Arab Israeli Conflict
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“It would be very nice to see if he can bring his negotiating skills to the Middle East."
“I have the solution in my pocket,” said Yanay, CEO and president of Pluristem Therapeutics.
Dermer warned that world powers supporting France's initiative would "unwittingly enable" Palestinian leadership to continue avoiding genuine negotiations.
“It is customary to say that peace is made with enemies,” he said. “But peace is made with ex-enemies."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The conference will take place this year on June 16, just weeks after the swearing-in of a new government in Israel.
The former prime minister is responsible for the company's global growth strategy and the development of international business, and the company is currently examining going public on NASDAQ.
By EYTAN HALON
Some 17 requests have been made to convert office buildings into hotels since the start of the new year, which already could represent the potential for 1,384 more hotel rooms in Tel Aviv.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
The Jerusalem conference, under the heading of Science without Borders, was held at the Van Leer Institute.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Members of the digital forum include Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Uruguay, Estonia, South Korea and Israel - while Mexico and Portugal will be entering this week.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
"In the Middle East, we need leaders ready to walk the extra mile to make peace.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
It counted with an experiential walkway of augmented reality, interactive art, innovative digital displays, projection mapping, 3D effects and science fiction.
Conference comes one month after tragic Wadi Tzafit disaster.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Arabs and Jews "are not condemned to live together, but are destined to live together.”
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