Allison, Don, and Noah discuss journalist Mairav Zonszein’s New York Times op-ed, ‘How Israel Silences Dissent.’
Allison, Don, and Noah ask which speech was more depressing, and should we even care about what was said?
Unit 8200’s ‘refusenik’ letter exposed some Israeli intelligence practices some are finding very hard to swallow.
TLV1’s very own Rogel Alpher caused a stir in his recent Haaretz piece, in which he announced his reasons for wanting to emigrate from Israel.
Israel claims it owns his papers, but so does a German archive and an old lady on Spinoza Street in Tel Aviv. Nothing is more Kafka-esque than the story of his papers, chronicled in Benjamin Balint's “Kafka’s Last Trial: The Case of a Literary Legacy” https://t.co/jIGlcs3YFb
Bar Kokhba led a tragic and disastrous revolution against the Romans in the 2nd century. Why is he a Zionist hero today? https://t.co/QTbPRPFpXu
An ultra-Orthodox boycott threatens to close down a glass factory that keeps its furnaces glowing on Shabbat. Politics in the marketplace ain’t a bad thing in general, but what about when lots of jobs are on the line? https://t.co/qw2W0hWH2D