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The origins of Islam, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Patricia Crone reviews a new book that argues that, at its outset, Islam was a religion unusually tolerant of other faiths. Books critic Adam Kirsch takes on the famed Herman the Jew. It’s a new (Jewish) month, so Ethan Friedman has a new (Jewish) crossword. The Scroll always strives for limited ecumenicism.

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Doug Ferris says:

And how long did that last. What’s your point.


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