The real reasons behind its spat with Morocco.
The late Tunisian-Jewish intellectual wonders if he is a traitor.
Euphemisms will not win the war.
The Homer of Lod.
The Daoud affair.
On Michael Walzer’s The Paradox of Liberation.
Watch the conversation.
Answer: religious quietism, draconian security, and the trauma of civil war.
What Michael Walzer misses.
Michael Walzer’s paradox is anything but.
In 1942, Allied forces invading Algeria, then under the control of Vichy France, cooperated with a group of mostly Jewish local resistance fighters. The story. . .
Born in Algeria to Moroccan Jewish parents, Erez Biton came to Israel as a child, grew up in the town of Lod near Israel’s main. . .