Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...bout the situation in the Gaza strip and the perspective on the ground. Local leadership affects the lives of millions of Israelis and many of them even reach the levels of national leadership. An...

...rsquo;s security. Others assert that the settlements are a security burden that needlessly endangers the lives of soldiers and civilians. Which statement do you identify with more? ...

...he viability and relevance of the structures created under the Oslo Accords. Such operations disrupt the lives of civilians, increase tensions, and undermine the Palestinian public’s trust in th...

...nd loss of human security. They continue to wander the world after the loss of their peaceful and stable lives in their homeland,” he said. “They are part of the 13 million Palestinians wh...

...ill not have seen an intifada like this. Unfortunately it will jeopardise the interest of the US and the lives of US people all over the world if he does this.   “The declaration has de...

...so never impose a deal. Our goal is to facilitate, not dictate, a lasting peace agreement to improve the lives of Israelis and Palestinians and security across the region.”   Mr. Trump,...

...g team during the 2000 peace talks, and is one of he leading members of the Geneva Initiative. His book, Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron, was selected by The New Republi...

...merous unresolved challenges. Israel’s battle for survival left the Jewish state in control of the lives of millions of Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza. This situation has caused t...

9. Seminar for Palestinian and Israeli Young Leaders
(Events/Joint Activities - 2017)
...a chance to have a constructive and meaningful exchange about the conflict and the ways it affects their lives, and to explore potential solutions for various issues related to the peace process. It w...

...g team during the 2000 peace talks, and is one of he leading members of the Geneva Initiative. His book, Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron, was selected by The New Republi...

...ve in a post-national Left (which generally belong to the top 20 percent) will lose very little. Yet the lives of those near the bottom of the ladder will become a nightmare. In a sea of violence and ...

...mer Palestinian Minister and current resident of Gaza, Hisham Abdel Razek, who told them about every-day lives of Palestinians in Gaza, as well as current Palestinian efforts to advance the two-state ...

...legal outposts.   Samih and Fatina, the Palestinian representatives, talked about how the daily lives of Palestinians are affected by the presence of settlements in the West Bank in terms of ...

... today. It is a reality in which hundreds, sometimes thousands of (mostly Palestinian, but also Israeli) lives are stolen every year. It is a reality in which millions of people live under a foreign m...

... peace process. But the truth is that I had absolutely no idea how the conflict really affects the daily lives of Palestinians. For instance, how checkpoints restrict their movement even within the We...

...spread out across the West Bank, separating between cities, villages, families. They make people’s lives miserable and hopeless. Want to know why Palestinians don’t want to speak with Isra...

17. The Geneva Initiative on the Bar
(Events/Joint Activities - 2016)
...e all the way from Ramallah to tell them about his experiences as a young Palestinian peace activist who lives under the Israeli occupation and works to promote the two-state solution. ...

...ions and statements."Both sides should take all necessary steps to prevent violence and protect the lives and property of all civilians, including through continuing security coordination and str...

...tzberg, who told them about the demographic and political trends in the city, as well as about the daily lives of local residents. This was the first time most of the participants have ever seen the E...

...sive joint meeting in Ramallah. They got to know each other, reflected on how the conflict affects their lives and talked about how they can work together to advance the two-state solution. ...

...raelis and Palestinians who have never met before engaging in open and candid discussions on their daily lives and political activities, and trying to come up with ways to stay in touch and work toget...

22. Seminar for Young Political Activists in Yeruham
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...s, one of the seminar's highlights was meeting four young Palestinians and hearing about their every-day lives and efforts to advance the two-state solution.     One of the issues p...

...year, on the night that Pesach ended, the mufti sent him a large tray with fresh pitas, cheese, butter, olives and honey.   At that time, there was nothing unusual about the relations between...

...est Bank that are trying to persuade young people to invest in their future rather than throw away their lives in attacks. The groups use educational workshops and activities to spark dialogue within ...

...as a rescue war, as a blessing for Israel, turned with time into a burden and a curse of controlling the lives of 2-3 million Palestinians. For the Palestinians, this date marks a second tragedy, afte...

...ass an evacuation/compensation law to allow the settlers living beyond the separation fence to begin new lives west of the Green Line. Palestinian “border neighborhoods” in East Jerusalem ...

...bas’ diplomacy. The Palestinian public feels diplomacy hasn’t achieved results or made their lives easier, and thus they’re turning to violence. According to a new poll conducted las...

28. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...bas’ diplomacy. The Palestinian public feels diplomacy hasn’t achieved results or made their lives easier, and thus they’re turning to violence. According to a new poll conducted las...

...nt. In small intimate groups, the participants discussed the different issues which affect their daily lives and the conflict. They discussed the costs of living and the connection between the confl...

30. Joint Seminar for Young Leaders
(Events/Joint Activities - 2015)
...ther side – young people who live only a few dozen kilometers from me, but I never knew what their lives are like until I heard it with my own ears.”   Raina, a Palestinian partic...

31. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
.... … We must grant the Palestinians territorial contiguity, which will allow them to run their own lives in an independent entity.”   The Kulanu platform says, “Israel must ...

...an aerial tramway linking the Emek Refaim train station to the Dung Gate, then eastward to the Mount of Olives and the Garden of Gethsemane. “This project will help strengthen the annexation o...

33. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...rticle)   "I am a great believer in willpower, determination and the ability to change our lives; I want to bring the change to a national, social level," Koren says. Name: Nur...

... which Arabs also live, and we deprived them of their rights. Their names are not on street signs, their lives are terrible.” She said the discrimination “instills them with hatred,&r...

35. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...25.2.2015 via Haaretz (click here to read the original article) Historian Menachem Klein's new book 'Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron' adds greatly to our understandi...

36. Tour for Diplomatic Correspondents
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...e tour focused on several key viewing points: Nebi Samuel in the West Bank to Pisgat Zeev, the Mount of Olives to the Old City, and Ramat Rachel to Givat Hamatos. Pictured: Col. (res.) Arieli poi...

37. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...click here for the original article]   Is it possible to imagine Jews and Muslims living shared lives in the Middle East, sharing holy sites and celebrating religious holidays together? The c...

38. From Gaza to comprehensive peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... Bar-Ilan University, is a member of the 2003 Geneva Initiative. His latest book just published is "Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron."   ...

39. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...Haaretz   29.07.14 via Haaretz [click here for the original article]     Israel lives in a permanent Catch-22: When there is violence there is nobody to talk to, and when ther...

40. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... the IDF always operates within the context of a robust moral framework when protecting and securing our lives here.   The Palestinian “moderates” cannot defeat Hamas without the ...

...   “The decisive majority of Jerusalem residents won’t feel any change in their daily lives,” Greenfield-Gilat explains. “Most of the border will pass through open areas...

...o started with Bassil Akel, a former Palestinian official and a friend of Abbas, was revealed. Akel, who lives in London, met with Molcho secretly from time to time behind the backs of the other negot...

...s advisor on youth affairs to meet with members of the Labor party's Young Guard. He told them that he belives most young Palestinians support a peace agreement based on the two state solution. ...

...inian President Mahmoud Abbas, nor Hamas.  Over the same period 1,000 Israelis have also lost their lives in attacks by Palestinians. The fear and distrust in both camps is palpable.   I...

45. Tour for 50 Likud Cental Committee Members
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
...ul who briefed them from lookouts at various disputed areas including E1, the Old City and the Mount of Olives. Col. Arieli presented the Geneva Initiative solutions to the border and Jerusalem issues...

46. One small crime at Ben-Gurion airport
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...inian.   So we stood there, we privileged ones with our Israeli passports, who had never in our lives felt so privileged, and we waited. Every member of the Palestinian delegation who succeed...

...inian consensus on the issue of prisoners, who are seen as freedom fighters who were ready to risk their lives for their homeland – regardless of what exactly they did, and even if they acted ag...

48. The Speech that Wasn't
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... Most of us grew up in the shadow of Israel’s wars, and we accept that the complex reality of our lives here is a necessary evil. Our leaders give good speeches about how we have reached this ...

...estinians worry that Israeli authorities can demolish their homes. Since 1967, 28,000 Palestinian homes, livestock facilities, and other structures have been displaced, and more than 676 in 2012 alone...

... these people tell themselves when they look in the mirror each morning? People who devoted their entire lives to convincing people to go in a certain direction, on the most existential of issues faci...

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