Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...nblatt and Mr. Friedman are all Orthodox Jews with ties to Israel. But Ms. Powell is an Egyptian-born Coptic Christian and Mr. Kushner has developed strong ties with the Saudis and other Arabs and rec...

...roposed, pushed and voted for the resolution.   “To deny, conceal or erase any of the Jewish, Christian or Muslim traditions undermines the integrity of the site,” her statement s...

...s unanswered dot: Did the Palestinians ever make an actual offer, final or not?”   “The Christian prays for his daily bread; the Jew, for his daily illusion.”   Now...

...orical moment a common local identity of all the country’s inhabitants existed: Arabs, both Muslim and Christian; and Jews of Mizrahi (North African or Middle Eastern origin) and Ashkenazi (East...

...ic overtones aside). For the word “Jew,” substitute “Palestinian.” Instead of “Christian,” use “Jew”: Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands, organ...

6. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...asser] Arafat will get sovereignty over the Muslim Quarter and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Perhaps the Christian Quarter, too. Sovereignty in the Jewish and Armenian Quarters is Israeli. The out...

...settlements and lead to the illegal expropriation of private property, some of which belongs to the Waqf and Christian churches,” Erekat wrote in the letter leaked to the Paris daily Le Figaro.&...

8. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...ng tapestry of complicated, sometimes fraught, but always intermingled connections between Jews, Muslims and Christians in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron. Richly detailed and profoundly evocative, &ldquo...

9. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...es are inseparable. The unbridgeable religious divide precludes political compromise. Many Muslims, Jews and Christians go further still and believe the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not just a case...

...own midst, within Israel society, there are complex tensions between the Jewish majority and the Arab-Muslim-Christian minority, and these can easily be fed by what’s happening and will happen b...

...Israeli society –  there exist difficult tensions between the Jewish majority and the Arab-Muslim-Christian minority, and they can be easily affected by what happens between us and the Pale...

12. Prevent the next big explosion
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...raeli society itself contains complicated tensions between the Jewish majority and the Arab minority – Christian or Muslim – and those tensions can easily feed on what is happening and wil...

13. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...After all, approximately 20 percent of the state’s citizens are Arab, and at least another 200,000 are Christians who immigrated to Israel from former Soviet states under the Law of Return &minu...

By Khalil Shikaki and Steven M. Cohen, Christian Science Monitor 22.08.13 via the Christian Science Monitor, [click here for original article]   RAMALLAH, WEST BANK; AND JERUSALEM Secreta

Interview with Christiana Amanpour, CNN  18.07.2012 via CNN (click here for the original link)     

 By Christiane Amanpour, CNN  08.06.2012 via CNN   "In the history of the World, no one ever washed a rental car. Why not? Because people only care only about what they own.

... Singapore — to show that they, together, can give birth to a Palestinian state where Arab Muslims and Christians, men and women, can thrive in a secular, but religiously respectful, free-market...

18. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
...solution is to preserve the reality that exists today", says Vaknin. "The Jews, the Muslim and the Christians live there in peace. Still, we cannot say that we are willing to undergo painful...

19. Give Peace a Chance
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...i troops from territories occupied in 1967, with some modification and ending all claims.   Jewish, Christian and Muslim American leaders - who comprise the National Interreligious Leadership...

 By Edmund Sanders, Christian Science Monitor 20.5.2011 via Christian Science Monitor (Click for original) Edmund Sanders: By most accounts, [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu will n

21. Bibi and Barack
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... via Haaretz (click for original)   Reading the headlines from the Middle East these days — Christians and Muslims clashing in Egypt, Syria attempting to crush its democracy rebellion...

22. The Geneva Accord: a breakthrough model
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
 By Yossi Beilin, Christian Science Monitor 21.4.2011 Via Christian Science Monitor (click for original)     Just over a decade ago, Israelis and Palestinians met at Camp David.

....2011 via Catholic News Agency (click for original) The U.S. Catholic bishops have joined a coalition of Christian, Jewish, and Muslims leaders urging the president and secretary of state to take ...

By Editorial Board, Christian Science Monitor   8.4.2011 via Christian Science Monitor (click for original) EXCERPT In the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process, it has worked to I

25. Lost Innocence
(News Room/News - 2011)
...represented the new, enlightened face of the PLO: Palestinian patriot, peace-seeker, intellectual, woman and Christian all in one. The talks with the Israeli delegation, led by Elyakim Rubinstein, wer...

...ver Peace By The Daily Star Abbas Invites Israeli Lawmakers to Lunch in Ramallah By Joshua Mitnick, Christian Science Monitor Palestinian Leader Has 60 Israelis to Lunch By Isabel K...

By Joshua Mitnick, Christian Science Monitor 20.12.2010 via Christian Science Monitor (Click here for original)   Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas hosted a banquet yesterday to

 By Joshua Mitnick, Christian Science Monitor 26.09.2010 The Geneva Accord is mentioned in the Christian Science Monitor's article, "As Israel settlement freeze ends, one-year peace plan b

...;This trust is going to ensure the freedom of access to all the holy sites to any Jew, to any Muslim, to any Christian," he said. Also Sunday, Netanyahu said he does not plan to extend a morato...

30. In Jerusalem, a Barrier Comes Down
(News Room/News - 2010)
...vine separated Gilo, built by Israel on land it captured from Jordan in the 1967 war, from the predominantly Christian West Bank village, Beit Jala, and other localities sprawling over the opposite hi...

...ecturing at the New School for Social research in New York. The lectures were about the basis of Judaism and Christianity. He gave the six most brilliant lectures I ever heard in my life about Judaism...

...ong to us. In Jerusalem, I can practice all my religious rights, the same way you can practice yours and the Christian practices his. All guests from around the world can practice theirs too. That is ...

...othing to do with the Mossad. Often holding unorthodox views, Mr. Kimche encouraged Israeli relations with Christians in Lebanon years before the idea became popular in Israel. More recently he advo...

34. Geneva Initiative at the Forum 2000 in Prague
(Events/Joint Activities - 2009)
...ge in Jerusalem and Professor Emeritus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Related articles: Christian Science Monitor: November 19, Palestinians Accuse Israeli Settlements of Divertin...

...r, including the Western Wall, while Palestine would have sovereignty over the other three quarters (Muslim, Christian and Armenian) as well as the Haram al-Sharif, or Temple Mount. Neither Israelis...

By: Christian Science Monitor, Ilene R. Prusher The Geneva Initiative, a group of prominent Israelis and Palestinians, on Tuesday presented a blueprint for comprehensive peace. Next step: public debat

...P (The Khaleej Times in English, United Arab Emirates; translated to Arabic on several Arab media outlets) Christian Science Monitor The Boston Globe United Press International (UPI) The Guard...

38. Taking the Mideast peace plunge
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: The Christian Science Monitor (Editorial) 19.08.2009   One of many problems in making Middle East peace is that no one wants to go first. Decades of injustice, violence, and false promise

...e West Bank. Israel conquered East Jerusalem, including the historic Old City with its Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Armenian quarters, and the West Bank from Jordan in the 1967 Six Day War. ...

40. Everything Is Ready; Just Sign
(News Room/News - 2009)
...Air Force will be able to carry out training flights over the West Bank, except on Fridays and on Muslim and Christian holidays. Flights at an altitude of less than 8,000 feet and crossing civilian ai...

...West Bank from Jordan in the 1967 Six-Day war. It annexed East Jerusalem, which contains sites holy to Jews, Christians and Muslims, as well as many Palestinian neighborhoods, and built a series of Je...

... farmers during harvest. The attackers often included North American Jews, my colleagues said. Evangelical Christians in the United States also support the settlements, raising millions of dollars f...

...e is unreasonable because each state should define its own character, whether it wants to be Jewish, Muslim, Christian, democratic, socialistic etcetera. If Israel wants to define itself as the Jewish...

... of State Colin Powell bravely asserted when he endorsed Obama, in America, every young person—Muslim, Christian or otherwise—is entitled to believe that he or she might become president. ...

By Nicholas Blanford, The Christian Science Monitor Date: 17.12.08 Beirut, Lebanon - Exhausted by years of conflict and political stagnation, the peoples of the Middle East are looking to President-

...ly sites and presented the case of Bethlehem as an example—the city has become Muslim despite its holy Christian sites. Col. (ret.) Shaul Arieli explained that East Jerusalem is already the ca...

47. Palestinian Hopes for Barack Obama
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ence that surrounded Israel’s establishment in 1948, our losses were immense. Over 726,000 Palestinian Christians and Muslims – the majority of the Arab population of mandatory Palestine &...

48. French
(The Accord/Full Text)
..., spirituelle, et culturelle universelle de Jérusalem et sa sainteté pour le Judaïsme, le Christianisme, et l'Islam. En reconnaissance de ce statut, les Parties réaffirment l...

49. English
(The Accord/Full Text)
...istoric, religious, spiritual, and cultural significance of Jerusalem and its holiness enshrined in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In recognition of this status, the Parties reaffirm their commitme...

50. Peace process? What peace process?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...e obstacles to peacemaking. In Seville, a historic place of meeting, and conflict, among Jews, Muslims and Christians, Israelis and Palestinians sat in cafes and in formal sessions to discuss coexis...

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