Posts tagged with ‘Dr Faysal Mikdadi’

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‘Personal Journeys: The Global Impact of Israel’s Dissenting Voices’

by FG

‘Personal Journeys: The Global Impact of Israel’s Dissenting Voices’ Notes taken by Susan Walpole – Facilitate Global Fundraising Dinner, London, 10 April 2013 These notes are of two brief talks by Miko Peled and Ilan Pappe, followed by a Question and Answer (Q & A) session. Views expressed are those of the speakers. Any transcription […]

Genetic Memories

by FG

Genetic Memories Dr Faysal Mikdadi Doreen Carvajal writes in the New York Times (Saturday 18 August 2012) about the possibility that our genes carry some memories of our ancestors’ experiences and “unfinished business”. The latter may account for our universal individual unease without apparent cause. The theory is a rather attractive one reminiscent of Jung’s […]

Israel’s Plans for a New Arab World

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Israel’s Plans for a New Arab World Dr Faysal Mikdadi Israel’s aim has always been dividing the Arab World, weakening Arab states, creating a powerful Israeli hegemony in the Middle East whilst expanding its own territories. It is helped by the unconditional support of the United States as well as by misguided Christians who, amazing […]

Integrated Education in Israel and Palestine

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Integrated Education in Israel and Palestine Dr Faysal Mikdadi Abstract: This paper outlines the current situation with the provision of integrated education in Israel and Palestine. It shows that provision is in its incipient stage with some signal success in the very few Israeli schools embracing it. It also shows that recent developments in Palestine […]

Time Magazine and my Psychosis

by FG

Time Magazine and my Psychosis Dr Faysal Mikdadi Over the summer holidays, I bought a copy of Time Magazine’s Summer Supplement on Ibn Batuta’s travels around the world (Time Magazine, 1-8 August 2011). It was a most enjoyable read. I had not subscribed to Time Magazine for a long time, having previously been a regular […]

The Difference in Education

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The Difference in Education Dr Faysal Mikdadi It is always interesting to note how different cultures view education in different ways. It is also alarming to see that what is good in one culture is a definite ‘no no’ in another. In Britain, we like to think that we teach our students how to be […]

The Palestinian Right To Education

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The Palestinian Right To Education Dr Faysal Mikdadi A great deal is said and written about each person’s right to education. It would appear rather odd to be talking about “a Palestinian” right to education as if the Palestinian student were a special case. By virtue of living under an occupation in the Palestinian Territories, […]