Reflections on the Camp David 2000 Summit and the 2020 ‘Deal of the Century.’
The decision comes as nations around the world seal their borders and ban travel to stop the virus' spread.
A source in Washington said that Netanyahu will not attend the summit because it will make it harder for Arab leaders to join.
Some analysts believe that the document was published now, to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Accords, as a poke in the eye of United States President Donald Trump.
“The legacy of Oslo, whichever way you look at it, is to separate Israel and the Palestinians into two separate entities.”
Gulf leaders last traveled to Camp David in 2015, when then-president Barack Obama wanted to secure their support for a nuclear deal he was concluding with Tehran and five other world powers.
The problem of the Palestinian approach toward reaching an agreement with Israel isn’t just a matter of the policies and actions of Fatah and the Palestinian Authority.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is in precarious position having alienated the White House and losing the unconditional support of regional Sunni countries.
A biography of Mahmoud Abbas attempts to show how this believer in peace achieved power but was frustrated in his goals
The 2000 summit lasted for two weeks, from July 11 to 25, without agreement.