Daniel Pipes and the Israel Victory Project

The only way for the conflict to be resolved is for one side to give up.

By ALAN ROSENBAUM
March 28, 2019 14:07
3 minute read.
Daniel Pipes and the Israel Victory Project

PROF. DANIEL PIPES at the launch of the Israel Victory Caucus at the U.S Congress in 2017.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, a Philadelphia-based think tank, is considered one of the world’s foremost analysts on the Middle East and Muslim history. Since 1994, the Forum, through its various projects, has promoted American interests in the Middle East and protected Western values from Middle Eastern threats. The Israel Victory Project, which calls for a Palestinian defeat in the place of what the Forum considers failed diplomacy, is today the Forum’s most high-profile campaign.

Explains Pipes, “The reigning assumption for 30 years has been that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict can be resolved through negotiations, diplomacy mediation, compromise and painful concessions. It has not worked.” Rather, Pipes, suggests “a completely different approach, which looks at the historical record and notes that conflicts generally end when one side gives up.” A loss on the battlefield, says Pipes, does not necessarily mean defeat.

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