Haaretz Weekend: Kitchen Coexistence, Dimona Rapping and Television Nation

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Host Simon Spungin is joined for an escapist episode by Shany Littman, Shaina Oppenheimer and Adrian Hennigan.

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Shany talks about the soon-to-be-opened Culinary Institute of Israel, the first such organization dedicated to exploring, tasting and celebrating Israel’s complex and often controversial culinary world.

Shaina tells us about Tidethegoat, an 18-year-old Black Israelite rapper from Dimona who faces deportation and his fears if he is deported back to the United States.

Finally, Adrian Hennigan explains how Israel became the ‘television nation’ – and how to watch the many hit shows produced here - even if you don’t speak Hebrew.

Click here to to submit a question for the Gideon Levy AMA.

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