Marshall Breger | “What Happened at Auschwitz?”
Imams confront the Holocaust at Auschwitz
The Film that Launched a Thousand Court Cases
Inside Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood
The Unlikely Emissary
Anti-Muslim Discrimination in Post 9/11 America
Revered and Reviled: Bernard Lewis
A decade after the September 11th attacks, Moment looks back on the career of the 95-year-old Middle East scholar whose ideas provided the framework for the war in Iraq. Long an outcast in contemporary Middle East Studies departments, he and his followers defend his legacy.
Live from New York, It’s Anthony Weiner
118 Days in Iran’s Evin Prison
Iranian journalist and filmmaker Maziar Bahari was always fascinated by Jewish history and culture. His torturers made him pay for it.
Tied together through Romani, their mother tongue, and loosely organized in insular tribes, the Roma have traditionally served as craftsmen, musicians or seasonal hired hands, and have a reputation throughout Europe as thieves and swindlers. In an era when Europe’s birth rates have fallen to record lows, their numbers are exploding.