Eran Asoulin has recently completed his doctorate in linguistics and philosophy at the University of New South Wales. Since moving to Australia from Israel in the early 1990’s he has been an avid reader of the literature surrounding the history and current affairs of the Israel/Palestine conflict, both in Hebrew and in English.
Hebrew and the Israeli Arabs (June 6, 2008)
Balance and Imbalance in the Media (May 7, 2008)
Recidivism in Hebron (Apr 28, 2008)
Is Ahmadinejad the Modern Hitler? (Apr 22, 2008)
A Binational State? God Forbid! (Apr 14, 2008)
Why doesn’t X recognise Israel? (Apr 8, 2008)
Gandhi and the Palestinians (Apr 3, 2008)
Should Olmert also say “sorry”? (March 30, 2008)
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