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Jared Kushner may be confounded by Israeli-Palestinian history, but the events of July may have shown him this history is inescapable.
Breaking the Silence is an NGO of former IDF officers who want to show the "occupation," while Im Tirzu is a right-wing NGO who want to show Hebron as "the first capital of Israel."
“Let us set water free to give life and hope to our region,” Israeli co-director of the organization Gideon Bromberg told United Nations Security Council on Monday.
I remain convinced that Israeli-Palestinian peace is possible and that the compromises necessary to reach an agreement could be accepted by both sides – if we managed to change the climate.
By GERSHON BASKIN
The UN agency must be reformed for a better future for Israelis and Palestinians.
By GREGG ROMAN
I often tell groups of high school or university students that I speak with that every single one of us can be peacemakers. There are times when every single one of us has to become a peacemaker.
Nobody outside can force anyone in this sensitive region to be right.
By SAMUEL KRÜGER
On days when the political horizon seems far away, it is important to know and remember that on the other side there are quite a few people who aspire to create a better future and yearn for peace.
By MERAV KAHANA-DAGAN
I’m not comparing the Palestinian population to children, but certainly their leadership is selling their own version of the Santa story to them.
By ALEX BENJAMIN
A Palestinian state emerging from the present reality on the West Bank and in Gaza would be a corrupt regime that is hostile to democratic freedoms at home and unreconciled to Israel’s existence.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
While many Israelis may not love the Palestinians, a vast majority want peace with them and wish them a good life; the same cannot be said coming in the other direction.
By ALAN JOSEPH BAUER
Your freedom from Israeli occupation is my freedom as an Israeli from occupying you. I need to be free from this occupation just as you need to be free from it.
While the Six Day War may have transformed Palestinians’ geopolitical landscape, when it comes to their collective mindset there is still room for a major breakthrough.
By ZE’EV BEN-SHACHAR
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