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Do fatwas prescribe public opinion?
Can jihad be affected by Zeitgeist? That depends on who you ask, or where you turn to for an answer. There are Islamic leaders who issue fatwas (religious rulings) calling for jihad against Israel while others, quoting the same religious laws, envision the natural relations between the Muslim and non-Muslim worlds as a state of peace. This vision includes peace and diplomatic relations with Israel.
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JIIS research leads to summer fun
JIIS research showing a direct link between cultural activities and urban renewal serves as the basis of a rich summer program led by Jerusalem Season of Culture.
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2030 project introduced to broader community
Top-level civil servants and leading members of the business community met with senior officials from the Ministry of Environmental Protection and JIIS earlier this month to learn about the Sustainability Outlook 2030 project.
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Legendary Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek – A century since his birth
Teddy Kollek served six terms as mayor of Jerusalem, from 1965 to 1993, and somewhere along the way became an icon of the city. JIIS marked a century since his birth with a seminar at which the speakers shared their personal experiences and nostalgic moments with Teddy.
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Defining water needs necessary for reconciliation
Is there enough water for everybody in this drought-blighted region to be able to broker Israeli-Palestinian agreement on that issue? It seems there is – if all parties concerned can just agree on parameters.
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