Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ed as starting points and were adapted to possible areas of agreement in order to reach a historic compromise, in the past 25 years Netanyahu has been stubborn in his positions, which not on...

...eves the Chinese can help.   “Any actor that can cause either side to make the necessary compromises in the negotiations would be great,” he said.   He explained that if ...

...voiced its commitment for peace in the region, it’s time for brave moves and for a fulfilment of the promises on peace. It’s time to agree on the borders of Israeli Jerusalem and on the bo...

...ington Post. “It helps to address whether it is too late for Israelis and Palestinians to reach a compromise on the territorial issues, as well as on matters of security, refugees and the fate o...

...n of Palestine remained. “At any moment, dialogue can take a new course and uncover new scope for compromise,” he added. ...

...maximum. This is our minimum,” he said. “What everybody needs to understand is the historic compromise has already been made.”   Israel’s allies in Washington are pres...

...t conflicts with the other side's narrative. The potential for resolving the conflict lies in finding a compromise that is in line with the fundamental interests of the parties, such as those based on...

...ded Macron.   His comments come after Donald Trump called on Israelis and Palestinians to make compromises for peace, saying he was “personally committed” to helping Israel reach ...

...nt Abbas assures me he is ready to work toward that goal in good faith. And Prime Minister Netanyahu has promised the same. I look forward to working with these leaders toward a lasting peace,&rdqu...

...new round of peace negotiations. Both have significant constituencies to their Right discouraging any compromise, with Israeli right-wing leaders calling for an end to the notion of a two-state solu...

...overnment rejects Abbas’s logic, arguing that the Palestinian leader is unwilling to make a final compromise.   Abdullah issued a pointed rebuke of Israel, saying that its actions are &...

...em combating terrorism." Abbas also used his speech to reiterate his opposition to Trump's campaign promise to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem -- a promise which has since been w...

...s to gain by making peace with the Palestinians. The support of the Arab world is also critical for any compromise that the Palestinians come to in the framework of the negotiations. By putting the ...

...ving courageous leadership – one that is able to think out of the box and is willing to make real compromises for peace". Samih added: "I'm optimistic as well. I believe Palestinians a...

... sides would have to "give up something" during the negotiations to reach an acceptable deal, he promised that he would exercise the US veto "100 percent" of the time at the Securi...

...1967 which hasn’t changed under any presidency. November 15th marks 28 years of our historic compromise to recognize the State of Israel on the 1967 border, and accepting a mere 22% of what...

... a settlement answering the issues over which both Israeli and Palestinian leaderships are unwilling to compromise, not least the future of Israeli settlements, the Palestinian refugee problem and sec...

...have deliberately moved explosive issues from 3,000 years ago to center stage, threatening any possible compromise   The emotional storm that erupted after UNESCO’s executive board adop...

...return’ to their ancestral homes west of the Green Line. There is no deal to be made, there is no compromise here. I could point you to endless links to back this up…”   [Q...

...t we are allotted only 14 percent of the water in the West Bank — even less than the little that was promised by the Oslo Accords? According to international law the water belongs to the Palesti...

21. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...a Golan.   Does the Palestinians' difficulty in reaching a permanent agreement, which requires compromises on territory and on Jerusalem, justify Netanyahu’s continued foot dragging and...

...o be done to solve the conflict and build sustainable peace between the two societies, and what kind of compromises are necessary as part of a two-state solution. One Israeli participant asked a Pales...

...16   Via Reuters (click here for the original)   Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi promised Israel on Tuesday warmer ties if it accepts efforts to resume peace talks with the P...

...declare an Israeli peace initiative, and state what he believes is essential and what he would agree to compromise on to fulfill the “Bar-Ilan vision” for the establishment of a Palestinia...

...here is nothing to this argument, it would behoove Netanyahu to openly state if he would be prepared to compromise on territory in exchange for peace. If there is no substance to allegations against h...

26. Seminar for Young Political Activists in Yeruham
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...s by the Israeli public may become less supportive of the two-state solution and more skeptical that a compromise is achievable. Some participants observed that political leaders – from the Coa...

...end the conflict with the Palestinians. Those younger than 34 tend, more than older adults, to rule out compromise on core issues. Nonetheless, there is still some good news, Blatianski said: 50% of u...

...uld store the belongings of the departed homeowners in one room, which they would seal with wax. They also promised to evacuate the house within one month if its lawful owner so requested. Klein notes...

...ama administration could offer several things that would matter to Netanyahu. First, the president could promise to veto any resolution on settlements (or perceived to be anti-Israeli) at the U.N. S...

...uded with a note of bitter criticism, “Apparently, Israel is not able to make agreements based on compromises — agreements which can be reached only out of a position of equality between t...

...al and economic issues while dimming her party’s character as the standard-bearer of a diplomatic compromise, she had hoped to garner support from right-wing voters who were not die-hard. &nbs...

...and, the establishment of a Palestinian state. During the last election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised that a Palestinian state will not be founded on his watch. And his ministers in Jeru...

33. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...and, the establishment of a Palestinian state. During the last election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised that a Palestinian state will not be founded on his watch. And his ministers in Jeru...

34. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... by taking such a position, there’s no point in dreaming about a permanent arrangement based on a compromise with the Palestinians.   One can only hope that the comment by the late Jeru...

35. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...were, but he most likely meant that normalization of ties with Israel was a positive aspect, whilst the compromise Israel would have to do to earn this normalization was the negative one.   T...

36. Voting Out Israel's 1%
(News Room/News - 2015)
...?   Michael Karpin is an Israeli journalist and the author of, most recently, “Imperfect Compromise: A New Consensus Among Israelis and Palestinians” (Potomac Books, 2013). &nbs...

...o neglect, would have seen him present the document as proof of the efforts he was prepared to make for compromise. He could have highlighted the Palestinians’ stubbornness, or utilized the leak...

38. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...government. It is an Israel greater in size due to the view of the Right that the West Bank is part of the Promised Land. It sees in the ruling of the Palestinians not an occupation, but rather a hist...

... without establishing a defined goal of ending Israel’s occupation of the West Bank. It is a fair compromise between the Israeli and Palestinian positions. The parameters of the agreement, which...

... month, Labor leader Isaac Herzog eschewed the touchy issue of “peace,” substituting it with a promise of “security instead of fear.” Even key leaders of the ideological r...

...and extremism grow.   On the other hand, there is the Zionist camp, which supports territorial compromise to guarantee the future of the State of Israel as a Jewish state, and a democratic st...

...aration from the Palestinians, will prevent Israel from becoming a bi-national state riven by conflict and promise genuine peace and security for both nations.    The author is the Spoke...

43. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ational and religious identities are inseparable. The unbridgeable religious divide precludes political compromise. Many Muslims, Jews and Christians go further still and believe the Israeli-Palestini...

... doesn’t realize how U.S. support is slipping through his fingers. Others, drunk on imaginary power, promise us that the world won’t move without that Israeli app Waze. Particles won&rsquo...

...t."   And if anyone thought that the conflict with Hamas, which rules out any fundamental compromise, will motivate Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government to see Palestinia...

...er that it doesn’t exist.”   It is hard to find in Herzog’s public rhetoric the promise of peace, trust, coexistence or reconciliation. Herzog focuses on a simpler and far m...

...t the disengagement from Gaza. I don’t need Barghouti to tell myself that instead of making these compromises after outbreaks of brutal violence, we could have made them at our own initiative. T...

...o;t feel some internal pressure, then it’s hard to see him being able to make some very difficult compromises.” The public that gave its trust to Lapid and Livni could have expected them t...

49. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...orts to achieve a cease-fire that he is the best partner Israel will have. It’s true that nobody can promise us that it will be a perfect peace. But a bad peace is preferable to a good war. &n...

...ocess? Who are the opponents to a diplomatic option led by Mahmoud Abbas, which is based on the idea of compromise? Who contributed to the diplomatic freeze, to the insane settlement building, to the ...

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