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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
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Table of Contents
by Victor Cygielman
Letters to the Editors
Winning "peace now" demands fighting for "human rights now."
by Edy Kaufman and by Ibrahim Bisharat
The Palestinian human rights organizations continue to monitor the acts of the occupying power and now also examine the practices of the Palestinian National Authority.
by Khaled Batrawi
The 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights finds Israel trampling on the laws in order to deny basic Palestinian rights.
by Eitan Felner
The human-rights provisions of the various Palestinian-Israeli agreements are strikingly ineffective.
by Ghaith AI-Omari
Israeli rabbis who support human rights, interfaith understanding and peace.
by Arik Ascherman
The preponderance of security concerns and political considerations over human rights in the Oslo process.
by Khader Shqeirat
Israeli human-rights activists point to a particularly rampant discrimination against the country‘s Arab citizens.
by Omri Kaufman and by Rebecca Bardach
Treating released Palestinian prisoners for wide-ranging trauma-related problems as victims of torture.
by Mahmud Sehwail
It is time to stop hitching human rights to political causes.
by Yossi Wolfson
The Physicians for Human Rights challenge the psychological comfort of both the public and government officials.
by Ruchama Marton
A special Palestine-Israel Journal discussion with Minister Ziad Abu-Zayyad, Minister Hassan Asfour, Or. Edy Kaufman, Dr. Iyad Sarraj and Attorney Anat Scolnicov.
A U.S. - based human-rights monitoring group surveys the country‘s record for 1998.
Science, information and technology don‘t have sovereignty or borders. In order to advance, you have to be global.
by Shimon Peres
The curriculum is grounded in the uniqueness of Palestine in terms of civilization, religion, culture and geography.
by Nadia Nasr
Attempts to define terrorism tend to have political implications and the U.s. State Department‘s definition is not as neutral as it sounds.
by Neve Gordon
by Laura Zittrain Eisenberg and Neil Caplan. Reviewed by Tim Werner Studies of six Arab-Israeli negotiations since 1977.
by Cadi Wolfsfeld. Reviewed by Taly Lind The role of the media in the conflict.
Palestinian NCO Project
In face of reduced financing of Palestinian NCOs, the World Bank has initiated a Palestinian NCO project for the poor and the marginalized.
An in-depth study of the Palestinian-Israeli artist Asim Abu Shakra from the village of Umm al-Fahm, whose fascinating artistic career was cut short by his death at the age of 29.
by Tally Tamir
December 10, 1948
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi