Uri Avnery

Uri Avnery

Uri Avnery is the elder statesman of the Israeli peace movement. He is a former member of Knesset (1965-74), a co-founder of the Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, one of the first Israelis to engage in dialogue with the PLO leadership and a founding member of the Gush Shalom movement.


Who the Hell Are We? On the Nation-State Law
The Nation-State Law, with its clearly semi-fascist nature, demonstrates how urgent it is to decide who we are, what we want and where we belong.
“Is a two-state solution still possible? Nothing else is possible”
We cannot achieve peace without establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel.
One State: Solution or Utopia?
Is a one-state solution possible? If so, is it good? Will it bring a just peace?
Is Oslo Dead?
Rabin’s "no dates are sacred" set the stage for Israeli violations of the agreement.
The Real Netanyahu
Netanyahu has a clear and consistent strategy, the danger of which should not be underestimated.
A Man and His People
Arafat had to overcome more obstacles,than any other 20th century leader
Israel’s Declaration of Independence: Squaring the Circle
Among the contradicitons in the Declaration of Independence is that between a “Jewish state” and a “democratic state.
Our Jerusalem
Our Jerusalem must be the capital of two states living side by side in this country.


  • The two-state solution is not dead