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Steve Apfel is Director of the School of Management Accounting in Johannesburg. He also directs The Writing Artists’ Room, offering creative ideas and content to corporate clients. His first book, Hadrian’s Echo: the whys and wherefores of Israel’s critics, was received with critical acclaim. His latest book, Enemies of Zion, is due out in 2016. His articles appear in several international journals.

ARTICLES BY: Steve Apfel


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South Africa: Dark Clouds of Diaspora Dreams

If the Jews do one thing well, it’s to imprint their mark on new lands. And if that imprint describes one pattern, it would be...

Culture

Montreal Concert Features ‘Violins of Hope’ That Survived Holocaust

Musicians at a concert in Montreal on Saturday played violins that once belonged...

Prominent Zionist Artist’s Remarkable Portrayal of an Arab Leader

On November 20, 1977, former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat became the first Arab...

Features

How to Fight the Cultural BDS Movement

One of the good things about the bad times of today is that people are not staying silent about rising...

‘New Hope’ in Fight Against Tay-Sachs Disease

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School are touting a possible breakthrough in the fight against Tay-Sachs disease, a...

Severe Storm Flattens Sukkahs From New Jersey to Boston

A fierce wind and rainstorm wreaked havoc on sukkahs from New Jersey to Boston, leaving a path of destruction that...

World

Trump Lauds Relations With Erdogan, as Turkish Strongman Visits White House

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday lauded his relationship with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as the leaders met to overcome mounting differences between the two NATO allies ranging from...

Israel

Netanyahu Says Gaza Operation Has Bolstered Israel’s Deterrence; Woma...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that the fighting with Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip had been...

Middle East

Lebanon Slips Deeper Into Turmoil, No Sign of New Government

Protesters barricaded main roads across Lebanon on Wednesday after President Michel Aoun enraged demonstrators by urging them to end their revolt against corruption and cronyism in the political establishment. His remarks...

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