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The un-Zionist religious settlers, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, books critic Adam Kirsch reviews Gadi Taub’s new look at the most religious of West Bank settlers and their alleged corruption of Zionism. Robert Jervis considers Pakistani scientist A.Q. Khan’s illicit nuclear network and how it may have helped Iran in light of a new book from top nonproliferation expert David Albright. The Scroll is just going to hide under the bed until the religious zealots in the West Bank and Iran go away or something.

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