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Noah Efron, Don Futterman, and Ha’aretz International Director Charlotte Halle discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.
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Take from us our tired, our poor, our huddled masses yearning to breathe free
Israel contemplates paying $8,500 a head for African asylum seekers to leave for Rwanda. Is this solving a thorny problem, or indulging an ugly xenophobia?
Losing our Religion?
Has Israel’s left “forgotten what it means to be Jews,” as the new head of the Labor Party says?
The End of the Zooish People?
Tel Aviv is closing all its zoos and petting zoos, because they are inhumane and harmful to animals. But isn’t something crucial lost when kids grow up seeing no animals besides dogs, cats, pigeons and rats.
Music: Music by Avior Malasa, off his new, eponymous debut album.
Makom Leshinui (with Noa Kirel)