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1. There is a partner
(News Room/News - 2018)
...ame opinion poll reveals that half of Palestinians still believe in a two-state solution. How do we make sense of this? With no formal peace process in place and marginal efforts to bring both side...

...s capital of Israel, called on those involved in the process to speak and act "wisely", with a sense of responsibility. "I want to reassure President Abbas of the firm commitment o...

...p; Instead, the emotional energy has been concentrated almost exclusively on a single side – the sense of outrage among Palestinians and the wider Muslim community that Trump had sought to giv...

...nd is now “taken seriously” in the region. The decision to present a concrete plan makes sense if ground is prepared in advance. “If you simply resume negotiations and nothing ac...

... and detailed framework for the conduct of negotiations, but to give room for both narratives and a self-sense of fairness and integrity in the agreement. This mixture can ensure the parties' commitme...

... barely a month, his decision not to veto was a last-minute symbolic statement of that displeasure and a sense of exasperation that the time has come for two states to be carved out of the contested l...

...and current resident of Gaza Hisham abed al Razak; and toured the greater Jerusalem area to get a better sense of realities on the ground and how might a peace agreement look like. Next on the agenda:...

... know what I’m talking about. These four were typical, if somewhat mild:   “What nonsense. Palestinians are totally opposed to any solution which allows Israel to continue.”...

9. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...gainst IS, following a string of important victories.   The third factor stems from the general sense that the U.S. has abandoned its allies in their time of need, intending to scale back its...

10. Palestinian Local Political Course in Tubas
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...them for the upcoming joint meeting with their Israelis counterparts. Through this course, participants' sense of ownership over the political process was strengthening, and they were empowered to par...

...s official Facebook page read. “The current government in Israel is a government of war in every sense of the word and not a government of peace,” the statement ended. The Palestinian ...

...ity in the West Bank.   "We are very concerned about trends on the ground and we do have a sense of urgency about the two-state solution. We will consider all of our options for advancin...

...ring a period of uncertain succession. Any new effort must start with defusing tension and restoring a sense of possibility. Given Palestinian paralysis, the most direct way to begin changing the cl...

...the backing of the international community. In the Ramallah government offices, one can detect today a sense of despair. Practically no one within the leadership really believes that, especially dur...

...istian,” use “Jew”: Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions? Fed with the same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject t...

...rzog has been doing over the past week is precisely a “Beilinesque” move — in the good sense of the word, trying to forge an avenue to bypass the diplomatic vacuum. He does not make ...

17. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...e created the Palestinian people living beside us, and they are not going anywhere. … It makes no sense for us to settle in places with a dense Palestinian population. … We must grant th...

...nd enemy lines to thwart the Iranian nuclear program. Netanyahu, like a typical politician (in the worst sense of the word) has chosen to duke it out with Naftali Bennett for another Knesset seat or t...

... party head Avigdor Liberman is making efforts to position his party to the left of Likud and create the sense that he will not rule out joining a group of center-left parties seeking to prevent Netan...

20. Women Bringing Peace
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...icipated in our joint Israeli-Palestinian activities, share a desire to promote peace and feel an urgent sense of the need to prevent the next war. During the seminar participants learned about Geneva...

...practice, his intentions aren’t serious – it’s make-believe negotiations. I definitely sensed that Abu Mazen was in despair over Netanyahu. ‘You don’t want it, the Jews d...

22. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... the winds of war, with the sad songs on the radio, the endless news broadcasts and the genuine or false sense of unity – in the same way, we will return to our routine relatively quickly. Withi...

23. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... weakens Israel’s wherewithal by encouraging it to be seduced by false visions.   In this sense, the Israeli right has won. The right, which adheres to this worldview – certainly ...

...bull; All these things lead toward a problem that is more severe and dangerous than anything, namely the sense that’s spreading among the Palestinian masses — a sense that “there is ...

...he wagon out of the deep quicksand it was stuck in. But the reality here hit us hard. Neither side had a sense of urgency. Kerry was the only one who felt a sense of urgency, and that was not enough.&...

...deepening and entrenching occupation and settlement.       And there is an increasing sense that Israel is pushing Gaza into Egypt’s hands, making it easier to digest the West...

...is release from Robben Island. Democracy hadn’t yet come to South Africa, but there was a palpable sense in the crowd that – with Mandela now free – its arrival was inevitable. His u...

...s who grew up under the Israeli occupation are embittered, enraged, frustrated and in particular, feel a sense of hopelessness, and they are seeking a target for the coming eruption – and it is ...

29. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...li official apparatuses were not directed to adjust the new approach toward the Palestinians in any real sense, and therefore the various relevant actors within the Israel Defense Forces, police and g...

30. One-State Dream, One-State Nightmare
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...uo; good will. It sought, rather, to usher Jews to the full realization of their nationhood and so, in a sense, normalize them — make them patriotic about something that was their own.   ...

31. The Scourge of Mideast Skepticism
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...t are understandably frustrated that it continues to fester despite their hard work.   It makes sense and perhaps even minimizes some of the risks of failure for the expectations of success t...

...e frustration of a nation or of any public entity.   Among the Palestinians, there is a growing sense of anger and frustration.   The fading hopes for a real change in the situation ...

33. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...presentation and the consequent discussion that took place with those present, my observation was that a sense of urgency and willingness to seriously take this to the next level was clearly the under...

 By Ilana Curiel, Ynet News  30.06.2013 via Ynet News [click here for original article]     "Progress that should not be underestimated" was achieved during US

35. Encountering Peace: Making Decisions
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...I have even counted 61 Jewish votes in the Knesset for an agreement. It takes vision, courage and a sense of rising to the historical moment which faces them to exploit the opportunity that Kerry...

...residents of Gaza who believe in coexistence.”   Is the timing of the event linked to the sense that there’s an effort to blur, or even to wipe out, the formula of two states for ...

37. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...n achieve peace. "For people like me, with the belief in the possibility of co-existence, it gave a sense of optimism," says Inbar. "The world leader spoke clearly. He gave leadership o...

...you discuss this issue at all?   “It came up in a lot of discussions, but I never had the sense that Bibi truly intended to do it. It’s kalam fadi (empty words—DM). He pai...

...stinians to change the dynamics in their favor has deepened the Israelis' complacency while removing any sense of urgency to solve the conflict, as they remain intoxicated by their military prowess an...

40. Why I'm Still a Two Stater
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...g at each other’s throats.   I can’t provide links for this—it’s my gut sense, based in years of exposure to the story—but I just cannot believe that Palestinian...

41. Why Jerusalem is Divisible
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...not remain. It is beyond debate that the Old City and its immediate environs are Jerusalem in the purest sense. Any final agreement will therefore require painful and creative compromises. We will nev...

...he Geneva Initiative   [Excerpts]   So much depends on context. If there were a real sense that peace was at hand, it seems, the Israeli public would be prepared for very far-reach...

43. Amos Oz: Two-States is the only Solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...on, Oz didn’t pull any punches. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a tragedy “in the purest sense,” because it’s a clash between “right and right,” between one ver...

...rab Spring, Mr. Netanyahu shows no inclination to take risks for peace. In the short term, that may make sense; in the longer run, Israelis, like Palestinians, stand to lose.   Chief negot...

45. A Blessed Initiative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...of people, on both sides, who have already devoted years to bringing it closer to us, awoke in me a deep sense of appreciation and a bit of a desire to shed my shoes in humility.   Beyond thi...

...ebble has not been fiercely negotiated. In other terms, bring the idea down to earth and, in a long term sense, convert an increasing number of men and women of good will.   And then there is...

...cking, and that is a continuation of the status quo, the same existence.   Beilin: Yes. In this sense, September did not change anything. It is not as though there was faith and it was lost a...

48. The German Who Needed a Fig Leaf
(News Room/News - 2011)
...er. But it is impossible to see Israel in isolation from the conflict with the Palestinians, and in this sense Germany also has a responsibility toward the Palestinians. And support for Israel sometim...

49. Spring, the Tents, and the Occupation
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ere is another way: exercise brutal force and be repudiated by the community of nations.   This sense of power that has suddenly emerged in the Arab capitals and emerged anew in Israel is cat...

50. Something Bad Happened in Jerusalem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...nbsp;that the fundamental decision has already been made and strip the international community of a sense of urgency in dealing with the conflict. Israel is not interested in a decision that coul...

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