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Israelis mull if violence this week ‘worth it’ as life slowly returns to normal

Episode #11: Tol analysts Avi Issacharoff and Judah Ari Gross give update on Gaza flareup * Zalman Mlotek and Steven Skybell on why Yiddish version of 'Fiddler' is such a hit

November 15, 2019, 4:11 pm

Jews in Belgium expect already dire anti-Semitism problem to get worse, says AJC

Episode #10: AJC Transatlantic Institute's Daniel Schwammenthal gives a sobering debrief from Brussels * Former Israeli ambassador to China Matan Vilnai says ties will only grow

Lipstadt: Take anti-Semitism seriously ‘not just when there are dead bodies’

Episode #9: Deborah Lipstadt explains Jew-hatred in 2019 * Dr. Matthew Levitt on what Israel can expect from Lebanon protests * Raoul Wootliff breaks down Israeli coalition efforts

Don’t use ‘Pittsburgh’ as shorthand for US anti-Semitism, says federation head

Episode #8: Jeff Finkelstein debriefs a year after anti-Semite killed 11 * AJC's Avi Mayer dissects an unprecedented survey of US Jews on anti-Semitism in America

LISTEN: Architect of UN’s first anti-Semitism report says it is ‘long overdue’

Episode #7: UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion Dr. Ahmed Shaheed discusses why anti-Semitism is a unique hatred * TOI's Amanda Borschel-Dan dives deep into Pilgrims' Path

On an ancient road to the Temple, archaeological innovation, mystery and dispute

As they excavate 2,000-year-old Stepped Street under thriving Arab neighborhood, careful to avoid collapsing the homes above, are archaeologists bending, or recreating, the rules?

LISTEN: Germany in denial of its deep-rooted anti-Semitism, says AJC Berlin head

Episode #6: Post-Halle shooting, Remko Leemhuis pushes for security in Jewish communities * ToI's Raphael Ahren on Israel-Gulf relations * David Makovsky talks Israeli leadership

LISTEN: Zelensky and the Trump call — good for the Jews?

Episode #5: JTA's Cnaan Liphshiz delves into the Jewish angle to the current US crisis * Sole US blood libel case * Delving into powerful Yom Kippur prayer Kol Nidre's pull

LISTEN: Live from New York, it’s People of the Pod & special guest Joseph Cedar

Episode #4: The 'Our Boys' creator gives a behind-the-scenes look at his hit HBO series and ToI's Palestinian Affairs reporter talks about the Joint List's role in the elections

Director Cedar says PM calling ‘Our Boys’ anti-Semitic is ‘cynical and harmful’

At a live taping of AJC-TOI partnership podcast 'People of the Pod,' filmmaker explains how HBO's series on teen murders of summer 2014 bridges Palestinian and Israeli narratives

LISTEN: Israeli elections post-op — there’s no winner, but who is the loser?

Episode #4: We also speak with Obama speech writer Sarah Hurwitz on her journey to Judaism; Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt on why Orthodox Jews are on the frontline of anti-Semitism

LISTEN: ‘People of the Pod’ takes on Israeli elections 2019, part deux

Episode #3: Just before the vote, host Seffi Kogen holds lightning-round conversations with Israeli influencers from Left, Right and Center, and TOI's political correspondent

LISTEN: Heads of ToI and AJC launch partnership podcast

Episode #2: AJC CEO David Harris and ToI Founding Editor David Horovitz discuss the future of the Jewish people and the Israel-Diaspora relationship; Also, judo: Good for the Jews?

Behind the scenes at podcast ‘People of the Pod,’ a partnership of ToI and AJC

Heads of Jewish institution, news organization discuss why they've teamed up, and what's in it for the Jewish people

LISTEN: Introducing ‘People of the Pod,’ a new podcast by ToI and AJC

Episode #1: Leah and Simcha Goldin on the fight to bring their soldier son's remains home; an in-depth look at the status of Israeli women with activist Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll

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