For a relatively young and small country–only 70 years old and less populated than North Carolina–with few natural resources, Israel is playing a disproportionate role in solving some of the world’s biggest challenges in tech, medicine, agriculture, water independence and other fields. What explains this? Author Avi Jorisch says that while the Jewish concept of repairing the world is part of the answer, this innovation involves Jews, Christians and Muslims in Israel. In ‘Thou Shalt Innovate: How Israeli Ingenuity Repairs the World’, he takes us well beyond the known innovation in defense technology into areas designed to make the world a better place. Could this be a key to Israel’s survival and a blessing to the rest of the world? Find out in this podcast.