Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...icial figures presented on March 26 at the Knesset by a representative of the Civil Administration, the army unit coordinating the Israeli government’s activities in the occupied territories. Th...

2. Israel’s Self-Inflicted Wounds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
... I feel it is my second home. Yet today I fear for the future of the nation I love. True, the Israeli Army is stronger than any other army in the Middle East. And yes, Israel’s economic prowes...

...es the implementation of the two-state solution. Israel's demands to strip the Palestinian state of the army and heavy weapons and the prohibition of Palestine from holding military alliances with oth...

...umber of people in the delegation or to get accompaniment from Abbas’ Presidential Guard, but the army’s response remained negative.   Although the military refused on security gr...

...oposing a unilateral move of dismantling settlements that lie outside the separation fence, leaving the army in Area C, where there is now full Israeli control, and then waiting for negotiations. The ...

...lled in an arson attack. Two Jewish settlers were charged in the attack. “With what the Israeli army is doing recently, raiding houses and putting up checkpoints that don’t allow us to m...

...ia Al Monitor [click here for the original] How is it possible that a country with such a strong army and experienced security service, Shin Bet, is hit with three terror attacks in a single da...

... state.” He recited a long list of unilateral acts by the Netanyahu government and by the Israeli army, including settlement expansion, land appropriation, demolition of houses, Israeli economic...

9. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...b Peace Initiative. He surely did not imagine that he would still be asking permission from the Israeli army to exit and enter Ramallah at his age.   Today Abbas looks around and sees how the...

10. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...is more interested in initiatives for reaching some arrangement that will keep its young men out of the army than in those designed to advance a diplomatic arrangement with the Palestinians.   ...

11. Voting Out Israel's 1%
(News Room/News - 2015)
...aphic issues for prime ministers Yitzhak Rabin and Ehud Barak. And later, since his retirement from the army, he has become one of the main forces behind the Geneva Initiative for achieving an Israeli...

...e for the original article)   Retired Brig. Gen. Israela Oron has spent almost 30 years in the army. During her military career and later in civilian life, she held a long list of key posts. ...

...ges of territory, while the Palestinians must agree to the demand for a demilitarized state, without an army or heavy weapons, as well as to additional security arrangements such as the use by the Isr...

14. "Negotiate before it's too late"
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...tical leadership, behind closed doors there is a consensus in the intelligence community, including the army, that Abbas is part of the solution rather than part of the problem. One high-ranking mem...

15. Geneva Initiative briefing for foreign diplomats
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...recently Israelis completely ignored Gaza. Today they understand that it needs attention, with even the army calling for a change in policy. However, one cannot deal with Gaza in isolation. A lasting ...

...been prevented tactically as well as strategically?   “A war of no choice occurs when an army deploys against you and is about to attack. Our conflict with the Palestinians no longer fo...

17. Take control, you’re the majority
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...calation in violence for which Israel must pay by defending its home front. Most Israelis enlist in the army, and many of them report for reserve duty.   This is the same majority that natura...

18. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ed the “diplomatic security cabinet,” in effect it is involved only in giving orders to the army.   Whether the present round of fighting ends with a cease-fire lasting another ye...

... of Israeli society, its government and future. We suddenly understood that religious influences in the army, extremist Jewish terrorists in their different forms, much of the settlement enterprise, t...

20. Israel has a partner in Abbas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... to destroy the Hamas infrastructure now, will get the Jihad with compound interest later on. The Iraqi army with its hundreds of thousands of soldiers failed to defeat a fanatic group of several thou...

...proximately half of Palestinian school-age children have experienced trauma at the hands of the Israeli army, ranging from incarceration to interrogation. With many male adults having been locked up i...

...rom the "Geneva Initiative' of the extreme left. A partner to the proposals is none other than our army. Obama and Kerry want to convince the Israeli public that the agreement they are promotin...

...esearcher at the Institute for National Security Studies and a retired brigadier general in the Israeli army told The Media Line. “The Palestinian security forces are much more professional than...

...lleges' budgets were almost immediately slashed and a law was legislated requiring them to serve in the army. Thus, the removal of the ultra-Orthodox localities from the national priority map was only...

...s weakened by the ouster of its patron, Mohammed Morsi. With Israel’s encouragement, the Egyptian army is clamping down on jihadis in Sinai and closing tunnels used for Hamas arms transfers to G...

26. Seminar for Shas political party members
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
On June 18 we held a seminar for members of the ultra-orthodox Shas community in Israel. The seminar featured expert spea

27. GI Hosts Seminar for Journalists
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
...ournalists from prominent Israeli news outlets, including Channel 2, Channel 10, Haaretz, Ynet, Israel .Army Radio, and the Russian Orthodox Press Parti...

28. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...here – they pay less income tax, because the tax authority is lower, and they do not serve in the army. There is already today Haredi cities in the territories that just grow bigger and bigger.&...

29. GI briefing for U.S. Air Force Colonels
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
...nd Colonels.  The delegation consisted of 20 senior Air Force and Army officers from the United States Air War College. The briefing was provided by Geneva Initia...

30. Do It Yourself, Senator Kerry
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... political rather than policy-oriented discourse. Such talks can be held at a venue such as an American army base near Washington D.C., which will also ensure the sides don’t waste their time or...

31. Israel's Embattled Democracy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... with his right-wing allies and insisted on something more incremental. There was also talk of doubling army enlistment for Arabs. Israeli Palestinians are not required to join the army, and most do n...

...elegation that he believes Israel and the Palestinians can achieve an end to the conflict, according to Army Radio. Abbas spoke to Beilin and his delegation during a Sunday visit to Ramallah.  ...

By Amir Oren, Haaretz  11.03.12 via Haaretz (click here for the original article)    On the heels of Prime Minister Netanyahu's meeting with President Obama which failed to discus

34. How Did They Let it Happen?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...se it's just like so many other tales of encounters between Palestinian detainees and the police or the army.   Whether I had read the original article or not, I blocked the idea of it from m...

35. The Partner is the Excuse
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... goods for negotiations, he doesn't represent all Palestinians" (FM Lieberman in an interview with Army Radio, February 2010).   If both cases of division and unity Abbas is not perceive...

...ght of the individual above the sectoral interests prevailing in both societies? Who would serve in the army and in which units? What would be the future of the Shin Bet security service? How would re...

37. The Government's Truth
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ided to erect a welfare state in Judea and Samaria, which conserves an unfair division of the burden of army service, which grants billions in transfer payments to the public that does not contribute ...

38. Give Peace a Chance
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...p; Although it is not the Israeli government launching the IPI, it is indeed significant, as a former army chief of staff, heads of security services, a prominent business leader and intellectuals a...

...iminal Court, for example, will allow Palestine to sue Israel for building settlements or operating its army in the Territories. The opening of these options, combined with pressure from Turkey, Egypt...

40. The German Who Needed a Fig Leaf
(News Room/News - 2011)
...al. Very few knew he had served in the Waffen SS; the public at large knew only that he had been in the army. Most of his local critics were furious at him for keeping the secret, others for revealing...

...he Palestinians.   Early Monday, when the news broke of the IDF trading fire with the Lebanese army, everyone in this house, and undoubtedly many others in Israel, had the same thought: That'...

...to the groundbreaking 2002 Arab Peace Initiative (API). The 40 proponents of the IPI include ex-Israeli army chief Amnon Lipkin-Shahak, former head of Mossad – Israel’s intelligence servic...

...an people." If the conditions that Abbas set are observed - "one authority, one law, one gun [army]" - this could ruin the main mantra of the Israeli right: "We left Gaza and got Q...

... of 30 Israelis in the Hamas suicide attack at a Passover seder in Netanya's Park Hotel, he ordered the army to reoccupy the territories (Operation Defensive Shield ). The Arabs offered Sharon a mile,...

....   The slogan, "only those who dare, win" is the motto of sayeret matkal, the elite army unit in which Prime Minister Netanyahu served.   ...

46. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...would have a strong police force, “everything needed for law enforcement.” It would have no army or air force. The Palestinian border with Jordan, through which missiles and heavy armament...

... a security threat meaningless. The Palestinians agreed to the demilitarization of their state, with no army and heavy armaments, and to the presence of international forces in their territory. What's...

48. Barak: Focus on Palestinians
(News Room/News - 2011)
...ement with the Palestinians, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Tuesday. During a visit to the Tze'elim army base in south Israel, Barak said there was no progress on the Syrian track and that Israel ...

49. There is a Real Partner
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...nt that warmly and respectfully hosted dozens of Israeli guests who had been invited, some of whom were army officers in reserves, and some of whom even hailed from the Likud and Shas. The PA leadersh...

50. A New Leader of the Israeli Labor Party?
(News Room/News - 2010)
...ng on Sunday afternoon, the Israeli guests ranged from politicians from left to right as well as former army officers. However, one guest stood out from the crowd: Amram Mitzna.   Until recen...

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