Despite continuing repression, religious life in China continues to expand and even flourish. In this essay in the New York Review of Books, I look at some excellent books describing this phenomenon. Unfortunately you might need a password to read it.

Here’s the dipsy-doodly cover of the just-released Italian edition of A Mosque in Munich. It was my ignorance, but I didn’t know that “Munich” in Italian is (always/sometimes?) Monaco. For a moment, I thought Grace Kelly had been inserted into the book…Actually the book

As the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 anniversary approaches, we still have little idea just how extensive western governments' collusion with Islamists has been over the past few decades.

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