A captivating new exhibit in Israel shows how paper and ink reveal commonalities between Jewish and Islamic cultures.5
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In 1923, the cast of “God of Vengeance” was arrested. Here’s the Forward’s original report on that incident.
When “God of Vengeance” played Broadway in 1923, its whole cast was arrested on obscenity charges. A new Yiddish production shows us what the fuss was all about.
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Professor Gary P. Zola thinks that a rise in xenophobia will force American Jews do pay more attention to minority rights.
Historian Jonathan Sarna weighs in on Donald Trump’s efforts to reverse various progressive moves. He thinks Trump will ultimately fail.5
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