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The Historical Basin of Jerusalem: Status Quo and Alternative Arrangements
The purpose of this study is to examine alternative arrangements for Jerusalem as part of the overall resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The study proposes alternatives that have some chance of being acceptable to both sides and to the international community.
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From Jerusalem to Mecca and Back: The Islamic Consolidation of Jerusalem
Since 1967, when Israel took over East Jerusalem with its Old City and sacred places, the Islamic perspective of Jerusalem has changed dramatically. A Muslim campaign for liberating Jerusalem from Israeli control was launched in August 1969 following the fire, which was started by an Australian non-Jewish tourist to the structure of the al-Aqsa Mosque. Over the last decade, this campaign has been conducted under the banner “Al-Aqsa is in Danger” with the claim that Jerusalem is “captive” of Jews and therefore Jihad should be carried out to liberate it.
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Going Against the Wind: The Role of NGOs in Jerusalem under an Ongoing Conflict
From March till July 2002, research has been conducted at the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, aimed at assessing the role of civil society in Jerusalem in improving relations between Israelis and Palestinians in the city and in creating coexistence based on tolerance, mutual understanding and discourse.

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The Israeli-Palestinian Violent Confrontation 2000-2004: From Conflict Resolution to Conflict Management
The violent confrontation which erupted between Israel and the Palestinians in September 2000 developed into a continuing low-intensity conflict which has claimed a heavy price in blood on both sides, caused serious economic damage,and raised the level of mutual enmity and mistrust to heights that all but preclude dialogue. The sense of impasse and the failure of the efforts to end the confrontation or reduce its intensity led researchers of the JIIS to reexamine Israel’s modes of conflict management over these four years.

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Israel and The Palestinians- Some Legal Issues
The goal of this research is to examine the legal aspects of some historical events related to the conflict. Then, an analysis of the Oslo process that started in 1993 is made, followed by an examination of the main subjects to be tackled in the negotiations for a permanent status of the Palestinian areas.

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The Temple mount and the Western Wall in Israeli Law
This research discusses the legal status of East Jerusalem, Temple Mount and the Western Wall, and deals with various issues comprising the legal status of the holy places in light of the Israeli government unifying the two parts of the city after the 1967 war.

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Political Violence on the Verge of the Peace Process: Potential Scenarios and Recommendations
This study examines the various sources of tension within Israeli society that bear the potential for political violence. The study presents possible scenarios and offers recommendations for addressing these.
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Arab Positions on the Question of Jerusalem
This document presents four Arab positions regarding the question of East Jerusalem, as these emerge from various sources, including the decisions of the summit conferences, peace plans, letters written by leaders, speeches, and other documents.
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