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Jack Jacob, born into Calcutta’s Baghdadi community, bluffed the Pakistanis into surrendering 93,000 troops in 1971.
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Without fanfare, Mr. Wolfson took responsibility for the physical and spiritual survival of the Jewish People.
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I recently became a link in the chain of transmission that stretches back thousands of years.
Casting Holocaust survivors as nervy, pushy villains is a moral perversion.
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Forty years after 11 athletes were murdered in Munich, Israel still mourns alone.
A glimpse of his greatness.
A story that should make every Jew shudder.
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Eva Sandler transcends victimhood to become a modern-day heroine.
The Pulitzer Prize winner’s fanatical worldview has morphed into Jew-hatred.
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