Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...5 elections ("We will forever preserve a united Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty"). The Jordan Valley will remain under Israeli control, as Netanyahu announced in October 2017 (...

...entative indicated that the number of Jews and Arabs living under Israeli control in the area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean had reached parity at 6.5 million for each side. Over ...

3. Israel’s Self-Inflicted Wounds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...ave supported the Likud party since the 1980s. But the reality is that 13 million people live between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. And almost half of them are Palestinian. If current ...

...es, such as its insistence on the presence of Israeli military forces along the border between Israel and Jordan out of fear that extremist groups would infiltrate the border and reach the outskirts o...

...ast diplomacy.   The Palestinians seek the 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 declar...

...ister Shinzo Abe comes as Tokyo completes a decade of involvement in a joint Japanese-Israeli-Palestinian-Jordanian “Peace Corridor” project in the Jordan Valley. That project was launched...

...tizens were contemplating the coming holidays in a region suddenly more hostile to America.   In Jordan and elsewhere – according to reports – diplomats’ children were advis...

...isoned for terrorist attacks. Arab states, particularly Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan, could add their own commitments, like overflights by Israeli passenger planes, visas f...

...umiya, south of Hebron; and 24-hour service at the heavily trafficked Allenby Crossing between the PA and Jordan.   Last week, Finance Ministry Director General Shai Babad led a delegation to...

...e in Versailles presented the proposal of the Zionist Histadrut, which included parts of Lebanon, Syria , Jordan and Egypt today the size of about 45 thousand square kilometers. In the end, Israel's p...

...war, in which the Israel Defense Forces shocked the world by routing the combined armies of Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Iraq in only six days, and more than quadrupled the territory under its control, is...

... the Arab Peace Initiative in accordance with what has been reaffirmed in the most recent Arab Summit in Jordan.” Abbas stressed that the Palestinian people’s attainment of freedom and...

... War of Independence, as well as over 95% of West Bank land, complete sovereignty for Palestinians in the Jordan Valley and part of Jerusalem as its capital. Further to the extreme are forces that adv...

Via AlJazeera (click here for the full article) 6.4.2017 King Abdullah II of Jordan has expressed his trust in US President Donald Trump's vision of tackling challenges in the Middle East, includi

... also met with Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Aboul-Gheit and with the foreign ministers of Algeria, Jordan, Qatar, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates. The Israeli-Palestinian issue was address...

... after a slew of Arab leaders, meeting at the King Hussein bin Talal Convention Center at the Dead Sea in Jordan, reaffirmed their support for the two-state solution in the day’s morning session...

...in 1988. This demand was not put forward in the peace agreement with Egypt in 1979, or in the pact with Jordan in 1994. Once Netanyahu raised the issue, the Palestinians made a big deal out of it, s...

...ent President Antonio Tajani.   Later this week, both Mogherini and Abbas are scheduled to be in Jordan for the Arab League summit, which is expected to focus heavily on the Israeli-Palestini...

...t for the two-state solution and is expected to reiterate his backing for it at the Arab League Summit in Jordan on Wednesday. Abbas is currently on an international tour of the Arab world and Europ...

...." "Nearly an identical number of Jews and Muslims live between the [Mediterranean] sea and the Jordan border," he noted. "The non-Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria live under ...

...t with Palestinian university students from the West Bank.   On Wednesday, Greenblatt arrived in Jordan for a meeting with King Abdullah II in Amman. Greenblatt told the Abdullah that reachin...

...e would ideally be "demilitarized," he said, with Israel retaining control over the border with Jordan. Friedman pushed for a focus on Palestinian economic development instead, which many ...

...7 Via Haaretz (click here for the full article)   Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi and Jordan's King Abdullah said in a Cairo meeting on Tuesday that a solution to the Israeli-Pales...

...s that even following an agreement, Israel would retain security control over the entire area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea over the coming decades. The best case scenario for the...

...on a daily basis — but rather on the fundamental social contract upon which our reality between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea will be based.   Weak or nonexistent social co...

... live in the surrounding area, between Nablus and Jenin.   From here, Yehoshua could head to the Jordan Valley and observe along the entire route hundreds of thousands of dunams of agricultur...

...ons, including the European Union, Germany, Ireland, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Jordan, Egypt, South Africa, India, the office of the Quartet and the office of the UN Special...

28. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...d added, “negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine.”   Today, howev...

...Return.’ Palestinians, almost to a person, believe that the ‘refugees’ living in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Gaza should ‘return’ to their ancestral homes west of the Gree...

...ans, 81% say the “long-term aspiration of Israel” is to rule the entire territory between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. Fully 54% believe Israel intends to expel the Palestin...

31. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
... Israel and the more important Sunni Arab countries in the region -- the open relationship with Egypt and Jordan, with which Israel maintains official diplomatic relations, but also the informal relat...

32. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...la, a demographer and professor, said that Jews constitute a bare majority of 52% in the area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea, but that this could change in the coming decade, with ...

...ettlements.   Abbas, who was to fly to New York , will meet with the foreign ministers of Egypt, Jordan Saudi Arabia and perhaps other Arab countries Wednesday to discuss its move in the Secu...

...s believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine. We believe the borders of Isra...

...nce of the report with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abbas, as well as with the leaders of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The EU sees the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002 as a valid basis for fu...

...njamin Netanyahu's statement Feb. 9 about building a fence on Israel’s borders, including along the Jordan River, to defend Israel against the infiltration of “wild beasts.” On the o...

...unams (about 25,000 acres), 1.5 percent of the West Bank – and 85 percent of that is located in the Jordan Valley.   There are only two significant industrial zones in the West Bank, Mi...

...that before the end of the decade, the Palestinians would make up a majority of the residents between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean. If Israel were to leave the territories, its Jewish majori...

39. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...unams (about 25,000 acres), 1.5 percent of the West Bank – and 85 percent of that is located in the Jordan Valley.   There are only two significant industrial zones in the West Bank, Mi...

...expel three and a half million people from their homes in the territories and throw them into neighboring Jordan? Or perhaps two sates, where each nation will have its own state with clear borders.&rd...

41. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...than empowerment.   Abbas is looking around him and sees a war-torn, bleeding Syria. Lebanon and Jordan are buckling under the weight of hundreds of thousands of refugees, wary of potential r...

42. GI-PPC - Addendum to the G.I. Water Annex
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...ercourse": means a Watercourse, parts of which are situated in different States; Annex refers to the Jordan river basin “Trans-boundary Aquifer System”: means an Aquifer System,...

43. How to respond to Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...he Palestinian Authority be shut down in preparation for the inevitable single, binational state from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean?    An appraisal of the interests of the major...

...;Palestine will be an independent and sovereign state in an area the size of that controlled by Egypt and Jordan before June 4, 1967…” This was a non-binding framework, it should be ...

...e an independent, sovereign and viable state whose size will be in relation to the areas which were under Jordan and Egypt's control before June 4th 1967 (the eve of the Six Day War) (…) the ag...

...re incorporated within the territory of Israel as part of the 1949 Armistice Agreement between Israel and Jordan (the Rhodes Accords). On the face of it, Lieberman’s plan would enable the e...

47. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...of settlement expansion. The path includes coordination with the pragmatic Sunni Arab coalition of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and sees in the Arab Initiative of 2002 a basis for negotiations. ...

...ts this, official Israeli data suggests Ramallah is correct The number of Jews and Arabs between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea has always been of interest to pundits and politicians ...

...e these states’ involvement is needed in order to solve them. The security issues involve Egypt and Jordan, the issues of the holy sites involve Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Morocco and the refugee ...

...ers test the patience of our most important friend, the United States, to its outer limit. They place our Jordanian and Egyptian allies in an impossible situation in relation to public opinion in thei...

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