Election Overdose, episode 9: The new Israeli right-wing, what are the chances Gantz drops out, who pledged allegiance to Bibi and who's preparing a voting fraud conspiracy theory for the day after?
Now it's official: the Jewish National Fund is buying land in the West Bank - thanks to an alliance of ultra-Orthodox and rightists. PLUS: The fake sheikh who tried to buy Israel's most racist soccer team
What's the Russian vote in Israel, why does it mainly go for the right-wing, and what was PM Benjamin Netanyahu trying to achieve in his rare prime-time TV interview? Election Overdose podcast – episode 8
Labor was on the brink of extinction only a couple of weeks ago. Now it’s Meretz’s turn to signal polling distress. Why are Israel’s old parties of the left, once in power, now on life-support?
While he's waiting for the new U.S. president to call, Israel's prime minister has more pressing matters to think about: Iran, the ICC, an election and a trial.
On episode six of Election Overdose podcast: What’s the life-span of a new center-left party in Israel? Why has Netanyahu embraced the Jewish supremacists? And which of the parties are in danger of extinction?
The internet giants didn't 'save democracy' by dumping Trump - and the Biden Administration is planning to clip their wings. What does that mean for Israel?
Election Overdose podcast, episode 5: Will COVID clashes have a wider effect on Israel's election? Can newly elected Labor leader make something better out of the worst job in politics? Plus: some last-minute predictions
As the pandemic forces Israel to close its airspace, the prime minister still refuses to pay the price needed to make Haredim toe the Coronavirus line.
Election Overdose podcast, episode 4: Can the never-Trumpers do for Gideon Sa’ar what they did for Joe Biden and could Israel eventually see two parties led by women?
PODCAST: Fundamentalist Israel Is No Longer Jewish, Says Avrum Burg. On Jewish Supremacy, Democracy and Diaspora
Former Jewish Agency chairman says he wants no part in Israel's 'new Judaism,' which ignores minorities and undermines democracy.
New hopeless parties are appearing like mushrooms, old centrist parties are collapsing, and the fourth election in a row may not solve anything. LISTEN to our weekly Election Overdose Podcast – episode 3
After unprecedented violence in Washington takes five lives and further darkens Trump's legacy, Netanyahu’s close alliance with the president turns from asset to liability. Listen to Dan Shapiro and Ben Samuels
Will the Capitol Hill storming be felt in Jerusalem? Can the COVID vaccination drive make voters forget the government’s shambles? And will Netanyahu win over Israeli Arabs? Haaretz’s Election Overdose Podcast – episode 2
Israel embarks on its fourth election in two years. This time you won’t have to face it alone: Join Anshel Pfeffer and Dahlia Scheindlin for a new weekly podcast
Incident near Tel Aviv is the 13th time protesters were pepper-sprayed during demonstrations since the weekly anti-corruption protests began last year