Recherche académique

Résumé des stratégies de recherche et publication pour le PIBS/PMNH (Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability / Palestine Museum of Natural History) :

  1. La recherche doit se concentrer sur la vision, la mission et les objectifs du PIBS/PMNH à l'Université de Bethléem (voir la page Qui sommes nous ?).

  2. Ces critères remplis (comme le soutien à la diversité naturelle et humaine), nous devons alors travailler sur les priorités de publication comme suit: a) Données existantes (voir les éléments d'action pour plus de détails): par exemple, Wadi Zarqa (pourrait résulter en un gros article ou une série d'articles); Jinsafut; Mémoire de maîtrise (permaculture, éducation, thèse de Wala, Elias, Najajrah); Article sur l'adaptation des chromosomes (Elias), b) Données provenant de subventions existantes: Darwin, NGS, projet de l'UE, patrimoine culturel, changement climatique, c) Nouvelles données obtenues non pas par le biais de subventions, mais importantes pour la biodiversité, la diversité humaine et la durabilité (par exemple, litière de feuilles, rééducation animale, éducation / sensibilisation, etc.).

  3. Des lignes directrices pour la recherche sont disponibles ici et des directives éthiques sont répertoriées sur notre page Lignes directrices.

  4. Des exemples de recherches ŕealisées par notre équipe sont listés ci-dessous (vous pouvez télécharger les fichiers PDF).

  5. Selon le Comité International des Rédacteurs en Chef de Revues Médicales et d'autres groupes de rédacteurs en chef, les lignes directrices pour la paternité d’un article comprennent : "un auteur doit être validé pour: a) la conception et la présentation de l'étude, ou l'analyse et l'interprétation des données; b) la rédaction de l'article ou la révision critique de son contenu; c) l’approbation finale de la version à publier; d) la responsabilité de tous les aspects du travail, en veillant à ce que les questions liées à l'exactitude ou à l'intégrité de toute partie de celui-ci soient correctement examinées."

Sur la base de ces critères, nos priorités de recherche ont été déterminées par des groupes de discussion comme suit :

  • Conservation de la biodiversité et systématique : données de Wadi Al-Makhrour (pour l'initiative Darwin), questions de politique en matière de conservation et stratégies nationales (pour les conseils en évaluation externe de la qualité et la subvention belge), orchidées de la Cisjordanie, l’unité de réhabilitation animale, conseil en biodiversité pour l’étude de l’impact environnemental, etc.

  • Conservation de la diversité humaine / patrimoine culturel : Pour la subvention de l'UE, particulièrement axée sur les racines et la durabilité, l'unité dans la diversité. Cananéens, origines linguistiques, patrimoine nous connectant à la terre et à la nature (cela aide également à obtenir des données collectées dans le cadre du dernier projet du British Council qui s'est terminé en 2019)

  • Education / sensibilisation à l'environnement : comme le document sur lequel nous avons travaillé avec Khawla Abualia et le document sur l'éducation au changement climatique avec Zoi. Il y a un besoin de beaucoup plus d'apprentissage centré sur l’étudiant, d’objets d’apprentissage, etc.

  • Agriculture / production durable (subventions Darwin et UE) : permaculture, agrobiodiversité, aquaponie, etc.

  • Santé / zoologie médicale : pour la subvention du MOEHE (par exemple, les moustiques de Cisjordanie peuvent ajouter Galilée), nous pouvons maintenant ajouter des choses comme la zoonétique.

  • Gestion et recherche organisationnelle : Nous avons publié des articles sur la façon dont nous construisons le musée et l'institut, comment nous les gérons, et nous travaillons maintenant sur la structure du jardin urbain. Nous pouvons faire des recherches sur des thèmes comme la gestion de crise des subventions dans un pays en développement, la collecte de fonds, etc.

Récemment, nous avons lancé un projet axé sur la recherche (plus la conservation et l'éducation) financé par l'initiative de paix de l'UE. Des subventions sont disponibles pour les projets de recherche répondant aux critères affichés.

Vous pouvez voir les titres et télécharger une sélection d’articles de recherche ci-dessous. Nous avons publié et continuons à travailler sur des domaines tels que la génotoxicité, les effets des colonies industrielles israéliennes, la faune et la flore, les plantes médicinales, l'étude faunique des aires protégées, la biodiversité, l'écologie, l'éducation, la muséologie, la systématique et l'ethnoécologie. Nous avons également mis en place un service de recherche et un laboratoire de cytogénétique clinique pour les cancers, l'infertilité et les malformations congénitales. Actuellement, des projets de recherche sont conduits par des étudiants de maîtrise, des étudiants de premier cycle et des bénévoles, sur divers sujets. Pour les bases de données publiques, nous avons organisé une liste accessible via ce lien lien.

Quelques unes de nos publications

  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. & M. Abusarhan. 2020. An Environmental Nakba: The Palestinian Environment Under Israeli Colonization. Science for the People, (Special issue: Science Under Occupation). 23(1).
  • Saeed, R. & M.B. Qumsiyeh. 2020. Assessing long-term changes in the raptor fauna of the Fertile Crescent by reference to the nineteenth century works of Canon HB Tristram. Sandgrouse, 42: 69-77.
  • Thaler et al. 2020. Macrofungi from The Hebron and Jerusalem Hills of Palestine. Mycotaxon, 135(1): 1-23.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. & Z.S. Amr. 2020. Protection of endangered ecosystems via establishing museum research and education facilities: Experience from Palestine and proposal for the Arabian Gulf. Museums in the Middle East Journal (UAE), 1: 29-32.
  • McHugh et al. In press. Agriculture connected to ecosystems and sustainability: A Palestine World Heritage Site as a case study. , .
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. & A. Amro. 2020. Liberation from Mental colonization: A case study of the indigenous people of Palestine. The Routledge Handbook of Postcolonial Social Work, .
  • Handal et al. 2019. Status and Conservation of the Striped Hyena in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (West Bank). Jordan Journal of Natural History, 6: 11-18.
  • Handal, E.N. & Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2019. The First Record of a Bat Found Ensnared by a Plant in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Jordan Journal of Natural History, 6:58-59.
  • Handal, E.N. & Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2019. First Record of the Western Conifer Seed Bug Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann, 1910 (Heteroptera, Coreidae) from Palestine. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 12(5): 657-658.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2019. Wadi Zarqa al-Ulwi Protected Area: Actions for Environmental Sustainability. TWIP, vol 255, July, pp 16-20.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2019. A green oasis in increasingly urbanized Palestine. TWIP, vol 255, July, pp 52-55.
  • Najajrah et al. 2019. Systematic list, geographic distribution and ecological significance of lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) from the West Bank (Central Palestine). Zootaxa , 4664 (1):1–46.
  • Khan Aikins et al. 2019. Monitoring Natural Resources in Protected Areas. CEBioS , PB nr. 14.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2018. Environmental Effects of the Occupation and Palestine Museum of Natural History. Jerusalem: Sabeel. Kumi Now: An inclusive call for nonviolent action to achieve a Just Peace, pp. 264-273.
  • Handal et al. 2018. Mantids (Dictyoptera: Mantodea) from the Palestinian Territories with an updated list. ARTICULATA, 33: 91–105.
  • Zaid et al. 2018. Cytogenetic abnormalities in acute leukemia patients from occupied Palestine. Jordan Medical Journal, 52(3):137-145.
  • Goupil, T. & M.B. Qumsiyeh . 2018. Felix-Marie Abel and his vision of nature in Palestine: Géographie de la Palestine revisited. Arab World Geographer, 21(2-3): 128-140.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. & R. Saeed. 2018. Orientalist depictions of Jerusalem and Palestine versus anthropological and biological diversity. Ya Quds Academic Cultural Newsletter, 4: 12-16.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. & EN Handal. 2018. Ecotourism: Opening a Natural Window to Palestine. This Week in Palestine, 244: 38-42.
  • Amr et al. 2018. Diversity and Ecology of the land snails of the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Zoology and Ecology, 28(1):25-35.
  • Amr et al. 2018. Systematics, distribution and ecological analysis of rodents in Jordan. Zootaxa, 4397 (1): 1-94.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2018. Deir Yassin to Netanyahu: Are We Closer to Liberation? Isolationist societies cannot survive in a globalized world. Islamic Horizon, 47(4):48-49.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2017. Fi Altanawu3 Jamal wa Istidama MUqabel Alharb walHalak (in diversity is strength and sustainability as opposed to conflict and destruction). Islamochristiana, 43:1-20.
  • Handal, E.N. & Z.S. Amr. 2017. Additional localities for the Flower chafers (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Cetoniinae) from the Palestinian Territories (West Bank). Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 11(4): 389- 393.
  • Sawalha et al. 2017. Diversity, ecology, and seasonality of sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of the Jenin District (Palestinian Territories). Journal of Vector Ecology, 42(1):120-129.
  • Handal, E.N. 2017. First record of Deroplax silphoides from the West Bank – Palestine. Entomologia Hellenica, 26: 13-16.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2017. Nature and Resistance in Palestine. Active Arab Voices, .
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2017. Is a ‘third’ intifada possible?. In Jamie Weiner (editor) “Moment Of Truth: Tackling Israel-Palestine’s Toughest Questions” OR Books, Pp 245-248.
  • Abusarhan et al. 2017. Grasshoppers and Locusts (Orthoptera: Caelifera) from the Palestinian Territories at the Palestine Museum of Natural History. Zoology and Ecology, 27(2): 143–155.
  • Adawi et al. 2017. On some Records of Dragonflies (Insecta: Odonata: Anisoptera) from the West Bank (Palestine). Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 10(3): 151-157.
  • Abualia et al. In press. Environmental education and awareness for behavioral change in a developing country under the stresses of occupation. Pacific Ecologist, .
  • Kilani A, K. Abualia, and MB Qumsiyeh. In press. Incidence and types of chromosome abnormalities in a cohort of leukemic patients in the occupied Palestinian Territories. , .
  • مازن قمصية. . دروس من المقاومة في فلسطين إلى الربيع العربي. نشر في كتاب "مؤتمر الربيع العربي من منظور حقوق الإنسان" الجامعة العربية الأمريكية جنين, .
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2017. Nature museums and botanical gardens for environmental conservation in developing countries. Bioscience, .
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2017. Role of museums and botanical gardens in ecosystem services in developing countries: Case study and outlook. Intl J Env Studies, 74(2): 340-350.
  • Qumsiyeh, MB & Amr, ZS. 2016. Protected Areas in the Occupied Palestine Territories. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Special issue 1, 3: 25-46.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2016. Fauna of Wadi Al-Quf: Invertebrates. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Special issue 1, 3: 80-87.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2016. Fauna of Wadi Al-Quf: Amphibians, Reptiles and Mammals. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Special issue 1, 3: 70-79.
  • Khalilieh, A. 2016. Avifaunal baseline assessment of Wadi Al-Quff Protected Area and its Vicinity, Hebron, Palestine. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Special issue 1, 3: 47-57.
  • Al Sheikh, B. & M. Mahassneh. 2016. Flora of Wadi Al-Quff Protected Area, Hebron Governorate, Palestine. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Special issue 1, 3: 47-57.
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2016. Biodiversity Conservation Of Wadi Al-Quff Protected Area: Challenges And Opportunities. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Special issue 1, 3: 6-24.
  • Handal et al. 2016. Some records of reptiles from the Palestinian Territories. Russian Journal of Herpetology, 23(4):261-270.
  • Abusarhan et al. 2016. Some records of butterflies (Lepidoptera) from the Palestinian Territories. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 9(1):11-23.
  • Khlaif, N. & M.B. Qumsiyeh. 2016. Genotoxicity of recycling electronic waste in Idhna, Hebron District, Palestine. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 73:1-9.
  • Kessens, S. 2016. Growth rate and health aspects of leafy vegetables produced in small-scale aquaponic systems with fish fed on conventional and insect-based fish food. Thesis, Institut für Agrarwissenschaften / Institute of Agricultural Sciences (IAS), ETH Zurich, open access.
  • Amr et al. 2016. Change of diet of the Eurasian Eagle Owl, Bubo bubo, suggest decline in biodiversity in Wadi Al Makhrour, Bethlehem Governorate, Palestinian Territories. Slovak Raptor Journal, 10:75-79.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2016. Scientific research towards environmental justice and sustainability in Palestine. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference On Energy & Environmental Protection In Sustainable Development, (Hebron, 4-6 April 2016).
  • Handal et al. 2015. Some records of Freshwater Snail from the Occupied Palestinian territories. Jordan Journal of Natural History, 1(2):23-29.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2015. Review of “Foundations of Museum Studies: Evolving Systems of Knowledge”, by Kiersten F. Latham and John E. Simmons, Libraries Unlimited, Santa Barbara. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 73(1):153-155.
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2015. Scientific Research as a basis for education and environmental conservation: Examples from Palestinian governorates. Sixth Environmental Conference of the Environmental Education Center, Beit Jala, .
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2015. Biodiversity of Wadi Quff: Fauna. In Management Plan of Wadi Quff, EQA and IUCN, Ramallah.
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2014. The karyotype of the Diplocentrid Nebo with comments on scorpion chromosomal evolution. Cytologia, 79(2):1-4.
  • Salman et al. 2014. Distribution and Cytogenetics of Amphibians from the occupied Palestinian territories (West Bank of Jordan). Jordan Natural History Journal, 1(1):86-98.
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2014. Decline in Vertebrate biodiversity in Bethlehem, Palestine. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 7(2):101-107.
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2014. Cytogenetics and Y chromosome microdeletion analysis for a cohort of Palestinian azoospermic and oligozoospermic men. Jordan Medical Journal, 48(1):34-39.
  • Hammad, K. & M.B. Qumsiyeh. 2013. Genotoxic Effects of Israeli Industrial Settlement Pollutants on Palestinian Residents of Bruqeen Village (Salfit). International Journal of Environmental Studies, 70(4):655-622.
  • Qumsiyeh et al. 2013. Records of scorpions from the Palestinian Territories, with the first chromosomal data (Arachnida: Scorpiones). Zoology in the Middle East, 59(1), 70-76.
  • Qumsiyeh, MB & J. Isaaq. 2012. Research and Development in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Challenges and Opportunities. Arab Studies Quarterly, 34(3): 158-172.
  • مازن قمصية ومحمد نجاجره والياس حنضل 2015 البحث العلمي أساس للتعليم والحفاظ على البيئة: أمثلة من محافظات فلسطينية. كتاب أبحاث المؤتمر البيئي السادس. مركز التعليم البيئي – بيت لحم
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B. 2013. The coming Environmental Nakba. Pp 57-59 in The Third Palestinian Environmental Awareness and Education, Conference. EEC, Bethlehem.
  • Amr et al. 2006. Bat Diversity and Conservation in Jordan. Turkish Journal of Zoology, , 30:235-244.
  • Benkhalifa M, S Kasakyan, P Clement, M Baldi, G Tachdjian. A Demirol, T Gurgam, F Fiorentino, M Mohammad, MB Qumsiyeh. Array comparative genomic hybridization profiling of first trimester products of conception that failed to grow in vitro. Prenatal Diagnosis, 2005; 894-900.
  • Benkhalifa M, S Kahraman, MD A Biricik, S Serteyl, E Domez,Y Kumtepe, M B Qumsiyeh. Cytogenetic abnormalities and the failure of development after round spermatid injections. Fertility and Sterility 2004, 81(5):1283-1288.
  • Ahmed, M. N., G. R. DeLong, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Postnatal Developmental delay (PNDD) and chromosome abnormalities. Clinical Pediatrics 2000, 39:233-235.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B., S. Barker, S. Dover, P. K. Kennedy, and M. P. Kennedy. A potential model for early stages of chromosomal evolution by concentric Robertsonian fans: a large area of polymorphism in southern short-tailed shrews (Blarina carolinensis). Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 1999, 87(1-2):27-31
  • Ashley-Koch, A., C.M. Wolpert, L. Zaeem, M. M. Menold, M. B. Qumsiyeh et al. Genetic studies of autistic disorders and chromosome 7. Genomics. 1999, 61:227-236.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Chromosome abnormalities in the placenta and spontaneous abortions. J. Matern.-Fetal Med. 1998, 7:210-212.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. , Z. S. Amr, R. M. Al-Oran. Further records of bats from Jordan and a synopsis. Turkish J. Zoology. 1998, 22:277-284.
  • DeCastro, C. M., S. M. Rabe, S. D. Langdon, D. E. Fleenor, M. N. Ahmed, M. B. Qumsiyeh, R. E. Kaufman. Genomic structure and chromosomal localization of PE-2 (ERF), a novel ETS factor with potential tumor suppressor properties. Genomics., 1997, 42:200-207.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., J. L. Coate, J. A. Peppers, P. K. Kennedy, M. L. Kennedy. Robertsonian chromosomal rearrangements in the short-tailed shrew, Blarina carolinensis in western Tennessee. Cytogenet Cell Genet. 1997, 76:153-158.
  • Benkhalifa, M., Y. Menezo, L. Janny, J. L. Pouly, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Cytogenetics of uncleaved oocytes and arrested zygotes in IVF programs. J. Assisted Repr. & Genetics. 1996, 13(2):140-148.
  • Benkhalifa, M., P. Malet, M. B. Qumsiyeh, D. Boucher, V. Belliec, Y. Menzo. Chromosome aberrations in normal and translocated human sperm: role in reproduction pathology. Referens. Geneo. Obstet. 1994, 2(3):288-296.
  • Qumsiyeh, Mazin B. 1994. Evolution of Number and Morphology of Mammalian Chromosomes. J Hered. 85 (6): 455-465.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and J. W. Bickham. Chromosomes and relationships of long eared bats of the genera Plecotus and Otonycteris. Journal of Mammalogy. 1993, 74(2):376-382.
  • Amr, Z. S. and Qumsiyeh, M. B. Records of bat flies from Jordan, Libya, and Algeria. Entomological News. 1993, 104(1):43-46.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., Z. S. Amr, and D. M. Shafi. Status and conservation of the carnivores of Jordan (Mammalia: Carnivora). Mammalia. 1993, 57(1):55-62.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., Z. S. Amr, and A. M. Disi. Systematics and distribution of the bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) of Jordan. Dirasat (Jordan Univ. Publications). 1992, 9B(2):101-118.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Karyotype of the East European hedgehog, Erinaceus concolor from Jordan. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkundliche. 1991, 56:375-377.
  • Tharapel, S. A., M. B. Qumsiyeh, and G. Photopulos. Numerical chromosome abnormalities associated with early clinical stages of gynecologic tumors. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics. 1991, 55:89-96.
  • Qumsiyeh, M.B., E. D. Dempster, M. J. Hamilton and R. J. Baker. Cytogenetics and systematics of the rodent genus Gerbillurus. Journal of Mammalogy, 1991, 72(1):89-96.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., J. N. Peeden, R. S. Wilroy, and A. T. Tharapel. High resolution replication banding combined with in situ hybridization for the delineation of a subtle chromosome rearrangement. American Journal of Medical Genetics. 1991, 41:99-101.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and Z. S. Amr. Mammals of Jordan: Rodents. Al-Reem (Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature). 1991, 44:19-20. [En arabe].
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. A. Schlitter. Cytogenetic data on the rodent family Gerbillidae. Occasional Papers of the Museum, Texas Tech University 1991, 144:1-20.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. P. Suttle. Localization of the adenosine deaminase, transferrin, and UMP synthetase genes on Chinese hamster chromosomes 4 and 6 by in situ hybridization. Journal of Heredity, 1990, 81(2):111-116.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., S.W. King, J. Arroyo-Cabrales, I. R. Aggundey, D. A. Schlitter, R. J. Baker, and K.J. Morrow. Complex chromosomal and immunological evolution in the morphologically similar species of murid rodents of the Mastomys/Praomys Complex. Journal of Heredity, 1990, 81(1):58-65.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Chromosomal fissions and phylogenetic hypotheses: Cytogenetic and allozymic variation between species of Meriones (Rodentia, Gerbillidae).Occasional Papers of the Musuem, Texas Tech Univ., 1989, 132:1-16.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., M. B. Valentine, and D. P. Suttle. Localization of the gene for uridine monophosphate synthase to human chromosome region 3q13 by insitu hybridization. Genomics, 1989, 5:160-162.
  • Baker, R. J., M. B. Qumsiyeh, and I. L. Rautenbach. Evidence for eight tandem and five centric fusions in the karyotype of Aethomysnamaquensis. Genetica, 1988, 76:161-169.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., R. D. Owen, and R. K. Chesser. Differential rates of protein and chromosome evolution in bats of the family Rhinolophidae.Genome, 1988, 30:326-335.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., R. J. Baker, S. Davis, J. C. Patton, and C. S. Hernandez. Chromosomal evolution in Geomys as revealed by G- and C-band studies. Southwestern Naturalist , 1988, 33(1):1-13.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Pattern of heterochromatic variation and phylogeny in the rodent family Gerbillidae. Texas Journal of Science, 1988, 40:63-70.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and R. J. Baker. Comparative cytogenetics and the determination of primitive karyotypes. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 1988, 47:100-103
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and R. K. Chesser. Rates of protein, chromosome, and morphologic evolution in four genera of Rhombomyine gerbils. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 1988, 16(1):89-103.
  • Owen, R. D. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. The subspecies problem in the trident leaf-nosed bat, Aselliatridens: homomorphism in widely separated populations. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 1987, 6:329-337.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., M. J. Hamilton, and D. A. Schlitter. Problems of using Robertsonian rearrangements in determining monophyly: examples from the genera Tatera and Gerbillurus.Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 1987, 44:198-208.
  • Schlitter, D. A., I. R. Aggundey, M. B. Qumsiyeh, K. Nelson, and R. L. Honeycutt. Taxonomic and distributional records on bats from Kenya. Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1986, 55(12):297-302.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B., D. A. Schlitter, and A. M. Disi. New records and karyotypes of small mammals from Jordan. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 1986, 51:139-146.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Phylogenetic studies of the rodent family Gerbillidae: I. Chromosomal evolution in the southern African group. Journal of Mammalogy, 1986, 67:680-692.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and R. J. Baker. G- and C-banded karyotypes of the Rhinopomatidae (Microchiroptera). Journal of Mammalogy, 1985, 66:541-544.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Occurrence and zoogeographical implications of Myotisblythi (Tomes, 1857) in Libya. Mammalia (Paris), 1983, 47(3):429-430.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. A. Schlitter. The bat fauna of Jabal al Akhdar, North East Libya. Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1982, 51(19):377-389.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. A. Schlitter. Bat records from Mauritania, Africa (Mammalia: Chiroptera). Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1981, 50(13):345-351.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. New records of bats from Jordan.Säugetierk. Mitt. 1980, 28(1): 36-39.

Livres publiés

  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Une histoire populaire de la Résistance palestinienne. Edition Demi-Lune, Saint-Gewrmaine, 2013.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Al-Muqawama Al-Sha’biya Fi Falastin, published by Muwattin in Ramallah, 2011.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Popular Resistance in Palestine: A History of Hope and Empowerment, Pluto Press, 2010.
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Compartir la tierra de Canaán: Derechos Humanos y el Conflicto Israelí-Palestino. (Updated and with an introduction about the role of Latin America), Editorial Canaan, Argentina, 2007
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle, Pluto Press, 2004
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Mammals of the Holy Land, Texas Tech Press, 1996
  • Qumsiyeh, M. B. Bats of Egypt, Texas Tech Press, 1986 (including bats of Palestine) PDF