Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...sence of a Palestinian-Israeli peace agreement sets a glass ceiling on Israeli diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states, but that ceiling may be shifting. Geneva Initiative's Israe...

2. UNGA reaffirms two-state solution
(News Room/Headlines)
  p.p1 p.p2 span.s1 What do Iran, Germany, Saudi Arabia, the UK, and Lebanon all have in common? It turns out that they all support the Geneva Initiative. Last Thursday, 156

 By Yuval Benziman   In recent weeks, Saudi officials made statements that were interpreted in Israel as a change of attitude in Saudi Arabia toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Accor

...for peace are caught up in a web of other issues consuming the region, as demonstrated in recent days by Saudi Arabia’s growing confrontation with Iranian-backed Hezbollah in Lebanon. Israel is ...

...ish referendum are the latest additions.   He was referring to the crisis between Qatar and the Saudi Arabia-led Arab quartet which cut diplomatic ties with Doha in June, and the independence...

... the sole access road to the city.   The US peace push reportedly included a visit last week to Saudi Arabia by President Trump’s son-in-law and chief Middle East adviser, Jared Kushner...

...ation after its main patron, Qatar, plunged in June into a major diplomatic dispute with key allies like Saudi Arabia.   But despite the reconciliation, the accord was met with negativity in ...

...The Islamist group is under new pressure due to t he isolation of Qatar, one of its major supporters, by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states. While it's possible that reduced electricity supplies and a...

...ure.” He also commended the importance of the holding of the Arab-Islamic-American Summit in the Saudi capital on Sunday. Abbas underlined that the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis...

...t Trump seeks to bring together Israeli, Palestinian and Arab world leaders – including those from Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states – at a summit in Washington sometime this summer. ...

...ntains cordial relations with Israel's conventional Middle East adversaries — Palestine, Iran, and Saudi Arabia.   On his part, Netanyahu, whose office has clarified that the trade inve...

...   Via Haaretz (click here for the full article)   U.S. President Donald Trump told the Saudi defense minister, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, during a meeting at the White ...

...r later after Taba, on March 27, 2002, the League of Arab States held a summit in Beirut and adopted the Saudi-led Arab Peace Initiative (text here). It offered Israel full peace, normal diplomatic re...

14. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...dan, with which Israel maintains official diplomatic relations, but also the informal relationships with Saudi Arabia and the Gulf emirates.   This shift appears to be fueled by three main fa...

...ule out the possibility that the Egyptian move to resolve the Palestinian cause was coordinated with its Saudi ally, which is eager to create a broad front to confront Iranian threats.   Conc...

...i-Palestinian peace process, Mr. Sisi could improve his — and Israel’s — standing with Saudi Arabia and other Sunni Arab states as they seek allies to contend with the regional ambit...

...ts.   Abbas, who was to fly to New York , will meet with the foreign ministers of Egypt, Jordan Saudi Arabia and perhaps other Arab countries Wednesday to discuss its move in the Security Cou...

...e threat from the Islamic State, the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria, proxy conflicts between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and Egypt’s struggles with radical Islamists, it is hard to find anyone in ...

...eport with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abbas, as well as with the leaders of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The EU sees the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002 as a valid basis for future negotia...

...n neighborhoods are not — and will not be — part of Jerusalem and [we need] to implement the Saudi Initiative to the maximum extent possible,” she said, casually dismissing the charg...

21. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...try, and even the Arab League’s headquarters were relocated from Cairo to Tunis. But then came the Saudi-led Arab Initiative, approved by all of the Arab states in March of 2002.   The ...

22. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...t expansion. The path includes coordination with the pragmatic Sunni Arab coalition of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and sees in the Arab Initiative of 2002 a basis for negotiations. It believe...

...o solve them. The security issues involve Egypt and Jordan, the issues of the holy sites involve Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Morocco and the refugee issue involves Jordan and Lebanon. Israel, for its par...

... talking about an Israeli-Palestinian tango and start dancing a group dance, a hora, with Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, pragmatic forces in the Arab and Muslim world. If the left can present this sort ...

...nt. Only a blind person could not have noticed the coalition that arose recently, of the Jordanians, the Saudis, the PA and the Egyptians. It spoke in the clearest terms about a preference for a two-s...

...he United States, the United Nations, the European Union and Russia) and key Arab states (Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and others) could structure a transitional governance arrangement over Gaza as a m...

27. Returning to Geneva
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...to regional cooperation and lead to the recognition of Israel by all the Arab states on the basis of the Saudi Initiative.   The author is an economist and peace activist   ...

28. Time for an Obama peace plan in Mideast
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... his popularity there. Meanwhile, Obama could enlist former secretary of state James Baker to help bring Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states aboard. That move would lend the initiative both a bipartisa...

...ion to bringing the State of Israel and these states closer, including, in addition to Jordan and Egypt: Saudi Arabia, some of the Gulf States and in certain situations even Turkey. However, there i...

30. Prevent the next big explosion
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... threat have the most significant interest in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the Gulf states, Turkey, and of course, the US, the EU, Russia and other countrie...

...ian army is clamping down on jihadis in Sinai and closing tunnels used for Hamas arms transfers to Gaza. Saudi Arabia, now playing an active if quiet role to stabilize Egypt, is unlikely to give much ...

...g the Bahraini, Egyptian, Jordanian and Qatari foreign ministers as well as with officials from Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, the Palestinian Authority and the Arab League, Kerry and the Arab states voiced s...

...nging dynamics in the region in the wake of the Arab spring and the ensuing battle between Sunnis led by Saudi Arabia and Turkey and Shiites led by Iran who seeks regional hegemony.   Despite...

34. Palestinian Public Opinion Poll March 2012
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...nt while 31% believe the chances to be medium or high.   - 56% support and 42% oppose the Arab (Saudi) peace initiative and 55% oppose and 43% support mutual recognition of Israel as the stat...

...– Sunni Arab countries everywhere are feeling the threat more than ever. Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, the pillar of Sunni Islam and one of the strongest countries in the region, have ...

... The Brookings Institution has surveyed opinions about land-for-peace concept in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates. In 2010, 56 percent of those polled said th...

37. Peace Now, or Never
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...nty over the city’s holy places; they would be administered jointly with the assistance of Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United States.   The Palestinian refugee problem would be address...

38. Netanyahu and the one-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...a, and Annapolis) alongside the publication of different initiatives (from the Geneva Initiative and the Saudi Plan to the Nussaiba and Ayalon Plan), all of which have clarified what it would take to ...

39. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...sted that it be governed by a kind of custodial committee, made up of five countries: Palestine, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and Israel. (Abbas was under the impression that as many as seven truste...

...ding sources. The foreign minister also slammed Human Rights Watch, which he accused of fundraising in Saudi Arabia by promising to attack Israel while not examining the state of human rights in Ara...

41. Finish Rabin’s Work
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...bility to provide security and economic development. The peace alliance put together by King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia offers Israel full political recognition and the prospect of security and economic...

...arting direct talks between the PLO and Israel by mid-November, and that it had already been conveyed to Saudi Arabia and Jordan.   Peace talks, relaunched in Washington on 2 September, reach...

43. They Need to Talk
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...n resume building there.   When the Arab League meets on Friday, Arab states — especially Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates — that have long espoused the Palestinian cause...

...roughout the region and beyond.   Some countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, are behind on their promised financial aid to the Palestinian Authority, to the d...

...ision for the area known as the Holy Basin. "Israel is one of them, the Palestinians are there, the Saudi Arabians, according to my offer, the Jordanians and the Americans. This is a trust fund o...

46. Partners Campaign Media Coverage
(News Room/News - 2010)
...an (Syria) Al-Hayat (Saudia Arabia; also being published in London) ...

... reported this week that "the United Nations has warned of a looming Palestinian cash crisis." Saudi contributions this year to the PA were "$30.6 million by August, compared to $241.1 ...

... the United States an active participant in the talks.  A durable peace deal will take even more. Saudi Arabia and other Arab states who have long called for a Palestinian homeland must join Eg...

49. NYT Editorial: New Chance for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ere. He needs to keep pressing everybody — his dinner guests and other regional leaders, including Saudi Arabia and Turkey — to stand behind peace efforts.   Pessimism about these...

50. President Abbas and Peace Talks
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...e in negotiations. Second, Mr. Abbas has the backing of the Arab League, including crucial states like Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Last month, the group formally gave him a green light — important...

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