A Frenchman for Israel

Daniel Sibony, born into a modest Jewish family in Marrakech, Morocco, came to Paris at the age of 14 as a mathematical whiz kid, and went on to become a respected mathematician, philosopher, practicing psychoanalyst…and insightful commentator on current events in general and the Arab-Israeli conflict in particular. Sibony explores anti-Semitism in his latest work, L’enigme antisemite, where we learn volumes about the sources and mechanisms of anti-Semitism generated by Christianity and Islam, an anti-Semitism that is inextricably connected to Muslim scripture.

A Frenchman for Israel

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