Mohammed and the Jews Judaism in Islam: Biblical and Talmudic Backgrounds of the Koran and its Commentaries: Suras II and III. by Abraham I. Katsh. Published for New...

Modern science and technology meet with ancient Islamic tradition in this little tale of the Mysterious Near East, where all confusions resolve themselves at last...

The Near East, it is generally agreed, is today perhaps the most serious gap in the system of defenses the democratic world is trying to...

Jews and the Arab World Cairo to Damascus. by John Roy Carlson. Knopf. 474 pp. $4.50. Eternal Stranger: The Plight of the Modern Jew from Baghdad to Casablanca. by Lawrence...

An oppressed (and depressed) minority in the midst of a Jewish state would be a historical irony and moral blunder too great to be tolerated;...

It is easy, amid all the discussion of the problem of the Arab refugees from Palestine—with seven-digit figures and large schemes occupying the center of...

Glubb’s Romantic Arab The Story of the arab Legion. by John Bagot Glubb. London, Hodder and Stoughton. 371 pp. £1/5/—.   Brigadier Glubb—Glubb Pasha, as he is called—is the frustrated...

Cross-Currents in Islam History of the Islamic Peoples. by Carl Brockelmann. Translated from the German by Joel Carmichael and Moshe Perlmann. G. P. Putnam. 582 pp. $6.00. Minorities in...

It was not until after World War I that the Arabs became conscious of themselves as a people. Before that, all the Arabic-speaking countries of...

The violence of Arab refusals to recognize the new Jewish state has seemed quite disproportionate to many observers. Can we explain this, and other aspects...

Aubrey S. Eban, the representative of the Israeli government at the UN, has won respect in all quarters for his intellectual ability, the cogency and...

Will Palestine’s anxious weeks of truce lead to a lasting political settlement or will they prove to be only a short wait between two periods...