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From the Moment COVID-19 Struck the Jewish World, It Exposed Painful New Divisions

A year after the pandemic first arrived in Israel, and after the first closure of a Jewish institution in the U.S., different Jewish communities are still struggling to find the best way to ensure cultural continuity

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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Only a handful of airline flights are landing at Ben-Gurion Airport these days. But this week, as each of them disgorged their load, a bevy of media crews were waiting outside Arrivals to capture the passengers on camera as they emerged.

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