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  • 10 Apr 2017
    Aeyal Gross

    Between Idealism and Realism

    Why did I write The Writing on the Wall? I can point to a few moments as prompters. The first was a debate within Israeli human rights organizations in 2000, when the Second Intifada began. Until then, human rights groups had usually focused on specific violations of the law of occupation, based on a view […]

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  • 31 Jan 2016
    Smoke from buildings damaged in Gaza Strip, 2008. Photo: Amir Farshad Ebrahimi via Creative Commons.
    John Quigley

    Palestine and The Zionist Movement

    John Quigley, author of The International Diplomacy of Israel’s Founders: Deception at the United Nations in the Quest for Palestine (2016), examines how history has shaped Palestine.

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  • 21 Sep 2009
    Michael L. Gross

    UN Human Rights Council Report on Gaza: War Crimes or New Rules of War?

    In light of the UN Human Rights Council Report on Gaza, 'Moral Dilemmas of Modern War' author Michael Gross asks "Did Israel violate international law in Gaza, or establish new norms for fighting guerrillas?"

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  • 14 Jan 2009
    Colin Shindler

    Why the silence over attacks on Israeli campuses?

    This article appeared in The Guardian yesterday. A few days before Sally Hunt, general secretary of the University and College Union (UCU), spoke at the demonstration for Palestine earlier this month, my colleagues and I – the Israeli and Jewish studies staff at the School of Oriental and African Studies (Soas) – put out a […]

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