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Palestine

Israel – a utopia?

Omri Boehm: Israel – a utopia?

ISRAEL: The German-Israeli author Omri Boehm has a past in Israeli secret services. He wants us to put the Nakba – the violent expulsion of around 700 000 Palestinians – on a par with the Holocaust.

Gaza: The causes need attention

ATTACK: The Western press and governments' coverage of the latest brutal Israeli attack on the Palestinians is historyless.

Mercedes without engine

Donald Trumps: "Deal of the Century" could, in the worst case, end up being a trigger for the original potential for conflict between Palestinians and Israelis.

The creation of the academy in Ramallah

Palestine Annex: In the occupied West Bank, art became a form of knowledge based on research and free critical thinking. One of the founders of the art academy in Ramallah, tells here what happened – supported by Norway.

- We documented that we had everything in place for a Palestinian state

Palestine Annex: Salam Fayyad, former Prime Minister of Palestine, Ramallah 2014

A future Palestinian state can only be sustainable if it has a good relationship with Israel

Palestine Annex: Espen Barth Eide, former Foreign Minister, Jerusalem (2013)

Palestine in our century

Palestine Annex: The magazine Palestine in our century has both a current and historical perspective on # Middle East #'s long nuclear conflict over Palestine. Although it is well known, it is often with little detailed knowledge.

Unrestrained apartheid

Palestine Annex: Israel was quick to portray the Palestinians as carriers of the virus and as a health threat. Today, the Gaza crisis is territorial, demographic, political – and biological.

Oslo – a gold-edged agreement for Israel

: Due to the Oslo Accords, Israel has experienced an adventurous economic growth – at the expense of the Palestinians. Extensive corruption was also the sad result of the Oslo process.

Ehud Barak, former Minister of Defense and Prime Minister of Israel.

Tel Aviv (2014): Interview with Ehud Barak.

MODERN TIMES: Quarterly magazine next!

: It was time to settle the status quo, now in our sixth year for today's MODERN TIMES. Not only is the world changing with a pandemic (see otherwise in the newspaper), but the public has also changed drastically in the last decade.