Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...s and the status of the valleys under a negotiated peace agreement was at the center of the debate, as local residents are particularly interested in these two files.    ...

...rewing in East Jerusalem. Palestinian Jerusalemites are neither Israeli citizens nor Palestinian Authority residents. They have remained separate — in many ways, by choice, since Israel captur...

3. How They Made Abbas the Enemy of Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...nd a solution to the refugee problem based on the Arab Peace Initiative. The forum decided to meet with the presidents of each state to present its program.   We met with Abbas last week, the...

...ween the city's western and eastern parts   Almost 60 percent of East Jerusalem’s Palestinian residents believe they should participate in the city’s municipal elections, while on...

...uds, and it is populated today by some 300,000 Palestinians who make up about 40 percent of the city’s residents. These areas, which are clearly Palestinian and are being run as Palestinian...

...n hopes of transforming what it has learned into tangible steps to end a stalemate that has frustrated even presidents with more experience in the region.   The prospects for peace are caught...

...theory, the greater the cognitive divide between Gaza and Tel Aviv, the lesser the basic dependence of Gazan residents on Israel; however, reality dictates otherwise. The use of media and social netwo...

...ers attended this year’s summit, far more than at the 2016 summit in Mauritania, which many kings and presidents skipped for personal or political reasons.   Syria, which has been suspe...

...are two Republicans: Walter Jones (R-NC) and John Duncan, Jr (R-TN).   "For decades, American presidents and Israeli prime ministers of all political parties have publicly supported and ...

...and Muslims live between the [Mediterranean] sea and the Jordan border," he noted. "The non-Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria live under occupation. This is Israel's definition, not mine...

...esday, Greenblatt made a rare visit to the Jilazoun refugee camp near Ramallah, where he met with the camp's residents. He also visited the West Bank city of Bethlehem, where he met with Palestinian u...

...lestinian state, while at the same time allow an agreed upon number of Palestinians to live within Israel as residents. There would also be a division of security services, which would grant Palestini...

...wo cities, which provide a cynical solution to the ultra-Orthodox community’s housing crisis and whose residents see themselves as "settlers against their will.”   In other w...

...n Sunday signed an agreement to renew cooperation on joint water projects benefiting Israeli and Palestinian residents of the West Bank after a six year freeze in activities.   Maj. Gen. Yoav...

...iving in some of these communities, with the record held by Ma’aleh Efraim, which has seen one in four residents departing over the past five years.   Then, Yehoshua could take the car ...

16. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ed that the United States can still shape the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict before a change in presidents, but time is very short. The simple but vital step this administration must take ...

...o see how much thought had already been given to it - how to design a border that doesn't interfere with the residents' everyday life, where best to place border crossings… it's so much more fe...

...llegal buildings, left many families homeless. The Palestinians said building permits are often rejected for residents of these areas. “We support the State Department’s statement,&rdquo...

... the fact that in the Haredi town of Emanuel, which is quite far from the Green Line, there were only 27 new residents last year, although the town is slated to remain within the planned separation ba...

20. Israel's six options for peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...uo;hudna”​ (truce) with Hamas and to ease the policy of granting Israeli work permits to Palestinian residents of the occupied territories.   Dekel is not the only one claiming that t...

... told them about the demographic and political trends in the city, as well as about the daily lives of local residents. This was the first time most of the participants have ever seen the Eastern neig...

... will make it easier for you to accept Israeli citizens who may wish to stay in the West Bank as Palestinian residents, and will make it easier for Netanyahu to accept a certain number of Palestinian ...

... time.”   What prompted you to expand the term “Arab Jews,” to include all Jewish residents of the land, and not just those from the Arab countries?   “The te...

...eremony of the Oslo Accord on the White House lawn in 1993. Since then, the United States has had two other presidents, and at the end of the year, the Clinton family might return to the White House i...

...ence on Israeli population demographics. Also, under any overall agreement, more than 300,000 East Jerusalem residents will no longer be considered Israeli residents. However, political feasibility ...

... statistics which showed that before the end of the decade, the Palestinians would make up a majority of the residents between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean. If Israel were to leave the terri...

27. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ence on Israeli population demographics. Also, under any overall agreement, more than 300,000 East Jerusalem residents will no longer be considered Israeli residents. However, political feasibility ...

28. Why Jerusalem Can and Must Be Divided
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...attacks and casualties during the second intifada failed to teach the Sharon government that the Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem are an inseparable part of the national struggle to establish a...

... [click here for the original article]   Jewish settlers will be able to remain in their homes as residents of a Palestinian state, according to a new peace plan presented by a Zionist Unio...

By Ofra Edelman, Haaretz (print only) 17.07.15 via Haaretz   After long battle with Israel over water supply, builders plan to start handing out keys to apartments next week.   The

31. Seminar for Israeli parliamentary assistants
(Events/Local Activities - 2015)
... parties. The participants toured the new Palestinian city of Rawabi, which will shortly receive its first residents, giving a peek at how a successful independent Palestinian state could look if th...

32. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
... As for public transportation on Shabbat, in my opinion we have to check in each city, according to what the residents want. If there is a great social need for public transportation, it must not ente...

33. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...inued to live in Jaffa, some in Manshiyya, a mixed Jewish-Arab neighborhood along the seafront. In 1937, the residents of Kalisher Street in Tel Aviv, complained to the mayor about Manshiyya’s r...

34. PPC-GI Director General visits Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2015)
...y a day, fresh water in short supply, buildings still damaged from the recent fighting and as many as 10,000 residents still residing in United Nations-run schools. The visit was aimed at supporting a...

...goes against the desires of the people who inhabit them. How is it that Israel was able to compel the Jewish residents of Gaza – Israeli citizens – to leave their homes, but is not capable...

...e number of Palestinians is also exaggerated due to double counting, Ettinger argued. Some 300,000 Jerusalem residents are counted both as Israelis and as West Bank Palestinians; and some 105,000 Pale...

This summer's operation left residents in the south of Israel rocket-battered and pessimistic about the future. While pol

...ally a bi-national city which exists in the shadow of an ongoing conflict between its Jewish and Palestinian residents.  In reality, it is a divided city with two totally separate modes of living...

39. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...cluded Palestinian homes, into a national park, imposing considerable restrictions on the daily lives of the residents. The separation fence built by Israel during the 2000s encircles Nebi Samuel, and...

...sides of the Green Line puts most of its children, both Jewish and Arab, below the poverty line. Most of its residents are anti-Zionists.   Meanwhile, many young Israelis have stopped believi...

...ppened in Israel before the operation. Will we want the commission of inquiry to explain why the Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem rioted, indeed most Israelis are certain that there is no good ...

42. Returning to Geneva
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...t. However, while implementing its vision, the Zionist movement encountered the resistance of the local Arab residents. The Zionists, who were filled with the conviction of the justice of their cause,...

43. Geneva Initiative Seminar for Israeli Journalists
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
... light of the restrictions and challenges arising from the political situation and the occupation. The first residents are expected to move in at the end of the year. Rawabi does not necessarily refle...

44. Fence may have prevented abduction
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...elated threats and filled with weapon holders.   But the truth is that the overwhelming majority of residents, about 40,000, are haredim living in Beitar Illit. Add that to thousands of high ...

...sident won’t need to be affected by the division.   “The decisive majority of Jerusalem residents won’t feel any change in their daily lives,” Greenfield-Gilat explain...

...land of Israel is build, build, build. This land has been ours for 3,000 years. The house is ours and we are residents here not the occupiers." Can anybody wonder why Palestinians doubt Israel&rs...

...eceive complete equality including the right to vote like the Arab citizens of Israel? - Will they only be residents with some rights, but not the right to vote? - What are the expected implicatio...

48. Saving Kerry's Peace Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ian Authority leader, Mahmoud Abbas, could clarify that allowing Palestinians to live in Israel as permanent residents doesn’t in any way equate them with the Israeli settlers; it’s a way ...

... established with a plan to become an ultra-Orthodox city of tens of thousands. Pre-Oslo, Immanuel had 3,240 residents; today its population has declined to 3,013. Apparently the truism, “if you...

... this is taken as a symbolic gesture toward Mahmoud Abbas) is not stopping; the number of settlers or “residents” in the West Bank, outside the main settlement blocs, is growing (if it has...

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