Frontlines Podcast: The end of Israeli-Palestinian security cooperation?

"Post"'s deputy managing editor discusses ramifications of death of Palestinian official following clashes with IDF; environmentalist assesses impact of oil spill in southern Israel.

The end of Israeli-Palestinian security cooperation?
This week Palestinian Authority official Ziad Abu Ein died soon after a confrontation with the IDF in the West Bank. While Palestinians say his death was caused by IDF violence, Israelis say it was the result of a heart attack. In this week's Frontlines Podcast, The Jerusalem Post’s Deputy Managing Editor Tovah Lazaroff sheds light on these conflicting versions of the event, and what ramifications the incident could have. Then, we’re joined by Israeli environmentalist Alon Tal,  to discuss the oil spill that occurred last week near Eilat, when millions of liters of crude oil leaked out of a pipeline, flooding 200 acres of a desert nature reserve in southern Israel.
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