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Daily Briefing Nov. 13: Who’s on Bibi’s shortlist? IDF investigates a new theft

ToI editor David Horovitz discusses possibilities for the incoming Knesset, and military correspondent Emanuel Fabian looks at a major IDF theft

Welcome to The Times of Israel’s Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what’s happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday.

ToI founding editor David Horovitz and military correspondent Emanuel Fabian join host Jessica Steinberg for today’s podcast.

Horovitz discusses the ongoing coalition talks and possible ministerial appointments, as Prime Minister-elect Benjamin Netanyahu figures out what will work best for him and his new government.

Horovitz also talks about the so-called override clause that all four parties in Netanyahu’s incoming coalition are interested in legislating, which would reduce the power of the Supreme Court.

Fabian looks at the latest and largest theft of IDF bullets and grenades, stolen from a Golan Heights army base.

He also discusses the ongoing IDF investigation into the death of 78-year-old Omar As’ad and the possibility of charges being pressed against the officer and soldier in the accidental death of As’ad, an American citizen.

Discussed articles include:

Herzog tasks Netanyahu with forming coalition: ‘Not easy decision as he’s on trial’

Israel could be en route to a tyranny of the majority

73,000 bullets, 72 grenades stolen from Golan Heights army base in latest theft

IDF mulls charges against 2 soldiers over death of elderly Palestinian-American man

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