Airbnb kicked Jewish settlers off their site: A courageous political stand or a craven and hypocritical singling out of Israel for censure?
The Promised Podcast
Israel’s biggest peace movement is run by women who say that “motherhood” is a moral and political tool that, if used right, might end more than a century of strife between Jews and Palestinians. Might the complications of family cut through the complications of our conflict?
Israel’s right-wing Defense Minister resigns over the cease-fire with Hamas, and its right-wing Education Minister and Justice Minister almost do the same. Is Israel’s right experiencing a dark night of the soul?
Leftists use whistles, stadium horns and vuvuzelas to drown out right-wing speakers at the 23rd annual memorial of Rabin’s assassination. Why has the left become more combative about our slain Prime Minister’s legacy?
We discuss what some see as a ham-handed and insulting attempt on the part of Israeli politicians to turn the mass-murder in Pittsburgh into an opportunity to suck up to President Donald Trump.
What else can Israelis and Palestinians learn from Northern Ireland? So so much, says Rev. Gary Mason, who devoted his life to finding peace among Protestants and Catholics.
What can Israelis and Palestinians learn from Northern Ireland? A lot, says former First Minister Peter Robinson, who devoted his life to finding peace among Protestants and Catholics.