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Daily Briefing Sept 20: Iranian violence, West Bank violence; the queen laid to rest

Editor David Horovitz discusses Iran and the legacy of Queen Elizabeth; settlements reporter Jeremy Sharon looks at a recent case of a Palestinian in detention

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.

Times of Israel editor David Horovitz and settlements reporter Jeremy Sharon join host Jessica Steinberg for today’s podcast.

Horovitz discusses the killing of five protesters in Iran by security forces Monday during the demonstrations over the death of a young woman imprisoned for alleged flaws in her required head covering in public.

Sharon explains the story of Hafez Hureini, an injured Palestinian in Israeli detention following apparent violence instigated by Jewish outpost settlers, and why he’s paying close attention to the unfolding events.

Horovitz talks about the pageantry surrounding the Monday funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and the legacy she leaves behind, as well as her place in history.

Discussed articles include:

Iranian forces kill 5 protesters amid unrest over woman’s death — rights group

Palestinian injured in ‘settler attack’ still in prison, settlers not questioned

Why we’ll all miss the queen

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