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Weekly Roundup - 4/17/23

This week: From the Rest issue, Maryam Ivette Parhizkar on navigating sleep in the first year of her child’s life. An excerpt from The Men With the Pink Triangle, a Holocaust survivor’s account of being sent to a concentration camp for homosexuality. And a new podcast episode on the echoes of Israel/Palestine in HBO’s zombie drama The Last of Us.

Plus, from the newsletter, contributor Dalia Hatuqa reports on how Israeli police violence at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound put new strain on Israel’s already fraught relationship with Jordan.

The Strange Hours
Finding a new relationship with rest in early motherhood
Maryam Ivette Parhizkar
The Men With the Pink Triangle
An excerpt of one of the first complete testimonies from a Holocaust survivor sent to a concentration camp for homosexuality.
Heinz Heger
The Politics of The Last of Us

Arielle Angel, Nathan Goldman, Dahlia Krutkovich, and Hazem Fahmy discuss the right-wing vision of HBO’s The Last of Us and its relationship to Israel/Palestine.

Israel Strains Its “Cold Peace” with Jordan
Israel’s far-right government is undermining a longstanding treaty that many Jordanians already oppose.
Dalia Hatuqa