Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ressing challenges it faces, including that of a struggling economy. In the meantime, the situation in southern Lebanon and along the Blue Line remained calm but tense. UNIFIL was able to confirm th...

2. Engaging Israeli Youth in the Peace Discourse
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...a group of young Israeli trainees at the Ha-Negev Preparatory Program, a pre-military program located in southern Israel. After a presentation on the history of peace negotiations and proposed solutio...

...srael is likewise worried about Hezbollah as well as efforts by Iran to establish a land corridor across southern Syria. If a war with Hezbollah broke out, it could scuttle any initiative with the Pal...

...ion of Palestinian towns in the face of overcrowding; the expansion of the industrial zone in Tarqumiya, south of Hebron; and 24-hour service at the heavily trafficked Allenby Crossing between the PA ...

...alestine to refer to their national territory. They saw themselves as belonging to Greater Syria, in the southern part of the region, which now includes Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan. At the first...

...ving side by side in peace and security.     The history of the Israeli withdrawals from southern Lebanon in 2000 and Gaza in 2005, with the increase in terrorism and missile threat fr...

...p; Dershowitz met the president by chance on March 18 while dining at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in southern Florida. The lawyer was there with Christopher Ruddy, the CEO of the conservative webs...

8. The Geneva Initiative's new political course in Ashkelon
(מבזקי חדשות/מבזקי חדשות)
...across the country (including in Afula, Ashdod and Ramat-Gan), the Geneva Initiative ran a course in the southern city of Ashkelon throughout February and March. Next on the agenda: a tour of east Jer...

...n a sea of violence and social polarization we will need to find inspiring joint initiatives, just as in South America we can find innovation and wealth.   A law-enforcing nation state with r...

...lities in the West Bank.   If, for example, Yehoshua were to take a drive from the Etzion Bloc (south of Jerusalem) to the southern Hebron Hills, he would discover that his car is one of the ...

...he European Union, Germany, Ireland, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Jordan, Egypt, South Africa, India, the office of the Quartet and the office of the UN Special Coordinator for...

... After concluding a great political course in Afula, the Geneva Initiative opened a new course in the southern city of Ashdod. The course ran through November, and will culminate in a workshop with...

13. Tour of Greater Jerusalem for Senior Party Activists
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...ame from across the country, with some of them traveling all the way from distant cities in Northern and Southern Israel. Others were Jerusalemites who actually reside in settlements in the greater Je...

...g to escalating Middle East conflict that has engulfed Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Turkey’s mostly Kurdish southeast and the spread of Islamic State insurgents through wide swathes of the region. &nbs...

...ipant told his Palestinian group members about his experiences during the 2014 Gaza war: residing in the southern city of Ashkelon, he spent the summer under constant rocket attacks. A Palestinian par...

... and hope to a troubled region.   In an impromptu speech at an infrastructure conference in the southern city of Assiut, Sisi said his country was willing to mediate a reconciliation between ...

17. Seminar for Young Political Activists in Yeruham
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
... In mid-April, the Geneva Initiative held a two-day seminar in the southern city of Yeruham that provided young political activists with detailed knowledge of the...

...almach pre-state underground militia, was brutally killed in the battle for the road to the Etzion Bloc, south of Jerusalem. "[Mas] did not perceive the Arabs as a collective who had murdered his...

19. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...e built: a downtown area to the east of the Old City, along Butros Street, with apartment blocks. To the south, Ajami and Jabaliya, were home to magnificent villas that overlooked the sea. But its ide...

20. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...history of its immigration policies, Labor has lost the support of Israel’s periphery, both in the South and in the North. The Israeli working class does not necessarily vote Labor. Yet, given L...

... This summer's operation left residents in the south of Israel rocket-battered and pessimistic about the future. While politicians mount their...

22. Geneva Initiative Tour for Diplomats
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...uilding in the Givat Hamatos and Gush Etzion areas. During the tour, which covered the north, center and southern approaches to the city, Col. Arieli outlined current settlement activity, Israeli gove...

23. Religion is not the root of the problem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... tradition, of Reuben (Rubin in Arabic, Reuven in Hebrew), the patriarch Jacob's oldest son - nine miles south of Jaffa. The inhabitants of the port city visited the site after the orange harvest and ...

24. Geneva Initiative Conference: Following Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...inister, and a senior Geneva Initiative member, Sigal Moran- head of the Bnei-Shimon Regional Council in southern Israel, Nadav Eyal, the Channel 10 foreign news editor and Hisham Abdel-Razek, a resid...

... of explosions from the Gaza Strip punctuate our conversation. The separation barrier to the east of the southern Hebron hills is clearly visible from the garden. To the right is the West Bank settlem...

...raeli assassination of a senior Hamas official and ended with a firefight and escalating tensions in the south. Then, as now, the attempt at Palestinian reconciliation resulted in a military clash in ...

27. A bad peace is better than a good war
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...hree yeshiva boys in the West Bank, Israel’s punishment of Hamas and the firing of missiles at the south of the country.   Since the start of the operation, Israel has been attempting t...

28. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...not categorically deny the existence of the state of Israel. And there are groups like this, such as the southern branch of the Islamic movement in Israel, the Sufis, and even elements at Al Azhar Uni...

...ers of teenagers, the Palestinian rioting in East Jerusalem and the Triangle (the Arab population center south of Haifa) and what he fears is coming down the pike.   It strikes me that he&rsq...

...visitors to the Old City.   One of the thorniest problems faced by the planners is the boundary south of the Old City, in the neighborhood of Abu Tor. This relatively well-to-do area is a uni...

...ised eruptions in Northern Ireland, or the legacy of apartheid which remains a crippling drag on the new South Africa.   But if Israel’s relentless expansion into Palestinian territorie...

32. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... he and Binyamin “Fuad” Ben-Eliezer, who was born in Iraq, were in a development town in the South campaigning for Labor before the January 2013 elections when they came across two old Mor...

...ement; surviving twenty seven years in prison on Robben Island with his dignity intact; negotiating with South Africa’s all-white government for the transition to full democracy; and being elect...

...rs’ plans.  Take, for example, the settlement of Immanuel, located deep inside the West Bank, southeast of Nablus. Immanuel was established with a plan to become an ultra-Orthodox city of t...

35. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...gning of the Oslo Accords     On September 13, 1993, the Oslo Accords were signed on the southern lawn of the White House. The extraordinary and clandestine endeavor that led to this h...

36. One-State Dream, One-State Nightmare
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... O.K., you decided we are not going to have a country at all, so we want to vote. If you say no, you are South Africa in its worst days. If you say yes, it is the end of the Jewish country, and I want...

...el Shek, former Israeli Ambassador to France, and Ilan Baruch, former Ambassador to the Philippines and South Africa. Ambassador Daniel Shek gave a lecture to the pa...

38. Naftali Bennett's Messianic Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... So the banustans, (nickname for territory set aside for black inhabitants under the apartheid regime in South Africa) which the Palestinians will enjoy proportional contiguity within, will force Isra...

39. The Missing Pillars of Defense
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...e again we are engaged in chaotic times in the region with the recent escalation of violence in Gaza and Southern Israel. As we think of both the Israeli and Palestinian lives lost and those affected ...

...s were MK Yitzhak Herzog, former PA Minister Ashraf al-Ajrami, Brig. Gen. (res.) Shlomo Brom, and former South African Ambassador Ilan Baruch. The meeting was attended by around 70 members of the Labo...

...ntry's stance on settlement products, a subject which recently became front page news due to an official South African government decision to mark all settlement products as well as local union decisi...

...very closely following the Israeli pressure against the Palestinians living in area C, especially in the south Hebron Hill.   "The idea of area C was part of the interim period. It was n...

...lation that has, and can continue to, withstand the test of time. Unlike the precipitous withdrawal from Southern Lebanon and Gaza, any agreement with the Palestinians should be made with the Palestin...

44. Why Not in Vegas?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... a real U.S. friend would promise to do. Otherwise, Israel could be doomed to become a kind of apartheid South Africa.   And here is what I also know: The three U.S. statesmen who have done t...

45. Why Jerusalem is Divisible
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...ogical evidence suggests that David’s city was a mere half a square kilometer and was located just south of what is the walled city today. David’s son Solomon would later build the First T...

...vists. Daniel Shek, former Ambassador to Paris, and Ilan Baruch, former Ambassador to the Philipines and South Africa, provided lectures on Israel's position in Europe ...

...y times are a little rocky, for years the [Egyptian peace] agreement was stable and gave us quiet in the Southern region, and it happened because a peace agreement. While Shas is identified with the r...

...he Nonaligned Movement, the Arab group, and the group of emerging powers that includes India, Brazil and South Africa.   Clearly referring to the United States, Churkin said dismissively that...

49. Palestinian Views on Hamas, September
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...estinian Authority plans to request a vote on its membership status, and while the security situation in Southern Israel destabilizes, we have translated the thoughts of two Palestinian leaders regard...

50. Bad Borders, Good Neighbors
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...t would be far more effective than deploying an international force. After all, United Nations forces in southern Lebanon have failed to prevent a colossal military build-up by Hezbollah since Israel ...

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