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A heist tale, what’s in Cordoba’s name, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Jon Kalish reports, on our Vox Tablet podcast, on Skipp Porteous, a former neo-Nazi hunter and converted Jew who has in years since tried to solve the only unsolved airplane hijacking. Staff writer Marc Tracy examines why the Cordoba Initiative is called that, and how different Jewish historians have used versions of medieval Spain to advance their own agendas. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall praises a new children’s book that kills two birds with one stone: It uses (and teaches) science to reassure short kids that all will be well. Josh Lambert has his weekly round-up of forthcoming books of note, starting with contributing editor Gal Beckerman’s look at the fight to rescue Soviet Jewry. The Scroll will try to get you through another of these August weeks.

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