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

The struggle over the historical record and popular memory of 1948 has reached the Internet. A number of websites and posted materials devoted to the Palestinian experience in 1948 known as the nakba (national catastrophe) offer a wealth of information to counter the virtual media silence about the victims of Israel’s independence. Two comprehensive nakba websites have been created by the Arab Studies Society in Jerusalem (www.arabstudies.org/mainp.htm) and the Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center in Ramallah (www.alnakba.org/), both of which provide historical accounts of the nakba, survivors’ testimonies, chronologies and photo galleries.

To continue reading this article, please login or subscribe.

How to cite this article:

Steve Niva "Countering Israel’s Fiftieth on the Internet," Middle East Report 207 (Summer 1998).