Arab-Israeli Cooperation Archives

24 November 1988 – “‘The Morning After’ – An Exchange” – New York Review of Books
In “The Morning After” [NYR, September 29] Anton Shammas calls attention to my proposal that: the state of Palestine allow dual citizenship. Palestinians who are citizens of other states are encouraged to apply for and travel on Palestinian passports [The Washington Post, May 22]. …

18 October 1998 – “If It’s God’s Land, Let There Be Compromise” – Washington Post
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators, now conferring at the Wye Plantation in Maryland, may not, in the next few days, engage the central issues of the conflict–Palestinian statehood, borders, settlements, limitations on Palestinian sovereignty, refugees and, of course, Jerusalem. …

8 October 2000 – JPL Press – CNN
Speaking on CNN Sunday afternoon (8 October 2000) Jerome M. Segal, president of the Jewish Peace Lobby and Senior Research Scholar at the University of Maryland’s center for International and Security Studies, called on President Clinton …

7 December 2000 – “Rabbis: Holy Site Can Be Shared” – Washington Post
One hundred rabbis declared Wednesday that Judaism does not demand exclusive Jewish sovereignty over the Temple Mount, the holy site in Jerusalem that is a contentious issue in the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. …

1 October 2001 – “The Palestinian Peace Offer” – Ha’aretz
Great import has been attributed to the absence during the entire Camp David-Taba period of any Palestinian proposal that would have ended the conflict. …

27 April 2001 – “Reflections On Palestinian Strategy” – Al-Quds
The most powerful argument that has been offered in favor of continuing the current Intifada is not the example of Hezbollah in Lebanon – the situation in Palestine is far too different to warrant such “reasoning by analogy.” Rather, the most powerful argument, is that if Sharon succeeds militarily, then he succeeds politically and strategically. …

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