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‘A meeting of two crises’: a country at war and a singer who felt washed up

MATTI FRIEDMAN has chronicled the story of how Leonard Cohen’s strange, impromptu tour in ’73 became a pathway into the memory of the War for Israelis.

How the pandemic stopped the unstoppable Fiddler in its tracks

The coronavirus pandemic has done something that no war, natural disaster or other calamity has been able to do: stop stage performances of “Fiddler on the Roof”

TV show Shtisel blamed for Brooklyn tours that leave Chasidim feels like ‘freaks’

Hundreds of tourists have been descending on Chasidic communities on a daily basis, acting in a way deemed to be intrusive

Israeli and Palestinian tour guides offer shared view of the Holy Land

GERALDINE BROOKS: With conflict raging again in Israel, a fearless initiative reveals a complex reality that few visitors ever experience

J Street’s ‘Birthright’: Yad Vashem, Ramallah and visiting a settlement

Inaugural 10-day tour, designed as an alternative o Birthright, titled ‘Let Our People Know,’ begins on Tuesday and features meetings with settlers and peace activists

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