Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  books
Latest

‘STRANGE’ AND ‘STRANGERS’, by Edward N. Luttwak (Tablet)

By   /  September 13, 2017  /  books, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

Sept. 12, 2017 Two new studies of Islam portray recent outbursts of coordinated violence and oppression not as a reaction to Western liberalism but instead as fundamental to the religion itself Click here for full article

Read More →
Latest

The Progression of Sharia and Jihad in Non-Muslim Countries – New Update By Dr. Peter Hammond (Pamela Geller)

By   /  September 4, 2017  /  books, dhimmitude, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

Sept. 3, 2017 – adapted from a chapter in Slavery, Terrorism and Islam – The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat Click here for article

Read More →
Latest

Book Review: Douglas Murray’s The Crisis of Will Behind Europe’s Woes, by Sohrab Amari (Commentary via Mosaic)

By   /  August 17, 2017  /  books, dhimmitude, International, Islam  /  No Comments

Aug. 14, 2017 In The Strange Death of Europe, Douglas Murray paints a bleak picture of a suicidal Europe that has lost confidence in its own heritage while opening its borders to large immigrant populations it has proven incapable of integrating. Sohrab Amari, calling the book “fiery, lucid, and essential,” writes in his review: Murray argues that […]

Read More →
Latest

Book review: Hello, Refugees! by Tuvia Tenenbom (Elder of Ziyon)

By   /  August 8, 2017  /  anti-Semitism, books, friends/enemies, Holocaust, International, Islam  /  No Comments

Aug. 7, 2017 Did I ever tell you about my dinner with Tuvia Tenenbom? Tuvia is a bestselling author that I’ve reviewed twice here. He writes in a very entertaining style. I like Tuvia! I was invited to a dinner party about a month ago hosted by Phyllis Chesler in her apartment. The food was great and the guests were […]

Read More →
Latest

Secret team of German Jews helped US Army defeat Hitler, by Caroline Howe (Daily Mail)

By   /  August 1, 2017  /  books, History, Holocaust, International  /  No Comments

July 24, 2017 The German Jews who helped the US Army defeat Hitler: How top secret team of refugee heroes interrogated Nazi POWs but were shunned after the war because of their ‘enemy’ accents WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT  The U.S. Army’s elite group known as the Ritchie Boys – named for the camp in Maryland where […]

Read More →
Latest

Book Review: Tuvia Tenenbom’s “The Lies They Tell” by Elder of Ziyon

By   /  July 31, 2017  /  anti-Semitism, books, hypocricy, International, other  /  No Comments

July 25, 2017 As I read “The Lies They Tell,” Tuvia Tenenbom’s account of his visiting some 28 of the 50 United States over the course of about a year, I found myself thinking of two disparate classics of pop culture.. The first is Simon and Garfunkel’s classic “America“, a song about a road trip […]

Read More →
Latest

Books: The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise: Muslims, Christians, and Jews under Islamic Rule in Medieval Spain, by Darío Fernández-Morera

By   /  July 28, 2017  /  books, History, Human Rights, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

A finalist for World Magazine’s Book of the Year! “Essential reading.” —Antonio Carreño, Brown University  “A watershed in scholarship.” —Raphael Israeli, Hebrew University of Jerusalem “Desperately, desperately needed as a counter to the mythology that pervades academia on this subject.” —Paul F. Crawford, California University of Pennsylvania Click here for review by M.E. Forum

Read More →
Latest

Book Review:The Challenge of Modernizing Islam: Reformers Speak Out and The Obstacles They Face by Christine Douglass-Williams…by Daniel Pipes

By   /  July 21, 2017  /  books, friends/enemies, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

July 18, 2017 Here, Christine Douglass-Williams, a Canadian journalist and civil rights activist… took the time to find eight leading North American modernizers and gave them the opportunity to present themselves and their views. Each has a distinctive outlook. Click here for full article

Read More →
Latest

The Red Cross and the Holocaust – Samuel Moyn (WSJ via Daily Alert)

By   /  July 21, 2017  /  anti-Semitism, books, History, Holocaust, U.N. & NGOs  /  No Comments

July 21, 2017 The Red Cross and the Holocaust – Samuel Moyn In Humanitarians at War: The Red Cross in the Shadow of the Holocaust, historian Gerald Steinacher chronicles how an organization meant to curb the barbarity of warfare found it difficult to live down its most grievous mistake: cozying up to the Third Reich, remaining silent about […]

Read More →
Latest

Book Review: “Kingdom of Olives and Ash: Writers Confront the Occupation,” (review) by Matti Friedman (Washington Post)

By   /  June 25, 2017  /  books, friends/enemies, media bias, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Jun. 23, 2017 Matti Friedman is a journalist in Jerusalem and the author, most recently, of “Pumpkinflowers.” Click here to read review

Read More →