Wanted: A border

Yossi Beilin, architect of the Oslo Accords, offers a peace alternative.

By GOL KALEV
February 5, 2018 22:04
Yossi Beilin

Yossi Beilin. (photo credit: REUTERS)

In 1993, Israel surprised the world and its own citizens. It signed the Oslo Accords with its arch-rival, the Palestinian Liberation Organization and subsequently handed the Gaza Strip and major West Bank towns to Yasser Arafat’s PLO. The interim accords established the Palestinian Authority and shaped the realities that exist today.

Yossi Beilin was the “father” of the accords.

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