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Introduced 2000
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry PNINA
Sponsor PITA
Intended use Entities connected with the
 State of Palestine
Registration restrictions 2nd-level registrations unrestricted; 3rd-level registrations may have limitations based on which 2nd-level domain they are within
Structure May register at second level or beneath generic 2nd-level categories at 3rd level
Documents IANA reports: Delegation (2000), Redelegation (2004); ICANN MoU
Dispute policies DRS Policy

.ps is the Internet country code top-level domain ccTLD officially assigned to the State of Palestine.[1] It is administered by the Palestinian National Internet Naming Authority.[2]

Registrations are processed by certified registrars.

The Internationalized country code top-level domain for the State of Palestine is .فلسطين, which is represented as .xn--ygbi2ammx in Punycode.[2]

Second level domains

Registrations can be made at the second-level as well as at seven third-level domain names:[3]

  • .ps: Any Palestinian Commercial or Personal Entity.
  • Commercial Entities.
  • ISP's and Network Companies.
  • NGO's and Nonprofit organizations.
  • Educational Institutions.
  • institutions of the PNA and Government.
  • institutions of the PLO.
  • for security organizations of Palestine.


  1. ^ Delegation Record for .PS
  2. ^ a b
  3. ^ PNINA

External links

  • Official website PNINA
  • Official website PNINA
  • List of .ps certified registrars
  • IANA .ps whois information
  • CR for .PS

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