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...ces (IDF) crossed the Blue Line and thereby constituted violations of Security Council resolution 1701 (2006). To date, UNIFIL has not been granted access to the confirmed entry points of a tunnel nea...

...e Chinese Foreign Ministry has previously initiated two IsraeliPalestinian meetings, one in China (2006) and the other in Jerusalem (2013), and announced last summer that it intends to conve...

...el. We will have to wait and see which conditions, published following Hamas’ election victory in 2006, the Quartet will stand by, and how it will be able to cut corners and match them to 2017. ...

...eds of Fatah supporters. He says Hamas’s refusal to join the political process since elections in 2006 undermines Abbas's ability to negotiate on behalf of all Palestinians.   “Ha...

...he Palestinian leadership is weak and divided, and its officers have had no democratic validation since 2006, when the last parliamentary elections were held. President Mahmoud Abbas' four-year term w...

6. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
.... Israel remunerates him by taking care of Hamas — his political rival that won a majority in the 2006 parliamentary elections — in the West Bank. It “pays” him through the exp...

...to his newly-formed Kadima, this exodus was the main factor in the Likud’s subsequent drop in the 2006 elections from 38 seats to 12.   Similarly, Jewish Home had three seats in the las...

8. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...nese as a sign of Israeli weakness and testimony to the efficacy of terrorism. The rise of Hamas in the 2006 Palestinian elections is widely believed to be a direct result of the disengagement from Ga...

...ry occupation, very few Palestinians demonize Israelis. For example, when Palestinians were asked, in a 2006 Arab Barometer survey conducted by Khalil Shikaki to assess and compare world democracies t...

10. Beilin: Barghouti is Not a Terrorist
(News Room/News - 2011)
...iously a member of both the Labor Party and the far-left Meretz party, which he headed between 2003 and 2006, during the period in which they were reduced to 5 Knesset seats.   He was the pri...

...e instrument to monitor conformity with the principles promulgated by the United Nations.   In 2006, in the name of the Geneva Conventions, she openly denounced Israeli bombing in Lebanon, te...

12. The German Who Needed a Fig Leaf
(News Room/News - 2011)
...translation: Hanna Livnat, published by Zmora Bitan ) - an autobiographical work published in German in 2006, in which Grass revealed that he had served for a few months in the Waffen SS as an adolesc...

13. What would Netanyahu do for peace?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...he Quartet” — the European Union, Russia and the United Nations, which joined Washington in 2006 to lay out steps by which Hamas must reform should it want to become a legitimate interlocu...

...ked the only guy who could achieve peace,” he said, referring to Ehud Olmert, prime minister from 2006 to 2009.   Erekat said all of the solutions to ending the conflict have already be...

...quot; said Khoury.  Regarding Hamas, Khouri claimed that the movement won Palestinian elections in 2006 due to lack of peace. He expressed hope for a future peace that can be a warm peace, contra...

16. Seminar for Immigrant Associations in Israel
(Events/Local Activities - 2011)
On March 30 and 31, Geneva Initiative hosted a seminar for the leadership of the Association of Immigrants from Ukraine in Israel.

17. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...d it might rescue the fortunes of Israel.   OVER THE COURSE of almost two years, from December 2006 to mid-September 2008, Olmert and Abbas met 36 times. Lower-level talks were also going on,...

18. Can the doves take off again?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...igrants, led by Avigdor Lieberman. Shinui, a linchpin of Mr Sharon’s governments between 2001 and 2006, has since disappeared as swiftly as it arose. Israel’s fluid and fickle party stru...

19. Lost Innocence
(News Room/News - 2011)
...e for the Study of Democracy, which deals with leadership, women's rights, information and policy. In 2006, Ashrawi joined Salam Fayyad's independent Third Way party; after the party won two seats (...

...sing to attack Israel while not examining the state of human rights in Arab countries. “In June 2006, six organizations – B’Tselem, Physicians for Human Rights, Yesh Din, Hamoked, ...

21. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...n at any moment. Another is the frantic arms race that has been under way since the inconclusive war in 2006 between Israel and Hizbullah, Iran’s ally in Lebanon. Both sides have been intensivel...

...t is significantly higher than in 2009. It is similar to the levels of support we observed in the years 2006, 2007 and 2008, but represents a significant decline compared to the close to two thirds ma...

23. Another Unilateral Disaster?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...i soldiers from the Mount Dev sector. This incident initiated a downward spiral culminating in the July 2006 Israel-Hezbollah War. Today, Iran and Syria have more than fully rearmed Hezbollah, which p...

24. Just Knock It Off
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...y Iran and Syria than Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite militia. Hezbollah started a war against Israel in 2006 that brought death, injury and destruction to thousands of Lebanese — and Hezbollah&r...

...gotiations with the U.S. and the Palestinians when he was prime minister. Olmert, who led Israel from 2006 to 2009, spoke weeks after direct talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians resumed i...

26. Why Israel keeps moving to the right
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...threats to which it has no clear-cut answer. As a result, Israel launched massive attacks in Lebanon in 2006 and against Gaza in 2008-9 under the assumption that the price of rocket attacks must be de...

...ort the overall package, versus 37% who oppose it. This level of support is similar to that obtained in 2006 through 2008 and larger than the support indicated in 2009 (46%).   Despite the in...

...ompletes the withdrawal of all Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip, ending 38 years of occupation. 2006: June: The Islamist Hamas movement, which opposes any peace agreement with Israel, sei...

...t 32% in comparison to 2007, and by about 217% in comparison to the multi-year average between 1992 and 2006 (the number of demolitions in the first two months of 2009 is 16% higher, annually, than in...

...kids who have nothing better to do than roam the streets.   It came as no surprise that in the 2006 elections Hamas won all the Jerusalem seats in the Palestinian parliament.   The s...

31. Let’s Fight Over a Big Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...aves the Obama team to promote Fayyadism, which is a big idea but faces a huge structural challenge. In 2006-2007, the Palestinian political system fractured between Hamas-controlled Gaza and a West B...

...   The PA was ready to hold new elections in the Palestinian territories, last won by Hamas in 2006, if the Islamist organisation would sign the reconciliation agreement drawn up by the Egypt...

...hen Olmert was still prime minister. He eventually resigned the premiership, to which he was elected in 2006. The 63-year-old Olmert left politics when Benjamin Netanyahu became prime minister last ...

34. Taking the Mideast peace plunge
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ill flow. Neither has Cairo been able to negotiate the release of an Israeli soldier held hostage since 2006.   It's disheartening that Arab nations reject the administration's request for sm...

35. August 2009 Poll conducted by PSR
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...o years ago, and 25% four years ago (just few months before the last parliamentary elections in January 2006). Findings also show some improvement in the perception of personal and family safety and s...

36. GI Seminar Participants Reconvene in Jerusalem
(Events/Local Activities - 2009)
..., Israeli and Palestinian parliamentary assistants and political activists who participated in our June 2006 seminars reconvened in Bet Jalah. 06.08.09 Israeli and ...

...prime minister Ehud Olmert, which stated that his predecessor Ariel Sharon, whose term ended in January 2006, had promised the Americans that the government would not promote settlement growth through...

...iciary of [Fayyad's] years is Israel," said Omar Abdel Razek, a Hamas lawmaker. Hamas's victory in 2006 Palestinian legislative elections led to an Israeli and U.S. boycott, and the eventual schi...

...for upgraded equipment. The state of Israel’s military preparedness was revealed in the summer of 2006 during the Second Lebanon War, and the Israeli public and Jewish Diaspora grieved together ...

...re does not include East Jerusalem, in which there was an increase from 152,800 to 186,800 between 1993-2006.) Significantly, large numbers of settlers moved into settlements at the height of the Os...

...re does not include East Jerusalem, in which there was an increase from 152,800 to 186,800 between 1993-2006.) Significantly, large numbers of settlers moved into settlements at the height of the Os...

42. Arabs, Persians, Jews
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... They also express frustration at the U.S. failure to rein in Israel, whose wars against Hezbollah in 2006 and Hamas in Gaza have stirred growing support for these Iran-backed movements. Anger on th...

43. World Watches for U.S. Shift on Mideast
(News Room/News - 2009)
...ntacts with Hamas, the militant Islamist organization that won the Palestinian legislative elections in 2006 and that controls Gaza. Similarly, he distanced himself from Zbigniew Brzezinski, a former ...

...ple, Israel has arrested and jailed the Hamas members of the Palestinian Legislative Council elected in 2006. As a result, the Legislative Council cannot convene. Israel frequently changes regulatio...

...with popular support - because Hamas did win the elections, there is no question about that, in January 2006 - that did not agree with those commitments, obligations and agreements that produced the P...

...s in exchange for Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier captured by Gaza militants in a cross-border raid in 2006. Diplomats said Israel was likely to free closer to 1,000. Under the proposed ceasefire, ...

...cost of evacuating settlements, Israel is capable of doing so when the political will exists. Hamas's 2006 election victory and subsequent violent coup in Gaza exposed the illusion of a Palestinian ...

48. Abdullah II: The 5-State Solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ight years ago, but the death of Arafat, the decline of the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, the 2006 Hezbollah-Israel war in Lebanon, the 2009 Hamas-Israel war in Gaza, the continued expansion...

...the Bush administration has given them." Stephen Walt, a Harvard professor who is co-author of a 2006 book on the power of the pro-Israel lobby in Washington, emphasized Mitchell's impartiality...

...itical bug gave him no rest. In 2003 he competed for a seat in the House of Representatives and won. In 2006 he architected the Democratic victory in the elections for the House of Representatives. ...

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