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Jonathan Mosery, Foreign Press Spokesman for the Ministry of Defense, talks to us about the success of Israel’s rocket defense system Iron Dome.
Guy Sharett introduces us to the ‘shalom’ family, one of the most popular in the Hebrew language.
Ran and Shahaf of the indie blues rock band 1,2 Many discuss the band’s background, its famous advertising campaign appearance, and the upcoming album launch.
Host Viva Sarah Press meets Gilad Rosenau, executive producer at PitchiPoy Animation, and Michelle and Alex Orrelle, co-founders of Tel Aviv 3D animation studio Crew 972.
In light of our current situation , many alternative Arabic artists have taken to music to express their views about the war.
Host Daniella Cheslow talks to Gazan journalist Abeer Ayyoub about how the airstrikes in Gaza affect the eating schedule.
Alon Hochdorf, President of the Israel Water Polo Association, describes losing a most valued player.
Host Ben Hartman tells us about a murder perpetrated during an argument over the World Cup final – apparently not a one-off occurrence.
Few residents of Shujaiya and Zeitoun, two towns near Gaza City, have heeded to the IDF’s warning that they should evacuate their homes by 8am this morning.
Hamas rejects the proposal, which was supposed to come into effect at 9 o’clock this morning, as “surrender.”
Who has been firing rockets from Syria and Lebanon into northern Israel over the past few days? And what’s being done to prevent the eruption of a larger conflict?