The Arab-Israeli Conflict
Table of Contents
Over 100 Years of Chronic Arab Rejectionism.
PART I: The British Mandate (1917-1947).
1917 Balfour Declaration:
1922 Churchill White Paper:
1930 Passfield White Paper:
July 1937 Peel Commission Report:
1939 White Paper:
November 1947: UN Partition Plan:
PART II: From Independence to Oslo (1948-1993).
1949 Armistice Agreements:
Post Six-Day War:
September 1978: The Camp David Accords.
PART III: The Oslo Process (1993-2003) - The ‘Peace Process' with the PLO Palestinians.
October 1991: The Madrid Conference.
September 13 1993: The “Oslo I” Accord.
May 4, 1994: The Gaza Jericho Agreement.
August 29, 1994: The Agreement on the Preparatory Transfer of Powers and Responsibilities.
March 13, 1996: The “Summit of the Peacemakers”.
January 17, 1997: The Protocol Concerning the Redeployment in Hebron.
November 30, 1998: The Wye River Memorandum.
September 4, 1999: The Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum.
July 2000: The Camp David II Summit.
October 17, 2000: Sharm el-Sheikh Summit.
April 30, 2001: Mitchell Report.
June 13, 2001: The Tenet Ceasefire Plan.
June 2002: Tenet - Powell - Burns Renewed Efforts to Stop the Violence.
April 30, 2003: The Quartet’s Roadmap and June 3, 2003 Aqaba Summit.
February 8, 2005: Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt Summit.
To This Very Day.
A Palestinian State Has Good Chances of Becoming a Rogue State.
Nothing New Under the Sun: Arab Behavior in Palestine is Remarkably Consistent.
IN A NUTSHELL.
Table of Contents
> Over 100 Years of Chronic Arab Rejectionism
> PART I: The British Mandate (1917-1947)
> PART II: From Independence to Oslo (1948-1993)
> PART III: The Oslo Process (1993-2003) - The ‘Peace Process' with the PLO Palestinians
> In a Nutshell
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