An insight into the core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The following collection of articles, data, presentations and maps presents a critical account of and alternative solutions to issues on Israel's national agenda: refugees, Jerusalem, settlements, borders, security, the Separation Barrier, the disengagement and convergence, the roadmap, Geneva initiative, PLO and Hamas, the Arab world, the international community etc.

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Welcome to Shaul Arieli's website

Shaul Arieli, born in Ashkelon (1959), is considered to be an ‘encyclopedia’ of the Israeli-Palestinian political process, and is one of Israel’s leading experts on the demarcation of the future Israeli-Palestinian border and the route of the Separation Barrier. As part of his military service he was responsible for the preparation of the official negotiations with the Palestinians, as head of the Interim Agreement Administration under the Rabin government, and head of the Peace Administration in the Barak Government. Since retiring from the IDF in 2001, Arieli has dedicated himself to advancing an Israeli-Palestinian permanent status agreement, and was amongst the leading negotiators in the process that brought about the Geneva Initiative in December 2003.More info»

 

Take control, you’re the majority

 Palestinian president is stuck between his commitments to Israel and the United States, and the demands by Hamas and the Palestinian public (Haaretz, August 2014) 
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  In case of land swap, who will foot settlers (Dec. 25, 2013)
The Israeli agricultural communities closest to the Green Line are keeping quiet in the face of continuing settlement expansion: But it is they that will pay the highest price.
   

Expert bashes UN’s ‘politicized’ West Bank numbers

 

Claim that 300,000 Palestinians live in areas under full Israeli control is not quite true, says ex-official who drew the map (The times of Israel, 6.3.14)

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  The Israeli- Palestinain show the always ends the same way(2.7.14)

Why should the directors change the script if we, the audience, keep coming time and time again, not demanding the slightest review?

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