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It is true, too, that Selijuks and Khwarezmids and Ayyubids, invaders from elsewhere in the Middle East, each took a turn ruling over the city during the Middle Ages. This is also real history. Historical, but not historic. For Kimmelman, though, the opposite is true. A critic is entitled to his preferences.
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But consider how his opening paragraph erases Jews from the archaeological history of the Old City:. The Hurva foreground and Tiferet Israel synagogues. From someone who purports to care deeply about architectural and demographic preservation, this assertion is striking. The destruction of the Hurva synagogue was hardly an act of preservation. That the destruction was seen as an affront to Jews might help explain why Kimmelman, averse to the "Jewish version" of history, ignores the architectural crime.
The prominent domes of the Hurva and Tiferet Israel synagogues.
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Far worse than the destruction of buildings, however grand, was how the Jordanian conquerors changed the social fabric of the Old City: by expelling every last Jew. So much for amber.
In a city long defined by low-rise, stone-clad buildings, Israeli authorities are now approving story glass towers and cut-and-paste office park development more in keeping with Singapore or Jakarta than Jerusalem. But only four paragraphs later, those stone-clad structures he favorably mentioned become a problem:. It is only when Israel inherited the British ordinance that the stone cladding became evidence not of awe, but of a propaganda campaign.
For the Times architecture critic, then, the buildings matter less than who is doing the building. And even fewer in the religious community believe it: Does the New York Times regularly include sales data from Christian bookstores, for example? Of course, in order to assume that the New York Times is unbiased when it comes to conservative and religious books, one has to assume the Times is unbiased when reporting on other conservative and religious matters.
But even if one does believe the Times has no ideological agenda, its best-seller list is still the least accurate of all major best-seller lists. Instead, the paper did what progressive institutions and individuals routinely do when differed with: attack the individual. Actually, I did write that a previous book of mine was on the Times list. Moreover, why does listing that I am a New York Times best-selling author render me a hypocrite?
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Anyway, what connection is there between my alleged hypocrisy and whether the New York Times best-seller list is legitimate? The others list the book.
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Other organizations rely on book sales from different reporting stores and reporting periods. Only the New York Times best-seller list is right. I am sure most of its readers believe that. And so long as the Times refuses to open up about how it arrives at its unique numbers, no one should believe it. More articles. Previous articles.
I pointed out that The Rational Bible: Exodus , the first volume of my commentary on the first five books of the Bible the Torah , did not appear on the New York Times best-seller list even though it was: — No. Most Popular.
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