|11. Israel's fence aids security - and peace [7/24/2003] Ref #10123|
It's up to Israel to do the next best thing: Prevent new waves of suicide bombers from sneaking into Israel.
|Richard Z. Chesnoff | Daily News|
|12. The Road Map to ME Peace — Speed Bumps and All [7/18/2003] Ref #10093|
Israeli prime minister is taking additional chunks of West Bank land on the pretext that he needs defense positions to protect the Israelis
|Richard H. Curtiss | ArabNews.com|
|13. Prisoner Release - Veering Off the Roadmap [7/14/2003] Ref #10117|
The first sentence of Phase I of the road map is crystal clear, demanding that "the Palestinians immediately undertake an unconditional cessation of violence." The roadmap's cease-fire is not contingent upon Israeli performance on any other issue.
|Eli Kazhdan | Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs |
|14. The Un And The Assault On Israel's Legitimacy [7/10/2003] Ref #10156|
The roadmap represents a serious degradation of Israel's rights in both legal and political terms. While ideally the American administration might be convinced to rethink its support for the roadmap, in the immediate future concrete steps to protect Israel's interests are essential.
|Anne Bayefsky | Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs |
|15. The real meaning of Hudna [6/30/2003] Ref #10085|
The Palestinian leadership showed political creativity when it introduced the Arabic term Hudna when speaking about the truce or cease-fire agreement that was being worked out with the Palestinian guerrilla movements.
|Daoud Kuttab | Media Monitors Network|
|16. UN Security Council S/2003/529 - A performance-based roadmap [5/7/2003] Ref #11011|
A performance-based roadmap to a permanent two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
|http://domino.un.org/unispal.nsf/5ba47a5c6cef541b802563e000493b8c/6129 b9c832fe59ab85256d43004d87fa!OpenDocument ()|
|17. A Performance-Based Roadmap to a Permanent Two-State Solution [4/30/2003] Ref #10067|
A performance-based and goal-driven roadmap, with clear phases, timelines, target dates, and benchmarks, under the auspices of the Quartet; United States, European Union, United Nations, and Russia.
|U.S. Department of State | U.S. Government|
|18. Statement of the Middle East Quartet [7/16/2002] Ref #10150|
The Quartet remains fully committed, to promote a just, comprehensive, and lasting settlement of the Middle East conflict.
|http://europa.eu.int/comm/external_relations/med_mideast/news/statquar tet.htm ()|
|19. A Peace Agreement or“Hudna” [cease fire]? [5/1/2002] Ref #10084|
When Palestinian officials speak to their own people in Arabic, do they anticipate that a permanent agreement with Israel will be peace agreement ending the conflict with Israel, or that it is just a “Hudna” a temporary cease fire?
|Itamar Marcus | Palestinian Media Watch|
|20. The Palestinian Claim to a “Right of Return” [9/1/2000] Ref #10176|
Do Palestinians who fled Israel in 1948, and their descendants, have a legal or moral right to return to their former homes in Israel?
|Alex Safian | CAMERA|