Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...jeopardizing the long-standing ceasefire between the two countries. It is critical that both parties to the 1974 Disengagement of Forces Agreement respect the Agreement at all times to prevent escalat...

2. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...tiative and a regional peace arrangement with the leading Arab states.   Option six: Israeli unilateral disengagement from the West Bank, including, according to Dekel, the evacuation of some...

...easts.” On the other hand, it refers to Zionist Camp leader Isaac Herzog’s proposal for a unilateral disengagement from East Jerusalem neighborhoods. A senior official in the direct ento...

...aron’s adviser Dov Weissglass once admitted that the Geneva Initiative was one of the triggers of the 2005 disengagement plan, following which Israel pulled out of the Gaza Strip. Beilin had eno...

...cuate the Gaza settlements in 2005 as a model for Lieberman’s territorial exchange plan. They say that the disengagement from the Strip shows that the government is capable of willingly giving u...

...e of the architects of these changing political paradigms. His research, and in particular his 1999 book, “Disengagement – Israel and the Palestinian Entity,” has had an outsized inf...

...withdrawal; the first intifada, which led to Oslo; and the second intifada, which they believe brought about the disengagement from Gaza. I don’t need Barghouti to tell myself that instead of ma...

...are the current round of talks to Henry Kissinger's efforts after the 1973 Yom Kippur War, an effort that led to disengagement agreements between Israel and Syria, and Israel and Egypt. Compare it to ...

... reputation, Oren admitted, in part following the 2000 pullout from Lebanon, but mostly because of the 2005 Gaza disengagement, following which thousands of rockets were fired at Israel from what has ...

10. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...f terrorism. The rise of Hamas in the 2006 Palestinian elections is widely believed to be a direct result of the disengagement from Gaza.   It was the rise of Hamas in Gaza – while Fata...

...li fears of the terror which will come afterwards, like that which we experiences after the Oslo accords and the disengagement, they are selling us an American security 'envelope'.   This is ...

12. Netanyahu's diplomatic vacuum
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...sed to disappear from the headlines. Ultimately, it was one of the factors that motivated Sharon to announce the disengagement from Gaza a few months later. By then he had realized that he had lost al...

13. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...paper, it's a perfect solution. But as we know, life is what happens when planning peace agreements.  The Disengagement from Gaza – Because of us   Over the years, as the political...

14. Why Not in Vegas?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... Carter, who helped forge a lasting peace between Israel and Egypt; Henry Kissinger, who built the post-1973 war disengagement agreements with Syria, Israel and Egypt; and James Baker, who engineered ...

... 2012 ). And the Palestinians, like all of us, learned from Dov Weisglass, who was Sharon's right-hand man, that disengagement from Gaza was only intended to serve as formaldehyde, to stop the "r...

16. It's time for disengagement No. 2
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...1.4.2011 Via Haaretz (click for original)   EXCERPT   The lesson to be learned from the Gaza disengagement is that the time has come to start evacuating the West Bank settlements. ...

...en of Israeli occupation, but without dealing with any of the other issues. However, in this, and similar to the disengagement, Netanyahu is serving the interests of Hamas, seeking to "liberate&q...

18. Be a man, freeze the settlements
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...neutralized U.S. president Jimmy Carter's comprehensive peace initiative. That is what Ariel Sharon did with his disengagement from Gaza, which removed all other ideas from the agenda.   Thir...

19. Makeup exam
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...like "the ingathering of the exiles," "peace," "an end to the conflict," and "disengagement," as enunciated by his predecessors. These messages electrified the ...

...p; In a way, we face the risk of repeating, on a smaller scale, the same thing that happened in the unilateral disengagement plan from Gaza. Israel is surrendering to external pressure (in Gaza to t...

...e Minister Salam Fayyad and President Mahmoud Abbas, succeed, or will its fate be similar to that of the Israeli disengagement plan and the separation fence?   Evacuating the Gaza Strip settl...

22. A new freezing point
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...Ariel Sharon and Shaul Mofaz tried to reach those lines through unilateral moves like the security fence and the disengagement. Altogether, the Israeli position since the end of 2000 has been to annex...

23. With Mofaz as Beilin
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...on was prime minister.  The Geneva Initiative was one of the factors that led Sharon to announce the Gaza disengagement. The Mofaz plan, along with the pressure from the United States, can play...

...neva Initiative, which they inaugurated in December 2003, weeks before Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced his disengagement plan. While the Geneva Initiative is often referenced by diplomats, it ha...

...nd 1985, and another 34 between 1976 and 1980.   Twenty-five of those settlements were destroyed during the disengagement in the summer of 2005. Settlement construction was at its height from 197...

...;as it signals—ultimately the question is how to not just freeze settlements, but remove them. As the Gaza disengagement showed, evacuating settlements is much easier than freezing construction....

27. It's all in a final-status arrangement
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ine and that it would be satisfied with this if it achieved peace agreements with its neighbors. Therefore, disengagement from the Palestinians in the territories and the establishment of a Pales...

...estinian support for this permanent status framework package seems to have been affected in the past more by the disengagement and the disappointment from it, than by Hamas' rise to power. Israeli sup...

29. What are They Really Thinking?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...uot;we must leave Gaza" (Rony Milo in the early nineties) or "the occupation is bad (Sharon before the disengagement). Therefore, the right is doomed to relive its disappointments from leade...

...giving them to the Arabs. The questions from the audience change according what's in the news. Once it was the disengagement. Now it is the relations between Hamas and Fatah. Surprisingly, the Russi...

31. The Annapolis Process
(Peace Library/The Annapolis Process)
...ow to Leave Gaza ICG Report: Disengagement and After (2005) ...

32. Unofficial Papers
(Peace Library/Resources)
... June 2007: Public Opinion in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: From Geneva to Disengagement to Kadima and Hamas - Professor Jacob Shamir paper for USIP ...

33. Official Reports and Statements
(Peace Library/Resources)
... 01.12.2004: World Bank Report: Stagnation or Revival? Israeli Disengagement and Palestinian Economic Prospects ...

34. Previous Peace Plans and Agreements
(Peace Library/Resources)
...ation, 17 March 2005 Revised Disengagement Plan, 6 June 2004 ...

...two-state solution. With regard to talks with Syria, Olmert said "when there is a price and in return the disengagement of Syria from the axis of evil, the question is whether it is worth payin...

...fricans eventually did to the black majority in 1994. The only alternative scenario would be Israel's unilateral disengagement to lines determined by the separation barrier, which annexes about eight ...

...2004: The former World Bank president was appointed as the Quartet’s special envoy for Israel’s Gaza disengagement. An American Jew trusted by both Israel and Washington, Wolfensohn would ...

...rinking. Palestinian support for this permanent status framework package seems to have been affected more by the disengagement and the disappointment from it, than by Hamas' rise to power. Israeli sup...

39. Why Annapolis Worked
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...e initiative that began, for better or worse, in Oslo. Olmert ran on a platform of expanding Sharon’s Gaza disengagement deep into the West Bank. Both of them went to Annapolis last week to star...

40. Rare opportunity for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ified in Saudi Arabia. The initiative, which was rejected by former premier, Ariel Sharon, who was busy with the disengagement at the time, is back on the international stage, and constitutes a rare w...

41. Talk to him
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...e one - a year of reckoning of conscience, in the context of which he has no hesitation about admitting that the disengagement, which he supported as a minister in Ariel Sharon's government, "fai...

42. Summit wisdom
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...anned by Ariel Sharon, founder of their Kadima Party. Sharon's senior adviser, Dov Weissglas, explained that the disengagement would act like "formaldehyde" and ensure "there will be no...

43. Everyone knows the solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...t, as we are the party in possession of the territories supposed to serve the independent Palestinian state. The disengagement from Gaza, which is considered a failure, was not carried out by agreemen...

...ith in the process. Fayad also criticized Israel's "no partner" unilateral approach during the 2005 disengagement from Gaza. He said that the one-sided process pushed the Palestinians &qu...

...e undecided and 3.8% do not know). 3. As Geneva Initiative expected, prior to the 2005 unilateral Gaza disengagement, the lack of negotiations and the unwillingness to negotiate the paramete...

46. Good Vibes from the Mideast?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...sraeli-Palestinian peace has been blocked for years, by Palestinian violence, Israeli unilateralism and American disengagement. But the peacemakers are saying they have been shaken out of their slumbe...

47. Save the West Bank so Israel is Saved
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ct to any agreement. The rightist cry of "we told you so" is essentially correct in the context of the disengagement from Gaza, but in a wider context, it is demagogic. The right has always ...

48. Window of opportunity
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...the West Bank every day. In this state of affairs, there is no possibility for a unilateral solution such as the disengagement. At this time, a window of opportunity has been created for an agreement ...

49. Washington reassessing its role
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ack to the negotiating table. However, the Bush administration remained on the sidelines, supportive of Israel's disengagement policy, active in trying to resolve relatively small on-the-ground proble...

50. Ten Commandments for Mideast Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ents, favor territorial compromise, and prefer diplomatic solutions to military ones (and American engagement to disengagement) in order to further these goals. The key is for the administration to ha...

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