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In This Week’s Yiddish Forward

• B. Nadel continues his series on Josephus Flavius and his world.

• Mikhail Krutikov writes on the Jewish voice in Austrian literature.

• Morkhe Dunitz reports on an international poetry festival that took place in Jerusalem in October.

• Alexander Cohen-Zedek writes on a new book in Yiddish by his mother, Elisheva Cohen-Zedek.

In This Week’s Russian Forward

• Arkady Kagan interviews radio executive Alexander Rosbam on how competitors feel about a Ukrainian media mogul’s acquisition of America’s oldest Russian-language daily and its sister radio station.

• Eitan Finkelshtein writes on the scandal in Germany caused by a parliament member who called Jews a “race of perpetrators.”

• Si Frumkin recalls his meeting with Senator Henry “Scoop” Jackson.

• Joseph Begun defends Natan Sharansky from the accusations of Yuli Nudelman, author of the book “Sharansky Unmasked.”

This Saturday on ‘The Forverts Hour’

Saturday, November 22, at 9:00 p.m. on WMCA New York, AM 570

• “This Week in the Yiddish Forward” — Michl Baran

• “Classical Klezmer Music” — Itzik Gottesman

• “Isaac Bashevis Singer: In a Bind” — Dovid Rogov

• “Landlord’s Troubles” — Kobi Weitzner

Edited and hosted by Boris Sandler

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