Hanukkah is usually all about the oil; find out why Jews in the Middle Ages ate cheese to mark the holiday. Plus hear all Israel's latest food news.
Ke’ilu is one of the words you’ll hear most on the streets of Tel Aviv. It means ‘as if,’ but lots of Israelis use it in the same way we use ‘kinda,’ or ‘like’ in English.
Doug Altabef says the desire to contribute to the building of a young country was enough to persuade his family to make the move from New York to Israel.
Allison, Don, and Noah discuss the movement to get ultra-Orthodox women on the ballot, how the Left plans to make peace, and whether the elections will make any difference.