Today on So Much to Say with host Allison Kaplan Sommer:
- Yael Patir, director of the Israel program for JStreet, on why he’s not saying anything earth-shattering.
- Jeff Daube, director of Israel office for Zionists of America, says that Kerry is employing futile scare tactics.
- Michael Manekin, the director of Molad – the Center for the Renewal of Israeli Democracy, on how the settlers put their own interests before those of the nation.
- Rabbi Tamar Kohlberg, leader of the congregation, on who might be coming after them and why they won’t be deterred.
- Einav Schiff, arts and culture commentator for Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, on why mixing arts and politics is a safe recipe for public outrage.
- Hannah Brown, film critic for the Jerusalem Post, on how it throws us back to old questions of whether art could be separated from the artist.
Jennifer Lopez – If You Had My Love
Moshe Peretz – Maybe Tonight (Ulay Halayla)
Red Band & Ester Rada – Should I Stay Or Should I Go
Shakira – Whenever, Wherever
James Blunt – Bonfire Heart
Teapacks feat. Alma Zak – Flower of the Hoods (Perach Haschonnot)
Dana International – There Are Girls (Yeshnan Banot)
Enrique Iglesias – Bailamos
Photo by US Dept. of State