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Cultural dissonance, musical fusion, identity crises, and a look back at tragedy

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Liel Leibovitz marvels at the different way G.I. Joe was presented to Israeli kids. Hadara Graubart talks to Afro-Cuban jazz maestro Arturo O’Farrill about the re-release of an album fusing Yiddish songs with Latin dance melodies. Seth Lipsky takes a look back at the massacre of Jews in Hebron in 1929. Ze’ev Avrahami investigates the questionable Jewish roots of a rabbi and community leader in Hamburg, Germany. And much more, as always, on this, Tablet’s blog, The Scroll.

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