LISTEN: Why Bibi Won't Stand Up to ultra-Orthodox COVID Scofflaws

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Israeli police enforcing Coronavirus restrictions in Jerusalem in 2020.
Israeli police enforcing Coronavirus restrictions in Jerusalem in 2020.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
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Host Simon Spungin is joined by Amos Harel and Noa Landau to discuss the latest in Israel's battle against the Coronavirus, which is being expanded to include a ban on nearly all incoming and outgoing flights. 

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Why Bibi won't stand up to ultra-Orthodox COVID scofflaws: LISTEN

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We ask: Why does the prime minister refuse to crack down on violations of the Coronavirus restrictions in Israel's ultra-Orthodox community? Why do Israeli cops seem incapable of enforcing the restrictions without resorting to violence? And why is the government refusing to declassify the protocols of cabinet meeting at which the country's pandemic response was discussed?

PLUS: Is a Bibi-Biden clash just around the corner and who gets to decide what constitutes antisemitism?

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