John Paul II and the Jews

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More than any other pope, John Paul II was the twentieth century’s greatest papal friend and supporter of the Jewish people. Indeed, John Paul II’s extraordinary relationship with the Jews was an important chapter in the historic legacy of his pontificate, which has had profound . . . . Continue Reading »

Hitler’s Mufti

From the August/September 2005 Print Edition

In his 2004 book The Return of Anti-Semitism, Gabriel Schoenfeld declared that “the ancient and modern strands of anti-Semitism” have been “successfully fused today” in the Muslim world, “and from there the hatred of Jews receives its main propulsion outward.” In the 2003 Never Again? . . . . Continue Reading »

Still Strangers

From the November 1993 Print Edition

Jews in Christian America: The Pursuit of Religious Equality by Naomi W. Cohen Oxford University Press, 300 pages, $39.95 In her meticulously researched new study, Professor Naomi W. Cohen of the Jewish Theological Seminary provides a comprehensive historical analysis of the Jewish quest for . . . . Continue Reading »