Martin Luther’s Jewish Journey

Dec. 11 2013

The Protestant founder did not always espouse the virulent hatred of Jews and Judaism with which he is now identified.

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More about: Anti-Semitism, Catholicism, David Nirenberg, Martin Luther, Protestantism, Reformation

Israel Doesn’t Violate International Law When It Allows Jews to Live and Build Houses in the West Bank

Nov. 20 2019

When the State Department announced yesterday that it no longer regards Israeli settlements outside of the 1949 armistice lines as illegal, it went not only against the opinion of the Carter administration but against a view widely held by journalists, policy analysts, and governments the world over. Yet, like other widely held beliefs, this one is incorrect. Alan Baker explains why it has no basis in international law:

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More about: International Law, Settlements, West Bank