Bayan is a quarterly publication of the Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies. The goal of Bayan is to enrich the knowledge of the general public about issues that involve Arab society within Israel. It aims to further the goals of the program by providing a platform for original research on current-event issues at the center of the national-political, social, and religious agenda of the Arab public in Israel, and on issues that touch upon the relations between Jews and Arabs in Israel. Bayan is edited by Dr. Itamar Radai and Mr. Arik Rudnitzky, and is published simultaneously in Hebrew and English.
Bayan - The Arabs in Israel
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In this issue: Bayan focuses on the tumultuous events of the past month in Israel, following the crisis in Israeli-Palestinian relations revolving around the al-Aqsa mosque, and their effects on the Arab public in Israel.
In this issue: an analysis of voting and election results among the Arab public of Israel and their implications for Arab politics in Israel
In this issue: a discussion of the Arab public’s preparations for the upcoming elections to the 20th Knesset.
In this issue: Prof. Elie Rekhess on political and ideological alienation in Israeli Arab society, and a review on trends in the Arab media and social networks.
In this issue: Bayan examines the opinions and reactions of the Arab public in Israel to the current operation in Gaza.
In this issue: Iyad Zahalka focuses on the development of local Muslim law for the Muslim community in Israel; Yusri Khaizran discusses the effects of the Arab Spring on Christian Arabs in Israel; a review of the various issues on the local Arab electronic media.