|Division on Middle East and International Terrorism Featured Reports|
The American Jewish Committee's Division on Middle East and International Terrorism (DMEIT) is the only unit of its kind within the Jewish organizational world. Established by AJC in 1999, DMEIT grew out of AJC's decade-long effort to draw attention to the terrorist threat facing the United States, Israel, and the Western world.
Op-ed: U.S. Prisons Create Terrorists
The Fiqh Council's Fatwa - Actions, Not Words, Needed
The New Leadership of Hamas: A Profile of Khalid Al-Mishal
Hatred Unmasked Hamas Speaks
Hamas—The Islamic Resistance Movement of Palestine
Hizballah: A Mega-Terrorist Organization
Al-Qa'ida, Iran, and Hizballah: A Continuing Symbiosis
The New Leadership of Hamas: A Profile of Khalid Al-Mish'al
Hizballah: "The Party of God"
Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine
The Brooklyn Bridge Shooting
An Independent Review and Assessment
Brief description of the AMIA bombing and AJC's involvement.
AJC Statements on Terrorism
A Glimmer of Hope: The AMIA Bombing, Five Years Later
A Tangled Road to Justice: The AMIA Trial Nine Years Later
A Cover-Up Exposed:The 1994 AMIA Bombing Case Hits the Wall
Peru President Tells AJC Luncheon: No Place For Ambiguity in Fight Against Terrorism