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  1. The Middle East (International Government & Politics Series) by Dilip Hiro, 1996-06-26
  2. Governments and Politics of the Middle East in the Twentieth Century (Van Nostrand Political Science Series) by Hisham Sharabi, 1987-03-25
  3. The Middle East: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides) by Philip Robins, 2009-08-25
  4. The Other Arab-Israeli Conflict: Making America's Middle East Policy, from Truman to Reagan by Steven L. Spiegel, 1986-10-15
  5. Employment Creation and Social Protection in the Middle East and North Africa: The Third Mediterranean Development Forum
  6. Contemporary Politics in the Middle East by Beverly Milton-Edwards, 2006-11-03
  7. A Political Economy of the Middle East: Third Edition by Alan Richards, John Waterbury, 2007-07-31
  8. Shi'ite Lebanon: Transnational Religion and the Making of National Identities (History and Society of the Modern Middle East) by Roschanack Shaery-Eisenlohr, 2008-06-10
  9. The Next Founders: Voices of Democracy in the Middle East by Joshua Muravchik, 2009-06-15
  10. Remaking the Modern: Space, Relocation, and the Politics of Identity in a Global Cairo by Farha Ghannam, 2002-09-02
  11. Identity and Foreign Policy in the Middle East
  12. Conflicts in the Middle East since 1945 (The Making of the Contemporary World) by Peter Hinchcliffe, Beverley Milton-Edwards, 2007-10-30
  13. The Politics of Miscalculation in the Middle East (Indiana Series in Arab and Islamic Studies) by Richard B. Parker, 1993-09-01
  14. The Middle East by CQ Press, 2007-07-02

21. International Bureau Of Education. International Activities. Databanks. World Da
middle east and North Africa. general information about the Institute and its missions;current projects; on This section of the government of Morocco home page
Official information sources on education Middle east and North Africa North America Western Europe Africa South of Sahara Asia and the Pacific ... Latin America and the Caribbean General information sources Background information Statistics and indicators Databases on education systems Web resources Educational profiles National reports
Middle East and North Africa
Algeria Bahrain Cyprus Egypt Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Mauritania Morocco Oman Palestinian Authority ... United Arab Emirates Yemen A lgeria Official site of the [Ministry of National Education]. General information about the education system; organization of the Ministry; statistics; examination results; news. (In Arabic and French) Home page of the [Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research]. General information about the Ministry; programmes and projects; publications; legislation; links to universities and research centres. (In Arabic, English and French)

22. The Christian Science Monitor | Daily Online Newspaper
antiAmerican sentiment throughout the middle east. general Franks retains overallresponsibility for a war that Central Iraqi government ministries could
USA COMMENTARY LEARNING ... THE HOME FORUM February 13, 2003 Home Subscribe About Us / Help Feedback ... Site Map from the February 13, 2003 edition -
Plan: US general to run Iraq
In Ankara and Washington, the US outlined its plans for a post-Hussein Iraq. Some Iraqi opposition leaders object. By Cameron W. Barr SULAYMANIYAH, IRAQ - The head of the US military's Central Command, Gen. Tommy Franks, will rule Iraq in the initial aftermath of a US invasion to overthrow President Saddam Hussein. Administration officials briefed senators Tuesday on postwar planning, stressing that the US goal is "to liberate Iraq, not to occupy it," and last week a US envoy told leaders of Iraqi groups opposed to Hussein about American intentions. The senators were told that even under good circumstances, it would take two years before the military could fully transfer control to an Iraqi government. As presented, the plan recalls postwar Germany and Japan, where American military occupations paved the way for transfers of power to democratic and constitutionally backed governments. Some Iraqi opposition leaders are already attacking the plan, saying it amounts to a US military rule of Iraq that will favor the existing power structure in the country. Instead of turning Iraq into a beacon of democracy in the Middle East, an ambition articulated by some US policymakers, the opposition leaders say the US plan seems designed to ease the fears of Arabs and Turks unhappy with the prospect of a democratic, federal Iraq.

23. African Studies: US Government Agencies
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24. Middle East Studies: Israel
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25. Press Conference 12 July 2002
I understand that Mr. Hiroyasu Ando, Directorgeneral for the As for middle east peace,I would like to just repeat the position of the government of Japan on
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Press Conference 12 July 2002
  • Dispatch of mission to Afghanistan to develop demining technology
  • Visit by Minister for Foreign Affairs Yoriko Kawaguchi to the Republic of Korea
  • Questions concerning the situation in the Middle East
  • Question on Japanese Red Army members seeking return to Japan ...
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  • Dispatch of mission to Afghanistan to develop demining technology
    Deputy Press Secretary Joji Hisaeda: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I have two announcements to make today.
    The Government of Japan will dispatch a governmental mission to develop demining technology to Afghanistan from 13 to 18 July.
    The members of the mission will include officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and representatives of nonprofit organizations (NPOs).
    In light of Japan's past support for Afghanistan related to the problems of landmines, the missions will exchange opinions on the modality of future cooperation associated with the United Nations, the Government of Afghanistan, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and others working on the ground. The mission also aims to obtain information necessary for developing technology to detect and remove landmines, something that Japan is pursuing. In addition, the mission will investigate whether the funds that Japan offers to international organizations to support demining measures in Afghanistan are being used appropriately and effectively.
  • 26. - The Sydney Morning Herald
    wants to further delay publication of a middle east peace plan Gaza, as Israel chosea new government in a a convincing victory in the Israeli general election
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    archives today's edition: am past 10 days site guide Middle East conflict Thursday, April 10, 2003 Israeli missile blows up Hamas chief A missile fired by an Israeli aircraft blew up a car in Gaza City, killing a Hamas commander and six other people in the first Israeli air strike since the war in Iraq began. more Wednesday, April 9, 2003 Palestinian deal after Iraq US President George Bush has promised to turn his focus to settling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict once Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein is removed from power. more Tuesday, April 8, 2003 Fatah accused defies Israeli court The murder trial of the prominent Palestinian leader, Marwan Barghouti, has opened in Jerusalem with prosecution witnesses refusing to give evidence and his lawyers only grudgingly representing him. more Monday, April 7, 2003 Israel's demands set to threaten peace plan Israel wants more than a dozen changes to a Middle East peace initiative, and will walk away from negotiations if the amendments are rejected, an aide to the Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, says. more Sunday, April 6, 2003

    27. NCC Middle East Delegation Visit April 16-27, 2002
    Palestinian Authority and the Israeli government over the leaders just back from theMiddle east is calling Council of Churches and its general secretary, the
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    (Subject to change) Tuesday, April 16 - Fly to London Wednesday, April 17 - Arrive in Istanbul Thursday, April 18 - TURKEY Meeting with the His All Holiness Bartholomew, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople. Meeting with His Beatitude Archbishop Mesrob II Mutafyan, Armenian Patriarch of Istanbul. Friday, April 19 - LEBANON Travel to Beirut. Meeting with Rev. Dr. Salim Sahyouni, president of the Supreme Council of the Evangelical Community in Syria and Lebanon and Evangelical Leaders. Meeting with Metropolitan Elias Audeh, representing the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem. Dinner and informal gathering with secular and religious leaders. Saturday, April 20 - LEBANON Meeting with His Holiness Catholicos Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, one of the historic sees of the Armenian Church, and with Church Leaders of the Syrian Orthodox Church. Meeting with H.B. Patriarch Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir and Leaders of the Catholic Churches in Lebanon.

    28. Human Rights Watch: Middle East And Northern Africa
    page briefing paper, “The Iraqi government Assault on arrest and prosecution ofIraqi general Ali Hassan who is currently traveling through the middle east.

    Americas Asia Europe/Central Asia ...
    Iraq's Civilians Face Security Vacuum

    U.S. and coalition forces must not allow a security vacuum to develop in areas of Iraq under their occupation, Human Rights Watch said today.
    April 9, 2003 Press Release
    Who Was Ali Hassan Al-Majid ("Chemical Ali") ?

    Iraqi General Ali Hassan al-Majid, a cousin of President Saddam Hussein, was the architect of the 1988 genocidal Anfal campaign against the Iraqi Kurds, which resulted in the murder and "disappearance" of some 100,000 Kurds.
    April 7, 2003 Press Release
    U.S. Plans for Iraq Tribunals "A Mistake"

    Iraqis responsible for past crimes should be prosecuted before an international tribunal, not the U.S.-sponsored, Iraqi-led judicial process outlined at the Pentagon today, Human Rights Watch said.
    April 7, 2003 Press Release Belgium: Anti-Atrocity Law Limited But Case Against ex-Chad Dictator Can Move Forward April 5, 2003 Press Release Iraq: Soldiers Describe Mistreatment by Commanders Iraqi soldiers deserting their units and fleeing into Kurdish-controlled areas are escaping not just U.S. bombing raids but also ill-treatment by their own commanders. April 4, 2003 Press Release

    29. Amnesty International Report 2000 - Regional Summaries
    authorization to set up an office for the middle east based in Beirut. Libya On1 March, the general People's Congress appointed a new government.

    AI annual report 2000

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    PART 3 What is AI? AI in action International and regional organizations Selected regional human rights treaties ...
    back to the top MIDDLE EAST and NORTH AFRICA - Highlights of Amnesty International Report 2000 Covering events from January to December 1999 During 1999 widespread and serious human rights violations - including large-scale executions, routine use of torture and unfair trials, often before special courts, took place throughout much of the Middle East and North Africa. In common with the previous year, the climate of impunity remained, with few steps taken to bring to justice those responsible for past human rights violations. Torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment continued in Saudi Arabia Amnesty International recorded 103 executions in 1999, though the actual total may well have been higher. Criminal judicial procedures fell far short of international standards, with detainees denied the right of access to a lawyer, the right to defence and the right to appeal. Safeguards against the use of confessions gained under torture were lacking. Political and religious freedom continued to be severely curtailed in Saudi Arabia, and a number of people were arrested during the year on political or religious grounds. Some were held without charge or trial and without access to their families or lawyers for prolonged periods. In Israel most members of the security forces enjoyed impunity for human rights violations. Torture continued to be officially permitted and systematically used until September when the High Court of Justice ruled that such methods of interrogation were unlawful. However, reports of Palestinians being beaten and otherwise ill-treated at checkpoints continued to be received. Eight Palestinian civilians were extrajudicially killed or killed from excessive use of force. About 1,500 Palestinians and 29 Lebanese, including 16 held as hostages, continued to be detained. In Israeli-occupied South Lebanon, more than 150 Lebanese were held without charge or trial in Khiam Detention Centre.

    30. Embassy Of Japan
    Official site for the Embassy of Japan Washington DC.Category Regional North America Foreign Embassies...... government, Politics. Toward peace and stability in the middle east (Statement byForeign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi The 3rd World Water Forum (general Information
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    31. Middle East GenWeb Project - Middle East Genealogy, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq,
    You may also post your general question about middle eastern Research to our middleeastern Query middle east Regional Newspapers. Official government Websites.
    About The Project What's New? Welcome to the Middle EastGenWeb Project. This site is part of the WorldGenWeb Project , a non-profit, volunteer genealogical resource network. To learn more about this project, please read our About Us Page . If you need assistance with this website feel free to email the Project Coordinator . You may also post your general question about Middle Eastern Research to our Middle Eastern Query Board. The IsraelGenWeb Project has been featured in Everton's Online Genealogical Newsletter... Resources Middle Eastern Resources Volunteers Country Index Digital Archives Genealogy Tools Mailing Lists ... Resources You will want to begin your search by exploring the Country websites that make up the Middle EasternGenWeb Project. Each website contains important resource and reference information that will help you trace your family history. All of our country websites maintain a system for submitting surname queries. Many also have country or county specific email lists that are FREE and open to anyone interested in the region. The Middle EasternGenWeb Project is in need of volunteers to host country pages, query boards, provide look-up resources, transcribe data, etc...

    32. Middle East And North Africa 2001
    On October 8, the government of Prime Minister Ali Abu alRagheb the legislation wentbeyond anti-terrorism provisions to impose tough general restrictions on
    King Abdullah II, who promised politial reform when he began his reign in February 1999, has repeatedly affirmed that "the sky is the limit" for press freedom in Jordan. The reality is very different. Harsh new legal restrictions, along with familiar hardships such as threats and detentions, led to a deterioration in press freedom conditions during 2001. On October 8, the government of Prime Minister Ali Abu al-Ragheb introduced "temporary" amendments to an already harsh Penal Code in response to the U.S.-led international "war on terror." However, the legislation went beyond anti-terrorism provisions to impose tough general restrictions on freedom of expression. Approved by King Abdullah, the new amendments stipulate that publications can be temporarily or permanently banned by the courts for publishing "false information or rumors," harming "national unity," "aggravat[ing] basic social norms," "sow[ing] the seeds of hatred," or harming "the honor or reputation of individuals." Offending editors and owners face prison sentences of between three and six months, fines of 5,000 Jordanian dinars (about US$7,000), or both. The new amendments also expanded a Penal Code article that criminalizes "insulting the dignity of the king" by making it an offense to publish any rumors or falsehoods regarding the king, whether in print, in cartoons, or online. The law also criminalizes those who "incite" others to commit similar offenses. Violators face between one and three years in prison. Charges brought under the new amendments are to be tried primarily in state security courts, rather than civil courts.

    33. Israel Links
    general Links middle east Peace/Politics. fundamental information about Israel andits culture, with extensive facts about the Israeli government and policies. and People/Links/default.htm
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    General Links: Yahoo posts various facts about the country of Israel. Virtual Jerusalem features a wide range of information relating to Israel and the Jewish world. VJ offers resources for news, travel, weekly Torah messages and lots more, including live video coverage of the Western Wall.
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    can be used as a library for comprehensive information on such topics as Israeli history, United States/Israel Relations, the Holocaust and anti-Semitism.

    34. The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Islamic And Middle Eastern Law
    Donna Arzt, Religious Human Rights in the middle east and North general Elections;Law No 27 (1996) Concerning general Elections. Texts from government Sites.

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  • 36. DEBKAfile, Political Analysis, Espionage, Terrorism Security
    Coverage of current events in Israel for the international user. Published in both English and Hebrew.Category Society Issues IsraelPalestine News and Media...... 68, the veteran PLO secretary general usually known as to land is flashed by theAnkara government. terror security forces across the middle east are tightly
    We Start Where The Media Stop Hebrew Thursday, April 10, 2003 Home Page Advertise DEBKA-Net-Weekly Customized Service ... Enlarge International Bin Laden Terror Terrorism Intelligence Regional Israel Middle East Americas Persian Gulf ... Russia
    HEADLINES Last Updated on April 9, 2003, 11:33 PM (GMT+02:00) White House Spokesman Fleischer stresses war is not over, US still in middle of military mission and no one has surrendered. Even if Saddam found war will go on up until victory. Iraqi UN ambassador Al-Douri concedes his country has lost war: “The game is over.” Rumsfeld warns that despite serious blow to Iraqi regime, fighting continues in Baghdad and other places. WMD has not been found, Saddam and sons not accounted for, northern oil fields may be wired for destruction, oil cities unsecured. Defense secretary leveled charge against Syria: Senior Iraqi officials move in and out of Syria, which facilitates their stay and their “moves to other places” Israel defense authorities will review state of national preparedness for WMD attack Thursday. Reservists called up for Iraq emergency may be sent home in time for Passover festival. US Marine tanks rolling into central Baghdad greeted by crowds. Joyous scenes spread to Kurdish towns and villages in north

    37. BSA United States - Press Release - Middle East Governments
    in general, and Dubai in particular, has become the IT capital of the middle Eastand is home to many of the world's leading IT companies. The Dubai government

    38. Mideast
    middle east sub categories general. Massive Campaign of Arab Home Demolitions 'Duringrecent weeks the Israeli government has initiated a massive campaign of
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  • Massive Campaign of Arab Home Demolitions
  • 'During recent weeks the Israeli government has initiated a massive campaign of home-demolitions in Arab villages and towns throughout Israel. Houses have been demolished in Lod, Ramle, Jaffa, and the Negev (south), and there are demolition orders for houses throughout the country, which could be executed in the nearest future. As result of a long-range government policy of land confiscations and of preventing the approval of master plans for Arab towns in Israel, whole neighborhoods in these towns are defined by the authorities as "illegal" - a policy whose aim is to strangle the development of the Palestinian community in Israel. A struggle is going on at these very moments against the demolition of 4 houses in the village of A'ara. These houses were built on land belonging to people of A'ara, but which was declared "military zone" during the 1950's. Following a hard struggle in 1998-9, when the government intended to confiscate these lands, an agreement was reached in 2000 between the government and the local authorities, according to which some of these lands, including the land on which the houses in danger of demolitions are located, would be returned to the local authrities in A'ara and other nearby towns. This agreemnet was signed by the heads of the local

    39. World-Wide Web Resources - Countries Excluding The U.S.
    Southeast Asian Studies, the general Library System reference materials, educationto government sites middle east Network Information Center, from University of

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  • Address Directory for the Politicians of the World
  • Atlapedia , country profiles providing facts and data on geography, climate, people, religion, language, history and economy.
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  • Constitution Finder , offering constitutions, constitution drafts, and other documents related to national and state constitutions and constitutionalism. Nations and states are listed alphabetically, and each nation's or state's name is linked to its constitutional text posted somewhere on the Internet.
  • 40. Terrorism Research -- Terrorism Library
    Palestinian. middle east News. Iraq. AntiWar Media Sources. US government Resources.US Political Transcripts. Civil Liberties Organizations. general (Mainstream/US).
    About the Library Use These Pages On Your Site Last updated: July 16, 2002 Who Links to Terrorism Library? Click on the topic for a list of web sites!! HOME Foreign News Sources Click on the links for English news sources in the relevant countries Afghanistan Afghan Terror News Pakistan India ... September 11 Archives Think Tanks and Policy Centers Afghanistan Civil Liberties Organizations General (Mainstream/U.S.) Islamic Pro ... South Asia Resources Country Resources Afghanistan Iraq Iran Somalia Journals Middle East Journals Terrorism Journals Military Journals Scholarly Journals ... Listservs *Other Directories More U Michigan Documents Center Findlaw Jurist ... Book List LLRX More Site Resources More WMD Resources Essay on Web Searching Click on the topic for a list of web articles!! HOME Update: Bush to Tout Homeland Security Plan CNN Special Feature: Defining Terrorism (Interactive) Christian Science Monitor Features Homeland Security I. Articles For General Understanding

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