This page contains literature relevant to Sulha research.
A. Layish, A. Shmueli, “Shari’a in the Bedouin Family According to Legal Documents from the Judeaean Desert”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 42, No. 1, (1979.
A. Said, N. C. Funk, A. S. Kadayifci, “Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam” University Press of America, (2001). Chapter 9 “Rituals of Conciliation: Arab-Islamic Perspectives.
Irani, George E. “Rituals of Reconciliation: Arab-Islamic Perspectives”. Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ). Fall, 1998.
J. T. Barrett, J. Barrett, “A History of Alternative Dispute Resolution. Chapter 1: The Roots of ADR, The Deciding Stone to the European Law Merchant”. (August, 2004), Jossey-Bass.
L. Sebba, (1996), “Social Control and Justice: Inside or Outside the Law?” Ed. Leslie Sebba, Magnes Press, Jerusalem.
M. Abu-Nimer, “Conflict resolution Approaches: Western and Middle Eastern Lessons and Possiblities”. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 55, No. 1. (Jan. 1996.)
N. Tsafrir, (2006), “Arab Customary Law In Israel: Sulha Agreements and Israeli Courts”. Islamic Law and Society, No. 13. Vol. 1.
R. Shapiro, (2006) “It is Sulha’s Time” “Hapraklit” (The Advocate, in Hebrew), Vol. 48, No. 2, (Hebrew).
S. Nathan, “The Other Side of Israel, My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide”. Random House, (New York, 2005).
A Sulha ceremony took place in the Village of A’eblin, on February 21, 2009. This ceremony signaled the end of a conflict between the Salman and Farouni families, that started on July 23, 2005, when Taufique Farouni, age 66, murdered Dr. Nasser Nur Salman, a 66-years old gynecologist. Consequently, Taufique Farouni was found guilty of [...]
Sulha ceremony took place Feb 27, 2009, at the “Beit El Shaab” (People’s House) in Shefaamer near Nazareth. The ceremony brought to an end a conflict that started when on May 16, 2004, Whehebe Moheen, a man in his 60’s murdered Manal Najeeb Abu Raed, his widowed daughter in law, wife of his son, and [...]