Bernie, Bibi and the Brutal Occupation: Listen to Gideon Levy

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One week ahead of Israel's third election in less than a year, host Simon Spungin is joined by senior Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy.

Among the issues on today’s agenda:

Bernie, Bibi and the brutal occupation: Listen to Gideon LevyCredit: Haaretz Weekly Ep. 64

Bernie Sanders’ victory in Nevada and what a Sanders presidency could mean for Israel;

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s desperate efforts to cling onto power and the 'racists in disguise' who hope to unseat him;

And, how Israeli leaders from every party have – with the connivance of the public and the media – normalized the brutal occupation of 4.5 million Palestinians.

Recommended related reading:

The IDF Spirit: These Aren’t Human Beings. They’re Palestinians / Gideon Levy

Persecution in the spirit of the times / Editorial

We Arab Americans and Muslims are voting for Bernie. Because he's Jewish / Amer Zahr

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