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  • Daniel Gordis: After synagogue attack, Jerusalem's new holy war

    Daniel Gordis: After synagogue attack, Jerusalem's new holy war
    There are terror attacks, and there are pogroms. The attack at a Jerusalem synagogue this week that killed four rabbis was a pogrom. It was an attack motivated not by politics but by religious hatred; it was directed not at Israelis but at Jews.
  • Historic rug woven by Armenian orphans goes on display at White House

    Historic rug woven by Armenian orphans goes on display at White House
    Lawmakers and members of the Armenian American community gathered in Washington on Tuesday to mark the weeklong display of a historic rug linked to the Armenian genocide, calling it significant for a nation that helped support Armenians during some of...

    Armenian Orphan Rug, symbol of tragic past, is briefly on view

    WASHINGTON Beauty born from gratitude and horror, the Armenian Orphan Rug went on long-awaited public display Tuesday at the White House Visitor Center. The storied rug's nearly weeklong display two blocks from the White House culminates a lobbying...

    'Watchers,' 'Song' and 'Overnighters' at Mar del Plata's Docu Sidebar

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Edet Belzberg's "Watchers of the Sky," Ayat Najafi's "No Land's Song" and Jesse Moss' "The Overnighters" are among 18 titles screening at Mar del Plata Festival's Documentary Window section, which this year put the focus on...

    Off Broadway Review: 'Our Lady of Kibeho' by Katori Hall

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Playwright Katori Hall ("The Mountaintop," "Hurt Village") came up with an ingenious method for dramatizing a national tragedy in a way that would make it accessible to audiences who might otherwise be overwhelmed by the...