Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. UNGA reaffirms two-state solution
(News Room/Headlines)
  p.p1 p.p2 span.s1 What do Iran, Germany, Saudi Arabia, the UK, and Lebanon all have in common? It turns out that they all support the Geneva Initiative. Last Thursday, 156

...s saying that “there are much more urgent and far more important issues to deal with – like Iran.” This statement follows a previous interview with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, ...

...ight think that this limited gathering was detached from all reality. Israeli fighter jets had attacked Iranian targets in Syria one night before, and Israelis living in the Golan Heights were waiting...

By Allison Kaplan Sommer   Now that the shooting has subsided with Iran in Syria, the focus is on a possible mass storming of the Gaza border on Nakba Day, just hours after the United S

...ty, jeopardizing the unique Jewish character of the city and Israel itself. More than terrorism or even Iran, Israeli security experts warn that demographics may pose the greatest threat to the Jewish...

...iative, but added that the Palestinians would not dictate what shape it would take.   The 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement negotiated by the so-called P5+1 — the five permanent members of...

...on where Sunni Arab allies have complained about America’s declining influence even as Russia and Iran have rapidly extended theirs. In the final analysis, there is only one clear beneficiary of...

...consuming the region, as demonstrated in recent days by Saudi Arabia’s growing confrontation with Iranian-backed Hezbollah in Lebanon. Israel is likewise worried about Hezbollah as well as effor...

...pt’s active involvement positions it squarely between the Palestinians, Israel, the U.S., Russia, Iran, and the Qatar-Turkey axis. Egypt will have a key position in formulating the reconciliatio...

... us should lose sight of the strategic regional challenges that need to be addressed now, including the Iranian threat, the threat of the Islamic State organization and the phenomenon of the ongoing c...

... also maintains cordial relations with Israel's conventional Middle East adversaries — Palestine, Iran, and Saudi Arabia.   On his part, Netanyahu, whose office has clarified that the t...

...e of issues. This was also the case in 2011. However, in the runup to the nuclear agreement signed with Iran in 2015, and particularly further to Netanyahu’s address to the US Congress, these re...

13. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...es.   This shift appears to be fueled by three main factors: First, these Sunni countries fear Iran's growing power over a Shiite bloc, which threatens the security as well as the unity of th...

...lestinian cause was coordinated with its Saudi ally, which is eager to create a broad front to confront Iranian threats.   Concerning these Egyptian moves’ opportunities for success, Go...

...Arabia and other Sunni Arab states as they seek allies to contend with the regional ambitions of Shiite Iran, and could also assuage Washington. While Egypt, which has received billions of dollars in ...

...quot;I answered within three seconds: Israel itself," he said.   Gantz said that although Iran, ISIS and other security threats pose a challenge to the state, in his opinion, the greates...

...Given the threat from the Islamic State, the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria, proxy conflicts between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and Egypt’s struggles with radical Islamists, it is hard to find an...

...e international community also seems to be letting the Palestinians down because of the focus on Syria, Iran and the immigration crises. They have no hope that US President Barack Obama, in his last y...

...in spring 2014 as well as President Barack Obama’s preference for collective diplomacy (as in the Iran and Syria negotiations). The news is also welcome in the Arab world. Despite Obama’s ...

...en to the resignation of President Mahmoud Abbas. Mogherini believes that, similarly to the case of the Iran deal, it is important to create an international consensus of the main powers for the sake ...

... that gets Israel out of the territories is needed. Conference participants also included MKs Michal Biran, Eyal Ben Reuven, Nachman Shai, Eitan Broshi (All Zionist Camp), Michal Rozin and Tamar Zan...

22. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ally in light of our new common interest - the fight against the Islamic State and the need to restrain Iran.   Negotiations with the Arab states will not ignore the Palestinian issue or soft...

23. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...inue in the coming years. The prime minister must take care of Israel's existential interest, to oppose Iran from getting a nuclear weapon and warn the world against it. Many in the US support the pri...

...he West Bank during his term in office as though it were a daring move behind enemy lines to thwart the Iranian nuclear program. Netanyahu, like a typical politician (in the worst sense of the word) h...

25. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...o the Nazis; in the present “they” stands for anyone who is not only hostile to us, such as Iran, but also those who want a return for their recognition of us, or those who simply disagree...

26. Briefing for members of Russian language media
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...th other senior Israel Defense Forces officers like the late Chief of Staff Amnon Lipkin Shahak. Today, Iran and ISIS are not an existential threat to Israel, but the Israel-Palestinian conflict is. A...

27. Geneva Initiative briefing for foreign diplomats
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...oderate countries forming to fight terror. Yet two countries have left out of the coalition: Israel and Iran are the ones who have been isolated. Unfortunately, most Israelis do not seem to have notic...

...” Oron continues. “During his terms, we’ve seen a disproportionate preoccupation with Iran, under the illusion that we can cope with that danger alone. Billions of dollars were poure...

... streets is an entirely plausible scenario, not an extreme case. It happened in the last three years in Iran, in Tunisia, in Libya, in Egypt, in Syria, in Bahrain, in Turkey, in Russia, in Brazil and ...

...t. As with the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, Hassan Rohani’s election victory in Iran or the interim agreement between the world powers and Tehran on the latter’s nuclear ...

...le of Israel are justifiably worried about their safety in such a combustible region, with for instance Iran and its proxy Hezbollah threatening their very right to exist.  Former Iranian Preside...

...ry? Israel and its Diaspora Jewish supporters face two monumental but very different challenges: Iran and the John Kerry-led peace talks with the Palestinians. On Iran, Israeli leaders have spo...

33. Netanyahu's diplomatic vacuum
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...n a vague and uncertain diplomatic process. Worst of all as far as he is concerned is the waning of the Iranian issue since the signing of an interim agreement between Tehran and world powers. &nbsp...

... the unsolved Israeli-Palestinian conflict represent an existential threat which is far graver than the Iranian nuclear project for our future as a people in our country. And I am here, because I am...

...of not solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict present a greater existential threat to Israel than the Iranian nuclear project   ...

36. Prevent the next big explosion
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...has happened before here and in the last two-three years in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, Turkey, and Iran. Therefore, we must assume it can happen here, as well.   It is in the nature of s...

...stinian side. Al-Monitor: What was the rabbi’s position regarding an Israeli military attack on Iran? Glass: He strenuously objected to attacking Iran and instructed Eli Yishai, when he was ...

38. The Speech that Wasn't
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...g foreign interest, unlike his first Bar Ilan speech.   As was expected, the speech began with Iran. The Prime Minister again spoke out against Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s charm...

39. The Last To See
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...r that an agreement will immeasurably improve Israeli's situation. Israel's status will strengthen. The Iranian threat will become marginal if we have a permanent agreement and agreed borders. Netanya...

...at we have already crossed it.   The issue may not seem as urgent to the Israeli public as the Iranian nuclear program, which has become, with the help of our leaders, a central focus of disc...

41. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...y violent abduction rather than negotiation. The situation with Hamas, having lost its patron in Syria, Iran and now Egypt brings a possibly volatile situation. For the wider Palestinian public the no...

...e Arab League Peace Initiative as an opportunity to create much needed stability to face the threats of Iran, Syria and Hezbollah. “We need to extend our hand [to the Palestinians], not for th...

43. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
...therhood would still have come to power in Egypt, Syria would still be mired in a bloody civil war, and Iran would still be pursuing nuclear capabilities and hegemony in the Persian Gulf. The major ...

44. Do It Yourself, Senator Kerry
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ly at this critical juncture when the U.S. is pulling out of Iraq and Afghanistan and when the issue of Iran reverberates loudly across the world. Wait solely for the election of the third Netanyahu-l...

45. Romney vs. Obama on the Peace Process
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...hat has set back the hope of peace in the Middle East and emboldened our mutual adversaries, especially Iran. Romney's right: Obama did argue for occasionally voicing differences with Israel: in ...

...srael (click here for the original article)   Former Minister of Defense Amir Peretz says that Iran is not the pressing issue but rather the Palestinians. "In two years, we will not be a...

...a very senior military officer said in a private conversation recently, “Everyone is dealing with Iran, but when looking in the long-term, the Palestinian question will determine our fate much m...

...arting its own disastrous path.   In a broader context, Israel's current enemies, specifically Iran and Hezbollah, will continue to exploit the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to their advantage...

...in Netanyahu, there is likely to be new international anger at Israel. That could divert attention from Iran just when the world is bearing down with sanctions and negotiations to curb Tehran’s ...

...ding there.   In Jerusalem yesterday, Mr Netanyahu said he and Mr Putin were in agreement that Iran should not get nuclear weapons. Russian President Vladimir Putin visit the region t...

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