Here are some new additions to The “Best” Resources For Learning About The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict:
The Washington Post has an out-dated special feature on the conflict. Some of their features, though, are also relevant today. The two best are an interactive on the history of the conflict, and a series of questions about Hamas answered by both an Israeli and a Palestinian. Those answers can be found on the main page of the feature.
CNN also has a map and photos about the present Gaza attacks.
The Guardian has an interactive graphic titled The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Brief History.
The Council on Foreign Relations has an interactive Crisis Guide: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, but it’s probably only accessible to advanced English Language Learners.
Since most of the mainline media seem to take a pro-Palestinian position, it would be good to balance their clearly biased views with facts on the ongoing unprovoked violence done for example at Patriarch Joseph’s Tomb since 2000 by Hamas. Shown at: wnd.com/index.php=fa=PAGE.view&pageId=56238
Also would you please list “Christians living in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip” are holding only small, quiet Christmas celebrations after local leaders received warnings from Muslim groups against any public display of Christianity this holiday season, according to a Gaza Christian leader. “We were warned not to celebrate in the streets or ring the church bells, otherwise Christians would be targeted. We are living under a state of fear.” Read the full story right now at WorldNetDaily.com at:
Also these at: JAFFA, Israel – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his office today slammed as “barbaric” and “unnecessary” Israel’s air strikes in Gaza, but according to top diplomatic sources in Jerusalem, Abbas for months now has been petitioning Israel to launch a massive military raid against his Hamas rivals in Gaza.
Media parrot Hamas on casualty numbers
PA leader ‘begged’ Israel to hit Hamas
Ex-business partners settle debt with suicide attack