Noah Efron

How Goodly Are Your Tents, O Tel Aviv? A Symposium

Overshadowed by the more earth-shaking or at least highly publicized events elsewhere, the "Tent City Protests" that began in Tel Aviv last summer have been forgotten by many outside of Israel. Nonetheless, they were extraordinary both in size-on September 3 as many as 450,000 marched throughout Israel-and civility. We thought that it would be useful to listen to what some thoughtful and involved Israelis are saying about what they saw or did last summer in the streets of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Hope, Beauty, and Bus Lanes in Tel Aviv

From the floor of Tel Aviv's City Council, Israel's future looks more promising than many would think.

Faith in Doubt

Can doubt provide the space that allows secular and religious Jews to coexist in Israel?


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