Now that Netflix is streaming ‘Fauda’ the editor of The New Yorker, David Remnick, examine the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the eyes of the hit series – but his focus is really on the occupation and Nakba in Israeli culture.
How do you make a TV show set in the West Bank? (The New Yorker)
What the thriller “Fauda” reveals about what Israelis will watch—and what they won’t (Sep 4)
Illustration: R. Kikuo Johnson