French journalist Albert Londres’ “The Wandering Jew Has Arrived” offers a unique glimpse, through the eyes of an outsider, of Jewish life at the brink of impending catastrophe
- 12 September, 2017 Nicole Krauss’s new novel: If Kafka met Dante in an Israeli desert Two New York Jews adrift in Israel seek answers through Kafka, kabbalah and the Tel Aviv Hilton in Krauss's eagerly awaited new novel, 'Forest Dark.'
- 19 March, 2017 When Arabs and Mizrahi Jews dreamed of a joint homeland Back in the 1920s, some Jews and Arabs had a dream of a 'shared life in Palestine.' Haaretz's editor at the time, however, called it 'anti-Zionist intrigue.'
- 9 December, 2016 Austrian film foretelling Nazism discovered in Paris flea market 90 years after disappearance After it premiered in 1924, the Jewish author of the novel the inspired 'The City Without Jews' was murdered by a Nazi. Now, the film will be digitally restored and aired with a new live score thanks to an unprecedented crowdfunding campaign.
- 21 March, 2017 Should Mel Gibson be forgiven because he helps Holocaust survivors? A PR campaign trumpeting the actor-filmmaker's generosity may not be enough to atone for anti-Semitic tirades, questionable personal conduct and religious bias.
- 9 October, 2017 ‘Mr. Stein Goes Online’: What happens when a septuagenarian tries internet dating French actor Pierre Richard has long been celebrated as a gifted practitioner of physical comedy, and its absence in ‘Mr. Stein Goes Online’ keeps the movie from taking off