The Promised Podcast – Segment

The Netanyahus

A Pulitzer Prize for a packs-a-punch parable about the parent of a past premier.

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How We Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Microchip

An old joke says: The food at that restaurant is terrible and the portions are too small! The Bank of Israel says: High-tech is tearing Israel apart, and we need more of it. Which one is funnier?

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Nakba

Nakba Day memorializes as a tragedy the day when a Jewish State was reborn after two thousand tumultuous, stateless years. What can an Israeli Jew say to that?

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Shireen Abu Akleh, Z”L

After Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian Al-Jazeera reporter, was shot and killed in cross-fire outside Jenin, everyone was sure they knew who pulled the trigger

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Then, Now

Can we, and should we, have a Holocaust Day that is not just Jewish but also Israeli?

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Shmandemic

Israel’s government ends the mask mandate and says: Lighten up, happy days are here again. Did the almost 4,000 people a day still getting COVID miss the memo?

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Violence Season

Is it inevitable that seasons of calm are replaced by seasons of violence, just as winter gives way to spring?

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As If We Left Egypt

What does it mean to “see ourselves as if we ourselves left Egypt,” in this moment of viruses and violences, of refugees and unrest

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