Naguib Mahfouz and the anti-Semites.
And their translator’s ambivalent attitude toward Jews.
A Columbia professor condemns an Arab author for accepting the Israel Prize.
While comparing Jews to Nazis.
Poems take up nearly one fifth of many al-Qaeda magazines.
And can provide guidance for U.S. policy.
The revolution that wasn’t.
Once upon a time, Jews lived here.
Deflecting Islamic criticism of Jewish Scripture.
Ibn Hazm, who lived in Muslim Spain in the 11th century, is best known today for his literary achievements. But like many Jewish and Muslim. . .