By IMPACT-SE, Middle East Quarterly, Spring 2010 This paper on the Hamas Web Magazine for Children Al-Fateh details its educational approach and indoctrination of children during the eight years it has existed, and it elaborates upon its significance as an indicator of the Hamas movement’s ideology. Read the full article on Middle East Quarterly’s website. (Printer friendly version, pdf, 145 kb)
IMPACT-SE presented its findings on Israeli and Palestinian Authority schoolbooks at an event organized by the Israel Palestine Center for Research and Information (IPCRI). Read more. Listen to an interview with IMPACT-SE on IPCRI’s weekly radio show “At the Crossroads” (mp3, 4.6 mb, Hebrew.)
Jerusalem Post – May 3, 2010 IMPACT-SE and Board member Nir Boms have published an op-ed in response to the recent release by Hamas of an animated video clip showing Noam Schalit bemoaning the fate of his captive son Gilad (published in Hebrew by Ha’aretz, pdf 30 kb).
April 7, 2010 IMPACT-SE and Prof. Muhammad Dajani Daoudi, Founding Director of the Palestinian movement ‘Wasatia’, presented to a group of 60 French MBA student-entrepreneurs on a study mission from the prestigious HEC Paris. Read more
March 2010 In the midst of a wave of violent protests in Jerusalem and the West Bank, IMPACT-SE and Board member Nir Boms wrote about the damaging effects of introducing politics, through schoolbooks, into religion and history (published in Hebrew–pdf, 28 kb–on March 10 by Ha’aretz).
Al-Fateh Report Impacts British Prime Minister
IMPACT-SE’s efforts to affect positive change through its research and fight hatred, intolerance, and incitement against the West and the Jews have had a profound effect. IMPACT-SE presented MP Louise Ellman (Labour) with its report on the Hamas Web Magazine for Children (Al-Fateh) and illustrated the danger it poses for children in the Middle East and Britain. MP Ellman has since called on Prime Minister Gordon Brown and other ministers to block access to the site in the UK, invoking and quoting from the report. The British Home Office is currently looking into her request. See: