PART 1: Wonder what to make of the recent resolution by UNESCO chastising Israel for its treatment of Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, while ignoring Jewish affinities to the same sites?
PART 2: Is the lovely dream of nuance too naive an ambition to truly attain?
PART 3: Is this the kind of museum we want and need at this fraught moment in our history?
Repeat the mantra: I will become a fluent Hebrew speaker. But how do we say 'become' in Hebrew? 'Nihya,' which is passive of Hebrew verb 'lihyot,' or 'to be.'
PART 1: Could the Israeli Left be wrong about Bibi?
PART 2: Is Barack Obama 'the most impressive exponent of liberal Zionism today?'
PART 3: Do we care what our lawmakers believe? Should we?
'Fashla' and 'fadiha,' originally Arabic words, are used by Israelis to talk about embarrassing or awkward moments. Host Guy Sharett tells us not only how to avoid awful mess-ups, but also how to fry up the roots of these words in a sizzling Hebrew verb pan.
PART 1: On the complicated legacy of Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres - for the country and, especially, for the left.
PART 2: On Joint List leader Ayman Odeh's absence from Shimon Peres' funeral. What statement was he making and what can we learn from it?