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Hans Henrik Fafner

Fafner is a regular critic in Ny Tid. Residing in Tel Aviv.

The country is full!

Alon Tal: The Land Is Full. Addressing Overpopulation In Israel
Israeli researchers use their own land to demonstrate how the population can run wild.

The journey to Pitchipoï

Marceline Loridan-Ivens: And you didn't come back
Strong testimony in the letter form about Birkenau survival – and the difficult life that follows.

Israel's neurotic state

Michael Brenner: In Search of Israel. The History of an Idea
14. May this year marks the 70 anniversary of the proclamation of the State of Israel. Historian Michael Brenner takes a closer look at the complex and, in part, contradictory basis of its existence.

West of the West Bank

Avshalom Rubin: The Limits of the Land. How the Struggle for the West Bank Shaped the Arab-Israeli Conflict
The conflict between Israel and Palestine is more difficult to resolve than ever, states a Middle Eastern scientist in a new book. 

Buber and King

50 years after his death, archival findings support that Martin Luther King was very much inspired by a Jewish philosopher of religion.

Suburbia in the West Bank

Sara Yael Hirschhorn: City on a hilltop. American Jews and the Israeli Settler Movement
American immigrants make up far more Israeli settlers than their share of the population would indicate.

bomb engineers

Diego Gambetta and Steffen Hertog: Engineers of Jihad. The Curious Connection between Violent Extremism and Education
New research sheds light on why some seemingly well-functioning engineers end up as radical Islamists.

Israel's impossible catch-67

Micha Goodman: Catch 67
Israeli idea historian Micha Goodman provides a good analysis of why Israelis no longer see a solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.