Gerald Steinberg

Bar Ilan University

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Garald Steinberg is Professor of Political Studies at Bar Ilan University in Israel and the founder of its Conflict Management Program. He is the founder and president of NGO Monitor, which tracks the activities of human rights groups working on issues related to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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