New English Review

December 2014

Over Eternal Peace by Isaac Levitan


Warmth is Cool by Theodore Dalrymple

Christmas in the Koran, Or, What is Left of Islam?

a review by Rebecca Bynum

The First World War: Victory Abroad, Grief at Home

by Conrad Black

Fact and Tact by Theodore Dalrymple

Flights at Dusk by David Wemyss

A Maccabee for All Seasons – Jewish, Christian, Literary and Rastafarian

by Geoffrey Clarfield

After The Jerusalem Massacre: Islamic “Martyrs” and Islamic “Peace”

by Louis René Beres

George Deek and his Rejection of the Arab Culture of Intimidation, Intolerance and Intransigence

by Norman Berdichevsky

Benghazi Select Committee Hearing: “Why Were We There?”

by Jerry Gordon

Islamism, Islamofascism, and Islam? by G. Murphy Donovan

Death in Benghazi – Part 4: Is The House Intelligence Committee Benghazi Report a “Whitewash”?

by Jerry Gordon

Understanding Islamic Terrorism as Religious Sacrifice

by Louis René Beres

Terror beneath the Veil: The Subjugation of Muslim Women in India

by Ankur Betageri

Islam and the Context Argument by Richard Butrick

Is Erdogan’s Turkey an Emerging State Sponsor of Terrorism?

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

The Heart’s Abundance: Seduction and Bad Faith in The Reign of King Edward III  

by David P. Gontar

Themes of Betrayal and Deception in Genesis

by Moshe Dann

Marriage from the Standpoint of Practical Reason: A Dialogue

by Michael Flood

On the Re-Issue of The New Antisemitism: an Interview with Dr. Phyllis Chesler

by Jerry Gordon

White Light by Richard Kostelanetz


Miserable Title by Len Krisak

Inner Cities by Hannah Messinger

To the Postmaster by Arnapurna Rath

Brief Lives by Thomas Ország-Land

There are Snakes in Dhenkanal by Bibhu Padhi

 Eight Degrees At Two AM by David Asia


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