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Israel divided unites America, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, our High Holiday coverage continues. Historian Jonathan D. Sarna argues that the Rotem Bill controversy in Israel served to highlight interdenominational unity among American Jews. Novelist Darin Strauss discusses a memoir on a Yom Kippur-themed Vox Tablet podcast. Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, author of Nextbook Press’s forthcoming Hillel: If Not Now, When?, explains the great rabbi’s continued relevance. The Scroll is on a half-day schedule today, and wishes you a shana tova.

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