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D-N.J., are sponsoring a resolution
applauding the Geneva Accord and
other initiatives and urging Bush to
"embrace" them. A similar resolution
is circulating in the House of
Representatives.
More significant are the mainstream
Jewish groups signing on to an initia-
tive that Israel's government has
described as naive at best and treason-
ous at worst. The interfaith appeal,
called "Walk the Road to Peace," calls
on the United States to immediately
"focus public attention and support
on" proposed solutions, and cites the
Geneva Accord.
Leaders of the Reform,
Reconstructionist and Conservative
movements have signed on. Orthodox
officials said they never were
approached about joining the appeal.

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Zionists of America, in a statement
Dec. 1, said, "We condemn to the
utmost possible the charade taking
place in Geneva."
Signatories to the interfaith appeal
said the attraction of initiatives that
might jump-start a peace process
overrode their concerns about signing
onto a plan with Muslim and
Christian leaders with whom they
often are at odds.
"It was important in a public way
to show that there's across-the-board
support for these measures, that we're
willing to work together to put aside
some very different perspectives,
strained relationships, for a greater
good," said Rabbi Paul Menitoff,
executive vice president of the Reform
movement's Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
Rabbi Jerome Epstein, executive
vice president of the United
Synagogue of Conservative Judaism,
said the Geneva Accord does not
appeal to him, but he signed the
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New YorkiJTA -- The following are
some of the main points of the
"Geneva Accord," the unofficial
Israeli-Palestinian peace proposal
launched Dec. 1
• A state of Palestine would be
created roughly along Israel's pre-
1967 borders. The two countries
would recognize each other and
Palestine would end Palestinian vio-
lence and incitement against Israel.
• Israel would retain control over
some Jewish settlements in the West
Bank in exchange for transferring to
Palestine an equivalent amount of
Israeli territory. A corridor linking
the West Bank and Gaza Strip
would be under Israeli sovereignty
but Palestinian administration.
• Jerusalem would be split into
two capitals. Israel would keep
Jewish neighborhoods in eastern

Jerusalem, while Arab and other
non-Jewish neighborhoods of the
city would come under Palestinian
rule.
• Palestine would have sovereignty
over the Al-Aksa Mosque and the
Temple Mount, Judaism's holiest
site. Jews could visit the Temple
Mount but not pray there. Israel
would have sovereignty over the
Western Wall.
• The two states would guarantee
access to religious sites, such as the
Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron
and Rachel's Tomb near Bethlehem.
• The Accord is ambiguous about
the Palestinian demand for a "right
of return" for refugees who fled their
homes during Israel's War of
Independence in 1948 and their
millions of descendants. Israeli
negotiators say the agreement

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