Senior Fellow Mouin Rabbani on Israel’s Defeat on Iran Deal

Israel’s debacle does provide an ideal opening for the Palestinians to reclaim the international stature they have lost since Oslo and particularly in the decade since the death of Yasir Arafat. In order to do so, however, they first need to overcome their petty internal disputes, and once again become a factor that unifies the region in their support and thus deploys its collective clout on their behalf.

Gaza & Operation Protective Edge – One Year Later

The Institute for Palestine Studies is presenting a retrospective on Operation Protective Edge. By the war's end – after 51 days – over 2,200 Palestinians and 69 Israelis had been killed, of the former a majority were civilians (over 500 children) and of the latter all but five were soldiers. While Israel’s Iron Dome system shielded Israelis from whatever harm Hamas’ crude rockets posed, the Gaza Strip was devastated by the IDF’s missile and artillery barrages. Over 15,000 Palestinian homes were damaged if not leveled.

This collection provides an in-depth overview of the war, its conduct and consequences; along with an analysis of American public opinion and media reporting of the conflict.

Primer on Palestine, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Palestine Studies Fellow Lisa Hajjar and Stanford University Professor Joel Beinin co-authored the Middle East Research and Information Project's “Primer on Palestine, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict.” This comprehensive and concise survey is an excellent reference source on the history of the conflict and many of its most pertinent issues, including refugees, Jerusalem, and the Palestinian initiative at the UN.  

Senior Fellow Mouin Rabbani on Israel’s Defeat on Iran Deal

Israel’s debacle does provide an ideal opening for the Palestinians to reclaim the international stature they have lost since Oslo and particularly in the decade since the death of Yasir Arafat. In order to do so, however, they first need to overcome their petty internal disputes, and once again become a factor that unifies the region in their support and thus deploys its collective clout on their behalf.

Primer on Palestine, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict.

Palestine Studies Fellow Lisa Hajjar and Stanford University Professor Joel Beinin co-authored the Middle East Research and Information Project's “Primer on Palestine, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict.” This comprehensive and concise survey is an excellent reference source on the history of the conflict and many of its most pertinent issues, including refugees, Jerusalem, and the Palestinian initiative at the UN.  

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