Wikipedia:WikiProject Israel Palestine Collaboration/Links to reliable sources discussions

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WikiProject Israel Palestine Collaboration/Links to reliable sources discussions provides Links to Specific Source Discussions and Links to General Issues Discussions of reliable sources that have been or could be relevant to Israel-Palestine issues. These discussions have been conducted over the last few years, mostly on Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard which has a search box for a complete listing of your topic discussed there. Therefore this list is better for use as a survey of relevant topics which have been discussed.

Remember none of these discussions may be the "final word" on a source or an issue about sources and often opinion on sources evolves. So feel free to open a new section on Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard if you think it is necessary.

Information on Wikipedia source policies can be found at WP:Verifiability, WP:Reliable sources and Wikipedia Reliable source examples. Links to information about various reference libraries can be found here. HINT: If you have a specific source - say "counterpunch.org" - and want to see if it is used a lot on wikipedia, meaning it probably is generally reliable, just search the domain name at general search page. Also Scholar.Google.com and Books.Google.com are excellent sources of reliably sourced books and academic papers.

Please feel free to circulate this paragraph and its links to talk pages or your user page to alert others to the availability of this resource.

(Instructions for other editors: Once discussions have been archived in Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard archives, add the new source and link to the table in the same format, in alphabetical order.)

Links to Specific Source Discussions[edit]

  • About.com: #1
  • About.com forum: #1
  • Amazon.com to prove book/DVD/etc. exists: #1
  • Amazon.com-posted book reviews: #1
  • Answers.Com encyclopedia: #1, #1
  • Anti-Defamation League: #1
  • Al-Ahram: #1
  • Al-Jazeera Video: #1
  • American Free Press: #1
  • The American Thinker: #1
  • Andrew Bostom/Prometheus books on Muslims: #1
  • Antisemitism debate sources list: #1
  • ArabNews: #1
  • Associatedcontent.com: #1
  • Paul Bogdanor: #1
  • B'tselem: #1
  • Christianity Today: #1
  • Christian Science Monitor: #1
  • CIA - The World Fact book: #1
  • Citizenpedia: #1
  • Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting (CAMERA): #1, #2, #3
  • CorpWatch: #1
  • Countercurrents.org: #1, #2
  • Counterpunch.org: #1, #2
  • CybercastNewsService: #1
  • Daily Mail (Pakistan): #1
  • Daily Mirror (UK) #1
  • David Horowitz Freedom Center: #1
  • DemocracyNow.org: #1
  • Discoverthenetworks.org: #1
  • Discovery or History Channel: #1
  • The Electronic Intifada: #1
  • Executive Intelligence Review (EIR): #1
  • FAIR.org: #1
  • FactCheck.Org: #1
  • FreeRepublic.com: #1, #2, #3
  • FromOccupiedPalestine.Org: #1
  • Globalresearch.ca: #1
  • Globalsecurity.org: #1
  • Google Books snippets, links: #1, #2, #3
  • Google Scholar: #1
  • Gush Shalom: #1, #2
  • Haaretz: #1
  • Highbeam.com: #1
  • HistoryLink.com: #1
  • HuffingtonPost.com: #1, #2, 3
  • Human Rights Watch (on Israel-Palestine): #1
  • Indymedia: #1
  • Indian Media: #1
  • Irfan Shahid: #1
  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: #1
  • Israel Insider: #1
  • Jamestown Foundation: #1
  • Jewsagainstzionism.com: #1
  • JewishVirtualLibrary: #1, #2
  • Jewish Telegraphic Agency: #1
  • Jews for Justice for Palestinians: #1
  • John Esposito on Islam: #1
  • Juan Cole's blog: #1
  • Knol: #1
  • LewRockwell.Com: #1
  • List of Massacres: #1
  • LiveJournal: #1, #2
  • Wayne Madsen: #1
  • Media Matters for America (MMFA): #1
  • Muslim Heritage: #1
  • Monthly Review: #1
  • National Post blog (and on relevant issue): #1
  • New York Times on facts: #1
  • Pajamas Media: #1
  • Pakistan Daily (Not Daily Times): #1
  • Pakistani publisher Dar-ut-tazkeer: #1
  • Daniel Pipes blog: #1
  • Palestine Media Watch: #1
  • People Magazine: #1
  • Philadelphia City Paper: #1
  • Political Research Associates: #1, #2
  • Politico.com: #1
  • Mazin Qumsiyeh: #1
  • Raw Story: #1
  • The Real News site: #1
  • The Register (UK): #1
  • ReligiousTolerance.org: #1
  • Rummell's "democide" statistics: #1
  • Salon as source for controversial WP:BLP: #1
  • San Francisco Weekly: #1
  • Joseph Schechtman as I-P historian: #1
  • Djuro (or "Duro") Schwartz: #1
  • David Shulman: #1
  • Skeptic's Dictionary: #1, #2
  • TheSmokingGun.com: #1
  • Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC): #1, #2, #3
  • SPLC's "Intelligence Report": #1
  • SourceWatch: #1
  • Robert Spencer on Islam: #1, #2
  • The Star (Malaysia): #1
  • Standingstrong.org on Hamas: #1
  • TownHall.com: #1
  • terrorism-info.org.il: #1
  • Twitter.com: #1
  • United Nations (all its sources): #1
  • Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO): #1, #2
  • US Dept of Defense on Terrorists: #1
  • Various pro-Israel individuals as reliable sources: #1
  • Village Voice: #1
  • Wikibooks: #1
  • Wikipedia articles, #1, #2
  • WorldNetDaily: #1, #2
  • World Socialist web site: #1
  • Zionism-israel.com: #1
  • Zochrot, or "Nakba in Hebrew": #1


Links to General Issues Discussions[edit]

  • Academic works untranslated to English: #1
  • Age of a reference: #1
  • Academic vs. Non-academic authorities: #1
  • Alternative and/or free newspapers: #1, 2, #3
  • Biography/blurb/book jacket from a publisher: #1, #2, #3
  • Blogs from WP:RS Newspapers/magazines: #1, #2, #3, #4
  • Blogs, self-published: #1, #2
  • Blogs, university professors: #1
  • College newspapers: #1
  • Conference proceedings, papers, published and unpublished : #1, #2, #3, #4
  • Copyrighted external links (like RickRoss.com): #1
  • Court documents: #1, #2
  • Dictionaries: #1
  • Different versions (text) of same book: #1
  • Editorials in reliable sources: #1, #2
  • Email mailing lists or discussion forums as sources: #1, #2, #3, #4
  • "Extremist" source: #1
  • Etymological Sources: #1
  • Fan sites: #1
  • Freedom of Information (FOIA) sources: #1
  • Foreign Language Sources: #1, #2, 3
  • Foreign sources in English: 1
  • Forums and other user-edited sources: #1
  • Groups referred to as cults: #1
  • Heavy reliance on web sources: #1
  • "Independent" third party sources: #1
  • Industry specific trade journals: #1
  • Internal Organizational Information: #1
  • Internet Polls: #1
  • Leaked Documents: #1
  • Newspapers in countries without a free press: #1
  • Newspaper opinion columns on WP:BLP: #1
  • Newspaper articles, scans of old articles online: #1, #2
  • Newspaper and other reprints of Reliable Source articles, documents, especially by less or even non-reliable sources: #1, #2, #3, #4
  • Non Wikipedia Dictionaries and Encyclopedias: #1, #2
  • Notable organization self-published material: #1
  • Organizations Quotes about self, press releases: #1, #2
  • Petition signed by Eminent Academics: #1
  • Interviews officially archived online: #1
  • Interviews that are self-published: #1, #2
  • Link still good but unavailable (geo-blocking etc): #1
  • Primary vs. Secondary Sources (also see here): #1, #2
  • Reliable sources blanked out cause "wrong": #1
  • Religious publications/sources: #1, #2
  • Reviews Considered Opinion Pieces?: #1
  • Self-published own site: #1
  • Self-published photographs: #1
  • Sources quoted in other sources: #1
  • Source that advocates lying: #1
  • Think tanks: #1
  • Verifying sources not immediately verifiable: #1, #2
  • Vanity press publishing: #1
  • Deletion of WP:RS because of other wikipedia policies: #1