The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a general reference work encompassing all aspects of the contentious Arab-Israeli relationship from biblical times to the present, with an emphasis on the era beginning with World War I.
The encyclopedia offers more than 750 alphabetically organized entries in three volumes, images and maps, and a documents volume of primary sources.
The material explores the social, cultural, and religious factors that have shaped Arab-Israeli relations for thousands of years. Also examined are historic events such as the founding of modern Israel, the building of the Suez Canal, the Six-Day War, the Camp David Accords, the assassinations of Anwar Sadat and Yitzhak Rabin, the rise and fall of Yasser Arafat, the 2006 Palestinian elections, and the Israeli-Hezbollah War in Lebanon.
The four-volume, 1,553-page encyclopedia is available as an eBook or in a print edition.