Daniel's OneVoice blog

Daniel's OneVoice blog

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You might already know I support OneVoice, a mass movement of Palestinian and Israeli moderates, maybe half a million strong, and growing.

This isn't a do-gooder movement; rather, it's just ordinary people who want to make a deal, and who are serious about it.

Daniel Lubetzky's one of the main guys behind it, and has starting blogging the movement here as the big date nears.

The Clinton Parameters lay out clearly how the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will be resolved. The Heads of State of both Israel and Palestine were elected on a platform to end the conflict. Both Olmert and Abbas want a two-state solution. The Israeli and Palestinian public have clear supra-majorities that support a two state solution (at least still now, though not forever!). It is time for the politicians to sit, lock the door, and not exit the negotiating table till they work out the details for an agreement premised on the Clinton parameters (which the OneVoice Pillars from the People are based on).

This is a big deal, for real.

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Stephanie Gerson

hi Craig,
(I've tried contacting you via your press contact and help page on CL, now trying the blog 😉
My name is Stephanie and I'm a master's student at UC Berkeley doing research on possibilities for environmental governance via virtual worlds. I'm currently applying for Fulbright to research possibilities for conflict resolution via virtual worlds – specifically Israeli-Palestinian conflict resolution – and I'm in touch with Asi Burak of ImpactGames and Daniel Lubetzky of OneVoice. I noticed you blog about the Middle Eastern conflict frequently and have an interest in games. If you're at all interested, please get in touch – I'd Love to chat about research directions with you.
I understand you must be very busy (!), but I hope to hear back…
Sincerely,
*Stephanie

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