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Introduction Part 1 Holy Sites 1. Options for the Administration of the Holy Places in the Old City of Jerusalem, Yitzhak Reiter
2. A Security and Management Framework for the Holy Sites of the Old City, Michael Dumper 3.The International Law of Holy Places in the Old City of Jerusalem, Marshall Breger and Leonard Hammer 4. International Norms and the Preservation of Culture and Heritage in the Old City of Jerusalem: a Study of the Role of UNESCO, Michael Dumper Part II Archaeology, Property, and Economics On Archaeology 5. Archaeology and an Old City Special Regime, Nazmi al-Jubeh and Daniel Seidemann 6. Sustainable Management of Archaeology and Heritage in Jerusalem's Old City, Lynn Swartz Dodd On Property
7. Land Use and Ownership in the Old City of Jerusalem, Nazmi al-Jubeh and Daniel Seidemann 8. Property under the Old City Special Regime, Anneke Smit and David Viveash On Economics 9. Implications of Alternative Israeli-Palestinian Trade Agreements on the Jerusalem Old City Special Regime, Nadav Halevi and Ephraim Kleiman Index

About the Author

Tom Najem is Project Manager of the Jerusalem Old City Initiative and Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Windsor, Canada. Michael J. Molloy is Co-Director of the Jerusalem Old City Initiative and Senior Fellow at the University of Ottawa's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Canada. Michael Bell is Co-Director of the Jerusalem Old City Initiative, Adjunct Professor at the University of Windsor, and Senior Fellow at the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, Canada. John Bell is Co-Director of the Jerusalem Old City Initiative and Director of the Middle East and Mediterranean Programme at the Toledo International Center for Peace, Spain.

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In this third and final volume of The Jerusalem Old City Initiative, the authors have delved into what one has termed "ground zero" of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, namely the holy sites in Jerusalem. This volume reminds us that the issues related to the holy sites extend beyond Israelis and Palestinians, and are of immense importance to other important stakeholders, including the world community of Christian, Muslim and Jewish believers. As complex and emotionally-charged as religious issues in Jerusalem can be to all parties, the authors demonstrate practical and workable solutions for control, access, security and preservation of the dignity of the places holy to the three great monotheistic religions. This is a critical, must read for statesmen, negotiators and leaders of all faiths. It is an equally critical reminder that seemingly intractable problems, including religious problems, are resolvable.

Daniel Kurtzer, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University; former U.S. ambassador to Egypt and Israel

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