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Situation Assessment:  The Return of Turkey-Israel Relations: What is New?

By: Dr. Said El-Haj.[1] (Exclusively for al-Zaytouna Centre). Summary The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the appointment of the Chargé d’Affaires in Ankara, Irit [...]

Situation Assessment:  A Reading of the Results of the 25th Knesset Election and Orientations of the Next Government

By: Dr. Mohanad Mustafa.[1] (Exclusively for al-Zaytouna Centre). Summary Netanyahu’s right-wing camp has achieved a clear victory in the 25th Knesset election, where with the [...]

Academic Paper: The War of Stones of Baked Clay 2012 and its Impact on the Hamas Movement (Arabic)

Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations has published an academic paper in Arabic entitled “The War of Stones of Baked Clay 2012 and its Impact [...]

Academic Paper: The Futile Power and the Determination of Israel’s Future

By: Prof. Dr. Walid ‘Abd al-Hay.[1] (Exclusively for al-Zaytouna Centre). Introduction: The power concept in international relations (IR) is central in IR theories. For since [...]

Political Analysis: Five Implications of the Israeli Aggression on Gaza

By: Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh. The Israeli aggression on Gaza Strip (GS), which lasted for two and a half days (5–7/8/2022) and was confronted [...]

Academic Paper: The Dangers of the Israeli Nuclear Arsenal

By: Prof. Dr. Walid ‘Abd al-Hay.[1] (Exclusively for al-Zaytouna Centre). Introduction In 1986, Israel’s nuclear ambiguity strategy collapsed when Mordechai Vanunu, an Israeli nuclear technician [...]

Situation Assessment: The Events of al-Aqsa Mosque and the Struggle Situation.. Analysis of Scenarios and Expected Paths (Arabic)

Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations has published the Situation Assessment “The Events of al-Aqsa Mosque and the Struggle Situation… Analysis of Scenarios and Expected [...]

Political Analysis: Reading the Projected Palestinian Demographic Indicators

By: Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh. Among the 2022 projections, the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) expects that the numbers of Palestinians and Jews [...]

Political Opinion: A Palestinian Authority Without a Future

By: Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh. Unfortunately, we have entered 2022 with a Palestinian Authority (PA) devoid of any political horizon, or any horizon for [...]

The Palestine Issue: Historical Background and Contemporary Developments (With Additions and Amendments) (Arabic)

Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations has issued the updated Arabic edition of its book: The Palestine Issue: Historical Background and Contemporary Developments by Dr. [...]

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Al-Zaytouna Centre conducts strategic and futuristic academic studies on the Arab and Muslim worlds. It focuses on the Palestinian issue and the conflict with Israel as well as related Palestinian, Arab, Islamic and international developments.

General Manager

Mohsen Moh’d Saleh, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Modern and Contemporary Arab History, the general manager of al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations, editor-in-chief of the annual Palestinian Strategic Report, former head of Department of History and Civilization at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), and former executive manager of Middle East Studies Centre in Amman.
He was granted the Bait al-Maqdis (Jerusalem) award for Young Muslims Scholars in 1997 and the Excellent Teaching Award (College level), given by IIUM in 2002. Dr. Mohsen is the author of 13 books and some of his books were translated into several languages. He contributed chapters to seven books. He is the editor/ co-editor of more than 30 books. Dr. Mohsen is the editor of electronic daily “Palestine Today,” which has so far published more than 3,777 issues. He has published many articles in refereed scholarly journals and magazines. He presented papers at innumerable academic local and international conferences and seminars. He is a frequent commentator on current issues on broadcasting media.
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