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In Casablanca, Everybody Goes

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Joseph Braude tells a fascinating, murder-inflected tale from Casablanca, Morocco, today in Tablet Magazine (he came for the waters; he was misinformed). Coming from his new book, The Honored Dead, his exchange with a cab driver who hears his Iraqi-accented Arabic and assume he is an Iraqi Arab is priceless.

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In Casablanca, Everybody Goes

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