Tel Aviv's Sarona Market, once home to members of a rigid, German religious order. Eyal Toueg

When the Heart of Tel Aviv Was Home to Nazi Sympathizers and British Oppressors

The grim history behind Sarona, the site of last week’s terror attack.

Sarona. The name pops up casually and often in conversations in Israel these days, as in, “Adidas opened a branch in Sarona” or “We tried a wonderful Beaujolais at that wine bar in Sarona.” Most often, though,...

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