Israeli Affairs (Issue no. 76)

Right-wing Organizations and the Manufacturing of Hegemony”

  • Editor: Raif Zureik, Nabil al-Saleh, Honaida Ghanem
  • Preparation: Hussam Jiryes, Jamal Zahalka, Yoav Peled, Ahmed Izz al-Din As’ad, Yochi Fisher, Ameer Makhoul, Nicola Perugini, Neve Gordon, Mohammad Qa’dan, Ali Haydar, Saleem Salameh, and Weam Baloum
  • Number of Pages: 145
  • ISBN: 978-9950-03-027-5
  • Date of update: Sunday, 19 January 2020
  • Price: $0.00

This issue explores right-wing NGOs in Israel. The issue does not cover all aspects of the subject, but in view its importance, we will continue to publish relevant articles in upcoming issues.

The main theme of these articles is premised on an argument and view that the New Right Wing has not, and will not, suffice with seizure of power and government formation. It seeks tirelessly to acquire powerful positions and strongholds in the realms of civil and public life, first and foremost in NGOs active in the public space. These NGOs shape the public opinion, intellectual and

ideological trends, patterns of thinking and behavior, public perceptions, and aesthetic sensitivities. Not only does it seek to take control of power, the right wing also aspires to maintain cultural and intellectual dominance. In this context, an unprecedented increasing amount of money is channeled by the US right wing to local NGOs. A growing number of intellectual and ideological platforms are also pursuing a theorization of right-wing, religious and conservative thinking. It has even gone as far as organizing, for the first time ever, a conference on conservatism in Jerusalem in 2019. The right wing is also increasingly aware of the need and potential to invest human rights and democratic discourse, together with it theoretical heritage, to justify and support its own positions. All this means that an organized and coordinated intellectual attack is being launched, not only against left-wing policies, but also on left-wing notions in their entirety. Beyond doubt, this is a global battle. However, the Israeli right wing is playing a central and pivotal role in reviving, intellectually organizing and providing epistemological tools to the right-wing movement

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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.