Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ted to be appealed to the Supreme Court on the grounds the Knesset does not have the authority to legislate property issues on land that is not part of Israel.   Israeli nongovernmental organ...

... been seeing more and more settlements built in the past few years and increased demolitions of Palestinian property recently,” said Jamal Dajani, director of communications for Palestinian Auth...

...d 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 strengthen...

...alestinians, they had the power to evict the occupants. Under Israeli law, Jews are allowed to demand their property back, and settlers’ groups continue to invoke the law to evacuate Palestinian...

...on of East Jerusalem, facilitate travel to the settlements and lead to the illegal expropriation of private property, some of which belongs to the Waqf and Christian churches,” Erekat wrote in t...

...Arab residents of the Triangle to “move” to the Palestinian state together with their homes and property? But an exact parallel cannot be drawn between the inhabitants of the Triangle...

...be described other than as outright terrorism.” Mr Fayyad said that attacks on Palestinians and their property, farmland and mosques had increased by 150 percent over the last year.   U...

8. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property.” &nb...

...; they bring with them armed, aggressive Jewish extremists who attack Palestinians, destroy their crops and property, and desecrate their holy places.   In 1988, the Palestine National Counci...

10. Viewpoint: America Must Take the Lead
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...o longer be Palestinians with refugee status, after refugees receive compensation for suffering and loss of property, and are resettled in Palestine or elsewhere with help from an international refuge...

... and others. All refugees would be entitled to compensation for their “refugeehood” and loss of property. In August 2009, 37% agreed with an identical compromise while 61% opposed it. &n...

..." (in all, 93% of land in Israel is "state land"). Under Israeli law, to qualify to purchase property that is "state land" the purchaser must either be a citizen of Israel (Pa...

13. There is no deluxe occupation
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... has taken root which holds that the security and even convenience of the settlers take precedence over the property rights and welfare of the Palestinians. In order to ensure the safety of Israelis, ...

...hoice of where a refugee will make his permanent place of residence, and the right to compensation for lost property. Among the choices of permanent residence will be: the state of Palestine; areas ...

... anyone and simultaneously belong to everyone, and with it the holy places which will become the collective property of all the worshipers – a massive collective regime of culture and ethics&rdq...

16. Free Marriage Counseling
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...as long been accompanied by a kid-gloves approach regarding settler violence against Palestinians and their property. ... Settlers and settlement planners have covertly bent and distorted zoning proce...

... envoy, George J. Mitchell, is expected here in a week for more meetings on the issue. The East Jerusalem property in question, to be developed into a 20-unit complex, was bought by a Miami-based bu...

18. Welcome to the Middle East, 2030
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...raq and Iran have oil. Stability and open borders will make possible waves of investment in infrastructure, property and services. Growth will be dragged down, though, by corruption, cronyism, and a c...

19. Without Any Tricks
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...porarily for defined security needs, after paying compensation to the owners, but this does not give it any property rights to the land. Once the security need has passed, the land must be returned to...

...anization Amana held "housing fairs" in New York and New Jersey to encourage American Jews to buy property in the West Bank. According to the Jewish Voice and Opinion, a self-described &quot...

...ise in violence between them. Local disputes have expanded and intensified into violence against people and property. Finally, the settlement movement itself has changed unilaterally and unlawfully ...

...ise in violence between them. Local disputes have expanded and intensified into violence against people and property. Finally, the settlement movement itself has changed unilaterally and unlawfully ...

...f its delicate confessional balance, Lebanon denies Palestinians not only citizenship, but the right to own property or work in 71 specified professions. Many Palestinians, using UNRWA-acquired educat...

... and others. All refugees would be entitled to compensation for their “refugeehood” and loss of property. In December 2007, 39% agreed with an identical compromise while 57% opposed it. ...

...ds in a divided Jerusalem would not want to remain in their homes, as they would be open to attacks and the property value would decrease. With Jews fleeing these neighborhoods, the demographic gains ...

26. Danish
(The Accord/Full Text)
...else. b. Ekspertpanelet skal basere sine vurderinger pו UNCCP’s registre, Custodian for Absentee Property-registre samt andre optegnelser, som synes relevante. Parterne er forpligtede til a...

27. German
(The Accord/Full Text)
...uml;ndet seine Bewertung auf den UNCCP-Aufzeichnungen, den Aufzeichnungen des „Custodian for Absentee Property“, und alle anderen Aufzeichnungen, die er für relevant befindet. Die Par...

28. French
(The Accord/Full Text)
...nciliation de l’ONU pour la Palestine), le Conservateur des biens des absents (Custodian for Absentee Property) et toutes autres données qu'il considère appropriées. Les Par...

29. English
(The Accord/Full Text)
... comprehensive and uninterrupted effort to end terrorism and violence directed against each others persons, property, institutions or territory. This effort shall continue at all times, and shall be i...

30. The War Within
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...nhell, a supporter of Peace Now, which documents settlement construction. Settlers are damaging Palestinian property in retaliation for government actions against the outposts. The Israeli cabinet o...

31. The season for decision making
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...the Palestinian refugee issue would be resolved through return to the new state, with compensation for lost property and suffering, and absorption into states willing to accept them (in accordance wit...

... see on YouTube, offers a shocking window into unchecked settler violence against Palestinian civilians and property and close-range shootings by the military of unarmed demonstrators and onlookers. S...

... instructed the state to plan the route so that it runs through state land, not privately owned Palestinian property. However, the villagers again petitioned the court two months ago, saying that th...

34. Tough Love for Israel?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...Arab neighbors. The Jews in Hebron today — those “settlers” — have reclaimed Jewish property. So I don’t see what makes them illegitimate or illegal. (Irving) True, Jew...

...h settler families who are anxious to return to Israel proper but cannot find anyone to buy the homes whose property values have fallen in recent years. Hard-line settlers sometimes demonstrate outs...

...se of the Palestinian civilian population. This includes the destruction and theft of olive trees and other property, and some instances of violent assault and murder. Most prominent were the Gush ...

37. U.S. expectations for peace
(News Room/News - 2008)
...of land or homes in present-day Israel, thus closing off the Palestinian claim to a right to return to that property. The money would presumably go to resettle refugees in an independent Palestine or ...

... and others. All refugees would be entitled to compensation for their “refugeehood” and loss of property. In December 2006, 41% agreed with an identical compromise while 54% opposed it. ...

39. A Guide to Mideast Peace 2007
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...s should be permitted to do so at the earliest practical date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return,” and holding the governments and authorities...

40. Living the lives of others
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...loyment as a police force in the territories that Israel conquered in June 1967. This involved guarding the property of Jewish land robbers. As the years progressed, short-sighted Israeli politicia...

41. Terms of peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...lly, war seems less dangerous than peace? On the face of it, the statement is absurd: people die in wars, property and infrastructure are damaged and vast sums of money that could have been used for...

42. Driverless
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...dquo;modalities.” He roared them out in bullet form: There would be financial compensation for lost property. There would be paid relocation to the Palestinian state. There would be contributi...

...omprehensive agreement in the Middle East that would include an end to mutual demands, arrangements for the property question and a resolution of the issues of Jerusalem and the settlements. Polls c...

44. Accept the Saudi initiative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under ...

45. Kiss is no plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
... At times, senior figures in both movements say they demand the return of all refugees to their homes and property, while at times they make do with a general, principled wording. The refugee issue ...

... and others. All refugees would be entitled to compensation for their “refugeehood” and loss of property. In June 2006, 41% agreed with an identical compromise while 55% opposed it. Amon...

47. Israel's Don Qixote
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...aised the issue of compensation for over 600,000 Jews who were forced to flee Arab countries and lost their property when the State of Israel was created. This was the second time that Beilin attemp...

48. The high court and the Gaza beach
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...ternatives to marriage at the rabbinate and Orthodox conversion, demanded that the rabbinical courts divide property between divorcing couples equally, and even ordained secular burial and tombstone i...

49. Editorial: Enough is Enough
(News Room/Op Ed - 2003-2005)
... in Occupied east Jerusalem's neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah." Under the illegal Israeli "Absentee Property” law, Israeli housing authorities have already issued an order for the demoli...

50. Attention International Community
(News Room/Op Ed - 2003-2005)
... in Occupied east Jerusalem's neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah." Under the illegal Israeli "Absentee Property” law, Israeli housing authorities have already issued an order for the demoli...

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