Ariel Center for Policy Research (ACPR)



David Bukay

Dr. David Bukay teaches in the School of Political Science at the University of Haifa. Among his fields of specialization are: bin Laden and the Islamic terrorism; the Arab-Islamic political culture; international terrorism in an era of uncertainty; the Arab-Israeli conflict; inter-Arab relations and the Palestinian question; theoretical issues and political applications in the Middle East; Asad’s foreign policy towards Israel and Lebanon. Dr. Bukay has written numerous articles (Hebrew) on Middle East politics, including articles written for restricted circulation. He is a frequent contributor to Nativ. DB’s publications include: Yasser Arafat and the Politics of Paranoia: A Painful Legacy (New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2005); “The New Anarchistic Islamic Terrorist Groups”, in David Bukay (ed.), Muhammad’s Monsters: Islamic Fundamentalism and Radicalism (USA: Balfour Press, 2004); The Arab-Islamic Political Culture: A Key Source to Understanding Arab Politics and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Shaarei Tikva: ACPR Publications, 2003); “Zionism, Post-Zionism, and Pseudo-Zionism: The Media Leftist Complex and the al-Aqsa Intifadah”, in S. Sharan (ed.), Israel and the Post-Zionists: A Nation at Risk (London: Sussex Academic Press, 2003); “A Palestinian State: Clear and Immediate Danger to Inter-Arab Relations”, in R. Israeli (ed.), Dangers of a Palestinian State (Jerusalem: Gefen Press, 2002); Total Terrorism in the Name of Allah: the Emergence of the New Islamic Fundamentalists (Shaarei-Tikva: ACPR Publications, 2002).