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Were we ever socialist? The rise and fall of Israeli corporatism
Jonathan Preminger has just completed his PhD at Ben-Gurion University, which is dedicated to labor struggles and representation in post-corporatist Israel. Israel of the early decades has often been lauded as a socialist paradise, but we hear a different story.
The origins of Jewish charity
Dr. Yael Wilfand, a lecturer at the Department of History, Philosophy and Judaic Studies at the Open University and a research fellow at the University of Aix-Marseille in France, talks about the very early origins of the core Jewish value of charity.
Ninet Tayeb – Ma Kara
Eti Ankri – Milinom
Mr. Bungle – Sweet Charity