Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...y.     The history of the Israeli withdrawals from southern Lebanon in 2000 and Gaza in 2005, with the increase in terrorism and missile threat from both territories, make Israelis rig...

Gadi Baltiansky, the Israeli Director General of the Geneva Initiative, spoke at the UN International Conference in Suppo

3. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...eninsulai in the early 1980s and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon did when he pulled settlers out of Gaza in 2005.   Those who say that the beaches of the Sinai Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh a...

...o; he said. The official spoke at length about the failure of the Gaza disengagement in the summer of 2005. He claimed that the late Prime Minister Ariel Sharon should have concluded an agreement wi...

...’s adviser Dov Weissglass once admitted that the Geneva Initiative was one of the triggers of the 2005 disengagement plan, following which Israel pulled out of the Gaza Strip. Beilin had enough ...

6. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...he avoids confrontation.   Sharon insisted on unilaterally evacuating settlements from Gaza in 2005 without any coordination with Abbas or any achievements to the latter’s name. Hamas e...

...squo;s inhabitants. Many Israelis view the unilateral decision to evacuate the Gaza settlements in 2005 as a model for Lieberman’s territorial exchange plan. They say that the disengagement...

...c case for some Israeli territorial withdrawals also made him one of the intellectual godfathers of the 2005 disengagement from Gaza.   In Schueftan’s view, one reason that the electora...

...ort and an airport?   Is the whole idea delusional? Not to anyone who has bothered to read the 2005 Border Crossing Agreement between Israel and the PA. That agreement, which was signed under...

... J.J. Goldberg: Yuval Diskin, who served as director of Israel’s Shin Bet security service from 2005 to 2011, posted some rather blunt observations on his Facebook page this morning regarding ...

...y reputation, Oren admitted, in part following the 2000 pullout from Lebanon, but mostly because of the 2005 Gaza disengagement, following which thousands of rockets were fired at Israel from what has...

12. Israel’s ultra-Orthodox key to peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ives” in ultra-Orthodox society. He has been managing the project for the UN and InterPeace since 2005, based on the assumption that the ultra-Orthodox in Israel are the key to achieving a polit...

...p; In a situation evocative of the partition of East and West Berlin, Israeli withdrawal from Gaza in 2005 was so sudden and swift, and restrictions on movement put in place so fast, that families w...

14. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... people like Yariv Oppenheimer, director of Peace Now, pointed to Lebanon in 2000 and the Gaza Strip in 2005 as proof that unilateral measures tend to strengthen the most extreme elements – Hezb...

...y over skepticism and resignation.    At the conference, the former head of Shin Bet from 2005-2011, Yuval Diskin, gave the keynote address. Observing that “one could say that in t...

...ng and Israeli response that left more than 3,000 Palestinians and 1,000 Israelis dead between 2000 and 2005.   “The Israelis still consider us a den of martyrs, because of the number o...

17. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...as Mahmoud Abbas did upon his appointment to the position of Palestinian Authority president in January 2005 − when he announced that under his rule there would be only one law and one gun &minu...

...sing Palestinian suspicions that he is not serious about peace.   Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005, and the Hamas militant group’s takeover of the territory has added to the complicate...

19. Festive Toast Geneva Initiative
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
On Thursday April 11, the Geneva Initiative Israel hosted a toast for former participants of our activities. Members of K

...enefits, whose aim, in turn, is to encourage exports. According to the Export Promotion Law approved in 2005, a factory is entitled to a tax break if at least 25 percent of its income stemmed from sal...

By David Horovitz, Times of Israel 15.04.12 via Times of Israel (click here for the original article)   Senior steering committee member of the Geneva Initiative and writer of the governmen

22. Lecture series at the Hebrew University
(Events/Local Activities - 2011)
...r students at the Hebrew University. Attorney Talia Sasson author of the West Bank government report in 2005, lectured on the legal status of settlements in the West Bank.  ...

...srael, the IDF began operating in Area A again to try to stop the attacks. Though the intifada ended in 2005 and Palestinian security forces have been generally effective in preventing terror attacks,...

...ty in 2003 showed that 59 percent of Jews supported “1967 [borders] with adjustments”. From 2005 to 2007, surveys by the Truman Institute at Hebrew University found that about half of Isra...

25. Can the doves take off again?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...e peaceniks if the parliamentary arithmetic warranted it. The most cataclysmic of those shifts was in 2005, when the then prime minister, Ariel Sharon, seceded from the Likud to create Kadima, now t...

...decline compared to the close to two thirds majority support for the package among Israelis in 2004 and 2005. Among Palestinians 40% support the overall package in the current poll, compared to ...

27. Another Unilateral Disaster?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...peace agreements between Israel and Lebanon or Syria.   A similar scenario followed the August 2005 unilateral Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. This retreat resulted in the strengtheni...

...'roadmap' by the Middle East Quartet of diplomats that calls for the creation of a Palestinian state by 2005. June 4: Roadmap officially launched by Bush, Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon and ...

...public as well, particularly after Israel saw little benefit from its traumatic withdrawal from Gaza in 2005.   Among American Jewish groups, there is less skepticism than alarm about the adm...

30. Talking-Cure Diplomacy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...second intifada; and the rocket attacks from Gaza after Israel’s withdrawal from the territory in 2005. Behind all this lies the memory of the Holocaust.   Worse, the Middle East&rs...

31. The Visionary of the Palestinian State
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...bat terrorism, in coordination with the Israeli security forces, with great success.   In July 2005 Sharon and Fayyad met at the wedding of my youngest daughter. The two men sat together at a...

32. Palestinian PM attends Israel forum
(News Room/News - 2010)
... chose to announce his plans to pull settlers and troops out of Gaza, something that happened in August 2005.   "Since then, people have been paying a lot of attention to this conference...

...nitarian and reconstruction goods into Gaza; the normal operation of the crossings, consistent with the 2005 Agreement on Access and Movement; an end to the trafficking of weapons, consistent with UN ...

34. Missing the Abu Mazen Opportunity
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...tion. This appears to be precisely what has happened. Arafat died at the end of that year. In January 2005, Abu Mazen was elected president, and Qurei served as his prime minister. Now, at the end o...

... 1980.   Twenty-five of those settlements were destroyed during the disengagement in the summer of 2005. Settlement construction was at its height from 1976 to 1987, according to the report. &nbs...

36. One Piece of a Larger Puzzle
(News Room/News - 2009)
...led Palestinian Political Risk Insurance (PPRI). PPRI, initiated by President William J. Clinton at the 2005 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting and a CGI commitment to this day, would prot...

... by Iran. When it removed soldiers from southern Lebanon in 2000 and soldiers and settlers from Gaza in 2005, it faced rocket fire from Hezbollah and Hamas. The Obama administration believes that in...

38. A Guide to Israeli Settlements
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...e Sinai after making peace with Egypt in 1979, and unilaterally evacuated its Gaza Strip settlements in 2005. So the dispute today deals with the Golan Heights and especially the West Bank. Some of th...

...tinian land in areas targeted for settlement expansion. Before the settlers were removed from Gaza in 2005, I visited a group of them while shooting my last film. Some of the settlements' most passi...

...egislation in ensuring she becomes part of the governmental cabinet. The law, which was developed in 2005 with MK Yuli Tamir (Labor) states that women from all sects of society would be represented...

41. Beyond the Banks
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...mdash; a k a Dayton. He was originally assigned to help reform Palestinian security by the Bush team in 2005, but only got the funds to do so after Hamas took over Gaza in 2007. Some 1,600 Palestinian...

...r a new road map to get to the desired endgame. Israel's unilateral withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in 2005 demonstrated that unilateral actions are counterproductive absent a binding agreement, acce...

... president in 1994-2000, he returned to peace efforts in Kosovo and in Indonesia, where he negotiated a 2005 peace deal between the government and Aceh rebels. Ahtisaari warned that the financial cr...

...ing the appointment of Daniel Kurtzer, former American Ambassador to Egypt (1997-2001) and Israel (2001-2005), to become his administration's presidential envoy to the Middle East, a senior Israeli di...

45. The Annapolis Process
(Peace Library/The Annapolis Process)
... ICG Report: Disengagement and After (2005) Baker ...

46. Unofficial Papers
(Peace Library/Resources)
... Geneva Accord July 2005: Geneva Initiative's User's Manual for how to Leave Gaza ...

47. Official Reports and Statements
(Peace Library/Resources)
...aeli Conflict 17.03.2005: Six-Point Palestinian Cairo Declaration ...

48. Previous Peace Plans and Agreements
(Peace Library/Resources)
  Six-Point Palestinian Cairo Declaration, 17 March 2005 Revised

...ered over when Abbas's presidential term ends. Hamas has said that Abbas - who was elected in January 2005 - would cease to be president when his constitutionally mandated four-year term ends in Jan...

...cil attended the gathering, including several former settlers who were evacuated from the Gaza Strip in 2005. Mr. Farjoun opened the event, explaining that its importance lies in the wllingness to con...

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