Brit Tzekek v'Shalom and our DC
Chapter invite you to...
Possibilities for an
Israeli-Palestinian Agreement in 2008 and Beyond
An evening with
Member of Knesset, Former Chairman of the
Meretz-Yachad Party, and
Chief Israeli architect of the
Sunday, June 22nd @ 7:30
Sixth and I Synagogue
600 I St
Washington, DC 20001
Free and Open to the
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This event is part of Brit Tzedek's 2008 National Advocacy Days Conference and
cosponsored by the DC Brit Tzedek Chapter.
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or call 202-536-4092.
MK Yossi Beilin is the former
chair of the Israeli Meretz-Yachad party, and principal Israeli
architect of the Geneva Accord.
Dr. Beilin's lengthy career of public service,
beginning in 1984 with his appointment as Cabinet Secretary,
makes him one of the most experienced politicians in Israel. A
member of Knesset for eleven years, Dr. Beilin has held
ministerial positions in the governments of Yitzhak Rabin,
Shimon Peres and Ehud Barak.
Yossi Beilin is a leading proponent of the peace
process with Israel's neighbors and especially the Palestinians,
identifying Israel's national interest as being best served by
achieving a fair, just, and comprehensive peace in the region.
He initiated the secret channel of talks that resulted in the
1993 Oslo Accords, and subsequently in late 1995 drafted a
'non-paper' of guidelines for a permanent status peace agreement
with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas.
In July 2001, Yossi Beilin led a group of Israeli
intellectuals and academics in signing a Joint Declaration with
Palestinian peers, headed by Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo, the
first and only action of its kind since the beginning of the
Second Intifada. In parallel, Dr. Beilin and Mr. Abed Rabbo,
leading teams of Israeli and Palestinian experts, former
officials and members of civil society, initiated talks aimed at
reaching a detailed permanent status agreement. This effort
culminated in the Geneva Accord, which was officially launched
in Geneva, on December 1, 2003.
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