An international team of researchers has been hard at work studying the impact of an Israeli university’s decision to divest from Israel.
The researchers have collected a wealth of data on how Israel’s academic institutions have changed over time, looking at the percentage of their funding coming from Israeli sources, how the divestment rate has changed, and how they compare with their peers.
They have also found that in many instances, Israel’s higher education institutions have taken steps to improve their policies, including through divestment.
According to the study, Israel is the only country that has not adopted a similar approach to divestment from Israel in recent decades.
The report was released by the Israeli-based Campaign for a Just World and the Israel Democracy Institute, which together have published hundreds of academic papers on the subject of Israel’s role in the conflict.
Their report, titled “What Do the Data Say About Israel’s Role in the Conflict?” says that Israel has spent $1.2 trillion in the last two decades on the conflict, which is the second-highest in the world.
It is not just the amount of money that Israel spends on the war, but also the amount it spends on its occupation of the West Bank, as well as the disproportionate number of Israelis who have been killed.
It also looks at how the number of people living under the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories has decreased in recent years, and the number living under occupation has increased.
Israel has been embroiled in a conflict that has seen nearly half a million Palestinians killed and more than 3 million injured, according to UN figures.
Its economy has been devastated by a lack of investment in the Palestinian economy, as the Palestinians have been forced to rely on food imports from countries that have had no access to the country for decades.
The World Bank has also been critical of Israel for its disproportionate treatment of Palestinians.
As a result, the Palestinian Authority has been struggling financially, as its economy has declined and the Palestinian population has declined.
Israel’s military has also taken steps that have made it a key player in the ongoing conflict.
The Israeli military has expanded its military presence in the West bank, including checkpoints and other installations along the Westbank.
This has led to a rise in the number and violence against Palestinians, and has resulted in the deaths of more than 1,100 Palestinians since the start of the year.
As Israel’s occupation has become increasingly severe, the academics argue, its educational institutions have begun to change.
While Israel has not yet adopted a divestment policy, they say that it has shown a willingness to change policies that would have helped it to improve its relationship with the West.
“The state’s institutions have a strong commitment to Israel’s national security, and its academic institutions are particularly dedicated to maintaining the status quo in a state that is a strategic partner for Israel,” the report said.
Israel currently has about 10,000 academics who have graduated from its universities.
The researchers found that the percentage that are graduates from Israel’s universities increased from 6.3 percent in 2003 to 14.9 percent in 2016.
The authors also found an increase in the percentage who graduated from a top university.