Ramallah: The Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (MADAR) has recently published Israeli Planning in Jerusalem: Strategies for Control and Hegemony by Yousef Rafiq Jabarin. Totalling 144 pages, the book is premised on the fact that the Israeli “hegemony planning” in Jerusalem is ideological. It does not take account of the Palestinians’ right and existence in the city. It is a geopolitical planning with long term purposes and objectives. Exhibiting a dark side, power is the backbone of the Israeli hegemony planning system. Most often, it employs military and economic measures, land policies and planning to achieve Israel’s goals.
Ramallah: The Palestinian Form of Israeli Studies - MADAR published “National Planning in Israel: Strategies of Hegemony and Exclusion” by Yousef Jabarin. The book unravels the conditions under which the policies of Israeli national planning were born, their giving fathers, and the expansionist exclusionist ideology that stands behind it, and many circumstances and dark sides related to this issue.
Ramallah: the Palestinian Forum for Israel Studies (MADAR) published “Benjamin Netanyahu: the no-solution doctrine”, by Antoine Shalhat. The book covers Benjamin Netanyahu’s experience, through a comprehensive analysis to Netanyahu’s political career, choices, ideological background, his effect on the Israeli political arena, the rightwing trend he represents, including his inclination to collision and expansion policy in his relations with the Palestinians.
Ramallah: The Palestinian Forum for Israeli Studies (MADAR) issued “Post Gaza War: Reading in Israeli Perceptions”, by researchers Atef Abu Saif and Muhannad Mustafa, of 100 pages.
The book reads into the implication of the latest offensive n Gaza on the Palestinian – Israeli relations, and Israel’s stance from Hamas movement, President Mahmoud Abbas as representative of the PLO, and from the Palestinian Authority, in addition to Israeli readings into the consequences of the war on the political process.