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Everyday Israel with Joel Chasnoff, Benji Lovitt and Sarah Breger

Join Joel Chasnoff and Benji Lovitt, co-authors of the book Israel 201: Your Next Level Guide to the Magic and Mystery and Chaos of Life in the Holy Land for a conversation about everyday Israel and the stories you won’t hear on the news.

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If These Walls Could Talk: Columbia’s Hamilton Hall—1968-2024 with Glenn Frankel, Robert Siegel, Susan Rubin Suleiman and Amy E. Schwartz

Join Glenn Frankel, Robert Siegel and Susan Rubin Suleiman as they discuss the similarities and differences between the 1968 and 2024 protests, from divisions within the student body and faculty to free speech vs. radicalization to the construction and destruction of barricades to the food!

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The New World of Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism on Campus with Sarah Breger, Sharon Nazarian and Amy E. Schwartz

Join Moment editor Sarah Breger for a conversation with Dr. Sharon Nazarian, former ADL Senior Vice President in International Affairs, and an academic at UCLA, about the impact Anti-Zionism and antisemitism is having on academia and the implications it will have for Jewish life on campus in the future.

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Israel, Iran and the Dangers of a Wider War with Aaron David Miller, Robin Wright, and Robert Siegel

Join Middle East Analyst Aaron David Miller, Foreign Policy Analyst and Journalist Robin Wright and Moment Contributor Robert Siegel for a conversation about Iran’s long-term motives, Israel’s options, U.S. strategy, Arab reactions, the geopolitical ramifications and more.

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Book Review | An Ancient Book Illuminates Our Troubled Times

The first time I found myself in synagogue for the chanting of the Book of Kohelet, or Ecclesiastes—typically read by Ashkenazi Jews during the Shabbat of Sukkot, the fall harvest festival—my first astonished thought was that I’d wandered into the wrong room, or at least picked up the wrong book.

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Is a Two-State Solution for Israelis and Palestinians Still Possible? with Aaron David Miller, Ghaith al-Omari and Robert Siegel

Once the Israel-Hamas War ends, is a two-state solution with Israelis and Palestinians living peacefully side by side in two countries still possible? What would it take now for both sides to agree to two states?

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Fania and Sarah

From Theodor Herzl to David Ben-Gurion: Humanist Zionism Lives on Today with Fania Oz-Salzberger and Sarah Breger

Fania Oz-Salzberger discusses Theodor Herzl’s and David Ben Gurion’s vision of Zionism, what it means to be a humanist Zionist today and shares her concerns about some other Zionist strains.

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Moment editor Jennifer Bardi and virologist Dr. Peter J. Hoetz

The Short Leap from Anti-science to Antisemitism with Peter Hotez and Jennifer Bardi

Dr. Peter J. Hotez join us for a conversation about antiscience and antisemitism, the connections between the “health freedom” movement and the far right, the dangers vaccine scientists face, and what can be done to stop the spread of these conspiracy theories.

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Michael Knights and Nadine Epstein

Red Sea Rebels: Yemen and the Houthis with Michael Knights and Nadine Epstein

Join Michael Knights from The Washington Institute for Near East Policy for a conversation about Yemen, the Houthi rebels and the threat they pose for a wider war in the Middle East.

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The Soul of Israel: Lost in Translation with Daniel Gordis and Amy E. Schwartz

Join author Daniel Gordis, creator of the Israel from the Inside blog and podcast for a discussion about what non-Hebrew speakers don’t always get about what’s happening in Israel and share insights into the country’s soul and future.

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Michael Berenbaum and Marion Ein Lewin

How A Set of Twins Survived the Holocaust Together with Michael Berenbaum and Marion Ein Lewin

Join Marion Lewin and Holocaust Scholar Michael Berenbaum for a conversation about what they experienced and how they survived, a remarkable story documented in the new book Inseparable: The Hess Twins’ Holocaust Journey through Bergen-Belsen to America by Faris Cassell.

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The Importance of Storytelling in the Black and Jewish Communities with Eric K. Ward, Nadine Epstein, Adam Mansbach and Langston Collin Wilkins

A conversation about the importance of folklore in both the Black and Jewish communities, from the golem and Anansi the Spider to Hip Hop and Jewish Jokes.

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Black-Jewish Relations: Coming Together to Fight Racism and Antisemitism with Rochelle L. Ford and Nadine Epstein

Join Dr. Rochelle L. Ford, President of Dillard University in New Orleans, for a conversation about why she made the decision to revitalize the university’s National Center for Black-Jewish Relations which was first founded in 1989 and how the two communities can build relationships to fight hate.

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