The greatest testament to Zionism’s triumph.
Remembering Chaim Topol.
And their betrayal during World War II.
Two top Israeli observers examine the dominant Jewish personalities in Israel today, and how they compare to the ideas of pre-state Zionist writers.
He was not Bob Hope on a USO tour.
The author of a new book arguing that Israel is the lodestar of Jewish life even for Jews in the Diaspora joins us to talk about his argument.
Country music from the Negev.
In the Diaspora itself, you can visit a Jewish museum and forget that Judaism is a religion.
Now in English.
Three decades ago, a million emigres from Eastern Europe arrived in Israel, increasing its population by 20 percent almost overnight and changing its culture forever. What’s their story?
The Jews Are Coming.
From Homeland to Tehran.
“The self-assured informality of Israeli audiences in shorts and khaki shirts, score in hand, immediately enchanted him.”
A look at the morale-raising expression of choice in today’s Jewish state.