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The Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Textbooks on the Modern Middle East: A Critical Survey
This paper is the second in a series of working papers in which we report on the results of a multi-year research project designed to survey the textbooks that are most commonly used to teach about the Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian conflict in colleges and universities.
Guest authors Ofir Winter and Kobi Michael analyze the Palestinian Authority's commitment to the two-state solution. In Hebrew.
Harel Chorev explains the relationship between social media and the phenomenon of Palestinian "lone wolf" attacks.
MDC Senior Research Fellow Paul Rivlin examines demographic trends in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza and their implications.
Head of the Doron Halpern Middle East Network Analysis Desk Dr. Harel Chorev writes in the journal "Terrorism and Political Violence" about the impact of social media on the wave of Palestinian lone-wolf attacks against Israelis from October 2015 through September 2016.
Working Paper No.1 critically examines the textbooks commonly used to teach about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in university classrooms.
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.