Welcome back to the Twilight Lounge, where several weeks of global travels have Rosen in a pensive mood. Join the boys as they consider Germany (and Oktoberfest) through the lens of a Jew and Irma, whose husband froze to death while hunting. Follow them as they address a troubling development at UC Berkeley and then launch into this week’s far-reaching and somewhat surprising question:
Is the “Arab Quartet” suddenly good for the Jews?
Is it possible that pressure from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and the UAE could force PA head Mohammad Abbas into coming to the table with Israel? Goldbrener explains why, while this is reason for optimism, it’s by no means as easy as it seems.