Two European envoys discuss Eurovision's unifying character, the unique challenges of hosting the event in Israel and whether protests during the competition are legitimate. LISTEN FREE
Despite promises to 'restore peace and security,' Israel's newly re-elected prime minister is offering nothing more than the same old platitudes. LISTEN FREE
In his farewell pod appearance, Bradley Burston says that hopes for the Holy Land lie with young people on both sides realizing that their parents were idiots. LISTEN FREE
The state's draconian handling of religious observance in public spaces has angered secular Israelis for years. PLUS: What's going on with Netanyahu's coalition? LISTEN FREE
Sending hidden cameras into Arab polling stations was a deliberate attempt to scare off voters - and it worked a treat. LISTEN FREE
Israel's longest-serving prime minister just secured another term of office, using tactics perfected by despots and dictators. What happens next? LISTEN FREE
Just before the polls open in the Israeli general election, Prime Minister Netanyahu will do or say anything to remain in office - including promising to annex large parts of the West Bank. PLUS: Why Israel could face weeks of political stalemate. LISTEN FREE
The PM's image as Mr. Security has taken a bashing because of Gaza rockets - and his main contenders plan on taking full advantage. PLUS: The scent of 'Fascism.' LISTEN FREE
Haaretz's correspondent in the Occupied Territories says that every Palestinian has reason to remind Israelis that 4 million people live under the yoke of occupation. LISTEN FREE
If Moshe Feiglin wins four seats in the next Knesset, he could become the kingmaker who will decide the identity of Israel's next prime minister. LISTEN FREE
The Israeli prime minister's outreach to racist politicians has provoked a fierce backlash in the United States - and he could be losing touch with his Israeli base, too. LISTEN FREE
PLUS: The prize for most nauseating election ad of the week goes to…? LISTEN FREE
PLUS: Why the prime minister isn't guaranteed victory on April 9. Listen free.
Amnesty International tried to persuade online booking companies to stop listing sites in the West Bank. In response, Israel is trying to outlaw it. PLUS: The latest on the upcoming general election. Listen free.
Bradley Burston discusses his recent visit to the West Bank and how he's resolved not to remain silent; PLUS: Danielle Ziri reports from the Women's March. Listen free.
In Hungary, it's 'Soros.' In Austria, it's 'Silberstein.' They play the same role: the phantom Jew controlling a far larger, darker conspiracy, and not just for the far right: Austria's Chancellor has joined the blame game too
The right to freedom of movement applies to Jews only and is translated into a regime of prohibitions and permits, set up by Israel