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PA cabinet to support outstanding students

PA Ministers have approved an increase in funds allocated to support outstanding students who excel in the "Tawjihi" -- Palestine's...
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300 Academics Join 40 “Civil Disobedience” Women

About 300 lecturers and teachers from institutes of higher education throughout Israel have signed a public advertisement in support...
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Masked Israeli settlers chase schoolchildren, give directions to Border Police

At-Tuwani, South Hebron Hills, West Bank—On the afternoon of 7 February 2011, three Israeli settlers from the Havat Ma’on...
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Preference for teaching jobs to Arab citizens of Israel who performed national service

The Committee against National Service, sent an urgent letter to the Education Minister, Gideon Sa'ar, demanding that those applicants...
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The tired “academic freedom” argument: PACBI response to Nobel laureates’ attack on the academic boycott of Israel

Once again, the specter of the suppression of academic freedom has been invoked in what is now becoming an organized campaign to...
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Press Release from the European Platform for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (EPACBI)

Today marks the establishment of a European co-ordinating organisation for promoting the academic and cultural boycott of Israel,...
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Jerusalem man shot at point blank range

A report conducted by a Jerusalem rights center following the shooting death of a Palestinian man in East Jerusalem on Friday by...
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U.N. Goals on Education Under Widespread Attack

UNITED NATIONS, Feb 11, 2010 (IPS) - The relentless attacks on educational institutions in war zones - along with growing threats...
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Berlanty Azzam awarded degree

Berlanty Azzam, a Bethlehem University student deported to Gaza on the 28th October 2009 has been awarded her degree after completing...
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How does Israel decide who gets a visa to Ramallah?

Some visiting scholars receive regular visas, while others receive 'Palestinian Authority only' stamps. Why?
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