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The Iranian AIPAC, a cool new museum show, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Mideast columnist Lee Smith follows up last week’s profile of two prominent American lobbyists for Iran with another of Trita Parsi, an activist allied with the reformist wing of the Iranian regime who has tried to create the Iranian-American equivalent of AIPAC. ARTNews executive editor Robin Cembalest prepares us for a fascinating new show at New York’s Museum of Biblical Art; the show’s subject is Jewish artifacts (like Haggadoth) from late medieval Spain. The Scroll wishes all of our Christian readers a happy Ash Wednesday, and reminds them that they have some schmutz on their foreheads.

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