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Will religious Jewish voters tip the scales in Israel's elections? With just 25 days to go and each electoral bloc desperate for the final push to reach a 61-seat majority, Israel's national religious community faces surprisingly tough choices. Which parties could be attractive to moderate religious right-wing voters in Israel? Why did the ultra-na…
 
Will religious Jewish determine the results in Israel's election? With just 25 days to go and each electoral bloc desperate for the final push to reach a 61-seat majority, Israel's national religious community faces surprisingly tough choices. Which parties could be attractive to moderate religious right-wing voters in Israel? Why did the ultra-nat…
 
Former U.S. president Donald Trump divided the Jewish community and American Jews from Israel “just like he divided his political party, he divided his White House staff and he divided even his own family,” says Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for the New York Times on the latest episode of Haaretz Weekly. Sowing discord was no “unfort…
 
All eyes are on Arab voters, as the Israeli election campaign begins in earnest. In the final hours before last week's deadline for finalizing party slates, the Joint List disintegrated, leaving three different parties to compete for the votes of Palestinian citizens of Israel. But the Joint List breakdown could also demoralize those voters so badl…
 
All eyes are on Arab voters, as the Israeli election campaign begins in earnest. In the final hours before last week's deadline for finalizing party slates, the Joint List disintegrated, leaving three different parties to compete for the votes of Palestinian citizens of Israel. But the Joint List breakdown could also demoralize those voters so badl…
 
As the Jewish year 5782 comes to a close, we devote the first half of this week's Haaretz Weekly to discussing the biggest stories of the outgoing year – from Israel's short-lived “government of change” to the Jewish aspects of the war in Ukraine. Haaretz Deputy Editor Noa Landau joins host Amir Tibon in the studio, and they also discuss the happy …
 
As Israeli parties submit their final lists of candidates to the Central Election Commission, the latest episode of Election Overdose goes deep into the emerging battlefield. Why has Benjamin Netanyahu added new names to Likud's list? Who are the potential voters of the far-right Religious Zionism party? And what does the drama surrounding the Join…
 
When Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein began work on the documentary series “The US and the Holocaust” together with acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns, they, like other Americans, shared the common belief that America only rescued a small fraction of Europe’s Jews because it was unaware of the systematic Nazi extermination in real time. But, as they tell …
 
On September 15th, Israeli parties must submit their final lists of candidates and be inscribed in the book of parties for the upcoming election. One week from now, parties of the left and right that have been flirting with merging or splitting must make a final decision. Will the ultra-Orthodox United Torah Judaism split into two factions and what…
 
On September 15th, Israeli parties must submit their final lists of candidates and be inscribed in the book of parties for the upcoming election. One week from now, parties of the left and right that have been flirting with merging or splitting must make a final decision. Will the ultra-Orthodox United Torah Judaism split into two factions and what…
 
As talks between Iran and world powers over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program continue, Israel is facing a difficult choice between bad and worse options. Should it accept a flawed deal in order to postpone a potential confrontation with Tehran? Or should it ring every alarm bell and try to stop the emerging deal, even if that means risking a …
 
Our guest this week is Member of Knesset Yossi Shain, who joins the podcast to discuss how Yisrael Beitenu, his party, is preparing for the November 1 election. Shain argues that the secular right-wing party led by Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman represents 'the true right-wing' in Israel, unlike the religious and far-right alliance of parties t…
 
Our guest this week is Member of Knesset Yossi Shain, who joins the podcast to discuss how Yisrael Beitenu, his party, is preparing for the November 1 election. Shain argues that the secular right-wing party led by Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman represents 'the true right-wing' in Israel, unlike the religious and far-right alliance of parties t…
 
What lies behind the charm offensive launched by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan toward Israel that has resulted in the restoration of full diplomatic ties between the two countries last week, and how long will the honeymoon last? Dr. Gallia Lindenstrauss, a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies, and an expert…
 
On this episode of Election Overdose, we ask if the famous rule of American elections, is finally making its way to Israel as well. Our guest Karnit Flug, former governor of the Bank of Israel, now at the Israel Democracy Institute and a professor at Hebrew University, breaks down myth and reality about the non-political economics of Israel. Why do…
 
On this episode of Election Overdose, we ask if the famous rule of American elections, is finally making its way to Israel as well. Our guest Karnit Flug, former governor of the Bank of Israel, now at the Israel Democracy Institute and a professor at Hebrew University, breaks down myth and reality about the non-political economics of Israel. Why do…
 
After a series of dramatic decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court, the “wall between church and state is almost completely eroded,” warns our guest Dahlia Lithwick, a senior journalist at Slate and legal commentator for MSNBC. In a conversation with host Allison Kaplan Sommer, she highlights two recent cases decided by the new conservative court major…
 
The week began with a ceasefire ending the three-day violent escalation between Israel and Islamic Jihad in Gaza. Now, with the border quiet again, we ask if Israelis have already forgotten the rockets fired at them and the perceived skillful handling of this crisis by prime minister Yair Lapid, and more importantly, will they remember Gaza at all …
 
On this week's episode, Haaretz's national security analyst Amos Harel joins the podcast to discuss the dramatic events in Israel and Gaza. Why did Israel strike the Iran-backed Islamic Jihad organization, and why is Hamas, the most powerful group in Gaza, staying out of this round of fighting? Amos explains the behind-the-scenes dynamic between Is…
 
With just under three months to go before the election, Haaretz’s Election Overdose podcast asks the million dollar question: can we, and should we, trust the polls? What are they worth at this point in time, and do they really serve the public, or are they misleading voters in the service of murky political interests? Also on this episode, we ask …
 
Before Shtisel and Unorthodox became Netflix hits, writer and director Rama Burshtein-Shai was pulling back the curtain on life and love in the ultra-Orthodox community. Following Burshtein’s internationally acclaimed films “Fill the Void” and “The Wedding Plan,” comes her first venture into television, “Fire Dance.” On Haaretz Weekly, she talks to…
 
Israeli politicians are making up for a slow summer news cycle by issuing promises almost daily about which parties they will or will not accept as future coalition partners. With several parties each rejecting several others, can Israel ever form a government? Or does the long list of coalition-building pledges simply reveal how many of these vows…
 
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