Geneva Initiative Annexes
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... fire. The launching of incendiary devices into Israel also resumed after a lull of several weeks; and two rockets were launched by militants towards Israel. I reiterate my call on Israel to use let...

...parate work forces in Gaza, and what is to become of the estimated 25,000 Hamas fighters, their arsenal of rockets and network of tunnels — were left for later.   For the Trump administ...

...electricity supplies and aid from Qatar could induce Hamas to spend money on health and welfare instead of rockets, it could also provoke war, says Yaakov Amidror, a former Israeli general and nationa...

... level of satisfaction with the outcome of the war drops considerably. Despite this, support for launching rockets against Israel if the siege and blockade over Gaza do not end remains very high. Simi...

5. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...lution. We must understand and internalise that the true infrastructure of Hamas is not the terror and the rockets. It is not even the educational and charitable associations or particular members of ...

...2000 pullout from Lebanon, but mostly because of the 2005 Gaza disengagement, following which thousands of rockets were fired at Israel from what has become a Hamas-run enclave. But the ex-ambassador&...

7. The Speech that Wasn't
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ns, and teaches them about the differences between war and a terrorist attack and about different kinds of rockets, amongst other issues. It encourages them to hear war stories from their parents and...

8. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
...Gulf. The major challenges in the Middle East today are failed or failing states armed with thousands of rockets and missiles, the presence of global terror groups such as al Qaeda, and, of course, ...

...ecome the second Gaza" says campaign advisors, and warned that in the absence of a peace process, the rockets from Gaza will look like promo to the circle of violence that will erupt.   ...

10. The Missing Pillars of Defense
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...peace.   To imagine a peace process now for Israelis is a difficult idea under the bombardment of rockets.  Many will argue that this isn’t the time or there is no partner, but the...

11. The Partner is the Excuse
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... go together." On the one hand, Israelis have experienced from Hamas a not so distant past of terror, rockets and incitement. On the other hand, with the Shalit deal, a relative quiet in the Gaza...

12. Hamas is changing
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... Egypt, three countries that are likely to pressure it to fall into line. Moreover, Hamas has not launched rockets into Israel for months; on the contrary, it has exerted all its might to prevent smal...

13. Bad Borders, Good Neighbors
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... threat has.   Today, there is a new menace that we did not face in 1967. Short- and medium-range rockets, mortars and missiles supplied by Iran are making the lives of Israeli civilians a ni...

...gun [army]" - this could ruin the main mantra of the Israeli right: "We left Gaza and got Qassam rockets in return."   The right, knowing that internal Palestinian reconciliati...

15. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... need a Palestinian army,” he said emphatically. “We don’t want an air force or tanks or rockets.” He insisted that the whole matter had been worked out with Gen. James Jones, ...

16. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...Since 2006, however, Iran and Syria have provided Hizbullah with an arsenal of perhaps 50,000 missiles and rockets, many with ranges and payloads well beyond what Hizbullah had last time. This marks a...

...ing coexistence, not naming streets after some martyrs, and putting pressure on Hamas to end the firing of rockets from Gaza. Supportive of current negotiations: Support current negotiations and...

18. Another Unilateral Disaster?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...victory. In December 2008, Israel initiated an incursion into the Gaza Strip in response to the barrage of rockets that Hamas and its allies launched into the Jewish State. To this day, this unilatera...

19. Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...d to pay in Tel Aviv, 18 miles (28 km) to the north. And sell they do, hand over fist—never mind the rockets that fly out of Gaza, 14 miles (22.5 km) to the south. “Even when the Qasams fe...

20. Why Israel keeps moving to the right
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...el to complete the Iron Dome anti-missile defence system developed to provide an answer to the short-range rockets used by Hezbollah and Hamas.   Barack Obama has also changed course in that ...

.... Netanyahu also told Gates that any peace settlement must include safeguards to prevent the transfer of rockets and other weapons into a future Palestinian state. Click here for full article ...

... of attempts at peace where, even when concessions were made, a deal could not be consummated. They see rockets fired from Gaza or from areas in Lebanon, and say to themselves that the hatreds or ...

...ember 2008 after Israel launched a wide-scale offensive in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip to stop "firing rockets and topple Hamas reign" in the enclave.   Click here for full article i...

24. War, Timeout, War, Time...
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ocally the beaches and restaurants of Tel Aviv have never been more crowded — as suicide-bombing and rockets from Gaza and Lebanon seem like a distant memory.   In noting this contrast,...

...t to exist.   Israel has a responsibility to its citizens to stop the delivery of all weapons and rockets to Hamas. But the near-total blockade of Gaza — mattresses, many foods and even...

26. Saving Israel from Itself
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ockade has failed to topple Hamas, failed to recover the captured soldier Gilad Shalit, and failed to keep rockets out of Gaza.   When you visit Gaza, you see that the siege has accomplished ...

27. Calls for Palestinian capital mean little
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...sue is rocket fire," Brom continued. "However, that concern doesn't apply to Jerusalem alone, as rockets fired from up to 15 kilometers [east of the city] could hit west Jerusalem. These are...

28. Fear scale
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...Central to the agreement would be security arrangements and disarmament aimed at blocking the smuggling of rockets and missiles into the West Bank. This is the main problem, from the prime minister's ...

...ress this problem? Israel’s security concerns about the Gaza Strip are legitimate. You cannot have rockets attacking Israeli population centers. Yet its current policy approach to Gaza is coun...

...nians have more children than Israelis can have, adding that it is only a matter of time until Palestinian rockets have navigational systems, and they will be able to kill more people. Therefore, it i...

...d up to 400 wheeled armoured vehicles; otherwise no armoured vehicles, including tanks, will be permitted. Rockets, guided missiles, anti-aircraft weapons, artillery, mortars, mines and machine guns a...

... that in the event of a West Bank withdrawal, Palestinian militants would overrun the territory and launch rockets at Israel. Gaza was seized by Hamas in 2007, two years after Israel's withdrawal from...

33. Taking the Mideast peace plunge
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... so far yielded no concrete results. Egypt has also promised to end weapons smuggling into Gaza, including rockets, but arms still flow. Neither has Cairo been able to negotiate the release of an Isra...

...itarization of peace”. I see it as a serious effort of both sides to prevent the launching of Kassam rockets on Kfar Saba. This, in short, should be the main goal of the security annex. Be it ...

35. Obama’s Emerging Middle East Map
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... Times by its Israeli correspondent Ethan Bronner. In one, he reported that Hamas had suspended its use of rockets and was now putting the emphasis on ‘cultural resistance’, rather than &l...

36. Free Marriage Counseling
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ew from South Lebanon and Gaza. Its leaving was messy, but it got out. And the first thing it got back was rockets. Israelis are like most people; they listen through their stomachs. That is, connect ...

37. Get Stuck In, Mr President
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ael’s government to lift its siege of Gaza, now that Hamas has, at least temporarily, stopped firing rockets at Israel. In return the leaders of the Arab world, including Syria (which he is righ...

38. Israel-Palestinian Calm Could Ease Talks
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ilitants' violent takeover of Gaza two years ago. But even on that front, there is some improvement. The rockets that Gaza militants had been firing into southern Israel for the past eight years hav...

39. Everything Is Ready; Just Sign
(News Room/News - 2009)
... On the other hand, the document contains precise details of what the Palestinians may not possess: tanks, rockets, guided missiles, anti-aircraft or anti-ship weapons, artillery of any kind, mortar s...

... be demilitarized and will, among others, not be allowed to have fighter jets, helicopter gunships, tanks, rockets, anti-aircraft or anti-ship weapons, artillery, mortar shells, mines and machine guns...

...alestinian Authority even as Hamas retains control of Gaza, with an armed wing that has fired thousands of rockets into Israeli territory in recent years and fought a punishing three-week war with the...

42. Israel's Fears, Amalek's Arsenal
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...d of Israel simply by possessing such weaponry. “Iran’s militant proxies would be able to fire rockets and engage in other terror activities while enjoying a nuclear umbrella,” he sa...

...ountries to “drop bargains” in this respect. He criticized the firing of “primitive rockets” by Hamas on Israel, saying “these fireworks” give the Jewish state...

...: How do you get Israelis, who have now been traumatized by a wave of suicide terrorism by incoming Qassam rockets from an area that Israel left unilaterally, to leave the West Bank unilaterally putti...

...as been Israel's insistence that certain materials be barred from entry because they could be used to make rockets, fortifications and explosives. These include certain types of steel piping and chemi...

46. George Mitchell's Pointless Trip
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...raeli military action because I could never figure out how it might succeed. And it did not succeed. Gazan rockets are once again falling on Israel. But if Arabs and Europeans and United Nations offic...

47. Abdullah II: The 5-State Solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...tion today to assume control of the West Bank, Hamas is incapable of managing Gaza and the introduction of rockets provided by Iran to Hamas has created a situation whereby Israel won’t turn ove...

48. This Is Not a Test
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ave steadily worked to make it impossible. If Hamas continues to obtain and use longer- and longer-range rockets, there is no way any Israeli government can or will tolerate independent Palestinian ...

49. Let Hamas lose
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...her it could gain a political victory with the following principles: an absolute commitment to stop firing rockets and carrying out other violent attacks inside Israel, the establishment of a narrow s...

...gn of how fragile the immediate situation was, Palestinian militants continued to hit southern Israel with rockets Sunday. The three weeks of fighting killed more than 1,250 Palestinians, more than ...

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