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1. There is only one solution: two states
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...y Israeli, Palestinian and world leaders, could lead to a resurgence.  Finally, it is worth noting, perceptions of the other side are instrumental in encouraging or depressing support. Some ...

...here shows us that if something is not done that will bring about a genuine change in the Gazans’ bleak perception of reality, a situation may well arise whereby far more extremist entities, eve...

..., “The Jewish people weren’t born to rule over another people.” The conditions fed into the perception that Israel, not the Arab world, was primarily at fault for the conflict. They ...

...nts as perilous to the viability of that two-state solution and as opposed to international law. While this perception remains unchanged since 2011 (and long before then), Israel’s continued e...

...tion which allows Israel to continue.”   “I read your essay about ‘but for this misperception.’ You didn’t mention the most important question of all: the &lsquo...

By J. J. Goldberg   25.8.2016   Via Forward (click here for the original article)   If the political will existed, Israelis and Palestinians could reach a peace agreement t

...approach is seen as dismissing Israeli needs. A differentiated approach to the settlements could alter that perception. Such an approach would be guided by the understanding that approximately 80 pe...

...g power of both Hamas and neighboring Arab states guarantees Israeli supremacy and stability. Changes to this perception are possible if, and only if, Israelis internalize the fact that the status quo...

9. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...g power of both Hamas and neighboring Arab states guarantees Israeli supremacy and stability. Changes to this perception are possible if, and only if, Israelis internalize the fact that the status quo...

...the Gaza Strip stands at 8% and positive evaluation of conditions in the West Bank stands at 30%.  Perception of safety and security in the Gaza Strip stands at 45%.  In the West Bank ...

11. Europe is not hostile to Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...  This narrative is wrong at best and manipulative at worst.   The gap between Israel’s perception and Europe’s stems from differences in approach toward nationalism, the u...

12. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...tion of Jewish and Palestinian sources on the region from the late 19th to the mid-20th century counters this perception. Towards the turn of the century, for example, both Muslim and Christian famili...

...ieli, Ynet 16.9.14 Via Ynet [For the original article click here]   With a leadership loyal to the perception of 'conflict management,' it won't come as a complete surprise if Israel is req...

...write the last lines in this episode called the State of Israel.”   To be sure, the left has a perception problem, but conference organizers may have missed the point in implying that i...

...ey - NB) for five years, and then the United States would take over. He accepted the fact that in the Israeli perception, the Palestinians would never be trustworthy.   "He also agreed t...

16. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...Right-wing governments tend to be better positioned politically to negotiate peace. Part of the reason is the perception – real or imagined – that the Right will stand up more stridently f...

...surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including expectations regarding a permanent settlement, threat perceptions and US foreign policy under the Obama administration.   Yitzhak Ra...

...vering, and unjustified in their seeming hostility to Israel. Israelis have a succinct saying to reflect this perception: “There is no one to talk to and nothing to talk about.”   ...

... However, this subject has a place in our essence, in our identity, in our souls, in our security, and in our perception of morality – as a society or nation that has come to rule another nation...

20. Could Haredim Make Peace?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...m discussions, expecially in terms of the peace process. The Geneva Initiative recognized years ago that this perception is wrong and has been working with one of the largest Jewish religious parties ...

... 50%       Perceptions (or rather misperceptions):   Despite the actual majority support for...

... Ori Nir from Peace Now shows how peace is possible and the status quo can always change no matter what our perceptions may be.    As an Israel Defense Forces soldier in the late ...

23. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
...agreed upon the end of the conflict. Shas understands that. I always heard negative things about Shas, but my perception of them has been completely disproved. The men of Shas have their needs and the...

24. The German Who Needed a Fig Leaf
(News Room/News - 2011)
...anality of evil. It all seems to be so much a matter of chance.   "I think that Hannah Arendt's perceptions about Nazism are very relevant."   If so, why did you keep your ...

25. Palestinian Public Opinion Poll June 2011
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...9% describe them as bad or very bad. Three months ago, these percentages stood at 33% and 33% respectively. Perception of Security Perception of safety and security stands at 56% in the West Bank ...

26. The Palestine Papers: Analysis or Agenda?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
By BICOM 28.1.2011 via BICOM (click for original) Some in the Guardian appear to have a perception of what the basis of an agreement should be which is out of touch with the reality of where an

...mdash;Members of Knesset and Ministers, and now also Mayors—in order to brainwash and influence [their] perception regarding the peace process." Now Nachman is trying to hold a meeting of a...

28. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...k weak in a region where too many people already believe that its power is waning (see article). This is a misperception the president needs to correct. For all its economic worries at home and milita...

29. A New Leader of the Israeli Labor Party?
(News Room/News - 2010)
...m."   Additionally, the party itself is split between various groups with different agendas and perceptions of what the party is and what it should represent. Diskin said that even if La...

30. Abed Rabbo: Peace Process Needs Boost
(News Room/News - 2010)
...ing a deadlock in negotiations.   "We submitted a complete portfolio to the Americans about our perceptions on the issue of borders and security, and we expect the Israelis to do the sam...

31. Giving up is not an option
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...nistration will continue its bilateral conversations with both parties. As new political realities and public perceptions are being reshaped, there needs to be positive concrete and political delivera...

...only 42% estimate that they will start a non-violent resistance. Conflict management and threat perceptions In our poll we also examine periodically Israelis’ and Palest...

33. Shalom, this is Jibril
(News Room/News - 2010)
...the spot." “What is the purpose of the campaign?” I ask Gadi Baltiansky. "The perception in the Israeli public is that there is no partner for peace on the Palestinian ...

34. The Implications of the Fayyad-Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ching a settlement through negotiations and reciprocal steps. However, as the Israeli right is unified in its perception of the plan as a legal, political and security threat to Israel, with Israeli F...

35. The right's strategy of phrases
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... of Jewish state it wants. It should demand that the prime minister work to shape the state according to this perception, and it should be prepared to pay a "painful price" for it.  ...

... satisfaction with Abbas’s performance increases slightly during the same period from 47% to 49%. Perception that compared to the Haniyeh government, the Fayyad government is the legitimat...

...s".   Ambassador Alon Pinkas talked about the dissonance between the United States' and Israeli perception of the two countries' relationship. He discussed a need for Israel to adapt its...

38. Saving Israel from Itself
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...rsquo;s international political capital as well as its own. Gen. David Petraeus noted two months ago that the perception that the United States favors Israel breeds anti-Americanism and bolsters Al Qa...

...ghbor.   WSJ: You mentioned the misconception about Israel's attitude toward peace. Why does this misperception exist? Why do some people have the impression that Israel doesn't want peace? ...

...ch higher. What explains this apparent double anomaly?   In part, the explanation lies in the public perception that ending occupation through diplomacy requires external pressure on Israel t...

...debated whether media shapes or is a reflection of society and discussed their own role in influencing public perceptions. Speakers at the seminar included Mr. Ali Riza Guney, Head of the Middle East ...

42. We need to take this seriously
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...re into violence and large-scale armed confrontations. The conflict foments anti-American sentiment, due to a perception of US favoritism for Israel. Arab anger over the Palestinian question limits th...

...terwards did the public indicate the establishment of a Palestinian state as an obstacle and even less so the perception that the entire Jerusalem area should remain under exclusive Israeli sovereignt...

... but the majority of Palestinians.   As there are no meetings, no everyday encounters, there is a misperception on both sides. The more we meet and talk to each other, the better the chance...

...d party. As a champion of the two-state solution, is it difficult to break with that past? A: This is a misperception. I believe that what I'm doing is implementing the values that my parents taugh...

46. August 2009 Poll conducted by PSR
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
Popularity of Abbas and Fateh increases and the popularity of Haniyeh and Hamas decreases; perception of personal and family security and safety increases and perception of corruption in PA institutio

...eneva Initiative was the only offered solution that shocked one’s consciousness and changed one’s perception of the future. The Geneva initiative considered the regional and internationa...

...uo;re only asking the Israelis to do things.’ We are asking everybody to do things.” Another misperception, he said, was that Arab countries had rebuffed Mr. Obama’s request to mak...

...fter the meeting. “The result is that people see Israel as the obstacle to peace. This is a very strong perception.” According to those present, Obama was forthcoming in responding to th...

...rd on Israel in the peace process, while giving the Palestinians a free pass on their obligations. To counter perceptions of a bias towards the Palestinians, Barack Obama met privately on Monday with ...

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