Armin Rosen is a New York-based writer. He has written for The Atlantic, City Journal, and World Affairs Journal, and was recently a senior reporter for Business Insider.
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Turkey Targets a Journalist

While attention is focused on the Saudi government’s gruesome attack on dissident Jamal Khashoggi, Turkey targets one of its own journalists

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Between the Desert and Civilization

Wolfgang Herrndorf’s novel ‘Sand’ offers a bleak, gripping examination of Germans, Jews, memory, and moral agency in the modern world

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Does Trump’s Tough Talk on Iran Have a Next Step?

Administration officials displayed a Trumpian frankness at a summit on Iran, but where is it leading?

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Among the Last Jews of Bukhara

A cemetery is one of the livelier attractions in what remains of Bukhara’s Jewish community

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Idlib, Israel, and the Syrian Endgame

Israel tries not to get mired in Syria as it plans for the Middle East’s next war

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Who Is Julia Salazar?

The complex personal history and views of an increasingly competitive New York state Senate candidate for Brooklyn

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Victory Through Massacre in Syria

The Ghouta attack was a military success—it established that Assad could use weapons of mass destruction with complete impunity

 

 

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Israel’s Top Military Strategist Talks War and Peace

Yaakov Amidror believes Israeli muscle has left the Jewish state with only ‘1 1/2’ security problems: Iran and Hezbollah. But that doesn’t mean the next conflict won’t be ‘a very, very nasty war.’

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Fear and Loathing in Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station

Home to a Filipino market, a Yiddish library, and a colony of bats, the building nicknamed the Labyrinth is one big metaphor

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Stav Shaffir Speaks for Us, Too

Israel’s maybe-future left-wing female prime minister hates Bibi-ism, and officiates at non-Orthodox weddings

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World Lacrosse Championship Comes to a Thrilling and Controversial End

A last-second goal sends the tournament into a tailspin

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The Iroquois Nationals Lose to Canada, but Show Huge Heart in Lacrosse Championship

As the tournament celebrates all that indigenous people have given and are still giving to the world

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Israel and the Iroquois Earn Their Shot at Lacrosse History

As the world championship draws closer to an end

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The Iroquois Nationals’ Winning Lacrosse Philosophy

The will to win is a fundamentally dark impulse that becomes virtuous only when properly restrained

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‘You’re Given a Stick at Birth. You’re Buried With Your Stick.’

The Iroquois Nationals fight their way through the World Lacrosse Championship in Israel

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Amid Diplomatic Drama, the World Lacrosse Championship Kicks Off in Israel

The Iroquois Nationals, delayed in Canada for flying with Haudenosaunee Confederacy passports, land and nearly deliver an upset victory over Team USA, as Israel beats Jamaica on home turf

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World Lacrosse Championship Kicks Off in Israel

And ‘Tablet’ will be there

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On the Rules of Repentance: A Talmudic Disquisition on XXXTentacion

What happens to someone who dies before they can repent? Several rabbis take on the case of the recently murdered rapper.

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Mort Klein’s Fish Tale

Was the ZOA dishonest about its relationship with Qatar, or were they duped?

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Did an Elite NYC High School Violate the City’s Guidelines by Observing Moment of Silence for Gaza?

The Chancellor’s office claims it was civic engagement, but some Jewish students felt hurt

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At the Washington Capitals Victory Parade, a Preview of Redemption

The entire endeavor of sports fandom is an invitation to constantly think about why we assign alpine scales of meaning to things that are inevitably trivial and outside of our control

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That Bernie Sanders CIA Guy Running for Congress From Woodstock

Jeff Beals, a former Iraq-war diplomat, wants to represent New York’s bellwether 19th congressional district in the Catskills, which, like America, is split between coastal liberals and rural conservatives. First he has to get through a crowded Democratic primary later this month.

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Qatar’s Efforts to Influence American Jews Continue to Unravel

As a new lawsuit draws attention to lobbyists, one key advisor ends his relationships with the Gulf state

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As Keith Ellison Leaves Congress, One Likely Replacement Faces Criticism for Anti-Israel Views

Israel has ‘hypnotized the world’ to ignore its ‘evil doings,’ Ilhan Omar tweeted in 2012

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The State of Israel Confronts Anti-Semitism. But What Is It?

The Jewish Diaspora versus the national-policy interests of the Jewish state: a dispatch from a confounding forum on the rise and spread of an old hatred

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A Walking Tour of Secret Jerusalem

From the mundane to the sublime, Sarah Tuttle-Singer, author of a new book about the city, knows its mysteries, earthly and divine

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At Notre Dame, Rethinking Catholic Attitudes Toward Israel

An afternoon of religion and diplomacy

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Trump’s Iran Deal Announcement Draws Praise, Ire

From Barack Obama to Benjamin Netanyahu, the American withdrawal from the JCPOA elicits strong responses

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How Ewa Kurek, the Favorite Historian of the Polish Far Right, Promotes Her Distorted Account of the Holocaust

In public events across America, including one attended by a U.S. Congressman, the formerly respected scholar accused rich Jews of plotting with the Nazis to kill their poor brethren and argued that the ghettos were voluntary

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