Thoughts on Jewish-Muslim Engagement in the Era of Trump

by Benjamin Kweskin I AM very heartened to see several national Jewish organizations across the political and ideological spectrum supporting American Muslims, a community clearly under attack and on the defensive amid the unprecedented McCarthyite witch-hunt by the current presidential administration regime and many of its emboldened supporters. Only ten days after the new US […]

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An American Jew in Kurdistan

Seeing an Israeli Film in Dohuk and Other Experiences ONE OF THE FIRST TRIPS my wife and I took after moving to Kurdistan in the summer of 2013 — five days after getting married — was to the colorful mountain city of Dohuk near the Turkish border, an excursion that coincided with the Dohuk International Film Festival, organized […]

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