Israel's New Math
- Israel plans wall through Bethlehem. // Christian Century;3/22/2003, Vol. 120 Issue 6, p16
Reports on the plan of Israel to build a security wall in Bethlehem on the West Bank to safeguard a Jewish religious shrine known as Rachel's Tomb. Details of the plan; Conflict between Israelis and Palestinians in the area; Concerns about the implications of the plan.
- Dissembling Words. Majaj, Lisa // Off Our Backs;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 32 Issue 7/8, p24
Relates the experience of the author on terrorism in Palestine. Circumstances of atrocity; Details of the experience of Palestinians on terrorism; Destruction of civilian life and civilian infrastructure.
- Guns among the olives. Avnery, Uri // New Internationalist;Dec2002, Issue 352, p6
Reports on the cooperation between Palestinians and Israelis to harvest the olive crops in Havarah, a small village south of Nablus deep inside Palestinian territory in the West bank. Israeli settlers' attempts to prevent the harvesting; Harvesting technique used by the pickers.
- ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS. // Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);2/22/2010, Vol. 190 Issue 4794, p9
The article reports on the condition of the two Palestinians who were shot and wounded by Israeli troops in the West Bank on February 20, 2010.
- ROUTE 443: THE LEGAL ILLUSION. Yehuda, Limor // Jewish Quarterly;Summer2010, Issue 215, p38
The author discusses the opening of Route 443 in West Bank to Palestinians which he feels creates an illusion of justice. He mentions that the highway was built in the 1980s using land taken from Palestinians. Until 2000, the road served both Israelis and Palestinians. After a series of attacks...
- Wrong turn -- or turnaround -- for J Street? Kahn, Gilbert N. // New Jersey Jewish News;4/5/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 14, p16
The author discusses the shortcomings of the J Street Conference held at Washington D.C., held in 2012. He states that the issues discussed during the conference did not focused on the security for the Israelis and the autonomy for the Palestinians. He further mentions that the majority of...
- An Intriguing New Mideast Peace Proposal. Zuckerman, Mortimer B. // U.S. News Digital Weekly;10/12/2012, Vol. 4 Issue 41, p22
The author reflects on U.S. president Barack Obama's two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict. He says that with little probability for a permanent arrangement that can be reached through negotiations with the Palestinians, Obama proposes withdrawing from the West Bank and recognizing...
- Hebron: in the line of fire. Doyle, Paul // Middle East;Apr2002, Issue 322, p44
Focuses on the division of two sectors in Hebron, West Bank. Number of Jewish settlers and Palestinian Arabs; History of the Arab-Israeli conflict; Responsibility of Israeli Defence Force soldiers to keep the two sides from killing each other.
- Count Me In. Gefen, Nan Fink // Tikkun;Nov2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p32
Describes the views of a Jewish convert about the actions of the Israeli government towards Palestinians living in Israel and Palestinian territories. Disappointment over Israeli government's treatment of Palestinians; Violence committed by Israelis to Palestinians; Terrorist acts by...