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" Psalm 122:6 --- The reasons for this struggle over Jerusalem have been thoroughly explained in the novel. The book leaves nothing out concerning Israel''s past, present & future.

Author: Bruce Davidson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1530104742

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www.IsraeliPeaceNovel.com --- The Pathway to Israeli Peace is an engaging story of international intrigue with a dash of romance and spiritual awakening. "The weapons of war must be abolished before they abolish us." John F. Kennedy --- "I think that a strong Israel is the only Israel that will bring the Arabs to the Peace Table." Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu --- "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: All that love her shall prosper." Psalm 122:6 --- Bruce Davidson's novel, The Pathway to Israeli Peace, is the result of a recent pilgrimage to his homeland, Israel. He felt every step of this journey and was inspired to transcribe his feelings in this new work of fiction. The Pathway to Israeli Peace is a coming-of-age tale, interspersed with the Hebrew Bible, focusing on two protagonists who are madly in love. It also touches on technology and how it is changing everyone's lives today. There is so much division in the world today that the novel is intended to metaphorically give readers an idea of how life would be if we all live in harmony. When we are all united, we all live in peace. This book was carefully planned and written to embrace everyone. Is the Pathway to Israeli Peace completely metaphorical or absolute reality? Your own personal perspective of Bruce Davidson's novel could change your life and the world!!! Will Camelot be restored, or remain lost forever?
2016-03-19 By Bruce Davidson

In this account, the author pieces together the details of a process that has so often been shrouded in secrecy.

Author: Joel Peters

Publisher: Brookings Inst Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105017605101

Category: History

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In this account, the author pieces together the details of a process that has so often been shrouded in secrecy. The multilateral talks involve some 40 countries meeting regularly to address the long-term issues that affect the Middle East, including arms control and economic development. The author discusses the nature of the process so far, how the talks have broken barriers between Israel and the Arab world, and makes a number of suggestions for strengthening the talks framework.
1996 By Joel Peters

An in-depth study of the effects of Israels internal struggles on the Arab-Israeli peace process, this book examines how Israels leaders and citizens have reacted to the various proposals in the postCamp David era, from the 1982 Reagan plan ...

Author: Ziva Flamhaft

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429968112

Category: Political Science

Page: 272

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An in-depth study of the effects of Israels internal struggles on the Arab-Israeli peace process, this book examines how Israels leaders and citizens have reacted to the various proposals in the postCamp David era, from the 1982 Reagan plan to the signing of the Declaration of Principles in 1993. The author examines the dramatic consequences of the peace process, including the ultimate fall of the NUG in 1990, and shows how the end of the Cold War and the Gulf War encouraged negotiations. }An in-depth study of the effects of Israels internal struggles on the Arab-Israeli peace process, this book examines how Israels leaders and citizens have reacted to the various proposals in the postCamp David era, including the 1982 Reagan plan, the 1988 Shultz initiative, and the 1989 Mubarak and Baker plans. Ziva Flamhaft also analyzes reactions to the signing of the Declaration of Principles in 1993. Focusing on the domestic political scene, she exposes the efforts of the Israeli political right to undermine the peace process and illuminates the dramatic consequences of that processthe reaction of Prime Minister Begin to the Reagan plan, the near collapse of the National Unity Government (NUG) in 1987-88, and the ultimate fall of the NUG in 1990 as a result of the Baker plan.Flamhaft then looks at how the end of the Cold War and the Gulf War helped to encourage negotiations and evaluates why the Likud Party was replaced by Labor in 1992. Finally, Flamhaft demonstrates the futility of third-party mediation when negotiations are rejected domestically and discusses the essential conditions required for effective mediation. }
2018-10-08 By Ziva Flamhaft

This book is the antidote to the fatalism and pessimism; and above all it shows that with will and courage, a solution could be found. These are serious practical essays in policy making. You can agree or disagree with all that is written.

Author: Daniel C. Kurtzer

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9781137304803

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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Upheavals in the Middle East are challenging long held assumptions about politics and governance. The United States faces a moment of truth when half-measures, short-sighted expedients, and delays can no longer sustain an untenable status quo. This is as true in the Arab-Israeli peace process as it is in the politics of the Arab uprisings. This volume of essays argues that it is time for the United States to make a serious effort to advance Palestinian-Israeli peace. The issues in dispute are well-known, thoroughly debated, and resolvable. Intense, smart, determined, creative, and sustained American leadership can help regional leaders bridge their differences. "Now, nearly two decades after Rabin and Arafat shook hands on the White House lawn, Pathways to Peace offers a forward-looking assessment of the relationship between Israel, Palestine, and the United States. Through its diverse perspectives, this volume reminds us that cooperation must be rooted in shared responsibilities and shared benefits, and that the peace of the brave is still within reach." - President Bill Clinton "This is absolutely the right time for a book of essays that reinforce the urgent necessity of lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians. This book is the antidote to the fatalism and pessimism; and above all it shows that with will and courage, a solution could be found. These are serious practical essays in policy making. You can agree or disagree with all that is written. But the essential urgency of the case is undeniable and brilliantly set out here. " - Tony Blair "Pathways to Peace is an extraordinary expression of wisdom on the urgent need for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Europeans, as well as Israelis, Palestinians and Americans, would be well-advised to act on the smart policy recommendations in this book. Imagine the impact on a rapidly changing Middle East of Israeli-Palestinian peace!" - Javier Solana, President of the ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics
2012-11-13 By Daniel C. Kurtzer

Heart-breaking, hopeful and horrifying, I Shall Not Hate is a Palestinian doctor's inspiring account of his extraordinary life, growing up in poverty but determined to treat his patients in Gaza and Israel regardless of their ethnic origin.

Author: Izzeldin Abuelaish

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781408815625

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

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Heart-breaking, hopeful and horrifying, I Shall Not Hate is a Palestinian doctor's inspiring account of his extraordinary life, growing up in poverty but determined to treat his patients in Gaza and Israel regardless of their ethnic origin. A London University- and Harvard-trained Palestinian doctor who was born and raised in the Jabalia refugee camp in the Gaza Strip and 'who has devoted his life to medicine and reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians' (New York Times), Abuelaish is an infertility specialist who lives in Gaza but works in Israel. On the strip of land he calls home (where 1.5 million Gazan refugees are crammed into a few square miles) the Gaza doctor has been crossing the lines in the sand that divide Israelis and Palestinians for most of his life - as a physician who treats patients on both sides of the line, as a humanitarian who sees the need for improved health and education for women as the way forward in the Middle East. And, most recently, as the father whose three daughters were killed by Israeli shells on 16 January 2009, during Israel's incursion into the Gaza Strip. It was his response to this tragedy that made news and won him humanitarian awards around the world. Instead of seeking revenge or sinking into hatred, Izzeldin Abuelaish called for the people in the region to start talking to each other. His deepest hope is that his daughters will be 'the last sacrifice on the road to peace between Palestinians and Israelis'.
2011-02-07 By Izzeldin Abuelaish

Author: Moonis Ahmar

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105070816157

Category: Arab-Israeli conflict

Page: 63

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1996 By Moonis Ahmar

This book explores the personal, domestic, regional, and international factors that led Israel's Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and other top aides to negotiate the peace accords.

Author: David Makovsky

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429978722

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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After decades of being seen by Israel as a terrorist and arch-enemy, Yasser Arafat became a partner in the peace-making progress. In one of the most extraordinary examples of secret diplomacy this century, Israel's Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and other senior aides privately negotiated an end to years of hostility between Arabs and Israelis. Exploring the personal, domestic, regional and international factors leading to the peace accords, this book charts key episodes such as Israel's deportation of radical Islamic activists in December 1992, and its retaliation against Hizbollah rocket attacks from south Lebanon in July 1993. Interview with Israeli, Palestinian, American and Egyptian officials are used to build up a detailed picture of the Israeli-PLO bargaining process, culminating in the historic breakthrough in Oslo.
2018-02-19 By David Makovsky

The Israeli-Palestinian Road Map For Peace: A Critical Analysis examines the failure of the international community's most ambitious effort to date to resolve the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict by establishing an independent ...

Author: Derick L. Hulme

Publisher: University Press of Amer

ISBN: UOM:39015079208123

Category: History

Page: 240

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The Israeli-Palestinian Road Map For Peace: A Critical Analysis examines the failure of the international community's most ambitious effort to date to resolve the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict by establishing an independent Palestinian state and securing a final, comprehensive, and lasting Middle East peace. While reflecting an emerging consensus among the U.S., the European Union, Russia, and the United Nations that the Israeli-Palestinian impasse demanded immediate attention, the Road Map nonetheless was unable to overcome the "Quartet" members' significant and longstanding differences. The inability of Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and the U.S. to exploit opportunities afforded by terrorism's "pendular dynamic" further compromised prospects for success. The Road Map's failure highlights the need for policymakers to develop those conceptual skills and perceptual sensitivities requisite for resolving the growing number of ostensibly intractable transnational conflicts confronting the international community in the 21st century.
2009 By Derick L. Hulme

This text aims to fill a gap in the field of middle eastern political studies by combining international relations theory with concrete case studies.

Author: Neill Lochery

Publisher: ISBS

ISBN: 0863722482

Category: Political Science

Page: 344

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This text aims to fill a gap in the field of middle eastern political studies by combining international relations theory with concrete case studies. It should be of benefit to students of middle eastern politics, international relations and comparative politics.
1999 By Neill Lochery

Furthermore this book offers some recommendations on how we can solve this conflict, gives the light on all events and tries to answer all questions in a fair and balanced way.

Author: Gabriel G. Tabarani

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1467879045

Category: History

Page: 452

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In the coming five to ten years, the highest number of key global security challenges is likely to be concentrated in the Middle East, or be related to it. And the traditional most significant challenge in the Middle East is the Arab-Israeli conflict and its core, the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians. It is a center of gravity around which the region has revolved, and remains of vast political and symbolic significance. Both in its own right and due to its (positive or negative) signaling effects, reinvigoration of the peace process is a key challenge for regional and international policy-makers in the coming years. So, what is the origin of this Israeli-Palestinian old conflict? Why did we reach this point in that region? Who to blame? How we can find a just solution? What will be the consequences if the conflict is not resolved? Can a viable state be made in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip? Gabriel Tabarani, who is a specialist on Middle East affairs, will try to find the answers in this book where he takes us back to that region through its history and facts, analyzes some turning points in it, which affected that region, discovers the causes and the important aspects of the conflict and the obstacles to peace. He presents all current events details and information from both sides of this conflict. Furthermore this book offers some recommendations on how we can solve this conflict, gives the light on all events and tries to answer all questions in a fair and balanced way.
2008-03-25 By Gabriel G. Tabarani

The Palestinian and Israeli contributors to this book, recognizing the great potential of civil society and NGOs for the peacebuilding process, focus on realistic opportunities for conflict transformation.

Author: Edy Kaufman

Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015066791552

Category: History

Page: 323

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In the midst of the continuing violence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, there are many who remain committed to moving forward on the road to peace. The Palestinian and Israeli contributors to this book, recognizing the great potential of civil society and NGOs for the peacebuilding process, focus on realistic opportunities for conflict transformation. Drawing from the experiences of the post-Oslo period - seeking to learn from the mistakes that have been made - the authors concentrate on possibilities for just solutions that will enable both peoples to live in peace, safety, and prosperity.
2006 By Edy Kaufman

The author shows that after the Independence War, the Arabs countries were willing to negotiate with Israel and how close they came to success, and how their failure laid the grounds for the current impasse.

Author: Ettinger Chair in Contemporary History of the Middle East Director the Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies Itamar Rabinovich

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UOM:39015022018918

Category: History

Page: 259

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The author shows that after the Independence War, the Arabs countries were willing to negotiate with Israel and how close they came to success, and how their failure laid the grounds for the current impasse.

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ISBN: OCLC:76337901

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A 30-year veteran Israeli journalist provides an insider's account of the Arab-Israeli peace process, culled from the most recent, in-depth information available.

Author: Samuel Segev

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 0312155069

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 420

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A prominent Israeli journalist explores the Middle East peace process, from its humble beginnings in Morocco in the early 1970s to the martyrdom of Yitzhak Rabin in the mid-1990s
1998-04-15 By Samuel Segev

Collection of papers and keynote presentations that were delivered at a conference called "Pathways to Peace," which was held in March of 2008.

Author: Moises F. Salinas

Publisher: Cambria Press

ISBN: 9781604976540

Category: History

Page: 335

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Collection of papers and keynote presentations that were delivered at a conference called "Pathways to Peace," which was held in March of 2008.

An incisive portrait of Israeli statesman Shimon Peres offers a close-up look at his life and career, from his involvement in the beginnings of the Jewish state, through his diverse roles in Israel's history, to the present

Author: Matti Golan

Publisher: Grand Central Pub

ISBN: 044651425X

Category: History

Page: 357

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An incisive portrait of Israeli statesman Shimon Peres offers a close-up look at his life and career, from his involvement in the beginnings of the Jewish state, through his diverse roles in Israel's history, to the present
1989 By Matti Golan

Raphael Israeli deconstructs the immense illusion of the Oslo peace accords, which initiated the so-called -peace process.- He shows how Oslo lured a naive Israeli leadership into a trap.

Author: Raphael Israeli

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351477826

Category: Political Science

Page: 228

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The idea of peace is always enchanting, for it encompasses the tranquility and serenity for which every human yearns. The nation of Israel has never known peace, but it dreams of peace. In practice Israel navigates between the poles of war and peace, with endless middle-of the-road situations like cease-fire, truce, armistice, and other temporary cessations of hostilities. The Oslo Idea traces the roots of the current campaign to delegitimize Israel. The campaign is not linked to Israeli resistance, to the absence of an acceptable settlement between Israel and the Palestinians, or to Israel's reluctance to abandon territory. It results from a change of tactics by the Palestinian leadership. Israeli argues that these tactics have been used to exhaust, reduce, and replace Israel rather than produce a compromise. Half the Palestinian people and other uncompromising Arabs and Muslims have stated that goal openly and act to achieve it. Raphael Israeli deconstructs the immense illusion of the Oslo peace accords, which initiated the so-called -peace process.- He shows how Oslo lured a naive Israeli leadership into a trap. He shows how outside factors, bent on finding and supporting an evasive peace, have helped perpetuate the fiasco Oslo represents. He shows how Oslo's supporters have advanced the -peace process- by coaxing and threatening Israel behind the scenes, and binding Israel alone with the Oslo commitments and their derivatives. More importantly, the author outlines and analyzes the basic and seemingly unbridgeable points of contention that remain: security, refugees, settlements, water, borders, and the status of Jerusalem itself.
2017-07-05 By Raphael Israeli

Author: Farah Naaz

Publisher:

ISBN: 8186019308

Category: Arab-Israeli conflict

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2000 By Farah Naaz

What went wrong with peace?This work analyzes Israeli leader Ariel Sharon's statements and past record as a military and government leader with regards to the Peace Process.

Author: Dennis Deeb II

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780595297702

Category: History

Page: 131

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In this fast-paced, well-researched work, author Dennis "D.J." Deeb objectively traces the rise and fall of the Oslo Peace Accords between the Israelis and the Palestinians. What went wrong with peace?This work analyzes Israeli leader Ariel Sharon's statements and past record as a military and government leader with regards to the Peace Process. Deeb also discusses the corruption within the Palestinian Authority that has hindered the peace process, including the mismanagement of Palestinian Authority President Yasir Arafat. The author examines and supports what has become known as "The Mitchell Report," released in the spring 2001, in offering a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians. He also considers and evaluates the recent Road Map To Peace proposal offered by President George W. Bush in the spring of 2003. Since 1993, both Israeli and Palestinian leaders have failed to implement and have violated provisions of the Oslo Accords. As the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, who gave his life in the name of peace, and to whom this writing is dedicated, articulated so clearly during the signing of the Oslo Accords, "enough blood and tears."Finally, Deeb argues that the intent behind the Oslo Accords encompass the link between the end of war and the era of peace, that the Israelis and Palestinians should both return to the table for negotiations based upon the recommendations of "The Mitchell Report" and the Quartet Road Map To Peace to negotiate a final and lasting settlement rooted in the Oslo Peace Accords.
2003-09-01 By Dennis Deeb II

The question in the aftermath of the Arab Spring is not whether we would be better off if Israeli-Palestinian peace could be achieved. We would be. But is such a peace still possible, or has it been made even more unlikely because of ...

Author: Daniel C. Kurtzer

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781137511317

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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The recent upheavals in the Middle East are challenging long-held assumptions about the dynamics between the United States, the Arab world, and Israel. In Pathways to Peace, today's leading experts explain these changes in the region and their positive implications for the prospect of a sustained peace between Israel and the Arab World. These distinguished politicians, diplomats, and specialists - including former Secretary of State James A. Baker III; President Clinton's National Security Adviser, Samuel Berger; and American, Israeli, Palestinian, and Jordanian peace negotiators - offer uniquely informed views on how to advance the peace process. They cover topics as diverse as governance, security, internal public relations, and strategy and tactics. Moreover, they argue that the time for Israeli-Palestinian peace is ripe, and that peace can become a reality with the strong, determined leadership of the United States. Timely and passionate, this is an original and urgent call to resolve the conflict.
2012-11-13 By Daniel C. Kurtzer

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