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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Education in Times of Conflict
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Table of Contents
by Victor Cygielman
How the Arabs were represented in Hebrew textbooks in Jewish and Israeli schools over one hundred years.
by Daniel Bar-Tal
Based on respect for their historical and cultural narrative, a serious and dedicated effort is under way to build a new Palestinian educational system.
by Ramzi A. Rihan
A teacher‘s experience shows that ignoring the human dimension of the conflict renders it impossible to teach the subject realistically.
by Yitzhak Komem
In view of the violence and mistrust of the recent period, can we still talk of peace education? Conditionally, the answer is positive.
by Salem I. Aweiss
How Israeli education has tended to see the Other, particularly the Arab, as a non-person, and the Jews as victims who must rely on the language of force.
by Haggith Gor Ziv and by Rela Mazali
What was the approach behind the writing of 18 out of the 29 new Palestinian textbooks recently completed by the Palestinian Ministry of Education?
by Sami Adwan
A Palestine-Israel JOllnzal discussion with Ari Rath, Ziad Abu-Zayyad, Lamis Alami, Lucy Nusseibeh, Naftali Raz and Gila Svirsky.
Amos Oz‘s win-all or lose-all approach to the problem of Return may obscure the prospects of more mutual understanding and fruitful discussion.
by Dan Leon
After years of occupation, with its suffering, restriction on movement, brutality and deep humiliation, the resulting trauma is bound to carry serious implications for the Palestinian people.
by Elia Awwad
The impact of the Intifada and the Nasdaq crisis on Israel‘s economy.
by Ephraim Davidi
Eye of the Camera
April 30, 2001
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi