Jerusalem: Why the Violence Never Ends

The ongoing escalation in Jerusalem has resulted once again in Israel changing the status quo in its favor. On Friday, July 14, a deadly shooting in the Old City that ended at the Haram al-Sharif left three Palestinians and two Israeli policemen dead. This month’s Special Focus offers eight Journal of Palestine Studies articles* that, together, shed light on the status of Jerusalem and on the consequences of Israel’s heightened repression of Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem.

Spring 2017 Newsletter: Inside Palestine Studies
Annual IPS Conference | The 1987 Intifada: History and Memory

Abandoned Yet Central: Gaza and the Resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Harvard researcher Sara Roy held a round table on Gaza during last year's MESA conference in Washington, D.C. The Institute for Palestine Studies is pleased to publish the presentation papers here for the first time: “The Coming War Will Be a Nightmare,” Paul Gaston Aaron; “Gaza: The Unprotected Edge of Palestine,” Brian K.

Conference: The ’48 Palestinians and the Palestinian National Project: Role and Status

The Institute for Palestine Studies and Mada al-Carmel - Arab Center for Applied Social Research cordially invite you to attend a conference about The ’48 Palestinians and the Palestinian National Project: Role and Status which will be held on the 7th and 8th of November 2015 at Birzeit University, Faculty of Law, hall no. 243 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm and on the 9th of November 2015 a round table will be held at the Golden Crown Hotel, Nazareth, at 5:00 pm.

Journal of Palestine Studies Vol. 44 No. 4

The latest Journal of Palestine Studies (# 176) features as its free article, "The Two-State Model and Israeli Constitutionalism: Impact on the Palestinian Citizens of Israel" by Mazen Masri, a lecturer in law at the City Law School, City University London. Masri argues that the two-state solution would undermine the legal standing of Palestinian citizens of Israel (PCI) as it would reinforce the definition of Israel as a Jewish state.   

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