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For richer or poorer, for better or verse – The Promised Podcast‏

Is Tel Aviv winning the European basketball championship “proof that Zionism has failed?” Should the minimum wage be boosted by a third? Why is Israel awash with poetry? Plus, new searing protest music by David Broza!

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Michael “Mikado” Warschawski: an Israeli anti-Zionist activist – Journeys

Veteran anti-Zionist activist Michael “Mikado” Warschawski tells us about the path that led him to radical social movement “Mazpen” and his work against the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories.

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The conflict? There’s an app for that now – The Promised Podcast‏

An iPhone app that puts the dispossession of Palestinian homes and villages into your pocket? Declaring the Talmud as “the basis of the Israeli legal system”? Is Israel on the way to becoming ungovernable? All on this week’s Promised Podcast!

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Learning to live independently with autism – Journeys

Walter Solomon tells Rogel Alpher his incredible family story: how his son learned to live independently with autism.

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A lawyer who works for justice beyond the court – Journeys

Human rights lawyer and activist Emily Schaeffer has been a champion of the oppressed and under-privileged, fighting for various causes inside and outside the courtroom.

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Drawing lines & drawing conclusions – The Promised Podcast‏

Why is the American Jewish Establishment keeping J-Street out of the club? And why are “alternative” ceremonies pissing off the Israeli Jewish establishment?

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Rogel Alpher with conductor Gisele Ben-Dor — Journeys

Described by renowned critics as “a ferocious talent” and “a tremendous musician,” Uruguay-born orchestra conductor Gisele Ben-Dor has made a name for herself in what is still almost entirely a man’s world.

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The secret life of Holocaust survivor Menachem Alter Einhorn — Journeys

Coming out of the ashes of the Holocaust, many survivors chose to leave their old lives behind and start anew. Menachem Alter Einhorn refused to do so. After the war ended, he desperately searched for his wife and children. But after coming to the conclusion that they’d been killed, he remarried and started a new family. As it turned out, he may have jumped the gun.

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