This installment covers the Israeli Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People that was enacted in July 2018. Two essays explore the implications of the Law on Palestinians in, and outside of, Israel.
The Institute for Palestine Studies-USA and the Middle East Institute are pleased to announce “Keyword: Palestine II,”* an exhibition of artworks donated by Arab and Palestinian artists to the Institute for Palestine Studies-USA. The exhibition will be open from March 2nd - 20th and will be accompanied by a silent auction of the artworks.
The probe is expected to cover actions by both the Israeli army and Palestinian armed groups like Hamas. However, the Prosecutor must first obtain confirmation from the court’s judges regarding ICC territorial jurisdiction in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The weekend conference aims to discuss scientific challenges and successes under Israeli military rule of the occupied territories and to provide opportunities for collaboration between Palestinian and international scientists.
Originally published on Just Security, Victor Kattan discusses the intersection of the U.S. government’s shifting opinion on Israeli settlements, and the International Criminal Court's probe into the situation in Palestine.
In November, settlement numbers are understated, a writer attacks democrats on Palestine-Israel, and killing of civilians is justified. A point of balance is also found in a chronicle from history.
The Institute for Palestine Studies (USA), Inc., (IPS) has an opening for two Spring 2020 interns in the exciting fields of Communications and Outreach.
Palestine Square gathered a diverse group of experts with legal and academic backgrounds for a roundtable to reflect on UNRWA’s role in this era of uncertainty surrounding the question of Palestinian refugees.
The Diaries of Wasif Jawhariyyeh, published by the Institute for Palestine Studies, was named as one of the top 10 eyewitness accounts of 20th century history by The Guardian. Charles Emmerson, a British-Australian historian and the article’s author, ranks The Diaries in fourth place.
Consciously acting on a failed assassination policy underlines Israel’s deep cynicism in its relationship with Gaza.
In October, Israelis and the Kurds were lumped as one as if they share the same fate, Israel’s institutional strength is overstated, and the Democratic Party’s shift on Israel is presented in a negative light.
This is not a court that has worked to halt Israel’s oppression of Palestinians and its occupation of Palestinian land; it is a court that has cast a veneer of legality over the actions of the racist, apartheid State of Israel.