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The Tel Aviv Review

By TLV1 Radio

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Description

The Tel Aviv Review is the “Start-up Nation” of the humanities, showcasing the cutting-edge of the ideas that make up the debate in and about Israel. Every week, we host scholars, writers and thinkers for in-depth, longform interviews about their work.

Customer Reviews

Intellectual western convo

I feel like I'm listening to a British intellectual, which is fine, but where is the authentic Jewish perspective? The host comes off as clueless toward Jewish thought, identity, and Torah. This show does not need to be based in Israel. What happened to our early Zionists like Israel Eldad, M Begin, and Ben Gurion, none of whom were religious but commanded a deep knowledge and appreciation and perspective on Jewish traditions, philosophy, and the writings of our sages.

The best podcast you can find about Israeli culture, politics and society

I listen to a lot of podcasts about Israel -- it's a passion of mine -- and this is the best of the lot. Its range is vast, the guests are fascinating and often off-beat, the discussions go deeper here than anywhere else I know, it's smart (and takes its listeners seriously, assuming that we are smart, too), and it's entertaining. Both hosts are brilliant, but in different ways, so you come away with insights of different sorts. This is a spectacular show.

beyond the pale

At first I thought I had found a great podcast but I have successively fallen out of love with this one and its sister podcast the Promised Podcast. What broke the camels back was the latest episode featuring Rashid Kalidi who is an anti Israel/pro Arab polemicist in the USA. I brief YT search and a view/listen of his talks and lectures will show that this man agitates against Israel in the crassest terms. It is shocking to find the creeping anti zionism being mainstreamed by Tel Avis's "thinkers". The first red flag regarding this podcast was the introdcution of co-host Dahlia Sheindlin of 972 mag infamy. And it has gone down hill ever since. This is a very biased view of the world. It is a shame NGO money's are being spent on this twisted view of the world. Shame on them.

The Tel Aviv Review
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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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