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Jews

The Moral Obligation of Holocaust Remembrance

Sudeep Paul

On the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a spectre is haunting Europe, and the world, again

Shalom Al Yisrael

A survival saga bookended by history and memory

Mumbai Notebook

A synagogue as a cosmopolitan symbol

Amos Oz as Patriot and Dissident

Shaped by books and loss, he argued against the temptations of power

AM Homes: Where Weird is Wonderful

AM Homes, a master of suburban Gothic noir, explores the existential question of how to live and how to be

Haunted by the Ghosts of Babi Yar

Ajay Kamalakaran visits the site of a mass grave in the Ukraine where over 34,000 Jews were gunned down by Nazis and local accomplices in 1941

The Road to Jerusalem

The future of the Biblical city has been clouded by further anxiety, even foreboding, by the Trump declaration

Wendy Doniger: ‘I love the Hindu storytelling tradition’

Wendy Doniger in Open Conversation with Tunku Varadarajan

Open Diary

Migration tales

Open Diary

Jerusalem is the point of convergence of all three Abrahamic religions

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