Death, Tyranny & the Pursuit of Jihad in the U.S. Congress / The Promised Podcast

Why are English speakers becoming the darlings of the political class; Haaretz asks political party leaders what they think about religion & science.

Amos Ben Gershon

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Allison, Noah, and Don discuss three topics of incomparable importance, and end with an anecdote each about something in Israel that made them smile this week.

Death, Tyranny & the Pursuit of Jihad in the U.S. Congress
We discuss Prime Minister Netanyahu’s much-anticipated speech to the combined houses of the United States Congress. Did it accomplish anything with Iran? In the end, did it strengthen or weaken Netanhayu? How about Israel, the country he’s paid to captain?

Shakespeare vs. Shlonski: Does the Anglo vote matter?
Why are English speakers becoming the darlings of the political class? Is there really an “Anglo-Saxon” vote that carries any weight in Israel?

Our forefathers were Adam and Eve, not apes
Haartez asked political party leaders what they think about religion & science. While many supported science, Darwin wasn’t as popular as we thought.