Daily Briefing November 2 – Is Benny Gantz Shy Playing With The United States?
Welcome to The Times of Israel’s Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what’s happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, Sunday through Thursday.
Guests on today’s podcast are US correspondent Jacob Magid and investigative journalist Simona Weinglass, hosted by Jessica Steinberg.
Magid discusses the reactions of US officials to the latest approvals of housing in settlements in the West Bank, after Defense Minister Benny Gantz said he would limit the scope of construction.
Weinglass talks about two of his investigative pieces currently on the site, regarding FBI and German police raids on Israeli investment crooks, as they are also suing these operating web platforms for illegal websites. and call centers.
Steinberg describes the scene during the press tour of the long-awaited Yayoi Kusama retrospective at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, where fans wore polka-dot outfits in honor of the 92-year-old Japanese artist and his chambers overflow and other large-scale installations at the exhibition.
Articles discussed include:
‘Playing with fire’: by building deep in West Bank, Israel risks DC’s wrath
October surprise: who’s who in the unprecedented wave of fraudulent investment raids
In major change, Germany begins targeting platforms behind online fraud in Israel
Massive Yayoi Kusama exhibit at TLV Museum of Art provides thrill and wonder
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