Ghada Karmi

Fellow, Exeter University's Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies

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Fellow and lecturer at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at Exeter University and author of Married to Another Man: Israel’s Dilemma in Palestine

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George Bush, Tony Blair and Mikhail Gorbechev are among the international dignitaries who will be in Jerusalem next week to mark  Israel's 60th anniversary .

Israel at 60: A Confident Past, an Uncertain Future

George Bush, Tony Blair and Mikhail Gorbechev are among the international dignitaries who will be in Jerusalem next week to mark Israel's 60th anniversary .

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