Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. Message from Ramallah
(News Room/News - 2018)
...starting point for negotiations, from their perspective, is recognition of two states on the basis of 1967 borders and division of Jerusalem. But beyond the diplomatic issues, which seem almost ...

2. Europe's Message for the US
(News Room/News - 2018)
...ocal terms that if the American peace plan isn’t built around a two-state solution based on the 1967 borders, with Jerusalem as the capital of both states, it will fail. The statement align...

3. Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem
(News Room/News - 2018)
...n, as it reaffirms the important pillars of the two-state solution: two sovereign states based on the 1967 borders, with Jerusalem as the capital of both states. It seems that the nine hour time dif...

4. UNGA reaffirms two-state solution
(News Room/Headlines)
...on of “Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security… based on the pre-1967 borders.” For more information, see UN press coverage here and the voting r...

5. Jerusalem tour with Dr. Shaul Arieli
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...Foundation, for making this tour possible. Above: Dr. Shaul Arieli explains past, present, and future borders of Jerusalem ...

...er, there is a neighboring people that aspires to a normal life, next to the State of Israel, with its 67' borders and with no settlements. Thank you, Geneva Initiative, for the hope, the bravery, and...

...etanyahu declared in his 2009 Bar-Ilan speech ("The refugee problem must be resolved outside the borders of Israel ").    Click here to read the full article.  ...

...esentations on these issues were followed by a facilitated discussion among the participants. The issue of borders and the status of the valleys under a negotiated peace agreement was at the center of...

9. How They Made Abbas the Enemy of Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
... The forum’s principles are as follows: an end to the occupation, two states based on the June 1967 borders, an open Jerusalem that houses the capital of each state, and a solution to the refug...

... call for the establishment of a Palestinian state, with East Jerusalem as its capital, “on the 1967 borders.”   The Egyptians also affirmed their “commitment to the right o...

...tions:   • Two states, Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security, with borders to be negotiated on the basis of the 4 June 1967 line with equal and minimal land swa...

...rmer U.S. ambassador Richard Murphy, Carter said that a two-state solution “must be anchored on 1967 borders with agreed upon adjustments and with Jerusalem as the capital for both Israelis and ...

...red solution for the city. A whopping 97.4 percent strongly opposed the idea that Jerusalem in its present borders should remain annexed to Israel. But a no less sweeping majority, 96.6 percent, stron...

...ecided Saturday night to demand that the UN Security Council recognize a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders.   The Palestinian leadership committee also decided to formulate a plan for...

...   China supports the two-state solution, which includes a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital. It consistently votes in favor of UN resolutions&...

...7 Via Ynet (click here for the full article) The US president was right to declare that Israel’s borders in Jerusalem would be determined in future negotiations with the Palestinians; but by...

... supported the establishment of a “fully sovereign” Palestinian state on the basis of the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital. “China understands the Islamic countries&rs...

... Mr. Zomlot, the Palestinian envoy, said any plan must establish a sovereign Palestinian state along the borders from before the 1967 Arab-Israeli war with East Jerusalem as its capital. “This...

...f people. “I found out that what I’d thought were red lines for Palestinians – regarding borders, refugees, security - are not red lines at all”, said one Israeli participant a...

20. Seminar for Young Activists from Israel and Palestine
(Events/Joint Activities - 2017)
...f people. “I found out that what I’d thought were red lines for Palestinians – regarding borders, refugees, security - are not red lines at all”, said one Israeli participant a...

...challenge on the road to the establishment of a Jewish democratic state. Unlike the process of determining borders after the First World War, when the people remained in their places, including the ma...

...always possible, that even seemingly perennial conflicts can be solved, we have reached agreements, opened borders, committed to common values, as well as a common currency, built together enduring pr...

... said: “Once again, we reassert to you our positions of accepting the two-state solution along the borders of 1967 — the state of Palestine with its capital as East Jerusalem, living al...

...tz added.   Dershowitz said Trump displayed detailed knowledge about core negotiating issues like borders, security, Jerusalem and the refugees, as well as about construction in the settlemen...

...iative in Beirut in 2002.   It calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state in the pre-1967 borders, an end to all claims, and a “just and agreed upon” resolution to the ref...

..., and declared by Secretary John Kerry in 2016: a Palestinian nonmilitarized state, based on the ’67 borders, with mutual land swaps; an Israeli readiness to absorb a limited number of Palestini...

... exist. Such an agreement would include the immediate establishment of a Palestinian state, with temporary borders (for the meantime). The two sides would have to discuss the location of these tempora...

...ssion in Geneva Monday, Abbas called for a "Palestine and Israel, living side by side on the pre-1967 borders in peace and security." In his speech, in which he claimed a two-state solutio...

...ual coordination to reach a two-state solution and establish a Palestinian state based on the June 4, 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as a capital which is a national constant that cannot be given up...

...rump rejected UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which reaffirmed the international understanding of the borders of June 4, 1967 as the future border between Israel and a sovereign Palestinian state...

...e West Bank – and about 80 percent of Israelis living beyond the Green Line (Israel’s pre-1967 borders) live in them. These are the territories that are candidates for annexation to Israel...

...nd. If the plan is to continue the expansion of all settlements – remote and close to Israel’s borders alike – this should be spelled out. The implications of such policies should be...

33. Five comments on UNSCR 2334
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
... 3. It recognizes the desirability of negotiated borders - even if not identical to the 1967 lines. ...

...iating team; and Fatina Hodali, who advises the Palestinian Negotiations Support Unit on issues related to borders.     &nbs...

35. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ted illegally by Israel on Palestinian territory. Later, in 2011, the president made clear that “the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines,” and added, “n...

...mpts to relaunch negotiations, Netanyahu refused to so much as share a map showing Israel’s proposed borders or to discuss any other final status issues, including Jerusalem and refugees. Instea...

...1. It would call upon both Israel and the Palestinians to immediately begin the negotiation on provisional borders for a sovereign Palestinian state. This would fulfill both parties’ commitment ...

...id  16.10.2016   Via Haaretz (click here for the full article)   Instead of talking borders, security and practical solutions, the two leaders have deliberately moved explosive ...

...ted the feasibility of the two-state solution, discussed specific core issues such as Jerusalem, security, borders and refugees, and reflected on proposed solutions.     Despite bei...

...rvey offered nine specific terms for a peace agreement. Among them: Palestinian demilitarization; pre-1967 borders with land swaps to preserve major settlement blocs; East Jerusalem as the capital of ...

...the real obstacle to peace — the persistent Palestinian refusal to recognize the Jewish state in any borders.” In its statement, the State Department also criticized Israeli plans to bui...

...uld exist in peace alongside Israel.  The Palestinian State should be established within the pre-1967 borders, enjoy complete sovereignty on its territory, independence and security, and have Eas...

...esult of natural population growth. The drastic drop in migration from locales within the Green Line (1967 borders) to the West Bank over the last 20 years (from 6,000 a year in 1996, to less than 2,0...

44. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...its stipulation of a freeze on Israeli settlements and recognition of a Palestinian state within temporary borders, for example, along the route of the separation fence.   Option four: Unilat...

... Netanyahu has obstinately refused to present a detailed position on the core issues of the peace process: borders, settlements, security arrangements, Jerusalem and refugees. He prefers to appear the...

...Peace," which your predecessor adopted without any reservations: a Palestinian state with provisional borders.  You are committed to peace with Israel, based on the partition formula &nbsp...

... of Greater Israel, an idea that has grown deep roots during Netanyahu’s long term in office. Secure borders, peaceful neighborly relations and resilient international standing are all trivialit...

48. Geneva Initiative Opinion Poll – March 2016
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...lso asked respondents about a possible peace agreement that includes a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders with two capitals in Jerusalem, Palestinian recognition of Israel as the Jewish homel...

... minister Haim Ramon wants “to save Jewish Jerusalem.” Maybe the solution is for us to set the borders without a partner?   “Herzog is proposing a unilateral move of dismant...

..."The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine. We belie...

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