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December 2nd, 2013
Episode 942 of 1250 episodes
Speaking just after the November 23 nuclear deal with Iran, Ari Shavit is skeptical: The question is: Is it an act of creating the time to wake up and see what's there; or is it a process of deluding ourselves one last time, which will be the very last time? He also discusses his homeland, Israel--its history, its deep-rooted problems, and its vibrancy.