Resources

Below find supplemental materials including the Home Front Discussion Guide, news hub, maps and legal and historical background about Sheikh Jarrah and East Jerusalem. The perspectives represented by the materials provided on this page offer insight into some of the narratives that surround the complex issues facing Sheikh Jarrah and East Jerusalem. For additional resources, please see the list of organizations focused on issues related to Jerusalem at the bottom of this page.

Home Front
Discussion Guide
My Neighbourhood
Discussion Guide
Coverage of Sheikh Jarrah 
 

Home Front
Discussion Guide

My Neighbourhood
Discussion Guide 

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Sheikh Jarrah News Hub



Maps: East Jerusalem, Sheikh Jarrah and Settlements

 

Terrestrial Jerusalem, Interactive Map of Jersualem and its Surrounding Areas.

Americans for Peace Now, Settlement Map.

 

Historical and Legal Background about Sheikh Jarrah and East Jerusalem


Ir Amim, Legal and Historical Background on Sheikh Jarrah

The Civic Coalition for Defending Palestinians' Rights in Jerusalem, Dispossession & Eviction in Jerusalem B'Tselem, Background Information on East Jerusalem


Related Organizations
Al Haq
Americans for Peace Now

The Applied Research Institute, Jerusalem

The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI)
Bimkom
B'Tselem
Civic Coalition for Defending Palestinians' Rights in Jerusalem

The Institute of Jerusalem Studies
Ir Amim
Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD)
Jerusalem Center for Social and Economic Rights
Palestinian Counseling Center
Sheikh Jarrah Committee (coming soon)
Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity
Terrestrial Jerusalem (TJ)
Wadi Hilweh Information Center - Silwan

Women's Forum of Sheikh Jarrah

For additional organizations working on related issues, please visit the full list here.



Additional Reference Materials

Israeli Supreme Court decisions are available online at the Judicial Authority website in Hebrew. English translations for a limited number of decisions are available here.

The Jerusalem Municipality's website is available here.

For additional resources, including settler perspectives, please visit the list of organizations provided by Terrestrial Jerusalem.