Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...come part of a Palestinian state except the Old City, where Israel would retain control, but also uphold the religious status quo at the holy sites. When asked about a similar solution in which Palest...

...a more granular level in a city where even the smallest perceived changes to its status or the status of its religious sites can detonate sudden explosions of violence.   In recent years ther...

...ials also protested attacks against Palestinian olive farmers by Israeli settlers and the entering of “religious extremists” onto the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the readout said.   ...

...e Arabs, who at the time were 90 percent of the country's population, had to be content with equal civil and religious rights in a state established for the Diaspora Jewish people.   Demograp...

...gain able to pray at the Western Wall. The reunification of Jerusalem brought about celebration for Jews and religious freedom for all faiths in the holy city.    The added territory gav...

... said that the king and the Egyptian president also discussed Jerusalem's and maintaining its historical and religious status, noting that any change in the status-quo could affect stability and secur...

7. Geneva Initiative Multi-Party Seminar
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...ing from centrist and right-wing parties such as Likud, Kulanu and Yesh Atid and from different minority and religious groups.   The seminar focused on the rec...

...king at the settlement of Ariel   Ron, the Israeli guide, spoke about the some of the ideological, religious and political sources of today's West Bank settlements, and explained the differe...

...rticipants, and told them that "the conflict with the Palestinians is not a political issue nor is it a religious one. It's simply a question of having a brave leadership". The first meeting...

...rritorial conflict between two peoples and sought to avoid getting dragged into a theological, historical or religious debate. But if in the past, historical and religious narratives remained behind...

11. Seminar for Municipal and Community Leaders
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...ar for municipal leaders – namely senior local politicians, local council members and members of local religious committees from across the country. The group was extremely diverse, with partici...

...enial. In Israel it’s exploded in the last few years in repeated attacks from the settler movement and religious nationalist right against the military and intelligence command. What the two cou...

13. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...er a Shiite bloc, which threatens the security as well as the unity of the Sunni states. There is an ancient religious conflict between the Sunni majority and the Shiite minority, but the minority enj...

...ere.   In practice, however, the reality is stronger than the vision. First of all, the nationalist-religious-messianic camp contributed less than 20 percent of the annual population growth r...

... 35 leading Shas activists, including local council members, heads of municipal religious committees and journalists took part in a unique day-long workshop we held in par...

16. Jerusalem in the spotlight: challenges and solutions
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...rieli about the Palestinian villages and Israeli settlements surrounding the city, learned about Jerusalem's religious and national significance to Israelis and Palestinians, saw the separation barrie...

...e, there was nothing unusual about the relations between the Jewish builder and the Palestinian national and religious leader. Muslims took part in Jewish religious celebrations and vice versa; believ...

...uo; by the rise of violent extremism by Israel. “It’s not just a problem of the nationalist religious parties, but that has also bred this scary phenomenon of tribalism and mob mental...

...ories to the Palestinians, Israel and the Arab states would engage in trade and tourism and strive for inter-religious and intercultural reconciliation.   This author has presented the princi...

... commute into Israel. Based on that, the settlement enterprise – run by one section of the population, religious Zionist-messianic Jews – has failed: it has not actually created the approp...

21. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... commute into Israel. Based on that, the settlement enterprise – run by one section of the population, religious Zionist-messianic Jews – has failed: it has not actually created the approp...

22. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...si against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, and with King Abdullah in Jordan in order to help him block the national-religious right in Israel, which is working to change the prayer arrangements on the Temple...

23. How to respond to Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... self determination; it would also be a cause of friction between the two peoples and would continue to feed religious and national extremism in the region.    For many years Israel has ...

24. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...rriage, public transportation on Shabbat, kashrut and others? Israel's population is very complex. There are religious and secular people and different streams of Judaism. We must be very careful in d...

...s to their 1948 towns and villages, 14% believe that it should be to build a pious or moral individual and a religious society, one that applies all Islamic teachings, and 12% believe that the first a...

...ning and placement processes are jointly taking place, for men and women alike. The less welcome news is the religious trend that has taken over the IDF, which threatens to ban women from certain army...

... but did not like the right wing,” she said, referencing Deri’s rival, who split off to form the religious-nationalist Yachad party in these elections. “Yishai joined those who go up...

...riginal article in Hebrew) The Yesh Atid party is trying to organize educational meetings with Yeshiva (religious seminary) students – for the time being unsuccessfully. One group, however,...

...ture partners never come up. Politicization of the Arabs Notwithstanding their ethnic, historical, religious and cultural attachment to the Palestinian people, in the 66 years since the foun...

... Statistics reported 1,719,000 Arab citizens (including some 140,000 Druze, as well as other Arabic-speaking religious groups, who don’t necessarily identify as Palestinians or even Arabs), and ...

31. Shas and the Geneva Initiative
(News Room/News - 2015)
...estinian Authority, citing the security risks inherent in such a move. But when asked by a reporter from the religious Zionist Makor Rishon newspaper three years ago whether he would pledge to support...

...t the obsession with settling the territory of the future Palestinian state is not only held by a fanatical, religious minority, but is trickling down to ‘normal’ Israelis – it is th...

...f October was attended by 40 senior political activists from Shas including Members of Knesset, members of religious councils, council members and political advisors. The seminar, which was a part ...

34. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...sible to imagine Jews and Muslims living shared lives in the Middle East, sharing holy sites and celebrating religious holidays together? The conflicts on Temple Mount and the mutual desecration of ho...

...ited” Jerusalem is not cooperating with the security hawks. In our eternal capital the nationalist and religious tensions are deepening, and violence is increasing. The city’s poverty on b...

...le is actually for the very shape of Israeli society, its government and future. We suddenly understood that religious influences in the army, extremist Jewish terrorists in their different forms, muc...

37. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ports this solution and backs it to the hilt. And the third part of this process takes place in the Muslim religious arena – that is, interfaith dialogue with Islamic organisations that do not...

...o; he says. “But that’s running away from the truth. I’m a Zionist, the son of a family of religious Zionists; I personally observe the religious commandments; and I worry about the ...

... be reconciled. Who did what to whom, when, why. Which side has suffered more.   Who has historical/religious/security rights to which sliver of land. On that basis, nothing will ever be achi...

40. Israel’s ultra-Orthodox key to peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...rthodox are now in the opposition?   Sudri: They are the deciding voice. The voice of the halachic [religious law adjudicator] religious leadership must be heard in any peace agreements, sinc...

...tic militant organisation committed to the destruction of the Jewish State – casting the conflict in a religious light. Although Hamas is its own worst enemy, with inflammatory vitriol and milit...

42. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...lation in Gaza is thrown into the equation, Jews might even be a minority. The only way to justify an ethnic-religious nation-state that gives preferential status to the Jewish people is to ensure a s...

43. My Jewish State
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...f laws, not in the name of finicky insistence on a certain form of recognition, nor in the name of messianic religious Greater Israel nationalism.   When I spoke to him in Tel Aviv a few mont...

... know that the dangers are great and the changes of success not guaranteed, given that the conflict is deep, religious, national, about land, and much blood has been spilled which as you know, does no...

... hurl insults and stones at Jews from nearby settlements who come to pray — and lay claim to — a religious site called Joseph’s Tomb.   A September poll by the Geneva Initia...

...ortant detail uncovered by Peace Now is that, broadly speaking, non-ideological Israelis, be they secular or religious, have refused to buy into the ideological settlers’ plans.  Take, for ...

...the political world. Not many know that Glass is a unique mixture in Israeli politics: he’s a Zionist, religious, left-wing Ashkenazi (of European origin) who pulls the strings of an ultra-Ortho...

48. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...of all sectors within society. “Israelism” comprises not only the experience of the Diaspora and religious Judaism but also, and primarily, Hebrew culture − the language, art and lit...

... only the Torah world. Thus, when the apple of their eye comes under attack, they no longer feel beholden to religious Zionism.   In this atmosphere, we should not be surprised at the letter ...

50. The Two-State Imperative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
..., Messianic Jewish thinking surged. If Israel now held all Jerusalem and the West Bank, how, in the minds of religious nationalists, could this recovery of Eretz Israel — a biblical term widely ...

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