The letter revealed in Israel in early September 2014 is not like any other in view of its content, writers, signatories, impact and influence. Repercussions and reactions were equally extraordinary and exceptional. On the one hand, official political and military authorities sought to “silence” the letter. On the other, attempts were made to highlight how serious and far reaching the potential future projections of the letter would be.

According to a report published exclusively by Yedioth Ahronoth last week, Ayelet Shaked, Israeli Minister of Justice and member of the Jewish Home party, is finalising a bill, which would force Palestinian complainants from the West Bank to file petitions on building and land disputes to a central court, rather than to the High Court of Justice.

Current conflicts in Meretz movement, their background, active players and consequent results were the subject of an extensive report written by the Israeli journalist Sarah Leibovitch – Dar, published under the title: “Leftists without Dignity”, in the last issue of “Liberal” Magazine, which is a monthly magazine that specializes in partisan and internal politics, in addition to media and cultural issues. The magazine was founded at the beginning of 2014, and the first issue was published in May of the same year.

 *International pharmaceutical company fails to honour its commitments in the last three years, and lays off more than 2500 workers

*TEVA’s crisis will negatively affect industrial exports, while its influence on unemployment and Tax Revenues is marginal*

The clamour over Teva’s announcement to lay off more than 1700 workers from its plants and facilities in Israel, as part of the Israeli International Pharmaceutical Company’s plan to lay off thousands of workers worldwide, is not attributed only to the large number of workers

Saturday, September 25, 2021


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.