Elsewhere: Israel’s incitement problem, ‘Mein Kampf’ returns, sheitels to Jewfros


Israel’s incitement problem: Israeli politicians need to do more than just condemn the murder of a Palestinian teen, Nahum Barnea writes. (Ynet)

‘Mein Kampf’ returns: The impending release of a critical edition of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” in German is a positive development, Peter Ross Range writes. (N.Y. Times)

Romania revisited: Returning on a book tour to his family’s homeland, Andrew Solomon discovers a place of prejudice but also a society in transition. (New Yorker)

From sheitels to Jewfros: Alan Dein explores the relationship between Jews and their hair. (Guardian)

The case against ‘Seinfeld’: The sitcom, now marking its 25th anniversary, celebrated selfishness, Joshua Furst writes. (Forward)

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