May 6, 2002 Issue
"Everything they used to love her for, now they hate her for. I think she should start a new magazine called Jack."
-- Suzy Wetlaufer's sister Della Cushing, "An Affair to Remember"
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The Middle East War at Home
With Israel embroiled in an increasingly deadly conflict, a rising tide of anti-Semitism in Europe, and a perception of bias in the American media, American Jews have never felt so embattled. Amy Wilentz explicates the new mind-set. Craig Horowitz reports on how both sides plan to move forward in a world where trust has been exploded. On the left, Palestinians and Jews haven't given up hope of what they see as a just peace, reports Ariel Levy. But can you get there from here?
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