The Electronic Intifada
From pro-Palestinian activists and writers trying to provide a fair
representation of the Palestinian point of view, this site includes
news and essays.
Guide to the
Mideast Peace Process
From the official Web site of the Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The official Web site of the military forces in Israel including current
news articles and archive. Use links across the top of the page for
doctrine, history, homefront and more.
From the Christian Science Monitor, this site provides recent history,
geography and key concepts about the Israeli-Palestinian situation.
Notice “Sticking Points” – explains issues and then both perspectives
Middle East Historical
and Peace Process Documents
From Arabs and Jews and other activists in the Middle East peace education
effort, this site provides texts of reports, policy statements and other
findings from 1915 to the present day. Each text is accompanied by background
information. Provides links to other information including a brief history
of Palestine/Israel since early times.
From CNN, includes maps, issues, key players, timeline, history, culture,
news and more - plus a clickable map of the disputed regions.
Negotiations Affairs Department
From the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), provides a variety
of topics including key terms, statistics, maps, brief biographies and
of Palestine: Overview
From the United Nations, this site includes an overview of the history
of the formation of Palestine, the involvement of the U.N. and a collection
of related maps.
el-Sheikh Fact-Finding Committee Final Report
From the U.S. Department of State, this site details the report created
after the 2000 Middle East Peace Summit in Egypt (also called the Mitchell
Report) about the violence in Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and the West
Bank. The report, released in 2001, includes the official responses
of the government of Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
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September 9, 2008