Abe Silberstein

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Avi Gabbay, leader of the Israeli Labor party, next to a painting of the former prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, in Jerusalem last month. Credit Abir Sultan/European Pressphoto Agency

When President Trump announced that the United States would formally recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, he upended a central tenet of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process: Under the first Oslo Accord in 1993, the status of Jerusalem was to be resolved through direct negotiations, and not through unilateral declarations by Washington or other third parties. For over two decades, Labor, Israel’s main center-left party, has been committed to a two-state solution that would honor the Oslo agreement.

Times have evidently changed for the party. Its new leader, Avi Gabbay, who scored a stunning victory in Labor’s leadership election in July, celebrated Mr.…  Seguir leyendo »