The “A Song for Peace” Edition

From deep in summer doldrums, Noah tells the story of one song that is also, in a way, the story of Israel itself.


  • Lahakat ha-Nahal, Hufsha Reva Shenatit
  • Shalom Hanoch, Mashiah lo Bah
  • Lahakat ha-Nahal, Beheachzut ha-Nahal be-Sinai
  • Lehakat ha-Nahal, Shir La-Shalom
  • Shelomo Bar ve-ha-Breira ha-Tiv’it, Shir La-Shalom
  • Ahinoam Nini, Shir La-Shalom
  • Miri Aloni and Samir Shukri, Shir La-Shalom

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10 comments on “The “A Song for Peace” Edition

  1. Jonathan Wenig says:

    Loved this episode

    1. Susanne Schellaars says:

      Great episode, Noah! Loved it 👏👏

    2. Ellen Brull says:

      Loved this show!

  2. Susanne Schellaars says:

    Great episode, Noah! Loved it 👏👏

    1. Ellen Brull says:

      Loved this show!

  3. Eveline Alperowitch says:

    Kol ha Kavod!!!!

  4. Irving Slott says:

    I Was greatly moved, Noah. I shall try to spread it to others who may also be moved. I shall al
    ways remember it and what it stands for.

  5. Ezra Miller says:

    Noah, this was your best podcast ever. You covered much of the history of Israel that is close to me through having my Bar Mitzvah there and various visits thereafter and living there in the 1980s. I happened to be in Israel in the summer of 1995 for a business conference and a keynote speaker at one of the dinners was none other than Yitzhak Rabin. I chatted with him afterwards. In just a few months he would no longer be among the living. Noah, this podcast meant a lot to me and I thank you for it. (By the way, have you heard Yossi Klein HaLevy’s take on “Mekhakim HaMashiakh”, which is also a favourite of mine? Check it out.

  6. Geoffrey says:

    Noah – this is the most moving podcast in this series of the history of our Israel through the history of a song…. the second most moving wax your podcast on Dana International. You must continue. These are great.

  7. Ilana says:

    This was incredibly moving. I’m not ashamed to admit I cried.

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