A review of recent scholarship on the shaping of the modern Middle East in the aftermath of the Holocaust
This year, politics was everything
According to ‘respondents who experienced some form of anti-Semitic harassment in the past five years,’ 30 percent of the perpetrators were Muslim, 21 percent were left wing, and only 13 percent expressed right-wing views
Second in a series on the American left: Michael Walzer and Bernie Sanders
Campus Week: How a toxic postcolonial, postmodern discourse essentializes Muslim women into only their covering
Zvi Yehezkeli’s work is a riveting and often terrifying look into a continent in flux
Events over the weekend should spark a long-overdue, honest conversation about the real sources of European anti-Semitism
Who are these violent young men who seem so angry at the world?
At the end of 50 years of modern liberal revolution, fear of an unknown new order propels authoritarian nationalists with a disheartening message to women and other beneficiaries of social progress
Patricia Crone, the late scholar of Islam, fearlessly and rigorously explored the origins of Iran’s influential and mystical version of the religion
An interview with Israeli television lands French citizen, novelist, and essayist Amin Maalouf in a bizarre and ignorant thought-crime hell
The comedian and YouTube interview-show host still makes room for debate
What is the right thing to say?
The mass murder in Orlando wasn’t a random display of ‘hate.’ It is an expression of a repugnant political philosophy that targets women, Jews, and gays.
A foreign policy for 2016
In the second of a five-part series, how a rotting post-industrial city became Britain’s anti-Zionist capital
Why aren’t more non-Muslim feminists decrying violence against women in Muslim-majority countries?
The militant group Boko Haram is far more audacious than even this recent horrific, and unresolved, mass abduction lets on