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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
The Road Ahead
Vol.3 Nos. 3 & 4 1996
Table of Contents
by Dan Leon
Letters to the Editors
A close associate of the Israeli prime minister outlines Israeli policy guidelines.
by David Bar-Illan
Palestinian expectations after the Hebron agreement and toward permanent¨status negotiations.
by Saeb Erekat
Palestinian approaches to assure the success of the negotiations.
by Faisal Husseini
Jerusalem needs a slow process of "winning of hearts" so as to dissolve the hostility.
by Thomas Stransky
The task of saving Jerusalem from occupation is too large for the leadership alone.
by Gershon Baskin
Details of what Joseph Alpher considers the only mutually acceptable solution for the two sides.
Israelís settlement policy closes the option of Palestinian statehood. Peace and settlements are incompatible.
by Ghassan Khatib
The position of the Palestinian refugees and their need for international protection.
by Najeh Jarrar
How a Palestinian State should approach the principles of sovereignty and cooperation over water.
by Abdel-Rahman Tamimi
A just solution to the water problem is a condition for peace.
by Hillel Shuval
The dilemmas of the Netanyahu government - ideology against pragmatism.
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Instead of "two states for two peoples," a civil state shared by the two communities is proposed.
by Asíad Ghanem and by Sarah Ozacky-Lazar
The taboo imposed in the early days of the peace process is being broken.
by Riad al-Malki
Israeli public opinion polls reveal a legitimization of the Oslo peace process.
interview with Tamar Hermann
Support for the peace process, reservations over implementations of agreements.
by Leila Dabdoub
An examination of Israeli closure policies as unique in the world, their implementation and consequences.
by Muhammad Nakhal
An analysis of communication patterns in Palestinian society shows major shifts expressing new realities.
by Randa S. Zaharna
Yesh Gvul (There Is a Limit), a movement of soldiers refusing to serve in Lebanon and in the occupied territories.
by Peretz Kidron
Grass-roots Palestinian-Israeli dialogue as a path to peace.
by Yehudit Green
A Place among the Nations: Israel and the World by Binyamin Netanyahu Reviewed by Hillel Schenker Instead of "Read my lips," Netanyahu says "Read my book."
by Hillel Schenker
How two wounded Palestinian youths were handcuffed to their beds in Hadassah Hospital.
by Guy Hessel
Obstacles to the creation of a profitable Palestinian business environment.
by Rachel Bluwstein
Habibyís work has gained an important status within Hebrew culture.
by Hannan Hever
A chapter from a novel by a Palestinian writer of novels, short stories and childrenís literature.
by Liana Badr
January 15, 1997
Chronology of Events
Edited by Anat Cygiebnan and Uzi Bechar