Subscription 790/year or 190/quarter

Palestine supplements

Mercedes without engine

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

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

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

Unrestrained apartheid

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

MODERN TIMES: Quarterly magazine next!

It was time to settle, 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 dramatically over the past decade.

20 years after the Oslo Accords: Being an Israeli ambassador to Norway

20 years after the Oslo Accords, we meet Israel's ambassador, Raphael Schutz, to a conversation about the criticism Israel is exposed to in Norway. What does the wall, the country's militarism and its enmity mean? And will the hatred between Jews and Palestinians ever find a future solution?

A Count in Humanitarian Preparedness

Folke Bernadotte is best known as the leader of the legendary white buses. But he was also a precursor to what today are the cornerstones of Scandinavian diplomacy and foreign policy.

"We should better"

Twenty years have passed since the signing of the Oslo Agreement, which was to signify the start of peace between Israel and Palestine. "It fills me with sadness to look back at the optimism that existed 20 years ago when the agreement was signed," says Jan Egeland, Secretary General of Norwegian Refugee Aid.

"I no longer want to look at myself as a Jew"

Historian Shlomo Sand explains why he doesn't want to be a Jew anymore. His background is Jewish, and he views Israel as one of the most racist societies in the Western world.

The environmental situation chokes everything that gives life

Countdown: It will be unbelievable in Gaza within five years.

The heavy yoke of double oppression

For the women of Gaza, nationality and gender act together in a double pursuit. Partner violence increases in a society characterized by frustration, war and conflict.

Israeli prisons are in conflict with international law

In protest against imprisonment without law and judgment, inhumane conditions and physical and mental abuse, Palestinian political prisoners go on hunger strike.

The Gaza children do not play like others

A seven-year-old in today's Gaza has experienced three brutal wars. But bleak prospects also create violence among Gaza's children.

Norway's solidarity victory

The Norwegian Gaza doctors, led by Mads Gilbert, have contributed to a more positive view of Norway in the Arab world. Many people here are talking about a Gilbert effect.

Leader: Towards one solution

60 years after Israel's creation, it is time for Einstein's, Gandhi's and Buber's thoughts: We need one state, not two.

Omits the fate of the Jews in Norway

A new history book for the secondary school does not mention the Jewish section, the extermination of Jews in Norway or the Jews as a minority. Holocaust Center Director Odd-Bjørn Fure thinks the school book should be stopped.