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

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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.”
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.” Credit: Meged Gozani
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