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'Speak Hebrew – love Israel?' will share some of my students stories and motivations for learning modern Hebrew, and their feelings towards the Israeli state. We will question - * Can we learn Hebrew in a non-political setting, as just a language?? * What part does love towards Israel/the Jewish people play in my student’s will to learn Hebrew? * And if so - have they also been brainwashed about Israel? just as I was when I was young? * Why would anyone want to learn IVRIT, my language, a be ...
 
Learn Hebrew Pod - The first conversational Hebrew course by podcasts. Learn to speak conversational Hebrew the way it is spoken in Israel. Practice your Hebrew pronunciation and accent while expanding your vocabulary and conversational skills with sabra native Israeli teachers. Suitable for all levels
 
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Jordanian (-Palestinian?) Salma is living in the UK, working as a teacher and studying Hebrew. Join a fascinating conversation about democracy in Arab societies, Palestinian refugees in Jordan and discover how the wrong translation of Hatikvah, the Israeli anthem, into Arabic has made Salma suspicious, and eventually want to learn Hebrew..! Discove…
 
After the US has offered Indonesia an increase of aid by up to $2 billion if it normalised ties with Israel, the question of normalisation with Israel remains. But what do Indonesians think about it, and how are Indonesians divided about this issue? Join a conversation with Gilang Lukman, the first Indonesian to study MA in Middle East in Oxford Un…
 
When Sarah went to Israel on one of Christian trips, she felt more connected to her Christianity. It was one of the reasons she decided to embark on her Hebrew journey. Join Sarah, my ginger British student from the SOAS Languages Centre, for an honest conversation about: What's it like being a dyslexic and learning Hebrew? How has the trip to Isra…
 
Moritz is a Hebrew student, a Swiss rapper and a researcher. He wrote his master thesis on the confederation ('2 states 1 homeland'/'a Land for All') initiative which offers an alternative to the current accepted solutions for Israel-Palestine (1 state/2 states). He has lived in Tel-Aviv, interened for the Swiss Embassy there, and he has some insig…
 
Ruth Foster, a daughter of a protestant father and a Catholic Irish mother, studies Hebrew at Harvard university, after having spent time in East and West Jerusalem, an experience which taught her about her unspoken about history in Northern Ireland. In our conversation, we have explored: Why are Israeli and Palestinian flags flown in Northern Irel…
 
This time we are honoured to speak with a professional faith leader and activist, MBE (member of the British Empire as we are soon to learn) Jane Clements, who started the British NGO FODIP (Forum Of Discussion on Israel and Palestine). Join a fascinating, longer than usual (for a reason!) discussion in which we will explore: How do events in Israe…
 
Ole is my German student, and he studies Hebrew because he has an Israeli girlfriend. Join our fascinating conversation and explore: What is the greatest benefit of interreligious relationships? Can you be a different person, speaking in a different language? How can children in Germany deal with the shame and guilt of German history, and how does …
 
Join a fascinating conversation with my British student Hannah, a researcher of Israeli and Palestinian literature, and explore: What parts of her British colonial heritage has she encountered in her professional path? What does the land, the trees and water symbolise in Israeli and Palestinian narratives? Which roles do the Jordan River, the Hula …
 
Giacomo, an Italian from Rome who lives in London, studied Hebrew at SOAS university London, then at Ben Gurion University, and at 'This is not an Ulpan' in Tel Aviv. He shares with us his experience with the Jewish community of Rome, and how that made him explore Jewish history, modern Israel and speak Hebrew. And he is quite fluent - as you can h…
 
בפרק החמישי בפודקאסט 'דבר עברית - אהוב את ישראל?', נשמע את הסיפור של גילה: אמריקאית, יהודייה ומורה לעברית בבית ספר יהודי בקונטיקט. מהי אותה הרגשה שקשה להסביר במילים? למה זה קרה? מה היא למדה (ומה לא) על ישראל כשחיה שם? מה דעתה על הכיבוש כיום, ועל ארגונים יהודיים כמו 'ג'יי סטריט' (J-Street)? סיפורה של יהודייה "בקטנה", שמצאה בישראל שייכות.…
 
In this episode, Magda, a Polish Hebrew student in the SOAS Language Centre, will speak about how she decided to convert with Reform Judaism, finding her Jewish ancestry which was unspoken about in her family; We will also speak about how Jews and Israel are perceived in Poland today, and why is Israel normalised, while stereotypes about Jews still…
 
En este episodio, Valentina Litvan, investigadora de literatura judía sudamericana de la universidad de Lorraine en Francia, va a hablar de su historia personal que le llevó a aprender hebreo moderno. Vamos a escuchar sobre autores sudamericanos como Juan Gelman, distinguir entre los conceptos de tradición y transmisión, y cuestionar qué es lo que …
 
My Chinese-Canadian student Fay in an honest discussion about the similarities and differences between Chinese and Israeli/Jewish people, including education, money and culture of debates. Listen to Fay and find out: - How do Chinese and Israelis perceive the West? - How do we perceive each other? - Who is the world more obsessed about - China or I…
 
In this first episode of 'Speak Hebrew - Love Israel?' I interviewed Zain, a British Muslim who studied Hebrew at SOAS University of london, spent 6 months in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and even taught Hebrew in a synagogue in London. Listen to his story, and get nuanced perceptions on some very complicated issues e.g. antisemitism, islamo…
 
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