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A “Combating BDS” bill and the Israel Anti-Boycott Act have both sat in the Senate.
This week, in speeches to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, it became clear that the plan will likely not accommodate a sovereign Palestinian state.
On Tuesday, he told an audience of women in Tel Aviv that they were an important ally in supporting the peace process.
When we hear today about Israel abandoning its democratic traditions or criticism about issues it should all be seen through the lens of Avnery’s critiques of the 1960s.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
There is nothing to gain from unveiling a plan that has no chance of being accepted or implemented except additional frustration and disappointment.
Given the lack of initiative within the current leadership, joining another proactive power such as China to the existing dynamic could deal the jolt to the system we all need.
By HILIK BAR
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
Whether they were Jewish or Arab, religious or secular, new immigrants or veterans speaking in Hebrew, Arabic, English or Russian, the message was always the same – enough bloodshed on both sides.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
This potential lies not among leaders, but rather the citizens; not in the midst of governments, but within organizations and institutes.
By NIMROD GOREN
We must face the future with confidence that this conflict can and must come to an end.
By GERSHON BASKIN
The good news is that we are freed from this no-win situation, and now new ideas can be considered that will have a far greater likelihood of producing peaceful relations.
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
The peace treaty with Jordan was reached only after Israel and the PLO signed the Oslo Accords. The Arab Peace Initiative, first published 15 years ago, emphasizes this fact in clear terms.
It is not easy to break through the oppressive glass ceiling that grows thicker with every passing year, every UN resolution and every uninformed microphone-equipped broadcaster or spokesman.
By AVI ZIMMERMAN
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