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דואר אלקטרוני

Galit Ben-Israel, Dr.

Teaching and Research Fields

Teaching fields:
  • Internet
  • Globalization
  • Management of knowledge in organizations
Research fields: 
  • Management of hostage-barricade and suicide terror situations
  • Emergency management in the era of social networks
  • Online recruitment,
  • Mobilization
  • Radicalization

Positions outside Beit Berl College

  • ​Member of the NATO Research Group: Science for Peace and Security
  • Lecturer and consultant on digital
  • Commentator on issues relating to security crises and emergencies on Channels 1, 10, 20, and 2


Doctoral Thesis
  • “The impact of Israeli political culture on the decision-making processes of Israeli governments in hostage-barricade attacks committed by Palestinian terror organizations, 1968-1994.”
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals
  • Shorer-Zeltser, M., & Ben-Israel, G. (2007). "Greater is our terror of the unknown": The diasporic internet networks and their inference with global security. In D. Remenyi (Ed.), Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Information Warfare and Security (pp. 253-262). Curtis Farm, UK: Academic Conferences.
  • Shorer-Zeltser, M., & Ben-Israel, G. (2007). Religious internet networks and mobilization to terror. Journal of Information Warfare, 6 (2), (pp. 1-15).
  • Shorer-Zeltser, M., & Ben-Israel, G. (2008). Applications of content and NLP techniques analysis on religious Internet content. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations, 8 (9), (pp. 13-26).
  • Ben-Israel, G. (accepted for publication). The Impact of Web 2.0 on Public Engagement in the Israeli Home Front: (From the 2006 Lebanon War to the 2014 Israel-Gaza Conflict). In E. de Silva (Ed.), International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age (IJPADA), Chapter 5. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.
Chapters in Peer-Reviewed Books
  • Ben-Israel, G. (2008). Databases on terrorism: Constructing a database on hostage-barricade terrorism and abductions. In M. Kauffmann (Ed.), Building and using datasets on armed conflicts (pp. 63-73). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press
  • Shorer-Zeltser, M., & Ben-Israel, G. (2010). Learning terror trigger textual devices on religious Internet sites. In H. L. Dienel, Y. Sharan, C. Rapp, & N. Ahituv (Eds.), Terrorism and the Internet (pp. 189-193). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.
  • Ben-Israel, G., & Shorer-Zeltser, M. (2012). Telling a story by dry statistics: Islamic radical suicide terror attacks In Israel (1993-2008). In T. Dronzina & R. E. Houdaigui (Eds.), Contemporary suicide terrorism: Origins, trends, ways of tackling (pp. 52-67). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.
  • Ben-Israel, G., & Shorer-Zeltser, M. (2012). Israeli government's policy-making in Palestinian hostage-barricade terrorism (HBT) situations and abductions (1968-1994). In M. M. Laskier & Y. Ronen (Eds.), Israel's seventh decade: New research issues on its history (pp. 241-259). Ramat Gan, Israel: Bar Ilan University Press. (Hebrew).
  • Ben-Israel, G. (2014). Development of Defense-Oriented Application Software under Fire: The Case of Israel. In A. Vaseashta, P. Susmann & E. Berman (Eds.), Cyber Security and Resiliency Policy Framework (pp. 115-126). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.
  • Shorer-Zeltser, M., & Ben-Israel, G. (2015). Analysis of Success of Mobilization to Terror Using Tools of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). In M. Hadji-Janev & M. Bogdanoski (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Civil Society and National Security in the Era of Cyber Warfare, Chapter 6 (pp. 127-143). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.
  • Shorer-Zeltser, M., & Ben-Israel, G. (2015). Developing discourse and tools for alternative content to prevent terror. In E. de Silva (Ed.), National security and counterintelligence in the era of cyber espionage, Chapter 8 (pp. 144-160). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press.
  • Ben-Israel, G. (accepted for publication). Telling a Story via Tumbler Analytics: Europe's Young Female Muslim Attraction to ISIS. In E. C. Viano (Ed.), Responses to Female Migration to ISIS. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press.
  • Ben-Israel, G. (accepted for publication). The Impact of Web 2.0 on Public Engagement in the Israeli Home Front. In Moria Levy (Ed.), Knowledge Management in Israel in 2017: collaboration and knowledge sharing. Tel-Aviv: The Israel Knowledge Management Forum Press. (Hebrew).

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