This month’s snap election in the United Kingdom has been plagued by allegations that the opposition Labour Party and its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, have turned a blind eye to anti-Semitism. LISTEN FREE
Israel's longest-serving prime minister just became the first to face criminal charges while in office. Now he has to stave off a challenge to his leadership of Likud. LISTEN FREE
Why is Israel hosting a soccer match between Argentina and Uruguay? We discuss the politics behind the sport and the dilemma facing progressive fans. LISTEN FREE
Islamic Jihad has retaliated to the assassination of one of its top commanders by firing dozens of rockets at Israel. Amos Harel explains why and why now. LISTEN FREE
Why Netanyahu doesn't get to frame what's anti-Semitism, and why UK Jewish voters face a repellent choice at the polls in December. PLUS: Part 3 of #Israelex? LISTEN FREE
We took our tape recorder to Haaretz’s inaugural Judaism, Israel and Diaspora conference, and heard from Anshel Pfeffer, Isaac Herzog, Natan Sharansky and others. PLUS: David Makovsky talks Trump, peace and his new podcast on U.S.-Israeli relations.
What does the assassination of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi mean for the region, for the Kurds and for the organization itself? LISTEN FREE
With his capricious decision to withdraw from the Kurdish autonomous region, the U.S. president has proved once again that his country's allies in Middle East have good reason to fear betrayal. LISTEN FREE
Prime Minister Netanyahu urged Israelis to boycott the channels behind the TV show, which revisits one of the most traumatic periods in the country's recent history. LISTEN FREE
With no candidate able to secure a 61-seat majority in the Knesset, Israelis appear to be crawling toward a third general election in under a year. LISTEN FREE
Avigdor Lieberman and the unified Arab party hold all the cards, as coalition horse-trading begins, and the PM reportedly mulls resignation-for-immunity deal. LISTEN FREE
Ahead of Election Day II, we discuss Netanyahu's tactics, Lieberman's leverage, voter apathy and Trump's limp efforts to help his pal in Jerusalem. LISTEN FREE
Before Israelis head to the polls - again - Haaretz's editor says that Netanyhau is the only issue and that the status quo is here to stay. Listen FREE to our podcast
The prime minister might not want armed conflict with Iran or Hezbollah, but he’s openly gunning for the ‘treasonous’ Israeli media. LISTEN FREE
Denying media reports, senior State Department official dismissed talk of U.S.-brokered normalization as 'just another Israeli leak'