Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. There is only one solution: two states
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...le 60% of Israelis believe the majority of Palestinians oppose it. In other words, a majority on both sides believes that a majority on the other side is opposed to the two-state solution, when this i...

2. How They Made Abbas the Enemy of Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...nager, what he told us with such determination, clarity and faith sounded like the words of a young man who believes in his ability to topple the conventions we have lived with for decades.   ...

...hod the law doesn’t prevent them from using.” But despite the poll’s results, Miodownik believes the day when large numbers of East Jerusalem Palestinians will actually vote in mun...

...  “They said they don’t want to replace the Americans, but help,” he said. And Bar believes the Chinese can help.   “Any actor that can cause either side to mak...

... among the new generation that blames primarily Israel for the reality in Gaza, and even more than the past believes that Israel is responsible for the local infrastructure and poor means of subsisten...

...n, 60% of Israelis believe the majority of Palestinians oppose it. In other words, a majority on both sides believes that a majority on the other side is opposed to the two-state solution, when this i...

...ace process as a "top priority," according to the White House, and also that Trump "strongly believes that peace is possible." On Tuesday Greenblatt will meet with PLO chief nego...

...ood, that Jews have always longed for Ramallah. The prime minister can go into mediation with whatever he believes is in Israel’s best interest. The media, which once criticized prime ministe...

...e minister last week, Dershowitz delivered Trump’s message that he is eager for a peace agreement and believes such a deal is possible today.   Dershowitz met the president by chance on...

... Middle East, in which he portrayed the Netanyahu government’s annexationist policy as racist. Israel believes that continuing to rule over the Palestinians when there are equal numbers in both ...

...oving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. He has appointed David Friedman, a bankruptcy lawyer who believes Israelis should annex and settle the West Bank, as the next U.S. ambassador to Isra...

...chaeffer and Omer-Man  Via +972 (click here for the full article)  16.10.2016 Hillary Clinton believes that the façade of an Israeli-Palestinian peace process is preferable to no ...

...al Candidate Hillary Clinton wrote to her senior advisors, a few days after the Israeli elections, that she believes that a "Potemkin" peace process between Israel and the Palestinians (mean...

...imir Putin is willing to hold direct talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians; al-Sisi added that he believes that Israel is becoming more and more convinced of the need for peace.   E...

15. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...eady been wiped out.   I don’t know a single person in the military or diplomatic arenas who believes that sitting around and waiting for the next terror attack is Israel’s sole a...

...tas and what the waiters will wear, Netanyahu should declare an Israeli peace initiative, and state what he believes is essential and what he would agree to compromise on to fulfill the “Bar-Ila...

...necessary to stop all types of terror and find a way back to negotiations. But as long as Abu Mazen [Abbas] believes in fundamentalism and doesn't abandon the aim to destroy Israel or the Hamas ideolo...

...May 2011, President Obama expressed the official U.S. position on peace parameters: "The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders w...

...overnment offices, one can detect today a sense of despair. Practically no one within the leadership really believes that, especially during an American election year, there will be any movement towar...

...li stance. Adding the European Union, Russia and the United Nations as actors in this quest, the Arab world believes, would balance future peacemaking. A senior Egyptian official told Al-Monitor on ...

...ng, possibly leading to an armed intifada and even to the resignation of President Mahmoud Abbas. Mogherini believes that, similarly to the case of the Iran deal, it is important to create an internat...

...sraeli settlement policy. The public supports the PLO decision to stop security coordination but a majority believes that the PA will not implement that decision. Similarly, an overwhelming majority s...

...ic in itself. In the 21st century, the vast majority of nation-states contain minorities, and no one really believes that it is possible to turn back the historical clock to create ethnically homogene...

24. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ion. The Right therefore does not recognize the legitimacy of the Palestinians’ national movement and believes that we have a superior right to all the land and superior rights all together. ...

... of Israel as a Jewish state, and a democratic state, opposes the occupation of the Palestinian people, and believes in partnership and co-existence with Israeli Arabs, and demands real social justice...

...For the original article, click here].     According to the survey two-thirds of the public believes that if a final-status agreement is not reached in the coming years, it will lead t...

...ded that they did not have a clear opinion on the matter.   Two-thirds of the Israeli public (66%) believes that if a peace agreement is not reached in the next few years, a violent conflict ...

...lling to give up [on achieving an agreement] with the Palestinians.” One way to attract voters, Bar believes, might be to better explain the potential benefits of a peace deal to Israelis. &ld...

29. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ogether, it will always be bad here, nothing but bad. As despair sees it, anyone who still hopes, who still believes in the possibility of peace, is at best naïve, or a deluded dreamer, and at wo...

30. Israel’s ultra-Orthodox key to peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...egic consultant. Sudri is also the brother of Yehudit Yosef, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s daughter-in-law. He believes in the two-state solution and signed the Geneva Initiative to resolve the conflict ...

...h has unforgivably colluded with Israel over the Oslo Agreements and at Camp David in 2000. In turn, the PA believes that Hamas’ more aggressive, uncompromising stance endangers international su...

...   Eitan told the group that if PM Netanyhau presents a negotiated agreement to the Israeli public, he believes that opposition within the Likud will disappear.   The seminar, which took...

...l Clinton in 2000 and the Geneva Initiative of 2003). Having said this, a similar percentage on either side believes that the chances of reaching a solution are nil. However, if it should emerge that ...

...l Clinton in 2000 and the Geneva Initiative of 2003). Having said this, a similar percentage on either side believes that the chances of reaching a solution are nil. However, if it should emerge that ...

...parties… We also get cold feet when it comes to the final stage,” he said.   Mizrachi believes that PA Arabs have come to understand that some demands, such as the “right o...

...e party Chairperson Shelly Yachimovich at a press conference where she announced early party primaries. Bar believes that this is the right move to get the embattled party back on an even keel. Howeve...

37. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...ly set off a wave of violence – something that could occur also if it is delayed for too long. Ajarmi believes that it is better to do your homework before full scale negotiation with some clear...

...b. We’re saying out loud, 'there’s a whole, large public that wants to resolve the conflict and believes in peace.'” Where are you getting this information that the majority of...

39. Why two-states is still possible
(News Room/News 2013)
..., he took pride once in his ability to kill the Oslo process. I served under Netanyahu and I think he still believes in what he wrote in his book in 1995 – that ‘placing a PLO state 15 km ...

...azek, former Palestinian Minister of Prisoner Affairs and resident of Gaza, spoke to the group about how he believes that peace is possible and there is a partner on the other side.   Isha...

... is expected in November.   Abbas made no mention of a settlement freeze, and officials said Abbas believes a freeze would no longer be necessary if he receives UN recognition of a state that...

...e Palestinian Authority.   Do you believe the conflict can be solved? Perhaps the prime minister believes it can’t be.   Of course it can! Those who believe in doing nothing...

...s, but disappointed by the current Palestinian Authority.    And also Marwan Barghouti longer believes in a two-state solution. On this, the Palestinian and Israeli general atmosphere ar...

...undermine it.   For all that, he insists, despite a growing body of contrary opinion that he still believes a two state solution is possible, joking that “by decree Palestinians have to...

45. The protest of absolute suckers
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...anyahu, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Vice Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz believes in treating a summer cold before treating a cancer.   To view the original...

46. Reimagining Jerusalem Day
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...squo;t accept them because the negotiations weren’t concluded.”  The former prime minister believes that had he stayed in office for a few more months, peace could have been reached. ...

...ue is not solved, we can expect a complicated confrontation within the new government: assuming Mofaz still believes what he advocated recently, the former Israel Defense Forces chief of staff and def...

...President Mahmoud Abbas Sunday told former minister Yossi Beilin and a Geneva Initiative delegation that he believes Israel and the Palestinians can achieve an end to the conflict, according to Army R...

...b front. Indeed, it would be pure political foolishness to ignore the two initiatives, as the world still believes in the two-state solution as well as a regional solution.   Today we have ...

...th Africa.   Clearly referring to the United States, Churkin said dismissively that one delegation believes things will "miraculously" sort themselves out on their own.   &...

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