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American Jews and the Conflict in Lebanon
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American Jews and the Conflict in Lebanon

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American Jews and the Conflict in Lebanon

American Jews and the Conflict in Lebanon
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The conflict between Israel and Hezbollah challenged some Jewish and Arab Americans to sort through a complicated mix of allegiances. They are torn between conflicting loyalties to nation, faith and even family.

Guests:

Thane Rosenbaum, novelist and essayist; author of The Myth of Moral Justice; teaches human rights at Fordham Law School; op-ed appeared in The Wall Street Journal

Aron Raskas, Baltimore attorney; op-ed appeared in Haaretz

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