Richard L. Rubenstein

Articles by Richard L. Rubenstein in New English Review:

An Afterword for The Cunning of History (July 2015)

An Interview with Professor Richard L. Rubenstein in The World & I, 1991 (February 2015)

The Armenian Genocide as Jihad (January 2014)

God after the Death of God (February 2013)

Bat Ye’or and the Coming Universal Caliphate (January 2013)

Hannah Arendt, the Holocaust, and the State of Israel (December 2012)

Martin Buber and the Holocaust: Some Reconsiderations (November 2012)

Some Reflections on the Passing of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon (October 2012)

Islam and Christianity: The Roots of Europe’s Religious Identity (December 2011)

A More Perfect Union and the Clash of Civilizations (November 2011)

The Place of Religion in 9/11 Commemorations (September 2011)

Berlin, August 13, 1961 (August 2011)

Was Dietrich Bonhoeffer a Righteous Gentile? (April 2011)

The First Christian Holy Wars (March 2011)

What Does Obama Really Want? An Hypothesis. (July 2010)

Jihad versus Jahiliyya: The Seminal Islamist Doctrine of Sayyid Qutb (February 2010)

Why I Have Written Jihad and Genocide (February 2010)

The Religion of Sacrifice and Abraham, Isaac and Jesus (October 2009)

My Grandmother's Paper Bag (August 2009)

Muslims, Jews, and the Western World: A Jewish View (May 2009)

The Fruits of Rage, Part I (March 2009)

   The Fruits of Rage, Part II (April 2009)

Jihad and the Roots of Europe’s Religious Identity (Jan. 2009)