“A couple of inhabitants of New York.”
The Egyptians “spit on us and called us monkeys and animals.” Israelis “gave us chocolate and juice and handcuffed us.”
Seven centuries of the ancient Jewish capital.
And the pitfalls of overstating the “shared culture” of Jews and Arabs in the Middle East.
A new era of interfaith cooperation?
Joseph Karo and the Judeo-Islamic tradition.
The current hierarchy gives the most rights to Muslims, and the fewest to religious Jews.
Neither victims nor collaborators.
Two Jews who drew on Sufism.
As usual, the experts get things backwards.
A blend of Spanish, Berber, Arabic, and Hebraic influences.
The Abraham Accords are changing attitudes in Britain, Pakistan, and the Middle East.
Dubai’s Jews struggle to build a public synagogue.
The first-ever Holocaust museum in southeast Asia highlights the tensions surrounding Jewish life in the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country.