Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...   In June, a group of young Palestinians and Israelis decided to take a break from the never-ending blame game and spend some time together listenin...

...tinians are considering participating for the first time. Several Palestinian political parties have even decided to field candidates. One party leader, East Jerusalem activist Ramadan Dabash, said in...

3. How They Made Abbas the Enemy of Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...apital of each state, and a solution to the refugee problem based on the Arab Peace Initiative. The forum decided to meet with the presidents of each state to present its program.   We met wi...

...k here for the full article)   The Palestine Liberation Organization’s Executive Committee decided Saturday night to demand that the UN Security Council recognize a Palestinian state wi...

...nd Israeli state authorities avoid setting foot in them, are in fact a Jerusalem issue that has yet to be decided. Trump was right to declare that Israel’s borders in Jerusalem would be det...

...estinians and security across the region.”   Mr. Trump, who considers himself a dealmaker, decided to adopt the challenge when he took office in January, intrigued at the idea of succee...

...e imperialist principle of that time, under which each State could embark on a war that invaded lands and decided its fate. "The importance of the declaration lies first and foremost in the fact ...

...eed an intervention When both sides aren’t ready to make concessions, when one side gets to decide who sits at the table and who sits in jail, negotiations are bound to fail. It is ti...

...ia Haaretz (click here for the full article)   19.04.2017     The U.S. will only decide how to proceed with the peace process following the May 3 White House meeting, Palestin...

... the 40 families who were evicted from their homes in the Amona settlement (the Israeli Supreme Court had decided that their neighborhood had illegally been built on a Palestinian’s private land...

...nal state because it will be impossible to untie the knot between the two peoples. That is not the way to decide."  Pardo went on to say that Israel has "one existential threat,"...

...bbas. They need to be asked tough questions, try to understand how much leeway they really have, and then decide whether Israel has a true partner in Ramallah and the PLO a true partner in Jerusalem. ...

...nts all agreed that the Geneva Initiative model continues to offer a feasible basis for an agreement, and decided to continue to promote it among the Israeli and Palestinian leadership and societies. ...

...   Will Obama follow these precedents? He has given out conflicting signals. If the U.S. were to decide not to veto a UN Security Council resolution against continued settlement building, tha...

...hen the Palestinians were accepted by UNESCO as a full member state. And the main reason the Palestinians decided to abandon bilateral negotiations in favor of unilateral steps at UN institutions duri...

...y looked at a piece of scientific research, saw that it doesn’t confirm their own prior beliefs and decided that it’s made up and that they know more than the experts.   If this s...

...tion and put a stop to the gradual takeover of Area C in the West Bank.   Members of the Quartet decided to compile the report during a foreign ministers' meeting in February. The decision wa...

18. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ack.   In a speech after the Orlando massacre, US President Barack Obama said, “We have to decide if that’s the kind of country we want to be.” He then added, “And to ...

...re happy to hear that as a result of this encounter, a group of Israeli and Palestinian participants have decided to work together to create new opportunities for dialogue within their own communities...

...zona,” he recalls. “One trivial possibility was to sum up what we know about Jerusalem. But I decided to talk about what we don’t know about Jerusalem, and I came to the conclusion t...

...million per day. This financial commitment is now being renewed, unless Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decides to wait and conclude the deal with the next president.   At the same time, th...

...b and international support, feel extremely isolated. It is within this context that they have apparently decided to move on their own toward a unilateral declaration of statehood in June 2017 and to ...

...er, with a university degree, makes less than $1,000 a month. On another web site it says that Israel has decided to authorize additional construction in the settlement outposts. Then there are report...

... the international community to revitalize an Israeli-Palestinian two-state solution process. The Quartet decided to compose a report that will outline the obstacles that today are preventing a renewe...

...an state based on the June 4, 1967, borders. This should be subjected to mutual land swaps that the sides decide on within a set period of time. Similarly, negotiations would be held on all the other ...

26. A new course is born: Young Leadership for Peace
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...in the public and political arenas. Among other things, they learned about the core issues that are to be decided in a future Peace agreement, how peace negotiations are conducted, and how to best use...

27. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ame to Qatar in 1957 from Damascus, to which his family fled from Safed in 1948.   In 1970 Abbas decided to dedicated most of his time to political work in Fatah and the PLO. Arafat and Kaddo...

28. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
.... In recent years, I'm a self-employed attorney and mediator who deals with civil suits. Why did you decide to enter politics? Throughout my life, I was involved in the community in areas from ed...

... and 39% say they would vote for Fatah, 9% would vote for all other third parties combined, and 21% are undecided. Three months ago, vote for Hamas stood at 36% and Fatah at 34%. In June 2014, just be...

...ns.In the early stages of the elections, Bar-Shalom was considering a run for the Knesset, but ultimately decided to accept the role of adviser on women’s issues for the Shas party, which does n...

...securing a comprehensive regional accord. In response, political pundits and analysts have been trying to decide whether the foreign minister and head of Yisrael Beiteinu is veering rightward or leftw...

32. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ers. In any case, he must not be part of the next government. This is a historic election for Israelis to decide which of the two Israels they want ...

...t clear to the Palestinians that such a move would disrupt ties with the PLO, and President Mahmoud Abbas decided on a rapid move that would ensure he did not meet the required majority. The ques...

...lin, i24 7.12.14 via i24 [click here for the original article]   The question of politics will decide the future of Israel. It will not be the technical question of how to lower housing pri...

...theless, 46 percent said they supported an agreement, while 33 percent were opposed. Twenty percent are undecided. ...

...[in Gaza], the Israeli public will have a very clear choice to make. In the end, the Israeli voter has to decide, personally, whether he sees a future of two states in this land or not.” &nbsp...

...esset three years ago, to discuss a possible permanent Israeli-Palestinian agreement. But someone high up decided to put an end to the meetings: When Oron applied to the prison service to arrange a vi...

...those people on the left who automatically support a Palestinian reconciliation government,” I have decided to back my case with the professional opinion of some 40 diplomats and experts from Is...

39. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...of peace with the Palestinians once, in 1993. It failed, and from that moment on, it’s as if Israel decided to seal off that option once and for all. Here, too, see the twisted logic of despair ...

...sp; The American team will be disbanded in the coming days - most of it, or all of it. Kerry has yet to decide what he is going to do - whether he will wait several months and then try to renew his ...

41. Destroying the Negotiations
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ot prepared to recognize the State of Israel, and certainly not as a Jewish state, Abu Mazen will have to decide whether to continue negotiating and will have to choose between reconciliation with Ham...

42. Recognition of Israel as a Jewish State
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...e demand should not be the end-all and be-all of the peace process, or, as he put it, the “critical decider” of attitudes towards “the possibility of state and peace.”  ...

...ued international legitimacy and recognition of Jerusalem as its capital — even if the Palestinians decided to breach the deal and perpetuate the conflict. On the other hand, if Jerusalem opted ...

44. Netanyahu's diplomatic vacuum
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...eight to the prime minister.   Netanyahu is closer than ever to the moment where he will have to decide for himself. Without the Iranian nuclear issue, he will have to be more active in the c...

... for the initiation of the secret channel of talks. On December 4, when we were all in London, Hirschfeld decided that his partner for the talks in Oslo would be a PLO official from Tunis, Abu Ala (Ah...

... for the initiation of the secret channel of talks. On December 4, when we were all in London, Hirschfeld decided that his partner for the talks in Oslo would be a PLO official from Tunis, Abu Ala (Ah...

...o;ll be there at every junction, giving support.”   However, he said, if Bayit Yehudi does decide to leave, “then we’ll be there, like the head of our party said. If we need...

48. Five new MK's meet with senior Palestinians
(Events/Joint Activities - 2013)
... negotiations. Amongst the agreed steps, the participants decided to prepare a joint statement of support for the negotiations to be signed by members o...

...believe Israel is ours because God gave it to us. I don’t believe I am an occupier. Our rabbis will decide what is best to do to avoid blood being spilled.”   The Right also under...

50. One-State Dream, One-State Nightmare
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ions, and that this is the end of Zionism. Eventually the Palestinians will come to us and say, O.K., you decided we are not going to have a country at all, so we want to vote. If you say no, you are ...

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