Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

In Near East Travel’s East Jerusalem office, a satellite photograph of the Middle East is framed under glass, inscribed with the names of countries and major cities. National borders are unmarked. The Holy Land -- so the map is labeled -- appears as a single, seamless territory.

A full-page advertisement for Galilee Tours, an Israeli company, features a mock road sign in green and white. A single arrow, diverging from a central vector with Tel Aviv at its base, points the way to Jerusalem, Amman and Petra, another to Tiberias and Damascus.

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How to cite this article:

Rebecca L Stein "Itineraries of Peace," Middle East Report 196 (September/October 1995).