Tuesday night, May 31, the 28th of Iyar on the Jewish calendar, we mark Yom Yerushalayim, “Jerusalem Day,” the day (on the Jewish calendar) when Jerusalem was reunited in 1967. Last year I wrote about some of the ambivalence I feel for this holiday. I wrote: On the one hand, ‘when I watch...
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