Distinguished Israeli journalist David Landau joins Gilad Halpern in the studio to discuss his recently published book ‘Arik: The Life of Ariel Sharon.’
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Dr Ron Pundak, one of the architects of the Oslo Accord, evaluates its strengths and weaknesses in paving the path towards Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, 20 years on.
There are hundreds of disused and converted synagogues in New York, one of the world’s most Jewish cities. One woman has gone on a mission to set the record straight
We talk to Gershon Baskin, the veteran peace activist who was instrumental in mediating between the Hamas and Israeli govenrments, which eventually brought about the release of Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit after more than five years in captivity.
The international Bio-Xplore project seeks to identify the clinical benefits of thousands of plants from all around the Mediterranean region. Prof. Bertold Friedlander, President of Jerusalem’s Hadassah College and a biotechnology professor tells us about it.
On our program this week, we talk to senior Haaretz columnist Ari Shavit about his new book, the highly acclaimed My Promised Land, and about the past, present and future of Zionism and the State of Israel.
Prof. Mari Fitzduff takes a comparative approach in studying the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, comparing it to the Northern Ireland conflict.
Gilad Halpern welcomes to the show Prof. Robert Wistrich, director of the Vidal Sassoon Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism at Hebrew University.