Episode Archives

The “Making & Breaking History” Edition

Are diaspora Jews “revolting” against Bibi’s planned annexation? Is a cemetery that stopped being a cemetery more than 100 years ago still a cemetery? Has the time come to focus on the Haganah’s darkest deeds?

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Kol Cambridge’s 10 Year Aliyahversary Special

Host Samuel Green, aka DJ Antithesis, reminisces on the songs that impacted him over his ten years in Israel.

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Adania Shibli’s “Minor Detail”

Originally published in Arabic, “Minor Detail” centers around a brutal crime — the 1949 rape and murder of a young Bedouin girl, in the Negev, during the Israeli War of Independence. Decades later, a young woman in Ramallah becomes obsessed with the events surrounding the crime and begins to dig for details.

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Europe in the Middle East: The Imperfect Storm

How can the EU cope with the ruinous wars in Syria, Yemen and Libya, in a field full of foreign powers, and still tow a clear line on the Israeli Palestinian conflict? Muriel Asseburg makes sense of the quagmire and offers policy ideas for a mission that can look impossible.

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Virtually Palestine

What do we have to learn from virtual visits to virtual Palestine on our smartphones?

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Through American Eyes

Why was Bernie Sanders the main speaker at this week’s big anti-annexation demonstration in Rabin Square?

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Unsettled!

Settler leaders oppose Israel’s annexation of any towns in the West Bank? Is this bizarro world? Are dogs cats? Is up down?

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“The View from Over There” Edition

Settler leaders oppose Israel’s annexation in the West Bank? Why was Bernie Sanders the main speaker at a demonstration in Rabin Square? What can we learn from virtual visits to virtual Palestine?

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We’ve All Got Our Limits

The word גבול means border, boundary and limit. Its root provides us words like restrictions, limitations, and disabilities. So how would we say, “this offer is available for a limited time only”? Guy explains.

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My People, Our History

Rashid Khalidi, a leading historian of the Palestinian national movement, weaves his family history into a century of the Palestinian national struggle against Israel and international forces seeking to thwart self-determination in his new book.

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