As therapists, activists, and scholars who have worked with abused women, and conducted social anthropological studies on the killing of women in Palestinian society, we decided to respond to the article by Lila Abu-Lughod and Maya Mikdashi, “Tradition and the … 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
The October 2000 Events and Their Current Political and Social Meaning Editorial The Development of Identities and Political Activism Analytical Papers Hollow Citizenship and the Politics of Indigenousness | Amal Jamal Viewpoints Israeli State Violence and the Value of Palestinian Life | Elia Zureik … Continue reading
As part of its Political Participation Project, which is engaged in mapping the political tools Palestinians in Israel have used since 1948, Mada al-Carmel held a workshop on political and social protest movements Continue reading
Access the document here. This issue covers: Anchoring discrimination in coalition agreements The extreme Right demonstrates in Umm el-Fahm Prohibition on participation in celebrations of Jerusalem Also available in Hebrew here (PDF).
Download the PDF here Analytical Papers Collective Memory, Indigenous Resistance and the Struggle for Return: Palestinians inside Israel Six Decades after the Nakba | Nur Masalha Viewpoints Introduction | Editor How can the two-state solution be reconciled with … Continue reading
Speakers Dr. Ahmad Sa`di, lecturer in sociology at Ben Gurion University in Beersheba Abed Anabtawi, Bureau Director of the Higher Follow-Up Committee for the Arab Citizens Aida Touma-Suleiman, Director of Women against Violence Ameer Makhoul, General Director of Ittijah – … Continue reading