- General Issues
- Position Statements
- It Is Up to Israel to Restart Peace Negotiations
- Israel Can Win in Gaza, But Not Now
- A Time for Hope and a Call for Restraint
- The Palestinians Want to Negotiate
- Whatever Happened to the Quartet?
- Israel in Wonderland
- Time for Taking Stock
- Netanyahu on the Brink
- How Shaul Mofaz Can Jump-Start the Peace Process
- Netanyahu's "Israeli Comfort"
- Netanyahu: Too Big for His Britches
- Israel Twisting in the Wind
- A Question of Accountability
- ...and only afterwards move to discuss the topic of Jerusalem
- Negotiations By the Parties
- The World Should Help the Palestinian Hunger Striker
- Playing the Victim Card Will Not Bring Peace
- President Peres and Dr. Ashrawi: Thank You for Staying on Track
- Time to Negotiate the Northern and Southern Sectors of the Israeli-West Bank Border
- Israel’s Tussle with Europe
- Security and Borders: Both Required for Peace
- Etzion Bloc Expansion: Israeli Overreaching
- Next Steps: Negotiating an Initial Border
- Let Us Prepare for Two States
- Can Palestinians Recognize Israel’s “Jewish Character”?
- The Question of Recognizing Israel as a Jewish State
- Giv’at Hamatos
- Har Homa C
- About the Authors
The Citizens Proposal for a Border between Israel and Palestine is the result of efforts to envision a border that would respect equally the rights of both Israelis and Palestinians. We also see the value of this border in providing a context for modifying some of the incongruous relationships, built over many decades, between Jews and Arabs. We see the opportunity to tap into the beauty that is both the people of Palestine and the people of Israel in a way that could generate tremendous dividends.
This website lays out one specific proposal for a border. We invite both Palestinians and Israelis to examine this proposal and to consider whether they would be satisfied that said border could represent them—in what they would wish for themselves and what they would be willing to give to the other side—or at least serve as a good basis for negotiation. (continued)