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Haaretz Weekly podcast
Your audio guide to Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World, hosted by Simon Spungin.
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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.
The prime minister's deafening silence on allegations of Jewish attacks against Palestinians is emboldening these lawless, racist vigilantes. Listen to our free podcast
Why do anti-occupation groups find it so hard to come together? Why are Israeli opposition parties – on the left and the right – coming apart? And will Netanyahu come to blows with the AG over graft charges? Listen to our free podcast.
Will the Bennett/Shaked breakaway party help or hinder the prime minister's bid for re-election? Will his friendship with President Trump be an asset or a liability? Plus – a rhetorical question inspired by Amos Oz
Haaretz editor-in-chief Aluf Benn says that by preempting both the attorney general and President Trump, the Israeli prime minister may have ensured victory in April's election. Listen for free
Israel's most controversial journalist says that the government's hysterical response to the boycott movement proves that it isn't winning this 13-year war - and defends his most recent op-ed.
A coalition of 50 feminist and women's organizations joined forces to bring thousands of Israeli women - Jews and Arabs alike - into the streets to protest government inaction.
After weeks of hints that a big military operation is in the offing, Israel has launched a broad operation against Hezbollah tunnels. A snap audio-analysis with Haaretz's senior military correspondent Amos Harel
The Israeli prime minister is quick to accuse critics of Israel of anti-Semitism, but doesn't seem to mind when his populist friends in Europe turn to 'the oldest hatred.' PLUS: A Hanukkah taste test with Tel Aviv's trendiest sufganiyot