Spotlight

The pall of the poll

Israel’s last elections were in January 2013, and now, it seems, the smoke-filled rooms have spoken: We’ll be heading to the polls again very soon.

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Sayed Kashua: An examination of Arab-Israeli identity

Hear an excerpt from Kashua’s novel ‘Second Person Singular,’ which examines the identity of Arab Israelis who have assimilated into mainstream Israeli culture.

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‘Peace train’ no more?

TLV1’s Lissy Kaufmann went to find out if Arabs and Jews are now avoiding the monorail in light of recent deadly attacks.

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Jews and Arabs driven apart in ‘The Swimming Race’ – Israel in Translation

Marcela Sulak introduces us to Benjamin Tammuz’s short story ‘The Swimming Race,’ which appears in the anthology ’50 Stories from Israel.’

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The guy fighting to export Israeli music – Journeys

“My vision is to do what Bjork did for Iceland or what Abba did for Sweden,” says Jeremy Hulsh, the founder and managing director of Israel’s Oleh! Records.

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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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