An International Conference For Peace
- We Must Wait For Events. Abelson, Kassel // Judaism;Fall88, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p395
Focuses on the conflict between Palestine Arabs and Israelis. Depiction of media on the Jewish hopes and ideals; Reconciliation of the Zionist vision of Israel; Peace negotiations.
- No Preconditions to Peace Talks. Abram, Morris B. // Judaism;Fall88, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p397
Focuses on the Palestinian rebellion that erupted in November 1987 in Gaza and the West Bank, already reaching Tel Aviv, Israel. Presentation of the desired goals of each nation; Effects of the rebellion; Need for peace talks.
- Do We Know The Problem - Are There Solutions? Elazar, Daniel J. // Judaism;Fall88, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p400
Focoses on the response of Israel to the disturbances caused by the Palestinian Arabs. Restoration of order in the territories; Role of deportation; Presentation of a negotiated settlement.
- The Legacy of Camp David for Future Peacemakers. Lewis, Samuel W. // Harvard International Review;Nov/Dec1988, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p4
The article examines the Arab-Israeli peace treaty from an Israeli viewpoint. Referring to the Camp David peace treaty between Israel and Egypt, the author provides insights on the future relevance of the security position in the middle eastern region. The success of the Camp David peace treaty...
- Egyptian Perspectives: Camp David A Decade Later. Eilts, Hermann F. // Harvard International Review;Nov/Dec1988, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p6
The article analyzes the Camp David peace treaty regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict with an Egyptian perspective. It presents a public consensus regarding the treaty in Egypt. People are critical of the agreements and disapprove Israel's action on Palestine. They think that the agreement is...
- Camp David Ten Years Later. Neumann, Robert G. // Harvard International Review;Nov/Dec1988, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p9
The article discusses developments in the Arab world and their importance to the prospects of peace in the Middle East. It highlights the power of Israel and proves that military power is not the way to resolve the conflict. The uprising of Palestine, is considered as the most important event in...
- AL AQSA INTIFADA: CHOICES FOR BOTH SIDES. Blanche, Ed // Middle East;Jun2001, Issue 313, p4
Focuses on the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Prospect of an increase of regional war; Contributions of leaders to the growth of conflict; Effort on peace agreements; Comments of Israeli Prime Ministers on resuming political negotiations; Economic effect of the war; Emergence of...
- The Warlike Peace. Crozier, Brian // National Review;5/11/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p606
The article analyzes United States President Jimmy Carter's Arab-Israeli peace treaty. The author states that the good aspect of the treaty is that it does seem to make hostilities between Israel and Egypt less likely to start up again. On the other hand, the author asserts that the fact that...
- Loving the Jewish Community Means Supporting Justice. Starhawk // Tikkun;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p29
Discusses the need to speak and act against the policies of the Israeli government in support of justice for the Middle East crisis as of October 2002. Impact of the Israeli occupation of Palestine; Views on the true concern for Jewish community; Reasons for the difficulty to embrace the Jewish...