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avatar Wolfgang G. Schwanitz
Dr. Wolfgang G. Schwanitz, Middle East historian and Hochberg Family Writing Fellow at the Middle East Forum of Philadelphia, authored recently the German books Islam in Europe, Revolts in the Middle East; Middle East Mosaic 2013 and Middle East Mosaic 2014. He edited in English Germany and the Middle East, and co-authored with Barry M. Rubin Nazis, Islamists and the Making of the Modern Middle East.

ARTICLES BY: Wolfgang G. Schwanitz


May 14, 2017 12:34 pm
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The Palestinian Connection to the Nazis

Last month, Israel's National Library blogged about Heinrich Himmler's lost telegram to the grand mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini. Contrary to the oft-repeated claim that Nazi Germany...

Features

Will Palestinian Energy Feud Spark Surge in Violence Against Israel?

JNS.org - The long-running feud between Hamas and Fatah has led to a deepening...

‘Love of Christians’ Touted as Strategic Asset for Israel at Major Policy Conference

JNS.org - The strategic importance of Christian Zionism was highlighted...

Memory of Greek Jewish Metropolis Endures at New Holocaust Museum

JNS.org - Last week’s visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, to Thessaloniki, Greece, marked the construction...

World

As Austrian Capital Readies for ‘Al-Quds Day’ March, Anti-Fasci...

As pro-Iranian and Hezbollah demonstrators prepare for the annual "Al-Quds Day" march in Vienna on Saturday, anti-fascist activists in the...

Israel

Israeli Official Denies Report Deal Was Reached With US to Freeze Settlemen...

An Israeli government official denied on Friday a report that an agreement had been reached with the Trump administration to refrain...

Middle East

Iranian Envoy May be Chosen as UNESCO Leader

JNS.org - The United Nations cultural body UNESCO, which has passed several anti-Israel resolutions during the last year, is likely to elect Iran’s permanent delegate to UNESCO as the agency’s new...

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