Jewish Settlements Archival Project
Jewish Settlements Archival Project
Title: Jewish Settlements Archival Project, Taub Center for Israel Studies, New York University.

The Taub Center for Israel Studies at New York University has been working on a project which maps and catalogs all available historical data relating to Israeli settlements from the Israel State Archives and other libraries. Haaretz has reviewed the archive and described its contents in the article “Israel Poisoned Palestinian Land to Build West Bank Settlement in 1970s, Documents Reveal.” The database contains over 11,000 archive files, including 1.5 million pages, compiled over the course of five years. It can be found on a site called the Jewish Settlements Archival Project, publicly accessible here.

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