The Promised Podcast

The “losing faith” edition – The Promised Podcast

Why Israel has frozen Palestinian funds; how Israelis are losing faith in their institutions; whether Israel’s democratic primaries are really democratic.

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The “Crucial, last-chance, decisive watershed” edition – The Promised Podcast

Are these the most important elections in Israel’s history? What makes Naftali Bennett tick? Plus our ‘Person, Place or Thing of the Year.’

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The “give peace a deadline” edition – The Promised Podcast

We discuss the Palestinian proposal that puts a deadline on peace, Eli Yishai’s new party, and an irking campaign promoting Shabbat observance.

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The “e pluribus screw ’em” edition – The Promised Podcast‏

We discuss the coming together of the center-left parties, Moshe Feiglin’s odd amalgam of views, and whether ‘privatizing’ BDS is a good idea.

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Woman of valor, who will elect? – The Promised Podcast‏

We discuss the movement to get ultra-Orthodox women on the ballot, how the Left plans to make peace, and whether the elections will make any difference.

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The ‘pall of the poll’ edition – The Promised Podcast‏

Allison, Don, and Noah discuss the elections that are apparently around the corner; an alternative to the ‘Jewish State’ bill; and Women Wage Peace.

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Much a-Jew about nothing – The Promised Podcast‏

Allison, Don, and Noah discuss the ‘Jewish State’ bill; a potential ‘Likud’ for the Left; and the sad case of a judge who dodged ‘the second assault.’

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Squirmin’ on the Mount – The Promised Podcast‏

Allison, Noah, and Miriam Herschlag discuss Jews praying on Temple Mount, Henry Kissinger’s latest comments on Mid East peace, and the crumbling coalition.

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The ‘Jewesses with Guns’ Edition – The Promised Podcast‏

This week: the impact of recent terror attacks; modernizing a biblical economic plan; and a twisted view of Jewish women with guns.

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The “What’s Red and Blue got to do with Blue and White?” Edition – The Promised Podcast‏

This week: Prime Minister Netanyahu’s unmasked hope that Republicans capture the US Senate, and whether we won’t pay a price for his partisan enthusiasm; the call of 106 Generals to initiate a regional peace process; and the impact of new rules that liberalize conversion.

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