The not-so-strange case of Laith Marouf.
Beware the slippery slopes to the north.
It’s difficult to discuss anti-Semitism “without trespassing from the language of the secular.”
Al-Aqsa isn’t in danger. But North American Jews are.
The birthplace of “Israel Apartheid Week” seems satisfied with vague gestures.
“Lowest form of humanity. Rather like the Israelis.”
Unwitting human shields.
A society that believes in nothing can offer no argument even against death.
Sent there by the British as enemy aliens.
Confirming the fears of Muslims who want nothing of the sort to happen.
A return to the nuclear status quo would betray them.
Assad didn’t require so large a security detail when visiting a rebel neighborhood as did IDF reservists visiting York University.
The trial of Ali Kourani.
A rare moment.