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Working with leaders and policymakers in the U.S., Europe, and Middle East to help reach a just, secure, and comprehensive peace to bring an end to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Israel & Middle East Daily News Update:

November 16

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VIDEO: The Only Way Israel Can Remain a Jewish State is if the Palestinians Have a Palestinian State

by S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace

Is Peace Possible?

Developed by the S. Daniel Abraham Center in partnership with The Atlantic and SAYA/Design for Change, Is Peace Possible offers a seat at the negotiating table as you learn about the real obstacles to peace, and explore potential solutions.



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Check out our latest polls

Since 2003, the Center has commissioned polls from Israel’s most respected pollsters to analyze the Israeli public’s attitude towards a prospective two-state solution.

Even during times of crisis, the results demonstrate that a majority of Israelis support a comprehensive peace agreement with the Palestinians.  When certain security parameters are met, support reaches into the 80th percentile.

Examine our database for the the full set of polling data.

 

 

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