Episode 145 – Battling Antisemitism on US Campuses

Episode 145 – Battling Antisemitism on US Campuses

Let’s say you’re an adrenaline junkie, there’s tons of extreme activities that will get your heart pounding to whatever level your heart desires. You can bungee jump off a bridge, swim with sharks in the open sea, or jump out of a plane… without a parachute. Or...
Episode 146 – An Israeli Journalist in the Heart of Syria

Episode 146 – An Israeli Journalist in the Heart of Syria

Civil war. Child soldiers. Sex slaves. Underground torture chambers. And an army of women rebels. This probably sounds like the stuff of a dystopian sci-fi film to you. But the tragic truth is that this a reality, today.Northern Syria. 2014. The lives of the citizens...
Episode 147 -The NFL Player Who Converted to Judaism And Made Aliyah

Episode 147 -The NFL Player Who Converted to Judaism And Made Aliyah

Here are some things that don’t go together. Caviar and Cheetos. Dostoevsky and Six Flags. Jews and the NFL. But just like there’s probably someone, somewhere who likes cheetos with their caviar, and another person who read Crime and Punishment on a roller coaster,...
Episode 148 – Is the Israeli Justice System Unjust?

Episode 148 – Is the Israeli Justice System Unjust?

Talia Einhorn’s career wasn’t a walk in the park. As an accomplished law professor, she wrote countless articles and studies on important topics revolving around Israeli and international law. She’s also been serving as a member of the Advisory Committee for the...

Episode 149 – The TLV Street Food Scene

Everybody knows the old joke about Jewish holidays. Basically, all Jewish holidays boil down to: They tried to kill us. We survived. Let’s eat.Food and Jews is a millennia old romance. And if you visit Israel today, there’s no question that that romance has produced a...
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