Geneva Initiative Annexes
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... behind the planning expected that the festivities and commemorations would follow the first significant exchanges of fire across the Syrian border in 40 years — which also marked the first mili...

...act for now is more likely to be felt at a more granular level in a city where even the smallest perceived changes to its status or the status of its religious sites can detonate sudden explosions of ...

...ty, are not currently perceived as capable of overthrowing the government). Nevertheless, most of the past changes in government in Gaza occurred practically without warning – without it being p...

...2006, the Quartet will stand by, and how it will be able to cut corners and match them to 2017. Abbas changes positionsIn the past, Abbas was willing to consider signing a final-status agreement ...

...aid, adding that the two-state solution should be achieved through the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative without changes.   The statement came after a slew of Arab leaders, meeting at the King Huss...

...ich it “considers to be illegal under international law.”   The EU will recognize any changes to the pre-1967 lines only after they have been agreed upon by the parties, she said,...

7. Five comments on UNSCR 2334
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
... The Resolution asserts that the world will not recognize any changes to the 4 June 1967 lines, other than those agreed by the parties through negotiations...

...arch for a peaceful solution between the two sides."   Al-Sisi was also asked if he sees any changes in the Israeli position in regards to peace.   "I believe that Israel i...

...Russian envoy Sergey Vershinin.   Dozens of drafts were drawn up during the writing process, with changes being made to the report until only a few days before its release. Eventually it was ...

...heast and the spread of Islamic State insurgents through wide swathes of the region.   “The changes make it even more urgent to find a solution to the conflict, and this regional upheav...

...t build in Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem. Third, Israel would accept the principle of territorial exchanges or swaps. Should Israel be willing to accept this approach, it would stem the drift...

...indow of opportunity for an agreement with the Palestinians opened in the early 1990s, due to geopolitical changes such as the collapse of the Soviet Union, regional phenomena like the first Gulf War ...

13. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...indow of opportunity for an agreement with the Palestinians opened in the early 1990s, due to geopolitical changes such as the collapse of the Soviet Union, regional phenomena like the first Gulf War ...

14. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ers of Netanyahu’s government did not make do with building in Jewish neighborhoods, but also sought changes on the Temple Mount. One privately commissioned report last year stated, “The c...

15. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...the dark side of the Yisrael Beitenu platform still includes the illegal and immoral idea of territorial exchanges that include significant Arab populations, over the past year, Liberman both spoke ou...

16. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...number of women and Israeli Arabs. How do you think this will affect the way it functions and the kinds of changes it brings? The increased presence of women in the new Knesset shows the improvements ...

...e roles in all military units and in virtually all positions in the IDF.   Al-Monitor:  What changes would you like to see in the role women play in the Israeli army and society? &nbsp...

... (who wrote down the agreed formulations), shows an unprecedented willingness for one-on-one territorial exchanges in the event of a permanent peace agreement and the establishment a Palestinian state...

... plan would enable the establishment of two states with a solid ethnic majority in each. The territorial exchanges offered – including the transfer of East Jerusalem to Palestine – would r...

... take.” Israel must accept the territorial parameter, that is borders based on the 1967 lines with exchanges of territory, while the Palestinians must agree to the demand for a demilitarized sta...

21. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...abs (a further 339 Jews and 232 Arabs were injured) the riots were triggered by necessary but unauthorised changes Jews made in Wailing Wall prayer regulations, such as putting out benches for the eld...

...mic and scientific ties with the rest of the world.   The United States is undergoing demographic changes, as well as a change in priorities. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the Americanolo...

...Israel made a vital mistake by not finding a way to release him in one of the recent rounds [of prisoner exchanges], such as in the Shalit deal.”   How so?   “Throughout ...

24. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...just a long-term ceasefire while they demand not just a pullback to the 1967 borders without territorial exchanges, but also, for example, the right of return. This they will never, ever get from us. ...

...holds nothing good and the future, undoubtedly the shared future, no longer exists! • Deep societal changes usually occur slowly, but we must not ignore the implications of the emergence of a n...

...without question, this is a huge project that will require enormous resources and necessitate far-reaching changes in the city. Nevertheless, the bottom line is that despite 47 years of occupation and...

... Netanyahu and his people was expected. It was another Pavlovian response of the Israeli government to the changes happening in the Middle East. As with the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in Egy...

... past”, there is nothing good in the past, and the future no longer exists! • Profound social changes generally occur slowly, but we cannot ignore the consequences of the ‘new&rsquo...

29. Prevent the next big explosion
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...e one hand to allow for a sustainable Palestinian state and on the other hand to narrow down territorial exchanges as much as possible. Such assets can be, for example: A port or access to sea, partne...

30. PPC-GI Local Training Seminar for Youth in Hebron
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
... Palestinian youth, who constitute a majority of the population, have considerable power to make important changes within society. The participants discussed issues of concern to youth on both the loc...

31. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...tive ideas have been put into place and the Arab Peace Initiative has been readjusted to incorporate those changes.   Rather than leaving Palestinian youth to emulate the unrest of the Arab w...

...e as a significant achievement after persuading the Arab League to re-launch it in late April, with slight changes meant to entice Israel.   But Netanyahu has expressed little interest in emb...

...Peres said that it should not be postponed any longer, especially because it is not yet clear where recent changes across the Middle East are leading.   In reiterating his hope for the renewa...

34. Why two-states is still possible
(News Room/News 2013)
...ve in agreements. I had the chance to see the way prime ministers matured in their positions. The dramatic changes took place with Barak and Olmert – by the time negotiations broke they were in ...

35. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
...eplacing that order are unstable, transformational regimes or, even worse, failed states. These dramatic changes offer some important lessons. For instance: Be modest when it comes to predictions. W...

...y. The Palestinian state would be demilitarized and its boundaries would be based on the 1967 lines with exchanges of equal-sized territory. Those exchanges would take into consideration Israel's secu...

37. Israel's Embattled Democracy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...cond-class citizens and are deeply conflicted about their place in Israeli society.   Demographic changes are making political compromise harder. Experts say an influx of Jews from the former...

...by Abbas - Abu Mazen and the preparation of new elections within 6 months.   And on the political changes taking place in some Arab countries "The Arab spring" , 36% of Palestinians...

39. Why Jerusalem is Divisible
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...capital, however, fails to take into account the evolution of Jerusalem’s boundaries. The historical changes to Jerusalem’s borders disprove the notion of eternal indivisibility and debunk...

40. How Did They Let it Happen?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...nbsp;           You get up one morning and discover, too, that the planned changes to the construction industry that Netanyahu announced a year and a half ago, when the...

41. Systematic Foot Dragging in Negotiations
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...ment construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, stems from an irresponsible policy that ignores the changes happening in our region and increases Israel's isolation.   Netanyahu promis...

...16 percent.)   These steps should be feasible from an Israeli standpoint. First, these or similar changes could be implemented without altering the territory’s political status and coul...

... the greatest end-result for such transformations. The geopolitical map will witness radical and profound changes which will reflect themselves on the perennial Middle East dilemma: The Question of ...

...;s borders changing any time soon, because a two-thirds majority of the Knesset is required to approve any changes to the municipal borders – something the deputy mayor said was unlikely. &nbs...

45. BICOM Briefing: The Gilad Shalit Deal
(News Room/News - 2011)
... the deal?   Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated that he feels that the dramatic changes affecting the Middle East have opened a brief window of opportunity to secure a deal,...

46. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
...members of Shas are becoming convinced that a peace agreement based on the 1967 borders is necessary, with changes here and there, and that Rabbi Ovadia Yosef will ultimately support such a process&qu...

... Palestinian position over the Israeli one.   It is irrelevant that Israel has nothing to do with changes in the Arab world, and that Israel is not responsible for the megalomania of Ahmadine...

48. Spring, the Tents, and the Occupation
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...Arab world and Israel, many people had persuaded themselves that they were powerless to make the necessary changes; then, when something did happen and the fire was ignited, they discovered the near-u...

...uggle whose declared aim is the destruction of Israel. Israel does not and cannot have a dialogue or any exchanges with such a group. Yes, you make peace with your enemies, but with enemies desiring p...

...prevent him from negotiating with the Netanyahu government on the basis of the 1967 borders, territorial exchanges, an agreed solution to the refugee problem and a moratorium on construction in the se...

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