Center for Middle East Policy Research (Center for Near East Policy Research) is a research institute that depth study of the core issues of the Israeli-Arab conflict. Among the main issues it investigates Center: Israel relations - Palestinians, the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), education and communication Palestinian Authority official, security forces of the Palestinian Authority, the peace process, terrorism and Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees United Nations (UNRWA "a). Since its founding in 1987, the Institute published dozens of research reports for one purpose: to provide insight into the complex reality of Israel and the Middle East for decision makers, journalists, researchers and the general public. The Center for Middle East Policy executes his research with grants news organizations and foundations.
Vision and goal of the center
The purpose of the Center for Middle East Policy is one:
to report on the Israeli reality media by using the services of leading journalists and Arab Israelis to survey, explore and examine the events of the day and time.
Center for Middle East Policy Research Stream runs against delegitimization directed at Israel, revealing to people in positions of influence in-depth investigations and facts which do not reach the mass media. The Center is underway at several levels:
Depth briefings production and research.
Holding briefings to members of the Israeli Knesset, before the US Congress and the Canadian Parliament.
Holding meetings between experts from Israel and the legislators and opinion leaders in the Western world capitals, as well as with government officials and members of the media seeking reliable picture the situation in the Middle East.
The Center focuses on several areas: 1. UNRWA - UNRWA UN for Palestinian refugees. Since this agency presents itself as a humanitarian organization apolitical, serving generous heart oppressed population, few are aware of the enormous impact and damage that causes this agency Israel's international standing. Thanks to the many efforts of the Center for Middle East Policy that has been about 20 years, there has been the beginning of a shift in the perception of UNRWA purely humanitarian organization. 2. The Palestinian Authority, which was established after the Oslo Accords. Among other things, the center focuses on activities related anti-Israeli Palestinian textbooks 3 . Subject Palestinian security forces. In this context, the Center regularly provides important material on the potential dangers posed by Palestinian security forces. Currently, we are in the midst of investigations on various topics, such as:
Risk of continued US aid to the Palestinian security forces, which make the core of a Palestinian army.
Threat to the planned deployment of Palestinian security forces in Hebron and Jerusalem.
"Security cooperation" between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.
PA funding the anti-Israel organization around the world for an international boycott, divestment in Israel, and sanctions against Israel.
How is UNRWA schools in the education system of the Palestinian Authority, in order to prepare students for an armed struggle against Israel.
Of the conflict of interests of companies and Israeli public figures doing business (and earn big!) With the Palestinian Authority.
Youth Club program funding UNRWA Federal Republic of Germany, in which children learn how to practice "release" the former Arab villages from 1948 from the Jewish communities throughout Israel.
Hamas' relationship discovery-UNRWA.
The final goal of $ 13 million in cash sent each month to UNRWA Brinks armored truck Israel-Gaza border.
David Dayan, Director
David law is a community social worker by profession, and a columnist and investigative journalist. In 1987 David founded the Israel News Agency Source (Israel Resource Review) and the Center for Middle East Policy. Mr. law worked as a reporter for many media organizations and diverse, including CNN Radio; First Source; Philadelphia Inquirer; Jerusalem Post; Jewish World Review. Law covered the negotiation processes related most major Middle East, such as the Oslo process; Ottawa; Shepherdstown; Wye Plantation; Annapolis; Geneva; Nicosia; Washington; London; Bonn and Vienna. During his extensive, wrote a book about Mr. judgment UN policy towards the Palestinian refugees and has published numerous studies and articles. In November 2010, the weekly radio program guide called 'behind the scenes with David law, which provides listeners with a unique insight on current affairs in Israel.
Dr. Mordechai Kedar, Amit
Dar. Mordechai Kedar is a scholar of Arabic literature, a professor at Bar Ilan University and a research fellow at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies at Bar-Ilan (BESA). Received a Ph.D. Dr. Kedar of Bar Ilan University. Dr. Kedar is an expert on Israeli Arab population. He served for 25 years in the Intelligence Corps, where he specialized in issues: Islamic groups, political discourse in the Arab countries, Arab media and internal Syrian arena. During the years of his professional activities, gave Dr. Kedar dozens of media interviews, written and broadcast, wrote a book about Syrian media under Hafez al-Assad and published articles and opinion pieces on various topics, including: Islamic terrorism, Iran, Palestinians and the Palestinian refugee issue.
Dr. Arnon Groys, Amit
Dar. Groys served as Research Association Impact SA (Institute for tracking Peace and Tolerance in Education) from 2000 to 2010 and wrote reports of the Institute of hundreds of textbooks of Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Tunisia and the Palestinian Authority. Walder. Groys master's degree and PhD from the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at Princeton University, a master's degree in public management Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a BA from the Hebrew University in Middle Eastern history and Arabic language and literature. Dr. career. Groys most extensive and encompassing more than 30 years as a journalist in Arabic. Now serves DR. Groys as Vice President of Broadcasting Authority Arabic radio.
Arlene Kushner, Consultant
Arlene Kushner served as a senior researcher Center for Middle East Policy 'in the years 2002 to 2011, which investigated and wrote major reports on UNRWA and other issues related to this topic. Today serves as Ms. Kushner as a consultant to the center. Ms. Kushner wrote three books on the subject of the Palestinian Authority and the PLO and has published many articles. It operates an extensive list of recipients Advertising security issues and politics in Israel.
Lt. Col. (res.) Jonathan Dahoah Halevy, Amit
Mr. Dahoah Halevy serves as a senior researcher on the Middle East and radical Islam, as director of research at Orient Research Group provides strategic information and advice, and a member of the American democracy. Lt. Col. Levi served Dahoah Intelligence Corps, where he specialized in the study of Islamic and Palestinian issues. In 2003-2004 he served as a senior advisor at the Foreign Ministry Policy Planning. Over the past decade, Mr. Dahoah wrote many articles Halevi Hebrew and English, on topics such as financing of terrorism, radical Islamic thinking that justifies genocide of "infidels" and the strategy of Hamas seizure of power by the Palestinian Authority. In addition, with the help of in-depth research and ongoing confronted Mr. Dahoah Halevy facing charges Goldstone Commission and human rights groups.
Noga Porat, Counselor
Ms. Noga Porat is a community social worker by profession. BA in Social Work, specializing in community-group, received Noga Bar-Ilan University. His master's degree in social work ((MSW received Nga McGill University in Montreal, where it participated in the grantee program outreach human rights, creating social change and peace-building as part of Institute (McGill Consortium for Human Rights Advocacy Training) MCHRAT. It also authorized Ms. Porat honors, work Social, by the Red Cross in Toulouse, France. During its activities was used, among other things, Ms. Porat, head of the Department of Social Work Akim Israel, CEO Amnesty International Israel and CEO Impact SA (Institute for tracking Peace and Tolerance Education .) Noga Porat currently engaged in the development of models and tools in the area of empowerment of marginalized populations multicultural aspect, promoting tolerance and dialogue, working with elderly populations in different settings and engaged Ms. Porat general consulting and corporate and business development for various organizations and projects.
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