The time: 2003. The place: Black Site: Undisclosed Location. A battered man strung up by his wrists is being questioned by an interrogator. When he refuses to answer he is forced to the ground and held down by three men wearing ski masks. A black towel is wrapped around his face...
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Islamist fighters seize Syria crossing near Israel
What Ramy knew about the fall of Assad and the rise of the Islamic State
Libeskind-designed museum reflects surrealist Nussbaum’s art
Moving and shaking
Clandestine love affair fuels “My Old Lady” directed by Israel Horovitz
What’s behind the rush to judgment in Ferguson Missouri?
Israeli director Ari Folman’s new film ‘The Congress’ is visually stunning
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It was the best of times, and it was the worst of times around the world.
Dickens’ famous line aptly describes a wide swath of the Arab world in 2011. It was a good year for the Arab Street as popular uprisings, fueled by the social media, swept across the Middle East toppling...
June 7, 2011 | 6:29 pm
Anti-Circumcision Advocates Draw Ire
It appears that the male genital mutilation organization (MGMbill.org), Matthew Hess and Jena Troutman (“In Foreskin Fight, Even Terminology Is Being Disputed,” June 3 ) are following in the footsteps of such notorious leaders as Hitler,...
June 1, 2011 | 10:30 am
Different Kind of Anti-Semitism?
Danielle Berrin did the Jewish community a great service by showing why Lars von Trier should be singled out as the lone exception from a rogue’s gallery of anti-Semites, including Mel Gibson, Oliver Stone, John Galliano and Charlie Sheen (“Not...
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September 28, 2006 | 8:00 pmThe path of jihad begins in a cave on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. From there, it takes a dizzying spin through Iran, wends its way through the Middle East and then settles, inevitably, in Israel.
January 16, 2003 | 7:00 pm
Report: Saudi Sponsorship Hidden
Saudi Arabia's sponsorship of an anti-Israel radio campaign in the United States last year was reportedly hidden. The Saudi government, through a Washington public relations firm, Qorvis Communications, spent $679,000 alone on anti-Israel radio...