Germany and Iran
The decades-old taboo against Israelis meeting with Arab leaders had been broken. More and more Arab countries are willing to accept Israel as an ally in the defense against Iran
Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A., March 26, 2019
About the meaning of the booklet "Islam and Jewry" and the Bludan Congress of September 1937
Hamburg, July 3, 2018
Islamic antisemitism is a major foreign policy issue: Only governments can stop the flow of hate messages by denouncing and punishing state- and non-state actors.
Hamburg, March 2, 2018
It was not Israel or Zionism that provoked the 1967 war but the latent anti-Zionism and antisemitism in the Arab world and the fact that Nasser was gripped by the same destructive sentiments that he whipped up in the masses.
FATHOM, BICOM's quaterly online journal, March 15, 2017
Could This War Against Israel Have Been Prevented?
JEWISH POLITICAL STUDIES REVIEW, (2016), Vol. 26, No. 3-4
After the 11/13 attack - what next?
Berlin, November 21, 2015
While scholars agree that in no other part of the world is antisemitism as widespread as in the Middle East, the unanimity vanishes when it comes to explaining the causes of this antisemitism
Indiana University Press, summer 2013
Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs VII : 1 (2013) pp 37-44.
Statement to the rally "Hamburg for Israel. Stop Hamas terror!
Hamburg, November 26, 2012
Speech at the rally against the award of the Adorno Prize to Judith Butler in front of St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt/M. (Germany) on 11 September 2012
Frankfurt/Main, 11 September 2012
What is the connection between Shoah-remembrance and Iran? An Interview with Holocaust survivor Fanny Englard
Jungle Word (Berlin/Germany), April 5, 2012
A critical review of Gilbert Achcar's "The Arabs and the Holocaust". By Colin Meade and
Engage Homepage (UK), September 24, 2011
Remarks, delivered at the second Inter-Parliamentary Conference on Combating Antisemitism in Ottawa/Canada on November 8, 2010
Ottawa, November 8, 2010
A Democratiya Interview with Matthias Küntzel
Democratiya no. 13, May 25, 2008
This paper was presented in March 2008 at Stanford University, at the University of California in Santa Cruz, in Los Angeles, in Irvine, at the University of Buffalo, at the Cooper Union in New York and at different conferences in D.C. and New York.
U.S.A., March 2008
Presentation at The Global Forum For Combating Antisemitism at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jerusalem
Jerusalem, February 24, 2008
A response to Alfred Grosser
Internationale Politik - Global Edition, Summer issue 2/2007, Vol. 8
SPIEGEL Online, July 24, 2006
Germany’s Central Office for Political Education on “Paradise Now”
Transatlantic Intelligencer, October 2005
Transatlantic Intelligencer, Fall 2005
How can a group determined to destroy Israel be a partner in the peace process?
SPME, February 2005
Many believe that there is a correlation between Islamic antisemitism and Israel’s policies. Are they right?
Joschka Fischer, Yasser Arafat and the Road Map Peace Plan
Germany and Iran