HarperCollins wants to move on after scrubbing Israel from a map. Daniel S. Mariaschin asks what would happen if the publishing giant bowed to demands to erase other countries?
There may be one point in the Middle East conflict on which we can all agree: It’s complicated.
On July 18, 1994, terrorists bombed the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association building in Buenos Aires, killing 85 and wounding 300. Since then, we have learned that the bombing was carried out at the behest of key leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran.