By Marcus Sheff, Jewish Telegraphic Agency – March 28, 2016
Muslim education in North America is generally flexible and tolerant, according to a new study, with a notable exception when it comes to Israel…
The Jerusalem Post – March 20, 2016
The report, which surveys Islamic Studies in the US and Canada, also showed that, although the textbooks reflect a generally tolerant tone and even respect for Jews, Israel is often delegitimatized…
The preparation and ensuing debate over the new 516-page civics textbook for Israeli students has raged more than five years. The raucous debate involved national press and radical websites, on both the left and the right. An intense discussion fulminated in the comparatively new Academia-IL, the nation-wide email forum of Israel’s leading scientists and scholars.
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It is a great pleasure to write Impact’s first blog on the new site. The organization was initially set up with the limited objective of monitoring whether the 1993 Oslo Accord between Israel and the Palestinian Authority was being supported by a positive change in the education of Palestinian children, namely promoting mutual acceptance, mutual […]
http://www.impact-se.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/unesco.png183275Yohanan Manorhttp://www.impact-se.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/logo-IMPACT_SE.pngYohanan Manor2016-05-02 16:00:302016-05-16 20:15:10Welcome! A message from Impact's founder