When the government breaks its bond with the public, everything becomes politicized and even our most sacred narratives can no longer be taken for granted.
Dorit Rabinyan is a two-time awardee of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Hebrew Literary Works. She was born in Israel to a family that emigrated from Iran. All the Rivers is the story of a romance between an Israeli woman and a Palestinian man, based on the author’s own experiences.
Join Moment Israel Editor Eetta Prince-Gibson for a bird’s eye view of the situation: why were these reforms brought up in the first place and why are so many Israelis against it? What does this pause in talks by the government really mean?
Why We Need to Help the Uyghur People in China NOW with Elfidar Iltebir, Elisha Wiesel, and Josh Rogin
As China’s Uyghur Muslim community continues to face persecution, including detention, forced sterilization and the deliberate erasure of their culture, what is the world doing to help?