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Residents of Israel Talk About Hopes for Future
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Residents of Israel Talk About Hopes for Future

Residents of Israel Talk About Hopes for Future

Residents of Israel Talk About Hopes for Future
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In the second of two shows on Israel and the Palestinians, guests discuss politics and everyday life in Israel, and what they see as the way forward.

Guests:

Scott Wilson, Jerusalem bureau chief, Washington Post

Alon Ironi, CEO of Siano

David Rubin, has lived for past 13 years in Shiloh

Roni Hammerman, drector of the Bloomfield Library of the Humanities, Hebrew University

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