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Deconstruction Zone: Farewell... Categories: Israel, Media/ Academia     Author: Yehonathan Tommer

My first interview for AIR lasted barely ten minutes. That was in 1978, shortly after the Camp David Agreement was signed in Washington in September by Egypt's President Anwar Sadat and Israel's Prime Minister Menachem Begin.  Those were heady days, brightened by hope for subsequent peace agre

Religious Zionism and "price tag" terrorism

Religious Zionism and "price tag" terrorism Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Andrew Friedman

In addition to ongoing Palestinian terror attacks, Israel has been rocked over the past year by a series of attacks against Palestinian individuals and property, presumably committed by members of the religious Zionist community. The attacks, known as "price tag" attacks, led to the administrative d

Judicial jujitsu awaits Israel's new A-G

Judicial jujitsu awaits Israel's new A-G Categories: Israel     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Politics and the law, wrote Israeli jurist Haim Cohen, must be separated because the one thrives on partiality and the other on impartiality. At the same time, the legislative and executive branches must also interface routinely and intensely, a dynamic that in most democracies happens, one way or

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Scribblings: Two Quotes

Scribblings: Two Quotes Categories: Iraq, Israel, Palestinians     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

What Netanyahu was actually saying - a two-state resolution is not possible "today" - is actually the view almost across the spectrum in Israel. Opposition leader Herzog - a smart and sincere man - thinks the same thing.

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Essay: The Birth of the Terror Selfie

Essay: The Birth of the Terror Selfie Categories: Israel, Lebanon     Author: Matti Friedman

This fall and winter have seen many of us here in Israel consuming a miserable kind of reality TV: blurry clips of young Palestinian Muslims with knives seeking release in murder and martyrdom, lunging, stabbing, falling stricken to the ground, the action captured by cellphones or security cameras;

What 1961 can teach us about 2016

What 1961 can teach us about 2016 Categories: Israel, Speeches, United Nations, Updates     Author: Ahron Shapiro

It's particularly worthwhile from time to time, in an effort to better understand the core issues in the conflict, to revisit key source materials and policy statements during the period after the 1948 War of Independence and before the Six Day War of 1967 - before the IDF controlled even a centimet

Biblio File: Water Superpower

Biblio File: Water Superpower Categories: Israel     Author: Simona Weinglass

In the 1930s British economists predicted that all of Palestine - including today's Gaza, Israel and the West Bank, had enough water to sustain 2 million people. Today, the area is home to more than 12 million people, a feat that Siegel attributes in large part to Israel's first-class water planning

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The View from a Settlement

The View from a Settlement Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Andrew Friedman

Stepping into the Rami Levi supermarket at the Gush Etzion junction on consecutive Thursday nights nowadays feels like a scene out of the American old west... A wave of stabbing and shooting attacks at the junction in recent weeks has left five people dead and several more wounded, and everybody loo

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