On today's show:
Host Simon Spungin talks to Esther Solomon, Haaretz.com’s opinion editor, and Chaim Levinson, the paper’s political correspondent, about two elections: the general election in the United Kingdom, where Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn can’t shake allegations of anti-Semitism; and the potential of a third election in Israel, where none of the candidates have thus far managed to forge a coalition.
We also touch on Israeli attitudes toward anti-Semitism, whether labelling anti-Israel criticism as “anti-Semitism” is aiding the apologists and, inevitably, the latest developments in the coalition horse trading.
Want to enjoy 'Zen' reading - with no ads and just the article? Subscribe todaySubscribe now