The Jewish state can take some steps to help its neighbor.
Naguib Mahfouz and the anti-Semites.
A rabbi and Bible scholar joins us to talk about his trips to biblical Egypt, and about the role of Egypt in the Jewish imagination.
Egypt kicked out Jews, Italians, and Greeks in the 1950s and continues to persecute Copts today.
Alois Brunner in Damascus.
Via Egypt and Syria.
Can massive investment and military force keep it from being a hotbed of terrorism?
The Abraham Accords and the Egyptian roots of Passover.
A tale of three summits.
Cairo needs the West even more than it needs the Kremlin.
Good fortune may be the best explanation for why the country has survived so many troubles.
Meeting Maimonides and fulfilling a dream.
The Ethiopian civil war, and a possible war between two of Jerusalem’s African allies.
Providing loopholes to American sanctions won’t end the war.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.