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Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations in Beirut issued a new Arabic book entitled “The Palestine Daily Chronicle of 2014.”

The 499-page book is prepared by the Information and Archives Department in al-Zaytouna Centre, and supervised and edited by Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh, the center’s General-Manager.

The book addresses the most prominent events related to the Palestinian issue during 2014. It deals with important events, decisions and stances that express the nature of a phase or reflect the changes in political tracks; specifically, the stances of powers active on the Palestinian, Israeli, Arab, Islamic, and international levels.

The book puts forth information and statistics of significance, related to both the Palestinian and the Israeli sides. The information include various aspects of Palestinian political, economic, cultural, social and educational performance, Jerusalem, the performance of the resistance, the internal situation… and others.

Publication Information:


Title: Al-Yawmiyyat al-Filastiniyyah li Sanat 2014 (The Palestine Daily Chronicle of 2014).
Edited by: Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh
Published in: 2015
Hard Cover: 499 pages, 17*24
Price: $22


The book also covers matters related to Israel economically, socially, security-wise and militarily, as well as matters related to settlement building, Judaization programs, attacks on holy sites, and the peace process.

 “The Palestine Daily Chronicle of 2014” is considered one of the most important periodicals issued by al-Zaytouna Centre, which adopts an accurate mechanism in choosing the news according to its importance and its role in shaping the map of events and developments related to the Palestinian issue.

The importance of this book lies in its contribution to the enrichment of the Arab library as a reference that serves researchers and those interested in Palestinian studies, as well as universities, research centers and institutions of studies

Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations, 28/6/2015