Ariga sounds Italian. It's not. Nor is it
Greek, Phoenician or Turkish. It is a Hebrew word meaning weave,
in other words, what we all try to do on the web.
At various times Ariga has been an hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, bi-monthly and quarterly, depending on how much time is available to deal with it. Archives of past Ariga front pages can be found here
Ariga also includes
Robert Rosenberg's highly acclaimed Avram Cohen Mystery Quartet. One of the world's first e-books (online since 1995), is The Cutting Room, unfortunately now out of print, is available to Ariga visitors as a zipped file. Unzip it into a subdirectory on your hard disk and go into it using your browser, opening the index.htm file first. First chapters of Crimes of the City, House of Guilt and An Accidental Murder are all available online, with links to purchasing the books at Amazon, as well.
Peace Activist Connections, Links and Documents
Human Rights Groups in Israel and Palestine
Yitzhak Rabin's Last Speech
Treaties and historic documents -- From the Balfour Declaration to Now
PeaceWatch -- Keeping track of the process
Mideastweb.org an educational site
Ha'aretz Israel's best daily newspaper (in English)
More Off-site Peace Links
Contact Them -- Email and Fax numbers for U.S., European, Israeli, UN, and Palestinian officials
New: I'm trying out a guestbook -- reserving the right to edit, delete or comment on letters.
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