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New poll: most of us are wrong

More than half of Israelis who support the two-state solution think that they are a minority. They are wrong. A new poll shows that only 28% of Israelis think there is a majority who supports the two-state solution, while the actual percentage of supporters is 53%. On the Palestinian side, a majority of 52% supports the two-state solution and only 45% oppose it.

For the full poll conducted by the Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research (TSC), Tel Aviv University and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in Ramallah, with funding from the European Union (EU) and the Netherlands Representative Office in Ramallah.


The Geneva Initiative's new political course in Ashkelon


After concluding several successful political courses across the country (including in Afula, Ashdod and Ramat-Gan), the Geneva Initiative ran a course in the southern city of Ashkelon throughout February and March. Next on the agenda: a tour of east Jerusalem and a workshop with graduates of a parallel Palestinian course.
The course attracted a very diverse group of highly politically active participants, including members of the local council, managers of educational and cultural centers operating in the city and party activists from very diverse ideological backgrounds. 





We where there Just On the Edge

we talked all night abou peace and love in the middle east, but then you said some things about pure antisemizm which made me think again. thank for a lovely night, we shell meet again