The ongoing war between Israel and Hamas has now passed the 100 day mark. On 14 January senior editor Alona Ferber attended the Jewish Labour Movement conference, which happened to take place on the 100th day of the war. In this podcast she speaks with Susan Neiman, the American moral philosopher, about the splits this war has caused on the left and tensions she sees between tribalist currents on the left and universalist principles, which Neiman believes are the values of a true left.
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[See also: The slipperiness of ceasefire]