Macron’s Vain Hope for an Enlightened Islam
By MARK DURIE

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In the course of a few weeks, France, which has the highest proportion of Muslim citizens in Europe, has been subjected, once again, to bloody assassinations by attackers shouting “Allahu Akbar”. The first was the beheading of schoolteacher Samuel Paty, who had been discussing the Charlie Hebdo cartoons with his class. This was followed two weeks later by the killing …

TribuneMacron’s Vain Hope for an Enlightened Islam
By MARK DURIE

NYU Panel Delegitimizes Israeli History
By KARYS RHEA 

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On the same late September day that Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, a self-declared anti-Semite, spoke before a packed and supportive audience at Columbia University and questioned the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust, a subtler but equally pernicious anti-Semitic event was taking place on the other side of town. Titled “On Comparative Settler Colonialism,” the panel discussion at …

eHeziNYU Panel Delegitimizes Israeli History
By KARYS RHEA