Tag Archive for Arab-Israel conflict solution

Arabs Would Benefit Greatly from Normalization with Israel

‘Israel is stronger and more stable than the Arab states on almost every front. If Arab states followed the Jewish state’s example, then we, too, would become prosperous like America and Europe.’

– Arabs Have Everything to Gain from Normalization with Israel By


As an Arab activist and writer, I call on the Arab world to normalize relations with Israel, a move that would be almost entirely to our benefit alone. Israel would gain very little from this in practical terms, while Arabs stand to gain tremendously.

The State of Israel is stronger and more stable than the Arab states on almost all fronts. Continue Reading »

WSJ: Palestinian diplomacy based on denying reality isn’t helpful

In the Israel-Palestinian conflict, Trump gives reality a chance by his refusal to indulge the Palestinians’ fantasies of destroying Israel.

By Reuel Marc Gerecht


A lot of people are in a funk over President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The liberal media, most former government officials who’ve dealt with the Israeli–Palestinian imbroglio, and just about everyone at the United Nations appear certain that the decision had a lot to do with Mr. Trump’s disruptive nature, the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, Evangelical Christians and pro-Israel Republican donors.

President Trump obviously incredulous of Abbas and his promises. Abbas, satisfied with himself, ecstatic to pose with Trump in a photo.

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Netanyahu: Believing Balfour Declaration was a crime is root of Israeli-Arab conflict

Addressing the Knesset on the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, Prime Minister Netanyahu said, “When the leaders of the Palestinian leadership define the Balfour Declaration as a ‘crime’, when they call on the British gov’t to apologize for it, they are not going forward, they are going back, a hundred years back… And that is the root of the conflict.”

By Moran Azulay


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the Knesset plenum on Tuesday, to mark the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, which recognized the Jewish people’s right to a “national home” in the Land of Israel. “When the leaders of the Palestinian leadership define the Balfour Declaration as a ‘crime’, when they call on the British government to apologize for it, they are not going forward—they are going back, a hundred years back,” Netanyahu said. Continue Reading »

Latest media leak: Jared Kushner, “There may be no solution” to Israel-Arab conflict


In yet another leaked recording, US President Trump’s son-in-law is caught saying, “There may be no solution, but it’s one of the problem sets that the president asked us to focus on. So we’re going to focus on it and try to come to the right conclusion.”

By Ynet


Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and senior advisor of US President Donald Trump, has expressed doubt the American administration could find a “unique” solution that would lead to peace between Israel and the Palestinians, according to an audio recording leaked to WIRED magazine.

While speaking to congressional interns in Washington on Monday, Kushner was asked how he plans to negotiate peace between Israel and the Palestinians and how he plans to succeed where others have failed. Continue Reading »

Recognizing the Palestinian-Israel ‘Peace Process’ as a massive charade

Abbas incites further by honoring those killed trying to kill Jews. - PMW screenshot


When survey after survey shows 20% of Palestinians at best seek a peaceful outcome with Israel, since Palestinian leadership for the past century has advocated & systematically indoctrinated their youths to hate and attack Jews, it’s time to break the Palestinian’s will to continue fighting.

Breaking the Palestinian’s will to fight – By Prof. Daniel Pipes


Daniel Polisar of Shalem College in Jerusalem shook the debate over Palestinian-Israeli relations in November 2015 with his essay, “What Do Palestinians Want?

Follow Daniel Polisar on Twitter @dpolisar

In it, having studied 330 polls to “understand the perspective of everyday Palestinians” toward Israel, Israelis, Jews, and the utility of violence against them, he found that Palestinian attackers are “venerated” by their society—with all that that implies.

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Christian Arab becomes legal advisor for Israel Ministry office


Being the first Christian Arab to become legal advisor to a Ministry office, Maron Halifah said, “I never ever felt different because I was part of a minority, I never ever felt any discrimination, and I think that the state does encourage minorities to work in the public sector.”

By Itamar Eichner


A Christian Arab has been nominated to become the legal advisor to the Ministry of Development in the Periphery, the Negev and the Galilee, making him the first Arab ever to occupy the position of a legal advisor in a government office.

Maron Halifah

Maron Halifah

Maron Halifah, a 34-year-old resident of Haifa, began his career in 2005 under then Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres. Continue Reading »

Palestinians aren’t victims of an occupation, rather they’re victims of their leaders


Jordanian born founder & executive director of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group: “As a Palestinian, I don’t want to live in Syria, or Iraq or Libya or Yemen. It’s much better for me and for my children to live under the Israelis. It’s the safest place in the Middle East.”

By Ilana Shneider


Bassem Eid, born in the Jordanian-occupied Old City in Jerusalem who currently resides in Jericho, is the founder and executive director of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group established in 1996 during the Oslo process to monitor human rights violations committed by the Palestinian Authority against its Palestinian citizens. Continue Reading »