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Tablet Today

Sniffing out threats and changing people’s minds

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Tablet Magazine columnist Etgar Keret tells of his heightened awareness of his Jewishness while on a visit to Eastern Europe. Hadara Graubart reports on an Israeli journalist who uses humor as a weapon against misconceptions about Israel. Liel Leibovitz reflects on a haftorah portion that puts ritual above all, and explains how a similar sentiment led him to New York from Israel. Stuart Klawans explores a documentary that downplays the dangers of anti-Semitism. And don’t forget The Scroll, which will inform and entertain you with updates throughout the day.

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Sniffing out threats and changing people’s minds

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