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  • MEMRI. The Middle East Media Research Institute bridges the language gap which exists between the West and the Middle East, providing timely translations of Arabic, Farsi, and Hebrew media, as well as original analysis of political, ideological, intellectual, social, cultural, and religious trends in the Middle East.
  • Palestinian Media Watch. Information to gain an understanding of Palestinian society through the monitoring of the Palestinian Arabic language media and schoolbooks.
  • InfoLive TV. Live Television from Jerusalem 24/7 (in French).
  • i24 News. 24h TV reporting from Israel in English, French and Arabic.
  • The Media Line. Offers media organizations multi-faceted assistance in understanding Israel and the Middle East.
  • Behind the News in Israel. Presents news items and analyses that are not seen in the standard mainstream electronic or print media.


  • Israel’s Home Front Command. Provides information to the public to prepare for emergencies (natural disasters and man-made ones such as missiles and rockets).
  • Jewish Virtual Library. An in-depth source for information on Jewish history, Israel, U.S.-Israel relations, the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and Judaism.
  • Myths & Facts: A guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict. A guide to the Arab-Israeli conflict presented in question-and-answer format.
  • The Security Fence (Israeli Foreign Ministry). An Israeli Governmental website containing information, maps, articles, and statements about the security fence.
  • Middle East Facts. Information and facts about the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the current state of the region.
  • About Israel. Information about the many rich facets of Israel, the Israeli people and the Jewish nation worldwide.
  • Mythbusting the Mideast. Articles, facts, maps, and talking points to clarify myths about Israel and the Middle East.
  • Judea Magazine. The history of Jewish life in Israel.
  • Israel Info Center. A collection of articles, links and resources encompassing many aspects of Israeli society, culture, and politics.
  • Israel’s War Against Terror. Information about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the peace process and the war that was waged against Israel.
  • Middle East Regimes and Terrorism. Aims to advance democracy, pluralism and mutual respect in the Middle East. Contains interactive maps of the region and comparative statistical information about Middle Eastern countries.
  • Israel-Arab Conflict FAQ. Frequently asked questions about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
  • The Truth About Israel. Dedicated to informing people of key events and facts about Israel, current and historic, ignored by the major news agencies.
  • ConceptWizard. Visual information about the history of the Middle East conflict.
  • My Israel Source. A virtual community of Jewish educators dedicated to Israel Education.
  • Dhimmitude. Explanation and description about the status of non-Muslims living in Muslim countries.
  • Israel Hasbara Committee. Publishes a variety of material about Israel and the Jewish People serving an educational purpose to establish facts in the pursuit of truth.
  • The Golan Heights. General information on the Golan Heights.
  • Golan Heights Information Server. The website of the Golan Residents Committee, which contains cultural, political and statistical information on the Golan Heights.
  • Hebron. Official website of the Jewish Community in Hebron, West Bank.
  • How The Gunman Stole Peace. What went wrong with the Oslo Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
  • The Mufti and the Fuhrer. Explores the relationship between Haj Amin al-Husseini and Adolf Hitler.


  • U.N. Watch. UN Watch is a non-governmental organization based in Geneva whose mandate is to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter.
  • Israel Law Center. A Jewish legal rights institute based in Israel.
  • Middle East Intelligence Bulletin. Aims to advance democracy, pluralism and mutual respect in the Middle East.
  • Pups for Peace. A humanitarian, non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to reducing death and injury through the use of explosive-detection dogs to counter terrorism.
  • NGO Monitor. Promoting critical debate and accountability of human rights NGOs in the Arab- Israel conflict.
  • JIMENA: Jews Indigenous to the Middle East & North Africa. To advocate and educate about the history and plight of the Jews indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa.
  • The Movement for Quality Government in Israel. A civil society organization striving for a society free of corruption and its effects.


  • Center for Security Policy, An organization promoting international peace through American strength.
  • The Israel Democracy Institute. An organization devoted to strengthening Israel’s democratic institutions and providing a forum for politicians and government officials who are searching for independent, professional partners to examine various ideas and propose practical ways to implement them.
  • The Interdisciplinary Center (Counter-Terrorism). An Israeli research institute and think tank dedicated to developing innovative public policy solutions to international terrorism.
  • Dayan Center. The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies seeks to contribute to the study and understanding of the modern history and current affairs of the Middle East and Africa.
  • Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. An independent institute for policy research.
  • Mideast Debate. A public forum for discussion and debate about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
  • Middle East Forum. A think-tank that works to define and promote American interests in the Middle East.
  • Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs. Organized to educate the American public about the importance of an effective U.S. defense capability and to inform the American defense and foreign affairs community about the important role Israel plays in bolstering democratic interests in the Mediterranean and the Middle East.
  • The Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies. A Jerusalem-based think tank focused on “limited government.”
  • Gamla. News, views, politics and military analysis from Jerusalem.
  • IRIS: Information Regarding Israel’s Security. An independent organization dedicated to informing the public about the security needs of the State of Israel, especially vis-a-vis the current peace process.
  • Stratfor Strategic Forecasting. Tracks and analyzes intelligence to concise, fast-reading formats.
  • PBS Frontline: Battle for the Holyland, With Israelis and Palestinians in an escalating war, Frontline goes behind the lines and underground to reveal the tactics and strategies that led to the current violence.
  • A Time to Speak. A monthly online magazine built around a theme that relates to Israel and the Middle East.
  • Middle East On Target. An online journal on contemporary Middle East issues.
  • Think Israel. Features essays and commentaries that provide context for current events in Israel in order to make sense of what’s going on in the region.
  • Daniel Pipes. The official website of Middle East scholar and commentator Daniel Pipes. Contains his weblog, spoken materials, and extensive biographical materials.
  • Mideast Truth Cartoons. A collection of political cartoons about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
  • Noah Bee Political Cartoons. An archive of the political cartoons by Noah Bee.
  • Oleg Cartoons. A collection of Oleg political cartoons about the Middle East.
  • Political Cartoons (JR). A collection of political cartoons about the situation in the Middle East.


Anti-Israel and Anti-Semitic Monitors

  • Center for Monitoring the Impact of Peace. Examines the content of school textbooks used in the Middle East, to determine whether children are being taught to accept and recognize the right of the “other” to exist.
  • Campus Watch. Monitors anti-Israel activity on university campuses.
  • Divestment Watch. Leading the battle against the illegal divestment from Israel campaign.
  • Israel Academic Monitor. Monitoring and exposing anti-Israel activities of Israeli academics.
  • Stop Divestment. Presbyterian group who opposed (and succeeded in defeating) the divestment resolution voted stealthily by pro-Palestinian activists within the leadership of the Presbyterian Church in the US.


  • How to Help Israel. A well organized collection of links pertaining to Israel or Middle Eastern issues.
  • Israel and Me. A blog by Benjamin Cox describing day to day experiences while living in Israel.
  • Jerusalem Diaries. Journalist Judy Balint’s official website, containing book reviews and an archive of her columns.
  • Jew Point. Blog based commentary on media & politics from a right of center Jewish point of view.
  • NGO Monitor Blog. Promoting critical debate and accountability of human rights NGOs in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
  • Smooth Stone. An information resource which professes, affirms, defends and furnishes facts about Israel’s legitimacy.
  • Tal G. in Jerusalem. An online journal of an American living in Israel.
  • The News, Uncensored. A collection of news stories and blogs about Israel and the Middle East.
  • The Truth about Israel. A blog by an American born Israeli who served in the Israeli Defense Force.

Israel Advocacy and Pro-Israel Organizations

  • AIPAC. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, America’s largest pro-Israel lobby.
  • Aish. 54 ways to help Israel.
  • Americans for a Safe Israel. Dedicated to protecting Israel’s security.
  • Blue Star PR. A Public Relations company that produces positive visual media to promote and educate about Israel.
  • Freeman Center for Strategic Studies. Aids Israel in the quest to survive in a hostile world.
  • Hasbara. Compiles and organizes news articles pertaining to Israel or the Jewish people.
  • Internet Haganah. A global open-source intelligence network dedicated to confronting Internet use by Islamist terrorist organizations, their supporters, enablers and apologists.
  • Mission 4 Israel. Dedicated to uniting Jews from all backgrounds in support of Israel from a Torah-based perspective.
  • NACPAC. A Pro-Israel National Action Committee.
  • One Jerusalem. An educational foundation striving to maintain Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel.
  • Professors for a b Israel. Academics united by a shared concern for the security and the Jewish character of the State of Israel.
  • Rinat Yisrael’s Israel Action Page. A collection of resources to take action on behalf of Israel.
  • Shevet Voice. All the ways to help Israel, connect with Israelis and great events.
  • Stand With Us. A website that gives students the powerful materials that show the facts about what’s really going on in the Middle East.
  • Support Israel Mailing List. A group to support Israel and its people. Members of all races and religions are welcome to participate.
  • Virtual PAC for Israel. Petitioning the US government for a policy that is more supportive of Israel’s security, historical and Biblical claims in Judea, Samaria, Gaza, and the Golan Heights.
  • White Plains for Israel. Supporting the Israeli economy by helping people find and buy Israeli products and services.
  • WUJS: Hasbara. The World Union of Jewish Students provides resources to advocate for the State of Israel.
  • Zionism Is Not Racism. Explaining Zionism and refuting the claims that it is a form of racism.
  • Zionist Organization of America. The oldest pro-Israel organization in America.