The Familiar Unease of Khanike

by Jesse A. Myerson   OY, IT’S KHANIKE again, and a familiar unease has come creeping into my kishkes. To some extent, I’m annoyed about the overemphasis on a minor holiday in order to compensate ourselves for our exclusion from Christmastime cheer. Mostly, though, my discomfort stems from the troubling legacy of the historical events Khanike commemorates. […]

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