Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...Strip”.   Hanan Ashrawi: “Europe has so many tools to pressure Israel. Being the largest commercial partner for Israel, it should use such privilege to push Israel to respect the ...

2. Europe is not hostile to Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...reasons - shared Western values - and practical ones - an export-based economy in which Europe is the biggest commercial partner. As calls to establish a Palestinian state rise in Europe, the narrat...

3. Geneva Initiative Seminar for Israeli Journalists
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...de over 6,000 home units in twenty neighborhoods. The city will include a modern stadium, amphitheater, mall, commercial, schools and industrial areas and more. The planning and pace of the building i...

4. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...nd the Israel Defense Forces would have rights to disproportionate use of telecommunications spectrum (though commercial rights would be equalized under international law). When I spoke with Abbas in ...

...ifada. There once was a time when security was the famous catchword that was featured in Netanyahu's campaign commercials which vowed, "If they give [security], they'll receive." When ther...

6. The Real Palestinian Revolution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...th 19 companies and now has 41 — and 8 more will join this year. The companies listed there include the Commercial Bank of Palestine, Nablus Surgical Center, Palestine Electric Company and Arab ...

...h sector's key construction and additional equipment, and a significant increase in the quantity and range of commercial traffic through legitimate crossings, the statement read. Serry's speech in I...

...n the assumption that it is permissible to confiscate someone else's property - not for public domain but for commercial development that does not benefit the existing community - based solely on the ...

...nsion of political and non-political contacts between Israelis and Palestinians, and an increase in trade and commercial ties, among other similar actions. We also are calling for a return to an activ...

10. Squandering the Moment
(News Room/News - 2009)
...to a peace deal by signaling a greater acceptance of Israel — by granting overflight rights for Israeli commercial planes or opening consular or trade offices in Israel.   Instead of ch...

11. Green Shoots in Palestine II
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ad this quote in the Maariv daily from Omar Hashim, deputy chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of Nablus, the commercial center of the West Bank: “Traders here are satisfied,” said Hashim....

12. The Settlements Issue
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ably Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Syria — to signal the beginning of an acceptance by allowing Israel to fly commercial planes through Arab airspace or open government commercial offices in their cap...

...cials said the United States was pushing for a package of measures ranging from Arab countries’ opening commercial offices in Tel Aviv to their leaders’ granting interviews to Israeli jour...

14. Obama’s Emerging Middle East Map
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ch Obama is insisting on. The rapid improvement in U.S. relations with Damascus, including a pledge to lift commercial sanctions, is another pointer to Obama’s quest for a comprehensive peace ...

15. Get Stuck In, Mr President
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...hould be bullied into offering Israel tokens of good faith, such as permission for overflights and reciprocal commercial offices. They could also push much harder to help reconcile the two Palestinian...

16. Settlements Defy Solution
(News Room/News - 2009)
...jects under way in return for steps by Arab countries to normalize relations with Israel. Arab moves toward commercial or diplomatic ties with Israel could help Netanyahu persuade partners in his ri...

17. Israel Removes West Bank Checkpoints
(News Room/News - 2009)
...ng of the Israeli security barrier had severely restricted the flow of goods in and out of the West Bank, and commercial vehicles were now forced to use designated crossing-points in the barrier, whic...

18. Palestinian Security Forces Return
(News Room/News - 2009)
... four cities unless there are "urgent security needs." The cities are Ramallah, the political and commercial center in the West Bank, Qalqiliya, Bethlehem and Jericho. Similar moves have b...

...xcluded from entering the impoverished enclave, which will require massive amounts of steel, cement and other commercial goods to rebuild after the war. Egypt and Israel have balked at Hamas demands...

... smuggling through the tunnels under the border was by opening Gaza's crossing points with Israel to allow in commercial goods. Besides weapons, Gazans also use the tunnels to smuggle desperately need...

21. Italian
(The Accord/Full Text)
...i per lo sviluppo economico nelle aree di comune interesse, compresa l’area dei trasporti, cooperazione commerciale nelle aree confinanti, e il turismo. vi. Un Sotto-comitato per i servizi di ...

22. French
(The Accord/Full Text)
... domaines d'intérêt commun, y compris dans les domaines des transports, de la coopération commerciale sur la ligne de démarcation et du tourisme. ...

23. English
(The Accord/Full Text)
...lans for economic development in areas of joint interest, including in the areas of transportation, seam line commercial cooperation, and tourism, A Police a...

... By Wafa Amr NABLUS, West Bank (Reuters) - Trade is blooming in Nablus after eight years of commercial drought, as Arabs from Israel return to shop in a city declared off-limits in 2...

25. Who will take the first step?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...rael never materialized. A few other Arab countries, such as Morocco and Bahrain, have established discreet commercial links with the Jewish state while other countries continue to ignore the very e...

...d West Bank since Hamas Islamists seized the Gaza Strip in June, asked Olmert to open the coastal territory's commercial crossings to let in supplies for Gaza's 1.5 million residents, Israeli official...

...ods within and in and out of the Palestinian territories. Mr Wolfensohn’s attempt to create a “commercial corridor” to allow freedom of movement for goods and workers was thwarted...

28. You can learn it in a negotiations course
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...uying a house and finding a job to agreements between huge corporations and governments. The two have studied commercial negotiations and labor relations. They have not taken an interest in the Osl...

29. Time to bring soldiers home
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...gh. The United States could relocate the Iraqis back by rebuilding homes, creating an economy and bringing in commercial generators the size of locomotives to power Baghdad, supplying electricity, run...

...and every effort is made to block humanitarian funds to Palestinians, to prevent their right to employment or commercial trade, and to deny them access to Israel and the outside world. In order to a...

31. The Keys to the Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...sts, chiefly Abbas. Using him as the conduit, it must release the frozen taxes and donations, and open up the commercial crossings, in order to ease conditions for the Palestinian population. Such a...

...tionally brokered agreement on the Palestinian economy nevertheless awaits implementation of a new regime for commercial border crossings elsewhere in Gaza. But Mr Abbas said free movement for civil...

33. Arafat: One Year Later
(News Room/Op Ed - 2003-2005)
...at will put paid to the Arafat legacy. Perhaps the opening of Gaza to Egypt and the inauguration of efficient commercial transit points with Israel will rejuvenate the Gazan economy and generate a new...

...esidents boycott municipal elections and maintain almost entirely separate education, health, transportation, commercial and cultural networks from those of the Jewish population. In contrast to th...

... and Arnon Regular, Haaretz, 03.02.05 The Second Authority for Television and Radio on Wednesday disqualified commercials produced on behalf of the Geneva Accord campaign, which portray Palestinian pu...

36. The Geneva Accord Moves to Center Stage
(News Room/News - 2003-2005)
...9, it would have been more convenient for us, but the advertisers insisted and in the end we agreed. We are a commercial channel and we had no reason to refuse their request." This is how Tariq...

37. Who's Who
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...he PA Reform Committee, Former Advisor to Nabil Sha'ath, Taba negotiator CEO The Commercial Bank of Palestine Former PLO delegate to the UN Head of the Pales...

38. Full text
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...lans for economic development in areas of joint interest, including in the areas of transportation, seam line commercial cooperation, and tourism, f. A Police and Emergency Services Committee: ...

39. Article 6
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...lans for economic development in areas of joint interest, including in the areas of transportation, seam line commercial cooperation, and tourism, 6. A Police and Emergency Services Committee: to co...

40. Who's Who
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...he PA Reform Committee, Former Advisor to Nabil Sha'ath, Taba negotiator CEO The Commercial Bank of Palestine Former PLO delegate to the UN Head of the Pales...

41. Full text
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...lans for economic development in areas of joint interest, including in the areas of transportation, seam line commercial cooperation, and tourism, f. A Police and Emergency Services Committee: ...

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