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Israeli Referendum on 2 State Solution?


Ameinu is a strong supporter of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but it does not currently have a position on whether Israel should hold a referendum on the future of the occupied territories.  Some elements of the Israeli peace movement are promoting such an initiative (Ben Caspit wrote on this in his column for al-Monitor). They want the referendum to coincide with next year’s 50th anniversary of the Six Day War and the beginning of the occupation.  This post …

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Phil Weiss following Paris terror: ‘Zionism’ root of all evil


Phil Weiss writes on Nov. 15 in his anti-Israel publication “Mondoweiss,” responding to the attacks on Paris, that “The way for Americans to take on the Islamic state is to end support for Jewish nationalism.”  Weirdly, this Harvard-educated and experienced journalist/polemicist interprets American-Jewish political theorist Michael Walzer (a supporter of the Zionist peace camp) as promoting a religious conviction, rather than making a reasonable analytical point on …

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The Future Of Palestinian-Israeli Security Cooperation

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No American knows more about Israeli-Palestinian security cooperation than Steven White, an aide to three U.S. Security Coordinators in the region between 2005 and 2010. He is clearly worried about the impact of recent Israeli provocations on the joint security apparatus he helped to set up, which has played a major role in a substantial decrease in terrorist attacks emanating from the West Bank. ”I was told by a top Israeli military official that, ‘Netanyahu has obviously decided to …

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