Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. Message from Ramallah
(News Room/News - 2018)
...e Qalandiya checkpoint: we are in Ramallah, feeling like we're abroad except for thnoticeable presence of police and the Palestinian security apparatus standing at practically every junction and squar...

... capital in East Jerusalem. And recent developments are not hopeful. A surge in terror attacks, increased police presence, and Israeli annexation and de-annexation proposals have fueled fear and mistr...

...which lately has been mostly sporadic knife attacks against Israelis. He visited the family of an Israeli policewoman stabbed to death in Jerusalem last week to offer the administration’s condol...

...7 Via Foward (click here for the full article) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who faces a police investigation regarding very expensive gifts that he allegedly received during his tenu...

...igned last November between Israel and the PA that was supposed remove these limits). Allow a Palestinian policeman to stop me and check my ID, not one of your soldiers. I am even willing to wade thro...

... Abd Albaset was shocked to hear that a 19-year-old friend participated in a fatal shooting of an Israeli policewoman in Jerusalem last month. “In the end, he wasted his life for nothing,”...

7. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...d add, “You’re too smart a team to divide Jerusalem. Bring us one of Jerusalem’s Border Policemen and ask him where they place the barriers when there’s violence. The line you&...

...ons in the Gaza Strip. A clear majority wants the reconciliation government to have full control over the police force in the Gaza Strip and rejects the current status quo whereby Hamas remains in cha...

21.12.2014 The Israeli police raided the offices of a secret unit of the World Zionist Organization called the "Settlement Division" yesterday. Senior Geneva Initiative member Brig. General

...aluate the issue of Jerusalem, since it is united forever? While it push to understand whether the border police's checkpoints sit on an imaginary line, or on the actual line that divides the Jewish a...

...ars as a result of the high-quality, dedicated work of the people of the Shin Bet, the IDF and the Israel Police as well as the Palestinians whose significant contribution to the relative calm in the ...

12. Fence may have prevented abduction
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...xample, to arrest those responsible for the killing of IDF soldier Gal Kobi in Hebron nine months ago and policeman Baruch Mizrahi two months ago. These are two serious incidents which have joined the...

13. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...lestinians in any real sense, and therefore the various relevant actors within the Israel Defense Forces, police and government ministries did not transform their psychological attitude and practical ...

14. Yossi Beilin: The First Steps for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...litarized. The parties will negotiate security arrangement details, including the role of the Palestinian police force and equipment, as well as warning mechanisms which will allow Israel to defend it...

15. Naftali Bennett's Messianic Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...rity fence that is current built, which cost so far 11 billion, and if he intends to include soldiers and policemen, then we are talking about a massive recruitment. The third advantage, and the &ld...

16. How Did They Let it Happen?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... edition over the weekend, about an injured Palestinian who was left to die on the side of the road after police officers dumped him near an intersection in the middle of the night.   How com...

...ad hoped for. Netanyahu proposed releasing 25 prisoners, establishing 10 new stations for the Palestinian police in Area B (where Israel is in charge of security), as well as a series of economic proj...

...ainly be consistent with that axiom.   In Area B, about 22 percent of the West Bank, Palestinian police maintain law and order but are not permitted to deal with terrorist threats. Israel cou...

... though the reality is different.   These neighborhoods are under the jurisdiction of the Israel Police, but the police barely enter these neighborhoods due to security concerns.   P...

...nk outposts.   The vandals painted swastikas and sprayed graffiti on Hagit Ofran's home, in what police believe to be part of the "price tag" policy adopted by extremists.   ...

21. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
...ans was held up at Ben Gurion International Airport, and asked to report for questioning at the Jerusalem police.   "Today there is no longer right and left like there once was", op...

22. An Alliance of Those Who Choose Life
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
.... We'll draw the appropriate conclusions. But what will those conclusions be? That we need another Border Police unit along the border? That the next time the IDF gets a security alert from the Israel...

... Brigadier Gen. (Res.) Ilan Paz talked about cooperation between the Israeli military and the Palestinian police and the fact that the security has never been better than it is right now. In addition...

24. There is a Palestinian partner
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...l, emphasis was placed on improving the personal security of the residents of the West Bank. The civilian police began effectively enforcing law and order. Traffic police even enter the refugee camps ...

...rently combined his emotional response to the masses of young Egyptians demanding freedom and an end to a police state, with political cynicism: the desire to be on the winning side. This caused acute...

26. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ereignty.   Olmert’s security principles were the following: Palestine would have a strong police force, “everything needed for law enforcement.” It would have no army or ai...

...lestine Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat. Fayyad's government has also created a professional police force that restored security to several West Bank cities and it is embarking on hundred...

28. Lost Innocence
(News Room/News - 2011)
...r. Among other things, the committee works against false arrests and torture, illegal dismissals from the police force and failure to heed court rulings. In January 1996, Ashrawi was elected to the Pa...

29. Viewpoint: America Must Take the Lead
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...de of the new border according to an agreed time frame. Palestine will be a state with a strong police force, but without an army, and with a strict security regime within its borders to pre...

30. For Once, Hope in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...no more Israeli Army incursions into areas under Palestinian control; it could also allow the Palestinian police to patrol in most West Bank villages.   Third, the public on both sides suppor...

31. In Jerusalem, a Barrier Comes Down
(News Room/News - 2010)
...s a crane lifted the blocks onto trucks. “The Palestinian Authority got stronger and has an orderly police force.” Ricki Peretz, a resident who was out walking, praised the barricade&rsq...

32. PA reports year's achievements
(News Room/News - 2010)
...ent presented high achievements, including some 88,000 court orders that were executed by the Palestinian police. During the period the report addresses, police stations were set up in all main urba...

33. Lieberman's victory
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...al laws. Those who have not been infected with his aggression are too weak to confront him. Perhaps the police investigation against him will lead to an indictment, and perhaps Lieberman will be for...

34. The Ballgame and the Sideshow
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...on. An eight-week senior leadership training course in Jericho — bringing together the Palestinian police, the N.S.F. and Presidential Guards — has graduated 280 people, including 20 wom...

35. Israel and the Blockade
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...en Egypt lifted the blockade and several thousand Gazans rushed the border but were later sent home after police officers said they did not know when the crossing would be opened.   On Tuesda...

36. Israeli Force, Adrift on the Sea
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...sends in troops to occupy the Gaza Strip 100 more times, no matter how often Israel deploys its military, police and covert power, force cannot solve the problem that we are not alone in this land, an...

...e are misconceptions from it. We left Gaza completely. We forced the settlers out. Mobilized thousands of policemen and paid 2.5 billion dollars in compensation. Why did we do it? We weren't under pre...

38. Fayyad's Road to Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... not a seasonal thing,” he said — and is focused on prosaic stuff like building institutions (police, schools, a justice system, roads and an economy) rather than exalted proclamations. ...

39. Beating the Mideast’s Black Hole
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...yyad is obsessed with security — an obsession reflected in the now ubiquitous Palestinian Authority police on the West Bank — and with building state institutions and the economy. He&rsquo...

40. Let’s Fight Over a Big Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...pposite — for a nonviolent struggle, for building noncorrupt transparent institutions and effective police and paramilitary units, which even the Israeli Army says are doing a good job; and then...

41. The Biden Effect
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...S. “vital interests” to the surface. It challenged Israel’s ostrich-like burrowing into polices that, over time, will make one divided, undemocratic state more likely than “two...

...actions on the ground. For example, convert percentages of area C to areas A and B; allow the Palestinian police to spread out in area B as it was prior to the second intifada; evacuate illegal outpos...

...er told the Journal du Dimanche in an interview published yesterday. "France is training Palestinian police, businesses are being created in the West Bank... It follows that one can envision the ...

... a Palestinian state from the bottom up.   Already, he has had considerable success. Palestinian police have restored order in all of the West Bank's main cities and are now ready to extend t...

... have the necessary documents to visit the other state. Security in the Old City would be maintained by police forces of each state, along with an international police unit that would assist the two...

46. August 2009 Poll conducted by PSR
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...ority of those who have been attacked or robbed during the past year says they have not complained to the police either because they do not trust it or because it can do nothing useful for them. Worse...

... has peaceful relations with its neighbors. The Palestinian state would be demilitarized but have a police force, naval police force, national security forces, internal security organizations, b...

48. Everything Is Ready; Just Sign
(News Room/News - 2009)
...nly troops that would be permitted to carry weapons in the non-militarized Palestinian state would be the police, the naval police, the national security troops, the internal security organization, th...

...uld evacuate five years ago. So far as is known, a timetable has not been set for the evacuations. Police on Monday evacuated three illegal structures in various outposts. In response, settlers...

...ng in East Jerusalem. From 1987 to 2002, he rented the existing building there to the paramilitary border police. Recently the municipality granted permission for the housing development to proceed. ...

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