The rebuilding of a temple that may never have existed on the site of a destroyed mosque in Ayodhya is part of a larger, decadeslong attempt by Hindu nationalists to recreate India in their own image
Can the great illusionist make suffering, anxiety, and death disappear?
Alexander ‘Sasha’ Pechersky led a successful prisoner revolt at the Sobibor death camp. His story of extraordinary courage was also the story of millions of Soviet Jews who lived and died in a country that refused to acknowledge their fate.
A visit to Switzerland reveals the coming age of techno-Calvinism, created by the merger of iPhones and the new Puritan America
Searing language, with God’s help
A dispatch from frozen Harbin, where Jews once flourished—and melted away
Tablet Original Fiction by the author of the collection ‘Notes From the Fog’
How a tiny enclave of Mountain Jews in Azerbaijan produced some of the former Soviet world’s richest men
Anger management in a Vancouver restaurant
On the hunt for the ruins of Solomon’s Temple in the South Pacific, and finding a bizarre web of connections to Israel
The Booker Prize winner profiles Hardbat ping-pong champ Marty Reisman, who never lost his taste for winning