IMPACT-SE and Board Member Nir Boms 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).
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).
Article: "Who's afraid of the 'occupying wolf'?"
, July 14, 2009
Hamas website for kids tells of 15-year old martyr, slams peace with Israel, promotes armed warfare. (Hebrew version )
"Education for Tolerance: A Ray of Hope in a Troubled Region" (pdf, 16 kb)
November 8, 2008 - La Libre Belgique, Belgium
IMPACT-SE Board Member and journalist Nir Boms, Dr. Khaled Aljenfawi, a Kuwaiti professor of English literature from the University of Kuwait, and IMPACT-SE wrote an op-ed on the importance of education for peace and tolerance for development and peace in the Middle East, while contrasting the prevailing radical and tolerant streams in Middle Eastern curricula.
IMPACT-SE Board Member and Nir Boms
wrote about a new U.S. intelligence assessment suggesting that Iran may have halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and that its weapons program remains on hold.
This revelation has created much consternation in Congress on both sides of the aisle.
This article was composed for The Henry Jackson Society, by Nir Boms, Vice President of the Center for Freedom in the Middle East.