Fault Lines Season 1, Episode 13: Is Israel Still Relevant To American Jews?

What are American Jews interested in talking about, if not Israel? Is Israel still a hot-button issue on college campuses? Has the election of President Trump, and the shakiness of American liberal democracy, distracted Jews from thinking about Israel? Listen to Peter Beinart and Daniel Gordis’ lively conversation regarding American Jewry’s opinion on the Middle East.

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