Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...jority, if not a minority, jeopardizing the unique Jewish character of the city and Israel itself. More than terrorism or even Iran, Israeli security experts warn that demographics may pose the greate...

...o be trustworthy partners in any kind of peace discussion, they have to show that they’re not inciting terrorism,” said Representative Doug Lamborn, a Republican from Colorado sponsoring t...

...nstruction, humanitarian aid and local economic and social development, instead of only focusing on the anti-terrorism campaigns and democratization process like the Western countries do, he said. &...

...top-level security cabinet said the government would not hold peace talks with the PA unless Hamas renounced terrorism and recognized the Jewish state.   White House Mideast peace envoy Green...

...not the Arab world, was primarily at fault for the conflict. They have been used as a pretext for committing terrorism against Israeli civilians and ostracizing of Israel in international bodies. Left...

...stinian economy — which is having a very rough time — and building on our very positive counterterrorism efforts,” he added. Trump also condemned the recent terrorist attack in ...

... Bank settlements. The report said the White House will demand that Abbas also intensify efforts to combat terrorism, carry out reforms in the Palestinian security services, stop making payments to ...

...stinian security officials and noted that the American assistance is designed to help the Palestinians fight terrorism and to provide security to both Palestinians and Israelis. On Tuesday, Greenbla...

...undermine the driving force of terror and extremism, and we are a part of the international system combating terrorism." Abbas also used his speech to reiterate his opposition to Trump's campai...

...ut the conflict, including though issues like the different narratives and histories, religion, violence and terrorism – was not always easy", said one Israeli participant after the seminar...

...n. The wording of the 2016 resolution, which as opposed to the one tabled in 2011, relates to violence, terrorism and incitement as additional risks to the internationally- desired two-state solu...

...the way ahead” for Israel and the Palestinians.   “That future is now in jeopardy, with terrorism, violence and incitement continuing and unprecedented steps to expand settlements...

...ce" with Israel to embrace additional Arab states, security cooperation between the two sides to combat terrorism in the Sinai Peninsula, a meeting between Sisi and a delegation of Jewish America...

...n root.   The report calls on the Palestinian Authority to stop incitement, step up efforts to stop terrorism and condemn attacks against Israelis. It calls on Israel to stop settlement const...

...mocracy Institute, shows that a sizable majority of the Jewish public rejects the distinction between global terrorism, nurtured by radical Islam, and Palestinian terrorism, nurtured by the desire to ...

...cision to transfer NIS 500 million ($127 million) to the PA. He claims the authority uses this money to fund terrorism, to pay stipends to the families of assailants killed in clashes with Israeli sec...

... Israel and its right to self-determination. Negotiations could then begin on cooperation in the war against terrorism. In the next stage, the Israeli government would pass an evacuation/compensation ...

18. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ays count on his word. He was one of the architects of the Oslo Accords, and openly opposed the violence and terrorism of the Second Intifada, which to his mind was catastrophic for the Palestinians. ...

... homes, strengthens Israel’s position in the world, and gives Israel a boost in its unflinching war on terrorism.”   The right wing in Israel wants to continue to “manage&rd...

20. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...owever Israel, led by Ariel Sharon, was not willing to acknowledge the importance of the moment. Palestinian terrorism was at its height, mutual trust had reached a record low, the left wing was weake...

... Oron:  No connection has been proven between the pitch of one’s voice and success in combating terrorism. On the contrary. Take, for example, a world-class leader like [German Chancellor...

22. "Negotiate before it's too late"
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...re the only way to avoid the Third Intifada So many explanations have been advanced for the rising wave of terrorism striking Jerusalem: Mahmoud Abbas’s incitement, the “inspiration&rdqu...

... “Throughout his entire time in prison, Barghouti has backed Abbas’ moves, including forsaking terrorism as a strategic instrument. Israel is counting on a scenario in which there will n...

...try to the other to chastise the entire world, saying that the whole world is hypocritical and that there is terrorism,” she castigated Netanyahu. “The question is how to create the hope t...

25. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... banner of the resistance” – Hamas. All of this is to say that without a comprehensive solution, terrorism will continue, as will our struggle against it.   A real, comprehensive ...

26. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
.... Of being able to raise children without abject fear, without the humiliation of occupation or the dread of terrorism. The basic human desires for family and livelihood and study. The fabric of life....

...ring the Second Intifada, Abbas, with unprecedented courage, preached against violent resistance and acts of terrorism. It is largely due to his efforts that, since he took over as leader of the Pales...

...ved as the PA’s Minister for Prisoner Affairs and who served 21 years in an Israeli jail on charges of terrorism. Abdel Razek said, "I believe that in the end we will find the solution, w...

...nian president who embraced the two-state solution, rejected violence, and was actively cooperating to fight terrorism. This left Netanyahu scrambling for a pretext to argue that Israel had no Palesti...

...tematic repression of Palestinians that seems to have become the unofficial norm and which feeds the fire of terrorism. A good starting point could be to ensure that criminal investigations against Is...

31. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... interpreted by Palestinians and the Lebanese as a sign of Israeli weakness and testimony to the efficacy of terrorism. The rise of Hamas in the 2006 Palestinian elections is widely believed to be a d...

...ke someone just deciding to take a construction tool in hand and kill a Jew. It is not organized Palestinian terrorism like it was ten years ago.”   Israeli security officials, includin...

...ration which the countries have in various spheres, most notably scientific research, security, and counter- terrorism.   In speaking of his hopes of reviving the long suspended peace process...

34. The Missing Pillars of Defense
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...uo; legitimacy would crumble. Israel has hoped for years for a Palestinian leadership that would oppose terrorism, ensure security, concentrate on building future state institutions, and recogniz...

35. Myths & Facts about the Peace Process
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...o were once living there. In the West Bank, there is an authority focused on preventing violence and terrorism, which also includes successful cooperation with the Israeli security establi...

...lestinians live in relative economic stability, since it means they are less likely to resort to anti-Israel terrorism than those in distress, who have little to lose by attacking Israeli targets. &...

... expansion, settler extremism, violence that in certain instances cannot be described other than as outright terrorism.” Mr Fayyad said that attacks on Palestinians and their property, farmland ...

...agreement that fails to address not only Iran's nuclear program but issues like democracy, human rights, and terrorism.   Like the Israeli-Palestinian issue, the biggest obstacle to reaching ...

39. The Partner is the Excuse
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...wn serious political plan that will challenge the direction of the unity leadership. If it chooses to pursue terrorism, then it will not be legitimate or relevant as a negotiation partner. But if the...

40. Hamas is changing
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...urity experts agree that the Palestinian Authority is Israel’s most vital partner in the fight against terrorism in the West Bank. When assessing Israel-Hamas relations, one should keep in mind ...

...Israel comprehensive peace with normalization, or that an armed Palestinian military force would be fighting terrorism in the West Bank alongside the IDF, I would have told him that he was high on gar...

42. Peace Now, or Never
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ilitarized and it would not form military alliances with other nations. Both states would cooperate to fight terrorism and violence.   These parameters were never formally rejected by Mr. Abb...

43. There is a Palestinian partner
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...rity situation of late.   Mahmoud Abbas, the president, and Salam Fayyad, the prime minister, fight terrorism. They do not make do with condemnation, but also take action to foil terror. At M...

...d also by deeds. Can it facilitate peace? Will it sustain the existing excellent Palestinian-Israeli counter-terrorism co-ordination in the West Bank? Can Hamas ultimately pass the test of democracy i...

...h to reach a peace accord with Israel, even if some of the conditions are unacceptable to him. Abbas rejects terrorism, has close security coordination with the Israel Defense Forces and the Shin Bet ...

...Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to the desire of then-U.S. President George Bush to allow Hamas, which supports terrorism, to participate in the Palestinian Legislative Council elections, in contrast to ...

...ples put forward by the Quartet - recognizing Israel, acceptance of previous agreements, and denunciation of terrorism - then there is nothing preventing a return to negotiations and we cannot be the ...

48. Good News From the Middle East (Really)
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...es the effectiveness of the Palestinian security forces, could allow these forces to develop advanced counterterrorism capacities, which they do not now possess. This would carry some obvious risks, b...

...lsified grounds, distorted truths and double standards vis-à-vis Israel, thus encouraging anti-Israel terrorism. Pursuing Israeli settlement relocation, within a final territorial agreement, sh...

... order to resume stalled peace talks. "There are two options: negotiations and peace, or violence and terrorism," Abbas told a news conference after his talks with Medvedev in the West Ban...

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