Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...quo;is teetering on the brink of a humanitarian disaster” and warned that another war in the Hamas-ruled territory is “a real possibility — and the consequences would be catastrophic...

...d by the common law». A young national movement has never undertaken a similar size commitment. It ruled that the right to self-determination of the Jewish people in their homeland would be reso...

...ash; no one is listening.”   The Labor Party’s precursors, Mapai and the Alignment, ruled Israel for its first 29 years, never once losing an election. It was only in 1977, when M...

4. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...l its rabbis, all its settlers, all its messiahs.   And maybe, just maybe, the despair that has ruled us in recent years is also partly the despair of the doomed, who understand by now that t...

...ng to divide Jerusalem and give back the Temple Mount." To the surprise of those present, the rabbi ruled that "for the sake of peace, one may return the Temple Mount." I am telling you...

...s has no solution to the serious rift that has been created between his Fatah-led West Bank and the Hamasruled Gaza Strip; the fact that it is impossible to solve this conflict without Hamas; and &nda...

...A regional political earthquake is taking place around us.   Egypt has changed. Today, Egypt is ruled by Islamists, who act very responsibly, who play by the rules. It is an Islamic country w...

...cupied territory and all Israeli construction there as a violation of international law. The world court ruled this way in 2004. The Fourth Geneva Convention bars occupying powers from settling their ...

...e in Area C. In a case brought against Israeli ownership of the rock quarries, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled late last month that no additional quarries should be Israeli-owned. That ruling creates ...

10. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...   In Israel, by contrast, there is fear. Whatever their doubts about how Egypt and Jordan were ruled, most Israelis counted on the Mubarak and Hashemite regimes, if not as true allies then a...

By Haaretz 22.1.2011 via Haaretz (click for original) Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas ruled out a unilateral declaration of a Palestinian state, saying that there was no possibility of having

...lishment of an independent Palestine alongside Israel.   Mr. Abbas said that his leadership had ruled out violence and was committed to resolving the conflict through peace talks.   ...

...wed favorably by two-thirds in the poll. (Their scores were similar in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, ruled by the Islamist Hamas movement since a 2007 coup.) The poll also found that Abbas’ ...

...lestinians. While the mood in the focus groups did not favor a return to the intifada, it is clearly not ruled out. Support for two-state solution is highly qualified: While 60 percent support f...

15. US would take 100 000 refugees - Olmert
(News Room/News - 2010)
...07 until they collapsed when Israel began its devastating military 22-day offensive against the Islamist-ruled Gaza Strip just over a year later.   "If we had reached an agreement, it wo...

16. Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...pporters in dread of an attack like that. The Gaza Strip—the dark side of the moon, sealed off and ruled by Hamas—has been largely quiescent since the thunderous military operation Israel ...

17. Obama to host Israeli PM
(News Room/News - 2010)
...ze direct negotiations in December 2008 when Israel launched a deadly 22-day offensive against the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip to halt rocket attacks.   Also on the agenda will be Iran's nuclear a...

...; Direct peace talks halted in December 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. &n...

19. The fixation of power
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...Route 443 - it is ignoring the values of the world to which it wants to belong.   This world is ruled today by a kind of multinational corporation interested in human, civil rights and commun...

20. Fallout from the Gaza Interdiction
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... a top-level meeting shortly where the issue is sure to come up. Even sanctions against Israel cannot be ruled out. Taking military action against a civilian convoy -- regardless of justification -- c...

21. Who'll want to drive on Route 443?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
.... Two of these roads pass underneath Route 443 and another runs east of Givat Ze'ev. The Supreme Court ruled that in principle it was not possible to repudiate the road's original purpose, as affirm...

22. Signs of life in the peace process
(News Room/News - 2010)
...slight movement on the other block to a serious revival of the peace process: the division between Hamas-ruled Gaza and the Fatah-ruled West Bank. The first meetings between officials took place last ...

23. September 2009 Poll Conducted by IPI
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...ng, while his likely challenger, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, languishes at 32%. (Haniyeh and Hamas have ruled the Gaza Strip, the small territory between Israel and Egypt, since seizing it in a brief...

...nd culture that emulates the models of the Arab political systems that have become blatant dictatorships ruled by a big daddy, an inspiring overlord to whom the public sings praises of genius? There...

25. Netanyahu Feels the Heat
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...manded virtually consensual support among American Jews. But for the past 42 of its 61 years, Israel has ruled over Palestinians who are citizens neither of Israel nor of a Palestinian state. They are...

26. Rahm Emanuel's Mideast Mission
(News Room/News - 2009)
...iscussing sensitive issues said a halt to enrichment is preferred, but other possibilities have not been ruled out. Any deal is still far off and would require a huge shift in relations between Iran...

27. Israel's Fears, Amalek's Arsenal
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...refore possible to interpret his fixation on Iran — he told me in a recent conversation that it is ruled by a “messianic apocalyptic cult” — as a way of avoiding the mare&rsquo...

...rs generated an increasingly crystallizing reality of two hostile entities. The Gaza Strip is completely ruled by Hamas while the West Bank is ruled partially by the PLO. The Palestinian leadership's ...

...ary 18 truce, declared unilaterally by both sides, after Israel's 22-day military offensive in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip in which about 1,300 Palestinians were killed. Fourteen Israelis have died sin...

...ed control of the Gaza Strip from Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in 2007. Israel has ruled out Palestinian statehood with the territory under Hamas. During the Gaza offensive, Is...

31. What happened to us?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...e emphasized, while we kill unintentionally. This is the difference between murder and manslaughter, she ruled. Yet as an attorney and not just a politician, she certainly knows that manslaughter offe...

32. Can Israel Survive Its Assault on Gaza?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...tuation, where the meager land set aside for a future state is chopped into two, Gaza and the West Bank, ruled by rivals. A new Administration in Washington has a chance to be both supportive of Isr...

...ishment of a national consensus government" that would lift the international blockade of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip and prepare for presidential and parliamentary polls. The plan also calls fo...

34. A last chance for peace in Israel?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...world as a fragmented minority, but – all added together – as a majority in Israel/Palestine ruled over by a racially-defined minority. It would look even more like South Africa Redux. Isr...

35. Palestinians reject partial peace accord
(News Room/News - 2008)
...t a Sunday summit, a Palestinian negotiator said, insisting on an all-or-nothing approach that virtually ruled out an accord by a January target date. The latest meeting between Abbas and Israeli Pr...

...ir access roads - a proposal nicknamed "balloons and strings." All these Palestinian proposals ruled out allowing Israel to retain the settlement blocs. Since then, however, the separation...

...ernational law. Israel rejected the ruling at The Hague, but last September, the High Court of Justice ruled that the route in the Bil'in area was illegal and ordered the state to devise, within a r...

...ed Rabbo last week floated the possibility of unilaterally declaring Palestinian independence, but Abbas ruled out this option and insisted on reaching a negotiated political settlement and commitment...

39. Israel, Palestinians Seek Elusive Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
... years to help rebuild the Palestinian economy and security forces. There are no clear plans for Hamas-ruled Gaza, which is internationally boycotted and can expect to remain almost completely isola...

40. Idea Raised Of Two Capitals In Jerusalems
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...ader Yasser Arafat and then-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak envisioned sharing of Jerusalem. Clinton ruled out requiring Israel to take in most Palestinians or their families who claimed to have b...

41. Peres hails new opportunity to make peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...r provide food to their children. If they continue to shoot missiles we shall reply, obviously." He ruled out peace talks with the Islamist group. "If you say 'participation of Hamas' there ...

...allah, The Financial Times, 17.08.07 Salam Fayyad, the Palestinian Authority prime minister, on Thursday ruled out the idea of provisional statehood, saying that Israel and the Palestinians should mov...

43. Dishonesty hurts us
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
... see homes built 150 meters (roughly 500 feet) away from the security fence," Chief Justice Beinish ruled. "It was not made clear to us how this conforms to the security doctrine that calls ...

44. Applying lessons from Northern Ireland
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
By Carlo Strenger, Ha'aretz, 01.07.07 TEL AVIV - Two dogmas have ruled Israeli policies for decades: "Always deal with only one Arab nation, avoid meeting together with all of them," and &qu

...rvey respondents responded that there is a Palestinian partner for peace with Israel, as opposed 25% who ruled out the existence of a Palestinian partner for peace. In the same context, 74% of Pa...

...ublicly then undermined the Arab initiative of 2002 in the same year by reoccupying the Palestinian self-ruled areas and Washington the next year steered the Quartet of the U.S., UN, EU and Russia to ...

... that it is a reality, U.S. officials have suggested contacts with certain Palestinian ministers -- once ruled out -- might be permitted in the interests of peace. But Rice must tread carefully to avo...

...etermination for Israel since the 1947 U.N. partition resolution, but not for Palestine. What if Women Ruled? Lilly Rivlin, president of Meretz USA, moderated a Sept. 21 conversation in New York ...

49. It was us who 'told you so'
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...al's calls, Supreme Court rulings, and government decisions – those mark Israel's suicide as state ruled by law and order.   No, the settlers did not stop terrorism with their bodies. T...

50. Unethical, impractical and immoral
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
...y. Like all nations, we have a tendency to particularly remember the short moments, like when King David ruled over wide swaths of land. But this has no relevance to the 21st century. We would have ...

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