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In this week's magazine, at a time of rising anti-Semitism and divisions on the left over the Gaza war, leading writers including Howard Jacobson, Susan Neiman and Shlomo Sand reflect on what it means to be Jewish now, plus:
• Wayne Barnes on social media hate
• Alison Phillips on being sued by James Dyson
• Finn McRedmond on the Dublin riots
• Stephen Glover: will the Telegraph be nationalised?
• Rachel Cooke on Dr Who