For more maps and information
Further Information and a variety of maps are available from the sources cited in this post such as Palestine Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA), PalestineRemembered.com, Informed Comment, Negotiations Affairs Department, PA, and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
OCHA have just published a Humanitarian Atlas of Palestine showing very detailed maps of Israeli checkpoints, the Israeli Apartheid Wall and how it divides Palestinian towns and villages, the communities in each administrative area, water access for Palestinians, Bedouin forced transfer, Israeli settlements and fishing restrictions for Palestinians in Gaza. Access to this OCHA’s Humanitarian Atlas is available through the following link:
The geography of Palestine is a highly charged issue which necessitates informed and careful study of the sources available.