“What would have become of us,” asked Picasso,“if Kahnweiler had not had a business sense?”
France’s Jews are caught between Islamist violence and secularist denigration. Four observers weighed the tradeoffs, exclusively for Mosaic subscribers.
A rare tale from the Cairo Genizah.
Marine Le Pen toned down her rhetoric, but her vision is inimical to Jewish freedom.
The controversial French politician is an observant Jew who disdains Zionism and extols the “unequalled splendor” of France’s Catholic heritage. What’s he up to?
An attempt to recreate an escape route.
Joshua Harmon’s Prayer for the French Republic asks the question, “When is it time to leave?”
But will the far-right support the most traditional Jew ever to have entered French politics?
The French presidential candidate has sympathy for neither the victims of anti-Semitic violence nor the Muslim perpetrators.
Before Alfred Dreyfus, there was Simon Deutz.
A complicated relationship.
Turning jihadist anti-Semitism into marijuana-induced madness.
Official France wants to obscure the facts of violence against Jews.