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Allan Solomonow papers

Ms. Coll. 1247

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Solomonow, Allan
Title:
Allan Solomonow papers
Date [bulk]:
1960-2009
Date [inclusive]:
1944-2016
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1247
Extent:
34.8 linear feet (36 boxes)
Language:
English
Language Note:
Primarily English with a very small amount of Arabic, French, and Hebrew.
Abstract:
Allan Wayne Solomonow (born 1937) is a Jewish peace activist who was active in New York City and the San Francisco Bay area from the 1970s through the 2010s. His particular concern was Middle East peace, especially the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This collection documents Solomonow's life's work and primarily comprise his professional papers related to the Jewish peace community as well as collected secondary material that informed his thinking.
Cite as:
Allan Solomonow papers, 1944-2016 [bulk: 1960-2009], Ms. Coll. 1247, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Allan Wayne Solomonow (born 1937) is a Jewish peace activist who was active in New York City and the San Francisco Bay area from the 1970s through the 2010s. His particular concern was Middle East peace, especially the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Solomonow was born in Omaha, Nebraska to Edward Joseph Solomonow and Sarah Toby Kaplan and was step-son to Joseph's second wife, Frances L. Solomonow. His father was in the military and his early childhood was marked with frequent moves. In 1945, the family settled in Los Angeles, California, where Solomonow graduated from Alexander Hamilton High School in 1955. Solomonow attended the University of Illinois and the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a BA in political science in 1960. While in college, Solomonow was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and was on the executive committee and served as Secretary-General of the 15th College Model United Nations at UC Berkeley. He was also involved in SLATE (named for a slate of candidates), the influential New Left student group active between 1957 and 1964. Solomonow also studied teaching at Antioch University, New England, where he received a Master of Art in Teaching (MAT) in Social Sciences in 1965. In New York City, Solomonow worked briefly for the Foundation for Integrative Education and as a teacher in the New York City Public Schools.

During the Vietnam War, Solomonow requested Conscientious Objector status on Jewish religious grounds. However, his case was never acted upon and was deferred until past draft age. While directing the Counselor-In-Training program at Camp Ahimsa, a project of the Committee for Nonviolent Action (CNVA), Solomonow was invited, in 1967, to be part of a demonstration at the launching of the nuclear submarine, the "Will Rogers." During his speech, Solomonow spontaneously tore his signature off a duplicate copy of his draft card and subsequently mailed the remainder of the card to the President of the United States. He was prosecuted and sentenced in 1968 to a year in federal prison for the crime of "mutilating" a Selective Service document. In October 1968, Solomonow entered Allenwood Federal Prison in Pennsylvania, where he estimated about a quarter of the population were draft refusers. There he was assigned to teach what he described as "literacy to moonshiners and inner city blacks in the prison's educational system." Solomonow was also involved in other anti-war protests and was the subject of People v. Solomonow, 56 Misc. 2d 1050 (1968) - NY: Supreme Court 1968.

After being released from prison in 1969, Solomonow became the first national program director of the Jewish Peace Fellowship (JPF), a nondenominational Jewish organization whose work centered at the time on support for Jewish Conscientious Objectors. Among his accomplishments at JPF was editing the book Roots of Jewish Nonviolence (Nyack, N.Y.: Jewish Peace Fellowship, 1970), a copy of which was sent by JPF to every draft board in the United States.

Solomonow left JPF in 1970 to become coordinator of the Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), in New York City. CONAME was begun in 1969, in a time when other US peace organizations had no formal Middle East program. Like Solomonow, most of the founding members of CONAME were Jews (including Noam Chomsky, Richard Falk, Rabbi Everett Gendler, Irene Gendzier, Paul Jacobs, Robert Jay Lifton, Seymour Melman, and Don Peretz). Solomonow's activities at CONAME included organizing speaking opportunities throughout the United States for Palestinian-Israeli teams and developing support in the US for peace activists in Israel and Palestine. Eventually the organization advocated for formal Israeli-Palestinian dialogue and encouraged the end of settlement activity and military aid to Israel and the Arab countries. In 1972, Solomonow made his first trip to the Middle East to meet with both Israeli and Palestinian peace community members, and to line up speakers to bring back to the US.

In 1975, CONAME ceased operations when Solomonow left to begin the Middle East Program at the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), advocating for Israeli dialogue with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and support for an independent Palestinian State. In 1975, he led the first interfaith peace tour to the region, an activity he would repeat dozens of times in the coming decades.

In 1976, Solomonow founded the Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), a coalition of over 50 national and regional peace, justice, and religious organizations. Its goal was to "increase the quantity and quality of Middle East peace education work in the United States by serving as a resource to all who wish to use its good offices." The MEPP convened the Middle East Consultation Group which consisted of program officers from various national organizations with Middle East peace programs. The organization regularly distributed to its members literature on the Middle East though the Middle East Peace Literature Service which was run cooperatively with the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Like CONAME before it, MEPP also sponsored Israeli and Palestinian speakers on US tours.

Besides his paid work leading Jewish peace organizations, Solomonow was a member of the Jewish peace group Breira (1973-1977), one of the earliest organizations to call for mutual Israeli-Palestinian recognition and a two-state solution to the crisis. Eventually, Breira was brought down by attacks from conservative Jewish organizations. Later he became active in the New Jewish Agenda (NJA) (1980-1992) and its Middle East Taskforce, eventually serving on the NJA steering committee. In 1980, he became a Coordinator of the national Shalom Network, an all-volunteer organization of Jewish peace and social justice organizations around the country. In its earliest years the organization operated out of Solomonow's offices at MEPP.

In 1983, Solomonow joined the staff of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) as Director of the Middle East Program at their regional office in San Francisco. AFSC involvement in the Middle East goes back to 1949 when the Quaker organization provided humanitarian relief to Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip and Galilee. Its American-based Middle East peace efforts began in the 1970s and frequently involved cooperative work with organizations including CONAME, Breira and New Jewish Agenda. Solomonow's work in the organization focused on educational initiatives in the US, promotion of Israeli and Palestinian speakers, interreligious tours of the Middle East, and the advancement of nonviolent resistance to Israeli military occupation of the Palestinian territories. During his long tenure at AFSC (1983-2009), Solomonow was the focus of several controversies, with both Jewish American and Arab American individuals and organizations accusing him of biased work in the peace community.

In addition to the published works mentioned above, Solomonow also edited Towards Middle East Dialogue: Responses to the Quakers' Search for Peace in the Middle East (New York : Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East, 1972);  Resources for Middle East Information (Nyack, N.Y: Middle East Peace Literature Service, 1973);  The Great Berringer Debate (Nyack, N.Y.: Middle East Peace Literature Service, 1974);  Where We Stand: Official Statements of American Churches on the Middle East Conflict (New York: The Middle East Consultation Group, 1977); and  Israel and the PLO: Confronting the Unthinkable (St. Paul, Minn.: Middle East Peace Now, 1979).

Solomonow occasionally taught courses on Middle East peace and nonviolence at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Utah. He and his wife, Ofelia Alayeto, are long-standing members of Kehila Synagogue in Piedmont, California, and have two sons, Gregory and Seth Solomonow.

(Sources: Internal; American Jewish Peace Archive (http://ajpeacearchive.org/); Ancestry.com.)

Scope and Contents

The Allan Solomonow papers document the Jewish peace activist's life's work and primarily comprise his professional papers related to the Jewish peace community as well as collected secondary material that informed his thinking. There are five series in the collection: I. General materials; II. Organizational and professional work; III. Topical materials; IV. Publications; and V. Audiovisual materials.

The first series, "Personal and educational materials," contains several subseries including biographical material on Solomonow; materials collected during his student years at University of California, Berkeley; personal correspondence; a collection of personal materials including those associated with the celebration of Jewish holidays in the Solomonow family home; materials used in courses he taught on the Middle East; a variety of mailing lists collected over the years; personal and professional notes taken on legal pads; and a collection of Solomonow's own writings and speeches and the materials used in their preparation.

The second series, "Organizational and professional work," is divided into series by organization or project. This part of the collection comprises material from Solomonow's work, whether paid or not, with the American Friend Service Committee (AFSC), Breira, Committee of Americans for Peace in the Middle East (CAPME), Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), the Middle East Peace Project (MEPP) and the New Jewish Agenda (NJA). It also includes documentation of other professional work undertaken by Solomonow such as his involvement as part of the Coalition Against Surveillance (CAS) in confronting the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for their exposed (1988) surveillance tactics aimed at many left-leaning groups; his involvement in the Proposition "W" Campaign (1988) in San Francisco which called for US recognition of the Palestinian people's right to self-determination and statehood; the planning and production of a Sharing Jerusalem advertisement in the New York Times (1988); and significant documentation of Solomonow's many sponsored tours of the Middle East (early 1970s-2008).

The subseries on "American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)" is the largest of these subseries, itself divided into sub-subseries: "Organizational materials," representing the work of various committees and programs; "Controversies," documenting several of the professional disputes Solomonow found himself in over the years; and a collection of "Programming and subject files," which includes the public work undertaken by Solomonow and AFSC as well as collected material that informed this work.

A series of "Topical materials" consists of several groupings of files which demonstrate some of the ways that Solomonow thought to organize collected literature over the years. There is a subseries of files containing material related to "Churches on Middle East peace;" one on what Solomonow considered "Negative" reactions to his brand of peace work; one documenting "Doves and nonviolence;" a subseries on "Palestine, Palestinians, and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO);" a subseries of materials on various named "Perspectives on Middle East peace;" a large collection of "Reference files, A-Z;" and a set of "Topical files" grouped by headings: Arab, Education, International, Israel, Jewish, Negative, and Palestinians.

The series of "Publications" is made up of both "Monographs" (in the form of books, pamphlets, dissertations and short articles from a range of perspectives on Middle East peace) as well as "Periodicals" collected by Solomonow. These materials are described at the title level for both monographs and periodicals. However, there are additional published materials scattered throughout the collection that should not be overlooked. There is also a full box of "Miscellaneous clippings, articles, and copies" which were collected by Solomonow but never filed.

The final series, "Audiovisual materials," contains a large selection of photographic slides taken in the Middle East (some for professionally produced programs, others perhaps more casually produced or collected), as well as a small number of audio and video formats described by title.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  September 21, 2017

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by John Anderies

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

The following files are restricted until 2022 at the request of Solomonow: Box 1, Folders 14-26; and Box 4, Folder 22. Researchers interested in viewing these restricted file should email the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rarebooks, and Manuscripts for permission.

Access to original audiovisual materials is restricted: Box 5, Folder 29; Box 22, Folder 31; Box 32, Folders 1, 4, 24-28; and Box 36. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Sold by Bolerium Books, 2016

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

American Friends Service Committee Archives

American Jewish Archives: Paul M. Foer Breira Collection. 1975-1984, MS-771

American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History: Jewish Peace Fellowship records, 1942-2017, I-189

Judah L. Magnes Museum, Western Jewish History Center, University of California, Berkeley: New Jewish Agenda records, 1980-1992

Swarthmore College, Friends Historical Library: AFSC Palestine collection, 1948-1990, PG3

Swarthmore College Peace Collection: Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.) records, 1915-, DG 13

Swarthmore College Peace Collection: New Jewish Agenda collected records, 1980-1989, Peace ArCDG-A

University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley: SLATE records, 1959-1984, CU-592

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • American Friends Service Committee.
  • Anti-defamation League.
  • Breira.
  • Coalition Against Surveillance.
  • Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East.
  • Middle East Peace Project.
  • Munazzamat al-Tahrir al-Filastiniyah.
  • New Jewish Agenda (Organization).
Form/Genre(s)
  • Administrative records
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Books
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Correspondence
  • Notes
  • Periodicals
  • Photographs
  • Slides (photographs)
  • Speeches
  • Writings (documents)
Geographic Name(s)
  • Israel--Politics and government--20th century
  • Middle East--History--20th century
  • Palestine--Politics and government--20th century
  • United States--History--20th century
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century
Occupation(s)
  • Activists
Personal Name(s)
  • Solomonow, Allan
Subject(s)
  • Arab Americans
  • Arab-Israeli conflict
  • Jews--United States
  • Nonviolence
  • Palestinian Arabs
  • Peace movements
  • Persian Gulf War, 1991
  • Stereotypes (Social psychology)
  • Voyages and travels

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Personal and educational materials.

A. Biographical materials.

Box Folder

"Allan -- draft resister", 1967-1997.

1 1

"By and about Allan Solomonow", 1974-2006, undated.

1 2

Profiles, biographies, photos and business cards, 1972-2008, undated.

1 3

B. Berkeley materials.

Box Folder

Berkeley Law Students Democratic Club, "Discrimination in Housing", early 1960s.

1 4

Berkeley Law Students Democratic Club, "Housing Discrimination: A Time for Action", early 1960s.

1 5

Berkeley Law Students Democratic Club, "Segregation: Professional Ethics of the Berkeley Realty Board", early 1960s.

1 6

Berman, A. "The Apartheid Policy in South Africa Advisory Opinion of the World Court", circa 1960.

1 7

Haven, Joseph and Teresina, writings, 1964, undated.

1 8

Koch, Sigmund, "Toward an Indigenous Methodology: Reflections Prompted by Certain Trends of Psychology: A Study of a Science" (Eastern Psychological Association address), 1959.

1 9

Model United Nations, Tenth Commemorative Session, University of California, Berkeley, conference booklet, 1960.

1 10

Nelson, Don, and Bob Giorni, "The Book of Oski", early 1960s.

1 11

Skannal, W., and M. W. Tripp, "Possible Legal Approaches to the problem of Housing Discrimination", Early 1960s.

1 12

SLATE, 1964, 1984.

1 13

C. Correspondence.

Box Folder

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1962 June.

1 14

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1962 July.

1 15

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1962 August-September.

1 16

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1963.

1 17

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1964.

1 18

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1965.

1 19

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1966-1972.

1 20

From Jeannette Hanby to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], undated.

1 21

Loose plant material found among Hanby correspondence [RESTRICTED], undated.

1 22

From Allan Solomonow to Jeannette Hanby [RESTRICTED], undated.

1 23

From Jeannette Hanby to Ophelia Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1968-1969.

1 24

From Ophelia Solomonow to Allan Solomonow [RESTRICTED], circa 1969.

1 25

From Allan Solomonow to Ophelia Solomonow [RESTRICTED], 1969.

1 26

From Rabbi Michael A. Robinson to Allan Solomonow, 1969.

1 27

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1986, 2000.

1 28

D. Personal materials.

Box Folder

Booklet signed for Allan upon leaving Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), undated.

1 29

Hanukkah celebration invitations, undated.

1 30

Memorials for Scott Kennedy and Scott Blue, 2001, 2011.

1 31

Passover Seders, Haggadot, 1989-1996, undated.

1 32

Passover Seders/High Holidays, 1995-1996, undated.

1 33

Passover Seders/High Holidays clippings, 1993-1995.

1 34

Passover Seders guest lists, invitations, food, 1993-1995.

1 35

Published Seder material, 1969-1992, undated.

1 36

Rosh Hashanah sermon (Rabbi Eugene J. Lipman), 1981.

1 37

Shabbat "Shoftim" in Ramiya (Rabbi Jeremy Milgrom), 1991.

1 38

Solomonow, Ofelia, book reception, 1992.

1 39

Yom Kippur sermon (Rabbi Charles D. Lippman), 1979.

1 40

Yom Kippur talk (Rabbi Brian Walt), 1987.

1 41

E. Courses taught.

Box Folder

Articles used for teaching, 1969, 1979.

1 42

"The Geopolitics of Arab and Jew" course, undated.

1 43

"History of Arab-Jewish Relations" course at San Francisco Jewish Community Center, 1984.

1 44

"The Jews, the Arabs, and Palestine" course, location unknown, 1987.

1 45

"Peacemaking in the Middle East" course at University of California, Berkeley, 2001.

2 1

"Seminar on the Middle East" course at Peace and National Priorities Center, 1975.

2 2

F. Lists and contacts.

Box Folder

Address book, undated.

2 3

Mailing lists, 1972-1985, undated.

2 4

Mailing lists, 1974-1982, undated.

2 5

Mailing lists, 1982, undated.

2 6

Mailing lists, 1982-1986, undated.

2 7

Mailing lists, 1983-1984, undated.

2 8

Mailing lists, 1984, undated.

2 9

Mailing lists, 1984-1985, undated.

2 10

Mailing lists, 1985, undated.

2 11

Mailing lists, undated.

2 12-14

Mailing lists (AFSC local and national), 1984-1985, undated.

2 15

Mailing lists ("Allan's Old Mailing List" notecards), undated.

34

Mailing lists (Breaking the Silence), 1987.

2 16

Mailing lists (Breira patron membership), 1977.

2 17

Mailing lists (Business cards, note cards and scraps of paper), undated.

2 18

Mailing lists (Media), 1991, undated.

2 19

Mailing lists (Middle East Peace contacts), 1985-1998, undated.

2 20

Mailing lists (New Jewish Agenda, Shalom Network), 1980, undated.

2 21

Mailing lists (Schools), 1984, undated.

2 22

Mailing lists (San Francisco contacts), 1973-1974, undated.

2 23

Roster of Fellows (Middle East Study Association), 1970.

2 24

G. Notes.

Box Folder

1991, undated.

2 25

2001, 2011-2012, undated.

2 26

2003, undated.

2 27

2003-2004, undated.

2 28

2004, undated.

2 29

2006, undated.

2 30

2006-2007, undated.

2 31-33

2007-2008, undated.

2 34

2008, undated.

2 35

circa 2008.

2 36-37

2012, undated.

2 38-40

undated.

2 41-45

H. Writings and speeches.

Box Folder

"Allan Falls Down the Rabbit Hole", undated.

2 46

"The Assassination of Abu Jihad: Requiem for Peace", circa 1988.

2 47

"The Constitutional Relations of Kashmir and India", 1960.

2 48

"DNSF International Program Report", 1960.

2 49

"The General Assembly: Metamorphosis in a Changing United Nations", 1961.

2 50

"Israel and the PLO: Confronting the Unthinkable", 1979.

2 51

"Jews, Christians and the Middle East", 1982.

2 52

Manuscripts, 1989.

2 53

"The Middle East for Beginners", 1980-1985.

2 54

"A Middle East Peace Reader", 1980-1982.

2 55

"On Philosophy Education and Man", 1965.

2 56

Speaking engagements, 1971-1974, undated.

2 57

Speaking engagements, 1985-1987, undated.

2 58

Speaking engagements, 1985-2001, undated.

2 59

Speaking engagements, 1987-1988, undated.

2 60

Speaking engagements, 1989-1991, undated.

2 61

Speaking engagements, 1990-1994, undated.

3 1

Speaking engagements, 1993-2001, undated.

3 2

Speaking engagements, 2004.

3 3

Speech for convention, 1980.

3 4

Speeches, reports, writings, 1979-2005, undated.

3 5

Writings, 1971-1993, undated.

3 6

Writings, 1972-1987, undated.

3 7

Writings, 1973-1979, undated.

3 8

Writings, 1980-2007, undated.

3 9

Writings, 1984-1985, undated.

3 10

Writings, 1986-1987, undated.

3 11

Writings, 1987-1999, undated.

3 12

Writings, 1993-2010, undated.

3 13

Writings in Sequoia, 1993, 2003.

3 14

Writings on stereotypes, undated.

3 15

"Written Statement of the Union of South Africa on the Questions Submitted to the International Court of Justice by the General Assembly in Its Resolution -- Dated October 9, 1960", 1960.

3 16

Series II. Organizations and professional work.

A. American Friends Service Committee (AFSC).

1. Organizational materials.
Box Folder

Early Middle East initiatives (national), 1971-1986, undated.

3 17

International Middle East peace work (national), 1974-1986, undated.

3 18

Middle East Committee (local), 1992.

3 19

Middle East Committee (local), 1994-1995, undated.

3 20

Middle East Peace Education (national), 1970-1989, undated.

3 21

Middle East Peace Education (national), 1989-1997, undated.

3 22

Middle East Peace literature and research (national), 1970-1990, undated.

3 23

Middle East Program (national), 1997, 2000.

3 24

Middle East Peace Program (local), 2005-2006, undated.

3 25

Middle East Peace Program (local): Coverage during sabbatical, 1990.

3 26

Middle East Peace Program (local): Program Summaries, 1999-2000.

3 27

Middle East Subcommittee (local), 1983-1985, undated.

3 28

Middle East Subcommittee (local), 1983-1991, undated.

4 1-2

Middle East Subcommittee (local), 1998.

4 3

Middle East Subcommittee (local)/Task Force (national), 1975-2003, undated.

4 4

Middle East Task Force (national), 1982.

4 5

Middle East Task Force (national), 1998-2000, undated.

4 6

Middle East Task Force (national), 2003.

4 7

Middle East Task Force (national), 2006.

4 8

Middle East Working Committee (local), 1974-1977, undated.

4 9

Northern California Regional Office (local): Monthly Reports, 1989.

4 10

Northern California/Pacific Mountain Region (local), 1989-1990, undated.

4 11

Packet: "A Middle East Reading List" (local), 1992.

4 12
2. Controversies.
Box Folder

Anti-Defamation League attacks on AFSC (1984), 1984-1985, undated.

4 13

Attacks on AFSC, 1979-1996, undated.

4 14

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990), 1985-1990, undated.

4 15

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990), 1985-1994, undated.

4 16

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990), 1986-1991, undated.

4 17

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990), 1987-1993, undated.

4 18

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990), 1990.

4 19

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990), 1990-1992, undated.

4 20-21

Council of Arab American Organizations complaint (1990): final report from AFSC [RESTRICTED], 1990.

4 22

Criticisms of AFSC's work, 1974-1998, undated.

4 23

Muhawi, Ibrahim, complaint (1985), 1985-1986, undated.

4 24

New Jewish Agenda complaint (1990), 1990.

4 25

Sprinzak, Ehud, affair (1998), 1998.

4 26
3. Programming and subject files.
Box Folder

Abdel Shafim Haidar, visit, 1992.

5 1

Affirming the Palestinian State: A Moral Imperative conference, 1994.

5 2

The "Aid" question, 1989-1992, undated.

5 3

Al-Nakba (film), 1998.

5 4

American Council for Palestinian Affairs, The Road to Peace conference, 1989.

5 5

Ansar (play), 1991.

5 6

Anti-Defamation League, 1993-1994.

5 7

Arab World Conference, 1991.

5 8

Arafat tour and action, 1984.

5 9

Are Israelis and Palestinians Capable of Making Peace? event, 2001.

5 10

Articles, 2000-2001.

5 11

Awad, Mubarak, visit, 1988.

5 12

Awad, Mubarak, visit, 1989.

5 13

Awad, Mubarak, visit, 1994.

5 14

Awad, Mubarak, visit, 1998.

5 15

Banned in Iraq By Economic Sanctions packet, 1999.

5 16

Barghouti, Moustapha, and Joumana Odeh (Doctors' Tour), visit, 1988.

5 17

Bay Area convocation, 2002.

5 18

Bay Area events, 1987-1996, undated.

5 19

Bay Area interfaith events, 1991-2002, undated.

5 20

Bay Area programs on the Gulf War, 1990-1991.

5 21

Ben Haim, Yigal, visit, 1994.

5 22

Bergan, Kathy, correspondence, 1998-1999.

5 23

Beyond War meeting: Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan, 1991.

5 24

Breaking the Silence conference, 1985.

5 25

Breaking the Silence conference, 1986.

5 26

Breaking the Silence conference, 1987.

5 27

Breaking the Silence conference, 1988.

5 28

Brit Tzedek V'Shalom conference (includes 3 CD-ROMs) [RESTRICTED], 2006.

5 29

Bruderhof Foundation Iraq project, 1998.

5 30

Candlelight Witness planning group, 1991.

5 31

Chakour, Abuna, visit, 1995.

5 32

Chazan, Naomi, and Danny Rubinstein, visit, 1993.

5 33

Chomsky, Noam, correspondence, 1984.

5 34

Conscientious objector material, 1983-1990, undated.

5 35

Correspondence, 1984.

5 36

Covenant Presbyterian Church: Middle East study, 1986.

5 37

Database, 2006.

5 38

Falbel, Rita, and Emily Shihadeh, visit, 1994.

5 39

Friends of Sabeel conference, 2010.

5 40

Global Viewpoints Forum, 1991.

5 41

Golan, Daphna, visit, 1998.

5 42

Grace, Anne, Beit Sahour report, 1989.

5 43

Gracie, David, visit, 1991.

5 44

Gruen, George (American Jewish Committee), "Analysis of Quaker Peace Proposals", 1970-1971.

5 45

Guide to files (Archives), 2009.

5 46

Gulf War aftermath: Arms control, 1991.

5 47

Gulf War aftermath: General, 1991-1993, undated.

5 48

Gulf War aftermath: General, 1991-1992, undated.

5 49

Gulf War aftermath: Lifting of sanctions, 1990-1991, undated.

5 50

Gulf War aftermath: Resister support, 1990-1991, undated.

5 51

H.E.L.P. Act (HR 3825), support for Iraq, 2000-2001, undated.

6 1

Halliday, Denis, and Phyllis Bennis, visit, 1999.

6 2

Halliday, Denis, and Scott Ritter, on US Iraq policy, 2000.

6 3

Hamdani, Hassan, response to The Rev. Charles Kimball, 1986.

6 4

House demolition tour, 2000.

6 5

Information packet, 1987.

6 6

Interfaith meal, 1989.

6 7

Interfaith meal, 1996.

6 8

Interfaith meal, 1997.

6 9

Interfaith meal, 1998.

6 10-11

Interfaith meal, 1999.

6 12

Interfaith meal, 2000.

6 13-14

Interfaith meal, 2001.

6 15

Interfaith meal, 2002.

6 16-17

Interfaith Perspectives on Jerusalem, 1996.

6 18

Interfaith Witness for Peace, 1991.

6 19

Interfaith Witness for Peace conference, 1993.

6 20

Interfaith Witness for Peace conference, 1994.

6 21

Interfaith Witness for Peace memorial service, 1994.

6 22

Interfaith Witness for Peace program, 1991.

6 23

Interfaith Witness for Peace vigil, 1991.

6 24

International Conference on the Question of Palestine, 1983.

6 25

International Council of Christians and Jews, 1984.

6 26

International Women's Partnership for Peace panel, 1991.

6 27

Iraq and Kuwait, 1990.

6 28

Iraq curriculum project, 1998-1999.

6 29

Iraq networking, 2000-2001.

6 30

Iraq vigil material, 1999-2001.

6 31

Iraq water projects, 2000-2001.

6 32

Islambouly, Hagar, visit, 1998.

6 33

Jerusalem project, 1995-1996.

6 34

Jewish Film Festival, 1998.

6 35

Jewish panel/Muslim panel, 1991.

6 36

Jewish Peace Fellowship, 1989.

6 37

A Just War (film), 1994.

6 38

Karanasou, Floresca, and Paul Lalon, visit, 1995.

6 39

Kehilia Community Synagogue Peacemakers event, 1998.

6 40

Khouri, Rami, visit, 1985.

6 41

Kidron, Peretz, visit, 1995.

6 42

Kidron, Peretz, visit, 2001.

6 43

Kostiner, Joseph, visit, 1989.

6 44

Lawson, James, Jr., visit, 2000.

6 45

Lebanon: Toward Legal Order and Respect for Human Rights, 1983.

6 46

Letter from Lebanon, 1987, 1989.

6 47

Lift Iraqi sanctions vigil, 1992.

6 48

Lobbying, 1987.

6 49

Lobbying, 1991-1997, undated.

6 50

Lobbying, 2006, undated.

6 51

Los Angeles Jewish heritage, 1987-1994, undated.

6 52

Lurie, Jesse Zel, visit, 1998.

6 53

Mailing, 1997.

6 54

Matlack, James, 1991.

6 55

Middle East and Persian Gulf chronology, 1988.

6 56

Middle East Organizers Consultation, 1987.

6 57

Middle East Peace, published material, 1967-2005, undated.

6 58

Miller, Larry, "In Quiet Ways: The American Friends Service Committee at Work in the Middle East, 1948-1992", 1992.

6 59

Mosaic, Marin, visit, 1993.

6 60

Musallam, Sami, visit, 1996.

6 61

National March for Peace in the Middle East, 1991.

6 62

Nazzal, Laila and Naffaz, visit, 2002.

6 63

Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam speaking tour, 1987.

6 64

New Directions in the Middle East conference, 1987.

6 65

Nixon, Anne, visit, 1985.

6 66

Nunn, Maxine, visit, 1996.

6 67

Odeh, Yacob, and Salim Hassan, visit, 1998.

6 68

Palestinian Refugees: A Discussion Paper, 2000.

6 69

Palestinians and Israelis, 1977-1981, undated.

6 70

Peace Now/American Jewish Congress, Zayyad-Lehrer transcript, undated.

7 1

Peacebuilding and Prevention of Conflict Goal Gathering, 2005.

7 2

Postcards, undated.

7 3

Presbyterian Peacemaking conference, 1985.

7 4

Press releases, 1990-1991, undated.

7 5

Rabbinic delegation to Washington, DC, 1983.

7 6

Reports from the Palestinian National Council, 1983.

7 7

Response to US aid to Israel, 1989-1992, undated.

7 8

Rosenberg, Marshall, visit, 1993.

7 9

Rosenberg, Marshall, visit, 1994.

7 10

Rothman, John, visit, 1996.

7 11

Sabbah, Michel, visit, 1988.

7 12

Sabbah, Michel, visit, 1995.

7 13

Schein, Yakov, visit, 1984.

7 14

Sedky, Cherif, visit, 1987.

7 15

Shamas, Anton, visit, 1988.

7 16

Sharing Jerusalem advertising packet, 1995-1997, undated.

7 17

Sharing Jerusalem program, 2000.

7 18

Sourami, Raji, visit, 1996.

7 19

Strum, Philippa, visit, 1993.

7 20

Summer seminar (E. Kaufman and N. Nazzal), 1987.

7 21

Supplements to A Compassionate Peace, 1990.

7 22

Tamari, Salim, talk, undated.

7 23

Tawil, Raymonda, visit, 1991.

7 24

Teaching workshop, 1994.

7 25

Terrorism and the Middle East Dilemma, 2002.

7 26

Terrorism and Violence in Our World Today, 1996.

7 27

Third World Coalition Report on Palestinian Women's Tour, 1990.

7 28

Three R's for Iraq, 2000.

7 29

Town meeting on Iraq, 1998.

7 30

United Colors of Benetton, Enemies (clothing catalog), 1998.

7 31

United Methodist Church seminar, 1993.

7 32

United States Bush administration policy, 1988-1991, undated.

7 33

United States Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East, 1990.

7 34

Viorst, Milton, visit, 1994.

7 35

Voice Theatre: Pushing Through (play), 1990-1991.

7 36

Voices in the Wilderness (Iraq), 1998-2001, undated.

7 37

Waging Peace: Shaping a Just U.S. Policy in the Middle East, 2002.

7 38

What Can I Do? (Iraq), 1991-1998, undated.

7 39

Willis, Mark, correspondence, 1984.

7 40

A Women's Grassroots Dialogue: Building Community in the Face of Violence, 1995.

7 41

World Affairs Council conference, 1989.

7 42

World Affairs Council: Great Decisions lectures, 1993.

7 43

World Affairs Council membership, 1999.

7 44

World Without War Council, 2001.

7 45

Yermiya, Dov, visit, 1985.

7 46

Yesh Gvul tours, 1984-1989.

7 47

Ziad and Lerer, visit, undated.

7 48

Zoughbi, Zoughbi, visit, 1996.

7 49

B. Anti-Defamation League (ADL) / Coalition Against Surveillance (CAS).

Box Folder

Alliance to Protect and Defend Civil Liberties (Portland, Oregon), 1986-1994, undated.

7 50

American Civil Liberties Association (ACLU), "A Conspiracy of Silence: San Francisco's Failure to Address Police Intelligence Abuses", 1993.

7 51

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) packet on Anti-Defamation League case, 1993.

7 52

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 January 1-15.

7 53

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 January 16-31.

7 54

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 February 1-15.

7 55

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 February 16-28.

7 56

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 March 1-15.

7 57

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 March 16-31.

7 58

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 April 1-15.

7 59

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 April 16-25.

7 60

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 April 26-30.

7 61

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 May 1-15.

7 62

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 May 16-31.

7 63

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 June 1-15.

7 64

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 June 16-30.

7 65

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 July.

7 66

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 August.

7 67

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 September.

8 1

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 October.

8 2

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 November.

8 3

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1993 December.

8 4

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1994 January.

8 5

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1994 February.

8 6

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1994 March.

8 7

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1994 April.

8 8

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1994 May.

8 9

Anti-Defamation League articles, 1994 June.

8 10

Anti-Defamation League articles printed from website, 2006.

8 11

Anti-Defamation League, highlights, 1993, undated.

8 12

Anti-Defamation League on American Friends Service Committee, undated.

8 13

Coalition Against Surveillance, 1993, undated.

8 14

Coalition Against Surveillance, 1993-1994, undated.

8 15-16

Coalition Against Surveillance: Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) position on homosexuality, 1993-1994, undated.

8 17

Coalition Against Surveillance: San Francisco Police Commission, 1993-1994.

8 18

Cockburn, Alexander, "Spy Networks I: The ADL" in The Nation, 1993.

8 19

Correspondence on the Anti-Defamation League, 1993-1994, undated.

8 20

Cothran, George, and Peter Hegarty, "Spies for Zion" in San Francisco Weekly, 1993.

8 21

Donner, Frank, "Courting Disaster" in The Nation, 1984.

8 22

"Fact-Finding: Protection Against Extremism", 1993, undated.

8 23

Friedman, Robert, "The Enemy Within" in The Voice, 1993.

8 24

Gerard Affair, local clippings, 1983-1993, undated.

8 25

"Getting records", 1993, undated.

8 26

Hunter, Janet, " Who Was the ADL Spying For?" in Israeli foreign affairs, 1993.

8 27

Jabara, Abdeen, "The Anti-Defamation League: Civil Rights and Wrongs" in CovertAction, 1993.

8 28

Kalmanofsky, Jeremy, "Defaming the Anti-Defamation League" in Moment, 1993.

8 29

King, Dennis, and Chip Berlet, "ADLgate" in Tikkun, 1993.

8 30

Legal issues, 1992.

8 31

Lester, Elenore, regarding Isaac and Isaac article on environmental and peace groups as threats to Israel, 1984.

8 32

Letters to the editor, 1992.

8 33

Middle East scholar blacklist, 1985.

8 34

New York Times exchange on the Anti-Defamation League, 1993.

8 35

Notes on the Anti-Defamation League, undated.

8 36

Organization lists from the Gerard-Bullock files, 1993, undated.

8 37

Organization lists from the Gerard-Bullock files (Rising Up Supplement), 1993.

8 38

Organizations listed in Gerard and Bullock computers, undated.

8 39

Packet of documents regarding the San Francisco Police Officer Tom Gerard and the ADL "fact finder" Roy Bullock, 1993.

8 40

Religious leadership letter to the Anti-Defamation League, 1993.

8 41

San Francisco District Attorney's Office, 1993.

8 42

San Francisco Police Commission, 1994.

8 43

San Francisco Police Commission Review Committee on Civil Disturbance Section Guidelines, 1993.

8 44

San Francisco Police Department, Declaration of Inspector Ron Roth, 1993.

8 45

San Francisco Police Department, Exhibit A: Search Warrant and Affidavit by Inspector Roth, 1993.

8 46

San Francisco Police Department, Exhibit B: FBI Interview of Roy Bullock, 1993.

8 47

San Francisco Police Department, Exhibit C: SFPD Interview of Roy Bullock, 1993.

8 48

San Francisco Police Department, Exhibits D-H, 1993.

8 49

San Francisco Police Department, "Hate Crimes Victimization: A [sic] Information Resource Guide", undated.

8 50

San Francisco Police Department on Roy Edward Bullock and David M. Gurvitz, 1993.

8 51

San Francisco Supervisors resolution on the Police Commission, 1993.

8 52

The Village Voice graphic: "The Anti-Defamation League is Spying on You", 1993.

8 53

Winokur, Scott, "The Spying Game," in California Lawyer, 1993.

8 54

Wolkoff, Garth, and Lawrence Kanter, "ADL Denies Spying; Watched Groups Want Answers" in Jewish Bulletin, 1993.

8 55

C. Breira.

Box Folder

Attacks on Breira, Committee of Americans for Peace in the Middle East (CAPME), and Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1972-1982, undated.

8 56

Breira, 1974-1982, undated.

9 1

Breira, 1975-1977, undated.

9 2

Breira: First national members conference, 1977.

9 3-4

Breira under attack, 1976-1977, undated.

9 5

Information packet, 1977-1981, undated.

9 6

D. Committee of Americans for Peace in the Middle East (CAPME).

Box Folder

Committee of Americans for Peace in the Middle East (CAPME) advertisement in the New York Times, undated.

9 7

Committee of Americans for Peace in the Middle East (CAPME) advertisement finances, 1980, undated.

9 8

E. Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME).

Box Folder

American Jewish Committee meeting, 1971.

9 9

Anti-Defamation League, 1973, undated.

9 10

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1971.

9 11

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1972-1973, undated.

9 12

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1972-1975, undated.

9 13

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1973-1976, undated.

9 14-15

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1974-1981, undated.

9 16

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME) and American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1974.

9 17

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME) and Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1972-1983, undated.

9 18

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME) and Middle East Peace Project (MEPP): Historical, 1971-1983, undated.

9 19

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME) and Middle East Peace Project (MEPP): Historical, 1973-1980, undated.

9 20

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME) and Middle East Peace Project (MEPP): Historical sketch, 1977-1985.

9 21

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), early materials, 1970-1971.

9 22

Eshet, Gidon (SIACH), tour, undated.

9 23

Hamad, Jamil, tour, undated.

9 24

IDOC publications, 1973-1976.

9 25

Incorporation, 1973-1974.

9 26

Literature, 1970-1971, undated.

9 27

Los Angeles tour, 1973.

9 28

Middle East Joint Consultation, 1975-1976.

9 29

Païl, Meir, tour, 1974.

9 30

Palestinian People seminar, 1975.

9 31

Proposed projects, undated.

9 32

Publications, 1973-1974, undated.

9 33

Rome and Bologna conference, 1973-1974.

10 1

Shahak, Israel, correspondence, 1971.

10 2

Soviet Union trip, 1975-1976.

10 3

Speakers, 1971, undated.

10 4

Sponsors, 1970-1971, undated.

10 5

Steering Committee, 1971-1972, undated.

10 6

Steering Committee, 1972-1974, undated.

10 7

Tawil, Raymonda, tour, 1974.

10 8

Tour principles, 1974, undated.

10 9

Tours in the United States, 1972-1976.

10 10

Transcripts to interviews in New Outlook, 1975.

10 11

F. Middle East Peace Project (MEPP).

Box Folder

A. J. Muste Memorial Institute, 1984.

10 12

B'nai B'rith correspondence, 1971-1972, 1981.

10 13

Budget, 1975-1979.

10 14

Camp David packet, 1978.

10 15

Chacour, Elias, and Joseph Abileah, tour, 1981.

10 16

Contributions, 1983.

10 17

Eliav, Arie, 1973-1981.

10 18

Forging an American Policy for Middle East Peace symposium, undated.

10 19

Foundations and agencies, relationships with others, 1981, undated.

10 20

Halter, Marek, 1969-1973.

10 21

Information packet, 1981 January-March.

10 22

Information packet, 1981 April-May.

10 23

Information packet (originals), 1981 May-June.

10 24

Information packet, 1981 June.

10 25

Information packet, 1981 November.

10 26

Information packet, 1982.

10 27

Information packet, undated.

10 28

International Rabbinic Committee for the Safety of Israel, 1980.

10 29

Jewish Committee for Lebanese-Israeli Relief, 1976-1983, undated.

10 30

"Jewish Attitudes", undated.

10 31

Jewish Peace Fellowship: Peace study materials, 1979.

10 32

Jewish stereotypes of Arabs, proposals, 1979-1980, undated.

10 33

The Jewish Week, 1981-1982, undated.

10 34

Mailings, 1980, undated.

10 35

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1977-1979, undated.

10 36

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1978, undated.

10 37

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1978-1981, undated.

10 38

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1978-1982, undated.

10 39

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1979-1983, undated.

10 40-41

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), early 1980s.

10 42

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1980, undated.

10 43

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1980-1982, undated.

10 44

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1981.

10 45

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1981-1983, undated.

10 46

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP), 1982.

10 47

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP) and Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME), 1976, undated.

10 48

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP) and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 1976-1979, undated.

10 49

Middle East Peace Project (MEPP): Proposal for Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)-Israeli tour of the United States, 1982-1983.

11 1

New Outlook symposium, 1979.

11 2

Notes, undated.

11 3

"Old ads", 1980-1981, undated.

11 4

Rabbinic visit to Washington, DC, 1983.

11 5

Rouleau, Eric, tour, 1982.

11 6

Shalom Network, 1979-1983, undated.

11 7

Shalom Network, 1980-1982, undated.

11 8

Shilbayih, Mohammed Abu, tour, undated.

11 9

G. Middle East tours.

Box Folder

Middle East tour, early 1970s.

11 10

Middle East tour (Volkmar and Peretz), 1971.

11 11

Middle East tour, 1972.

11 12

Middle East tour (transcript), 1975.

11 13

Middle East tour, 1975.

11 14-19

Middle East tour (brochure), 1975.

11 20

Middle East tour (four person), 1979.

11 21

Middle East tour, 1979.

11 22-23

Middle East tour (raw notes), 1979.

11 24

Middle East tour, 1979.

11 25

Middle East tour (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom), 1979.

11 26

Middle East tour (Everett Mendelsohn notes), 1980.

11 27

Middle East tour, 1981.

11 28-29

Middle East tour (schedule), 1981.

11 30

Middle East tour (administration, biography), 1981.

11 31

Middle East tour (Resource Center for Non-Violence), 1982.

11 32

Middle East tours, 1983-1993, undated.

11 33

Middle East tour, 1983.

11 34

Middle East tour, 1984, 1985.

11 35

Middle East tours (notebook), 1985, 1989, undated.

11 36

Middle East tour, 1985.

11 37

Middle East tour (background and reading), 1985.

11 38

Middle East tour (reports and questions), 1985.

11 39

Middle East tour (people to visit), 1985.

11 40

Middle East tour (preparation: details and mechanics), 1985.

11 41

Middle East tour (pledgers), 1987.

11 42

Middle East tours, 1987, 1988.

11 43

Middle East tours (delegations), 1988-1992.

11 44

Middle East tour, 1989.

12 1-2

Middle East tour (notebook), 1989-1990.

12 3

Middle East tours, 1990-1992.

12 4

Middle East tour (James Matlack notes), 1991.

12 5

Middle East tour, 1991.

12 6

Middle East tour, 1992.

12 7-9

Middle East tours (lists), 1992, 1993.

12 10

Middle East tour, 1993.

12 11

Middle East tour, 1995.

12 12

Middle East tours (contacts, notebook), 1986-2004.

12 13

Middle East tour, 1996.

12 14-19

Middle East tour, 1998-1999.

12 20

Middle East tour, 2000.

12 21

Middle East tour, 2001.

12 22-23

Middle East tour, 2003.

12 24-25

Middle East tour, 2004.

12 26-28

Middle East tour, 2005.

12 29

Middle East tour (Interfaith Peace-Builder, Fellowship for Reconciliation, American Friends Service Committee), 2005.

12 30

Middle East tour (family trip), 2008.

12 31

Others' Middle East tours, 1974-1990.

12 32

H. New Jewish Agenda (NJA).

Box Folder

Conference discussion bulletins, 1980, 1982.

12 33

Conference rules, 1982.

12 34

Dissent in the American Jewish Community, 1980.

12 35

Historical, founding conference, 1980-1982.

12 36

Important (internal, external, process, strategy, attacks), 1979-1989, undated.

13 1

Isaac, Rael Jean, "Anti-NJA" essay, 1987-1990, undated.

13 2

National conference, 1985.

13 3

New Jewish Agenda (NJA), 1982-1985, undated.

13 4

New Jewish Agenda (NJA), 1982-1990, undated.

13 5

New Jewish Agenda (NJA), 1984-1985, undated.

13 6

Shabbat songs, 1985.

13 7

Steering committee, 1985.

13 8

I. Proposition "W" campaign.

Box Folder

"Israel and Palestina" booklet, 1991, undated.

13 9

Israel, statements, 1983-1988, undated.

13 10

Jabaliya, Measure J, 1988.

13 11

Jewish American statements, 1981-1988, undated.

13 12

Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), 1988.

13 13

Newton, Massachusetts, initiative, 1988.

13 14

"No on Proposition W", 1988.

13 15

"No on Proposition W" (argument and statement), 1988.

13 16

Northern California Jewish Bulletin, 1988.

13 17

Peace groups/coalition statements, 1967, 1977-1988.

13 18

"The Progress", and other publications, 1988.

13 19

Proposition W campaign, 1988, undated.

13 20-22

Proposition W campaign (administrative), 1988-1989.

13 23

Proposition W campaign and American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1988.

13 24-25

Proposition W campaign, packet, 1988.

13 26

Religious statements, 1980-1988, undated.

13 27

San Franciscans for Peace/"No on W" (financials), 1988, undated.

13 28

San Francisco Examiner, 1988.

13 29

"Yes on Proposition W" (arguments, statements, endorsers), 1988.

13 30

"Yes on Proposition W" brochure, 1988.

13 31

J. Sharing Jerusalem advertisement.

Box Folder

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement, 1996-2000, undated.

13 32

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement, 1997-1998, undated.

13 33-34

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement (copy), 1997-1998, undated.

13 35

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement (funding), 1996-1998, undated.

13 36

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement (responses), 1997-1998, undated.

13 37

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement (signers), 1998, undated.

14 1

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement (strategies), 1995-1998, undated.

14 2

Sharing Jerusalem advertisement (Ted's data), 1998, undated.

14 3

Series III. Topical materials.

A. Churches on Middle East peace.

Box Folder

Angell, Charles, 1976-1980, undated.

14 4

Ball, George, 1977, undated.

14 5

Berringer, Daniel, 1973-1974, undated.

14 6

Catholic responses, 1991.

14 7

Catholic workers, 1974-1982, undated.

14 8

Christian critiques, 1973-1976, undated.

14 9

Conference of European Churches, 1979.

14 10

Cross-cultural representations in religious text books, 1960-1972, undated.

14 11

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), 1974-1987, undated.

14 12

Forest, Jim, 1974-1980, undated.

14 13

Foundation for Arab Israeli Reconciliation (FAIR), 1971-1975, undated.

14 14

Israel Palestine Mission Network (Presbyterian Church), 1974-1989, undated.

14 15

Jewish-Christian dialogue, 1976-1983, undated.

14 16

Jewish-Christian relations, 1968-1997, undated.

14 17

Kerr, Malcolm, undated.

14 18

Kimball, Charles, undated.

14 19

Lutherans, 1975-1982, undated.

14 20

National Council of Churches, 1973-1986, undated.

14 21

Rouleau, Eric, 1973-1982, undated.

14 22

Ruether, Rosemary, 1973.

14 23

Safieh, Afif, interview with Gene Sharpe, circa 1987.

14 24

Statements on peace in the Middle East, 1970-1980, undated.

14 25

Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1972-1973, undated.

14 26

United Church of Christ, 1980-1982, undated.

14 27

Witness for Peace, 1983-1984, undated.

14 28

Young, Andrew, 1977-1979, undated.

14 29

B. "Negative" responses.

Box Folder

American Education League for a Secure Israel, 1972.

14 30

American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 1982.

14 31

The American Jewish Committee, 1971-1976, undated.

14 32

The American Jewish Committee, 1979.

14 33

American Jewish leaders, 1971-2010.

14 34

Americans for a Safe Israel, 1971-1982.

14 35

Anti-Defamation League (ADL) letter, "We Accuse...", 1976.

14 36

Arab stereotypes by Israelis ("pro-Israeli propaganda"), undated.

14 37

Attacks on New Jewish Agenda, 1977-1987, undated.

14 38

"Behind the Arab Mind," and responses ("Israeli racism as taught"), 1970-1971, undated.

14 39

A Conference for Understanding and Peace: "Judaism or Zionism: What Difference for the Middle East?", 1983.

14 40

Gellman, Barton, 1996.

14 41

Greengard, Robert, 1961-1975, undated.

15 1

Isaac, Rael Jean, 1980-1987, undated.

15 2

Isaac, Rael Jean, 1979-1986, undated.

15 3

Israel Information Center, 1973-1981, undated.

15 4

Israeli racism as taught, 1988-2009, undatedd.

15 5

Jewish community stereotypes of Arabs ("Israeli racism as taught"), 1972-1979, undated.

15 6

"Jordan Is Palestine" ("pro-Israeli propaganda"), 1972-1983, undated.

15 7

Krasner, Barbara, 1974-1975, undated.

15 8

Middle East in secondary education: Kansas, 1972, undated.

15 9

Mizrahim and Jews of the Middle East, 1972-1997, undated.

15 10

New Israel Fund critiques ("pro-Israeli propaganda"), 1972-1990, undated.

15 11

Propaganda/articles ("pro-Israeli propaganda"), 1975-1987, undated.

15 12

Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

15 13

"Psychological and cultural factors in the Arab-Israeli conflict", 1972.

15 14

Right wing attacks on progressive Jews, 1976-2005, undated.

15 15

Sanua, Victor D., 1970.

15 16

Sociodrama and stereotypes ("pro-Israeli propaganda"), 1980, undated.

15 17

Stereotypes and criteria for judging them, 1974-1989, undated.

15 18

Stereotypes of Jews and Arabs, 1974-1981, undated.

15 19

Syrkin, Marie, 1973-1982.

15 20

Terrorism ("pro-Israeli propaganda"), 1969-1985, undated.

15 21

Youth Committee for Peace and Democracy in the Middle East ("Israeli racism as taught"), 1969-1974, undated.

15 22

Zionism, 1970-1973, undated.

15 23

Zionism as racism, 1975-1976, undated.

15 24

Zionism, history, 1971-1982, undated.

15 25

Zionism, history, 1968-1982, undated.

15 26

C. Nonviolence and "doves".

Box Folder

American Jewish doves, 1970-2016, undated.

15 27

Appleman, Mary, and American-Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (AICIPP), 1981-1982, undated.

15 28

Avnery, Uri, 1970-1984, undated.

15 29

Bibliographies on Middle East peace, 1971, undated.

15 30

Caplan, Neil, 1976-1987, undated.

15 31

Caplan, Neil, 1999, undated.

15 32

Chomsky, Noam, 1969-1977, undated.

16 1

Chomsky, Noam, 1969-1978, undated.

16 2

Chomsky, Noam, 1974-1996, undated.

16 3

Chomsky, Noam, "Allan [sic] Dershowitz's Prep. Material for debate with Chomsky, leaked to Chomsky, compiled for him by the ADL", 1985.

16 4

Conflict resolution, peacemaking (workshops and study centers), 1986-1999, undated.

16 5

Eliav, Arie Lova, 1973-1979.

16 6

"For Jim Haber", 1969-2004, undated.

16 7

Goldman, Nahum, 1970-1979.

16 8

Gruen, George, 1974-1988, undated.

16 9

Halter, Marek, 1971-1972.

16 10

Hertzberg, Arthur, 1980-2003, undated.

16 11

Intervention (United Nations peacekeeping, peacemaking, and embargoes), 1993-1996.

16 12

Israeleft, 1974-1984.

16 13

Israeli Conscientious Objectors (COs), 1981, undated.

16 14

Israeli doves, 1975-2009.

16 15

Jakobovits, Immanuel, 1980-1982.

16 16

Jewish Peace Alliance, undated.

16 17

Kehilla Community Synagogue (Berkeley/Piedmont), 1997-2005.

16 18

Kelman, Herbert, 2007, undated.

16 19

Kidron, Peretz, 1972-1973, undated.

16 20

Klutznick, Philip, 1982.

16 21

Lurie, Jesse Zel, 1983-2001.

16 22

Manousos, Anthony, "Interfaith Peacemaking from a Quaker Perspective", undated.

16 23

Milstein, Uri, 2012.

16 24

Non-violence, 1958-2006, undated.

16 25

Non-violence, 1965-2001, undated.

16 26

Non-violence and gender, 1994-1995.

16 27

Non-violence in the Middle East, 1995-1999.

16 28

Non-violence perspectives and general information, 1981-2010, undated.

16 29

Non-violence resources, 1996-1999, undated.

16 30

Non-violence seminar, 1962-1965, undated.

16 31

Non-violent activism, 1993-2007, undated.

16 32

Peaceworkers/peacemaking teams, 1979-1995, undated.

16 33

Peretz, Don, 1970-1977, undated.

16 34

Rejwan, Nissim, 1982-1995, undated.

16 35

Shahak, Israel, 1974.

16 36

Shamir. Shimon, 1971, undated.

16 37

SIACH, undated.

16 38

Stone, I.F., 1967-1978, undated.

16 39

Talman, Jacob, 1973-1974, undated.

16 40

Terrorism research, Middle East peace, 1966-1982, undated.

16 41

Toll, Carolyn, 1979, undated.

17 1

Violence and culture, 1993-1999, undated.

17 2

Wolf, Arnold Jacob, 1979.

17 3

D. Palestine, Palestinians and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

Box Folder

Abu Jihad's murder, 1988.

17 4

Al-Fajr, 1981-1991, undated.

17 5

"Arafat Is Ready", 1985.

17 6

Arafat, Yasser, 1978-1994, undated.

17 7

Arafat, Yasser, 1984 May.

17 8

Arafat, Yasser, at the United Nations, 1988.

17 9

Arafat, Yasser, at the United Nations, 1988-1989.

17 10

Awad, Mubarak, 1983-1988.

17 11

Awad, Mubarak, 1983-1990, undated.

17 12

Awad, Mubarak, and non-violence, 1987-1991, undated.

17 13

Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace, "Israel and Palestine: Two States for Two People, If Not Now, When?", 2010.

17 14

Darwish, Mahmoud, affair, 2000.

17 15

Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1977-1983, undated.

17 16

Israel and Palestine, articles, 1958-2008, undated.

17 17

Israel and Palestine, history, 1971-2007, undated.

17 18

Israel and Palestinians, 1990-1991, undated.

17 19

Israeli and Palestinian relations, 1971-1980, undated.

17 20

Israeli and Palestinian relations, 1972-1994, undated.

17 21

Jiryis, Sabri, 1969-1977, undated.

17 22

Jordan and Palestinians, 1978.

17 23

Kamal, Said, undated.

17 24

Meetings with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1984-1989, undated.

17 25

Palestine, Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Arafat, 1984-1988, undated.

17 26

Palestine, Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Arafat, 1988-1989, undated.

17 27

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1970-1973.

17 28

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1974-1976.

17 29

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1974-1978.

17 30

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1976-1980, undated.

17 31

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1977.

18 1

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1978-1979.

18 2

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1979-1982.

18 3

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1980-1981.

18 4

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1982.

18 5

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1984.

18 6

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Arafat, clippings, 1980-1983.

18 7

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) -- Israel recognition meetings, 1982.

18 8

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) -- Jewish leadership meeting in New York City, 1983.

18 9

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinian National Council (PNC), 1984-1990, undated.

18 10

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinian National Council (PNC), Algiers, clippings, 1988-1990, undated.

18 11

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinian National Council (PNC), Arafat, 1988-1990, undated.

18 12

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinian National Council (PNC), Hussein, 1983.

18 13

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinians, 1970-1975, undated.

18 14

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinians, 1974-1980, undated.

18 15

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Palestinians, pamphlets, 1970-1980.

18 16

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) recognizing Israel, 1978-1983, undated.

18 17

Palestine Research Center, Beirut, 1974, 1983.

18 18

Palestinian declaration of independence, 1988.

18 19

Palestinian dialogue, 1979-1982, undated.

18 20

Palestinian non-violence, 1983-1988.

18 21

Palestinian refugees, 1970, undated.

18 22

Palestinians, memories, 1998, undated.

18 23

Peace process, packet, 1985.

18 24

Peace process, plans and efforts, 1969-1992, undated.

18 25

Pro-Palestine propaganda, articles, 1974-1990.

18 26

"PLO Is Ready", 1981-1988.

18 27

Said, Edward, 1973-2000, undated.

18 28

Sartawi, Issam, 1982.

18 29

Sartawi, Issam, 1982-1983.

18 30

Sartawi report, 1982.

18 31

Sha'ath, Nabil, interview, 1975.

18 32

Sourani, Raji, 1991.

18 33

Turk, Fawaz, 1973, undated.

18 34

The Unites States and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1977-1984, undated.

18 35

"Who Are the Palestinians," packet, 1970.

18 36

E. Perspectives on Middle East peace.

Box Folder

Arab perspectives, 1970-1980, undated.

19 1

Arab propaganda, 1969-1974, undated.

19 2

Israeli perspectives, 1967-1980, undated.

19 3

Israeli perspectives, 1969-1983, undated.

19 4

Israeli propaganda, 1967-1974, undated.

19 5

Israeli views of Middle East history, 1969, undated.

19 6

Jewish perspectives, 1974-1980, undated.

19 7

Jewish-Israeli perspectives, 1969-1980, undated.

19 8

Peace perspectives, 1968-1983, undated.

19 9

Peace perspectives, 1970-1981, undated.

19 10

Scholarly perspectives, 1968-2006, undated.

19 11

Scholarly perspectives, 1970-1974, undated.

19 12

Scholarly perspectives, 1997-2004, undated.

19 13

Various Jewish perspective, 1965-1978, undated.

19 14

Various perspectives on Palestinians, 1969-1978, undated.

19 15

F. Reference files, A-Z.

Box Folder

Aix Group, 2004.

19 16

Al-Haq, 1986-1992, undated.

19 17

Alexander, Sara, 1983-1987, undated.

19 18

Alter, Robert, 1973, undated.

19 19

American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 2008, undated.

19 20

American Jewish Congress, 1985-2000, undated.

20 1

American Jewish Peace Archive, 2016.

20 2

American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA), 2006, undated.

20 3

American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP), 2007.

20 4

Americans for a Palestinian State, 2004.

20 5

Americans for a Safe Israel, 1985-2000, undated.

20 6

Americans for Peace Now, 1997, 2006.

20 7

"Anne Frank in the World," exhibit, 1994-1995, undated.

20 8

Anti-Defamation League (ADL), 2007.

20 9

Arab American Institute (AAI), 1988-1998, undated.

20 10

Arab-Israeli Study Kit, 1969-1973, undated.

20 11

Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1990-1997, undated.

20 12

Baskin, Gershon, 2008.

20 13

Bat Shalom of the Jerusalem Link, 1999-2003.

20 14

BBC World Service, "Islam: Faith and Power, Programme Seven: In the Shadow of the West", 1995.

20 15

Biale, David, 1988-1991, undated.

20 16

Biographies, 2000.

20 17

Birthright, 2006.

20 18

Birzeit University, 1984-1997, undated.

20 19

Bitter Lemons, 2006.

20 20

Books (clippings), 1973-1978.

20 21

Brit Shalom, 2003.

20 22

B'Tselem, 1995-2007, undated.

20 23

Buber, Martin, undated.

20 24

Buddhist Peace Fellowship, undated.

20 25

Bumper stickers, undated.

20 26

Buttons and pins, undated.

20 27

California Democratic Party, 1987-1993, undated.

20 28

Carter, Jimmy, 2006-2007.

20 29

Cartoons, 1973-1982, undated.

20 30

Center for Bilingual Education in Israel, 1997, undated.

20 31

Center for Middle East Studies (University of California, Berkeley), 1994-2003, undated.

20 32

Center for Nonviolent Communication, 1995-2000, undated.

20 33

Center for Special Studies, 2005.

20 34

Chakour, Elias, 1984-2008, undated.

20 35

Christian peacemaker teams, 1997-2000.

20 36

Church statements, 1990-1991, undated.

20 37

Churches for Middle East Peace, 1998-2004, undated.

20 38

Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, 1984, undated.

20 39

Coalition for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, 1980.

20 40

Coalition of Jews for Justice, 2000-2001.

20 41

Cobban, Helena, 2004-2006.

20 42

Combatants for Peace, undated.

20 43

Committee for Conflict Transformation Support (CCTS), 2008.

20 44

Common Ground, 2006.

20 45

Compassionate Listening Project, 2004-2007.

20 46

Council for the National Interest (CNI), 1989-2008, undated.

20 47

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), undated.

20 48

Darousha, 1985-1986, undated.

20 49

DataCenter, 1993-1998, undated.

20 50

Dir Ibzi'a, 2003, undated.

20 51

Dialogue groups, 1987-2001, undated.

20 52

Dialogue groups, 1995-2001, undated.

20 53

Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC, 2008.

20 54

Egyptian Consulate, 1984-2000, undated.

20 55

Eliav, Lova, 2002.

20 56

Ellis, Mark, 1989-2001, undated.

20 57

Episcopal Church, 1988-2000, undated.

20 58

Evangelicals for Middle East Understanding (EMEU), 1999-2008, undated.

20 59

Facing History and Ourselves, 2008, undated.

20 60

Facts and Logic About The Middle East (FLAME) and Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA), 1986-2003, undated.

20 61

Family Reunification Project, 1994-1998, undated.

20 62

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), 1974-2003, undated.

21 1

Finkelstein, Norman, 2007.

21 2

First-run Middle East films catalog, 2007.

21 3

Flad, Ethan, 2000.

21 4

Foreign Policy in Focus, 2006-2007.

21 5

Foundation for a Global Community, 1991-2005, undated.

21 6

Foundation for Middle East Peace, 1997-2006.

21 7

Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), 2006-2008, undated.

21 8

Friends material, 2007.

21 9

Friends Schools, West Bank, 1998-2001.

21 10

Gay and lesbian issues regarding the Middle East, 2000-2001.

21 11

Gay synagogues in San Francisco, 1986, undated.

21 12

Gerson, Joseph, 2007, undated.

21 13

Givrat Haviva, 1985-2001, undated.

21 14

Global Exchange, 1996-2005, undated.

21 15

Glossary for Middle East organizing, undated.

21 16

Graphics, 1984-2003, undated.

21 17

Gush Shalom, 2001-2007.

21 18

Hai, Iftekhar, 1999, undated.

21 19

Harris, Tim, and Kate Lock, 1991.

21 20

Hass, Amira, 2000, undated.

21 21

Hentoff, Nat, 1987.

21 22

Holy Land Trust, 2005-2008, undated.

21 23

Hope Flowers School, 1996-2002, undated.

21 24

Human rights, 2005-2006, undated.

21 25

Human Rights Watch, 2002.

21 26

Hurwitz, Deena, 1990-1994, undated.

21 27

Ibn Khaldun Center for Development, 1998, undated.

21 28

Index on Censorship, 1982-1990, undated.

21 29

IndyMedia Baghdad, 2003.

21 30

Institute for East-West Security Studies, circa 1985.

21 31

Institute for a New Middle East Policy, 1992, undated.

21 32

Institute for the Practice of Nonviolence, undated.

21 33

Interfaith Alliance Foundation, 2000.

21 34

Interfaith Center of the Presidio, 1996-2003, undated.

21 35

Interfaith Institute, 1996, undated.

21 36

Interfaith Peace-Builders, 2007.

21 37

International Jewish Peace Union (IJPU), 1989-2001, undated.

21 38

International Peace Force, 1999-2001.

21 39

International Red Cross, 1985-1990, undated.

21 40

International Solidarity Movement (ISM), 2005.

21 41

Isaac, Rael Jean, 1981-1993.

21 42

Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California, 2002-2003, undated.

21 43

Islamic Society of America, 1997, undated.

21 44

Israel and Palestine Political Report, 1995.

21 45

Israel Interfaith Association, 2000.

21 46

Israel Palestine Center for Research and Information (IPCRI), 1997-2007.

21 47

Israel-Palestine flag mockup, undated.

35 1

Israel Peace Group list, 1984, undated.

21 48

Israel Policy Forum, 1988-2007, undated.

21 49

Israeli Embassy (Consulate in San Francisco), 1988-2001, undated.

21 50

Ittijah, undated.

21 51

Jacob M. (poetry, writings), 1998-1999.

21 52

Jerusalem-Amman Walk for Peace and Justice in the Middle East, 1991.

21 53

Jerusalem Fund, 1993-2000, undated.

21 54

Jewish American groups, 1977-2001, undated.

21 55

Jewish Bulletin, 1984-1998, undated.

21 56

Jewish Committee for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (JCIPP), 1990-1992.

21 57

Jewish Community Relations Council, 2002, undated.

21 58

Jewish Defense League, 1985-1994.

21 59

Jewish Film Festival (San Francisco), 2001-2005, undated.

21 60

Jewish Fund for Justice, 1986, 1992.

21 61

Jewish Peace Fellowship archives, 2008.

21 62

Jewish War Veterans of the USA, undated.

21 63

Jews Against the Israeli Massacre in Lebanon (JAIMIL), 1983.

21 64

Kennedy, Scott, 1974, 1976.

21 65

Majdalany, Gibran, undated.

22 1

Maps, 1994-2007, undated.

22 2

Meretz, 2005-2007, undated.

22 3

Middle East articles, 1985-1991, undated.

22 4-5

Middle East resources, 1991, undated.

22 6

Middle East Peace Now!, 1976.

22 7

Middle East Study Guide, undated.

22 8

Milhem, Mohammed, and Mordechai Bar-On, 1984.

22 9

Moskowitz, Irving, 1996-2001, undated.

22 10

National Council of Churches for Christ, 1980.

22 11

Neiman, David, 1985.

22 12

Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam, 1986-2008, undated.

22 13

New Israel Fund, 2007.

22 14

Nonviolence International, 1984-1997, undated.

22 15

Nuclear reality, 1970-1982, undated.

22 16

Palestine Aid Society, undated.

22 17

Palestinian-Israeli conflict, 1971-1983, undated.

22 18-19

Palestinian-Israeli conflict, context, 1974-1989, undated.

22 20

Palestinian-Israeli conflict, history, 1985-1990, undated.

22 21

Pax Christi Council, 1984.

22 22

Peace Now, 1986, 2007.

22 23

Peled, Micha, 1985-1995, undated.

22 24

Peres Institute for Peace, 1997-2001, undated.

22 25

Peretz, Don, undated.

22 26

Philadelphia Middle East Group, 1974, undated.

22 27

Photographs and graphics, 1984, undated.

22 28

Poetry and verse, 1983-1999, undated.

22 29

Polster, Laurie, 1994-1999, undated.

22 30

Presbyterian Church (includes CD-ROM) [RESTRICTED], 2005-2009.

22 31

Presbyterian General Assembly (San Jose), 2008.

22 32

Progressive Jewish Alliance, 2007.

22 33

Rabbis for Human Rights, 2002-2008, undated.

22 34

Raphael, Kate, undated.

22 35

Reagan Plan, 1982, undated.

22 36

Reformed Church in America, 1992.

22 37

Refuser Solidarity Network, undated.

22 38

Relief and Rehabilitation Network, 1999.

22 39

Resolutions, 1991, undated.

22 40

Resource Center for Nonviolence, 1999.

22 41

Rivlin, Lilly, undated.

22 42

Rosenkier, Avraham, undated.

22 43

Rothman, John, 1983-1985, undated.

22 44

Sabeel/Al-Nakbar calendar, 1988.

22 45

Sabeel Liberation Theology Center, 2002-2008.

22 46

Sadaka-Reut/Arab-Jewish Youth Partnership, 2007.

22 47

Said, Edward, 1991-2001, undated.

23 1

San Franciscans for Peace in the Middle East, 1988, undated.

23 2

Schwartz, Joanna, 1991, undated.

23 3

Schwartz, Richard H., 1985-1988.

23 4

Segal, Jerome, 1987-1997, undated.

23 5

Setchko, Edward, undated.

23 6

SHELI - Peace Camp for Israel, 1979.

23 7

Shihadeh, Emily, 1996-1997, undated.

23 8

Shihadeh, Raja, 1971-1998.

23 9

Shomer Shalom, 2008.

23 10

Siegman, Henry, 1975-2010.

23 11

Sikkuy, 1999-2000.

23 12

Society of Friends (Quakers), 1993, undated.

23 13

Tikkun (Michael Lerner), 1989-2007, undated.

23 14

Tutu, Desmond, 2007.

23 15

United States Department of State, 1970-1992, undated.

23 16

Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 2004.

23 17

Voices for Creative Nonviolence, 2009.

23 18

War Resisters International, 1969-1975, undated.

23 19

Weir, Alison, 2002-2003.

23 20

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 1982-1984, undated.

23 21

World Affairs Council, 2002, undated.

23 22

World Alliance for Humanity (WAH), undated.

23 23

Yitzhaki, Rina, 1993-1994, undated.

23 24

Zaytuna Institute, 2007.

23 25

Zimmerman, Laurie, 2004.

23 26

G. Topical files.

1. Arab.

Box Folder

Anti-Arab, Anti-Muslim stereotypes, 1974-2001, undated.

23 27

Arab-American/Islam and the United States, 1986-1997, undated.

23 28

Arab criticism on politics, 1994.

23 29

Egypt, 1987-2003, undated.

23 30

Egypt and Israel relations, 1978-2001, undated.

23 31

Egypt and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), 1983-1991, undated.

23 32

Europe, 2000-2002.

23 33

Gulf States (except Saudi Arabia), 1988-2000, undated.

23 34

Human rights/population control issues, 1993-1996, undated.

23 35

Inter-religious study/articles, 1987-1998, undated.

23 36

Iran, 1994-2000, undated.

23 37

Iraq, 1990-2004, undated.

23 38

Islam and women, 1993, 1996.

23 39

Islam/Muslim, 1973-2001, undated.

23 40

Islamic fundamentalism.

23 41

Jordan and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)/Palestinian Authority (PA), 1986-1999, undated.

23 42

Lebanon, 1985-2007, undated.

23 43

Libya, 1983-2001, undated.

23 44

Minorities: Kurds, Assyrians, Turkomen, etc., 1999-2005.

23 45

Muslim fundamentalism, 1980-2000, undated.

24 1

Muslim world, 1998-2001.

24 2

Nuclear weapons and policy, 1984-2000, undated.

24 3

Politics and Islam, 1993-1997.

24 4

Religions, 1985-1998, undated.

24 5

Saudi Arabia, 1984-1996, undated.

24 6

Syria, 1983-1990, undated.

24 42924

Syria, 2000-2003.

24 9

Terrorism, 1998-2002.

24 10

Turkey, 1990-2001, undated.

24 11

Women and Islam, 1983-2000, undated.

24 12

2. Education.

Box Folder

Antisemitism, 1998-2006, undated.

24 13

Anti-Zionism (Jewish narrative), 1984-2001, undated.

24 14

Dialogue, 1980-2006, undated.

24 15

History, 1983-2001, undated.

24 16

Zionism, 1976-2006, undated.

24 17

3. International.

Box Folder

Britain and the peace process, 1978-2000, undated.

24 18

European Union and the peace process, 1983-2001, undated.

24 19

Religious community, 1984-1996, undated.

24 20

Russia and Eastern Bloc, 1984-1999, undated.

24 21

South Africa, 1985-2001, undated.

24 22

Third World and other non-European countries, 1985-1992, undated.

24 23

United Nations, 1980-2001, undated.

24 24

United Nations, 1983-1987, undated.

25 1

4. Israel.

Box Folder

Apartheid, 1988-2001, undated.

25 2

Arab states, 1988-2001, undated.

25 3

Arabs in Israel, 2000-2008, undated.

25 4

Arms policy and sales, 1999-2001.

25 5

Assassinations, 2005.

25 6

Bedouins/Jahalin, 1993-2005, undated.

25 7

Central/Latin America, 1979-2000, undated.

25 8

Christians, 1986-2001, undated.

25 9

Conscientious objectors (COs), 1999-2008, undated.

25 10

Economy, 1999-2004, undated.

25 11

Editorial and analysis, 2000-2001.

25 12

Environment and Route 6/Trans-Israel Highway, 1999-2005.

25 13

Gaza, 1987-2001, undated.

25 14

Golan/Druze, 1987-2001, undated.

25 15

Government and electoral reform, 1990-2007, undated.

25 16

Government and leadership, 1993-2004, undated.

25 17

History, 1991-2007, undated.

25 18

Human rights/repression, 1986-2005, undated.

25 19

Human rights/torture, 1988-2001, undated.

25 20

Islamic movement, 1998-1999.

25 21

Jerusalem (bibliography), 2006-2007.

25 22

Lebanon, 2000-2001, undated.

25 23

Media and censorship, 1999-2005.

25 24

Nuclear policy, 1998-2001.

25 25

Palestinians, 2001-2005.

25 26

Peace voices, 1984-2005, undated.

25 27

Public opinion polls, 1998-2001.

26 1

Religion and state/religion and secular conflicts, 1995-2000, undated.

26 2

Religious army exemptions for Orthodox and Yeshiva students, 1990-2001, undated.

26 3

Right-wing extremism and terrorism, 1984-2000, undated.

26 4

Russian Jews, 1987-2000, undated.

26 5

Settlements, 2004-2005, undated.

26 6

Sephardim, 1967-1972, undated.

26 7

Sephardim, 1984-2001, undated.

26 8

Sharon administration, 1992-2004, undated.

26 9

South Africa, 1983-1988.

26 10

Supreme Court, 2007.

26 11

Tel Aviv University, 2006.

26 12

Tensions and changes, 1983-2004, undated.

26 13

Terror and violence, 1998-2004, undated.

26 14

Third World relations, 1978-2000, undated.

26 15

Transfer plans, 1987-2001, undated.

26 16

Turkey, 1996-2001, undated.

26 17

Unilateral separation, 1999-2002.

26 18

United States, 1986-2004, undated.

26 19

Wall, 2003, 2005.

26 20

West Bank rights, 1988-1991, undated.

26 21

West Bank terrorism, 1989-2005, undated.

26 22

5. Jewish.

Box Folder

Bay-area Jewish community, 1986-2000, undated.

26 23

Christian/Catholic Bishop's statement on Palestine, 1989-2002, undated.

26 24

Community and Israel/Criticisms of Israel, 1982-2005, undated.

26 25

Conscientious objectors (COs), 1971-1980.

26 26

Diaspora, 1986-2001, undated.

26 27

History, 1984-2001, undated.

26 28

Jewish Agency and related organizations, 1987-2001, undated.

26 29

United States Jewish community and dissenting views, 1983-1992, undated.

26 30

United States Jewish community and Israel, 1987-2001, undated.

26 31

United States Jewish community (editorial and analysis), 1997-2001, undated.

26 32

United States Jewish community establishment views, 1983-2005, undated.

26 33

United States Jewish community/Gay/Lesbian/Muslim, 1996-2000, undated.

26 34

6. "Negative".

Box Folder

Beilen-Abed Rabbo plan (Geneva Accord), 2003.

27 1

Mitchell Commission, 2001.

27 2

Scenarios, 1993-1999, undated.

27 3

7. Palestinians.

Box Folder

Abbas government, 2005.

27 4

Arafat, 1998-2001, undated.

27 5

Christian persecution in Palestine/Christian Palestinians, 1994-2001, undated.

27 6

Deir Yassin and other massacres, 1992-2001, undated.

27 7

Editorial and analysis, 2004.

27 8

Education, 2006, 2008.

27 9

Extremists, 1995-2001, undated.

27 10

Fiftieth anniversary of "Al-Nakba", 1998-2001, undated.

27 11

Nonviolence, 1986-2007, undated.

27 12

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) leadership, 1987-2001, undated.

27 13

Palestinian National Authority (PNA)/Democracy/Human rights, 1998-2000, undated.

27 14

Statehood and bi-nationalism, 1989-2001, undated.

27 15

Series IV. Publications by others.

A. Monographs.

Box Folder

Abrams, Irwin, "The Quaker Peace Testimony and the Nobel Prize", 1991.

27 16

Abu Shalbaya, Muhammad, La salam bi-ghayr dawlah filastiniyah hurrah (No Peace Without a Free Palestinian State) (in Arabic), undated.

29 9

Ad Hoc Committee of American Christians, "A Statement to the American Christian Community on the Arab-Israeli Conflict", 1969.

29 10

Advisory Committee on Human Rights in Lebanon, American Friends Service Committee, Lebanon: Toward Legal Order and Respect for Human Rights, 1983.

28 23

Akram, Susan, et al. (The Palestine Center), The International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion on the Legality of Israel's Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Legal Analysis and Potential Consequences, 2004.

28 23

Alpern, Mel, and Cyla London (Embassy of Israel), Lyn 'n Len's Album: Watching Israel Grow, undated.

29 15

Alyami, Ali (American Friends Service Committee), The Palestinians and the New Realities in the Middle East, undated.

29 10

Alyami, Ali, The United States and Saudi Arabia, undated.

29 10

American Congress on the Middle East, Political Repression in Israel: Ram Livneh's Trial Statement, 1973.

29 5

American Enterprise Institute, Prospects for Peace in the Middle East, 1977.

29 10

American Friends Service Committee, Questions and Answers on Lebanon, 1983.

29 10

American-Arab Affairs Council, Selected Documentation Pertaining to U.S.-Arab Relations, undated.

29 5

Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, A Pocket Guide: Perspective on the Middle East Peace Process, undated.

29 15

Arab Information Center, Who Says What to Whom, undated.

29 5

Arieli, Shaul, and Doubi Schwartz (Florscheim Institute for Policy Studies), "Injustice and Folly: On the Proposals to Cede Arab Localities from Israel to Palestine", 2006.

27 17

Association for Peace, Palestinians and Israelis: That Which Unites Us, undated.

29 15

Avneri, Uri, et al. (Breira), Israel and the Palestinians: A Different Israeli View, 1975.

29 10

Awad, Mubarak E., and R. Scott Kennedy, Nonviolent Struggle in the Middle East: The Druze of the Golan: A Case of Nonviolent Resistance; Nonviolent Resistance: A Strategy for the Occupied Territories, 1983.

29 10

B'Tselem, Detention and Interrogation of Salem and Hanan 'Ali, Husband and Wife, Residents of Bani Na'im Village, 1995.

29 5

Badran, Amneh, et al., Sharing Jerusalem, 1997.

28 23

Barghouti, Mustafa, "The Palestinian NGOs and the Challenges Ahead", 1999.

27 18

Benvenisti, Meron (Fund for Free Expression), Israeli Censorship of Arab Publications: A Survey, 1983.

28 24

Breira, New Perspectives: The Diaspora and Israel, 1977.

29 10

Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, "A Rabbinic Guide to 40 Years of Occupation", 2007.

27 19

Brubeck, William H. (Seven Springs Center), Israelis and Palestinians: The Need for an Alliance of Moderates, 1982.

29 10

Campbell, John C. (Center for Middle East Policy), The Reagan Plan and the Western Alliance, 1983.

29 10

Canadian Friends Service Committee, Conflict Resolution: In Memory of Mahatma Gandhi, 1869-1969, undated.

29 10

Central Information Committee of the Palestine Red Crescent Society, P.R.C.S. Ramleh Physiotherapeutical and Rehabilitation Center, 1977.

29 13

Christian League of Testimony, Christians and Israel, 1978.

29 11

Churches for Middle East Peace, Middle East Advocacy: A Handbook, 1991.

29 11

Churches for Middle East Peace, Regional Leadership Booklet: Communications Supplement, 1998.

27 20

Claiborne, William, and Edward Cody (Foundation for Middle East Peace), The West Bank: Hostage of History, 1980.

29 11

Cohen, Steven M. (American Jewish Committee), "The 1984 National Survey of American Jews: Political and Social Outlooks", 1985.

28 24

Cohen, Steven M., and Seymour Martin Lipset, "Attitudes Toward the Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Peace Process Among American Jewish Leaders, 1991", 1991.

27 22

Cohen, Steven, "Attitudes of American Jews Toward Israel and Israelis", 1983.

27 21

Comay, Michael, Zionism, Israel, and the Palestinian Arabs: Questions and Answers, 1983.

29 15

Commission of the Churches on International Affairs, Human Rights Violations in the West Bank: In their Own Words; Affidavits Collected by Law in the Service of Man, 1983.

29 10

Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Prospects for Peace in the Middle East: The View From Israel, 1972.

29 11

Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Roundtable Discussion on U.S. Policy Toward the Middle East, 1986.

29 11

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East, Background to the Middle East Conflict, 1974.

29 11

Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding, "The CAABU Anthology: A Source Book of Quotations on the Palestinian Problem", 1978.

27 23

Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding, A Man of Peace: In Memoriam, Said Hammami, 1978.

29 11

Dekmejian, R.H., and M.J. Wyszomirski, "Strategic Perceptions and the Arab-Israeli Conflict", 1974.

27 24

Demirel, Suleyman, et al., "Report of the Sharm el-Sheikh Fact-Finding Committee", 2001.

27 25

Ecumenical Institute for Theological Research, Tantur Lectures 1983 on the Possession and Use of Nuclear Weapons in the Light of Torah, Gospel and Shari'a, 1983.

29 11

Einstein, Albert, and Eric Kahler (American Christine Palestine Committee), The Arabs and Palestine, 1944.

29 11

Eisenberg, Laura Zittrain, and Neil Caplan, Instructor's Guide to Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace: Patterns, Problems, Possibilities, 1998.

28 24

Eliav, Arie, Shalom: Peace in Jewish Tradition, Design and 12 Drawings by Dani Karavan, 1977.

28 25

Falloon, Virgil (Al-Haq/Law in the Service of Man), Excessive Secrecy, Lack of Guidelines: A Report on Military Censorship in the West Bank, 1986.

29 11

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), Iraq Action Digest, 1998-1999.

27 26

Fellowship of Reconciliation, Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story, undated.

29 5

Foreign Information Department, Palestine Liberation Organization, Stars in the Sky of Palestine: Short Stories, 1978.

29 11

Foundation for Middle East Peace, Facing the PLO Question, 1985.

29 5

Freed, Rita (Committee to Support Middle East Liberation), War in the Middle East, 1972.

29 12

Friday, Ann Grabhorn, and Robert L. Staab (Middle East Outreach Council), A Resource Guide for Middle Eastern Studies, 1988.

28 26

Friedman, Maurice (Pendle Hill Pamphlet 10), The Covenant of Peace: A Personal Witness, 1960.

29 12

Ginbar, Yuval, "On the Way to Annexation", 1999.

27 27

Gittelsohn, Roland B., Modern Jewish Problems: Student's Workbook, 1949.

29 6

Gladstone, Arthur, Relationship Orientation and the Processes Leading Toward War, 1963.

29 12

Goldman, Nahum (Middle East Affairs Council), Out of Concern for Israel: Appeal for a Neutral Jewish State, 1981.

29 12

Goldring, Beth, "Transfer and the 'Right to Return' in the Post-Gulf War Period", 1991.

27 28

Graybeal, David M., and Jo Jales Gallagher (Presbyterian Church), A Middle East Study Guide, 1985.

29 1

Green, Joseph N., et al. (Seven Springs Center), The Path to Peace: Arab-Israeli Peace and the United States; Report of a Study Mission to the Middle East, 1981.

29 12

Halabi, Usamah, et al. (West Bank Data Base Project), Land Alienation in the West Bank: A Legal and Spatial Analysis, 1985.

29 1

Harkabi, Yehoshafat (Foundation for Middle East Peace), A Policy for the Moment of Truth, 1988.

29 6

Harkabi, Yehoshafat, The Palestinian National Covenant (1968): An Israeli Commentary, 1969.

29 6

Hecht, Ben, Perfidy, 1961.

27 29

Henderson, Edward F. (American Educational Trust), Maps and Mythology: What Israeli Records Reveal About the Land and People of Palestine, undated.

29 12

Hiltermann, Joost R. (Al-Haq/Law in the Service to Man), Al-Haq's response to the Chapter on Israel and the Occupied Territories in the U.S. State Department's "Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1984", 1986.

29 12

Hudson, Michael C. (American Committee for Justice in the Middle East), The U.S. and the Mideast in the Second Nixon Administration, 1973.

29 12

Hunter, June (Washington Middle East Associates), Undercutting Sanctions: Israel, the U.S. and South Africa, 1986.

29 12

International Crisis Group, Disengagement and Its Discontents: What Will the Israeli Settlers Do?, 2005.

27 31

International Crisis Group, Enter Hamas: The Challenges of Political Integration, 2006.

27 32

International Crisis Group, Israel/Hizbollah/Lebanon: Avoiding Renewed Conflict, 2006.

27 33

International Crisis Group, The Arab-Israel Conflict: To Reach a Lasting Peace, 2006.

27 30

International Crisis Group, Tipping Point? Palestinians and the Search for New Strategy, 2010.

27 34

International Peace Research Institute (Oslo), "The Arab-Israeli Conflict", 1969.

27 35

International Quaker Working Party, "Beyond Silence: Towards a Just Resolution of the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict" (draft), 2003.

28 1

Israel Academic Committee on the Middle East, Eye Witness, undated.

29 6

Israel Academic Committee on the Middle East, Seminar: Industrial Development in the Occupied Territories (Shimon Peres); The Military Situation in the Middle East (Haim Herzog), 1970.

29 7

Israel Information Centre, Human Rights in the Occupied Territories During the War in the Persian Gulf, 1991.

29 7

Israel Information Centre, Information Briefing: About Zionism: Do You Know That...?, 1976.

29 12

Israel Information Centre, Information Briefing: Paperback Bibliography; An Annotated List of Books for Students of Israel and of the Arab-Israel Conflict, 1973.

29 12

Israel Information Centre, What Is Zionism, 1985.

29 15

Jacobs, Paul, The View from Tel Aviv and Beirut, undated.

29 13

James A. Baker Institute for Public Policy (Rice University), "Getting to the Territorial Endgame of an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Settlement", 2010.

28 2

James, William, The Moral Equivalent of War, 1960.

29 12

Jensen, Judith L., et al., (Educational Solutions Israel/Palestine International University Dialogue Project), "Understanding Both Sides of the Israel/Palestine Conflict: An International University Dialogue", 2006.

28 3

Kahn, Arthur, and Thomas F. Murray (Americans for a Safe Israel), The Palestinians: A Political Masquerade, 1977.

29 7

Kass, Dora, ed. (Friends of New Outlook), The Middle East Between War and Peace: New Outlook International Symposium, 1979.

28 26

Kelley, Dean M., and Bernhard E. Olson (National Conference of Christians and Jews), The Meaning and Conduct of Dialogue, undated.

29 13

Khalidi, Walid (American Friends Service Committee), Thinking the Unthinkable: A Sovereign Palestinian State, 1978.

29 7

Khouri, Rami G. (Resource Center for Nonviolence), For Those Who Share a Will to Live: Perspectives on a Just Peace in the Middle East, 1985.

29 13

League of Arab States, The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Brief Presentation, 1974.

29 15

League of Arab States, The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Brief Presentation, 1978.

29 15

Lieberman, E. James, The Doctor and His Changing Community: War and the Family; The Psychology of Antigrief, 1971.

29 1

London Friends of Palestine, Palestinian: A People Without Their Land, undated.

29 1

Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations, Salaam Means Peace: An Introduction to Arab Americans, 1991.

29 13

Mallison, Sally V., and W. Thomas Mallison (American Educational Trust), Settlements and the Law: A Juridical Analysis of the Israeli Settlements in the Occupied Territories, 1982.

29 13

McDowall, David (Minority Rights Group), Lebanon: A conflict of Minorities, 1984.

29 1

Mgen, Arenven, Hedrek leshelvem bemzerh hetyekven (The Path to Peace in the Middle East) (in Hebrew), 1970.

29 9

Middle East Coordinating Committee, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Middle East Conflict...* *...But Were Afraid to Ask, 1973.

29 15

Middle East Institute, The Persian Gulf: Political and Economic Issues, 1991.

29 1

Middle East Studies Association of North America, The Image of the Middle East in Secondary School Textbooks, 1975.

29 13

Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Information Division, 'Hatred is Sacred' Says Syrian Minister of Education, Suleyman Al-Khash (May 1968): Extracts from Arab School Texts, undated.

29 8

Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Information Division, Information Briefing: The Administered Areas; Aspects of Israeli Policy, 1972.

29 8

Ministry of Defense, Unit for Coordination of Activity in the Administered Areas, Development and Economic Situation in Judaea, Samaria, the Gaza Strip, and North Sinai, 1967-1969: A Summary, 1970.

29 2

Misleh, Daniel, "The Catholic Bishops and the Middle East: An Examination of the United States Bishops' Statements on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict", 1991.

28 4

Moleah, Alfred T. (International Organization for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination), Zionism and Apartheid: The Negation of Human Rights, 1981.

29 13

Morning Freiheit, War and Peace in the Middle East, 1967.

29 13

Nabulsi, Karma (Civitas Project), "Palestinian Register: Laying Foundations and Setting Directions", 2006.

28 5

Nagler, Michael, "The Teachers of the Jews", undated.

28 7

National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA, Middle East Panel Report: A Study Document, 1980.

29 2

National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA, Middle East Policy Statement, 1980.

29 2

National Lawyers Guild, "Minority Report of the National Lawyers Guild Middle East Delegation on Treatment of Palestinians in Israeli Occupied Territories", 1978.

28 6

Near East Consulting, "Palestinian Political Pulse", 2006.

28 8

Nes, David G. (American Committee for Justice in the Middle East), Our Middle East Involvement, 1969.

29 13

Nes, David G. (American Committee for Justice in the Middle East), Our Relations with Israel and the Arabs, 1971.

29 13

Nixon, Anne Elizabeth, The Status of Palestinian Children During the Uprising in the Occupied Territories, Excerpted Summary Material, Part I, Child Death and Injury, volumes 1-2, 1990.

28 11

Nixon, Anne Elizabeth, The Status of Palestinian Children During the Uprising in the Occupied Territories, Part I, Child Death and Injury, volume 1, A Chronology, 1990.

28 9

Nixon, Anne Elizabeth, The Status of Palestinian Children During the Uprising in the Occupied Territories, Part I, Child Death and Injury, volume 2, Appendices, 1990.

28 10

Nixon, Anne Elizabeth, The Status of Palestinian Children During the Uprising in the Occupied Territories, Part II, Collective Punishment, 1990.

28 12

Orfalea, Gregory (Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee), Wrapping the Grapeleaves: A Sheaf of Contemporary Arab-American Poets, 1982.

29 13

Palestine Welfare Society, The Educational City for the Children of the Palestinian Martyrs and Freedom Fighters, 1967.

29 8

Permanent Committee for Palestinian Deportees, Enforced Exile: A Study of Israeli Deportation and Depopulation Techniques, undated.

29 13

Pew Research Center, Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream", 2007.

28 13

Quandt, William B., Palestinian Nationalism: Its Political and Military Dimensions, 1971.

28 14

Quandt, William B., Unites States Policy in the Middle East: Constraints and Choices, 1970.

28 15

The RAND Palestinian State Study Team, "Helping a Palestinian State Succeed: Key Findings", 2005.

28 16

Rejwan, Nissim, Open Forum: Arab Aims and Israeli Attitudes: A Critique of Harkabi's Prognosis of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1974.

29 13

Rejwan, Nissim, Peace and the Palestinians, 1974.

29 13

ReMillard, Frances H. (Israel Committee Against House Demolition-USA), Is Israel an Apartheid State?, undated.

29 12

Rempel, Terry (Middle East Programs, American Friends Service Committee), Israeli Settlements and the Palestinian/Israeli Conflict, 2000.

29 2

Rouleau, Eric, The Palestinians in Purgatory, 1973.

29 2

Safieh, Afif (PLO Office, The Hague), One People Too Many?, 1987.

29 13

Sayigh, Yezid, and Khalil Shikaki (Council on Foreign Relations), "Strengthening Palestinian Public Institutions", 1999.

28 18

Sayigh, Yezid, and Khalil Shikaki (U.S./Middle East Project), "Reforming the Palestinian Authority: Concluding Report", 2006.

28 17

Schloat Productions, Arabs and Jews: The Crisis; Filmstrip Preview Booklet, 1972.

29 2

Schwarzschild, Stephen, et al. (Jewish Peace Fellowship), Roots of Jewish Nonviolence, undated.

29 13

Scudder, Lewis, R., Jr., "Arab Intellectuals and the Implications of the Defeat of 1967" (M.A. thesis, American University in Beirut), 1971.

28 19

Shaham, David, Israel and the Palestinians: A Different Israeli View, undated.

29 14

Shakrah, Jan Abu (Middle East Program/Peacebuilding Unit, American Friends Service Committee), Palestinian Refugees: A Discussion Paper, 2002.

29 2

Shammout, Ismail (Cultural Arts Section, Department of Information and National Guidance, Palestine Liberation Organization), Palestine: Illustrated Political History, 1972.

29 8

Society for Middle East Confederation, Confederation in the Middle East: Various Proposals, 1973.

29 14

Stern, Kenneth S. (American Jewish Committee), Anti-Zionism: The Sophisticated Anti-Semitism, 1990.

29 15

Talmon, Jacob (Arab Information Center), A Letter to His Establishment by an Israeli Intellectual, 1969.

29 14

Tanber, George Joseph, Life Under Israeli Occupation, 1981.

29 2

Taxpayers for Justice in the Middle East, TAJME's Primer on Palestine and Israel, 1984.

29 14

Témoignages pour Henri Curiel et sa défense présentés le 15 décembre 1977 devant la Commission de recours des Réfugiés et Apatrides siégeant au Conseil d'Etat, 1978.

29 14

To Make War or Make Peace: Proceedings: The International Symposium on Inevitable War or Initiatives for Peace, 1969.

29 3

Travis, Tom (Stanley Foundation), A Proposal to Solve the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1978.

29 14

United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, UNRWA: A Survey of United Nations Assistance to Palestine Refugees, 1972.

29 8

United Nations, Acquisition of Land in Palestine, 1980.

29 4

United Nations, An International Law Analysis of the Major United Resolutions Concerning the Palestinian Question, 1979.

29 4

United Nations, The United Nations and the Question of Palestine, undated.

29 14

Unknown author, "A Profile of the Palestinian People", undated.

28 20

Unknown author, Untitled typescript on the topic of security in the Middle East, annotated, undated.

28 21

Wessner, Don, Stalemate, Not Checkmate: An Inter-religious Perspectives on the Gulf Crisis, 1990.

29 4

West, Jessamyn (American Friends Service Committee), Violence, undated.

29 8

World Without War Council. Peace Politics, the New Left and the Pity of It All: Essays by Carl Landauer and Robert Pinkus, 1966.

29 14

Zahal Information Office, "Israel Must Be Annihilated": A Selection of Cartoons from the Arab Press, 1967.

29 4

Zeev, H., et al., Judea and Samaria, 1974.

29 14

Zeev, H., et al., Sanai, 1974.

29 14

Zogby, James, and Jack O'Dell, eds. (Palestine Human Rights Campaign), Afro-Americans Stand Up for Middle East Peace, 1980.

29 14

Zukoff, Murray, "Toward a Socialist Zionist Politics", 1969.

28 22

B. Periodicals.

Box Folder

Los Agachados 4, no. 135 (November 20, 1973), 1973.

29 16

Al Awdah, no. 97 (May 4, 1987); no. 101 (June 8, 1987); no. 104 (June 29, 1987), 1987.

29 16

The American Committee for Justice in the Middle East Position Paper, no. 1 (March 3, 1969) - no. 7 (February 2, 1970); no. 10 (June 30, 1970); no. 12 (February 12, 1971), 1969-1971.

29 16

The American Committee for Justice in the Middle East Special Report, no. 1 (March 1970); no. 4 (October 30, 1973) - no. 5 (December 8, 1973), 1970-1973.

29 16

Association for Israel Studies Newsletter 5, no. 2 (Spring 1990), 1970.

29 16

ATFP News: World Peace Roundup (email list), 2003-2007.

29 17-18

B'Tselem Information Sheet (September 1994; November 1994; July 1995), 1994-1995.

29 16

The B'Tselem Human Rights Report 2, no. 1 (Spring 1994); 3, no. 1 (Spring 1995); 5, no. 1 (Fall 1997); 6 (Summer 1998); 7 (Autumn 1999), 1994-1999.

29 16

Bulletin of Regional Cooperation in the Middle East 6, no. 4 (Winter 1997/98) - 10, no. 2 (Summer 2001); 11, no. 3/4 (Fall/Winter 2002-03) - 12, no. 1/2 (Spring/Summer 2003), 1997-2003.

30 1

Bulletin of the American Professors for Peace in the Middle East 1, no. 2 (May 1971); 2, no. 1 (September 1971) - 2, no. 2 (January 1972); no. 2 (January 1973) - no. 3 (March 1973); June 1973; November 1973; January 1974; December 1974; June 1975; December 1975; March 1976, 1971-1976.

30 1

CALC Report 8, no. 8 (November/December 1982), 1982.

30 1

Civil Society 6, no. 632 (March 1997), 1997.

30 1

Current History 86, no. 517 (February 1987), 1987.

30 1

Face to Face: An Interreligious Bulletin 10 (Spring 1983; Fall 1983); 11 (Spring 1984); 12 (Fall 1985; Winter 1985), 1983-1985.

30 2

FCL Newsletter 57, no. 1 (January/February 2008), 2008.

30 2

Fellowship 40, no. 11 (December 1974); 43, no. 3-4 (March/April 1977); 46, no. 3-4 (March-April 1980) - 46. no. 5 (May 1980); 53, no. 6 (June 1987); 59, no. 3 (March 1993), 1974-1993.

30 2

George Washington Law Review 59, no. 6 (1991), 1991.

30 3

Harvard International Review 18, no. 1 (Winter 1995/96), 1995-1996.

30 3

Humanitas International Human Rights Committee, no. 4 (1985), 1985.

30 3

I & P: Israel & Palestine Monthly Review, no. 38 (April 1975); no. 74 (April/May 1979); no. 79 (March 1980), 1975-1980.

30 3

I & P: Israel & Palestine Political Report, no. 92 (July-August 1982) - no. 94 (December 1982); no. 96 (March 1993); no. 140 (February-March 1988); no. 174/175 (July/August 1992) - no. 176 (September 1992); no. 180 (January 1993); no. 182 (April/May 1993); no. 192 (undated); no. 199 (March/April 1997) - no. 200 (May/June 1997), 1982-1997.

30 3

Inside: Israel and the Occupied Lands 1, no. 2 (October 1983), 1983.

30 4

InterChange: A Monthly Review of Issues Facing Israel and the Diaspora 1, no. 1 (September 1975) - 1, no. 10 (June 1976); 2, no. 1 (September 1976) - 2, no. 10 (June 1977); 3, no. 1 (September 1977), 1975-1977.

30 4

The International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination Bulletin 2, nos. 2-4 (December 1981), 1981.

30 4

I.P.C.R.I. News (March 1991), 1991.

30 4

Israel Horizons 35, no. 9/10 (Winter 1987/88); April 2000; July/August 2000; January-February 2001; Fall/Winter 2003, 1987-2003.

30 4

Israel Magazine (February 1971), 1971.

30 4

Israel Press Briefs, no. 47 (August-September 1986); no. 69 (January 1990), 1986-1990.

30 4

Israeli Democracy (Spring 1991), 1991.

30 4

Israelis Reply: Bulletin Published by Israeli Students of Middle East Affairs, no. 23 (July 1970), 1970.

30 4

Jewish Currents, March 1980; March-April 2003; May-June 2003, 1980-2003.

30 5

Keeping Posted 17, no. 5 (February 1972); 18, no. 8 (May 1973); 19, no. 8 (May 1974); 20, no. 8 (May 1975); 21, no. 6 (March 1976); 22 no. 4 (January 1977); 23, no. 6 (March 1978); 24, no. 7 (April 1979), 1972-1979.

30 5

Liberation 14, no. 8 (November 1969); 18, no. 6 (February 1974), 1969-1974.

30 5

The Link 12, no. 5 (November/December 1979); 14, no. 4 (September/October 1981); 25, no. 1 (January/March 1992), 1979-1992.

30 6

Middle East Report, no. 158 (May-June 1989); no. 176 (May/June 1992); no. 182 (May-June 1993), 1989-1993.

30 6

Midstream: A Monthly Jewish Review 42, no. 8 (November/December 1996), 1996.

30 6

Midwest Pacifist Commentator 3, no. 2 (November 10, 1988), 1988.

30 6

Near East Report: Washington Letter on American Policy in the Near East 14, no. 1 (January 7, 1970); Supplement (January 1970); Special Survey (April 1971); 18, no. 6 (February 6, 1974), 1970-1974.

30 6

New Outlook 22, no. 8 (November/December 1979) - 29, no. 3 (March 1986); 29, no. 5/6 (May/June 1986A) - 30, no. 10 (October 1987); 31, no. 1 (January 1998) - 31, no. 10 (November/December 1988); 32, nos. 11-12 (November/December 1989) - 35, no. 4 (July/August 1992); 36, no. 1 (January/February 1993), 1979-1993.

31 5-13

News From Within 6, no. 2 (February 23, 1990); 11, no. 3 (March 1995), 1990-1995.

30 7

Newsletter on Freedom of the Press (June 1991), 1991.

30 7

The Other Israel: Newsletter of the Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, no. 3 (September-October 1983) - no. 4-5 (November-December 1983); no. 8 (May 1984) - no. 9 (June-July 1984); no. 11 (November-December 1984) - no. 15 (June 1985); no. 17 (august-September 1985) - no. 18 (October-November 1985); no. 20 (January-February 1986); no. 22 (May-June 1986) - no. 30 (January-February 1988); no. 32 (May-June 1988) - no. 36 (April-May 1989); no. 38 (September-October 1989) - no. 42 (July-August 1990); no. 44 (November-December 1990); no. 131/132 (July 2007); no. 141/132 (May 2009); Emergency Issue (undated), 1983-2009.

30 7

The Other Israel: Newsletter of the Israel Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (Archival Collection), nos. 1-33 (July 1983-September 1988), 1983-1988.

30 8

Oz, no. 29 (July 1970); no. 31 (November 1970); no. 33 (February 1971), 1970-1971.

30 9

Palestine (comic), no. 1 (February 1993) - no. 3 (August 1993); no. 5 (February 1994) - no. 7 (September 1994), 1993-1994.

30 10

Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence Newsletter 1, no. 1 (March 31, 1986); 1, no. 3 (July-September 1986); 1, no. 5 (October 1990), 1986-1990.

30 10

Peace Now (October 1979), 1979.

30 10

Peace Now News: Americans for Peace Now Newsletter 7, no. 1 (Summer 1991), 1991.

30 10

Peace Section Newsletter: Mennonite Central Committee 13, no. 3 (July-August 1983) - 13, no. 4 (September-October 1983), 1983.

30 10

Present Tense 14, no. 4 (May/June 1987), 1987.

30 10

Project on Jewish Alternatives Newsletter 1, no. 1 (January/February 1980), 1980.

30 10

PS: The Intelligent Guide to Jewish Affairs, no. 40 (May 10, 1995); no. 47 (September 13, 1995); no. 49 (October 25, 1995) - no. 50 (November 8, 1995); no. 57 (February 28, 1996); no. 59 (March 27, 1996) - no. 61 (May 8, 1996); no. 64 (June 19, 1996); no. 91 (September 3, 1997), 1995-1997.

30 10

Report on Israeli Settlement in the Occupied Territories 1, no. 6 (November 1991); 7, no. 2 (March-April 1997); 8, no. 1 (January-February 1998); 8, no. 4 (July-August 1998); 9, no. 4 (July-August 1999); 10, no. 1 (January-February 2000)- 10, no. 4 (July-August 2000); 10, no. 6 (November-December 2000); 11, no. 2 (March-April 2001) - 11, no. 3 (May-June 2001); 12, no. 2 (March-April 2002); 13, no. 2 (March-April 2003) - 13, no. 3 (May-June 2003); 13, no. 5 (September-October 2003) - 13, no. 6 (November-December 2003); 15, no. 1 (January-February 2005)- 15, no. 2 (March-April 2005); 16, no. 1 (January-February 2006) - 16, no. 2 (March-April 2006); 17, no. 2 (March-April 2007) - 17, no. 4 (July-August 2007); 17, no. 6 (November-December 2007)- 18, no. 2 (March-April 2008); 18, no. 4 (July-August 2008); 18, no. 6 (November-December 2008) - 19, no. 1 (January-February 2009), 1991-2009.

30 11

The Return: An International Palestinian Monthly Magazine 1, no. 1 (August 1988) - 1, no. 5 (December 1988); 1, no. 9 (April 1989), 1988-1989.

30 12

Sequoia: News of Religion and Society 24, no. 1 (Spring 2003); 25, no. 1 (Spring 2004) - 25, no. 2 (Summer 2004), 2003-2004.

30 12

Sh'ma: A Journal of Jewish Responsibility 6, no. 117 (September 17, 1976); 8, no. 154 (May 12, 1976); 13, no. 241 (November 12, 1982); 18, no. 348 (February 19, 1988) - 18, no. 350 (March 18, 1988); 18, no. 352 (April 15, 1998); 18, no. 356 (September 2, 1988); 19, no. 369 (March 3, 1989) - 19, no. 372 (April 14, 1989); 20, no. 382 (November 24, 1989) - 20, no. 387 (February 2, 1990); 20, no. 389 (March 2, 1990); 20, no. 391 (March 30, 1990); 20, no. 393 (April 27, 1990) - 20, no. 395 (May 25, 1990); 22, no. 426 (January 24, 1992) - 22, no. 427 (February 7, 1992), 1976-1992.

30 13

Sojourners Magazine 34, no. 8 (August 2005), 2005.

30 13

SWASIA North Africa 1, no. 21 (June 21, 1974); 2, no. 14 (April 11, 1975) - 2, no. 16 (April 25, 1975); 2, no. 18 (May 9, 1975) - 2, no. 20 (May 23, 1975); 2, no. 30 (August 1, 1975); 2, no. 35 (September 5, 1975) - 2, no. 37 (September 19, 1975); 3, no. 39 (October 1, 1976); 3, no. 42 (October 22, 1976); 3, no. 44 (November 5, 1976); 3, no. 49 (December 10, 1976); 3, no. 52 (December 31, 1976); 4, no. 2 (January 14, 1977) - 4, no. 10 (March 18, 1977); 4, no. 12 (April 15, 1977) - 4, no. 19 (July 22, 1977); 4, no. 21 (August 19, 1977) - 4, no. 22 (September 3, 1977), 1974-1977.

31 1

Tikkun 6, no. 5 (September/October 1991) - 14, no. 1 (January/February 1999), 1991-1999.

31 1

United Nations, Division of Palestinian Rights, Bulletin, 6, no. 5-6 (May/June 1983) - 10, no. 7/8 (July/August 1987), incomplete, 1983-1987.

31 2

United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), Report 4, no. 4 (October 1986); 5, no. 1 (April 1987) - 5, no. 2 (July 1987), 1986-1987.

31 2

United States Department of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Current Policy, nos. 147-1297, incomplete, 1980-1990.

31 3

FCNL Washington Newsletter, no. 491 (May 1986); no. 716 (April 2007); no. 718 (June 2007) - no. 719 (July/August 2007); no. 722 (November/December 2007) - no. 723 (January 2008); no. 726 (April 2008); no. 733 (January 2009) - no. 735 (March/April 2009), 1986-2009.

31 4

Weekly Media Abstract, no. 79 (February 22, 1981) - no. 84 (March 30, 1981), 1981.

31 4

WIN Magazine 4, no. 11 (June 15, 1970); 10, no. 11 (March 28, 1974); 10, no. 17 (May 16, 1974); 15, no. 11 (March 29, 1979); 19, no. 9-10 (June 1983), 1970-1983.

31 4

Witness Magazine 86, no. 5/6 (May/June 2003), 2003.

31 4

WRL News, no. 221 (November-December 1980), 1980.

31 4

Youth, 21, no. 10 (May 10, 1970), 1970.

31 4

C. Miscellaneous clippings, articles, photocopies.

Box
33
Folder
1-11

D. Oversized periodicals.

Box Folder

Al-Ahram Weekly, no. 601 (August 29, September 4, 2002), 2002.

35 2

Al-Fajr: Jerusalem Palestinian Weekly 14, no. 678 (May 17, 1993); 14, no. 685 (July 5, 1993) - 14, no. 690 (August 16, 1993), 1993.

35 3

The Jerusalem Times 1, no. 5 (March 11, 1994) - 2, no. 85 (September 22, 1995), incomplete, 1994-1995.

35 4

L.A. Weekly 9, no. 4 (December 19-25, 1986), 1986.

35 5

Peace News, no. 1867 (April 21, 1972), 1972.

35 6

SF Weekly 9, no. 47 (January 23, 1991), 1991.

35 7

Why Nonviolence? Special Dandelion Issue, Revised Edition, undated.

35 8

Series V. Audiovisual materials.

Box Folder

American Friends Service Committee, "Israeli Settlements: Time Is Running Out" (slides, cassette tape, script) [RESTRICTED], 1982.

32 1

American Friends Service Committee, "Israeli Settlements: Time Is Running Out" (slides), 1982.

32 2

American Friends Service Committee, "Israeli Settlements: Time Is Running Out" (slides), 1982.

32 3

American Friends Service Committee New England, "Deadly Connections: Nuclear War and U.S. Intervention," part 1 (slides, cassette tape, script) [RESTRICTED], 1986.

32 4

CEDIP, Impastato Productions, "Nothing Quiet on the Southern Front: An Introduction to the Militarization of the Mediterranean and the Middle East" (slides), 1984.

32 5

CEDIP, Impastato Productions, "Nothing Quiet on the Southern Front: An Introduction to the Militarization of the Mediterranean and the Middle East" Incomplete set (slides).

32 6

Mandel, David, "Galilee: Coexistence or...?" (slides), late 1970s-early 1980s.

32 7

Mandel, David, "Galilee: Coexistence or...?" (slides), late 1970s-early 1980s.

32 8

Mandel, David, "Galilee: Coexistence or...?" Hebrew with additions for English set (slides), late 1970s-early 1980s.

32 9

Mandel, David, "Galilee: Coexistence or...?" Incomplete set (slides), late 1970s-early 1980s.

32 10

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East, 1970s.

32 11

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East, 1970s.

32 12

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East, 1970s.

32 13

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East, 1970s.

32 14

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on slides: "MEP"), 1970s.

32 15

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on slides: "Color Slide Duplicate"), 1970s.

32 16

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on original housing: "ritual slaughter," "persons and landscapes," " workers," "soccer"), 1970s.

32 17

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on original housing: "secondary selections," "people," "Jews and Arabs and Christians"), 1970s.

32 18

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on original housing: "# July '74," "culled slides," "best from all sources"), 1970s.

32 19

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on original housing: "Jews and Christians and Arabs"), 1970s.

32 20

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on original housing: "workers," "soccer").

32 21

Untitled box of color slides taken in the Middle East (written on original housing: "people").

32 22

Untitled grouping of color slides taken in the Middle East, 1970s.

32 23

Brunner, Benny, "The Lobby" (working copy) (VHS tape) [RESTRICTED], undated.

32 24

"Chutzpah: Interview with Allan Solomonow of CONAME" (sound tape reel : 7.5 ips ; 5 in.) [RESTRICTED], 1973.

32 25

Crown Sephira Productions, "If You Make It Possible" (videodisc (DVD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.) [RESTRICTED], undated.

32 26

Foundation for Middle East Peace, "Searching for Peace in the Middle East" (videodisc (DVD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.) [RESTRICTED], 2006.

32 26

Free Speech Carols from the FSM, 20th Anniversary (sound disc : 45 rpm ; 7 in.) and FSM's Sounds & Songs of the Demonstration! [RESTRICTED], 1984, undated.

32 27

Friendship Press, "Many Yet One: The Church and Churches in the Middle East" (filmstrip, sound cassette, script/guidance booklet) [RESTRICTED], undated.

32 24

Grenada, "Sumaiya voiceover" (sound tape reel : 7.5 ips ; 5 in.) [RESTRICTED], 1985.

32 25

Jerusalem in Captivity: A Personal Message from H.M. King Hussein of Jordan (7 in. flexidisc and letter), 3 copies [RESTRICTED], 1971.

32 28

Series VI. Recorded interviews (on cassette tape).

Conditions Governing Access note

Access to original audiovisual materials in this series is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Box Item

[Abugel, Reuben], 1971 September.

36 1

Abu-Ghazaleh, Hatem, undated.

36 2-3

Roz Al-Yusef (journal), interviews with Ahmed Hamroush and Saleh Hafez.

36 4

Basheer, Tahseen, undated.

36 5

Forbes, Jim, "A Personal Message from Jim Forbes, the Riverside Church".

36 6

Gamal, Auteifi, undated.

36 7

George, undated.

36 8

Jirys, Sabri (multiple copies, possibly all the same date), 1975 June.

36 9-17

Langer, Felicia, undated.

36 18-21

Majdalani, Gebran, undated.

36 22-23

Nabanawi, Ceza, undated.

36 24

National office Staff Meeting, 1991 November 26.

36 25

National Office Staff Meeting, 1993 May 4.

36 26

National Office Staff Meeting, 1993 May 11.

36 28

National Office Staff Meeting, 1993 September 14.

36 27

Said, Ed, Confernce on Palestinian People, 1975 April.

36 29

Sayejh, Yusef, undated.

36 30-31

Sha'ath, Nabil, PLO Planning Center, Beirut, 1975 June 29.

36 32-42

Tawil, 1974.

36 43

Unlabeled, undated.

36 44-48