July 6, 2009 | Dexter Van Zile
Mennonite-supported peacemaking institutions have been at the forefront of the effort to discredit Israel to audiences in North America. These institutions portray Jewish sovereignty as the cause of conflict and suffering in the Middle East and downplay Muslim and Arab hostility toward Jews and Israel.
A New Paradigm for Arab-Israeli Peacemaking: A Comprehensive Regional System for Security and Cooperation
September 15, 2000 | Maj.-Gen. (res.) Abraham "Abrasha" Tamir
Over the last two decades, the reliance on separate negotiating tracks in the Arab-Israeli peace process has resulted in a cumulative loss of territories vital for the defense of Israel's very existence, without any corresponding buildup of peace and security for Israel that could last for generations.