From a recent article by Mia Lee in Contemporary European History titled “Nazis in the Middle East: Assessing Links Between Nazism and Islam”: …Rubin and Schwanitz also examine how the Third Reich planned to extend its racial policies. For instance, they elaborate on the role of SS officer Walter Rauff, who was sent to Tunisia in […]
By Steve Mariotti Huffington Post, July 7, 2016 “Terrorism, the Skorzeny Syndrome, is flourishing in the modern world, a reminder that Hitler and Nazism are still taking their toll more than three decades after the Third Reich collapsed.”— Glenn B. Infield, biographer of Nazi commander Otto Skorzeny On November 28, 1941, Adolf Hitler and Arab […]
Session 1: State-to-State Issues and the Changed Region: Opening remarks Prof. Uriel Reichman, President and Founder, IDC Herzliya. Judith Colp Rubin, Honorary President, Rubin Center for Research in International Affairs, IDC Herzliya. Dr. Jonathan Spyer, Director, Rubin Center for Research in International Affairs, IDC Herzliya. Panel Chair: Dr. Jonathan Spyer, […]
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By Brent Scher The Washington Free Beacon Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken flack for his comments this week that overstated the influence that Haj Amin al-Husseini had on Adolf Hitler, but a leading historian says that al-Husseini nevertheless played a key role in Hitler’s plans outside of Europe. Dr. Wolfgang G. Schwanitz’s [and […]
Click here for PDF In the following transcript Dr. Martin Kramer recounts his friendship and long acquaintance with Prof. Barry Rubin and their shared interest in U.S. Middle East policy, noting Rubin’s deep concerns regarding the Obama administration in this regard. Also discussed is the administration’s view of the region, contending that it has an […]