Rona Kenan. “There is a tension that’s always there: Between the desire to be part of a struggle for change, and the understanding that I’m not sure I have the strength to be out there.” Meged Gozani

An Israeli Rock Star Tries to Figure Out Where Zionism Went Wrong

On the cusp of 40, soft-spoken musician Rona Kenan, daughter of the mercurial leftist Amos Kenan, has come out with a hard-wrought album. In it she looks beyond her own private walls to ask poignant questions about why life is so alienating and chaotic today

At one point in our conversation, Rona Kenan tells me: I m not a radical person. I m someone who looks for the glue, not the scissors.

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