On Jerusalem

Statement of Principles on Jerusalem

The objective of ATFP is the establishment of a Palestinian state living in peace and security alongside Israel, and an end of the Israeli occupation that began in 1967. ATFP is opposed to the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands, but is not opposed to the state of Israel in its internationally recognized borders.

In the business of peace - U.S. billionaire pursues his dream of Mideast peace
ATFP World Press Roundup Article from Haaretz
by Akiva Eldar - December 31, 1969 - 8:00pm


Between meeting in the Knesset with Deputy Prime Minister Haim Ramon and visiting his friend, President Shimon Peres, S. Daniel Abraham felt like pouring his heart out. The 84-year-old billionaire, who visited Israel earlier this month, says that for the last seven years, since meeting Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Saud - who has since been crowned king - he has not known peace. Abraham's eyes become dewy as he talks about the meeting in Riyadh.


Investing in Peace for Palestine

Salam Fayyad, Prime Minister of the Palestinian National Authority
National Press Club, Washington D.C.
Address to the American Task Force on Palestine
February 11, 2008

Introduction

Your Excellencies,
Ladies and gentlemen,
Good afternoon.



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Vision for the State of Palestine

02 February 2006

American Task Force on Palestine

[Following is a policy statement that was released publicly on February 2, 2006 by the American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP), and printed in full in the New York Times. It was drafted by Reema Ali, Esq, Ziad Asali, MD, Amjad Atallah, Esq, Hussein Ibish, PhD and Saliba Sarsar, PhD.]


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