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Updated May 2020
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Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
 
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Allison Kaplan Sommer, Noah Efron and wunderkind critic Ohad Zeltzer-Zubida discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --J’Accuse?, Non, J’Accuse!-- As his corruption trial begin, PM Netanyahu’s supporters take to the streets to say their leader is a latter day …
 
In Hebrew, תרגיל means an exercise. This episode includes many תרגילים, of all kinds. Guy also explains the difference between לְ and לַ. And as a bonus: a song in Ladino, the language of the Spanish Jews. Send Guy your audio message guy@tlv1.fm Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode New Words and Expressions: Targil – Exercise – תרגיל Ta…
 
Nancy Sinkoff, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and History and the academic director of the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life at Rutgers University, discusses her new book From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, The New York Intellectuals and the Politics of Jewish Life, recounting her life on the cusp between Europe and America, an…
 
We’ve got many songs in honor of Jerusalem day as well as brand new top-of-the-charts tunes. Playlist: Yamim Tovim (Yom Haatzmaut 2020) – Subliminal HaZman Shelanu w Itai Levi – Eden Ben Zaken Lo Nafsik Lashir – Regev Hod Kmo Tinok Ba’Olam – Bubi Rajalo Alef Nun Bet Yud – Ann B Mafchid – Noi Fadlon Mi Yagid Li – Daniel Yafe Nutella – Mai Kriti Choz…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --The Vision of No Vision-- Prime Minister Netanyahu and Alternate Prime Minister Gantz set out their visions for the future in the first meeting of Israel’s new gover…
 
This week is the last week of Ramadan, which began on April 23rd and will ends Saturday, May 23. To acknowledge those who are fasting in isolation and heat, this episode features Mahmoud Darwish’s aptly titled collection, In the Presence of Absence, translated by Sinan Antoon. Text: Mahmoud Darwish In the Presence of Absence. Translated by Sinan An…
 
‘Eich omrim be-ivrit?’ means ‘how do you say in Hebrew?’. Today Guy explains the impersonal in Hebrew. What linguistic tools do we have to say generic things about everybody and anyone? Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of This Episode New Words and Expressions: Guf stami – The Impersonal (gramm.) – גוף סתמי Matchilim me-chadash – Starting anew – מת…
 
Prof. Dani Filc of Ben Gurion University continues our populism and democracy series by shining the spotlight on Israel. With comparative global context, he asks how Israeli political populism differs from all others, or does it differ? What other countries share similar qualities in their own populist movements? And he has surprising answers. This…
 
The pandemic has transformed, perhaps forever, how we experience the most banal of activities, whether it’s a trip to the supermarket or a walk in the neighborhood. In this episode, we hear from ToI’s opinion editor Miriam Herschlag about why she keeps muttering “amen” on her evening jogs in Jerusalem, and from Ann Bar-Dov on her epic journey to pi…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Noah Efron and wunderkind critic Ohad Zeltzer-Zubida discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --Big Government-- Israel’s new government is the largest in history, with 36 ministers. But can we expect big things from it? --Court TV?-- Wh…
 
This is the second episode on the Hebrew word מלא (malé), meaning full. Derived from מלא is the slang word מלאנתלפים (malantalafim). What does it mean and how do we say “a stuffed eggplant”? Guy gives a full explanation. Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of This Episode New Words and Expressions: “Shesh-esré mal’u la-na’ar” – The boy has reached the…
 
Dr Zohar Maor, lecturer in history at Bar Ilan University and co-editor of the new volume Nationalism and Secularization, discusses new views on the crux of political modernity, and old views revisited. This season is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democratic, and liberal values in the social discourse…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. Non-Judgmental The Supreme Court rules that Benjamin Netanyahu is allowed to form the next government, and serve at its head, even though he goes to trial in two weeks…
 
Noam Shuster was having her dream year on a fellowship at Harvard when the pandemic shut down her world. The 33 year-old Israeli comedian flew back to her Jewish-Arab coexistence community near Jerusalem and, on the way, contracted what became a severe case of COVID-19. Listen to the story of her stint in the hospital followed by a stay in a “coron…
 
Marcela reads from Karen Alkalay-Gut’s A Word in Edgewise: Ladies From the Bible Tell Their Tales, published by Simple Conundrum Press. The bible devotes quite a bit of space to the minds of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob — we know how they feel, what makes them angry or happy; we hear about their arguments with God. Through her poetry, …
 
In Hebrew, מלא (malé) means full, just like how we feel after eating too many french fries. So what does the phrase מודה בפה מלא, literally, I admit with a full mouth, mean? On this episode, Guy explains the root מ.ל.א Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode New Words and Expressions: Malé, mele’ah – Full – מלא, מלאה “Ani zocher be-leilot …
 
The European Union treats Israel like the closest of cousins. However, the EU remains vexed by the atrophied peace process, and seeks measures to push the sides to end their conflict. But can EU’s current response be effective? Hugh Lovatt of the European Council on Foreign Relations explains the EU dilemmas regarding Israel, Palestine and an elusi…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Noah Efron and Wunderkind critic Ohad Zeltzer-Zubida discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --Gradually, and then Suddenly-- Who killed Israel’s Labor Party? --Art or Death-- Should the government support the arts like it supports the …
 
Israel and the European Union were both founded following World War II – Israel would protect the Jews and the EU would inoculate the continent from another war. Yet their relationship with each other has been uneven: robust economic ties are beset by political tension. Dr. Maya Sion of Hebrew University explains why. This episode is part of a seri…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --The Coalition Proposition: A Road to Perdition?-- Is the coalition agreement that PM Netanyahu and Lieutenant-General Benny Gantz just signed the end of democracy as…
 
On this episode, Marcela reads from Sayed Kashua’s fourth, and latest novel, Track Changes. The novel was published in December by Grove Press. Kashua’s protagonist is a nameless “I” who shares considerable biographical overlaps with the author. This suggests, perhaps even implies, the so-called truth of Kashua’s first-person fiction. Yet his chara…
 
What are your plans for the weekend? What are your plans for next year? Planning anything? Was this planned? Hey, any plans? On this episode, Guy explains the Hebrew root ת.כ.נ and how to say that something was unplanned. Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode New Words and Expressions: Ten li koach – Give me strength – תן לי כוח Tochnit …
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Noah Efron and Wunderkind critic Ohad Zeltzer-Zubida discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --No Go Tiations-- Why, O Why, can’t Israel form a friggin’ government? --Six Physicists, Two Computer Scientists, an Engineer, an Economist an…
 
On this episode, true stories of neighbors finding ways out of isolation to join together, why home confinement was better during the 1st Gulf War, and of the realization that you’ve got to crack a few eggs to make an omelet. The WhyWhyWhy! Podcast is a collaboration between The Times of Israel and TLV1 Podcasts. New story submissions are welcome. …
 
The Hebrew word כוח means power, strength, or energy. Other than the frequently used saying, אין לי כוח, there are other words and expressions that we must cover, like “super powers,” “evil forces” and “gravity.” Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode New Words and Expressions: Ten li koach – Give me strength – תן לי כוח Yesh bi od koach …
 
Ronnie Perelis, Associate Professor of Sephardic Studies and the director of the Rabbi Arthur Schneier Program for International Affairs, discusses his book Narratives from the Sephardic Atlantic, a collective biography of three Iberian crypto Jews in the late 16th and 17th centuries. This season is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --Not With a Bang, but With a Tweet-- Labor head Amir Peretz tweets that he’s merging his party into Blue & White, killing off once and for all the party of David Ben …
 
While a few regions of Israel had eggs aplenty, many others were left scrounging. The great Passover egg hunt was on. After Miriam Herschlag took to Facebook seeking ideas for replacing the egg on her seder plate (eliciting suggestions of a chocolate egg, lentils, rice, caviar, a plastic egg, avocado, a photo of an egg, and 80 more ideas), relief a…
 
With huge thanks to our patrons and to the ROI Community, Kol Cambridge is back! Escape with us on a journey through Israeli music – with no mention of current affairs – with brand new releases from Static & Ben-El, Omer Adam, Lior Narkis, Itai Levi and many others. You will not want to pass-over this show. Playlist: Feker Libi - Eden Alene Boom Bo…
 
How do we say the words contagious and infect in Hebrew, and how are they related to the Hebrew word for glue? Bonus: We’ll learn how to say sticky rice! Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode New Words and Expressions: Devek - Glue - דבק Hu nidbak be-Corona - He was infected with Corona - הוא נדבק בקורונה Yesh sham nidbakim - There are i…
 
Why are young Israeli Jews, three generations after the Holocaust, moving to Germany in droves? Who are they, how do they explain their choices, and what are the reactions back home? What does the trend say about both Israel and Germany? Political scientist Hadas Cohen asked them. This season is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, wh…
 
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Noah Efron and Wunderkind critic Ohad Zeltzer-Zubida discuss two topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. --What Gantz Wants, or Is Gantz a Shvantz?-- Benny Gantz promised one thing -- ONE THING! -- in the last election campaign: that he would never, …
 
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