The Israeli-Palestinian Path to Economic Prosperity

, June 18, 2018

Israeli and Palestinian experts and workers at SodaStream and Rami Levy, two companies that employ Israelis and Palestinians side by side, and with equal salaries and benefits, express the importance of economic peace and cooperation, and their personal gains because of shared workspaces. The international BDS movements and Palestinian denormalization movements threaten positive economic and interpersonal relations between Israelis and Palestinians. Israeli and Palestinian workers in shared economic spaces like the industrial zones in Judea and Samaria stand against these threats and intimidation, and advocate for “Defeating Denormalization.” Find out more in the accompanying book Defeating Denormalization: Shared Palestinian and Israeli Perspectives on a New Path to Peace.

About Dan Diker

Dan Diker is a foreign policy fellow at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and a research fellow at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism at IDC Herzliya.

He can be reached at diker@jcpa.org