An inside view of how Israel can warm your heart and make your blood boil. It’s a show by a journalist, a professor and an NGO professional who live in and love Israel even though it drives them crazy, and who each week discuss the latest in Israeli politics, culture, and society.
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Miriam Herschlag, Gilad Halpern and Noah Efron discuss two topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week. more
Noah takes a break from scrolling and refreshing, to consider the songs of this war (which has produced more music than all of Israel’s past wars rolled into one), and what they say about the country and how it has changed over the years, and for the... more
Miriam and Noah talk about the deal struck between Israel and Hamas, via the Qataris and the Americans, that would return 50 hostages, mostly kids and their mothers, in exchange for 150 Palestinian prisoners and a four day cease fire, the execution o... more
I came across The Promise as I must, as a NYC progressive Jew, understand Israel. I have so many complicated feelings but not enough knowledge. Because I love an Israeli friend very much I have planted seeds in my heart and mind to learn more about Israel and I have found that perhaps she was the impetus, but I really do want to know Israel for my own sake. I can’t wait to keep listening. Also the music is amazing and Noah’s storytelling is poetry that takes my breath away.
Warm, engaging, compelling, funny and humane… I’m so grateful to have some upon it.
In the midst of a war that feels hopeless all around, Sally Abed’s courage, strength, hope and vulnerability are so powerful. As is Noah’s wisdom and compassion in inviting a Palestinian-Israeli to the show at this time — and his own vulnerability, heard in his uncharacteristic lack of glibness and levity. If there were, if there could be, more people like them with empathy and interest in being understanding, there would be far more hope for peace and coexistence on the future. I thank both o... more
My usual reaction to this podcast would mention the combination of humor and seriousness that prevails in every episode. Obviously given the current situation in Israel, that is not appropriate at this time. I will say this, though. The courage and openness with which Noah and Sally Abed talked in today’s episode gives me hope that, at some point, we will all come through this crisis with a different view of what the future could be. If you have never listened before, now is the time to join thi... more
If I wanted to listen to a talking head like Sally, I’d follow an Al Jazeera podcast. Shame on you Noah, you had been my hero, articulate, insightful and objective. Have you lost your mind by airing this now? No disclaimer is enough to make me comfy listening to this propaganda. I have officially unfollowed you and will no longer be a contributor.
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