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The “Broadening Horizons” Edition: Noah Efron, Allison Kaplan Sommer, and Don Futterman discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.   Looking for extra segments and other patron-only perks?...

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Noah Efron, Allison Kaplan Sommer, and Don Futterman discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.   Looking for extra segments and other patron-only perks? They're available to our patrons on www.patreon.com/promisedpodcast   A Kinder, Gentler AIPAC  The huge convention of a new and improved AIPAC, now containing progressives! Wicked-pedia?  Ha-Michlol (“The Entirety”), an ultra-Orthodox, user-generated Wikipedia, aims to create “the largest Jewish encyclopedia in history, which includes articles on all issues pertaining to the Torah, Jewish values and the history of the Jewish people, but also knowledge pertaining to mankind and from all the secular [hulin] fields – written in clean language according to the Jewish worldview.” Is it a step towards a greater appreciation, on the part of Haredim, of western, secular knowledge, or a step away, or both, or neither)?   Worn Only Once, For Drinks at the King David  Two young Israelis have launched MINE, a website that allows folks to sell off their unwanted, unused, nearly-new expensive designer clothes, and allows the hoi polloi to buy them at a discount. They claims to be motivated by a desire to enable middle-class people to buy what they formerly couldn't afford, and to help the environment by discouraging "fast fashion". So should we be forsaking the mall for MINE? Music: Nili Fink

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