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Ziad AbuZayyad

Ziad AbuZayyad

Ziad AbuZayyad, an attorney-at-law, is the co-editor and co-publisher of the Palestine-Israel Journal. He is a former Palestinian Authority minister and a former member of the Palestinian Legislative Council.

Articles
The Jewish Nation-State Law Supporters Will Achieve The Opposite Of What They Wanted
The Jewish Nation-State Law Supporters Will Achieve The Opposite Of What They Wanted
President Trump's Decision on Jerusalem Lacks International Legitimacy and Strategic Vision
President Trump decision lacks international legitimacy and encourages Israel to continue its occupation and colonial activities.
After 50 Years of Occupation, It Is Time for Justice and Peace: If Not Sharing the State, then a Fair Sharing of the Land
Revisiting the November 1947 UNGA Resolution 181, the Partition Plan, adjusting it to today’s reality or applying it as is.
Unraveling Arab Regimes Pave the Way to a New ME with Islamic Prospects
The Middle East is going through a decades-long phase of painful labor that may result in a modern Islamic democratic state that lives in harmony and peace with racial and ethnic minorities.
The Arab Spring: Progress Report and Conclusions
The Arab Spring may not blossom soon, but the political will of the Arab people is liberating itself from the grip of dictatorships, and this will have a strong impact on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The Nuclear Option and Peace in the Middle East
Israel’s nuclear option is not any less dangerous than Iran’s, but comprehensive peace will bring an end to Israeli and Iranian nuclear claims.
Between the Political Solution and Exercising the Right of Return
A political solution to the refugee problem entails a creative approach to the right of return.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Future Prospects
There is no need for new peace formulas; what is needed is action on the ground.
Syria and Israel in a World of Changing Concepts
A Syrian-Israeli peace may call for an innovative redefinition of time-honored concepts such as sovereignty.
Peace and the Challenges of Faits Accomplis
The creation of facts on the ground by Israel threaten the establishment of a viable Palestinian state with defined borders.
The "Unification" of Jerusalem
Israel has failed to “unify” Jerusalem; the city remains divided 40 years on.
Oslo Reconsidered
The peace process urgently needs a revised mechanism.
The Palestinian Right of Return: a Realistic Approach
The Right of Return as a just national, historical and individual claim, which must find a realistic solution acceptable to the Palestinian people
Why Oslo Must Not Fail
What are the options for easing tension and isolating extremists on both sides?
Jerusalem: Logic and Emotions
Israeli practices in Jerusalem are a threat to peace.
Seeking Justice
Failure to solve the refugee problem threatens the prospect of peace.
The Real Challenge
In the final analysis Israel will be the loser in aborting the peace process
Binyamin Netanyahu: Ideology and Realism
The dilemmas of the Netanyahu government - ideology against pragmatism.
Land: The Core of the Conflict
Israel must recognize that on this land another people claim the same rights.
The Hamas Victory: Implications and Future Challenges
Why Hamas won and what awaits it in the political arena.
Statement of Principles
First printed in Ha’aretz, July 23, 2002
Seeking the Road to Peace
Reforms in the PA, an Israeli withdrawal from the Territories and a return to negotiations are the only way to improve the current situation.
Did President Bush Expect the Unexpected?
What will be the repercussions of the war in Iraq for the rest of the region?