Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. Seminar for local community leaders in Bet Sahour
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...rogram combined lectures, discussions and training sessions, and featured journalist Nasser El Laham and Fateh Central Committee Member Abbas Zaki, among others. This seminar was covered by sever...

2. Palestinian Peace Coalition seminar for young adults
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...were addressed by Dr. Husam Zomlot, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Commission for International Affairs, Fateh, Mr. Nidal Foqaha, the Director General of the PPC-GI and Mr. Reyad Shrim, of Alistiklal ...

...y as much as the conflict between the parties. On the Palestinian side, the primary internal division is Fateh versus Hamas. On the Israeli side, the conflict has long been center-left versus center-r...

...ers of the peace process (66%) compared to those opposed to the peace process (54%), among supporters of Fateh (74%) compared to supporters of Hamas (56%). Support in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip ...

... January, 2010, whilst 35.5 % oppose this notion. 59.1 % of the respondents believe that Fateh has a better chance to win the elections if these are held in January 2010, whilst 3...

6. Too big a risk
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...these are leaders the Palestinian public can be proud of.   They are under tremendous pressure. Fateh activists want them to appoint Fateh people to various institutions. Hamas claims they ar...

7. October 2009 Poll by AWRAD
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
... 89% of the population supports the conduct of presidential and legislative elections in January 2010. Fateh‘s popularity is at 45% while Hamas‘s at 17%. As many as 38% remain undecided....

8. August 2009 Poll conducted by PSR
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
Popularity of Abbas and Fateh increases and the popularity of Haniyeh and Hamas decreases; perception of personal and family security and safety increases and perception of corruption in PA institutio

...arwan Barghouthi and Mustafa Barghouthi win over Ismail Haniyeh In a proportional election system, Fateh wins a majority, Hamas gets less than one-third of the vote Palestinians support co...

... 47.2 How would you assess nowadays your attitude or support to Fateh? Response ...

... Bank in late May, Reuters said. The US training programme has fuelled tensions between Abbas' secular Fateh faction and the Hamas Islamist group, which seized control of the Gaza Strip last year. ...

...fter the Israeli redeployment from Gaza and further exacerbated by the subsequent confrontations between Fateh and Hamas that left Gaza under the control of one and the West Bank under the control of ...

13. Serious but inconclusive
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...cently and announced that agreement was within reach. But today we hear Qurei saying to a meeting of top Fateh leaders that while the "ongoing negotiations are serious and difficult, this does no...

14. Engage
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
... settlements on occupied territory and especially in Jerusalem, while the division between the West Bank/Fateh and Gaza/Hamas is undermining hopes for a single Palestinian polity. The strategy of k...

15. Back to constructive chaos
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...tion. A case in point is the effort being made by Egypt and Syria to generate talks between Hamas and Fateh. The lethal clash between the two organizations is pivotal not only in preventing the for...

...mong refugees (58% to 25%) compared to non-refugees (58% to 28%), and among those who intend to vote for Fateh’s list (68% to 25%) compared to those who intend to vote for Hamas’s list (46...

...and Haniyeh, the former would receive the support of 52% and the latter 40%. Moreover, the gap between Fateh and Hamas increases from 7 percentage points last March to 12 percentage points in this p...

...g the siege and as a victim of Israeli attacks. These also presented Palestinian President Abbas and his Fateh faction as impotent, unable to change the bitter reality in the West Bank or ending Israe...

19. Implementing the Annapolis declaration
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...o accelerate the Israeli-Palestinian track. Time is also not in Israel's favor due to the weakening of Fateh and danger signs that the Palestinians are increasingly inclined to forego a two-state so...

...lections. From among those who said they will participate, 55.3% said that they will give their votes to Fateh's candidate; 15.8% said they will give their votes to Hamas' candidate. • 74.6% of...

21. Making the West Bank a model
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ies by Palestinian armed groups, and that as a byproduct also subdue potential clashes between Hamas and Fateh. Hamas is too weak to be capable of involvement in a Gaza-style struggle. The West Bank o...

22. Getting to yes and recognising it
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...Palestinian side, and contrary to conventional wisdom in the US, the Mecca unity government deal between Fateh and Hamas in many ways represents a broadening Palestinian consensus around the inevitabi...

23. Wanted: a sane coalition
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...own right, he is initiating striking political moves like the Mecca summit, where he compelled Hamas and Fateh to form a national unity government. Anyone seeking to promote regional stability must re...

...ge (37%) blames Israel, the international community and the US (25%) or other Palestinian groups such as Fateh (13%). * A majority of 72% supports the Saudi, or Arab, initiative and 26% oppose i...

...pact of the cease fire on the power struggle in the PA, 21% of the Palestinians think that Abu-Mazin and Fateh will gain more politically from the cease fire, 15% think Haniyeh and Hamas, 34% think bo...

26. Economic survey
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...ioration of the economic conditions in the territories of the Palestinian Authority?" 12.2% "Fateh" 24.6% "Hamas" 30.6% "United States of America" 28.4% &quo...

27. Why Israeli unilateralism is failing
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...n perceptions that must be grasped and engaged politically, including: the failure of nearly 40 years of Fateh- and Arafat-led policies; the failure of foreign diplomatic intervention, including recen...

28. Barghouti leads, Abbas asserts himself
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...nown for their political activities among the Palestinian public: Marwan Barghouti, secretary general of Fateh and a member of the Palestinian parliament; Sheikh Abd al-Halak Natsche, one of the most ...

29. Indespensible for the historic compromise
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...liticians, and he contributed to the transformation of Palestinian political thinking, especially within Fateh, through his advocacy of the historical compromise to end the Palestinian-Israeli conflic...

30. Geneva Initiative Report: June 2006
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...alestinian political platform and possibly even for a national unity government.  Drafted by jailed Fateh leader Marwan Barghouti and jailed Hamas leader Sheik Abdel Khaliq al-Natsche, among othe...

31. GI Briefing: March 15, 2005
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...n the affirmative.  Others have argued that the Hamas win simply represented a protest vote against Fateh.  In the opinion of the GI, Hamas' victory was in part due to Fateh's corruption and...

... ceasefire and to a plan to cope with the members of armed groups belonging to Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and Fateh. Most Palestinians(80%) and Israelis (80%) support the extension of the ceasefire.An over...

33. ISRAELI/PALESTINIAN POLL TRACKER
(News Room/Op Ed - 2003-2005)
...vey Research (PCPSR) between December 6-8, which reveal that a majority of Palestinians plan to vote for Fateh. However, the split within the party may hurt its overall results... Both polls foun...

34. Fatah Primaries and the Rise of the New Guard
(News Room/Op Ed - 2003-2005)
...ange, which may make or break the volatile relationship between the two peoples and their governments... Fateh needs to resolve the pending issues between its new guard and old guard sooner rather tha...

35. Arafat: One Year Later
(News Room/Op Ed - 2003-2005)
...tinian Authority; government offices barely function; law enforcement is in a state of collapse; and the Fateh movement is destroying itself from within in superfluous power struggles. In other words,...

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