So many paintings, songs, poems, sculptures, site exhibits, and plays have been made since October 7. But why?
Gender’s gotten weird (even weirder than usual) in this war. Miriam Schler, Executive Director of the Tel Aviv Sexual Assault Crisis Center, joins us to make sense of it
What is the answer to the question, “Why not stop the war right now?”
If the two goals of the war – crushing Hamas and returning the captives home – turn out to be at odds, what should Israel do?
More people have applied for a gun license in the past month than in the prior decade. Should we be worried?
Should our papers, shows and sites be showing and telling us more about the suffering of Gazans, when we have so much pain of our own to come to grips with?
Can we still rally around our Prime Minister, even now?
What can Israelis learn from October 7 about the prospect of peace with Palestinians?
Is our hostage crisis driving us towards our government (as such things often do), or away from it?
The span of time we have now waited for Israel to counter-attack Hamas is now longer than the entire Yom Kippur War. How much longer can we stay in this strange and terrible in-between period without going crazy?