Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...l’Yisrael I will be more likely to vote for the party 49.2% ...

... and Eti Livni, took part in various panels at the J Street Annual Conference, including one that was devoted exclusively to the Geneva Initiative’s peacebuilding efforts in the past 15 years. L...

... and Eti Livni, took part in various panels at the J Street Annual Conference, including one that was devoted exclusively to the Geneva Initiative’s peacebuilding efforts in the past 15 years. L...

...rty leader, East Jerusalem activist Ramadan Dabash, said in an interview that “people are ripe to vote. Some people object, saying this is Israelization and normalization, but I tell them this i...

5. How They Made Abbas the Enemy of Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...mmunity of Palestinians with Israeli citizenship wouldn’t say in public, for fear of losing a few votes from the clan in the local elections. But Abbas says them in front of a crowd, naturally a...

...ty, which he plans to call “Jerusalem for Jerusalemites.” “I think people are ripe to vote. Some people object, saying this is Israelization and normalization, but I tell them this i...

...w peace plan even though chances for agreement appear dim.   In December, the General Assembly voted 128-9, with 35 abstentions, to reject the US decision to recognize Jerusalem. That vote in...

...ea’s Palestinian inhabitants permanent residency rather than citizenship, so they are entitled to vote in municipal elections but not national ones. Nevertheless, Palestinians have consistently ...

9. Jerusalem: facts vs. fiction
(Polls/Israeli Polls)
...ticians in Israel like to talk about the “eternal, undivided capital”. But what about their voters? Well, close to two thirds say they agree that Jerusalem is already divided into two citi...

...Via Mitvim (click here for the full article)   In December 2017, while the UN General Assembly voted against the American decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, and w...

... a time of heightened tension resulting from Trump’s proclamation regarding Jerusalem, and the UN vote slamming the decision that followed.   “At a time when the sides are not sit...

...ould not meet Pence, the Palestinian foreign minister Riyad al-Maliki said Palestinians would also seek votes on resolutions at the UN security council and Arab League. Although the US has a veto on t...

...ssible with land swaps   WASHINGTON — Marking the 70th anniversary of the United Nations vote to partition the British Mandate of Palestine into two states — one Jewish, one Arab ...

...n his qualified decision to adopt the two-state solution was never brought to any of his Cabinets for a vote, let alone to his party’s institutions. If Netanyahu isn’t the prime minister...

15. Geneva Initiative seminar for Parliamentary Advisors
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...r our work at the Knesset".        The first day of the seminar was devoted to informing the participants about the conflict with the Palestinians and deepening their...

...bsp; The so-called "Regularization Law" passed the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in a 60-52 vote.   Many of the housing units are located in outposts, the term for small, unsancti...

...sible. Beyond influencing the Israeli public, these campaigns exposed the deep chasm among Israelis who vote for centrist and left-wing parties (the remains of the 90s peace camp).   It is cl...

...ts for the two-state solution and the future of Gaza under a peace agreement. Special attention was devoted to exploring factors that hinder Palestinian youth participation in the political process ...

...s national radio service ("Kol Israel") 61% of Israelis – including 93% of Zionist Camp voters and 49% of Likud voters - would like to see the establishment of a Palestinian state with...

...raelis and Palestinians.” What changed in 2016, leading to America’s abstaining in the vote on UNSCR 2334 last Friday? First, America’s past experience. In 2011 (as in 2016...

...solution demanding that Israel cease Jewish settlement activity on Palestinian territory in a unanimous vote that passed when the United States abstained rather than using its veto as it has reliably ...

...ey public figures, should communicate to their domestic audiences. Another portion of the seminar was devoted to the issue of the international arena. In this context, the participants reflected on th...

... of a Palestinian state, 32% say that the U.S. should abstain from voting, 31% say that the U.S. should vote against endorsing the establishment of a Palestinian state, and 34% believe the U.S. should...

24. America Must Recognize Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
... territories, but are not citizens of Israel. Most live largely under Israeli military rule, and do not vote in Israel’s national elections.   Meanwhile, about 600,000 Israeli settlers ...

...ternational forums in order to bring justice to our people, as well conducting internal preparations to vote, upon a new political program for Al Fatah and a new Executive Committee for the PLO, befor...

...omatic but nonetheless clear language, she assailed the motives of the states that proposed, pushed and voted for the resolution.   “To deny, conceal or erase any of the Jewish, Christi...

... discussing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's apology for his Election Day statement that “Arab voters are coming in droves to the ballot boxes." By the link to the article, Sullivan wrot...

...rusalem, led by architect Yehuda Greenfield-Gilat       Other sessions were devoted to the role of the media in mitigating conflict and building peace, challenges faced by yo...

...on seeking his own mandate by callilng new elections and winning the job in his own right. He faced the voters the following May and lost to Benjamin Netanyahu, who rejected the idea of negotiating a ...

...emain a Jewish and Democratic state. Either Palestinians are given equal rights, including the right to vote, which means that Israel ceases to be Jewish; or they are deprived of these rights, which m...

...in the city of Bat-Yam, said that after years of focusing primarily on social and economic issues, Shas voters and activists are beginning to understand how crucial and urgent a dialogue with the Pale...

...th German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Abbas intimated that the Palestinian Authority might not push for a vote in the Security Council. He said the Palestinian leadership was continuing its consultati...

...on core issues. Nonetheless, there is still some good news, Blatianski said: 50% of ultra-Orthodox Shas voters support a peace blueprint similar to the one proposed by the Geneva Initiative and have s...

34. Geneva Initiative Opinion Poll – March 2016
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...think that the ongoing stagnation in the peace process is bad for Israel – including 48% of Likud voters, 63% of Shas voters and 85% of Kulanu voters.   ...

...ousness, it was inconceivable that the previous situation would suddenly end.”   Klein devotes an entire chapter to dramatic encounters between Palestinian refugees who visited their ho...

...cter as the standard-bearer of a diplomatic compromise, she had hoped to garner support from right-wing voters who were not die-hard.   Acting much like Yesh Atid's Chairman Yair Lapid, she, ...

...nst the 44 MKs that reject division (Likud, Habayit Hayehudi and Yisrael Beiteinu), and 23 “swing votes” (Kulanu, Shas and United Torah Judaism), there are 53 supporters (Zionist Union, Me...

38. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...nst the 44 MKs that reject division (Likud, Habayit Hayehudi and Yisrael Beiteinu), and 23 “swing votes” (Kulanu, Shas and United Torah Judaism), there are 53 supporters (Zionist Union, Me...

39. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...appoint a successor, and while he does appoint governments, there is not parliament to either back them vote them out of office, as Arafat experienced in 2002.   Lacking a legislative branch,...

... policy.   While Bar made plain that Jews who don’t reside in Israel will not be able to vote, “it won’t kill us” to take their concerns into consideration, he said. ...

41. Post Election Briefing for Foreign Diplomats
(Events/Local Activities - 2015)
...curity issues, and was the only one to do so. At the end of the day, Israelis speak about economics but vote on security. He added that a majority of the members of the current Knesset support the two...

...i and Haniyeh, the former would receive 58% and the latter would receive 38% of the participants’ votes. Three months ago, Barghouti received 52% and Haniyeh 43%. If presidential elections...

... candidates for the Knesset, citing religious considerations. Deri and Yishai are battling for the votes of Israel’s Sephardic population, with Yishai aligning himself with rightists such a...

...tration official Dennis Ross was designed to weaken the prime minister’s support among right-wing voters. Despite Netanyahu’s claims, however, this leak was not the work of Arnon Mozes, Ye...

...t will leave some of its citizens outside the new lines, denying them the possibility to live, work and vote within the boundaries of a country in which they hold citizenship. Can a state volunta...

46. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...l’s periphery, both in the South and in the North. The Israeli working class does not necessarily vote Labor. Yet, given Labor’s relations with the trade unions and its support for minorit...

...e original article)   I believe that the Palestinian decision to put its draft resolution to a vote in the UN Security Council in the last week of December, instead of waiting for a few days ...

...e process since elections were announced. However, internal and external factors such as violence, Arab voters turning out to vote, and the UN Security Resolutions may force the issue to the forefront...

... and we cannot choose to avoid them simply out of fear that some will not like the answers. The Israeli voter does not need to know every party's position on the issue of cloning, despite its importan...

...mps with diametrically opposing world views regarding the future of the State of Israel.   The voter can choose between the two different world views: On the one hand the supposedly ‘na...

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