Dr. Martin Kramer

Dr. Martin Kramer is the president of Shalem College in Jerusalem and former director of the Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University.

Publications by Dr. Martin Kramer

Sykes-Picot: An Obstacle to the Jewish State: Dr. Martin Kramer

President of Shalem College, Dr. Martin Kramer, reveals how Sykes-Picot was an obstacle to the creation of the Jewish state and the Zionist dream. Read More »

Sykes-Picot Agreement was Actually an Obstacle to Zionist Ideals

Dr. Martin Kramer is president designate of the Shalem College in Jerusalem. He also serves as Wexler-Fromer Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Read More »

Sykes-Picot and the Zionists

The Sykes-Picot map divided Palestine into five parts. Read More »

Iran, Hizbullah, Hamas and the Global Jihad: A New Conflict Paradigm for the West

Now radical Islam is gaining strength among the Palestinians with the victory of Hamas in the 2006 parliamentary elections of the Palestinian Authority. Hamas and its allies completely reject a negotiated solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict and align themselves with jihadi organizations across the region. As a result, the Arab-Israeli conflict has become increasingly a part of the much larger struggle between radical Islam and the West. Read More »

Columbia University: The Future Of Middle Eastern Studies At Stake

The crisis at Columbia University is a battle for the future of Middle Eastern studies. This is an academic field where scholarship has taken a backseat to advocacy, a few biases became the highest credentials, and dissenting views became thought-crimes. Read More »

Hamas: “Glocal” Islamism

Is Zionism Colonialism? The Root Lie

The tragedy of academy is that it has become home to countless people whose mission is to prove the lie that Zionism is colonialism. Thus research is undertaken, books are written, and lectures delivered to establish a falsehood. Read More »