Head of the Doron Halpern MENAD program, Dr. Harel Chorev, writes for the Hoover Institution about the importance of social media in Palestinian public discourse.
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Dr. Michael Barak examines the reaction to the Palestinian prisoner's hunger strike on Middle Eastern social media.
Dr. Raz Zimmt analyzes the Iranian reaction to the new Hamas charter, which called for a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders.
MDC Senior Researcher Paul Rivlin explains the evolving social and economic conditions in the Gaza Strip, using several recently released reports that provide new data on recent developments.
Michael Barak analyzes the outrage expressed by Palestinians against the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhun, tempered by the reluctance by some segments to condemn the Assad regime itself.
Ronni Shaked and Itamar Radai explain the context and significance of the Palestinian participation in the fourth season of the Arab Idol competition, whose winner was Bethlehem native Yacoub Shahin.
Itamar Radai and Ronni Shaked of the Truman Institute, analyze the recent victory of a Palestinian singer in the 'Arab Idol' competition.
Dr. Harel Chorev was interviewed on Galei Tzahal (Army Radio), 9.2.17, where he discussed the nexus between Hamas and Palestinian popular culture. In Hebrew.
The full recording of Dr. Harel Chorev's lecture, "The Palestinians at the Middle Eastern Crossroads: Where from Here?" given at the 5 January 2017 symposium held by the MDC to honor the memory of three TAU students who fell in Israel's wars. In Hebrew.
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