New English Review

September 2012

 
Meadow with Two Large Trees by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot

 

 

  
 

The Art of Destruction by Theodore Dalrymple

 

Hamlet Made Simple by David P. Gontar

 

Is The War Against  Islamic Terrorism Over?  Essays in Commemoration of 9/11

edited by Jerry Gordon

 

Closing the State Mental Hospitals by Thomas J. Scheff

 

The Final Crisis of the Left by Fergus Downie

 

Islamifornia Dreamin’: Maha ElGenaidi Comes to Nashville

by Rebecca Bynum

 

France, Riots and the Poverty of Marxists

by Geoffrey Clarfield

 

Adult Conversations by G. Murphy Donovan

 

2016, Obama’s America – The Film

a review by Norman Berdichevsky

 

A Day of Woe by Myron Gananian

 

Jews and the Invention of Ethical Consciousness

by Moshe Dann

 

Israel in the Crosshairs by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

 

“Israelity” – One American’s Experience in the World’s Hotspot

by Kenneth Hanson

 

Palestine Betrayed (by the Palestinians)

a book review by Norman Berdichevsky

 

Jimmy Carter: “Friend” of Israel and the Jews by Shai Afsai

 

What Lies Behind Iran’s Nuclear Threat: An interview with Ex-CIA Agent Reza Kahlili

by Jerry Gordon

 

How to be Progressive Without Being Antisemitic and Anti-Israel

by Jill Schaeffer

 

An Islamic Reading of King Henry IV  by David P. Gontar

 

Elizabethan Tragedy: Revengers and Over Reachers

by David Hamilton

 

The State to Live and Die In

a book review by Matthew Walther

 

Why I Publish EBooks by Richard Kostelanetz

 

Short Story:

 

“If Quires Of Angels Did Rejoice…” by John M. Joyce

 

Poetry:

 

Underground by Len Krisak

 

On a Wounded Fawn Appearing in my Yard

by Mark Anthony Signorelli

 

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