Book Discussion on The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism
At the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC, author Andrew Bostom presented conclusions from his new book The Legacy of Antisemitism,… read more
At the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC, author Andrew Bostom presented conclusions from his new book The Legacy of Antisemitism, published by Prometheus Books. In the book Mr. Bostom drew from scholarly journals and sacred texts to argue that Islamic antisemitism is rooted in Islam’s foundational texts. Hillel Fradkin moderated and provided a complementary view to Dr. Bostom’s. Following their remarks, Drs. Bostom and Fradkin responded to questions from the audience.
Following his remarks, he responded to audience members' questions.
Dr. Andrew Bostom is the author of The Legacy of Jihad: Islamic Holy War and the Fate of Non-Muslims. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Brown University. He has published numerous articles and commentaries on Islam in the Washington Times, National Review Online, American Thinker and Revue Politique. close
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