The Israel-Palestine Conflict:
Reports, Rights and Reconciliation
Spin Zone: Arab, Israeli and Other News Sites
The Palestine Chronicle: an independent online newspaper providing daily news, commentary, features and reviews, largely focused on Palestine and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) News - Middle East: current events and in depth features.
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA): news and analysis from and about the Middle East and U.S. policy in that region published by the American Educational Trust (AET).
Ha'aretz: a major, broadly liberal Israeli news site well known for its Op-ed pages; influential in the Middle East and beyond.
Jerusalem Post: major right-of-center Israeli newspaper.
Israeli Defense Forces: the official website of the Israeli military.
Al Arabiya: another influential, pan-Arab news site, based in Qatar.
Al-Ahram: Cairo-based weekly, government-affiliated on-line weekly.
Electronic Intifada: an independent publication committed to education on the question of Palestine, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the economic, political, legal, and human dimensions of Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories.
Peace and Justice: Humanitarian and Human Rights Organizations
B'Tselem: Israeli information center for human rights in occupied territories.
Israeli Coalition Against Houseing Demolition (ICAHD): a non-violent, direct-action group originally established to resist Israeli demolition of Palestinian houses in the Occupied Territories.
Sabeel: an ecumenical liberation theology movement among Palestinian Christians.
Americans for a Just Peace in the Middle East (AJPME): An American organization advocating a just and peaceful settlement to the Palestinian / Israeli conflict.
Addameer: a Palestinian Prisoners' Support and Human Rights Association.
Badil: Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights.
Reasons to be Hopeful: Arab-Israeli Reconciliation, Cooperation and Non-violence
Mar Elias Educational Institutions: a campus in the Galilean town of Ibillin where Muslims, Christians, Jews and Druze study together. (Founder Elias Chacour was recently appointed Archbishop of Galilee.)
Musalaha: a non-profit organization promoting reconciliation especially between Palestinian Christians and Messianic Jews in Israel.
The Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture: a quarterly venture in dialogue and cooperation.
Churches for Middle East Peace: a coalition of 21 public policy offices of national churches and agencies, urging U.S. government policies that avoid and resolve armed conflicts, and that promote human rights, arms control, foreign aid, and the unique nature of Jerusalem.
Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy (MEND): a network of centers throughout the West Bank promoting peaceful initiatives and children's work.
IBDAA: a cultural center promoting leadership training among young people in the Dheisheh Refugee camp in Bethlehem.