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Tuvia Tenenbom, the author of three bestsellers in a row, is a journalist, dramatist, and the founder of the Jewish Theater of New York. Tuvia studied for his doctorate in English literature at St. Johns University, earned his MFA in playwriting at CUNY-Brooklyn, received his BS in mathematics and computer science from Touro, and finished his rabbinical studies in Jerusalem. He also studied Christianity and Islam in Israel and New York as well as journalism, acting, theater, and finance (at NYU).
Bluntly satiricalirresistibly fascinatingseductive and engaging. New York Times Hugely entertaining,terribly funny, sarcastic, engaging, powerful, accusatory, judgmental, good! National Review A literary sensation. Haaretz Catch the Jew! is an illuminatingand alarmingaccount of a part of the promised land that few foreigners see offers one of the more interesting portraits of Palestinian politics to have appeared in English the current Palestinian leadership appears fairly shrewd (though apparently not shrewd enough to perform background checks on visitors), nepotistic, obsessed with theatrical PR productions of alleged Israeli crimes, but also surprisingly satisfied with the status quo That said, no reader of Catch the Jew! can come away having failed to learn many new things about Israelis and Palestinians, two peoples we talk about so much but understand so little. Wall Street Journal April 2015 Catch The Jew!, a daring and hilariously written account of the foreign-backed (and often foreign-staffed) media and peace industry in Israel. Each of the 55 short chapters is a portal to an aspect of Israeli and Arab life and some offense dreamed up by the peace industry. He observes how Israels left-wing intellectuals profess to be experts on the settlers they despise and the Palestinians they adore while showing negligible real knowledge about either. He shows how the Oslo Accords did significant damage to JewishArab relations on a local level. Of particular interest to Tenenbom is the European connection. The extent to which so many anti-Israel NGOs (foreign and domestic); hostile films, cultural events, and institutions; and Arab housing, educational facilities, and academic conferences are all funded by European governments is staggering. Jonathon Newman, Commentary Magazine 2015