— Fulcher, Merlin, “Legal Row Hit Israeli National Library,” The Architects Journal, January 17, 2013

Peleg-Rotem, Hagit, “National Library Shows Price of Philanthropy”, Globes, January 13, 2013

Moran, Meirav, “Court Discusses Ousting of National Library Architect,” Globes, January 6, 2013

Zandberg, Esther, “Who Will Design Israel’s New National Library? A tale of Rumors, Conspiracies, and Cultural Treasures,” Ha’aretz, December 20, 2012

Rosenblum, Keshet, Zandberg, Esther, “Copyright spat with colleague forces architect Rafi Segal from new National Library project”, Ha’aretz, December 14, 2012

Rosenblum, Keshet, “Jerusalem official demands ‘Zionist architect’ for National Library”, Ha’aretz, November 6, 2012

Ivy, Benjamin, “Architect Rafi Segal’s Understated Approach,” Forward –The Jewish Daily, Arts & Culture, October 27, 2012

— Fulcher, Merlin, “Rafi Segal scoops Israeli National Library Job,” The Architects Journal, September 17, 2012

Rosenblum, Keshet, “Architect chosen and plans unveiled for Jerusalem’s new National Library,” Ha’aretz, September 13, 2012

Dvir, Noam, “A look into the life of one of Israel’s most important, yet forgotten architects,” Ha’aretz, January 19, 2012

Keith, Kelsey, “Architects Rethinking Housing for the 21st Century City,” Curbed New York, November 17, 2011

Kimmelman, Michael, “Imagining Housing for Today,” The New York Times (Arts), November 16, 2011

Bernstein, Fred A., “Rethinking Ways to Divide Living Space,” The New York Times (Real Estate), November 10, 2011

Rodriguez, Cindy, “Architects Attempt to Make Illegal Apartments Safe, Well Designed,” WNYC, (WNYC News Blog), November 7, 2011

— Zvi Hecker, Rafi Segal and Eyal Weizman : correspondence, Perspecta 36 – Yale Architectural Journal, MIT press, 2005, p.60

— Viegas, Camila – ‘Interview with Rafi Segal’, ARC, issue 2, Spring 05, pp. 39-44

— LeVine, Mark – Review of A civilian Occupation: The Politics of Israeli Architecture, Journal of Palestine Studies, Winter 2005

— Pons, J.C. – Aliyens – Revue d’etudes palestiniennes, Automne 2004, p. 106-109

— Vittori, Isabelle – Une Occupation civile – Le Monde Diplomatique, Septmebre 2004, p.34

— Une Occupation civile : la politique de l’architecture Israelienne, Critique d’art, Automne 2004

— Vermes Jean, “Une Occupation Civile- la politique de l’architecture israelienne”, Techniques et Architecture, June-July, 2004

Easterling Keller, ‘Planning Weaponry’ (book review of Territories), Harvard design magazine, fall/winter 2004, number 21, pp. 94-96

— Viegas Camila, ‘Setorizacao ethnica – entrevista: Rafi Segal’ (interview with Rafi Segal, in Portugese), AU – Arquitetura & Urbanismo, Brazil, September 2004, pp. 68-72

— Hal Foster in ‘Stocktaking 2004: nine questions about the present and future of design,’ Harvard design magazine, spring/summer 2004, number 20, p.17-18

— Colard Jean-Max, ‘Territories archi-occupes,’ agitpop, les Inrockuptibles, June 22, 2004

— Chaslin François, ‘Librairie: la politique de l’architecture israelienne,’ Metropolitains no. 225, May 26, 2004

— Løgstrup Johanne, ‘ Graensen forklaedt som øer,’ Information (in Danish), June 2, 2004

de Waal Alan, ‘Territorisme og utopisk terror’, Information (in Danish), June 2, 2004

— Ellis Victoria, book reviews (A Civilian Occupation), The Darlington and Stockton Times, February 20, 2004

— Derine David, ‘ Palmach Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1998’ in Stone Architecture, London, McGraw Hill 2003, pp. 152-154

— Leonard John, new books (reviews), Harpers magazine, February 2004, p. 74

Schalit Joel, “ A Civilian Occupation: the politics of israeli Architecture”, San Francisco Bay Guardian, February 25, 2004.

— Vanderbilt Tom, ‘International best of 2003,’ Artforum, December 2003, p. 130

— “A Civilian Occupation”, Publishers Weekly; the International News magazine of book publishing and book selling, December 22, 2003

— Mazower Mark, “The Promised Land,”, New Statesman, August 12, 2003

— Beyn Ariane, Ladewig Rebekka, “Territories; an interview with Rafi Segal“ Neue Review, no. 2, July, 2003

— Ostrower Jessica, “A Civilian Occupation: the Politics of Israeli Architecture,” Art in America, July, 2003

— Von Christiane Meixner, “Raume und ihre Politik,” Die Welt, June 17, 2003

— Von Christiane Meixner, “Die Sprache der Macht,” Berliner Morgenpost, June 17, 2003

— Tobias Timm, “Bewohnen, Uberwachen und Strafen,” Süddeutsche Zeitung, June 16, 2003

— Beck Eldad, “Settlers in the Museum,” Yedioth Ahronoth, June 8, 2003 (Heb)

— Heissenbuttel Dietrich, “Die Politik der vollendeten Tatsachen,” Springerin, fruhjahr (spring) 2003, pp. 34-38

— Sterngast Tal, “Kartographie der zivilen Besatzung,” www.Netzeitung.de, May 21, 2003

— Morhayim Lusi, “Israil Mimarisi,” (interview with Rafi Segal), Portfolyo, March-April 2003, pp. 66-72

— Chasin Noah, “A Civilian Occupation”, Timeout – New York, no. 390 March 20-27, 2003

— Zandberg Ester, ” Civilian Occupation”, Ha’aretz, January 23, 2003 (Heb)

— Dudai Naomi, “Mythos,” Jerusalem Post, October 17, 2002 (Heb)

— Steinberger Petra, “Schöne Aussichten,” Süddeutsche Zeitung vol no. 41, October 11, 2002, pp. 20-24

— “Question de Limite,” L’Architecture D’Aujourdoui, Sept-Oct 2002.

— Gur Batia, “A Crack in the Myth,” Ha’aretz, October 11, 2002 (Heb)

Zandberg Ester, “Israel is Not Only Army,” Ha’aretz, October 3, 2002 (Heb)

— Pavall, Kerstin, “Arkitektur som Vapen,” Arkitekten, September 2002, pp. 4-5

— Esakov Liyat, “The Politics of (Israeli) Architecture,” NY arts Vol. 7 no.9, September 2002, pp. 55

— Karpf Anne, Jewish Chronicle, August 31, 2002

— Shohat Zipi, ” The Revenge and its Punishment,” Ha’aretz, August 18, 2002 (Heb)

Riding Alan, “Are Politics Built into Architecture,” The New York Times, (Arts & Ideas), August 10, 2002

— Addley Esther, “Lines in the Sand,” Guardian, July 25, 2002

— Zandberg Ester, “There is no Architecture per se”, Ha’aretz July 25, 2002 (Hebrew)

— Ahnfeldt-Mollerup Merete, “Kritiske Israelske Arkitekter censuret,” Information, July 23, 2002

— Zandberg Ester, “The Drafting Table as a Battle Field,” Ha’aretz, July 19, 2002 (Heb)

— Blackler Zoî, “Israelis in Berlin Censorship Row,” The Architects’ Journal, July 18, 2002

— Hilder Paul, “Professionals in Israel,” Open Democracy, July 17, 2002

— Matza Michael, “Art, as an indictment of Israel”, Philadelphia Inquirer, July 14, 2002.

— Zandberg Ester, “The Uninvolved,” Ha’aretz July 14, 2002

Zandberg Ester, “‘Political brochure’ leads Architects Union to cancel exhibition in Berlin,” Ha’aretz July 10, 2002

— Zandberg Ester, “About the urge to create a New World,” Ha’aretz, May 1, 2002 (Hebrew)

— Zandberg Ester, “A Prize for Past Buildings and Future Architecture,” Ha’aretz, December 25, 2001 (Hebrew)

— Zandberg Ester, “A public Park on the 17th Floor,” Ha’aretz – Herald Tribune edition, February 8, 2001

— Pehnt Wolfgang, “Zwei Ahren und ein Schwert,” Faz, December 29, 2001 (German).

— Rieger Andrea, “Architecktur als Lanschaft,” architektur, Dez. 2000 pp. 60-65

— Cook Peter, “Rough Cuts,” Architecture, October 1998

— Margalit Talia, “Things you see from there,” Ha’aretz, June 18, 1999 (Hebrew)

— Hollenstein Roman, “The Palmach History Museum, Tel Aviv” DOMUS 813, March 1999, pp. 8-15

— Loriers Marie-Christine, “Murs de Sable,” Techniques & Architecture, April 1999, pp. 54-57

— Boeckel Matthias, “Palmach Museum Tel-Aviv”, Architektur Aktuell, 232, September 1999, pp.56-61

— Bass David, “Ground Force”, Blueprint, October 1999, pp. 34-37

— Neeman Idit, “Optical Illusion”, Binyan Vedior vol no.53, Dec-Jan, 1998

— Zur Uzi, “The Shattering of Nimrod,” Ha’aretz, July 3, 1998 (Hebrew)

— “The National Military Museum,” Architecture no. 98, 1996, pp. 50-51

— “The Young Artist Award” catalogue, the Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture, 1996

— Blich Bilu, “Tel-Aviv Project: The Substitute,” Studio 76, October-November, 1996, pp. 74-75 (Hebrew)

— Lahav Galia, “Tel Aviv Chaotic and Functional,” Globs, Communication and culture section, June 14, 1996 (Hebrew)

— Zandberg Ester, “Gotham City on the Mediterranean Beach,” Ha’aretz, May 30, 1996 (Hebrew)

— Zvi Efrat, “Competition for the National Military Museum” – Studio Magazine no. 71, April 1996 (Hebrew)