The Master's Tools: Palestinian Citizens' Appeal within the Israeli Legal System Editorial Alaa Mahajna Analytical Papers Litigation within the Israeli Court System: a Double-Edged Sword | Alaa Mahajna Viewpoints On Legal Advocacy and Legitimation of Control | Hassan Jabareen Back to Politics? | Mazen Al-Masri The … Continue reading
Over the last few years, our periodic Political Monitoring Reports have addressed the most prominent manifestations of racism towards Palestinians in Israeli legislation, as well as among religious leaders, politicians, and decision makers. We have also addressed the racism common … Continue reading
Boycotting Israel: Between Theory and Practice Editorial Boycott: Where to? Analytical Papers Three Comments on the Boycott Movement | Nimer Sultany Viewpoints Entrenching the Boycott in the Principles of the Resistance | Esmail Nashif Lessons From South Africa | Diana Buttu On Academic Boycott … Continue reading
On Wednesday, July 1, 2009, in collaboration with Adalah and the Andalus Publishing House, Mada al-Carmel hosted the Canadian journalist, writer, and activist Naomi Klein on the occasion of the publication of her book The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, in Arabic and Hebrew.
On Tuesday March 3rd, 2009, Mada al-Carmel held a roundtable seminar to analyze the results of the elections and their ramifications for Arab citizens of Israel.
Download the PDF here. Analytical Papers Introduction | Editor The Shrinking Arab vote in Israeli Parliamentary Elections: But Why Do They Still Vote? | Nadim N. Rouhana Palestinians in Israel After the Elections | Mtanes Shihadeh and … Continue reading
Single issue surveys are conducted by telephone every month or two months. These surveys focus on current issues that are of relevance to the Palestinian Arab community in Israel. Mada al-Carmel publishes the results of these surveys. Single issue surveys … Continue reading
The Arab Citizens' Boycott of the Israeli Knesset Elections 2003 By: Ameed Sa'abni June 2004 Available in Arabic One of the most notable aspects of the Knesset elections of 2003 was that 38% of eligible Arab voters abstained. This survey … Continue reading