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Herzog’s 10-point plan – will anyone buy it?

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Published: 28 February 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Isaac Herzog details his 10-point plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace – Isaac Herzog – Haaretz 23.02.17
Israeli opposition leader's plan: sides will agree on decade of calm, during which time West Bank will be a violence and incitement-free zone; settlement construction outside blocs will be frozen, with more powers to Palestinians – only then negotiations.

And see:

Herzog’s flawed plan – Mitchell Plitnick – LobeLog 23.02.17
Herzog, whatever his intentions, has presented a plan that is just another form of rejection.

Abbas rejects regional approach, ‘temporary solutions’ to conflict – Dov Lieber – The Times of Israel 27.02.17
PA leader tells UN Human Rights Council he’s still open to working with Trump, calls for international protection of Palestinians.

Former Palestinian minister says Fatah willing to accept demilitarised state to end conflict – i24News 26.02.17
Ashraf al-Ajrami stressed that he speaks on behalf of Ramallah.

At J Street confab, top Arab MK takes aim at Israel's ‘unreliable' Labor Party ­ Eric Cortellessa ­ The Times of Israel 27.02.17
Ayman Odeh: ‘This is the time for a real opposition, principled, fearless. An opposition led by a Labor party that is a shadow of the right is no opposition at all.’


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