New English Review

March 2009


The Fruits of Rage, Part I
by Richard L. Rubenstein

 


Beauty and the Beast
by Theodore Dalrymple

 


Rahamin
by Nidra Poller

 


Apologists of Totalitarianism: From Communism to Islam, Part IV:


The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, 9/11 and
The Apologists of Islamic Terrorism


               by Ibn Warraq

 


Jewish-Muslim Dialogue in Nashville, Tennessee


               by Rebecca Bynum

 


A Tale of Two Partitions: India 1947 and Palestine 1948


               by Norman Berdichevsky

 


The American Jewish Committee Missteps on Durban II

               by Jerry Gordon

 


Cease-Fire, With Whom?
by Raphael Israeli

 


No Sisterhood In Islam
 by Mary Jackson

 


An Interview with a Local Hero: Rabbi Jon Hausman


               by Jerry Gordon

 


Hank Greenberg in Space and AIG in Pieces

 

               by Jerry Gordon & John Haldi

 


It’s A Dog’s Life
by John M. Joyce  

Panache by Mary Jackson

When The Saints Come In In March


               by Esmerelda Weatherwax

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