Back Room Analysis on the Levy Report

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The Levy Report has generated an astonishing number of responses.  Having trouble keeping abreast of all the important details? APN is your one-stop resource for information and analysis.

We will update as new items become available. Check back periodically and see what's fresh!






A translation of the conclusions and recommendations of the Levy Report. [This link has been taken down]

Hagit Ofran of Israel's Peace Now movement briefed APN on the significance and potential repercussions of the Levy report.

Trudy Rubin at the Philadelphia Inquirer warns that there are two reasons why adopting the Levy report's recommendations could lead to the end of Israel as a Jewish state

An editorial at the New York Times discusses why the recommendations  "are bad law, bad policy and bad politics." 

+972mag suggests that it might actually be in the interests of peace to embrace some of the conclusions of the Levy report, and that doing so might be an opportunity.

Boaz Okon, in Yedioth Ahronoth (translated by Israel News Today),  suggests that the focus on the land is misguided, and offers an alternative view.

Peace Now's lawyer, Michael  Sfard, in Haaretz explains the so-called "legal process" that resulted in the Levy report.

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