What if there is no solution?
After two decades, Fouad Ajami’s words ring true.
It’s no better in English than in Arabic.
The Lebanese-born scholar knew more about the Jewish state than any Arab intellectual of his generation.
Nobody could match him as an interpreter of the Arab Middle East—or as a deft and witty scourge of his academic opponents.
On a barren piece of land, the Zionists built a flourishing modern state. The Arabs could have learned from this experiment, but they drew back in horror. (2008.)
The most polished writing andsharpest analysis in the Jewish world.