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  1. The Pursuit of Peace with the Palestinians: Interviews with Ehud Barak
  2. Lessons from Peace Negotiations: Interview with Ehud Olmert
  3. History of Track Two Peace Negotiations: Interview with Hussein Agha
  4. Should liberal government regulate male circumcision performed in the name of Jewish tradition?
  5. Christians, C. (2019). Media ethics and global justice in the digital age. NY: Cambridge University Press. 428 pp.
  6. Keys for peace in the Middle East: interview with Ambassador Itamar Rabinovich
  7. Racism and hate speech – A critique of Scanlon’s Contractual Theory
  8. The Leibowitz way
  9. Head of Mossad
  10. The Oslo peace process: interview with Joel Singer
  11. When a ritual murder occurred at Purim. The harm in hate speech
  12. Social responsibility on the Internet: Addressing the challenge of cyberbullying
  13. Euthanasia and palliative sedation in Belgium
  14. Book Review: Katharine Gelber, Free Speech after 9/11Free Speech after 9/11
  15. On the Philosophical Foundations of Medical Ethics: Aristotle, Kant, JS Mill and Rawls
  16. Book Review: Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner, Superforecasting
  17. Balancing Freedom of Expression and Social Responsibility on the Internet
  18. J.S. Mill's Boundaries of Freedom of Expression: A Critique
  19. Book Review of Ruth Wodak, The Politics of Fear (London: Sage, 2015),
  20. Discrimination against Jewish Women in Halacha (Jewish Law) and in Israel
  21. Jihad Online: How Do Terrorists Use the Internet?
  22. Book review of I. William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure (Eds.). Engaging Extremists
  23. Book Review: Ahmed Qurie, Peace Negotiations in Palestine
  24. Book Review of Ronald Crelinsten, Counterterrorism (Cambridge: Polity, 2014)
  25. Book Review: The Harm in Hate Speech by J Waldron
  26. First Do No Harm: Euthanasia of Patients with Dementia in Belgium
  27. Why Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side?
  28. Book review of Brian Michael Jenkins and John Paul Godges (Eds.).The Long Shadow of 9/11
  29. Book Review: Comparative Politics: Tolerating Intolerance: The Price of Protecting ExtremismTolerating Intolerance: The Price of Protecting Extremism by AmosN. Guiora. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. 224pp., £60.00, ISBN 978 0 1993 3182 6
  30. A biased propagandist book
  31. An Argument for Physician-Assisted Suicide and Against Euthanasia
  32. First do no harm: intentionally shortening lives of patients without their explicit request in Belgium
  33. Between Palliative Care and Euthanasia
  34. Book Review of Abraham H. Foxman and Christopher Wolf, Viral Hate
  35. Internet architecture, freedom of expression and social responsibility: critical realism and proposals for a better future
  36. Confronting the Internet's Dark Side
  37. The Two-State Solution
  38. Press Self-Regulation in Britain: A Critique
  39. After Leveson
  40. Amos N. Guiora:Legitimate Target
  41. Right to Die
  42. People Do Not Just Snap: Watching the Electronic Trails of Potential Murderers
  43. First do no harm: pressing concerns regarding euthanasia in Belgium
  44. In Memoriam: Edmund Pellegrino (June 22, 1920–June 13, 2013)
  45. Ami Pedahzur and Arie Perliger.Jewish Terrorism in Israel Wars.
  46. Joy Warrick.The Triple Agent
  47. 1973: the way to war
  48. Cyberspace Law
  49. Yaakov Lappin.Virtual Caliphate
  50. Israel's Palestinians
  51. Online Child Sex Offenders: Challenges and Counter-Measures
  52. Freedom of Expression v. Social Responsibility: Holocaust Denial in Canada
  53. In Internet's Way: Radical, Terrorist Islamists on the Free Highway
  54. Religious, Hateful, and Racist Speech in Israel
  55. Between Autonomy and State Regulation: J.S. Mill's Elastic Paternalism
  56. The failed Palestinian–Israeli peace process 1993–2011: an Israeli perspective
  57. In Internet’s Way
  58. Politics and Government in Israel. The Maturation of a Modern State
  59. A Review of: “Ahron Bregman.Israel's Wars.”
  60. Two-State Solution – The Way Forward
  61. Why Monitor Violent Websites? A Justification
  62. Content Net Neutrality – A Critique
  63. Internet Architecture, Freedom of Expression and Social Responsibility: Critical Realism and Proposals for a Better Future
  64. Is Law Appropriate to Regulate Hateful and Racist Speech? The Israeli Experience
  65. Violence and War in Culture and the Media
  66. Freedom of Expression, Internet Responsibility, and Business Ethics: The Yahoo! Saga and Its Implications
  67. Responsibility of Net Users
  68. Internet History
  69. Fighting Hate and Bigotry on the Internet
  70. Physician-Assisted Suicide – A Qualified Endorsement
  71. Fatal Choices and Flawed Decisions at the End of Life: Lessons from Israel
  72. Responsibility of and Trust in ISPs
  73. Ethical Space: Journal with a Difference
  74. Leslie Stein:The Making of Modern Israel 1948–1967
  75. Book Review, 'Leslie Stein, The Making of Modern Israel 1948-1967'
  76. Belgian euthanasia law: a critical analysis
  77. Teaching in Class versus Free Expression
  79. Hate in the Classroom: Free Expression, Holocaust Denial, and Liberal Education
  80. The story of Kimveer Gill shows the need for monitoring certain Internet sites
  81. Dignity, Compassion, Care, and Safety Valves at the End-of-Life - Marc Groenhuijsen and Floris van Laanen (eds.), Euthanasia in International and Comparative Perspective [Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2006] 283 pp.
  82. Raphael Cohen-Almagor, Speech, Media, and Ethics. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. £16.99. 216 pp
  83. Book Review: Raphael Cohen-Almagor, Speech, Media and Ethics: The Limits of Free Expression. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2001, 2nd rev. edn 2005
  84. Political Extremism and Incitement in Israel 1993–1995, 2003–2005: A Study of Dangerous Expressions
  85. “The Scope of Tolerance: Response to Nehushtan”, Israel L Rev (2007): 277-296.
  86. On Compromise and Coercion
  87. The Prof. Sir Isaiah Berlin Lecture for 2005 Held at the University of Haifa, Center for Democratic Studies on 23 November 2005
  88. Introduction
  89. Preface
  90. A Circumscribed Plea for Voluntary Physician-Assisted Suicide
  91. Media Coverage of Terror: Troubling Episodes and Suggested Guidelines
  92. Introduction
  93. The Press Council
  94. Israeli Institutions at the Crossroads
  95. Introduction
  96. Israeli Democracy at the Crossroads
  97. Why the Netherlands?
  98. Responsibility and Ethics in the Canadian Media: Some Basic Concerns
  99. The Guidelines for Euthanasia in the Netherlands
  100. The delicate framework of Israeli democracy during the 1980s: Retrospect and appraisal
  101. Liberalism and the Limits of Multiculturalism
  102. Speech, Media and Ethics
  103. Ethical Boundaries of Media Coverage
  104. Harm Principle, Offence Principle, and Hate Speech
  105. Media Coverage of Suicide: Comparative Analysis
  106. Objective Reporting in the Media: Phantom Rather than Panacea
  107. The Israel press council: Review and suggestions for improvement
  108. A Concise Rebuttal
  109. The Terrorists’ Best Ally: The Quebec Media Coverage of the FLQ Crisis in October 1970
  110. Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance
  111. Combating right‐wing political extremism in Israel: Critical appraisal
  112. Why tolerate? Reflections on the Millian truth principle
  113. The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance: The Struggle against Kahanism in Israel
  114. Raphael Cohen-Almagor, The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance: The Struggle against Kahanism in Israel (Gainesville, Fla.: University Press of Florida, 1994). Pp. 344.
  115. Raphael Cohen-Almagor, The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance: The Struggle Against Kahanism in Israel. Gainesville: University of Florida, 1994. 344 pp.
  116. Cultural Pluralism and the Israeli Nation-Building Ideology
  117. Autonomy, life as an intrinsic value, and the right to die in dignity
  118. Liberalism, and the limits of pluralism
  119. Reflections on the Intriguing Issue of the Right to Die in Dignity.
  120. Between Neutrality and Perfectionism
  121. Disqualification of lists in Israel (1948?1984): Retrospect and appraisal
  122. Disqualification of Lists in Israel (1948-1984): Retrospect and Appraisal
  123. Harm Principle, Offence Principle, and the Skokie Affair
  124. Vigilant Jewish fundamentalism: From the JDL to Kach (or ‘Shalom Jews, Shalom Dogs')
  125. Reviews
  126. Foundations of violence, terror and war in the writings of Marx, Engels and Lenin
  127. The Intifada: causes, consequences and future trends
  128. Internet History
  129. Introduction
  130. Conclusion
  131. Glossary
  132. Historical Framework
  133. Technological Framework
  134. Theoretical Framework
  135. Agent's Responsibility
  136. Readers' Responsibility
  137. State Responsibility
  138. International Responsibility
  139. Selected Bibliography
  140. Responsibility of Internet Service Providers and Web-Hosting Services, Part I: Rationale and Principles
  141. Responsibility of Internet Service Providers and Web-Hosting Services, Part II: Applications
  142. “Euthanizing People Who Are ‘Tired of Life’ in Belgium” (2017): 188-201.