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Allison, Don, and Noah discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.
“Never again” what? “Never again” why?
We discuss what lessons we Israelis should draw from the Holocaust, and what lessons we shouldn’t. Is there a different kind of Israeli exceptionalism to be found in the memory of the Holocaust?
Why do Israeli lawmakers propose more bills than lawmakers anywhere else on earth? Is this a good thing, making the country better in countless small ways, or is it a distracting side-show?
Ugly, ugly Israelis
We discuss the finger-pointing at Israelis who leave trash on beaches and in national parks, and whether or not it has racist undertones.
Songs of pain, loss, and destruction, in recognition of recording on Yom Ha-Shoah (Holocaust Memorial Day):
Shuli Rand – Eiyeka
Yehudah Poliker – Efer Ve-Avak
Aviv Geffen & Arik Einstein – Yoman Masa
Efrat Ghosh – Lir’ot Et Ha-Or