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Daily Briefing Sep 24: If you will it? PM hails looming peace with Saudi Arabia at UN

Editor David Horovitz dissects Netanyahu’s 25-minute General Assembly address; environment reporter Sue Surkes on an Israeli mission to reduce infant mortality in Chad

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.

Editor David Horovitz and environment reporter Sue Surkes join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today’s episode.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the United Nations on Friday. What were Horovitz’s takeaways from the 25-minute speech?

On Saturday, the Saudi foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan also addressed the UN General Assembly. Which country was not named in his speech?

Around 2,000 protesters opposed to the government’s judicial overhaul rallied Friday against Netanyahu as he delivered his speech and he also sat down with US Jewish leadership. What came out of that meeting?

Surkes just returned from Chad where she accompanied a group of neonatologists on a unique aid mission aimed at dramatically reducing preventable infant mortality rates in Africa. She tells us more.

Discussed articles include:

Netanyahu wraps up US visit as protesters shout ‘shame’ at departing convoy in NY

Full text of Netanyahu’s UN address: ‘On the cusp of historic Saudi-Israel peace’

Netanyahu predicts a new Middle East, is silent on the havoc he’s unleashed in Israel

In UN speech, Saudi FM urges formation of Palestinian state, doesn’t mention Israel

2,000 protest against Netanyahu outside UN as he addresses General Assembly

In meet with US Jewish leaders, PM dodges criticism of extremist coalition partners

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