Posts Tagged “Yitzhak Rabin”

Ghassan Khatib joins The Arab Street Radio on future of Israel-Palestine peace

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Ghassan Khatib joins The Arab Street Radio on future of Israel-Palestine peace

Ghassan Khatib joins The Arab Street Radio on future of Israel-Palestine peace Former Palestinian official and now Birzeit University professor Ghassan Khatib guests on The Arab Street Arab radio show with host Ray Hanania. The Arab Street Radio show is broadcast live in Detroit on WNZK AM 690 Radio on the 2nd Friday of each…

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Oslo and the peace process were never really the problem

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Oslo and the peace process were never really the problem

Oslo and the peace process were never really the problem Critics who assert that the Oslo Peace Accords failed because they were flawed are actually the extremists who engaged in a campaign to block the success of the Oslo Peace Accords. The very people attacking the Oslo Peace Accords and the Two-State Solution are the…

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Israel’s rejection of Arafat Street reflects rejection of peace

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Israel’s rejection of Arafat Street reflects rejection of peace

Israel’s rejection of Arafat Street reflects rejection of peace Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stepped in this past week to force residents of an Israeli city consisting of mostly Muslim and Christian Palestinians to remove a street sign etected to honor the late Palestinian President Yasir Arafat. Click here to read Ray Hanania’s column on this…

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When a logo on a piece of paper determines lives

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When a logo on a piece of paper determines lives

When a logo on a piece of paper determines lives By Ray Hanania Israel keeps demanding that Palestinians recognize it as a “Jewish” State but says nothing about it’s own responsibilities for peace. Palestinians have recognized “Israel’s right to exist,” it’s confiscation of land in 1948 and now has to do even more just to…

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Obama missing chance for peace by downplaying hope

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Obama missing chance for peace by downplaying hope

Obama missing chance for peace by downplaying hope Saudi Gazette Newspaper, Saturday, March 16, 2013 By Ray Hanania  President Barack Hussein Obama, the first president with an Arab name who some Americans think is a Muslim, will be traveling to the heart of the Middle East conflict this week. Hoping to ease relations with the Muslim…

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Call Israel what you will, but in the end it will be Palestine

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Call Israel what you will, but in the end it will be Palestine

Call Israel what you will, but in the end it will be Palestine Saudi Gazette Newspaper Sunday, February 03, 2013 12:38 AM By RAY HANANIA It will be 20 years this September that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin shook hands at a peace signing on the south lawn of the…

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Party of hope revives itself in Israel

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Party of hope revives itself in Israel

Yair Lapid has shown that there is support for peace in Israel. Now it is time for Palestinians and Israelis to seize the moment and push for peace by rejecting the extremists and fanatics and embracing the moderates. Reject violence and embrace negotiations. Support compromise and be respectful of each other.

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There is a future for Palestinians and Israelis

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There is a future for Palestinians and Israelis By Ray Hanania The surprise rise of Yair Lapid’s “There is a Future” Party in Israel, which galvanized the dormant peace movement to rise to a major political victory in Israel’s elections should remind everyone that “hope” never dies. It merely sleeps. In the past 17 years…

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