Academy of the Hebrew language [in Hebrew]: Brought into being by legislation in 1953 as the supreme institute for the Hebrew Language, the Academy of the Hebrew Language prescribes standard for modern Hebrew grammar, orthography, transliteration, and punctuation based upon the study of Hebrew’s historical development. (see also: Academy of the Hebrew language [English pages])
Early Hebrew Newspapers online: provides ccess to historic Hebrew newspapers dating back as early as 1856 are offered online through the Jewish National and University Library, David and Fela Shapell Family Digitization Project.
JNUL Digitized Book Repository: The aim of this project is to make these works freely available not
only to on site users but also to the public worldwide. This will both
preserve the originals and greatly increase the number of people who
will be able to refer to them. About 1100 volumes have been digitized with the generous support of the
Dorot Foundation. Additional works are added weekly. Selection will be
based on considerations of demand, preservation and funding. Only works
in the public domain will be considered.
The JNUL catalog record for each such work contains a link to the digitized version. The initial selection of titles ranges from 15th century incunabula to early 20th century works.
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
International Journal of Middle East Studies
Israel Country Monitor
Israel Economic Review
Israel Studies Forum
Journal of Israeli History
Journal of Palestine Studies
MERIP Middle East Report
Middle East Report
Middle East Quarterly
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism