Bayan - The Arabs in Israel

BAYAN - The Arabs in Israel

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 provide 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 Jewish-Arab relations.  Bayan is edited by Dr. Itamar Radai and Mr. Arik Rudnitzky, and is published simultaneously in Hebrew and English.

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Bayan: The Arabs in Israel (Issue 6)

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.

Bayan: The Arabs in Israel (Issue 5)

In this issue: an analysis of voting and election results among the Arab public of Israel and their implications for Arab politics in Israel

Bayan: The Arabs in Israel (Issue 3)

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.

Bayan: The Arabs in Israel (Issue 1)

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.