Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...imports and for outside travel.   But the pact was really an agreement to start talking: The more troublesome issues between Hamas and Mr. Abbas’s Fatah faction — including the me...

...s were suspended on January 27, to be reconvened after Barak was reelected 11 days later. But Barak was in trouble. He was sponsoring historic negotiations while heading a minority government. He was,...

3. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...up will still pose a very palpable threat to the Sunni states. Moreover, the coalition is currently having trouble maintaining its momentum against IS, following a string of important victories. &nb...

...alks with the Palestinians, urging its leaders not to waste an opportunity to bring security and hope to a troubled region.   In an impromptu speech at an infrastructure conference in the sou...

...ies of attackers to the Gaza Strip, as proposed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is likely to stir up trouble with human rights organizations and the Supreme Court. It is only a matter of time be...

6. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...m education in my children's schools and through volunteering and helping others. I never ignored people's troubles and always tried to volunteer and help with the tools I had. As a lawyer, I helped v...

7. Israeli Government vs. State of Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...rengthens those who oppose a Jewish and democratic state, both from the left and from the right. What troubles me more is that both the prime minister and the Likud and right-wing ministers know ...

8. Geneva Initiative Conference: Following Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
.... And I am certain that there is no way except for a political solution. Without one, we will stay in this trouble. It is not true to say that there is no partner. The Israelis and Palestinians sat do...

...ble partner in the formation of a Knesset majority.   “Labor’s only chance is to make trouble,” one influential right-wing commentator said this week. To regain power, &ldqu...

...h; to drag the state into a confrontation, you have no choice but to respond and prevent the shooting. The trouble is that this mode of stagnation and conflict management constantly ratchets up the vi...

11. Israel’s ultra-Orthodox key to peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...so met with the mayor of Belfast, former members of the Irish underground and victims of the bloody “Troubles” that tore the country apart.   The visit was organized by the United...

...rsquo;s governing parties dismiss the two-state solution and allude to annexing the West Bank, I am deeply troubled. When Diskin flags the risk of a Palestinian “Arab Spring” uprising by a...

13. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
...o-state arrangement is the only viable solution. While its absence is not the fountainhead of all regional troubles, its achievement would help secure Israeli's future as a Jewish and democratic state...

...on Mohammed, who is in his late teens.   "I really haven't invited you here to tell about my troubles, but I do want you to look at this fellow," he said. "This is my eldest so...

15. Why Not in Vegas?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...t stake out there. If you’re not going to do something constructive, stay away. They can make enough trouble for themselves on their own.   To view the full article, click here ...

...s is important to the United States. This is a ‘national interest of our country.’ He took the trouble on the first full day of his administration to appoint George Mitchell as his envoy. ...

...curity barrier should be under the PA’s jurisdiction rather than that of the municipality, which has trouble providing services and accessing those areas due to the security situation.   ...

... out and mend fences" with Turkey, Egypt and other security partners in the Middle East, saying he is troubled by the Jewish state's growing isolation in the volatile region. He also pressed Is...

...do not think that after Abu Mazen there will be another Abu Mazen. On the other hand, Abu Mazen is also in trouble, because even if tomorrow the Israeli government agreed to pay the price and signed a...

...ly," Gurvitz wrote last week, adding that the prime minister might choose a war as the way out of his troubles.   You needn't look far for precedent. There is ample evidence that Ehud Ol...

...the President needs firmly to propose the Obama blueprint. The world is waiting for reconciliation in that troubled region. Getting close just isn’t good enough. It’s time for Obama to bri...

...deville style, about what their husbands and wives would make of them, or riffed, as politicians do, about troubles with their constituents. Taken together, reading the transcripts leaves one with t...

23. Blair: Serious trouble if no talks soon
(News Room/News - 2011)
...nvoy to the Middle East Tony Blair said Tuesday on CNN that Israel and the Palestinians will be in serious trouble if they don't begin talks in the near future.   The former British prime min...

24. Which campaign to wage?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...h; must wage. When they do, and when they succeed in helping to make real a just and lasting peace in that troubled region, the BDS movement will have lost its reason to exist.   The full art...

...en to be receptive to the criticism while isolating and marginalizing the delegitimitizers.   The trouble is that this requires a subtlety of mind—Shayshon says that doesn’t readi...

...te House, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, had no trouble.  The results were good: a decision to meet again in Egypt in two weeks and ev...

27. In Jerusalem, a Barrier Comes Down
(News Room/News - 2010)
...0 The Israeli military on Sunday began dismantling a concrete barrier that protected residents of a once-troubled district on the edge of Jerusalem from Palestinian sniper fire. At the height of t...

28. Fallout from the Gaza Interdiction
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ans) and Hizballah and their backers in Iran. For Hamas, this is God sent, deflecting attention from their troubles in Gaza and from Iran and Hizballah and helping Hamas to portray Israel as the aggre...

29. Who'll want to drive on Route 443?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...Israeli vehicles that use the road go through intensive security checks. Israel also wanted to avoid the trouble of putting up a crossing point that would have been necessary at the fence at Beit Ho...

... Israelis and Palestinians. Palestinians would support them if radical left-wing agitators weren't causing trouble." Fact: Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat is pushing a major development plan for ...

..., so why keep the Arab peace proposal on the table?" If something doesn't happen until July, we're in trouble. What we're hoping for is active engagement by the Palestinians with the Americans, t...

32. With Mofaz as Beilin
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... Mahmoud Abbas is threatening to quit. The Syrian track is in a rut. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has trouble getting a meeting at the White House. The Goldstone report portrays Israel as a crimi...

...operation with the international community. It will be a symbol of peace, tolerance and prosperity in this troubled area of the world. By embodying all of these values, Palestine will be a source of p...

34. Taking the Mideast peace plunge
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...p; "Everybody" must include Egypt itself. As the most populous Arab nation, as neighbor to the troublesome Gaza Strip, as erstwhile peace partner with Israel, Egypt plays a critical role i...

35. Arabs Need to Talk to the Israelis
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... good enough job demonstrating to Israelis how our initiative can form part of a peace between equals in a troubled land holy to three great faiths. Others have been less reticent, recognizing that ou...

36. Palestinian Security Forces Return
(News Room/News - 2009)
...en Israeli forces invaded Gaza in late December 2008 in a bid to crush Hamas, there were expectations that trouble would erupt in the West Bank in sympathy for the Palestinians in Gaza. But the newbor...

...bas and Obama during Abbas's visit. Getting this right will be critical if there is to be progress in this troubled area. Mohammad Yaghi is a Lafer international fellow at The Washington Institut...

38. Arabs, Persians, Jews
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... interest that the United States attempt to bring Iran “inside the tent.” Outside it will make trouble. Moreover, the Arabs themselves have engaged. The Saudis have normal if strained di...

39. Clinton’s Mideast Pirouette
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...st Israelis never see this, unless they’re in the army. Clinton witnessed it. She was, I understand, troubled by the humiliation around her. Now, she has warned Netanyahu to get off “...

...ormer national security adviser, joined in the appeal. He said last week that the Middle East was the most troublesome area in the world and that an early start to the Palestinian peace process was &l...

...; says Anna Larin, a prominent advertising woman who immigrated to Israel 18 years ago. She, too, took the trouble to go from Netanya to Tzavta. "This high attendance is clear to me," she sa...

42. Fly, Tzipora, fly!
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...nt by all the polls, she just squeaked through. Of the 72,000 or so registered Kadima members, only 39,331 troubled themselves to go to the polls, and among these she defeated Shaul Mofaz by just 431 ...

...nancial proposal for solving the Palestinian refugee problem - an offer even Benjamin Netanyahu would have trouble refusing. Abraham, who could easily spend the rest of his days traveling around the...

...ans. Such a move will significantly strengthen the US both in the Middle East arena and with regard to the troubled relationship between the West and radical Islam. At a time when the US is at war in ...

45. Engage
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...n has settled in. However, all of the above agree that the coming elections in the US are crucial for a troubled Middle East in general and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in particular. This is e...

46. Does “Pro-Israel” Mean Anything?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...stabilization produced by the Iraq War, which has moved Iraq into Iran’s orbit, facilitating Iranian trouble-making and making it more of a threat to Israel than ever before. This is not a sta...

...ves office. However, disputes over Jewish settlement expansion on occupied West Bank land and political troubles in the Israeli and Palestinian leaderships have delayed progress. "The Israe...

48. Tough Love for Israel?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ds safe, and I’ll happily tear down the barrier. (Laura) This is the argument that I have the most trouble countering. Laura has a point: The barrier and checkpoints have reduced terrorism. Bu...

...ement expansion on occupied West Bank land, a corruption scandal involving Olmert and Abbas' own political troubles and security issues have all undercut U.S. efforts to reach a statehood deal so far....

50. Forward from Gaza: How the U.S. Can Lead
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...rsquo;ve seen time and time again that Israelis and Palestinians even if they intend to move forward, have trouble formulating agendas and getting themselves organized to talk. So there needed to be s...

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