Sundown: Boston Suspect Caught on Camera

And Anne Frank’s stepsister says she would have been a Belieber

Sundown: Handicapping the Next Pope

Plus Obama invited to speak in Rabin Square in Tel Aviv

Meyer Levin’s Anne Frank

A controversial radio play of the famous diary—rejected in 1952 as too Jewish—gets a second airing

Sundown: Hizzoner

Plus over a thousand Palestinians displaced last year, and more

Life Inside the Camps

Dutch Jew David Koker’s extraordinary diary, a clear-eyed and sensitive account of life inside a concentration camp, is finally available in English

Sundown: Messianic Jews Hosted Santorum

Plus Anne Frank’s tree in Israel, and more

Frank Talk

Although Rabbi Helga Newmark survived the horrors of the Holocaust, a childhood slight—from Anne Frank—stayed with her for the rest of her life

Sundown: Wax Anne Frank Is Creepy

Plus Romney gains Jewish support, Farrakhan blames the Jews, and more

To Youth

Shivah Stars

Daybreak: Has the Iranian Die Been Cast?

Plus Anne Frank is now a Mormon (except not), and more in the news

Hope Less

In Shalom Auslander’s new novel, the protagonist tries to wean himself of optimism while doing battle with the freeloader in his attic: Anne Frank

The Only Girl We Ever Love?

The Holocaust, Israel, and Jewish identity

Disappearing Act

Lost Books

Sundown: Signs of Struggle in Kletzky Murder

Plus Jewish summer camps get their frack on, free Turkish circumcisions, and more

Kosher Rules

The Dutch parliament moved last week to prohibit the ritual slaughter of animals, putting the notoriously tolerant Netherlands on a path to ban a practice key to both Jewish and Muslim observance

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