“The most important interview of my career.”
A brief history of Israel’s post-election panics.
David Ben-Gurion’s 18,000 books, and Menachem Begin’s many newspapers.
The meaning of the first majority-Orthodox government.
“Of course, I’m a true Israeli.”
These stones are not silent.
Why are Israelis so happy, and why do they have so many children?
How two bitter rivals came to “cherish” one another.
In the footsteps of Theodor Herzl.
In one album, the American country musician brought his listeners on a musical tour of Israel.
Israel’s sixth prime minister was a leader of consequence and achievement. But how does he relate to Israel’s origins?
How secular Zionism came to terms with religion.
The Osirak reactor and Menachem Begin.
The miracle of Jewish memory.