The East Jerusalem Palestinian Who Became Israel's Chief Scientist

Tareq Abu Hamad is the first Jerusalem Palestinian to reach a senior position in an Israeli government ministry. Now, as director of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, he describes what it's like to function as a Palestinian within the Israeli system, and the effort to promote renewable energy infrastructures in Gaza

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