An employee puts away the furniture of a restaurant in the coastal city of Tel Aviv on September 18, 2020, ahead of a nationwide lockdown to tackle a spike in coronavirus cases. – Israel imposed a second nationwide lockdown today to tackle one of the world’s highest coronavirus infection rates, despite public protests over the new blow to the economy. The three-week shutdown will start just hours before Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, and will extend through other key religious holidays, including Yom Kippur and Sukkot. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

What Went Wrong in Israel’s Fight Against Coronavirus?

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It has become almost trite to say that Israel education is about much more than sharing the highlights of the State. It is about exploring the condition of Israelis in an authentic way. It means sharing the good, the bad and the utterly bizarre.

Speaking with dozens of Israelis the last few weeks, my sense was that from a foreign policy perspective, there was genuine excitement about the Israel-UAE/Bahrain deals, but from a domestic lens there was trouble at home. With protests from the right and the left, from religious and secular faction...

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