Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...erations disrupt the lives of civilians, increase tensions, and undermine the Palestinian public’s trust in their own security forces, as well as the morale of their personnel. Mr.  Presi...

... to the PA of some $10 million paid annually, currently distributed through the World Bank's Multi-Donor Trust Fund for the Palestinian Recovery and Development Program. The funds will instead be tran...

...s, increased police presence, and Israeli annexation and de-annexation proposals have fueled fear and mistrust in an already divided city. Without a change on the ground or the negotiating table, thes...

...d any background with the issue and the effort was greeted with scorn, but the fact that the president entrusted it to a close relative was taken as a sign of seriousness in the region.   Mr....

...operation is fundamental in reducing the increasing distance between the two sides, strengthening mutual trust, and devising policy proposals that reflect the needs of both sides. This is at once poss...

...stinian peacemaking.   “The president has established a good basis for this effort in the trust and the positive interactions that he had both with Prime Minister Netanyahu and Presiden...

...ia AlJazeera (click here for the full article) 6.4.2017 King Abdullah II of Jordan has expressed his trust in US President Donald Trump's vision of tackling challenges in the Middle East, includin...

8. GI delegation briefed about Cyprus negotiations
(Events/Joint Activities - 2017)
...tion and talks. Turns out we have a lot to learn from our Mediterranean neighbors: about moving forward, trusting the other side and addressing the most difficult questions in order to build a better ...

... The bottom line: The two-state solution remains the preferred formula among Palestinians, but a lack of trust in the Israeli side and growing frustration with the political deadlock should cause conc...

...ateral negotiations in favor of unilateral steps at UN institutions during those years was their deep distrust of Netanyahu and of the seriousness of his intentions in the peace process. Had the diplo...

11. Seminar for Municipal and Community Leaders
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
... seminar participants, a local council member from the city of Kfar Saba, says: "there is a lack of trust between the sides, and many mistakes have been made in the past, but there is a partner f...

...ould accept.   But it’s not likely to happen, in part because of the nearly bottomless mistrust that each side feels toward the other.   What’s more, mistrust has been gr...

... fundamentally incompatible with advancing a peaceful two-state solution and are greatly exacerbating mistrust between the communities," the report says. "Upholding the commitment to act eff...

...te, through policies and actions, a genuine commitment to a peaceful solution in order to rebuild mutual trust and create conditions for direct and meaningful negotiations aiming at ending the occupat...

15. Seminar for Journalists in Jericho
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...; Throughout the seminar, the participants were encouraged to reflect on the role of media in building trust and promoting a peace agreement. Participants were particularly interested in the interac...

...lling to meet Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to further this goal. "Without mutual trust between the sides there won't be negotiations and there won't be a solution," Rivlin...

...s is that the Palestinian leadership also has a preference for unilateral policies. Given the total mistrust between the two parties, one can predict that in the foreseeable future, unilateralism fr...

18. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...undamental gaps with Abbas. Meanwhile, talks with Netanyahu were empty and were defined by their deep mistrust. Abbas entered them in the hopes of winning the hearts of the American envoys who zig-zag...

...ording to some Israelis and settlers like David, the risks are real: “As if there is any reason to trust that the Palestinian state could be structured in a way that preserves democratic princip...

20. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...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 weakened and the right - which felt that its ...

...d to struggle to win quite a number of my army positions — jobs that women had never before been entrusted with. And quite often, I was the first woman assigned to that position. And I have show...

...• Total “Palestinization” of Israel’s Arab citizens, resulting in a final loss of trust in the state. The only workable diplomatic solution to the Israeli-Palestinian confl...

23. "The change will come from the young"
(Events/Joint Activities - 2014)
... and some may even have good arguments, but this is the only solution which can work. Today, there is no trust between the sides, however, before the peace treaty with Egypt and Jordan people said the...

...is what I call ‘center.’ The most important paradigm of the right is, ‘You can’t trust the Arabs.’ You may reach a good settlement with an Arab state, but it’s base...

...uo;s hard to see him being able to make some very difficult compromises.” The public that gave its trust to Lapid and Livni could have expected them to play the role of the responsible adults wh...

...ture state” plan, would be the ideal candidate to perform such a role. He is greatly respected and trusted in economic and political circles in the world, but suffers from the “a prophet i...

27. The Paradox: Taking Abu Mazen at his Word
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...hich says that that to reach a peace agreement with the Palestinians we first need to build relations of trust with them. However, it is more reasonable to assume that the two sides, who have been inv...

... against the Israeli government is presented in terms of wounds inflicted by a friend who could still be trusted: Israel is very dear to them, but the wounds are deep.   Netanyahu-Obama rift ...

... wonder why Palestinians doubt Israel’s sincerity and commitment to a peace process?   Mistrust on both sides is a huge problem that is not only born out of political rhetoric. In the y...

30. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...lectromagnetic spectrum. That’s because many Israelis understandably lack a fundamental measure of trust in the Palestinian political leadership and see the creation of a Palestinian state on th...

...pressure.   Despite majority support for a two-state solution, there remains a great deal of mistrust, mainly on the Palestinian side. According to the poll, 60% of Palestinians believe Israe...

...stantial Iranian reciprocation. However much Mr. Bennett and Prime Minister Netanyahu are right to be distrustful of the Iranian regime, even they suggest that a diplomatic solution is both a possible...

...nued for 5-7 years not only exacted a huge number of victims on both sides – it also destroyed the trust of the peoples on both the Israeli and Palestinian sides that it is possible to achieve p...

34. Prevent the next big explosion
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... in Israel does not allow for an implementation of an agreement with the Palestinians. The lack of trust between leaders will make reaching an agreement (such as former agreements) very difficul...

... people believe. Peace Now concludes, based on the data, that: “The settlements may have destroyed trust between the sides but, they have not destroyed the two-state solution.”   ...

36. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...uo; regardless of whether they supported or opposed the peace process, thereby catalyzing the growing mistrust, as well as Israel’s hard-line security policy of indiscriminately attacking both t...

37. One-State Dream, One-State Nightmare
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ut a certain refuge, as minorities, and will not again place their faith in the good will of others, nor trust in touchy-feely hope over bitter experience.   That is the ineradicable legacy o...

38. Yossi Beilin: The First Steps for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...hat the failure of efforts is likely to lead to violence. Such an outcome will only reduce both parties' trust in reaching their goals: on the Israeli side, to remain a Jewish and democratic state, an...

...enerous, confidence- building gestures by Israel. It would have to gradually establish a relationship of trust between the leaders, a relationship that just may form the basis of fruitful negotiations...

...be a lot of obstacles on the road, but I think it has been frozen for years, so there's also a lot of mistrust between the Israelis and the Palestinians.    David Zeev: Knesset member Ts...

41. Geneva Initiative: Ten Years Later
(News Room/News 2013)
...understand that as long as there is no agreement, there will not be quiet.”   I don’t trust Netanyahu  When I’m mention to the Geneva Initiative leaders that Yair Lapid...

42. Why two-states is still possible
(News Room/News 2013)
... Ehud Barak’s about the fact that ‘there is no partner.’ Those chipped away at Israeli trust dramatically. Needless to say, the Palestinians lost all trust in the Israelis too [...] ...

...at Olmert was in fact the person with whom he could close a deal—not because he did not personally trust Olmert, he saw that Olmert meant what he said—but I think he did not believe that O...

... quo that would involve phased withdrawals from the West Bank over a few years in order to foster mutual trust and normalization of relations while ensuring Israel's national security.   Set ...

45. Israel's Embattled Democracy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...et Union and a high birthrate in the ultra-Orthodox community mean that many Israelis have a cultural mistrust of the democratic values on which the state was founded. The Palestinian population is al...

46. Reimagining Jerusalem Day
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...tinian sovereignty.  The Holy Basin, including the Old City, would be governed by an multi-national trusteeship, charged with maintaining the holy sites, guaranteeing access for all religions, an...

...al - a peace agreement with the Palestinians. Last month, the Palestinian minister of the Waqf religious trust, Mahmoud Habash, made a speech that inspired hope at a public prayer session in Ramallah....

... Limited by his own right-wing coalition, by his poor relations with the Obama administration, by his distrust of Mr. Abbas and by his apprehension about the consequences for Israel of the Arab Spring...

...l be its most enlightened spokesman, and you place it in his or her hands, leaving it as a legacy and in trust, counting on that person to embody it, and thereby make it part, one day, of the letter o...

50. Adorning the 1967 Borders Anew
(News Room/News - 2011)
...rs often feel like the poor man at the door, needing charity for their communities to survive. We have a trusting relationship between us that allows us to carry a political discussion as well". ...

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