Here are the Blogs in the Richard L. Rubenstein
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Sandro Magister writes in L'Espresso:
In ten days, on Friday, April 28, Pope Francis will land in an Egypt still shaken by the massacres of Palm Sunday, carried out by Muslims in two Christian churches packed with faithful.
But the mantra of the Vatican authorities, starting with the pope, ...Read More...
Posted on 04/18/2017 10:37 AM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Tuesday, 17 January 2017
Kimberly Baxter writes in the Library of Social Science:
In The Cunning of History: The Holocaust and the American Future, Richard Rubenstein writes,
One of the least helpful ways of understanding the Holocaust is to regard the destruction process as the work of a small group of irresponsible ...Read More...
Posted on 01/17/2017 9:09 AM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Thursday, 26 May 2016
When my wife, the late Dr. Betty Roger Rubenstein, and I were in Japan when I was president of the University of Bridgeport (ca 1998), somebody told the Mayor of Hiroshima that I was the author of After Auschwitz. The mayor invited Betty and me to visit Hiroshima, which we did. I suspect that there ...Read More...
Posted on 05/26/2016 6:10 PM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Sunday, 24 May 2015
Richard Spencer makes an interesting point:
Ever since Isil emerged in its current form in 2013, military and and political analysts have been saying that its success is due to its grasp of both tactics and strategy.
Its strategy is essentially Maoist - the comparison has not been enough made, ...Read More...
Posted on 05/24/2015 1:51 PM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Friday, 17 April 2015
Sandro Magister writes in Chiesa L’Espresso:
ROME, April 17, 2015 - The first true “causus belli” that has broken the spell of a universally revered and praised pontificate has erupted on account of a century-old massacre, which Pope Francis has had the boldness to call by name, the taboo name of ...Read More...
Posted on 04/17/2015 8:39 AM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Monday, 13 April 2015
As usual, Jerry Gordon is on target, He understands that the Armenian genocide was a jihad, a sacralized form of mass extermination in which the victims were regarded as enemies of God for whom any kind of death, no matter how obscene, can be inflicted without regret or apology. That is part, ...Read More...
Posted on 04/13/2015 4:06 PM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Tuesday, 17 February 2015
Please note the NYT obituary of Arnaud de Borchgrave.
I was a founding member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Washington Times and later became chairman of that board. I took a lot of heat for membership on that board and association with the newspaper from the usual sources. I knew it would ...Read More...
Posted on 02/17/2015 10:54 AM by Richard L. Rubenstein
Thursday, 8 January 2015
In 2004, I wrote a book that was published only in French, La Perfidie de l’Histoire, It was a scholarly book, but I had a basic political objective: to warn about the impact of mass Muslim immigration into France and western Europe. My publisher, Olivier Véron, took me around to some editors of French ...Read More...
Posted on 01/08/2015 5:51 AM by Richard L. Rubenstein