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Remembering Yitzhak Rabin

November 4, 2015 marked the 20th anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate, founding father and heroic Israeli military leader recognized that to preserve Israel’s security, and Jewish and democratic nature, we must reach a two-state solution. Ran in The New York Times.


 

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Preserving a Jewish, Democratic State

According to a recent poll, 97% of Israeli Jews want to live in a Jewish state. Without a two state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israel will end up as a binational state: half-Jewish, half-Arab. Ran in The New York Times.


 

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Israeli Military Leaders Agree: Separation from the Palestinians is a Must

The only way Israel can remain a Jewish, democratic state is if the Palestinians have a Palestinian state. It’s time for two states for two people, with a demilitarized Palestinian state living side-by-side in peace and security with the democratic Jewish homeland. Ran in The New York Times.


 

Not Gift to Palestinians

Not a Gift for the Palestinians

The creation of a demilitarized Palestinian state in not a gift to the Palestinians. The only way Israel can remain a Jewish, democratic state is if the Palestinians have a Palestinian state. Ran in The New York Times.


 

No Acceptable One State

There is No Acceptable One-State Solution

There is no one-state solution acceptable for Israel. The only alternative is a two-state solution, two states for two people, with a demilitarized Palestinian state living side-by-side in peace and security with the democratic Jewish homeland of Israel.


 

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Israel’s Security Chiefs Agree

Those in charge of Israel’s safety and security for decades agree that separation into two states is in Israel’s vital security interest.


 

Peace w Egypt

Israel Made Peace, and Got Peace

As we’ve seen with Egypt and Jordan, the only way Israel can have peace is for Israel to make peace.


 

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Israel’s Security Chiefs Agree

Israel’s security establishment, with decades of experience, agree: separation into two states is in Israel’s vital security interest.


 

Passover

Israel’s freedom is best served with the creation of a Palestinian state

This Passover, freedom means two states for two people. The only way Israel can remain a Jewish, democratic state is to fully separate from the Palestinian territories.


 

Celebrate Independence

Today We Celebrate Israel’s Independence Day

On Israel’s Independence Day, we see the Jewish democratic character of Israel is at risk. Arabs are today 50% of the population between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River; Jews are 49% of that population. That is today’s reality.


 

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Israel’s Security Chiefs Agree

Those in charge of Israel’s safety and security for decades agree that separation into two states is in Israel’s vital security interest.


 

Separation Essential

Separation between Israelis and Palestinians is Essential

Separation today means a Jewish majority State of Israel now and for generations ahead.