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Founder: The Hope and Perseverance of Israeli-Palestinian Peace Camp

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Refounded by the Freedom and Justice Alliance.

We support a just compromise between Israel and Palestine. End the bombings, beatings, rocket strikes, and airstrikes!

Parties in this NationStates coalition: (bold = leadership):
Israeli: Meretz, Israeli Labor Party, Hatnuah, Hadash, Yesh Atid, Kadima, United Arab List, Ta'al, Balad, Shas, Degel HaTorah, Agudat Israel, Am Shalem
Palestinian: Palestinian Democratic Union, Palestinian National Initiative, Fatah, Palestinian People's Party, Third Way

NGOs and international bodies supported: OneVoice, Peace Now, Seeds of Peace, Red Cross and Red Crescent, UNICEF, and others (see RMB).

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Embassies: Freedom and Justice Alliance, State of Palestine, and Free Syria.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, Democratic, Independent, and Minuscule.

State of Israel is home to a single nation.

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1.The Hope and Perseverance of Israeli-Palestinian Peace CampLiberal Democratic Socialists“Shalom. Salaam. Peace. It IS possible.”

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Many peace and justice organizations can be found here: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab-Israeli_peace_projects
Organizations I know of that aren't included in that list: Zochrot, Adalah, New Profile, Breaking the Silence, Sheik Jarrah Solidarity, Nonviolence International, Israeli Committee Against Housing Demolitions, Machsom Watch, Palestinian Freedom Riders, Anarchists Against the Wall, and Rabbis for for Human Rights.
I'm by no means an expert on this subject, nor do I live in the area, so please feel free to correct me or contribute! (contact BlackGreenWhite)

Welcome Hinterbergland!

In light of Fatah's (with the notable exception of Abbas) commendation of the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli boys, I have reconsidered my opinion of them.

Reborn ottoman sultan

Over the decades what has the peace process taught us as a concerned humanity? Zealotry is indeed a dangerous thing to have; it ruins peace processes and tears nations apart. Hardliners on both sides of any conflict are unfit to solve deep conflicts of interest. The peace process as it was devised in its originality has been dead for quite some time. A two state solution does not necessarily guarantee that Palestinians will retain sovereignty that will be respected and protected by their Israeli peers; when all of Palestine transforms into the likes of the Gaza Strip the fate of the Palestinian people will be sealed in destitute.

The best possible solution arrives in the form of a merger; if Israelis and Palestinians could join together and form a new nation the idea of peace will be sowed into the fabric of the new nation. The proverbial million dollar question that sardonically confronts this proposition will poise the following: how will such a proposition assure Israelis that a common merger isn't a plot to reinstate an Arab Palestine underneath their noses? A demographic majority shouldn't immediately imply that an impending form of hegemony will be imposed on a lesser minority all within a common geo-political arena.

Thus, generations of tomorrow must advocate a new peace process that doesn't polarize, but harmonizes both in some of the most civilized methods imaginable. The diplomatic triumph of reason will be attained absolutely if we, as concerned citizens of the world, can transparently deliver peace in the Middle East from the horizontal top down.

Reborn ottoman sultan wrote:Over the decades what has the peace process taught us as a concerned humanity? Zealotry is indeed a dangerous thing to have; it ruins peace processes and tears nations apart. Hardliners on both sides of any conflict are unfit to solve deep conflicts of interest. The peace process as it was devised in its originality has been dead for quite some time. A two state solution does not necessarily guarantee that Palestinians will retain sovereignty that will be respected and protected by their Israeli peers; when all of Palestine transforms into the likes of the Gaza Strip the fate of the Palestinian people will be sealed in destitute.

The best possible solution arrives in the form of a merger; if Israelis and Palestinians could join together and form a new nation the idea of peace will be sowed into the fabric of the new nation. The proverbial million dollar question that sardonically confronts this proposition will poise the following: how will such a proposition assure Israelis that a common merger isn't a plot to reinstate an Arab Palestine underneath their noses? A demographic majority shouldn't immediately imply that an impending form of hegemony will be imposed on a lesser minority all within a common geo-political arena.

Thus, generations of tomorrow must advocate a new peace process that doesn't polarize, but harmonizes both in some of the most civilized methods imaginable. The diplomatic triumph of reason will be attained absolutely if we, as concerned citizens of the world, can transparently deliver peace in the Middle East from the horizontal top down.

Nice insight.

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