New English Review

July 2015


The Bridle Path, White Mountains by Winslow Homer

 

 

An Afterword for The Cunning of History

by Richard L. Rubenstein

Hazards of Hazlitt by Theodore Dalrymple

Showing the World What It Means to Follow Jesus

by Rebecca Bynum

Pope Francis and the Green Encyclical by Conrad Black

From Scotland to Timor by Theodore Dalrymple

Books Do Furnish A Mind, Part IV by Ibn Warraq

Moslem Saint or Sufi?

by Geoffrey Clarfield & John Robert Colombo

Against Mine Too: Rape-as-Politics Revisited

by Samuel Hux

Absurd Identity Politics; Rachel Dolezal, et. al.

by Norman Berdichevsky

The Protocols of The Elders of PC by Richard Butrick

Spengler, Urbanism and a New Primary-Symbol

by David Beauchamp

The Conspiracy of Left and Right to Discredit Science

by Lorna Salzman

Empowering Kurdistan by Jerry Gordon

Dangerous Liaisons: RAND Corporation and the Herzl Institute

by G. Murphy Donovan

Israeli Deterrence in the Eye of the Hurricane

by Louis René Beres

Rising European Anti-Israelism: an interview with Manfred Gerstenfeld

by Jerry Gordon

Jimmy Carter and Hamas by Joseph S. Spoerl

The IDF Sword Batallion by Norman Berdichevsky

France: A Pioneer of New Antisemitism in Europe

by Manfred Gerstenfeld

The Nation State of the Jewish People by Robert Wolfe

Islam, an Arabic Religion by Sha’I ben-Tekoa

Religious Schools, Ideology and Terrorism by Samir Yousif

S?t?’s Suicide: How the Ideology of Pativrata Sati Destroys Indian Women

by Ankur Betageri

Short Stories:

The Best Friend by James Como

Two More Tries At It by P. David Hornik

Poetry:

Esther by Hans Kaltneker translated by William Ruleman

The Passport by Gopikrishnan Kottoor

A Kind of Looking Back by Bibhu Padhi

Uncertain Shores by Dilip Mohapatra

Reminders for Future Ages by Miklós Radnóti

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

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