Ra’ef Zreik

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Ra'ef Zreik received a law degree in 1988 from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, an masters in law from Columbia in 2001, and he is now (May 2002) a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School. He has practiced law for 10 years, specializing in land law, environmental law, and zoning and media law. He has also been chairperson of several nongovernmental organizations that deal with civil rights for the Palestinians in Israel. He is on the editorial board of "Theory and Criticism", a journal of philosophy, culture, and critical theory, and he has written extensively in Arabic, Hebrew, and English on issues of citizenship and identity.

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