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Geneva Initiative: Israel-Palestine Permanent Borders

An illustration of the final status border between Israel and Palestine proposed by the Geneva Initiative. According to the Geneva Accord, Israel's extended borders will include Jewish settlements beyond the Green Line and territories with significance for security. In return to the annexation of land beyond the 1967 border, Israel will hand over alternative land to the Palestinians, based on a 1:1 ratio

Geneva Initiative: Jerusalem

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border in Jerusalem, which would house two capitals for the two states. A proposed 1:1 land swap accounts for the differences between the Geneva route and the Green Line.

Jerusalem – The Old City

The aerial photo illustrates the Geneva Initiative's proposed final status border for Jerusalem's Old City. Under the Geneva Accord, the parties view the Old City as one whole enjoying a unique character. Movement within the Old City shall be free, with a visible color-coding in place to denote the sovereign areas of the respective Parties.

Jerusalem – East Talpiyot

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border in south Jerusalem, near the neighborhood of East Talpiyot. Here, the Geneva route diverges slightly from the Green Line, in accordance with a 1:1 land swap.

Geneva Initiative: Northeast Jerusalem

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border around the Jewish settlement of Pisgat Ze'ev in northeast Jerusalem. According to the Geneva Accord, Pisgat Ze'ev, housing over 60,000 Israelis, would be annexed to Israel as part of a 1:1 land swap with the Palestinians.

Geneva Initiative: Northwest Jerusalem

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border in northwest Jerusalem. According to the Geneva Accord, 7.03 sq. km of land in this area, housing 62,111 Israelis, would be annexed to Israel as part of a 1:1 land swap with the Palestinians.

Geneva Initiative: Jerusalem – French Hill

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border in Jerusalem, near Mount Scopus and the neighborhood of East Talpiyot. Here, the Geneva route differs from the Green Line, in order to facilitate the annexation of Ma'aleh Adumim, as part of a 1:1 land swap.

Geneva Initiative: Jerusalem – Gilo/Beit Jala

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border in south Jerusalem, near the Jewish neighborhood of Gilo and the Palestinian town of Beit Jala. Here, the Geneva route diverges from the Green Line, in accordance with a 1:1 land swap.

Geneva Initiative: Jerusalem – Givat Hanina/Abu Tor

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border in south Jerusalem, near the Jewish neighborhood of Givat Hanina and the Palestinian neighborhood of Abu Tor. Here, the Geneva route diverges slightly from the Green Line, in accordance with a 1:1 land swap.

Geneva Initiative: Givat Ze'ev

An illustration of the Geneva Initiative route for the final status border around the Jewish settlement of Givat Ze'ev, north of Jerusalem. According to the Geneva Accord, Givat Ze'ev would be annexed to Israel as part of a 1:1 land swap with the Palestinians.

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