Geneva Initiative Annexes
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... as a neighborhood of the Ma’ale Amos settlement, in the Hebron Governorate. Meanwhile, we have seen additional attempts to pass legislation that would directly apply Israeli law to the territ...

2. Europe's Message for the US
(News Room/News - 2018)
...e key principles of the Geneva Accord and also reflects our strategy on how to engage with the as yet unseen American plan: we want to ensure that this plan moves us forward instead of taking us backw...

... to peace and interested in knowing and hearing the “other”.     We have seen the genuine desire and interest among young people on both sides to engage, even in the fac...

4. There is only one solution: two states
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...ing split in Palestinian leadership would depress support in the two-state solution?  We have seen in the past how in the absence of any progress or negotiations, belief in the feasibility o...

...olve it. For the Geneva Initiative delegations, it was also an opportunity to see how their conflict is seen from outside, and to reflect on lessons from other conflicts around the world.   ...

...he so-called P5+1 — the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany — is seen by many Palestinians as a good example.   “We can live with different format...

...ent Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. “Participating in elections is seen as a way to express dissatisfaction with the existing situation at both the civic and the d...

... League. Although the US has a veto on the security council, support for drafting a resolution would be seen as pressuring the US.   The fraught Palestinian deliberations – which are ta...

...   Continued Israeli settlement building on land the Palestinians want for their state is widely seen by the international community as an obstacle to achieving a peace agreement and two-state ...

...y don’t want it to be dead on arrival, they may wind up with vague principles, but as we’ve seen, even vague principles are beyond what the parties are willing to embrace.”   ...

...gth due to its responsibility for the poverty and unemployment in the Gaza Strip, the new generation is seen to be gaining influence and having the potential to influence the identity of the future go...

... Mahmoud Abbas have a long-term relationship with Russia, whose involvement in reconciliation should be seen as part of its increased presence in the region. It turns out that Russia is involved not o...

...lieve the two-state solution is still possible, while among Palestinians, only 39% think it is. We have seen in the past how in the absence of any progress or negotiations, belief in the feasibility o...

14. Working with Israeli Youth
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...nians were born into the conflict and grew up experiencing repeated rounds of violence. They have never seen real, substantive negotiations, and have no idea what a peace process looks like. That is o...

...f Israelis living 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 t...

...ng the law to be trampled and the situation to spiral downward, today’s resolution may rightly be seen as a last attempt to preserve the two-state solution and revive the path for peace,” ...

...seem to attract grumps and trolls who like being able to talk trash and remain anonymous, or at least unseen. It’s part of the game, and sort of entertaining. So last week’s negativity was...

... two-state solution can be realized.” The strongly worded State Department statement was widely seen as a warning to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government, wh...

...nd on social media. The influence of such incitement against Israel, which has increased since 2015, is seen mainly on Palestinian youth, according to the report.   It determines that Hamas a...

...anned separation barrier (Betar Ilit grew by 2,361 people that year).   A similar trend can be seen in the two secular towns of Ariel and Ma’aleh Adumim, which also lie within the propo...

...as about the daily lives of local residents. This was the first time most of the participants have ever seen the Eastern neighborhoods of Jerusalem, and were shocked to see from up close the gap betwe...

...a vision by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. You still owe him an answer. Give it to him. I've never seen Kerry's plan, but I imagine that it is not too far from what all of us know about the solut...

...ered the Israeli right, because most Israelis draw a distinction between the two. The Obama approach is seen as dismissing Israeli needs. A differentiated approach to the settlements could alter tha...

...st of the military staff discussions I attended, I was the only woman present. In fact, at first, I was seen as a token woman. And it was not an easy feeling, especially when the ideas I came up with ...

...ell regarded in traditional Sephardic circles — rather than secularist Yesh Atid head Yair Lapid, seen by Shas’s low-income base as aloof and elitist. “We want you as Bibi-Begin...

...ut a hawkish position on the Palestinians. The national interest, which he chose to neglect, would have seen him present the document as proof of the efforts he was prepared to make for compromise. He...

27. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...d not yet reached – dirty, teeming and unhygienic,” Klein writes. Its Arab inhabitants were seen as both wild and violent, and lazy and passive. This was a neat mirroring of the contradict...

...s beset by serious problems and could undermine the political situation in ways that, for now, remain unseen. Lieberman’s main argument – that his plan will enable the establishment o...

29. Europe is not hostile to Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...d its liberal values. Since that war, Israel’s image has gradually changed and the country is now seen as an aggressive regional superpower.   So long as Israel adhered to liberal value...

30. Geneva Initiative Conference: Following Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
..., and it was especially difficult during the war. My generation and even those older than us have never seen such devastation. Without ending the occupation, there will be no solution… We have ...

...   Netanyahu may lead a right-wing government, but, as Schueftan suggested, he is not actually seen by most Israelis as the ideological rightist his detractors say he is.   And there...

...nbsp; What about the Arab MKs?   “They are treated as absolute enemies, whereas we are seen as disloyal at best and at worst as traitors. The Arab MKs are torn between being part of t...

33. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...type of peace process, that contains an explicit invitation to a new kind of dialogue we’ve never seen before, for which we’ve yearned for years – the Israeli government will totally...

...irmed that most Israelis had never set foot in the territories and that many of them had never actually seen a settlement up close.   Then the three teenagers were abducted. It's hard to thin...

... An Israeli government that really wanted to advance the two-state solution would have been pleased and seen the reconciliation agreement not as a threat, but as an opportunity. After all, it was Neta...

...ns adopt this specific formula of recognition has already been proven to be an obstacle to peace. It is seen by many Palestinians as effectively requiring them to renounce their national narrative and...

...there went back eight centuries and were arguably deeper even than in the Middle East. But that was not seen as an excuse by the British Government to abandon the objective, especially in the ten year...

...ess. Observing that “one could say that in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict I have seen almost everything, and done almost everything,” Diskin suggested that he is hardly a ...

...erations against terror. One could say that in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict I have seen almost everything, and done almost everything. Moreover, if I were to be asked again to d...

...here is no understanding that there is a broad Palestinian consensus on the issue of prisoners, who are seen as freedom fighters who were ready to risk their lives for their homeland – regardles...

...nothing has come from them,” said Abu Jossif, 47, who works construction. He said he hasn’t seen the Mediterranean Sea since he was a boy. “We’re going to die waiting.” ...

42. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...tern Wall will remain in the hands of Israel, and the Initiative states that the holy sites will be overseen by an international force. The Initiative also deals with the right of return of the Palest...

...blic opinion. The reasons are both external and internal.    The Palestinian Authority is seen as weak, corrupt, and as a suppressor of the freedoms of the individual – 34 percent ...

...ment Academic Studies (COMAS) in Rishon Lezion.   Serry said that while the last few years had seen "considerable economic growth in the Palestinian territories, and relative stability, ...

45. Why Not in Vegas?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...t policies. It’s something Jews should be proud of. But had Romney gone to Ramallah he would have seen a Palestinian beehive of entrepreneurship, too, albeit small, but not bad for a people livi...

...nbsp; The argument raised new questions about the ability of Abbas and Mashaal to implement the deal, seen as their best shot yet at healing the rift following Hamas' violent takeover of Gaza in 200...

47. The Partner is the Excuse
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...a reconciliation agreement with the Palestinians is good or bad for Israel. But if we do not want to be seen as rejecting peace ourselves, we must place the reconciliation agreement within reality. In...

...d Khaled Meshal to Doha, and apparently made them an offer they couldn’t refuse. It remains to be seen if Abbas said yes as a polite guest, or if he is serious about moving forward.   T...

... European impatience with the government Benjamin Netanyahu, the hawkish Israeli prime minister, who is seen by many Western officials as an obstacle to peace because of his refusal to freeze settleme...

50. EU losing its patience with Israel
(News Room/News 2012)
...ays that are "closing the window" on a two-state solution, according to an internal EU report seen by The Independent.   The report, approved by top Brussels officials, argues that ...

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