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Palestine in the Wake of Israel's Normalization Deal with Bahrain and the UAE

Ilan Pappé

Photo: Palestinians protest the normalization deal between Bahrain-UAE and Israel in Rafah, in southern Gaza Strip, September 12, 2020. (Abed Rahim Khatib / Shutterstock)
Interviewed by Khalil Bendib
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In the wake of the Israel normalization deal with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, Ilan Pappé speaks about where this new development leaves the question of Palestine as well as the general state of human rights and civil rights in the region.


Ilan Pappé
Ilan Pappé

Professor of History at the University of Exeter

Professor Ilan Pappé obtained his BA degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1979 and the D. Phil from the University of Oxford in 1984. He founded and directed the Academic Institute for Peace in Givat Haviva, Israel between 1992 to 2000 and was the Chair of the Emil Tuma Institute for Palestine Studies in Haifa between 2000 and 2006.

Professor Pappé was a senior lecturer in the department of Middle Eastern History and the Department of Political Science in Haifa University, Israel between 1984 and 2006.

He was appointed as chair in the department of History in the Cornwall Campus, 2007-2009 and became a fellow of the IAIS in 2010.

His research focuses on the modern Middle East and in particular the history of Israel and Palestine. He has also written on multiculturalism, Critical Discourse Analysis and on Power and Knowledge in general.

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