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April 6, 2008 — Is Iran winning the Iraq war? Plus, a new book on the "prosperity gospel" and a documentary, Stalags, explores Nazi-themed pornography popular in Israel in the 1960s.
March 30, 2008 — Amtrak and Greyhound enable federal immigration agents to inspect passengers; the Jewish Awareness Movement brings aggressive religious outreach to college campuses; and a cantor's journey from the world of popular performance to the synagogue.
March 23, 2008 — The Lower East Side Tenement Museum tries to block a union drive; the controversy over who can conduct Orthodox conversions; plus a new collection of translated poetry from the golden age of Spain
March 16, 2008 — Reflections on how to stop the Iraq War, five years in; a look at how the Hamas/Israeli conflict is playing out regionally; and State Senator Eric Schneiderman on what progressives need to do to make Democrats accountable
March 9, 2008 — An exhibit on Jewish Holocaust refugees who settled in the Dominican Republic under Trujillo; a growing chorus calls on Israel to negotiate with Hamas; and artists Julia Meltzer, David Thorne, and Rami Farah on their pieces in the Whitney Biennial