The first Islamic art museum in North America has just opened to the public. Will it learn a thing or two from its many long-standing Jewish counterparts?
Tel Aviv’s popular gay party organizers used imagery from the gruesome ISIS beheadings to draw crowds to their nightclub last week. What were they thinking?
The fight against ISIS is an important moment for moral clarity, writes J.J. Goldberg. It’s a challenge that recalls nothing so much as World War II.
Right now in northern Syria, refugees are streaming across the barbed-wire frontier by the tens of thousands, fleeing the advance of the terrorist army known as the Islamic State.
Does Canada’s human rights museum lavish disproportionate attention on the Holocaust as compared to other genocides? And is that a justifiable choice?
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