January 23, 2013

A PROFESSOR ON how it feels to be stalked. “I, as an Anglo-American Jew, a family man, a published author, a middle-aged male in a position of power (at least from her perspective), was the axis of, shall we say, ‘virtue,’ while she, in her own mind at least, was the lone jihadi . . . Over the next few weeks, murkily, but with steadily growing conviction, Nasreen began to elaborate a theory in which various Jewish cohorts and I were guilty of deliberately preventing her from finishing her book so that we could steal her idea.”