By Nadia Saah
The Deeper We Go, the Clearer Our Understanding
My connection to the Jewish experience didn’t begin in our Dialogue. It started at birth. As a Washington, D.C. native, born blond and “Barbra”-esque to Palestinian parents who fled West Jerusalem in 1948, I was strangely more mishpucha than habibi. My brother spent his afternoons spouting Mel Brooks-isms while I ran around the house belting…
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