Barak Sela, spokesperson for the socialist youth movement Hanoar Haoved, explains what message the rally they organized is intended to send and why it couldn’t square with the message of the other rally.
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Allison, Don, and Noah discuss President Rivlin’s speech at the annual Kafr Qasem memorial service.
Natasha Dornberg, an avid runner, explains why more and more Israelis are getting into running and fitness.
The Boston Jewish Film Festival will kick off next week. Amy Geller, the artistic director, will be with us to tell us all about the festival.
Sony Pictures Television is buying a 50 percent stake in Dori Media Group, which made its fortune making and distributing TV dramas worldwide.
Today on World Flight, we start our music journey with songs by Gilad Hekselman from his album “This Just in”.
Saveur magazine places Tel Aviv among the world’s top culinary hotspots. We ask TLV1’s Daniella Cheslow why this is.
Israeli UFC fighter Noad Lahat talks anti-Semitism and gives a special message to his critics.
Mob boss Moti Hassin, escapes Israel and travels to Bulgaria.
In Tel Aviv, runners coursed through the streets for the second time this month for the city’s 6th annual Night Run.
While Olim LeBerlin is quite possibly the most apathetic protest movement ever, they are sending a message: there’s no shame in leaving Israel.
Younge’s concept albums are visual and immersive — like movies without pictures. Little wonder, since Younge is foremost a film composer.