Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...leader has been caught between his anxiety to avoid an escalation of violence, amid calls by some for a new intifada – or uprising – and his need to make a meaningful response.   ...

...g to bolt the coalition, leaving Barak with a minority government. Then, on September 30, the bloody Second Intifada broke out.   By the time the negotiators reconvened formally in Washington...

...rticipants were fascinated to hear one another. This came as no surprise: since the beginning of the second Intifada and the building of the separation barrier, Israelis and Palestinians have been alm...

...nian leadership. Many other Palestinian leaders, even amid the Fatah movement, are inclined toward an armed intifada. Nevertheless, Abbas is (still) hinging his hopes on the Quartet (United States, Eu...

...l horizon, the situation within the Palestinian Authority risks deteriorating, possibly leading to an armed intifada and even to the resignation of President Mahmoud Abbas. Mogherini believes that, si...

...re intended to counter Israel’s unilateral moves, as well as Palestinians who seek an immediate armed intifada. Al-Monitor asked a close confidant of Prime Minister Netanyahu about these Pales...

... than just hold a belated meeting with Abbas, which had no follow-up. In 2003, toward the end of the second intifada and with just 5 seats to his name, Yossi Beilin — then a Knesset member and t...

...h as the collapse of the Soviet Union, regional phenomena like the first Gulf War and events like the first intifada. These pushed the two sides to recognize one another and sign the Oslo Accords in 1...

9. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...h as the collapse of the Soviet Union, regional phenomena like the first Gulf War and events like the first intifada. These pushed the two sides to recognize one another and sign the Oslo Accords in 1...

10. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...were annexed by Israel after the Six-Day War would be given to the Palestinians.   Only the second intifada, which erupted in full force immediately after in September 2000, led Barak to adop...

11. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... was one of the architects of the Oslo Accords, and openly opposed the violence and terrorism of the Second Intifada, which to his mind was catastrophic for the Palestinians.   In 2003 Wester...

...st Israel if the siege and blockade over Gaza do not end remains very high. Similarly, support for an armed intifada—which witnessed some decline—remains high. Hamas’ armed approach ...

13. "Negotiate before it's too late"
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... to ‘manage the conflict’ have failed; new talks with Abbas are the only way to avoid the Third Intifada So many explanations have been advanced for the rising wave of terrorism striking...

...e by former chief of staff Moshe Ya'alon, the current defense minister, when he announced during the second intifada that there was a need to "burn the Palestinians' consciousness."  ...

...himon Peres’s Alignment, that the left lost its hegemony over Israeli political life. With the Second Intifada in 2000, that slipping influence hardened into a shutout from the halls of power. ...

...figure in Fatah, Barghouti was convicted in 2004 of responsibility for the murder of Israelis in the second intifada, as commander of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades. Oron continued to visit Barghouti af...

...rol. Even Marwan Barghouti, who was the principal initiator of the events that led ultimately to the Second Intifada, didn’t plan in advance for street demonstrations in September 2000 to turn i...

18. Fence may have prevented abduction
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...m Zone project stood out as part of Israel's preparedness for the wave of terror which hit us in the second intifada. It focused on setting up the barrier aimed at preventing terrorists from infiltrat...

...rael within the Green Line and the Greater Israel after the war.   Throughout the first and second intifadas, there were many voices in the public discourse blaming the settlers for the serie...

... is a sense of urgency," they said. And then one of them added bitterly: "I guess we need another intifada to create the circumstances that would allow progress.   "20 years af...

...; then or now.   Between 2000 and 2008 no agreement was ever presented to Abbas. During the Second Intifada, Abbas, with unprecedented courage, preached against violent resistance and acts of...

...s, the Islamic Resistance Movement, was conceived in 1987, just after the outbreak of the first Palestinian intifada, as "a practical response to an oppressive occupation". Israel considers ...

23. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...’s perception of him as a security hawk who took a strong stand against Palestinians during the first intifada and opposed the establishment of a Palestinian state. Similarly, only the likes of ...

24. Defining the Endgame of the Peace Process
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...he possibility that a two-state solution can be achieved at all -- and he may well be trying to avert a new intifada as well. Even in the face of great challenges, then, the Secretary of State deserve...

25. Netanyahu's diplomatic vacuum
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... Al-Monitor 11.12.13 via Al-Monitor [click here for original article] In October 2003, while the second intifada was raging, the Israeli media uncovered a diplomatic initiative that sent the count...

... the first Lebanon War in the Beirut area; and in the terror ridden refugee camps of Sidon during the first Intifada. I was a part of the hopes and fears at the beginning of the implementation of Oslo...

27. Prevent the next big explosion
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... to explode.   Getting out of hand Such a spark can be a car accident (the trigger for the first Intifada in December, 1987), a Jewish terror attack against Arabs, a rally dispersal gone wr...

...ch Palestinians killed Israelis. The security experts say they do not see the killings as evidence of a new intifada, or Palestinian uprising.   “This is the best security cooperation w...

...istance — and produced more suicide bombers than any other city in the devastating second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, against Israel.   Now, Nablus wants desperately to get back ...

..., we thought it would come primarily from the Palestinian side and that it would closely resemble the first intifada.   We did not look back at our own camp. Even after the massacre in Hebron...

31. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...largely attributable to Barak’s misguided and amateurish approach to negotiations − sparked the intifada that in turn led to mutual violence and loss of confidence in the possibility of ac...

..., we thought it would come primarily from the Palestinian side and that it would closely resemble the first intifada.   We did not look back at our own camp. Even after the massacre in Hebron...

...alestinians reject using violence against Israelis. In a recent poll, 59 percent opposed returning to armed intifada, and 61 percent endorsed non-violent resistance and international adjudication. The...

34. The Two-State Imperative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...y and territory that has been their lot since 1948. A new spasm of fruitless violence, perhaps even a third intifada, is possible.   So the talks are critical. Yet the heart sinks.   ...

35. The Scourge of Mideast Skepticism
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ough all of this, tension would rise, demonstrations might break out and we could be on the road to a third intifada.   What would the pundits say if the West Bank descended into chaos and vi...

36. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...s obligated by the Bush Roadmap to cease settlement while the PA was required to bring an end to the second intifada and provide security. Palestinians have met that demand. Israel has not met the req...

37. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...s not changed is the burning belief of the Geneva Initiative, which even today; when the fumes for the next Intifada are wafting in the air, understand that there way is the ultimate solution. Also th...

38. Why two-states is still possible
(News Room/News 2013)
...eli public believe that an agreement is impossible?   It’s an emotional result of the second Intifada, which was accompanied by declarations like Ehud Barak’s about the fact that ...

...to forceful responses, and to more steps and more steps, and a process is thus created that will lead to an Intifada that is out of control.   “I’ve been in this game for most of ...

40. Peres: Abbas a true partner for peace
(News Room/News 2012)
...bbas further asserted that as long as he's president, would ensure there would "never" be a third intifada.   "Abbas is rejecting terror," Peres said in a statement. &quot...

...On this, the Palestinian and Israeli general atmosphere are mirror images: even at the height of the second intifada, a vast majority in Israel and with the Palestinians still believed that the only s...

...d increased by 150 percent over the last year.   Unwilling to be drawn on the prospect for a third intifada he says instead: “When you cease to become a source of credible and convincin...

...eace process.    Yaakov Peri says political deadlock could open door for terror wave or new intifada. 'This is the end of Zionism,' he says.   Former Shin Bet chief Yaakov Per...

...eace process.    Yaakov Peri says political deadlock could open door for terror wave or new intifada. 'This is the end of Zionism,' he says.   Former Shin Bet chief Yaakov Per...

45. Palestinian Public Opinion Poll March 2012
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...nching a popular peaceful resistance. By contrast, only 40% support dissolving the PA, 39% support an armed intifada, and 29% support giving up the two-state solution in favor of a one-state solution....

...   Also, the assumption that an improved Palestinian economy will provide immunity against a third intifada is no longer valid. Growth in the West Bank over the past few years is slowing and ...

...to have civil and security responsibility in this area.   But in 2002, at the height of the second intifada and the horrendous suicide bombings that Palestinians were executing in Israel, the...

48. Beilin: Barghouti is Not a Terrorist
(News Room/News - 2011)
...a political leader, not a terrorist, even if he led others to use terror and was responsible for the second intifada.” He did not explain how a mass murderer can be considered a legitimate polit...

...l tend to work closely with EU partners and the US rather than unilaterally. One speaker warned of a 'third intifada' if talks failed. The UK welcomes recent signs that the US will resume a more activ...

...Bet security service, and declares that even if all Palestinian efforts fail, he strongly opposes a violent intifada. We are allowed to express reservations about the reconciliation agreement with a t...

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