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Is Bibi a mansplaining Orientalist?

by Ron Kampeas, JTA

2 hours ago

A carpet bazaar in the Iranian city of Tabriz. Image via Wikimedia Commons/JTA

Is Bibi a mansplainer?

Nancy Pelosi, the minority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, all but said so after Netanyahu’s Congress speech Tuesday:

As one who values the U.S.... read full article

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