Former Chairman of the Yesha Council Dani Dayan says, “We shouldn’t be linking building in Judea and Samaria to the death of Israelis.”
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Ilene Prusher speaks to Israeli-Arab author Ayman Sikseck about supporting friends who are soldiers, yet opposing the operation in Gaza.
Host Rogel Alpher talks to Joanna Landau, the founder and executive director of Kinetis Ltd., a grassroots organization which seeks to boost Israel’s image in the world.
Uber Israel’s CEO tells us about ‘UberX,’ a feature of the smartphone app that is causing career cab-drivers to fear for their livelihoods.
Trap producer extraordinaire Dan Farber makes the most of the genre’s hard bass and urban synthetic feel, throwing in some Middle Eastern inflections for flavor.
Daniella Cheslow and her sisters traveled to the Paarl region of the Western Cape province for a tasting tour of wine and kosher cheeses.
Julia Szafman of Israel women’s lacrosse talks about her involvement in the lacrosse youth camps in Israel this summer.
A day in the life of an imprisoned conscientious objector, told first-hand by TLV1 Radio’s very own Gilad Halpern.
A new school year begins on the heels of a tumultuous summer of war and polarization. How will the Israeli educational system tackle the growing racism in schools?
How have Arab and Jewish friends and co-workers dealt with the conflict this summer?
Actress and playwright Anat Barzilay discusses her monodrama “Samira,” which tells the story of a female suicide bomber.