Victory begins at home

The Israel Victory Project’s new approach to the decades-old Israel Palestinian conflict has garnered support both in Israel and the US.

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June 20, 2018 17:45
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CONGRESSMAN BILL JOHNSON, one of the co- chairs of the Congressional Israel Victory Caucus

CONGRESSMAN BILL JOHNSON, one of the co- chairs of the Congressional Israel Victory Caucus, signs the joint declaration with Knesset Israel Victory Caucus co-chairs MKs Oded Forer and Avraham Neguise, and Prof. Daniel Pipes (in the background), at a joint meeting of the CIVC and the KIVC in Con. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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As rumors swirl around a new peace plan being cooked up by the Trump administration, the Israel Victory Project has quietly, yet forcefully presented a plan of its own to end the conflict.

A new approach developed by the Middle East Forum, a pro-Israel conservative think tank, posits that victory begins at home. Specifcally, its initiative, called the Israel Victory Project, argues that the peace process born in Oslo 25 years ago has failed dismally and peace can only be achieved once the Palestinians finally understand that their 100-year war against the right of the Jewish people to self-determination and sovereignty is over and they have lost.

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