in the Israeli border community of steer wrote. The idea of said, they hit underground infrastructure belonging to Hamas and local Gaza News reported strikes both in the northern part of the Strip in southern part near the Yasser Arafat International Airport, which is not in use and has not been in use since two thousand. The, violence comes even though Egyptian mediators landed in the area with the intention of calming things down early in the week, they've reportedly left Gaza and entered Israel without a word, which is unusual as such diplomats often announce their comings and goings today the power plant in Gaza is expected to shut down as fuel is no longer entering the zone due to a blockade enforced by defense minister. Bennigan's as a punishment for the continuous balloons. This will decrease the energy there to about four hours per. Day for households. Hamas was expected to discuss a previous agreement. It had with Israel that would have made some quiet at the border. They're seeing that Israel did not hold up their end of the bargain. They're also calling for goods to enter the Strip allowing Gazan, workers to enter. Israel ends in industrial park at the Erez Crossing they say they want funds to continue coming from cuts are and are calling on Egypt to ease its restrictions on passage of people and goods through its Rafah border-crossing. Following up here on a story regarding Israel's budget, the Knesset approved the first reading of the extension legislation. The bill meant to end the deadline for the budget to be passed, which is coming up quick on August Twenty Fifth Meaning August twenty fourth is the last day. If the government cannot agree on the budget or get passed the first reading of this bill for extension, the government will be dissolved and it'll call for fourth. Election many suspect Prime Minister Netanyahu hopes to see a fourth election as it could eliminate blue and white party leader Benny from the rotation before we move on, I have a question. What does Israel mean to you? I'm interested to know. So send me a message sign up for the Israel weekly news rap using the Lincoln. The show notes I'll put the details of the responses from this week's question into the newsletter sign..

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Israel Daily News Podcast

07:18 min | 2 years ago

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"News Podcast, I'm here to give you the daily headlines so you can get caught up quickly. Today is Thursday August six, twenty, twenty, which means we have a special report at the end of the show. Yesterday's News did not properly upload at its usual time. So thank you to my listener all the way up in a suite of New, York for getting in touch with me and letting me know that it had not come out yet and that he was looking for it. Now, let's get today's news. Tuesday's deadly horrific explosion in the capital city of Lebanon devastated the country and left the world with their jaws dropped to the floor as images and videos of a deep orange mushroom cloud circulated. The Internet. About one, hundred, thirty, five are dead with five thousand injured in solidarity with the country. Tel. Aviv's municipal building lit up. It's electric board with the Red White and green colors of Lebanon's flag Lebanon. Israel. Have had a deep past of political conflict and war, but many Israelis put that aside including Tel. Aviv's Mayor Ron who die who tweeted this evening? We will light up City Hall with the flag of Lebanon. Humanity comes before any conflict and our heart is with the Lebanese people following the terrible disaster that befell them. Well, not all Israelis feel that way Jerusalem mayor of Afi Parrots tweeted. It is possible and necessary to provide humanitarian aid to civilians who were hurt in Lebanon, but waving an enemy flag in the heart of Tel Aviv is moral confusion. He added that Lebanon is officially a terrorist state. Meanwhile, Israel already reached out to offer aid and Israeli hospitals have also called for Lebanon's injured to be taken in including from the Galilee Medical Center in Naria, which is close to the border. Israeli political analysts don't expect. The country will accept these offers since the terrorist group Hezbollah which is very much ingrained in Lebanon's government does not allow for contact or communication with Israel. Many warned that the Lebanese will be in bad shape if they don't get medical help from their neighbors tensions before the bombing work. When a handful of Hezbollah gunmen infiltrated Israeli territory at the border, leaving behind explosive devices and guns before they were killed by the idea of the event was caught on surveillance camera and came after an air strike on Syria claimed the life of a Hezbollah fighter. I wanted to add an addendum to the last story. It's something I saw on the Jerusalem Post and followed up through Wi net. The article highlighted how his villas top leader has saw. Nasrallah had actually threatened Israel in the past publicly and recorded on video saying, he would destroy Israel by causing a massive explosion in the port of Haifa. He said he'd use ammonium like the chemical we saw a robbing in Beirut A. A lot of antisemitic tweets and tweets from people accusing Israel for being behind the destruction has surfaced on twitter is really officials deny Israel had any involvement in the explosion? Why net reports the Minister of Environmental Protection also vowed to move out all of the chemicals in Haifa's port to a safer location out of the city centre. She says, she's been warning that this is a potential danger since she took office in May. Two hundred fifty thousand Lebanese have become homeless due to the destruction of this bomb. Israel is going into a nationwide test of sorts. The coronavirus cabinet met in a four and a half hour discussion and came out with this weekend restrictions that had been pleased to limit businesses operating, and also keeping children out of parks have been lifted. But if in the next two weeks, the rate of infection climbs back up, the country may face another lockdown. Additionally, the skies are meant to be opened on August sixteenth allowing people to start to fly that is if the receiving country will allow Israelis to come in. In the new Corona Virus Commissioner Vanni Gombe Zoo said, his goal is to lower infection rate by September. First, he's been tracking red zones and coming up with plans for specific hot spots that are rampant with corona virus across the country. Currently, five hundred, sixty, five people are dead from. Corona. Virus in Israel with three, hundred, forty, seven, seriously, ill, if any of you know someone in Israel who's lost their life from Corona virus police, send me a message I would love to commemorate their lives by writing their stories. This is probably one of the most unusual of protests, a picnic protest. It took place in Kfar Saba, a suburb north of Tel. Aviv in a park near the home of Israel's foreign minister. Gabi? Ashkenazi. Israelis to have not been able to see their significant others, brought out baskets, blankets, snacks for themselves and laptops. Last night as they protested restrictions and had a virtual to of date with their unmarried partners who are living abroad to of is a Valentine's Day of sorts for Israelis and Jews around the world. It's a day of chocolate eating and flower giving where couples make it a point to show each other they love each other. But currently, if you're not an Israeli citizen, you're not allowed in Israel and it's been this way since March, which means that Israelis whose fiancee's girlfriends, boyfriends and lovers are in other countries are not allowed to visit. Frustrated protesters say tried everything to unite with their partners from offering covid tests and quarantining says, sending letters to individual members of Knesset and nothing has given way protesters say they became particularly disturbed when a large group of nineteen thousand yeshiva students and students coming to Israel for a gap year were granted access to enter Israel. So long as they do a fourteen day quarantine when they arrive. One man in the crowd told Arts, the difference between himself and the yeshiva students is that he doesn't have a political lobby behind him. Okay, last story of the day. Before we head to our special report, this story is a smelly one, a plan to build three garbage.

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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"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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"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

Israel Daily News Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"daily news" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast

"Twenty? We've got a low of twenty four degrees and a high of twenty nine Celsius in Tel Aviv that seventy five degrees Fahrenheit for the low, going up to eighty five in. 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 music, or wherever you're hearing it from. I am everywhere. Please reach out to me 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 in the morning this Monday morning I'm going to start off your week with Russian born Israeli Living Erica Odilia Lozo via. She's a music producer and has a really pop- instagram. With videos of her mixing music and making jokes, she calls her music gentle soul with an acid sound. Let's your song offer latest EP. She just dropped a couple of weeks ago. Called keep us on. This song is called losing myself, and it's considered a progressive techno house. Missiles have a great and productive..

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