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“Is He Jewish?”

On the Lox Club, an exclusive new dating app, an obsession with Jewish continuity papers over an absence of Jewish content.

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This Is Not a Secret Jewish History of Stan Lee

The comics creator barely thought of himself as a Jew. What does it mean when fans and critics claim him as one?

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Rejoining the Iran Nuclear Deal Is Not Enough

To promote peace in the Middle East, the Biden administration must accept that Iran is not uniquely malevolent, but one brutal regime among the rest.

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The Collective Work of Abolition

Organizer and educator Mariame Kaba discusses transformative justice, refusing a politics of revenge, and her new book, We Do This ‘Til We Free Us.

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The Queer Art of Divorce

Composer Ethan Philbrick and novelist Torrey Peters discuss what it means to make art and community after a marriage ends.

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Israel’s Islamists Side with Netanyahu

The prime minister is the main beneficiary of the fracturing of the Joint List.

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An Anti-Imperialist Father and His American Diplomat Son

Robert Malley’s 2008 reflections on his father’s left-wing, anti-colonial commitments shed light on his own political formation.

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How the ADL’s Israel Advocacy Undermines Its Civil Rights Work

Interviews with eight former ADL employees found that CEO Jonathan Greenblatt has repeatedly chosen to support crackdowns on criticism of Israel over protecting civil liberties, putting him in conflict with his own civil rights office.

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[I tried early moving]

“These days one holed up inside the other”

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Authors of California Ethnic Studies Curriculum Decry Cuts to Arab Studies

California ethnic studies advocates say new additions to a statewide curriculum, including those pushed by Israel-advocacy groups, don’t align with the discipline’s mission.

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Loving By Knowing Less

Performer Sharon Mashihi discusses using autofiction to arrive at the truth of the first-generation experience in her new audio series, Appearances.

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Residents of all the neighborhoods: Unite!

A new translation of the “Manifesto of the First Congress of the Federation of Residents of All the Popular Neighborhoods of Salonica” from 1924.

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