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Episode 57 - A New-Year Prediction for Israel’s Security

1/18/2018
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In this episode, Adam Haliva hosts Udi Dekel, managing director of the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv, to discuss trends and challenges expected in 2018. Why did Mahmoud Abbas let it all out at the PLO Central Committee, how will the new reality in Syria impact Israel and will Jerusalem and Washington be best friends forever? Tune in to our latest episode. January 18, 2018 Episode breakdown: 01:25 – Reaction to Abbas’ speech at the PLO Central Committee. 06:55 –...

Duration:00:48:29


Episode 56 - The Haredi Wonder Woman

1/10/2018
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In this episode of Tipping Point, Talia Dekel rides shotgun with Israel’s first female ultra-Orthodox ambulance driver. Miriam Ballin, founder and director of United Hatzalah’s Psychotrauma & Crisis Response Unit, shares how emergencies can bring the city’s various populations together and explains how this most daring of professions can empower Haredi women within their own communities and Israeli society alike. January 11, 2018

Duration:00:29:35


Episode 55 - The Next Iranian Revolution?

1/4/2018
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In this podcast Adam Haliva speaks to Iran expert Dr. Raz Zimmt of the INSS to understand what makes the current protests unique, what the future may hold for the regime, and if Iranians and Israelis can overcome their differences. January 4, 2018 ***The views expressed during the course of this podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project

Duration:00:24:12


Episode 54 - What Does Recognizing Jerusalem Mean?

12/6/2017
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As President Trump is expected to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Tipping Point hosts Shmuel Rosner of the Jewish People Policy Institute for a conversation on its meaning and implications. December 6, 2017

Duration:00:17:06


Episode 53 - The Convert Rapper

11/26/2017
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He grew up Muslim, converted to Christianity and today he is a Jewish Orthodox rapper, recording his music in Jerusalem’s Mea Shearim neighborhood. Tune in to this episode of Tipping Point and get to know Nissim Black who escaped a life of drugs and violence in Seattle in pursuit of a meaningful new purpose in Israel. November 26, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of this podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project

Duration:00:34:52


Episode 52 - The New Face of the IDF

11/13/2017
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Lt.-Col. Jonathan Conricus is the new head of the international media branch at the IDF Spokesperson’s unit. Tune in to this episode of Tipping Point to hear his assessment on the prospects of war with Hezbollah, the fragile situation on the Syrian border and the anti-tunneling technology deployed near the Gaza Strip. November 13, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of this podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project

Duration:00:32:38


Episode 51 - Memories of Balfour and the British Mandate

11/1/2017
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Shlomo Hillel immigrated to Mandatory Palestine following the Balfour Declaration and later became a prominent politician and diplomat. Tune in to this episode of Tipping Point for an historic account by the man who took part in the creation of the Jewish State. November 2, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of this podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:40:44


Episode 50 - Marking the Balfour Centennial

10/29/2017
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On Tipping Point's 50th episode we host Deputy Minister and former Israeli ambassador to the United States, Dr. Michael Oren for a conversation on the 1917 declaration that contributed to the establishment of the state of Israel. On the second part of the episode Michael Oren evaluates Trump’s Middle East policy and reflects on the stability of the current Israeli government. October 29, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of this podcast do not necessarily reflect the position...

Duration:00:27:30


Episode 49 - How to Progress in the Mideast

10/19/2017
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What’s next for Syria once ISIS is gone? Will Trump make good on his new Iran strategy? Tune in to a new Tipping Point episode with Brian Katulis from the Center for American Progress in Washington. October 19, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:38:42


Emergency Podcast – Fixing the Iran Deal?

9/28/2017
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As the IAEA admitted it cannot verify that Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal, Tipping Point hosts Omri Ceren for a conversation on the possibilities facing Trump as we approach the looming certification deadline. September 28, 2017 Photo credit: US State Department

Duration:00:24:25


Episode 46 - A Cold War in a Simmering Middle East

9/24/2017
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What leverage does the Trump administration have on Russia in the quest for influence in the Middle East and where does Israel fit into this? Tune in to Tipping Point’s latest episode with Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council. Also in this episode: How will the Middle East react to the Kurdish referendum? September 24, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:33:23


Episode 45 - The Middle East at a Crossroads

9/17/2017
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Can a regional push for Mideast peace work? Is Hamas/Fatah reconciliation possible and what should we expect from the meeting between Trump and Netanyahu this week? All this and more in Tipping Point’s latest episode with David Pollock from the Washington Institute for Near East policy. September 17, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:33:41


Episode 44 - Rolling the Dice for Peace

9/3/2017
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How does the region’s most popular board game bring Jews and Arabs together? Tune in to Tipping Point’s latest episode with Zaki Djemal, who founded the Jerusalem Backgammon Championship. September 3, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project. Photo credit: Noam Moreno

Duration:00:31:08


Episode 43 - The Backpacker’s Guide to the Holy Land

8/3/2017
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How did Syrian, Lebanese, Palestinian and Israeli tourists find themselves sharing a hostel in Tel Aviv? Tune in to Tipping Point’s latest episode with Maoz Inon, an Israeli entrepreneur who founded the Abraham Hostel and is leading the country’s growing backpacker tourism industry. August 3, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:26:07


Episode 42 - Israel to the aid

7/25/2017
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In this episode, Adam Haliva sits down with Navonel (Voni) Glick, the co-chief executive officer at IsraAID, an Israeli NGO that provides humanitarian aid across the globe, including locations where you would least expect to see Israelis. July 27, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:33:36


Episode 40 - Reflecting on the Iran Deal

7/13/2017
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Two years after the signing of the JCPOA, Adam Haliva sits down with Dr. Emily Landau (INSS) for a conversation about the deal that reshaped the Middle East. July 13, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:43:17


Episode 39 - A taste of India in Israel

7/2/2017
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In this episode, Adam Haliva sits down with Reena Pushkarna, who was born in New Delhi to a Jewish mother and Sikh father, immigrated to Israel and founded the country’s most successful Indian restaurant chain. July 3, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:31:08


Episode 38 - Understanding millennials

6/21/2017
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At the age of 13 she established an NGO, at 18 she began consulting global corporations and the US State Department, and at 25 she almost became the youngest women ever elected to Congress. In this episode, Adam Haliva sits down with Erin Schrode, for a conversation about Generation Y and the best ways to engage millennials. June 21, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:37:40


Episode 37 - Mideast wars in a new millennium

6/13/2017
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In this episode, Talia Dekel sits down with journalist and author Matti Friedman to learn about his theory on the development of today’s terror tactics in the region, tיe coverage of Israel in the international media and understanding the cultural wars in Israeli society. June 13, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:31:57


Episode 36 - 1967 and today - A veteran’s view

5/29/2017
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Just before marking 50 years to the Six-Day War, Talia Dekel sits down with paratrooper Yaki Chetz, to hear his firsthand account of the famous Battle at Ammunition Hill and his reflections on modern Israeli society after this most significant event. May 29, 2017 ***The views expressed during the course of the Podcast do not necessarily reflect the position of The Israel Project.

Duration:00:27:23

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