Welcome to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing. From Sunday to Thursday, his 15-minute audio update on what’s happening in Israel, the Middle East, and the Jewish world.
In today’s podcast, political correspondent Tal Schneider and real estate writer Daniel Nagler join host Jessica Steinberg.
Schneider spoke of a confrontation between Attorney General Gary Baharaf-Miara and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, following reports denied by Baharaf-Miara. Schneider provides background information about Bahlav Miara as the first female Attorney General, her role and why her prime minister sees her as a threat.
She also discussed his statement on Saturday with Culture Minister Miki Zohar and Burhaha, saying she intends to suspend government-funded cultural activities taking place in Upper Galilee on the Sabbath, making comments to the prime minister. reversed Zohar’s statement.
Nagler is keeping an eye on housing prices, which are still rising across Israel. Rental prices are also rising, exacerbating the problem of people finding it difficult to buy.
Nagler also puts Rishon Lezion at the top of the list, placing other central locations including Ramat Gan and Kfar Saba, with Jerusalem scoring low on a survey looking at the best places to live in Israel. will also explain.
The articles discussed were:
Coalition warns AG of move to suspend Netanyahu that resembles coupshe denies weighing it
New Culture Minister Zohar vows to withdraw funding for art ‘defaming Israel’
Home price gains are slowing, but are up nearly 19% from 2021
First Zion: Rishon is Israel’s most livable city, statistics office finds
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