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The Archive is open to the public Sunday through Wednesday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Researchers are kindly asked to schedule their visits in advance. You may contact the archive email@example.com or by phone at 04-6309232.
The Sarah and Yaacov Eshel Peace Library houses approximately 60,000 titles, 400 journals and rare collections on a variety of topics, including Arab and Middle East Studies, Zionism, Israel, the Labor and Kibbutz Movements, history of world Jewry, and social sciences. The library hosts the vastest repository of materials about the Palestinian and Arab citizens of Israel, including rare documents, articles and press clippings dating back to the beginning of the nineteenth century.
Digitization of Arabic Periodicals
Rare and endangered collections of newspapers and periodicals in Arabic have been digitized with the support of UNESCO and the International Federation of Library Associations, forming the first worldwide database of its kind. The database is available for online access, attracting scholars and laymen worldwide.