The New York Times dismisses news of Palestinian payments to terrorists as a ‘far-right conspiracy’

All the news that’s fit to skim

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Searching for Michael Cohen

Jewish summer camp in the 1970s and 1980s was a veritable hotbed of Michael Cohens. What if you dated THAT ONE?

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In Ambitious New Play, Scheherazade Tells of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

‘One Thousand Nights and One Day’ never fails to be riveting, even when it is frustrating

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Ask Unorthodox: The Great Aluminum Foil-Ziploc Baggie Debate

The hosts of Tablet’s beloved podcast weigh in on the great questions of Jewish life

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Making Synagogues Sustainable

Congregations around the country have found ways to protect the environment and combat the effects of climate change

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Sabra Cadabra

Ep. 132: Celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday with chef Eyal Shani, singer Yael Deckelbaum, and writer and comedian Periel Aschenbrand

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The Children’s Book That Introduced Young Americans to the New Jewish State

On Yom Ha’atzmaut, looking back at Habibi’s Adventures in the Land of Israel, from 1951

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Israeli Arabs Are Choosing Jewish Schools

Yom Ha’atzmaut: The benefits—and perils—of assimilation in the Jewish state

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Honor Killing Is Not Just a Muslim Problem

It’s the most extreme form of institutionalized violence against women on the planet

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The Gaza Delusion

The conflict isn’t between two nations, but between two irreconcilable worldviews

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Jewish Contraptions

National Poetry Month: A poetical Bay Area exhibit brings together California Jewish artists who make wonky machines, ‘anxious objects,’ and other kinetic commentaries on the ‘labor-saving devices’ of our current entanglement

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Gangsters for Zion

Yom Ha’atzmaut: How Jewish mobsters helped Israel gain its independence

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Indonesians Hate the Chinese, Because They Are Jewish

How Dutch colonial officials used anti-Semitism to fuel anti-Chinese hate