Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...rinciples: united Jerusalem as the capital of Israel (while "conceding" by Israel of four or five neighborhoods outside the separation barrier), as Netanyahu promised in the 2015 elec...

...d only “permanent residency” to East Jerusalemites, while Jewish housing has expanded in Palestinian neighborhoods. Any casual observer will instantly note the profound disparity of livi...

...mmunity administration of the Tzur Baher neighborhood, intends to include representatives of all the Palestinian neighborhoods in his party, which he plans to call “Jerusalem for Jerusalemites.&...

...alem’s Palestinian community to participate in municipal elections to improve the situation in Palestinian neighborhoods and reduce the inequality between the city’s eastern and western pa...

...ent is talking about. The term “united Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty” doesn’t refer to neighborhoods like Kiryat HaYovel or French Hill, which are in west Jerusalem, or herit...

...nal effort to compensate the refugees, and an Israeli Jerusalem that will include West Jerusalem and the Israeli neighborhoods in East Jerusalem, as well as a Palestinian capital in the city’s A...

...nces of ensuring the future of most Israelis living in the West Bank, including in East Jerusalem’s Jewish neighborhoods, lies in a permanent solution that would leave 80 percent in their homes ...

8. Tour of Greater Jerusalem for Senior Party Activists
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...ot;but this experience opened my eyes: turns out that what I consider as 'Jerusalem' – meaning, the Jewish neighborhoods, will actually stay on the Israeli side under a Geneva Initiative style t...

...rtnership with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. In the morning, the group toured the Palestinian neighborhoods of East Jerusalem with Lt. Col. (res.) Ron Shatzberg, who told them about...

...hole city. They recognize our connection to East Jerusalem, we recognize their connection to [the West Jerusalem neighborhoods] Baka and Katamon. Once you arrive at agreements on sovereignty, you can ...

...000 settlers and is likely to be a difficult issue in final negotiations. Second, Israel would not build in Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem. Third, Israel would accept the principle of territoria...

...t refers to Zionist Camp leader Isaac Herzog’s proposal for a unilateral disengagement from East Jerusalem neighborhoods. A senior official in the direct entourage of President Mahmoud Abbas t...

...settlers living beyond the separation fence to begin new lives west of the Green Line. Palestinian “border neighborhoods” in East Jerusalem would be transferred to the control of the Pales...

...scourse. “My diplomatic worldview has always been sharp and clear: Two states for two peoples. Palestinian neighborhoods are not — and will not be — part of Jerusalem and [we need] t...

...owing the Six-Day War) are based on the demographic and ethnic divisions already existing in the city: 12 Jewish neighborhoods for Israel; 28 Arab villages and neighborhoods for Palestine. There are t...

16. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...owing the Six-Day War) are based on the demographic and ethnic divisions already existing in the city: 12 Jewish neighborhoods for Israel; 28 Arab villages and neighborhoods for Palestine. There are t...

17. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...haps the Christian Quarter, too. Sovereignty in the Jewish and Armenian Quarters is Israeli. The outlying Muslim neighborhoods will be transferred to Palestinian sovereignty, while the inner ones will...

18. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
... what the residents want. If there is a great social need for public transportation, it must not enter religious neighborhoods. About marriage, I think that each person can choose the way he or she co...

19. Tour for Diplomatic Correspondents
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...ed: Col. (res.) Arieli pointing to locations of conflict and contention in East Jerusalem and the surrounding neighborhoods. ...

20. "Negotiate before it's too late"
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... ineffectual in preventing or deterring attacks), placing barriers at the entrance to East Jerusalem Palestinian neighborhoods (and what happened to eternally united Jerusalem?), the deportation or ex...

...current government's term Jewish construction continues outside the settlement blocks and within the Palestinian neighborhoods of East Jerusalem. Government Ministers declare their intention to change...

...rt amongst others. The Palestinian residents of the city do not vote in municipal elections. Certain Palestinian neighborhoods that are included within the Jerusalem municipal boundaries are in fact l...

..., with the exception of several settlement blocks which will be swapped for unpopulated territories. 2. Jewish neighborhoods in East Jerusalem will be under Israeli sovereignty, and Arab neighborhoo...

24. Take control, you’re the majority
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... Only three out of 10 Israelis would oppose redefining the borders of Jerusalem to exclude the city’s Arab neighborhoods, with their 350,000 inhabitants, and only four would oppose those neighbo...

...the border police's checkpoints sit on an imaginary line, or on the actual line that divides the Jewish and Arab neighborhoods, which lead almost completely separate existences.   Will our de...

26. Geneva Initiative Seminar for Israeli Journalists
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...built in areas under the control of the Palestinian Authority which will include over 6,000 home units in twenty neighborhoods. The city will include a modern stadium, amphitheater, mall, commercial, ...

...sented the architects’ suggestions for a future border crossing between the Sheikh Jarrah and Beit Yisrael neighborhoods in Jerusalem.   About half a year ago, Martin Indyk, America&rsq...

...decades of bloody conflict, let’s be realistic – it will be divided, at least at the beginning. Arab neighborhoods will be in Palestine, Jewish neighborhoods will be in Israel, and the rel...

...ng 20 percent were meant to evacuate. In Jerusalem, the proposed border is based on Bill Clinton's plan - Jewish neighborhoods to Israel, Arab neighborhoods to the Palestinians.   The Israeli...

...m as well, said Mizrachi. He suggested that leaders on both sides will ultimately accept a plan under which Arab neighborhoods form the capital of an Arab state, while Jewish neighborhoods remain Isra...

...d them the differences related to the border and the solutions proposed in Jerusalem. Included the separation of neighborhoods, division of East Jerusalem, and the historic basic in the Old City. I al...

32. Tour for Members of Knesset
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
...d them the differences related to the border and the solutions proposed in Jerusalem. Included the separation of neighborhoods, division of East Jerusalem, and the historic basic in the Old City. I al...

33. Why two-states is still possible
(News Room/News 2013)
...Abbas was ready for land swaps that would leave 75 percent of the settlers under Israeli authority, including in neighborhoods in East Jerusalem. Abbas went a long way toward Israel on every issue. ...

...r principle presented by the pollsters was that Jewish Jerusalem would be under Israeli sovereignty and the Arab neighborhoods would be under Palestinian sovereignty. The Old City would be under neith...

35. Reimagining Jerusalem Day
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...hese qualities, he insists, don’t require that Israel’s sovereignty over the city extend to the Arab neighborhoods of East Jerusalem.  Olmert tells us that if he could live “on ...

36. Why Jerusalem is Divisible
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...hy two of Israel’s past prime ministers, Ehud Barak and Ehud Olmert, were prepared to cede the Palestinian neighborhoods in present-day Jerusalem to a future Palestinian state.   This i...

...l with a map delineating how, for peace, they would accept getting back 95 percent of the West Bank and all Arab neighborhoods of East Jerusalem and would swap the other 5 percent for land inside pre-...

...pproximately 60,000 Jerusalem residents live on the PA side of the barrier in municipal Jerusalem, in five major neighborhoods of Kafr Akab, the Shuafat refugee camp, Semiramis, Zughayer and Atarot. ...

39. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
... and maintain this war for two hundred more years, or to change the situation and live in peace. The Palestinian neighborhoods need to be theirs".   Memories from the Lebanon War &nbsp...

40. Peace Now, or Never
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
....   The city of Jerusalem would be shared. Its Jewish areas would be the capital of Israel and its Arab neighborhoods would become the Palestinian capital. Neither side would declare sovereig...

...capable of absorbing tens of thousands of families.   Approximately 7000 people left the East Jerusalem neighborhoods of Pisgat Ze'ev, Neve Ya'akov, Ramot Alon and Ramat Shlomo in 2009. Recen...

...orce to settle for a short period along the Jordan Valley.   Regarding Jerusalem, in his view, the Arab neighborhoods should be under Palestinian sovereignty with a special regime in the Holy...

43. Mayors at Geneva Initiative Seminar in Akko
(Events/Local Activities - 2011)
...orce to settle for a short period along the Jordan Valley.   Regarding Jerusalem, in his view, the Arab neighborhoods should be under Palestinian sovereignty with a special regime in the Holy...

...olution 194. The initiative also left an opening for territorial exchange, under which Israel could annex Jewish neighborhoods in East Jerusalem and some of the settlements, and for special arrangemen...

45. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...e principle that sovereignty derives from the consent of the governed.   The leaders agreed that Jewish neighborhoods should remain under Israeli sovereignty, while Arab neighborhoods would r...

46. The PA Papers: A Political Opportunity
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...t Government held talks in 2008. One of the important parameters of the Clinton proposal was that all the Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem would comprise the Palestinian capital, while the Jewis...

47. The selling of the 'Palestine Papers'
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...e of the 2000 Camp David talks brokered by President Bill Clinton, Palestinian leaders have accepted that Jewish neighborhoods of East Jerusalem will be annexed by Israel in a two-state settlement, an...

48. Negotiation without secrets
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...recy. Just in case, God forbid, the Israeli public finds out that their government is ready to relinquish Jewish neighborhoods in East Jerusalem. So long as the Palestinian public doesn't hear of thei...

...etz 31.12.10 via Ha'aretz (click for original)   Security expenses for settlers living in Palestinian neighborhoods in East Jerusalem went up in the new budget, reaching NIS 3,160 per settl...

50. December 2010 Public Opinion Poll
(Polls/Israeli Polls)
...the 1967 lines, except for a number of settlement blocks which will be traded for unpopulated areas Jewish neighborhoods in East Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty and Arab neighborhoods under ...

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