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Daily Briefing Oct. 23: UN releases 2nd damning report on Israel; real estate soars

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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.

Foreign affairs correspondent Lazar Berman and real estate reporter Daniel Nagler join host Amanda Borsheldon.

Berman said in a 28-page report released Thursday by a UN commission investigating rights violations in Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, following the 11-day battle between Israel and Hamas in Gaza last year. discussing books. What crime is it accusing Israel of?

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s Chief of Staff Andriy Yermak held a virtual meeting with leaders of Jewish organizations and prominent Russian-speaking Israelis, asking them to ask Jerusalem to provide Kyiv with an air defense system. . However, according to a Channel 13 news report over the weekend, Israel actually offered to provide Ukraine with an alert system for air threats. We hear why Kyiv is probably unhappy with this offer.

According to a report by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Israel’s house prices soared a record 19% last year. Nagler rushes in.

The former Dan Pearl Hotel, right next to Mamilla, has been vacant for about 15 years. Nagler explains how things will soon change.

The articles discussed were:

UN Report Condemns Israeli ‘Illegal Occupation’, Calls for Prosecution of Officials

Zelensky’s chief of staff urges Jewish leaders to pressure Israel over Ukrainian weapons

Report: Ukraine not cooperating with Israel on proposed missile warning system

Israeli house prices continue to soar, up a record 19% from last year

Plans underway for new hotel in Jerusalem

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