Hill, who died this week at the age of 94, once asked himself: ‘Was I born just to memorize lines?’

The BLM movement is spreading the libel that the Jews of Israel practice genocide. Self-hating Jews, once again, poison whatever they touch.

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An Israeli Artist Submerged a Black Gown in the Dead Sea for Two Years

Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salt Bride,’ inspired by S. Ansky’s ‘The Dybbuk,’ is on display at London’s Marlborough Contemporary

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A Nazi Gold Train Buried in Poland? Not So Much.

The search for a mythical Nazi train, believed to have carried riches through a secret tunnel at the end of WWII, yielded nothing but a whole bunch of dirt

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The Indecipherable ‘Voynich Manuscript’ Is Getting Cloned

And you can soon buy a copy for, like, $8000, if you’re lucky

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Teach Your Children Well

This week on Unorthodox, writer Thomas Chatterton Williams asks if Jews are white, and we try out Justin Sakofs’ MagneticShul

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What Keeps Me Warm

How an afghan helps me stay connected to the grandmother I lost more than a decade ago

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The Tart That Went Around the World

How to make a raspberry-filled Polish dessert that’s journeyed across international borders

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Will Donald Trump’s Data-Analytics Company Allow Russia to Access Research on U.S. Citizens?

Tracing the suspicious-looking, and messy, ties between a Ukrainian oligarch, an elections-information firm, and the GOP candidate’s former campaign manager

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The Problem Isn’t Black Lives Matter. It’s the Occupation.

How Jewish criticism of the rights group reflects our own moral confusion about the last 50 years of Israeli politics

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West of Eden: Trump, Race, and Jewish Republicans

What Californians Roger Simon and David Horowitz see in the GOP nominee—and how it reflects deeper veins of Jewish assimilation in America

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Yuval Levin Isn’t Dumb

The new anti-government handbook ‘The Fractured Republic’ confuses a fantasized past for a utopian future

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Killing Reinhard Heydrich

The harrowing new film ‘Anthropoid’ analyzes the cost-benefit equation of the only successful assassination of a Nazi leader in World War II

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Is It Time to Take the Most-Published Man in Human History Seriously?

A new biography of Jacob Neusner examines his ‘complicated, colorful, and unappreciated intellectual life’