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Noah takes a break from scrolling and refreshing, to consider the songs of this war (which has produced more music than all of Israel’s past wars rolled into one), and what they say about the country and how it has changed over the years, and for the better.

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12 comments on “The “Song of War” Edition

  1. LS says:

    This was great, thank you! Is there a list of the songs you played somewhere? Or better yet, a playlist?!

      1. LS says:

        Thank you!

  2. Beautifully curated and expressed. Thank you

  3. Ann Wollner says:

    Hi Noah

    A great great inspiring episode.

    The songs written for the current war are inspiring and unifying. I wonder if any have been written in or adapted to English so that those in the galut who don’t speak Hebrew can be inspired and bolstered by music too.

  4. Laura pitt says:

    Please please please make a playlist of all these songs. Absolutely amazing and heartbreaking podcast.

  5. gillian says:

    What is the name of the Nunu song?

  6. Mark Novak says:

    Hi Noah
    If there is a Pulitzer for podcasts you deserve it for this offering. There has also been music created here in the US. I invite you to listen to Gesher Tzar M’od, which woke me early one morning and demanded to be brought forth.
    Praying for peace and sanity.

  7. Mark Novak says:

    If there is a Pulitzer for podcasts you deserve one for this beautiful offering.
    Here is my song, written from this part of our broken world. I invite you listen.
    Praying for peace and sanity.
    Chazak v’amatz

  8. Keren Mertens Horn says:

    Thank you for this gift.

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