Anis Nsouli Strreet, Verdun
Other Info: The library of the Institute for Palestine Studies was established with the aim of preserving Palestinian intellectual and cultural production, and the collection of documents and research on the question of Palestine and the Arab-Israeli conflict in its various phases and developments. The library collections include a wide range of basic reference works, books, and periodicals, in Arabic, English, French, and Hebrew. The library's collection places a particular emphasis on Palestine, its population, history and society, as well on the political, social, military and economic aspects of Israel. The collection includes monographs in a number of languages, basic reference works, encyclopedias, yearbooks, bibliographies, official reports, dictionaries, atlases, and statistical surveys. The collection also includes a collection of rare books, including books issued by the British Mandate authorities in Palestine, volumes produced by the World Zionist Congresses, the official newspaper and rules and regulations issued by the mandatory government of Palestine.
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|Current Automation System||OLIB||1998|
|This library is responsible for the procurement of the library automation system.|
Record History: This listing was created on Jan 17, 2011 and was last modified on Jan 10, 2019.
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