APN-OC: Op-eds - The Peace Process

Abbas' Generous Offer to Israel
Noam Sheizaf | +972 Magazine
May 7, 2014

"A new theory is taking shape in Israel these days: according to some heavyweight analysts and politicians, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indeed went through a “personal transformation” . . ." Read More >


Peace Now, or Never
Ehud Olmert | The New York Times
September 21, 2011

"As the United Nations General Assembly opens this year, I feel uneasy. An unnecessary diplomatic clash between Israel and the Palestinians is taking shape in New York, and it will be harmful to Israel and to the future of the Middle East. I know that things could and should have been different . . ." Read More >


There is a Partner, Just Read the Papers
J.J. Goldberg | The Jewish Daily Forward
January 27, 2011

"Well, well, well, isn't this awkward? After all that talk about Israel having "no partner" for peace, it turns out the Palestinians were ready to make a deal after all, on terms that weren't far from Israel's bottom line . . ." Read More >


A Lesson From the Rabin Assassination
Ori Nir | APN Blog
October 29, 2009

"American baby-boomers will always remember where they were when President Kennedy was assassinated. Israelis, who today are marking the 14th anniversary of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's assassination, will always remember where they were when Rabin was murdered by an Israeli religious-nationalist Jew . . ." Read More >

Bridging the Unbridgeable: The Holocaust And Al-Nakba
Dan Bar-On and Saliba Sarsar | Palestine-Israel Journal
Spring 2004

"Palestinians and Israeli Jews are deeply committed to the same tiny piece of land, from which both generate their identities and histories. The conflict has resulted in a total separation between them, and this is expressed through their respective narratives, rituals and myths . . ." Read More >


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