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Oslo Accords: 25 years of naiveté
Even today, some Israeli security officials, especially on the left, refuse to accept that the Palestinians are playing the long game against Israel.
Deconstructing the Oslo Accords 25 years later: Was it a gift or a curse?
Although the agreement itself didn’t call for the creation of an official Palestinian state west of the Jordan River, subsequent Israeli proposals over the years did allow for such an entity to come into being. All of those offers, however, were rejected by the Palestinian leadership.
Criticism over Farrakhan singing the praises of Aretha Franklin
Controversy surrounds the presence of the Nation of Islam head, known for his anti-Semitic vitriol, and his proximity to world leaders on a public stage, including former President Bill Clinton, at the funeral of the legendary singer and civil-rights activist.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Who failed the Farrakhan test?
The untroubled presence of a hate-monger on the stage at Aretha Franklin’s funeral calls into question assumptions about the real source of concern about a rising tide of anti-Semitism.
Bill Clinton admits quiet campaign against Netanyahu during the 1996 election
Despite Clinton’s under-the-radar efforts, Netanyahu defeated Peres in a narrow upset, in what was seen by many as a rejection of the Oslo peace process.