Oslo accords

Oslo Accords Pioneer Ron Pundak Dies

04/17/2014
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Ron Pundak, an Israeli historian who helped engineer the Oslo Accords, has died.

Pundak, an expert on Jordanian and Palestinian history, died last Friday of cancer. He was 59.

Through his contacts, Pundak began talks with Palestinian leaders in 1992 with the permission of Yossi Beilin, who was Israel’s deputy foreign minister at the time.

South America: Meddling in Peace Process is Not the Solution

12/14/2010
Special to the Jewish Week

In announcing that they would recognize a Palestinian state along 1967 borders, the presidents of Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay risk undermining a very delicate peace process. Only Israeli and Palestinian representatives can create a two-state solution.

South America: Meddling in Peace Process is Not the Solution

12/13/2010
Special the Jewish Week

In announcing that they would recognize a Palestinian state along 1967 borders, the presidents of Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay risk undermining a very delicate peace process. Only Israeli and Palestinian representatives can create a two-state solution.

Klinghoffer: ‘Take Care of My Girls, Israel’

Twenty-five years on, daughters remember dad, thrown overboard in his wheelchair.

11/09/2010
Associate Editor

The last Jewish century saw an unrelenting braiding of anti-Semitic savagery and sadism, absolute evil from Kisheniv 1903, to Hebron 1929, to the Shoah, to Ma’alot 1974. And yet say “Leon Klinghoffer” to most anyone who was alive in 1985 and you’ll see memory and chills return

The Klinghoffer daughters, Ilsa, left, and Lisa, are continuing their mother’s work and honoring their father.
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