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Kol Nidres, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Ari Y. Kelman recounts the many different types of covers that various musicians have recorded of “Kol Nidre”. Mideast columnist Lee Smith reviews a memoir from an Israeli government bureaucrat that paints a particularly strong picture of Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Itamar Rabinovich considers the Balfour Declaraction, nearly one century later. The Scroll struggles to have a week’s historical memory.

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