Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...Ultimately, both Netanyahu and Abbas just have this long, long history and they’ve played this game really well. And they don’t trust each other and I don’t think they will ever get ...

... Palestinian negotiator. “and it’s funny – all I needed to do was to ask them what they really think about these issues, something I’ve never done before”.   Rea...

... Palestinian negotiator. “and it’s funny – all I needed to do was to ask them what they really think about these issues, something I’ve never done before”.   In ...

...ith Egypt, opening up a critical lifeline for imports and for outside travel.   But the pact was really an agreement to start talking: The more troublesome issues between Hamas and Mr. Abbas&...

...ief of the royal court under the late King Hussein, told Al Jazeera he was sceptical whether the US could really help advance peace in the region, particularly by ending the Israeli occupation of Pale...

...they sit down together. What’s important now is to hold serious talks between the two leaders who really matter: Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas. They need to be asked tough questions, tr...

...for these pipe dreams.   Betar Ilit and Modi’in Ilit   But what do the statistics really show? They show that in the second half of 2016, the Israeli population in the West Ban...

8. Geneva Initiative seminar for Parliamentary Advisors
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...ated to the conflict with the Palestinians every day at work. But this seminar made me realize how much I really don't know about the core issues, about what had been achieved in previous rounds of ne...

...ievement," Trump told the New York Times on Tuesday.    "A lot of people tell me, really great people tell me, that it's impossible, you can't do it. I disagree. I think you ca...

10. The benefits of Obama parameters
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ing clear political content.   Parameters could help change this. They would clarify what the US really means when it talks about a two-state solution. Israeli opposition parties could adopt ...

...very solid views about the peace process. But the truth is that I had absolutely no idea how the conflict really affects the daily lives of Palestinians. For instance, how checkpoints restrict their m...

...nd intelligent young professionals, were eager to learn from each other, and to use this precious time to really listen to the other side.   As is often the case in our joint activities,...

...s the level of outrage.   The mood has been in the air for a while now, but for me, at least, it really hit home in the last few days. What’s clued me in is the reader response to my Au...

...her side to leave them alone. On the day that leaders on both sides begin to understand what their people really think, the world’s most intractable conflict can begin to wind down. ...

15. Putting Women at the Forefront of Peace Promotion
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
... of the talk. "It's my experience that they are often much more able to put aside the blame game and really put themselves in the other side's shoes. And as I've learned through many years of neg...

...ncounter was nothing less than eye opening. One Likud activist wondered after she met him: "could it really be that there are people on the other side who genuinely want peace? why is it that we ...

..., and the reality on the ground. One participant, Deputy Mayor of the City of Ofakim, said: "one can really see how neglected, crowded and poor these neighborhoods are. The lack of services and p...

...listened to each other's stories and experiences, the participants were eager to start talking about what really matters: the future. They discussed what needs to be done to solve the conflict and bui...

...lah government offices, one can detect today a sense of despair. Practically no one within the leadership really believes that, especially during an American election year, there will be any movement ...

...ed border, a non-militarized Palestine and detailed security mechanisms.”   And could that really work? “Without an agreement with the Palestinians, we will be forced to live betw...

...ns, agreements and unilateral moves have all proven to be counterproductive.   “People who really care should be pushing for local dialogue,” says David Ha’ivri. “If w...

22. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... Ehud Olmert and former President Shimon Peres. But Israel failed to grab the bull by its horns and never really offered to have serious negotiations about the initiative. It is true that the Arab sta...

23. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... For instance, during the election campaign, Kahlon stated, “If there is ever a bold leader who is really willing to put an end to the conflict, an end to the claims, a united Jerusalem and an ...

...lsquo;Why are you spending so much time working on a relationship with Europe?’ And that is when we really adjusted some of our focus,” Cukierman said. Although Baltiansky credits Breaki...

25. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...Israeli delegation during the 2000 peace talks with the Palestine Liberation Organization. But what Klein really is, as the pages of “Lives in Common” make clear, is a humanist. Drawing on...

...lematic in itself. In the 21st century, the vast majority of nation-states contain minorities, and no one really believes that it is possible to turn back the historical clock to create ethnically hom...

...rgio DellaPergola “Immigration isn’t as important as it was in the past, so fertility is really the primary driving factor in demographics,” he said. “High fertility means...

28. "The change will come from the young"
(Events/Joint Activities - 2014)
...ught that we would just argue and try to prove that the other side was wrong, but I discovered that it is really easy to mix with the Israelis. We have many things in common. In the past I was against...

...ack to power in the foreseeable future?   The militant center The left’s collapse is not really comprehensible outside the larger context: the implosion over the past decade and a hal...

...dquo;   Some would say that this wish, which you’ve cultivated with others for decades, is really wishful thinking.   “What motivates me is the dream. People who dream a ...

31. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...rtet, while recognizing the reconciliation government that Hamas supports despite the fact that it is not really a part of it. During the first stage we can discuss issues of security and borders, and...

...urselves the genuine questions; stand in front of a mirror and take a real look at our character as it is really reflected.   The first image to be reflected in the mirror, will be those who ...

33. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...at matter. Or, say, a, tall, silver-haired American secretary of state who doesn’t get what life is really made of. Or in the hope that we could ever have a better life. Or just life.   ...

...For many, this was their first visit to the territories.   “I want to believe that this is really a welcome change in attitude toward us,” he said, trying hard to hide his surpris...

35. The Paradox: Taking Abu Mazen at his Word
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...s with Hamas for terror, and publishes contradictory "hollow declarations." If Abu Mazen didn't really mean that the Holocaust was the most heinous crime against humanity in the modern era, ...

...bitter truth - the primary sabotage came from the settlements. The Palestinians don't believe that Israel really intends to let them found a state when, at the same time, it is building settlements on...

...July 2000, when Abbas supposedly got “cold feet.”   So here’s the thing. Abbas really did play a negative role at Camp David. There were all sorts of petty political conside...

...uitless talks she had been conducting during the past eight months.   An Israeli government that really wanted to advance the two-state solution would have been pleased and seen the reconcili...

... countries, and for acknowledgment of their core narratives.   Recognizing what this argument is really about opens the door for people on both sides of the conflict – and on both sides...

40. Likud at Geneva
(News Room/News - 2014)
... chatting with the participants (translation by the Geneva Initiative):   "Yossi Beilin has really changed. He is not extreme left like he used to be." That is what a Likud member t...

...vis, Haaretz 3.01.14 via Haaretz, [Click here for the original article]   Does Naftali Bennett really want to go down in history as the politician who devastated Israel, its future as a Jew...

42. The People Want Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...e be an Israeli majority for Yossi Beilin, Shalom Achshav and the Geneva Initiative? For real? Yes, there really could be. Amongst Likud voters, almost a third are prepared for a far-reaching compromi...

...d in Maariv NRG: "Could there be an Israeli majority for the Geneva Initiative? For real? Yes, there really could be. Amongst Likud voters, almost a third are prepared for a far-reaching compromi...

...e state between the sea and the river’, one of the difficult questions will be –  who is really the shrapnel and who the behind!? In the case of a “sea to river” state, ...

...oil soap to Israel or Europe would be considered a victory.   “To this day, Nablus has not really recovered from second intifada,” said Tayseer Nasrallah, one of the top Palestini...

... Israel. "In my eyes, this crisis facilitates the portrayal of the ultra-Orthodox society as what it really is: pacifistic and not warmongering. The ultra-Orthodox public returns to the place in ...

...y on, with the same self-confidence, to wrest the same support from the nation for their new message. I'm really curious to know, what do they say to themselves? "   Do you expect an apo...

48. Peace deal – victory for both sides
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...litical and personal considerations aside, and prefer the historical and national considerations that are really good for their people. In this moment of truth we will know if the two parties won or l...

49. The Two-State Imperative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...st-1967 issue with great clarity in his fine book, “The Unmaking of Israel”: “If Israel really believed that the territorial division created by the 1949 armistice was null and void,...

50. The Scourge of Mideast Skepticism
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...lestinian conflict.   So what are those skeptical of Kerry’s Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy really saying? That it’s only worth taking on the easy and painless tasks of foreign pol...

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