Jadal, meaning “dialectical discussions” selects a key topic of concern for each issue’s focus, and presents multiple views capturing a broad range of perspectives in the community. A leading scholar in the relevant field serves as guest editor and provides an editorial and analytical paper. Jadal aims to inspire discussion and debate and to highlight issues of importance to Palestinians in Israel, including those often overlooked by the international community.

Access the complete Jadal Archives here. The most recent issues appear below.

jadal 30: Current Israeli policies toward the Palestinians in Israel: between continuity and change.

This issue of Jadal discusses current Israeli policies toward the Palestinians in Israel: between continuity and change.  It comes following escalation of current government policies toward the Palestinians in Israel at the level of incitement discourse. A discourse that is … Continue reading

Jadal 29:“The Public Sphere in the Arab Palestinian Community inside the Green Line”

Mada al-Carmel Center has released a new issue of Jadal Electronic magazine, edited by Muhannad Mustafa and Areen Hawari. This issue (29) deals with the public sphere and its context in the Palestinian community inside Israel from various aspects. The … Continue reading

Jadal 27-28: “The Palestinian City’s Cultural, Political, Social and Urban Transformation”

Mada al-Carmel Center issued an extra issue of the Jadal electronic magazine, edited by Muhanad Mustafa and Areen Hawari. This issue (27-28) of Jadal deals with the Palestinian city and its cultural, political, social and urban transformation, in the context … Continue reading

Jadal 26: “The Decision to Ban the Islamic Movement in Israel”

The current issue of Mada Al-Carmel electronic magazine “Jadal” addresses the decision to outlaw the Islamic Movement adopted by the Israeli government in the mid of November 2015. The Israeli decision, to politically outlaw the Islamic Movement, is considered a … Continue reading