The twentieth session of the Israeli Knesset, which lasted from May 7, 2015 to January 1, 2019, witnessed an unprecedented Wave of Occupation, Settlement..

The twentieth session of the Israeli Knesset, which lasted from May 7, 2015 to January 1, 2019, witnessed an unprecedented Wave of Occupation, Settlement..

The twentieth session of the Israeli Knesset, which lasted from May 7, 2015 to January 1, 2019, witnessed an unprecedented Wave of Occupation, Settlement -Supportive and Racist legislations. The twentieth Knesset dealt with 221 laws within this framework, of which 35 were passed in the final reading, in addition to six laws which were incorporated into those laws, which effectively means that 41 laws have been (legally enacted). There are still two bills in the agenda of the Knesset, in the first..

With the advent of midterm elections in the USA in November 2018, increasing voices in Israel are warning against the consequences of deepening the divide..

With the advent of midterm elections in the USA in November 2018, increasing voices in Israel are warning against the consequences of deepening the divide..

With the advent of midterm elections in the USA in November 2018, increasing voices in Israel are warning against the consequences of deepening the divide between Israel and the Democratic Party. Prime Minister Netanyahu is consolidating his alliance with extremist Evangelical Christians, including leaders and proponents of the Republican Party. According to Netanyahu, these are ardent supporters of Israel and Israeli regional policy, particularly towards the question of Palestine and its settlement.
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This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 13-15 May 2018:
 1. Moving of the United States Embassy to Jerusalem.
2. The massacre in Gaza and..

This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 13-15 May 2018:
 1. Moving of the United States Embassy to Jerusalem.
2. The massacre in Gaza and..

This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 13-15 May 2018:
 1. Moving of the United States Embassy to Jerusalem.
2. The massacre in Gaza and inciting Palestinians.
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This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 6-8 May 2018:
The security escalation on the Northern front will be discussed in the next Newsletter, as..

This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 6-8 May 2018:
The security escalation on the Northern front will be discussed in the next Newsletter, as..

This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 6-8 May 2018:
The security escalation on the Northern front will be discussed in the next Newsletter, as the consequences have only begun to crystalize last night.
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This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 29 April – 1 May 2018:
1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu incites violence onto Arabs in Israel especially..

This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 29 April – 1 May 2018:
1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu incites violence onto Arabs in Israel especially..

This issue of the Newsletter covers the period 29 April – 1 May 2018:
1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu incites violence onto Arabs in Israel especially on the populous of Sakhnin for their refusal to stand in silence in the aftermath of the death of ten teenagers by flooding.
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The Israeli Scene

Preventing the return of Palestinian refugees was the criterion for distributing the population and determining the pattern of settlement activity!

Reports, Documents, and Exclusive Coverage

Writer and critic Kobi Niv (Haaretz, 13 March 2018) is of the view that the documentary series Saleh, This is the Land of Israel is “excellent”, but at the same time “suffers from reading...

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“Modern Israeli barbarianism” is the “old one, but without shame!”

Reports, Documents, and Exclusive Coverage

In Modern Barbarism, an article he published on his personal blog, Idan Landau, Israeli linguistics professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Bir Saba’ city, argues that modern...

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A new study by former MK Nitzan Horowitz: Israel is Turning its Back on the World

Reports, Documents, and Exclusive Coverage

“The weird, rather abnormal, context of the international parliamentary arena shows the complete absence of any examination or review of international foreign affairs,” Nitzan Horowitz, former MK...

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Position Papers

The expulsion of African refugees and job seekers and its relation to potential early Israeli elections

This paper provides an analysis of the recent changes the Israeli position has marked towards the issue of African refugees. These changes were initiated by a government decision, stating that all refugees would be expelled to a third African state (Rwanda). Any refugee who refused

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The Investigations Against Netanyahu- Political Reflections and Potential Scenarios

This paper aims to analyze the political reflections following the police recommendation to indict the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and to open an investigation against him. Moreover, this paper aims to analyze potential scenarios in the Israeli scene in the upcoming period, which may result either in Netanyahu's fall and the dissolvement of his government and going to early elections, or in the Attorney General of Israel not accepting the police recommendations, thus empowering Netanyahu while legitimizing his discourse of persecution, in which he accuses mainly the media and Israeli traditional opposition elite.

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Situation Assessment  Synopsis The one-day war on Syria: Continuity or a new stage?

This paper provides an analysis of the 10 February 2018 events on the Syrian-Israeli front. The day marked three key events: (1) an Iranian drone crossed Israel’s airspace and was destroyed; (2) Israel launched a counter attack on Syrian locations,

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

MADAR CENTER

The Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (MADAR) is an independent research centre specialising in Israeli affairs, based in Ramallah, Palestine. MADAR was established in 2000 by a group of Palestinian intellectuals and academics, including the late poet Mahmoud Darwish, Dr. Lily Feidy, Dr. Ali Jarbawi, Dr. Ahmad Harb, Mr. Walid Al-Ahmad and Mr. Akram Haniyyeh. The centre was registered as a not-for-profit organisation with the Palestinian Ministry of Interior, and obtained a research centre’s operational licensing from the Palestinian Ministry of Information.

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