Still Connected: American Jewish Attitudes about Israel

Theodore Sasson, Benjamin Phillips, Charles Kadushin, and Leonard Saxe / Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies, Brandeis University (August 2010)
This study assesses American Jewish attachment to Israel, particularly among the younger generation, in light of opinions on the 2008-2009 Gaza War, the Gaza flotilla raid of 2010, and the settlements. Results show an increase in clashes of opinion of Israeli policies among American Jews, but exhibit a steady attachment to Israel that does not decrease through the generations. PDF >

Fatah and the Politics of Violence: The Institutionalization of a Popular Struggle

Anat Kurz | Sussex Academic Press (2005)
Book Review (The Reut Institute) | CampusBooks

Visions in Collision: What Happened at Camp David and Taba?

Jeremy Pressman / International Security (Fall 2003)
This article addresses the dominant narrative coming out of the Camp David talks in 2000 and offers an alternative understanding that suggests that the door to Israeli-Palestinian political talks is open. PDF >

The Beilin - Abu Mazen Document

The Reut Institute (October 31, 1995)
Unofficial draft agreement for a framework for the conclusion of a final status agreement between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). PDF >

Secret 1970 Document Confirms First West Bank Settlements Built on a Lie

Haaretz (July 1970)
The document, a copy of which has been obtained by Haaretz, details a meeting in the office of then-Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, at which government and military leaders spoke explicitly about how to carry out this deception in the building of Kiryat Arba, next to Hebron. Read More >

Israel Used Military Censor to Conceal First Settlements From Public, Document Reveals

Haaretz (June 19, 1969)
Document shows that Israel’s leaders used military censorship to cover up the establishment of the first West Bank settlements by banning the publication of articles by Haaretz and another daily, Hatzofe, on the issue. Read More >

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