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Jerusalem Summit-2004 Participants

Gen. (Ret.) Mansour Abu Rashid (Jordan) Itzhak Livni (Israel)
Lt.-Gen. (Ret.) Orit Adato (Israel) John Loftus (USA)
Professor Joseph Agassi (Israel) Amnon Lord (Israel)
Marisa Albert (Philippines) Mayor of Jerusalem U. Lupolianski (Israel)
Gen. (Res.) Yaacov Amidror (Israel) Itamar Marcus (Israel)
Dr. Uzi Arad (Israel) Prof. John Marks (UK)
Dr. Shmuel Bar (Israel) Dr. Shavit Matias (Israel)
Dr. Amatzia Baram (Israel) Dr. Ephraim Meir (Israel)
John Batchelor (USA) Prof. David Menashri (Israel)
Prof. Anne Bayefsky (USA) MP. Rev. Dr. Kenneth Meshoe (S. Africa)
Congressman Bob Beauprez (USA) Prof. Khaleel Mohammed (USA)
Dr. Avi Beker (Israel) Dr. Myles Munroe (Bahamas)
Maj. Gen. (Res.) Eitan Ben Eliahu (Israel) Nagi N. Najjar (USA)
Gen. (Res.) Pr. Isaac Ben-Israel (Israel) Dr. Emmanuel Navon (Israel)
Yossef Bodansky (USA) Miriam Nofech-Mozes (Israel)
Dr. Konstantin Borovoi (Russia) Foreign Minister (Frm.) A. Palacio (Spain)
MK Ronnie Brizon (Israel) Amb. G. Parthasarathy (India)
Prof. Judith Buber Agassi (Israel) Dr. Reuven Pedatzur (Israel)
Dr. David Bukay (Israel) Dr. Daniel Pipes (USA)
Baroness Lady Caroline Cox (USA) Dr. Vladimir Pollack (Israel)
Dr. Parvin Darabi (USA) Dennis Prager (USA)
Nonie Darwish (USA) David Pryce-Jones (USA)
Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld (USA) Charles A. Radin (USA)
MK Benny Elon (Israel) Dr. Dmitry Radyshevsky (Israel)
Prof. Yohanan Friedmann (Israel) Pierre Rehov (France)
Dr. Hillel Frisch (Israel) Prof. Barry Rubin (Israel)
Dr. Boaz Ganor (Israel) Dr. Shimon Samuels (France)
Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld (Israel) Dr. Oleg Savelzon (Israel)
Dr. Willem Glashouwer (Holland) Gen. (Ret.) Yehuda Segev (Israel)
Caroline Glick (Israel) Prof. Yossi Shain (Israel)
Amb. Dr. Dore Gold (Israel) Foreign Minister of Israel S. Shalom
Prof. Mohanna Haddad (Jordan) Shabtai Shavit (Israel)
Ms. Issaaf A. Hawamdeh (Jordan) Col. (Res.) Dr. Shaul Shay (Israel)
Prof. Efraim Inbar (Israel) Dr. Martin Sherman (Israel)
Prof. Raphael Israeli (Israel) MK Dr. Uri Shtern (Israel)
Hon. Ramchand Jethmalani (India) Max Singer (Israel)
Lt.- Col. (Res.) Dr. Yoram Kahati (Israel) Robert Stearns (USA)
Prof. Murray Kahl (USA) Professor John W. Swails (USA)
Prof. Moshe Kaveh (Isarel) Prof. Karen Swassjan (Russia)
Dr. Mordechai Kedar (Israel) Col. (Ret.) Y. Tsiddon-Chatto (Israel)
Amb. Sonmez Koksal (Turkey) William Tucker (USA)
Sergei Kovalev (Russia) Gen. Paul Vallely (USA)
Pres. (Frm.) L. A. Lacalle (Uruguay) Rijk Van Dam (Holland)
Prof. Ella Landau-Tasseron (Israel) Clarence H. Wagner (Israel)
Rabbi Israel Meir Lau (Israel) Professor Xu Xin (China)
Isi Leibler (Israel) Prof. Rivka Yadlin (Israel)
Avigdor Liberman (Israel) Marc Zell (Israel)
MK Eti Livni (Israel)  
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Dr. Daniel Pipes

What was the problem with Oslo? 1. The timing: It was premature, it assumed that the Palestinians had given up their rejection of Israel and that, given perks, they would end the conflict. The diplomacy won the Palestinians disrespect: 1993-2000 Israelís concessions stimulated irredentist dreams. Israelís retreat from Lebanon served as a signal to the Palestinians that violence will help them achieve their goal. It was a sign of Israelís demoralization. It intensified their hope of destroying Israel. The War in 2000 was an acknowledgement that Oslo was a failure. Since all the schemes have collapsed, what should be done next? <...> Before any plans for peace, the Palestinians have to accept the idea of a sovereign Jewish state. Diplomacy is premature until the Arabs show they accept Israel. When Jews in Israel no longer need security then acceptance has been achieved and we can begin to discuss peace.

Israel must take steps to win this battle. The US Embassy must be moved to Jerusalem as a signal to the Palestinians that they lost the war in 1948. UNWRA: $120 million went to support UNWRA last year. The US should cut off all support to UNWRA since it perpetuates the Palestinian refugee status. The US should pressure the Lebanese to integrate the Palestinians into Lebanon.
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The approach must be aimed at the populations first. Palestinians must recognize that violence is counterproductive and must accept Israel. Then, perhaps by 2045, after acceptance, we can discuss peace.

The current generation of Palestinians is lost to Israel because of concessions made in past peace accords that made Palestinians lose respect for Israel. <Ö> Arab-Israeli policy has been based on the erroneous assumption that the Palestinians had accepted a Jewish state and in fact that hasn't yet happened.


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