By Benjamin Kweskin
Praying at A Jewish Tomb in Shadow of ISIS
Al Qosh — Back when they still lived in Iraq, Kurdish Jews had a famous saying about the ancient synagogue believed to house the tomb of a biblical prophet in this beleaguered town on the high northern plateau of Nineveh province. On Shavuot they said, “He who has not made the pilgrimage to Nahum’s tomb has…
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