What the future prime minister of Israel had to say about his past and present homelands.
The former Israeli Knesset member joins us to talk about her new book on the Western indulgence that fuels delusions about the right of return.
Even though it takes liberties rendering the original text, a new Danish Bible breaks from anti-Semitic Christian replacement theology in a far clearer way than ever before.
Israel’s Labor Party—the political organization that erected the governing structures of the country—has now been reduced to a mere three seats in the Knesset. What happened?
Ultra-Orthodox Jews have been one of the hardest-hit groups in Israel and elsewhere. Why?
A look at the morale-raising expression of choice in today’s Jewish state.
Even while we currently adhere to responsible social distancing, the sheer wonder of acculturating into life in the Jewish state is far from wearing-off.
The noted author and political thinker drops by our studio to talk about his other passion: Israeli music and the ways it has shaped the country.
Three elections having led to inconclusive results, a fourth now looms. There’s another, smarter, more representative way.