“As with so many intellectuals, Said’s cultural influence was greater than his merits.”
What Francis’s visit to Iraq means for Israel and the Jews.
A mistake the Syrian government is happy not to correct.
Beyond bullets and band-aids.
The Lebanese Marshall Pétain.
“Crusaders, infidels, and foreigners.”
A special relationship between Jews and Christians.
Making rebuilding after the depredations of Islamic State difficult.
The World Council of Church’s new supersessionism.
An Iraqi-Canadian bishop reflects on the Abrahamic legacy.
Things are bad under Fatah, and worse under Hamas.
The Palestinian Christmas charade.