Peres Center for Peace
Non-partisan, non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion of peace in the Middle East, founded in 1997 by Nobel laureate Shimon Peres.
Wikipedia: Shimon Peres
Covers Shimon Peres' early life and political career from his first election to the Knesset in 1959 to his departure from the Labour Party in 2005 to support Ariel Sharon.
Jewish Virtual Library: Shimon Peres
Biographical profile of Shimon Peres, covering his career as a public servant, parliamentarian, and Prime Minister of the State of Israel.
Nobelprize.org: Shimon Peres
Biography of Shimon Peres, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1994. Links include the text of his Nobel lecture.
Members of the Knesset: Shimon Peres
Profile of Shimon Peres from the official Knesset website, listing his legislative activities, roles in the Israeli government, and more.
Wikiquote: Shimon Peres
Collection of quotes by the Polish-born Israeli Prime Minister.
Profile of the twice-Prime Minister of Israel from the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Crimes of Shimon Peres, The
Claims that Mr Peres has committed unambiguous violations of the Geneva Conventions Act 1957, the Criminal Justice Act 1988, and the Taking of Hostages Act 1982.
Viewpoint: Israel's Lightning Rod
2005 profile of the career of Shimon Peres by Jerusalem Post columnist Amotz Asa-El. From BBC News.