From 1941 to 1943, a twenty-seven-year-old Jewish woman kept a diary in Amsterdam. The result is an extraordinary document, both in terms of its literary quality and the faith it emanates from. An unwavering faith in man as he carries out his darkest misdeeds. Etty Hillesum left the Westerbork transit camp on 7 September 1943, from where she sent admirable letters to her friends, and died in Auschwitz on 30 November of the same year.
Uncompromising chronicles of the difficult relations between Israeli society and the Jews of the diaspora at the moment when this debate was relaunched in France by the book by Sylvain Cypel, The State of Israel […]
Since September 11, 2001, the world has been living in the haunting grip of Muslim terrorism. But this trauma has not allowed for an in-depth reflection on the origin of this terrorism: fundamentalism. Caroline Fourest […]
Is contemporary Judaism a singular or plural reality? This questioning may seem strange to those who experience it as a reference point of identity, as well as to its distant observers. However, the ways of […]