By Raffaella A. Del Sarto
This booklet investigates family members among Israel, the Palestinian territories and the eu Union by means of contemplating them as interlinked entities, with family members among any of the 3 events affecting the opposite part. The participants to this edited quantity discover diverse features of Israeli-Palestinian-European Union interconnectedness.
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Since 1997 and based on this resolution and the Taba Agreement between the PLO and Israel there has been a Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) which is an unarmed civilian observer mission. Observers maintain a presence in the streets of Hebron and act as monitors reporting any possible sources of conflict between Palestinians, Israeli settlers and the IDF. The mission is constituted by six member countries – namely Norway, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey – and it has a mandate renewable every six months upon agreement from both Israel and the PA.
It will focus on the two civilian missions that the EU deployed in the Palestinian Territories in order to help the PA reform its security sector. Finally, the last part will offer insights into the implications that these bilateral initiatives had for the broader Israel-Palestinian-EU triangle. EU-Palestinian security cooperation in the wake of the Oslo Accords The provision of police aid was not a major preoccupation for donors during the early stages of Oslo and assistance for the establishment of the Palestinian police constituted only a small part of total donor contributions (Lia, 2007: 25).
The mission is constituted by six member countries – namely Norway, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey – and it has a mandate renewable every six months upon agreement from both Israel and the PA. TIPH’s mandate does not permit it to intervene directly in conflicts (Stephan, 2004: 252), its reports are confidential and are distributed only to the Palestinian police forces and the IDF as well as to the six member countries (Al-Fattal, 2010: 24). 8. It should be mentioned that the DoP spoke only about ‘additional powers and responsibilities’ and never mentioned anything about the transfer to the PNA of all powers and responsibilities exercised by the Israeli government and its civil administration (Singer, 1994: 6).