György Spiró’s ‘Captivity’ is a historical epic that zooms in on the details of daily life and pulls back to examine themes of religion, politics and Jewish Diaspora life.
Simon J. Rabinovitch
Historian Maud Mandel argues that attacks against Jews by Muslims from Parisian suburbs hearken back to the way France departed its colonies in North Africa.
Established just a year before the State of Israel, Pakistan's founders were well aware of the parallels between themselves and the Zionists.
A recent museum exhibit in Paris delved into the question of how Orientalism has changed the image of the Jew in Europe, for both Christians and Jews.