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Looking at Human Rights Watch, an Israeli ‘food activist,’ foreskins

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Allison Hoffman digs into speculation that Human Rights Watch has an anti-Israel bias. Joshua Cohen examines the life and work of writer Benjamin De Casseres. Leah Koenig tells of “food activists” in Israel who bring specialty farmer’s market produce across the border to the Palestinian territories. Marissa Brostoff talks to Melvin Konner about the origins of circumcision. And much more, here on The Scroll.

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