Ramallah: The Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (MADAR) has recently published Issue 68 of the Israeli Papers series. Totalling 72 pages, the paper is titled Higher Education and the Employment of Academics among Palestinians in Israel.
Ramallah: The Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (MADAR) has recently published Issue 67 of the Israeli Papers series. Authored by Barhoum Jaraysi, a researcher at MADAR, the new issue is titled The Political Map in Settlements of the West Bank and Jerusalem 2013-2015. The paper casts light on the composition and backgrounds of settlers. It presents new data that builds on what was known before about the demographic composition of settlers. In particular, major support is provided to settlements by the ultraorthodox Haredi Jews, who have started to settle on the outskirts of Jerusalem over the past two decades.
Ramallah – recently published by the Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies - MADAR, Paper 66 of “Israeli Papers” series, titled “The Demography of Israel 2015,” prepared by Nabil al-Saleh.
This paper provides the latest data on important demographic chapters in the Israeli state, which cover the population distribution according to affiliation, origin, religion, religiosity, and the population growth resources.
Ramallah - published by the Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies - MADAR, Paper 65 of “Israeli Papers” series, titled “Report on “the secret budgets” for financing settlement, and another on “Nitzanei Shalom” industrial region,” which includes two new reports that had been recently published in Israel about the official sponsorship of Israeli institutions of settlement projects and practices in the occupied Palestinian territories, and which unprecedentedly exposes the size and measures of that sponsorship, including direct and indirect ones, even circumventing Israeli law itself.
Ramallah - published by the Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies - MADAR, Paper 64 of “Israeli Papers” series, titled “Spatial/Regional Inequality: Jews and Arabs in 'Israeli Areas', 1995-2012,” prepared by Israeli researcher Yinon Cohen for the European project – Integrated Territorial Analysis of Neighbourhoods.
The paper traces the scale of geo-spatial inequality in Israel based on the official division of its geographic regions, which include six administrative regions as well as one “area” – the West Bank, by counting, examining, and analysing the data of the central bureau's documents.