Following the launch event in the Knesset in May of 2013 with over 500 supporters and 30 MKs of the caucus, OVI spearheaded three unprecedented events.
OneVoice Israel held a national round table event on June 20, 2013 with 2,000 Israelis across the country. Twenty like-minded organizations and 18 MKs took part, discussing and debating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and bridging the gap between people and their leaders.
On July 31, 2013 the Caucus welcomed a delegation of officials from the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) and PLO members of the Civil Dialogue Committee. For the second time in history, the Palestinian flag was flown in the Knesset. On October 7, 2013 a delegation from the Caucus visited the Palestinian Authority’s headquarters in Ramallah in an act of reciprocation.
On February 16, 2014 the Caucus brought over 300 Israeli students to Ramallah for a groundbreaking meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. The event received widespread media attention, including in the The New York Times, Al Monitor, The Wall Street Journal, AFP, NPR, The Times of Israel, and Haaretz.
These events showcased that the in Israeli and Palestinian societies there is the desire to reach a mutually agreed peace and that the centrist majority of both Israelis and Palestinians supports a two-state agreement on the core issues that ends the occupation and establishes an independent Palestinian state at peace with the State of Israel.
To date, there are 42 members of the Caucus for Ending the Israeli-Arab Conflict – the largest caucus in the Knesset – from a wide spectrum of political parties, and 47 supporting Israeli officials total.
Supporting ministers of the Caucus:
Tzipi Livni, Hatenu’a (Justice Minister)
Amir Peretz, Hatenu’a (Minister for the Environment)
Yaakov Perry, Yesh Atid (Science and Technology Minister)
Yael German, Yesh Atid (Health Minister)
Mickey Levi, Yesh Atid (Deputy Finance Minister)
1. Dr. Ronen Hoffman, Yesh Atid
2. Boaz Toporovsky, Yesh Atid
3. Dr. Adi Kol, Yesh Atid
4. Dov Lipman, Yesh Atid
5. Pnina Tamano-Shata, Yesh Atid
6. Yoel Razbozov, Yesh Atid
7. Yifat Kariv, Yesh Atid
8. Amram Mitzna, Hatenu’a
9. Meir Sheetrit, Hatenu’a
10. David Tsur, Hatenu’a
11. Elezer Stern, Hatenu’a
12. Hilik Bar, Labor (Caucus Chair)
13. Omer Bar Lev, Labor
14. Michal Biran, Labor
15. Binyamin Ben Eliezer, Labor
16. Isaac Herzog, (Labor Opposition Chair)
17. Stav Shaffir, Labor
18. Itzik Shmuli, Labor
19. Miki Rosental, Labor
20. Moshe Mizrahi, Labor
21. Eitan Cabel, Labor
22. Merav Michaeli, Labor
23. Dr. Erel Margalit, Labor
24. Prof. Avishay Braverman, Labor
25. Dr. Nachman Shai, Labor
26. Itzik Cohen, Shas
27. Itzhak Vaknin, Shas
28. David Azoulay, Shas
29. Avraham Michaeli, Shas
30. Shaul Mofaz, Kadima
31. Mohammad Barakeh, Hadash
32. Dr. Dov Khenin, Hadash
33. Afu Agbariye, Hadash
34. Hana Swed, Hadash
35. Zehava Galon, Meretz
36. Ilan Gilon, Meretz
37. Michal Rosin, Meretz
38. Nitzan Horowitz, Meretz
39. Tamar Zandberg, Meretz
40. Isawi Frij, Meretz
41. Ruth Calderon, Yesh Atid
42. Gila Gamliel, Likud
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