Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...umber of United Nations resolutions and bilateral agreements that remain valid to this day. They also define the final status issues that can only be resolved through negotiations between the parties ...

...ing failure of the Hamas government to create a reality that extricates the Gaza population from the confines of poverty and neglect that they have long endured (even though Hamas is able to deter any...

...d the Land of Israel.   At the Third Arab National Congress, in December 1920, they began to define themselves as the Arab-Palestinian Executive Committee and asked for the formation of an or...

...ubborn. And since the EU has an important presence and engagement on the ground, including but not confined to financial assistance, we want to be as effective as possible to support the objective o...

...int that the situation is now of one state with two systems.”   Abbas has consistently defined settlement building as a main obstacle to achieving a peace deal. The Israeli government r...

...e that both parties like.” Merkel also expressed concerns over settlement building, which she defined as “an impediment to the resolution of the conflict” and “leading to the...

...t off from one another by innumerable Israeli corridors and unused IDF firing zones that are together defined as Area C.   Yehoshua would then understand that, in fact, Bennett is proposing t...

...oes beyond land. In the name of Judaism or Zionism we continue to look for anything that will help us define ourselves, meanwhile we have prevented the Palestinians from doing that very thing for near...

9. Is Israel annexing West Bank Area C?
(News Room/News - 2016)
...re for the original)   The Palestinian Authority (PA) is today more concerned with what they define as the gradual annexation of Area C in the West Bank (61% of the territory in which Israel,...

...te.   Today, the report states, Israel has unilaterally seized over 70 percent of Area C and defined it as area solely for Israeli use.   "Nearly all of the remaining 30 percent...

...at every second Jew in Israel supports the expulsion of Israeli Arabs and that only 8% of respondents define themselves as left wing. To top it all off, in an interview with Al-Monitor, Avigdor Libe...

12. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...unable to bridge the fundamental gaps with Abbas. Meanwhile, talks with Netanyahu were empty and were defined by their deep mistrust. Abbas entered them in the hopes of winning the hearts of the Ameri...

...turn to the table and finish their final status negotiations within two years, without establishing a defined goal of ending Israel’s occupation of the West Bank. It is a fair compromise between...

...lts of an election" said Baltiansky. "And steps by the international community that help to define the basis for negotiations will be helpful in reaching an agreement.” ...

...could ignite the entire West Bank.   The 'eternally united Jerusalem', as the Prime Minister defines it, is actually a bi-national city which exists in the shadow of an ongoing conflict betwe...

...on which the Palestinians presented to the Security Council calling for an end to the occupation in a defined time period.   The diplomatic source said that the initiative, which came from the ...

...the larger context: the implosion over the past decade and a half of the ideological certainties that defined Israeli political identity in the ’90s.   Haifa University political scient...

... Bank. The same agreement also determined that the border crossings would operate continuously and be defined as international border crossings. The Rafah border crossing would be operated by the PA a...

...ndencies from coming to the fore on the part of our priesthood. We shall keep our priests within the confines of their temples in the same way as we shall keep our professional army within the confine...

20. Israel has a partner in Abbas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...Zoabi, who cordially welcomes terror. On the other hand stood the most senior Palestinian leader, who defined terror as every person – both Muslim and non-Muslim – should have defined it. ...

...artin Indyk left the room and the two sides were left alone.   "The talks allowed us to define the gaps between the two sides. In December, we realized it was time to present our own ide...

...amas is its own worst enemy, with inflammatory vitriol and military attacks against Israelis, it self-defines as working for the liberation of the Palestinian occupied lands and for the recognition of...

23. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...nian populations.   As Oppenheimer put it, “I want the Law of Return, I want Israel to define itself as a Jewish state. The only way I can justify all this is by ensuring a Jewish major...

24. Defining the Endgame of the Peace Process
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...rties can accept it. A detailed blueprint for peace wouldn't quite complete the endgame, but it would define the endgame in important ways and thus help maintain the possibility of a two-state solutio...

...atter, and Peace Now highlights a key detail: most of the increase in settlers (64 percent) has been confined to settlements that could become part of Israel in a two-state agreement (you can see a ma...

26. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... Israel over the years. This approach may be termed New Zionism.   New Zionism is easiest to define by what it is not. It is not the anachronistic Zionism, whose authority stems from truths t...

27. The Two-State Imperative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ler Jews there to vote.   Gershom Gorenberg puts the post-1967 issue with great clarity in his fine book, “The Unmaking of Israel”: “If Israel really believed that the terri...

...n interlocutors.   I still believe that genuine leadership that charts a clear path toward a defined goal could propel forward a process which if moved in a truly positive spirit (and I empha...

29. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...n majority.   Fact: Palestinian leadership accepts that Israel as a democracy has a right to define itself any way it wishes. It is not within the jurisdiction of PA to define Israel as the J...

...what happens with the Arab League, everything — if Defense Minister Moshe 'Bogie' Ya’alon defines the Arab League’s initiative for land swaps as a ‘spin,’ what can you ex...

31. The Missing Pillars of Defense
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...ity cooperation that exists will only be strengthened by an agreement. The security situation will be defined by the relations between the parties, and not how much land each controls.   Foll...

32. Young Political Activist Seminar
(Events/Local Activities - 2012)
...received media coverage in Ynet website by Elior Levy later that day: "Israel's leadership has defined the Palestinian request for recognition as an independent state as one-sided, but today, P...

33. Myths & Facts about the Peace Process
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...cooperation that exists will only be strengthened by an agreement. The security situation will be defined by the relations between the parties, and not how much land each controls. ...

...hip for this to occur. He stated that peace can be reached based on a two-state solution within the confines of the current situation.   [Excerpt]   “Leave aside all the st...

... territories up to the Jordan River. That’s the reality of the state of Israel.   What defines the Jewish state? We established the state of Israel as the nation state of the Jew...

...ds on how far from the 1967 lines you want to extend those new borders -- essentially, what you would define as a viable and contiguous Palestinian state (which is a subjective metric).   ...

...ettlements, more legal and less legal; everyone will be guaranteed equal rights, and everything will be fine.  Although the proposal was originally mocked, today it seems more and more people are...

38. How Did They Let it Happen?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... country, it seemed, came out in person to demonstrate against precisely this issue. If you've read the fine print on the construction proposal, you know that the prime minister is basically telling u...

...!"   As for me, I am trying to figure out the different ways not only to commemorate this fine initiative of 2003, but to pursue it, enrich it, and make it achieve its ends one day. &n...

40. BICOM Briefing: The Gilad Shalit Deal
(News Room/News - 2011)
...on the table for more than two years, but until now the sides have been unable to close the gaps on the fine details of the agreement. The deal was made possible as a result of both sides softening th...

41. Obama's Secret Mideast Success
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ent with reservations, in the exact same way that the Israeli government accepted the Road Map (which defined the objective of the peace process as an end to the 1967 occupation) with reservations. In...

42. Bibi and Barack
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... people. Bibi keeps hinting that he is ready for painful territorial compromises involving settlements. Fine, put a map on the table. Let’s see what you’re talking about. Or how about remo...

...ram. If it were up to Barak, Netanyahu would present Obama with a "bold plan," which, as he defined it, would include principles to end the conflict drawn from the known space between the pr...

44. President Obama and the Peace Process
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ll unilaterally offer them an interim, step-by-step arrangement that will put off statehood to some undefined future.   He also has used the upheavals in the Middle East as one more excuse no...

45. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...gotiating, that this Israeli claim was counter to U.S. policy. Occupied territory, she said, would be defined as the Gaza Strip, the West Bank (including East Jerusalem), the Dead Sea, Jordan Valley a...

46. B.E., Before Egypt. A.E., After Egypt
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... with Israel, the moderate secularists who had a monopoly of power will be weaker and the previously confined Muslim Brotherhood will be stronger. How much remains to be seen. As such, it is virtual...

...ks when negotiators began discussing a compromise between total withdrawal to the 1967 border and a redefined border through land swaps. The swap concept was also adopted in the late 2000 "C...

...stions, including East Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine); implementation of the agreement in pre-defined steps over a longer period of time; and monitoring of the process via a mechanism based on...

...4.5 million in 2010 to NIS 146 million in 2011 and 2012.   Most of the settlements have been defined as areas of first national priority, in which the Israel Land Administration subsidizes 69...

...ver the course of the past two decades, the status quo between the Palestinians and Israelis has been defined by a simmering conflict that is prevented from erupting by the pursuit of a political proc...

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