seth frantzman

Kurdish protesters sack Turkish base in northern Iraq

Turkish forces have been in Kurdish northern Iraq since the 1990s but their presence has mostly not impacted civilian life.

Imagining evil

How a century of depicting a Jewish-Bolshevik threat caused hatred and genocide in Europe

Man’s best friend... at Shabbat dinner?

Pet peeves: the growing plague of entitlement

About a week ago, a woman had a dog unleashed in public and it came too close for comfort. I asked her to leash the dog and she blatantly ignored me.

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Terra Incognita: Western policy makers, stop being obsessed with ‘solutions’ in the Middle East

The key is to accept that some things are not “solvable” and hybrid structures and new paradigms are a good thing.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Iran's President Hassan Rouhani touch the coffin of

Terra Incognita: There are no reformers in the Iran regime

The very fact that Iran has succeeded time and again at pretending reformers exists is evidence of how well its narrative has influenced others.

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From gauchos to ostrich farmers

An exquisite new look at Jewish diversity takes the reader on a journey around the globe to document extraordinary communities in exotic locales.

Seth Frantzman

Video: 'Post' writer attacked at Jerusalem coexistence 'hug' event

Annual Jerusalem Hug disrupted by violent "anti-normalization" youth.

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