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Today in Tablet Magazine, Etgar Keret defends some draperies from his son and his son from the prime minister of Israel. Daniella Cheslow reports from Jerusalem on the Rabbis’ edict forbidding renting to gentiles in Israel. In his weekly parsha column, Liel Leibovitz suggests the facebook generation look to Jacob for a lesson in authenticity. The Scroll will work on building its own generation.

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