Robert Zaretsky


Why 'Jew' Is Rarely Spoken Word in France — Even After Kosher Grocery Terror

By Robert Zaretsky

Why 'Jew' Is Rarely Spoken Word in France — Even After Kosher Grocery Terror
The Charlie Hebdo cartoonists were killed for being cartoonists. Robert Zaretsky asks why France cannot seem to accept that the kosher grocery terror victims were killed for being Jews.Read More


Was Terror Attack Tied to 'Muslim Future' Satire?

By Robert Zaretsky

Was Terror Attack Tied to 'Muslim Future' Satire?
By now, news of the massacre at the offices of the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo has reached the U.S. In perhaps the fullest account on this side of the Atlantic, the New York Times reports that the masked assailants—two according to a witness, three according to the police—burst into the lobby of the paper’s offices and began to fire their AK-47s, killing as many as a dozen people, including two police officers, before they fled the scene.Read More


Does Home Invasion Signal Beginning of End for French 'Israelites'?

By Robert Zaretsky

Does Home Invasion Signal Beginning of End for French 'Israelites'?
A vicious attack on a suburban Paris couple forces Robert Zaretsky to ask: What kind of future do French Jews have in a country that seems to be turning against them?Read More


Will France Recognize a Palestinian State?

By Robert Zaretsky

Will France Recognize a Palestinian State?
As France decides on whether to recognize a Palestinian state, a spotlight shines on a foreign minister with Jewish roots who will help decide the vote.Read More


A French Jew Gazes Longingly Back at Vichy

By Robert Zaretsky

A French Jew Gazes Longingly Back at Vichy
A new French best-seller puts the puppet Vichy regime on a shameful pedestal. Robert Zaretsky unpacks the historic distortion, written by a Jewish author.Read More



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