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June 11, 2006 — Journalist Michael Massing on the Israel Lobby, plus the story behind the revelation that the CIA knew Adolf Eichmann's whereabouts as far back as the 1950s.
June 4, 2006 — Gruesome labor conditions in a kosher slaughtering and meat packing plant; a Palestinian blogger writes on the challenges of raising a son in Gaza City; and the dilemma faced by Orthodox Jewish women whose husbands won't grant them a Jewish divorce. [Audio forthcoming.]
May 21, 2006 — A two-hour special featuring Eyal Press, author of Absolute Convictions, a meditation on the anti-abortion movement through the eyes of Press's father, one of only two abortion providers in Buffalo New York. Both were Jewish; the other, Bernard Slepian, was murdered by an anti-abortion fanatic.
April 30, 2006 — A new documentary, The Tribe, explores Jewish identity; a new Jewish literary quarterly Guilt and Pleasure, featuring a reading by novelist Lara Vapnyar; and Forgiving Dr. Mengele, the story of an Holocaust survivor and former "Mengele twin" [Audio forthcoming.]
April 16, 2006 — A new book on the crypto Jews of New Mexico, plus debate over proposals for an academic boycott of Israeli universities [Audio forthcoming.]