The Israeli peace camp includes thousands of people and hundreds of groups, movements and organizations working to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and bring peace and reconciliation between the peoples. Even so, despite the significant interest Palestinian citizens of Israel have in resolving the conflict, their involvement in the peace camp is perceived to be limited. The research explores the reasons for this lack of involvement, from the Israeli-Jewish perspective, based on interviews with approximately forty leaders, activists and experts from the peace camp. A parallel research, focusing on the attitudes within the Arab Palestinian community in Israel towards their involvement in issues related to foreign affairs, was conducted by Sana Knaneh.
Research / The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process