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A Mideast power shift and the death of Anatevka

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Mideast columnist Lee Smith reports from Beirut on the vertigo the traditional regional Sunni Arab powers—primarily Egypt and Saudi Arabia—are feeling now that momentum has shifted toward non-Arab states Iran, Turkey, and Israel. Book critic Adam Kirsch considers a new history of the shtetl, and specifically its demise during (when else?) the 1940s. Meanwhile, The Scroll considers Tuesday the most difficult day of the week, and hopes that we can get through it together.

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