Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...lation that would directly apply Israeli law to the territory of the occupied West Bank, raising fears of future annexation. In December, the Government endorsed a bill to advance the legalization o...

...aith in peace, his love for the people of this region, and his conviction in our ability to pave a better future, Israelis and Palestinians together, will continue to inspire us and instill hope in th...

...tiate between Israel and the territories acquired after 1967? What does differentiation mean for Israel's future diplomatic and economic relations with the world? The latest edition of the Two-State...

4. Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem
(News Room/News - 2018)
...y out of disappointment that Australia also reiterated its support for East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state; the official Palestinian response was condemnation, arguing that the...

5. Jerusalem tour with Dr. Shaul Arieli
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...the various ways in which the Geneva Initiative has already offered concrete, practical solutions for the future status of this complicated city. These solutions have been formulated by Palestinian an...

...rn Ireland and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in particular what lessons can be drawn and applied in a future process of reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians. One common feature of...

...ositions are nothing more than a repetition of Israel's positions presented since 1967 regarding the future of the West Bank. But while most of these positions eroded as starting points and ...

...that most Israelis remain apathetic toward the conflict with the Palestinians, which directly affects the future of their country as a Jewish and democratic state. Click here for the full article. ...

9. Conference in Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...stinian Peace Coalition-Geneva Initiative held a public conference on the current political situation and future scenarios in Gaza. The conference was attended by over 100 political figures, legal exp...

10. Israel’s Self-Inflicted Wounds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...srael is central to every Jew’s identity, and I feel it is my second home. Yet today I fear for the future of the nation I love. True, the Israeli Army is stronger than any other army in the M...

11. How They Made Abbas the Enemy of Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
By Odeh Bisharat  Don't listen to Netanyahu's people. Unlike most Israeli leaders, who sentence future generations on both sides to the mire of the occupation, Abbas is still pushing for an agree

...gyptian newspaper Al Shorouk cited an Arab diplomat in Cairo, who warned that the Palestinians may in the future “regret” not having accepted what they consider today to be too little. &...

13. Engaging Israeli Youth in the Peace Discourse
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
... history of peace negotiations and proposed solutions to the conflict, the group discussed Israel’s future and their own role as young leaders in shaping a more peaceful society. ...

...rsquo;s December 6 announcement angered the Palestinians, who also consider the city the capital of their future state, and led them to say the US had disqualified itself from its traditional role as ...

...annel on the Israeli-Palestinian issue will be a good starting point for Chinese involvement. In the future, it is worthwhile adding Arab officials and institutions to the initiative –...

...eastern part of Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 Middle East war, as capital of a future state, and see Trump’s declaration as proof of Washington’s bias. They have...

... plan calls for a two-state solution based on the pre-1967 lines, with east Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state; an end to settlement activity and violence against civilians; ideas ...

...) The US president was right to declare that Israel’s borders in Jerusalem would be determined in future negotiations with the Palestinians; but by failing to address the other side of the bor...

...;We have heard positions from all parties. We have called for action, and we have expressed hopes for the future,” he added. Yet, the question of Palestine remained. “At any moment, dialog...

...storic opportunity, and we will spare no effort to support President Trump’s investment in a better future,” Husam Zomlot, the Palestinian Authority’s envoy to Washington, said in an...

..., one Palestinian participant said that for the first time in a very long period, he is hopeful about the future. “I met people like me today, they want peace and security for themselves and the...

..., one Palestinian participant said that for the first time in a very long period, he is hopeful about the future. “I met people like me today, they want peace and security for themselves and the...

...o opinions about the conflict with Israel, compared to those of previous generations. As a result, in the future the Hamas government is liable to be perceived by the new generation as a regime that d...

...s it released in the spring that accepted the idea of a provisional Palestinian state, without renouncing future claims to the land that is now Israel.   Yehya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in ...

...e to underestimate or minimize this right. "   In February 1947, after deliberations on the future of the Land of Israel in London, Ben-Gurion sent a letter to British Foreign Secretary ...

...amily, tasty food and tradition but also opens a period of self-reflection and commitment to life, to the future. Seeing such a process of internal contemplation beginning for many Israelis and Jews a...

...ghbors on both the personal and policy levels; this is liable to rank the Palestinian issue even lower on future leaders’ priority lists.   Official diplomatic efforts to advance Israel...

...n.   Let this anniversary be a reminder that we must continue to move forward to create a better future for both peoples.    David Kurzmann is executive director of the Jewish C...

... in the world, “so that the children of Palestine and Israel enjoy a safe, stable, and prosperous future.” He also commended the importance of the holding of the Arab-Islamic-American ...

...w, next week, after the next elections. The negotiator will always think that he can obtain more in the future. There is no clear deadline. This is the reason why, for instance, negotiations with s...

...anyahu, that he would no longer insist on the creation of an independent Palestinian state as part of any future peace accord. In an interview several weeks later, he clarified that he would be &qu...

... are intended to meet Netanyahu’s specific demands, which would not necessarily be the demands of a future prime minister. Netanyahu often insists that the Palestinian side should recognize Is...

33. Working with Israeli Youth
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...neration what living in peace and security can look like, and to encourage them to imagine a more hopeful future.   On March 28th, the Geneva Initiative's Director of Public Relations, Gilly ...

...on retaining settlement blocs through land swaps. The union continues to envision Jerusalem as the “future capital of both states,” she added. “And we support Palestinian presence in...

...nts of violence, maintain Israel as a secure, Jewish, and democratic state, and provide a just and stable future for the Palestinians."    The members also warned Trump about consid...

...urity issues within their country, with Israel playing a key role in providing protection over the entire future areas within the confederation. The Arab League will be required to make decisions re...

...y the more isolated ones.   The rational conclusion seems to be that the chances of ensuring the future of most Israelis living in the West Bank, including in East Jerusalem’s Jewish ne...

...ted Israeli settlements, which are considered illegal under international law and as an impediment to any future peace deal by Palestinians. He has labeled Palestinian statehood an "illusion,&q...

...hu. Everyone was waiting to hear the numbers. Not the score, but the numbers - ones that would divine the future of Israelis and Palestinians. What will it be - one or two? (States, of course.) But wh...

...solution, which they said was the only solution to the conflict.   "The two sides discussed future movements to break the gridlock within the Middle East peace process, especially with U...

41. Geneva Initiative seminar for Parliamentary Advisors
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...eindlin for a discussion on lessons from other conflicts, particularly Northern Ireland; reflected on the future of Jerusalem under a two-state solution with Prof. Menachem Klein; and debated current ...

...a and Gadi Baltiansky, who briefed them about some of the recent local and international developments and future prospects for the Peace Process. Then, the participants went through an intensive serie...

...l Resolution 2334, which reaffirmed the international understanding of the borders of June 4, 1967 as the future border between Israel and a sovereign Palestinian state. Trump also condemned Obama&rsq...

44. GI delegation briefed about Cyprus negotiations
(Events/Joint Activities - 2017)
...g forward, trusting the other side and addressing the most difficult questions in order to build a better future.     ...

...related to the Peace Process: barriers to peace with Israel, prospects for the two-state solution and the future of Gaza under a peace agreement. Special attention was devoted to exploring factors t...

... the importance of Israeli engagement with the international community on issues vital for Israel’s future, and it should show appreciation to those in the international community that have not ...

... by the Haredi cities of Betar Ilit and Modi’in Ilit, which will likely be annexed to Israel in any future agreement).   Israelis do not travel on two-thirds of the roads in the West Ba...

...st five years and their culmination in UNSCR 2334, Israel’s leadership would do well to look to the future and consider its policies in light of the next five years and beyond. If the plan is to...

...ut 400,000 Jews live in roughly 150 settlements in the West Bank on land that the Palestinians want for a future state east of the line formed after the 1967 war. An additional 200,000 Israelis live i...

50. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...   That prospect is now in grave doubt. I am convinced that the United States can still shape the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict before a change in presidents, but time is very sho...

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