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Khaled Abu Aker
Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Vol.1 No.1 1994
Table of Contents
by Victor Cygielman and by Ziad AbuZayyad
The Intifada proved to Palestinians and Israelis alike that they could not ignore each other. Now itís time for negotiation and reconciliation.
by Hisham Ahmed
For years Israelis and Palestinians denied each otherís right to national existence; but both peoples are now on their way to finding a reasonable compromise between their vital national interests.
by Victor Cygielman
The Palestinian national leadership has created the institutions to adapt itself to changing conditions over the years
by Manuel Hassassian
A deep water port and a free economic zone might help jump-start the Gaza economy; but plans for Jericho and the rest of the territories must follow quickly if peace is to work.
by Simcha Bahiri
The Declaration of Principles comes at a time when Palestinian economic institutions are facing collapse; emergency relief is essential.
by Samir HuleiIeh
The economic relationship between Israel and the Palestinians should be transformed - not dismantled - with the Palestinians taking advantage of their proximity to Israel.
by Ezra Sadan
The Palestinian economy has been sadly neglEíCted for the past 25 years of occupation. Immediate steps must be taken to develop the infrastructure for a flourishing, service¨based economy.
by Samir Hazboun
So far Arab nations have not traded or cooperated very much with each other. With peace the prospects can improve; but the regionís entrepreneurs must not be shackled.
by Gideon Fishelson
A new economic relationship between the former enemies must be established, and KOOR stands ready to play its part; but Palestinian sensibilities must be respected.
by Shlomo Ben-Ami
Economic encounters between Israelis and Palestinians are increasingly frequent.
by Samir Hazboun
by Dan Leon
by Daniel Gavron
Even with massive international aid for Palestinian economic development, many Palestinians will have to go on working in Isreal for many years
by Gil Feiler
Literature and the Arts
Palestinian and Israeli film makers get together in Stockholm
by Freddy Rokem
by Galit Hasan-Rokem
by Izzat al-Ghazzawi