Month

March 2020
Israel is not treating its citizens as equal but rather privilege based on race. But using privilege to also test for COVID-19: a basic right and need during this global health crisis is a grave breach of humanity and a clear ‘inhuman act’ of an apartheid regime.
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The definition of Israel as "the Jewish State" or "the State of the Jewish People" makes inequality a practical, political and ideological reality for Palestinian citizens of Israel, who are marginalized and discriminated against by the state on the basis of their national belonging and religious affiliation as non-Jews. Additionally, the Palestinian minority is not...
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At a time when the world is battling for humanity in light of COVID-19, Israel continues to discriminate based on nationality, ethnicity and religion. The Israeli Military is seeking to condemn the health and wellbeing of the Palestinian people by destroying their clinics.
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If Israel’s de facto annexation becomes de jure, what would be the implications of such an act on international law and on the international community as a whole?  What does this shift portend for the application of IHL and IHRL?  What are the related responsibilities of third-party States, regional organizations, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the international community?...
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Laws and institutions in Israel have been developed over the past 70 years to empower one ethnic group and dispossess another. How can such laws and institutions be changed to serve a state of all its citizens? Can we benefit from other experience, for example the transition in South Africa, to affect a shift in...
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Moving from an apartheid state to a state for all its citizens is no easy task, particularly when the legacies of a settler colonialist enterprise are concerned. Since there are no easy precedents and models to lean on, and as Israel is a far more complex case than either South Africa or Algeria, creative answers to...
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To what extent are Israel’s political parties receptive to a Palestinian demand of ‘one state for all’ with equal rights and citizenship? To what extent could these parties be hostile?  Is there a big difference between left and right in that respect?  And how about extreme right?  If Israeli public opinion moves in favor of this paradigm shift,...
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Trump’s vision dealt away with any remaining doubts that some sceptics clung to despite evidence to the contrary. It left us with only one scenario, that of a one state. Will that state be a state for all its citizens? is the key question. This paper will look into the psychological impediments to the one...
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Is the discipline of biblical studies complicit in the appropriation of Palestinian land and the expulsion and dispossession of its inhabitants? Why did a ‘modern nationalist movement’ decide to use the bible as a ‘history book’ and derive its tenets from it, and how did it do it? Although the founding fathers of the Zionist...
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