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The news of the anti-Semitic flyers in Eastern Ukraine has been greeted with outrage clouded by uncertainty. David E. Fishman says the real story is that Russia is playing the ‘Jew card.’


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The problem of racism in Israel is often brushed off with a collective shrug. But Seth Frantzman says that a troubling history of eugenics can be traced to the state’s founders.

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