Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem
(News Room/News - 2018)
...s and Palestinians disappointed. And yet, the Australian government’s announcement that it would recognize West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital did just that. The Israeli response was ...

...utline" for Middle East peace, which is taking shape these days, cannot be mistaken. It is easy to recognize the similarity between Netanyahu's positions and the expected American propo...

...i media barely covered the event. It was certainly not on the public’s agenda. The organizers probably recognized this, given the emerging conflict with Iran and the concurrent tendency of Israe...

...f the century” used by Trump himself to describe his peace initiative. Furious over the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move its embassy there, Ramallah has black...

...he peace process and has been pushed by Abbas since US President Donald Trump’s December 6 decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.   “The administration has tak...

... interviews with 612 East Jerusalem Palestinians. It was taken in January, after U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. “Participating in elections is seen...

...ation Organization’s Executive Committee decided Saturday night to demand that the UN Security Council recognize a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders.   The Palestinian leadershi...

...icle)   In December 2017, while the UN General Assembly voted against the American decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, and while Palestinian leaders were seeking a...

...th EU foreign ministers, Abbas repeated his call for east Jerusalem as capital as he urged EU governments to recognize a state of Palestine immediately, arguing that this would not disrupt negotiation...

...usalem next year, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was in Brussels urging the European Union to recognize a Palestinian state and emerge as an alternative sponsor of Middle East diplomacy...

...odel, which is accepted by senior officials on both sides, presents a possible picture of Jerusalem with two recognized capitals of two states: West Jerusalem, the Jewish neighborhoods of east Jerusal...

...Gaza Strip. Israel has vowed not to engage in peace talks with the PA until Hamas renounces all violence and recognizes the Jewish state.   The meeting was also attended by PA Civil Affairs M...

...hem altogether. These narratives serve public awareness and create the psychological conditions necessary to recognize the need to pay a painful price. The two narratives should be assigned a mysterio...

...d out a decade ago: every Palestinian government will have to refrain from using violence against Israel, to recognize it, to accept the Oslo Accords, and to put an end to the conflict through peace t...

...lements. “Our fundamental problem is with the occupation and settlements, and failure of Israel to recognize the state of Palestine in the same way we recognize it, which undermines the rea...

...sarily be the demands of a future prime minister. Netanyahu often insists that the Palestinian side should recognize Israel as a Jewish state. This is something accepted in the United Nations resolu...

... settlements, which it “considers to be illegal under international law.”   The EU will recognize any changes to the pre-1967 lines only after they have been agreed upon by the pa...

...inisters of all political parties have publicly supported and worked toward attaining a peace agreement that recognizes Israel’s right to exist as a democratic, Jewish state and establishes a de...

...ed communities that have sprung up in the West Bank over the last 20 years. Unlike settlements, they are not recognized or authorized by Israel even though many are close to existing settlements. &n...

20. The Geneva Initiative welcomes the Paris Peace Conference
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...nd to this cycle of violence and open a new era in the history of Israeli-Palestinian relations.   We recognize that the two-state solution cannot be fully implemented immediately. However, we ...

...n, the United Nations, Russia and the United States. Israel has blamed the impasse on Palestinian refusal to recognize the legitimacy of Israel as a Jewish state. Palestinians blame Israel for occupyi...

22. Five comments on UNSCR 2334
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...ents continue to be illegal and unacceptable in the eyes of the world, and that even Israel's closest allies recognize that they constitute a major obstacle to the achievement of peace. ...

...yone knows that only the Israelis and Palestinians will be able to conclude a peace directly, but we have to recognize today that the conditions are not in place today to restart the negotiations.&quo...

24. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...that United States recognition of a Palestinian state would make it easier for other countries that have not recognized Palestine to do so, and would clear the way for a Security Council resolution on...

...r." Others called upon the U.S. to break with international law and international consensus in order to recognize the illegal Israeli annexation of Occupied East Jerusalem. This should come as no...

...     The election-inauguration window only happens once for every president. Reagan used it to recognize the PLO in 1988, and Clinton for his parameters for peace in 2000. Will Obama fol...

...m that US President Barack Obama may refrain from rejecting an international initiative at the UN seeking to recognize Palestinian statehood in the last months of his administration.   Americ...

28. Is Israel annexing West Bank Area C?
(News Room/News - 2016)
...wn. It serves as a diplomatic alibi, to refrain from progress: “If Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas recognizes Israel as a Jewish state, we are ready to negotiate a two-state solution,”...

...ctually baseless and distracts from the real obstacle to peace — the persistent Palestinian refusal to recognize the Jewish state in any borders.” In its statement, the State Department ...

...eved in direct, bilateral negotiations between the two sides. The international community, it adds, will not recognize unilateral steps designed to determine the final outcome. That said, the report...

31. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...aty with Egypt.   It is highly unlikely that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will ever agree to recognize Israel as the state of the Jewish nation, acquiescing to Netanyahu’s demand...

... the PLO Executive Committee, told Reuters.   Egypt was the first of a handful of Arab countries to recognize Israel with a U.S.-sponsored peace accord in 1979, but Egyptian attitudes to thei...

... border, with mutual swaps; Arab Jerusalem will become the Palestinian capital; Jewish Jerusalem will be the recognized capital of Israel; the Palestinian state will be non-militarized; and the two st...

...e negotiations on Jerusalem. The section on Jerusalem contains a statement of principles in which both sides recognize the religious and historical connection of the two sides to the whole city. They ...

...ers of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states."   Recent Israeli strateg...

...udi Arabia. The EU sees the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002 as a valid basis for future negotiations, but also recognizes the need for mutual land swaps in relation to the 1967 lines and for security ar...

...ion, the member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, which includes Arab League members, would recognize the State of Israel and its right to self-determination. Negotiations could then ...

38. Joint Seminar in Cyprus
(Events/Joint Activities - 2016)
...ing change. Sometimes it seems that our leaders actually benefit from the conflict: but young people like us recognize the necessity of peace".       עיתון ישר...

... course, Hamas, which rules in Gaza: although it sometimes makes pragmatic declarations, it still refuses to recognize Israel at all, let alone make any long-term agreement. Abbas’ ability to fo...

40. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... course, Hamas, which rules in Gaza: although it sometimes makes pragmatic declarations, it still refuses to recognize Israel at all, let alone make any long-term agreement. Abbas’ ability to fo...

...d not on a country located elsewhere, the second article of the Geneva Initiative states: “The Parties recognize Palestine and Israel as the homelands of their respective peoples. The Parties ar...

42. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ed, mainly as a protest against Netanyahu’s policies. But only one Western government, that of Sweden, recognized the Palestinian Authority as a state. Concurrently, Abbas appealed to the ICC, a...

43. GI-PPC - Addendum to the G.I. Water Annex
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...es for the Sustainable and Efficient Use and Management of Shared Water Resources   3.1 The parties recognize that economic factors and measures must play a central role in the management of ...

...islator at the Knesset Monday.   According to Hilik Bar’s outline, Israel would immediately recognize the State of Palestine at the United Nations, though without specifying any borde...

45. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... Israeli right has maintained for decades that the real problem between us and the Arabs is their refusal to recognize the State of Israel. It is not the lack of a solution to the Palestinian problem,...

46. How to respond to Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...consensus or reject it.    Last year the Security Council rejected a Palestinian resolution to recognize a Palestinian state and the French shelved an alternate proposal that they had be...

... Netanyahu, as he has pointed out, did not agree to divide Jerusalem, but the document shows he was ready to recognize “the historical connection, social and cultural development” of the P...

..."At no point did Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agree to withdraw to 1967-lines, divide Jerusalem or recognize the Palestinian right of return. That was and remains his position." Hi...

...ecision to leave the Strip, and thus comply with international law, and the proposal to alter Israel’s recognized borders in a way that will leave some of its citizens outside the new lines, den...

50. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ruling of the Palestinians not an occupation, but rather a historic redemption. The Right therefore does not recognize the legitimacy of the Palestinians’ national movement and believes that we ...

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