Frontlines Podcast: Talking about the terror tunnels

Police reporter Ben Hartman provides insight into the threat posed by Hamas's tunnels into Israel; business reporter Niv Elis analyzes the effect of war on the economy.

July 31, 2014 21:50
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As the IDF continues working to destroy infiltration tunnels built by Hamas from Gaza into Israel, The Jerusalem Post's Police and Crime Reporter Ben Hartman delves into various issues surrounding the discovery of this underground network. 

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Later, Post Business Reporter Niv Elis discusses the impact that the current conflict between Israel and Gaza has had on the Israeli economy, and whether it will affect it in the long-term. 

Each week, the Frontlines Podcast brings you behind-the-scenes interviews with the Post's top reporters, editors and columnists, as well as special interviews with Israeli experts and politicians to offer insight, commentary and opinion on the biggest stories in Israel.

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