IPI provides an alternative perspective that stresses the current unique window of opportunity to achieve comprehensive peace with the Palestinians.
Koby Huberman, IPI Co-founder at the Palo Alto 3.0 Zionism Conference: “A two-state solution is only possible within a regional context”.
“The bottom line is that Israel is not Arabs’ enemy and Arab countries have to make their own individual decisions independently.”
At the 2015 Saban Forum, Clinton expressed the strategic opportunity of reviving the Arab Peace Initiative in order to layout the negotiation process or to normalize relations with Israel.
Abdel Monem Said Aly and Shai Feldman ask: Can the Middle East be put back together?
Prince Turki al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia’s longtime intelligence chief and still an insider, insists that the Arab Peace Initiative can bring Israel acceptance in the region. But the political will has to come from the Jewish state.
Peace is still in the interests of both peoples, still supported by both peoples, still wished for by both peoples. But a new approach is required.
‘We have been waiting for 40 years for the right timing to have peace with the Palestinians. Enough is enough,’ Yesh Atid leader says at the Saban Forum in Washington D.C.