Frontlines Podcast: Gaza, the UN, and the ‘haredi street’

This week, Deputy Managing Editor Tovah Lazaroff and Religious Affairs reporter Jeremy Sharon join the podcast.

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This week Jerusalem Post Deputy Managing Editor Tovah Lazaroff talks to us about why two commissions that will inspect Operation Protective Edge – one from the state comptroller, and one from the UN – are likely to draw vastly different conclusions.

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Then, are the ultra-Orthodox turning a corner on their views on the army? Religious Affairs reporter Jeremy Sharon weighs in on how the “haredi street” might be pulling its leadership to change their views.

Each week, the Frontlines Podcast brings you behind-the-scenes interviews with The Jerusalem 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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