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Tablet Magazine Celebrates One Year

These are a few of our favorite things, part 1

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Tuesday marks Tablet Magazine’s one-year anniversary, and in the run-up, we’re remembering our ten favorite articles from the past 12 months. Herewith, your second of four installments. In no particular order …

“City of Refuge” by Ze’ev Avrahami, April 22, 2010. Avrahami remembers his old town of Yamit, a ’70s-era Israeli settlement in the Sinai, which was handed back to Egypt following the 1979 peace deal.

“The Crime of Surviving” by Dovid Katz, May 3, 2010.. Katz sheds light on the bizarre and troubling “Holocaust obfuscation” of Lithuania and the other Baltic states, which equates Jewish suffering under the Nazis with Lithuanian suffering under the Soviets.

Do you have other favorites? List ‘em in the comments …

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S. Malkah Cohen says:

I loved “The Frozen Rabbi” series, as well as the Yamit piece.

I will have to think about it [I have enjoyed so many]. But what occurs to me immediately is that you are one terrific little webzine which I recommend without hesitation to all I know who are interested in Jewishness, however defined, and Jewish literacy, at its highest level. Happy Birthday–many more.

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