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...Bank and also including the green line.”   For many Palestinians last week – already deeply disillusioned with the international policies of the weak and ageing Abbas – Trum...

2. Seminar for Senior Likud Activists
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...ot to ask a Palestinian expert about the conflict and the Two-State Solution, and the truth is that I was deeply surprised by his answer”. This seminar was made possible through the gene...

3. The Geneva Initiative welcomes the Paris Peace Conference
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...raeli-Palestinian Peace Organization, warmly welcomes the upcoming international conference in Paris, and deeply appreciates the efforts made by France and the participating governments to help the tw...

...less, happening in the next ten years.”   Some think support for the two-state solution is deeply unhelpful. Rabbi Shai Gluskin says, “For salvaging 2SS, the report adds intellect...

5. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... ghetto and to get the ghetto out of us. Today’s prevalent right-wing worldview engraves the ghetto deeply into people’s mind, exploiting the post-traumatic fears of the nation. The R...

...sp; "20 years after the Oslo Accords, new game rules and facts on the ground were created that are deeply entrenched. This reality is very difficult for the Palestinians and very convenient for...

...srael’s governing parties dismiss the two-state solution and allude to annexing the West Bank, I am deeply troubled. When Diskin flags the risk of a Palestinian “Arab Spring” uprisin...

...est as they have the most to gain: Israel, the Palestinians, Jordan and Egypt. Therefore, I maintain that deeply involving Egypt and Jordan at a relatively early stage of the negotiations is critical ...

9. Israel's Embattled Democracy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...stinians are not required to join the army, and most do not. Many feel like second-class citizens and are deeply conflicted about their place in Israeli society.   Demographic changes are mak...

10. Why the United States Should Vote 'Yes'
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...nt is important because the current Palestinian movement working for global recognition is vested in, and deeply committed to, achieving its goals. It has been tireless in managing public response and...

11. The German Who Needed a Fig Leaf
(News Room/News - 2011)
... many Germans had criticized the fact that Brandt went down on his knees. The student pondered the matter deeply and finally said, "It's not pleasant to see something like that - after all, he wa...

12. US Condemns Ariel Construction
(News Room/News - 2011)
...spokesman Kurt Hoyer said. In Washington, the State Department called the new Israeli building "deeply troubling."   "These kinds of actions are counterproductive to the r...

13. There is a Real Partner
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By Yariv Oppenheimer, Maariv 23.10.2010 Via Maariv (click for original)   Last Sunday I was deeply sorrowed by the fact that only 100 Israelis could take part in the historic meeting that w

...ore, this meeting is important. It gives hope, despite a difficult reality.” Still, Israelis remain deeply divided over a possible partition of Jerusalem and the extent of possible land concessi...

...s important. It gives hope, despite a difficult reality."     Still, Israelis remain deeply divided over a possible partition of Jerusalem and the extent of possible land concessi...

16. Madam Secretary’s Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
..., she announced $150 million in direct U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority (and said America was “deeply disappointed” by “counterproductive” Israeli housing plans in East Je...

...ee errors that would harm, and perhaps doom, the discussions.  The first mistake is to intrude too deeply and too often in what must be a bilateral negotiation. The Obama team appears poised to...

...ed from office shortly before the finish line.   SPIEGEL: Mr. President, the Palestinian camp is deeply divided. Your Fatah movement was unable to prevent Hamas's violent takeover in the Gaza...

19. Israelis and Obama
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...by in America which reflexively supports the policies of the Israeli government of the day, no matter how deeply they offend reason or morality — can cure this pathology.   If President...

...t; report, Mitchell said. He noted that the United States has taken the position that the report is "deeply flawed."   Mitchell said he and Clinton plan to attend a conference in Mo...

21. It's time to talk to Fatah
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... Not all statements emanating from Bethlehem have been music to Israel's ears.   Moreover, the deeply-seated mistrust, the habit of reading first and foremost the bad elements in any Palest...

22. In the West Bank, Suburb or Settlement?
(News Room/News - 2009)
...llit, Betar Illit and Maale Adumim -- where the impact of a settlement freeze would probably be felt most deeply. Debate over West Bank settlements is separate from discussion of Jerusalem, which bo...

23. World Watches for U.S. Shift on Mideast
(News Room/News - 2009)
..., the answer to the question remains elusive. His first book, “Dreams From My Father,” delves deeply into matters of race and nationality and the need to belong somewhere, issues that perm...

24. Israel's Fears, Amalek's Arsenal
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...Nevertheless, the prime minister’s preoccupation with the Iranian nuclear program seems sincere and deeply felt. I recently asked one of his advisers to gauge for me the depth of Mr. Netanyahu&r...

25. A Recognition Israel Doesn’t Need
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...and that the Palestinians recognize its Jewish character. This is not only an unnecessary obstacle, it is deeply harmful to Israel’s own sense of being. After all, you don’t need to be a s...

26. This Is Not a Test
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...people of Gaza. But Hamas is not going away. It is well armed and, despite its suicidal behavior of late, deeply rooted. The Palestinian Authority led by Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank will not make...

...lp work out a resolution – we cannot give up on peace. The President-Elect and I understand and are deeply sympathetic to Israel’s desire to defend itself under the current conditions, and...

...orld," he told an audience at the American University of Beirut last week. Mr. Carter has remained deeply involved in Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts since helming the Camp David peace talks ...

29. Four crises on Obama's horizon
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...y Egypt, there might be some urgency to the American policy re-think on this issue - the peace process is deeply flawed in its absence. Of course, Iraq will loom largest when president-elect Obama t...

...t Mahmud Abbas's joint pledge to try to reach a full agreement by the end of 2008. The two sides remain deeply divided on the core issues of the decades-old conflict, including the future status of ...

31. Moving Forward on Negotiations
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...d the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On August 3 she told Wolf Blitzer of CNN “I supported and still deeply support the Annapolis process. We decided and promised to make all efforts to reach a p...

...d the rest of his days traveling around the world in his private plane and on his yacht, says he is still deeply concerned and believes the Middle East conflict must be brought to an end. His life's w...

33. On the Brink of Peace in the Middle East?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...standing “honest broker” approach to this conflict and Arab-Israeli issues more generally has deeply disillusioned the political elite in the Middle East. In particular, U.S. failure to ad...

...peace process, the European Union said on Friday. A statement from the French EU Presidency said it was deeply concerned by the Israeli move. "This decision serves to undermine the credibilit...

...ridical system becomes destabilized. Nor should we forget that the global economy, into which Israel is deeply integrated, creates infinite and complex opportunities for financial crimes. In these c...

36. Israel in transition
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...d is to what they are suffering. Israelis, for their part, resent the inability of outsiders to grasp how deeply threatened they feel, not only by enemies who would obliterate them if they could, but ...

37. Does “Pro-Israel” Mean Anything?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...quo are the ones who care the most. This includes Jewish politicians, many of whom pretend that they care deeply but only discovered Israel when they decided that playing the Jewish card would help th...

38. Into the Lion's Den
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...itics, Palestinians may choose leaders prone to question a prior agreement, especially if it touches upon deeply held beliefs, is controversial, and does not enjoy consensual backing. With a shelf agr...

... territories (the West Bank and Gaza) - belongs to both peoples: both have historic roots in it, both are deeply attached to it, and both claim it as their national homeland. We are convinced that the...

40. Toward a true dialogue
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...rms mean. As an observer of world affairs, I readily acknowledge that the United States must think more deeply than it has in the past about why its intentions have been misunderstood. True dialog...

41. Trapped in Gaza
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ing spree in Egypt, stocking up on fuel, medicine, soap, cigarettes, cement, chickens and goats. We are deeply concerned about the many innocent Israelis who live along the border with Gaza and must...

42. Speaking Truth for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ng peace in that troubled corner of the world. The gap between these groups of American Jews, both caring deeply about Israel but from markedly disparate perspectives, has for years seemed unbridgeabl...

43. Why Annapolis Worked
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...draft was nearly identical to all the others. They know that when peace comes, Israel will have to make a deeply painful concession in Jerusalem, and the Palestinians will face an equally painful comp...

44. Analysis: The Possibilities Of Annapolis
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ed to follow it is going to be fiendishly difficult. Both sides will have to make massive, historic and deeply painful concessions, probably by the end of next year. Even if they are willing and abl...

45. How Rice Can Improve Her Odds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...een accompanied by severe domestic repercussions for Arab and Israeli leaders. What Rice can do is draw deeply from the diplomatic toolbox that has served U.S. policymakers in the past - assurances,...

...in a weakened state, perhaps too weak to take risks and make concessions for peace. The Palestinians were deeply divided and in no easy position to make compromises. And the Bush Administration, itsel...

47. Delivering a Deal
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...In the longer run, the Middle East needs a deal. Moderate Arab states, led by Saudi Arabia and Egypt, are deeply alarmed by the destabilizing influence of Iran in the region. They are desperate to low...

...nd final borders. However, they only discussed these issues in broad, hypothetical terms, without delving deeply into the nitty-gritty details. In other words, the Abbas-Olmert meeting resulted in a...

49. Wanted: An Israeli school of realism
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...r pursuing them. The key place to begin is in rethinking the policy of driving the friendly leaders of deeply divided neighboring states or pre-states further toward a politics that is ungovernable...

50. Washington reassessing its role
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...hed? For the current administration, two primary considerations have underpinned a reticence to get too deeply involved in peace-making. President George W. Bush believed that his predecessor, Presi...

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