What motivates someone to move halfway across the world to enlist in the IDF? Among the ranks of the Israeli Defense Forces are several thousand soldiers known as "Lone Soldiers," meaning they have no family in Israel supporting them. Many of these soldiers move to Israel from abroad, leaving their friends and family behind them [...]
WWII hero Mickey Marcus (Kirk Douglas) is called to the new state of Israel to build an army. Against the wishes of his wife, Mickey makes the journey and begins transforming a ragtag underground army into a first-class fighting machine.
An avowed anarchist and Stern Gang hitman is sent to Jerusalem to assassinate a senior British officer creating much tension within the already troubled cell and almost brings its collapse, as the British operatives are closing in. Heralded by the Film Society of Lincoln Center as one of the most important films in fifty years [...]
Eugene Kontorovich is a professor at Northwestern Law whose research spans the fields of constitutional law, international law, and law and economics. He has authored a series of papers that extend "transaction cost" analysis from private law to constitutional law. He speaks and writes about contemporary law issues in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, including the BDS [...]
Rabbi Yehuda HaKohen discusses the need for post-zionism to advance Jewish liberation forward.
A self-described liberal from cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, Zaki wanted to get behind the politics of Israel’s controversial settlements in the occupied territories — so she moved there, temporarily, setting up an improvised cafe where she could chat with settlers from her own generation to learn what it’s like to grow up in an Israeli settlement.
Dubbed the "Iron Lady" of Israeli politics Thames Televisions 'This week' speaks exclusively to Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir. First Shown on British Television in 1970.
As the tenth anniversary of the founding of Israel approached, Israeli Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban talked to Mike Wallace about Arab nations, the Arab refugee problem, Egyptian President Nasser, the role of American Jews in Israel’s future, and the charge that Israel threatens world peace with a policy of territorial expansion.
Can Palestinians find more common ground with Jewish nationalists than with liberal Israelis? Palestinian activist Sami Awad & Rabbi Yehuda HaKohen at Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School in Jerusalem discussing the failures of the peace process, the rival narratives contextualizing the conflict and fresh ideas for achieving a peace that can satisfy the aspirations of [...]