Ilene, Don and Noah discuss whether too much Jewish-Israeli solidarity over the war can be a bad thing.
Ilene, Don and Noah discuss how the war can and should be brought to an end.
Ilene, Noah and Eilon ask whether IDF casualties are causing us to question the decision to move the family to Israel.
Ilene, Noah and Eilon discuss the Israeli public reaction to showing empathy for the suffering of the other side.
Ilene, Noah and Eilon ask whether Israel’s military superiority is also its greatest weakness.
Don takes us into total darkness; Elon reminisces over Yaffa Yarkoni; Noah gets deep and meaningful over Vaclav Havel; and Don visits the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Emily talks about her experiences on the Israel Trail; Noah tells us about the time he tried to go skiing on Mt. Gilboa with his son.
Eilon talks about the sporty Strawberry family; Miriam reviews the film ‘Invisible’; and Noah introduces us to a very precocious couple of musicians.
Don discusses the Ethiopian holiday of Sigd; Eilon tells us about his very erudite taxi driver; and Noah reviews Shimon Peres’ biography of David Ben-Gurion.
Ilene, Noah and special guest Miriam Herschlag discuss whether we can still plan for peace in our bomb shelters.