As much as librarians love having things appear in strict alphabetical order, there are times when we wish they wouldn't! When searching for "Israel", our online catalog creates an alphabetic list which interfiles the country Israel with people and organizations whose name begin with Israel.
To find publications put out by the state of Israel, do an author browse search. To find books about Israel, do a subject browse search.
The Library of Congress somewhat equates Israel with Jews. Jews outside of Israel are all shelved in the middle of the Israel section under DS 135. Groups of non-Jews living in Israel are shelved in specific sections (see below)
Books on Israel are generally shelved in DS 100-151.
General works ... DS 101-102
Jerusalem ... DS 109 (first description, then Temple Mount, other special places, history, etc.)
Other regions, towns ... DS 110 (in alphabetic order by place name)
Antiquities ... DS 111
Other groups living in Israel ... DS 113.8 (shelved alphabetically by group name)
History ... DS 114-128 (biography, historiography, general, political, by period (early to late))
Special topics ... DS 129-151
Antisemitism ... DS 145
Zionism ... DS 149-151 (general, then specific groups & movements, biography)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs guides the policy between Israel and another countries and looks out for Israelis in the diaspora. The site includes information for visitors to Israel.
This site focuses on Israel's contributions in the areas of health, technology, democracy, and culture.
Haaretz covers Israel, Jews, and world news.
This English language Israeli newspapers covers Israeli life as well as international news.
This site links to many israeli news sources.
"The bitterlemons publications reflect a joint Palestinian-Israeli effort to promote a civilized exchange of views about the Israel-Arab conflict and additional Middle East issues among a broad spectrum of participants."
"...dedicated to bringing positive programs about Israel to libraries across the nation and to promoting democratic values. We work to ensure that Israel's viewpoint is represented fairly in our libraries through books, periodicals, audiovisuals, online resources, and scheduled events."
Bard debunks myths about Israel, Israeli settlements, the Israel-Arab conflict, lives of Palestinians in the area and much more. The site contains a .pdf of the 2014 book with many updates.
Since the first printed map of Jerusalem appeared in the late 15th century until the beginning of the nineteenth century, when maps began to be based on accurate surveys, more than 300 maps of Jerusalem were designed and printed.
From the Eran Laor Cartographic Collection
This Bank of Israel sites explains israeli currency and show current and historical coins and bills.
On the Israel page of this Poetry site, they have links to 89 Israeli poets with a short biography, a bibliography, links to articles, and samples of their work.
"This collection, which constitutes a kind of "photographed history book" of the state of Israel, holds within it photographs of principal events and people in the life of the country as they have been documented by Government Press Office photographers over the years starting with the earliest days of the state and up until the present day. It also presents photographs by additional photographers, some from before the establishment of the state, who have donated their collections for the benefit of the citizens of Israel."