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...ntinue their support to the essential services provided by the agency.  Mr. President, Turning to Lebanon, the country has been without a government for over eight months. The Cabinet formati...

2. 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

...ost important Zionist interest. Brigadier-General (res.) Giora Inbar served as commander of the IDF's Lebanon Division, the Givati Brigade and the elite Shaldag Unit. ...

...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 efforts by Iran to establish a...

... only for Israel and the United States, but also for Mr. Abbas, who has vowed not to let Gaza morph into a Lebanon-like situation, where, like Hezbollah, Hamas’s heavily armed fighters wield the...

...elegates' Committee 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 t...

...de by side in peace and security.     The history of the Israeli withdrawals from southern Lebanon in 2000 and Gaza in 2005, with the increase in terrorism and missile threat from both...

By Michal Hatuel-Radoshitzky 27.12.2016 Via the Washington Post In July 2011 Lebanon and Brazil tabled a draft UN Security Council Resolution dealing with “Israeli settlement activities i

...’ 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 Green Line....

10. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...orts to liberate the Shiites in Yemen, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, and defend the Shiites in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. The objective is to create an uninterrupted distribution of Shiites from Tehran thro...

... in the Middle Eastern jungle, we are part of the Eastern Basin of the Mediterranean, like Greece, Turkey, Lebanon and Alexandria. The Zionist dream of 1930s’ immigrants from Central Europe of b...

12. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...is more pity 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 o...

...estinian President Mahmoud Abbas' affiliate, Hussein Agha. Agha, an Oxford professor who was born in Lebanon joined the Palestinian Liberation Organization as a youth and is considered one of Ab...

...ssues of the holy sites involve Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Morocco and the refugee issue involves Jordan and Lebanon. Israel, for its part, has the right to enjoy the fruits of peace and the strengtheni...

...e force was applied against Israel. From the Yom Kippur War, which brought about the peace with Egypt; the Lebanon War, which led to the IDF’s withdrawal; the first intifada, which led to Oslo; ...

16. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...esent round of fighting ends with a cease-fire lasting another year or two, or whether Gaza will turn into Lebanon, with a prolonged low-intensity war – the relative quiet that will ensue will n...

...m.   Unilateralism has a lousy reputation, Oren admitted, in part following the 2000 pullout from Lebanon, but mostly because of the 2005 Gaza disengagement, following which thousands of rock...

18. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...to truly settle the conflict. Repeatedly, people like Yariv Oppenheimer, director of Peace Now, pointed to Lebanon in 2000 and the Gaza Strip in 2005 as proof that unilateral measures tend to strength...

...ing the relatively quiet years of the 1970’s and the beginning of the 1980’s; during the first Lebanon War in the Beirut area; and in the terror ridden refugee camps of Sidon during the fi...

20. One-State Dream, One-State Nightmare
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...to some). Let’s set aside for a moment that the regional examples of such multiethnic states — Lebanon, Iraq and Syria come to mind — are not encouraging. Let’s set aside that ...

21. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...at its head, and pledges and executes a policy of non-violence. As recently as last week during a visit to Lebanon, when asked, Abbas refused to support a violent struggle of any nature. A majority of...

22. Along the "Green Line"
(News Room/News 2013)
...cyclopedia on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Arieli commanded combat troops in Gaza, the West Bank, and Lebanon and served as security advisor to the Netanyahu government from 1997 to 1999. He also...

...fter meeting the Bahraini, Egyptian, Jordanian and Qatari foreign ministers as well as with officials from Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian Authority and the Arab League, Kerry and the Arab stat...

24. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...ct of the Initiative and Oslo Accords, Gen. Giora Inbar, former division commander and former commander in Lebanon, Gen. (ret.) Gideon Sheffer, once head of the National Security Council and IDF manpo...

...that has, and can continue to, withstand the test of time. Unlike the precipitous withdrawal from Southern Lebanon and Gaza, any agreement with the Palestinians should be made with the Palestinian Aut...

...ed States. Should Israel be able to form a broad coalition with the Arab states like Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon, and the UAE, Israel could ostensibly create an even larger threat in the face of an ...

27. UN Chief Encouraged by Peace Talks
(News Room/News 2012)
...irmed that the UN secretary general will go to Jerusalem on the same trip.   Ban, who is to visit Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates next week, said he would go to other Middle East countri...

...   The Brookings Institution has surveyed opinions about land-for-peace concept in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates. In 2010, 56 percent of those pol...

29. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
...ion and live in peace. The Palestinian neighborhoods need to be theirs".   Memories from the Lebanon War   One must admit: these opinions are not the mainstream in Shas today. H...

...ations.   In 2006, in the name of the Geneva Conventions, she openly denounced Israeli bombing in Lebanon, terming it “disproportionate”, and called for respect for humanitarian l...

...s it. Netanyahu's decided to solve the protest crisis by going to war.   In fact, even before the Lebanon tension began, journalist Yossi Gurvitz outlined exactly such a scenario. In the face...

32. Bad Borders, Good Neighbors
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... be far more effective than deploying an international force. After all, United Nations forces in southern Lebanon have failed to prevent a colossal military build-up by Hezbollah since Israel withdre...

...ould emerge as hostile to the peace process. Similar opinions were also expressed in relation to Syria and Lebanon. The changed situation in the Golan Heights was singled out as a reason to take negot...

34. Bibi against reality
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...e inept. As a result, Syrian and Palestinian flags flew on territory annexed to Israel. At Maroun a-Ras in Lebanon, Israeli actions and Lebanese involvement, which resulted in bloodshed, sufficed to p...

35. Ask James Baker
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ons would take place immediately after between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, Syria and Lebanon, as well as multilateral negotiations in which Arab states, Israel and other countrie...

...Palestinian peace process. Ashton is currently taking part in a regional tour which will include visits to Lebanon, Tunisia and Jordan as well as Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Ashton gave no i...

37. Negotiation without secrets
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ess to evacuate tens of thousands of settlers isn't leaked and just so long as the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon don’t hear that there won't be any overall right of return to Israel. Our ...

...ome amid a period of increasing regional volatility and instability, following the week’s turmoil in Lebanon and Tunisia. The meeting also comes as the White House reportedly has set up a task...

By Joschka Fischer, Lebanon Daily Star 4.1.2011 via Lebanon Daily Star (click here for original)   Two years have passed since Barack Obama was elected president of the United States. Much

40. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...t has been under way since the inconclusive war in 2006 between Israel and Hizbullah, Iran’s ally in Lebanon. Both sides have been intensively preparing for what each says will be a “decis...

By Ziad J. Asali, The Daily Star 20.12.2010 via Lebanon Daily Star (Click for original) The Obama administration has mercifully, and honestly, admitted that the time has come to abandon its policy

New polls made public at the International Peace Institute in New York by the pollster Craig Charney, President of Charney Research and IPI Senior Adviser, reveal surprising optimism among Palestinian

43. Not walking away from peace just yet
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: Hussein ibish, Lebanon NOW 14.12.2010 US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s speech at the Brookings Institution on December 10 has again shown that the Obama administration is not

...y Hamas and its Iranian patrons, into the flexible, open arms of the Arab league, which includes Syria and Lebanon, countries thirsting for the return of the Golan Heights and the expulsion of refugee...

45. Diplomacy’s Darkest Hours
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... it has been for many years now. And nothing has attenuated the tensions between Israel and both Syria and Lebanon.   History teaches that diplomacy all too frequently produces results only w...

46. Another Unilateral Disaster?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...conflict that has resulted in a peaceful outcome. The May 2000 unilateral Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon resulted in Hezbollah filling in the power vacuum that emerged in its wake. Just thre...

47. Just Knock It Off
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ry I know of in the Middle East that has unilaterally withdrawn from territory conquered in war — in Lebanon and Gaza — only to be greeted with unprovoked rocket attacks in return. Indeed,...

48. Negotiating Until the End
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
..., and it is [also] likely that this momentum would later expand to include other parties such as Syria and Lebanon.   The article can be accessed by clicking here.   ...

49. Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...s now what’s thrown over them. Hizballah has an estimated 40,000 missiles pointed at Israel from its Lebanon redoubts, and Hamas collects a wide assortment of arms that enter Gaza through tunnel...

50. Partners Campaign Media Coverage
(News Room/News - 2010)
... London) Al-Mustaqbal (Lebanon) ...

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