Israeli Affairs (Issue no. 48)

the present and future prospects of Civil Society in Israel

  • Author: Yael Yishai, Amal Jamal, Azar Dakour, Sami Muslim, Yehuda Shenhav, Muhannad Mustafa, Heneida Ghanem, Hemet Zoabi,
  • Editor: Antoine Shalhat, Honida Ghanem, Raef Zureik
  • Number of Pages: 128
  • ISBN: 978-9950-330-80-1
  • Date of update: Thursday, 17 January 2013
  • Price: $0.00

ABSTRACT
Issue #48 of the Qadayya Israelieh (Israeli Affairs) Quarterly Journal focuses on the present and future prospects of Civil Society in Israel. Themed articles explore how the Arab and Jewish Civil Society has developed historically in Israel, and sheds light on the key factors that hinder its development into an influential body in social movements. An exclusive interview with Tmaar Herman, a researcher in the Israeli Institute for Democracy, emphasises that it is difficult to indentify civil society movements that are looking to bringing about a fundamental change in Israel.

  • Author: Shir Hever, Mahmoud Qa'adan, Yuval Bild, Nabil Armli, Yossi Yonah, Danny Filak, Dan Meridor, Salim Salameh, Yousef Jabareen, Heneida Ghanem, Ran Greenstein, Amin Darawshe, David Ben-Gurion
  • Editor: Antoine Shalhat, Honida Ghanem, Raef Zureik
  • Number of Pages: 130
  • ISBN: 978-9950-330-77-1
  • Date of update: Friday, 02 November 2012
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ABSTRACT
Issue #47 of Qadayya Israelieh (Israeli Affairs) Quarterly Journal focuses on economic policies and the neo-liberal ideology in Israel. Themed articles explore how various walks of life in Israel, including the private versus the public sector, the education system, taxes and land sectors, and the health care system, are being transformed by neo-liberal economic policies. In addition, attention is paid to the effect of economic policies on the Israeli political decision making , and the role of the Israeli media in the promotion of neo-liberal economic thinking.

Israeli Affairs (Issue no. 46)

Israel and Arab Spring, under the title “Shaking the Status Quo”

  • Author: Eyal Zisser, Salim Salama, Amos Yadlin, Marzouq Halabi, Tayeb Ghanaim, Yehezkel Dror, Barhoum Graissi, Muhannad Mustafa, Uri Ram, Audi Adib
  • Editor: Antoine Shalhat, Honida Ghanem, Raef Zureik
  • Number of Pages: 123
  • ISBN: 978-9950-330-76-4
  • Date of update: Monday, 30 July 2012
  • Price: $0.00

ABSTRACT
This issue of Qadayya Israelieh (Israeli Affairs) Journal focuses on Israel and Arab Spring, under the title “Shaking the Status Quo”.

This issue presents Israel’s different approaches to how it deals with the Arab Spring, at the levels of governmental institutions, active political forces among Palestinians inside Israel, and some of the active forces among the Sephardic community.

Israeli Affairs (Issue no. 45)

the Israeli social protest movement that took place last summer (2011).

  • Author: Danny Fellak, Uri Ram, Yehuda Shenhav, Gerardo Leybner, Hisham Nafha, Uri Avnery, Muhannad Mustafa, Omar Amin Masalha, Amin Darawshe, Tahseen Yacine, Muhannad Abdel Hamid
  • Editor: Antoine Shalhat, Honida Ghanem, Raef Zureik
  • Number of Pages: 126
  • ISBN: 978-9950-330-73-3
  • Price: $0.00

ABSTRACT
This issue of Qadayya Israelieh (Israeli Affairs) Journal focuses on the Israeli social protest movement that took place last summer (2011).

The articles review the protest movement that was launched under “the people demand social equality” slogan, and discuss the tools that were used in the organization of the protest movement and its effects on the reproduction of social order. Also, the researchers touched, each from a different perspective, on the implications of the movement on the society and state.

Israeli Affairs (Issue no. 43-44)

the haredim ultra orthodox “nightmare”

  • Author: Nurit Bild-Elhanan, Atef Abu Seif, Abraham Burg, Tamir Sorik, Barhoum Graisi, Bilal Daher, Muhannad Abdul Hamid, Imtanas Shehadeh
  • Editor: Honida Ghanem
  • Number of Pages: 164
  • ISBN: 978-9950-330-71-9
  • Date of update: Saturday, 31 December 2011
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Saturday, July 20, 2019

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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