The Promised Podcast

Give peace a policy

Former Ambassador to the US Michael Oren challenged Labor leader Isaac Herzog on his policy towards the Palestinians and the peace process.

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Woman of valor, who will elect?

We discuss the campaign to get ultra-Orthodox women on the ballot for the upcoming elections, which encourages people not to vote for religious parties that don’t allow women to run.

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This is how women wage peace

The Women Wage Peace group held its official inaugural event last week, a remarkable train-caravan of 700 women to the embattled southern town of Sderot.

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Equality enshrined?

Hilik Bar submitted a bill that would enshrine the language of equality in Israel’s Declaration of Independence as a Basic Law.

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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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A ‘Likud’ for the Left?

Is it really possible for the entire center-left to join together into a single ‘super-party,’ as the center-right did in 1973 with the formation of’Likud?

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Dodging ‘the second assault’

Miriam Shler discusses the disturbing case of the judge who refused to press charges against her rapist, avoiding what feminists call ‘the second assault.’

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Much a-Jew about nothing

Could the ‘Jewish State’ bill help reaffirm the principle of national self-determination, or could it turn Israel into a discriminatory ethnocracy?

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Henry Kissinger’s “peace later”

In his acceptance speech for a recent award, Henry Kissinger said that Jews and Palestinians can’t settle their problems while the Mid-East is in disarray.

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