Agreements Between Israel And Palestine

The interim agreement defines the future relationship between Israel and the Palestinians. The main part of the agreement is accompanied by seven annexes covering security measures, elections, civil affairs (delegation of powers), legal affairs, economic relations, Israeli-Palestinian cooperation and the release of Palestinian prisoners. 2. Permanent status negotiations shall begin as soon as possible, but at the latest at the beginning of the third year of the transitional period, between the Government of Israel and the representatives of the Palestinian people. At the same time, peace efforts pitted Israel against other “states of confrontation”: Egypt, Jordan and Syria after the Six-Day War and Lebanon thereafter. [30] [31] UN Resolution 242 was accepted by Israel, Jordan and Egypt, but rejected by Syria until 1972-1973. The protocol was accompanied by a record note set by the US Special Coordinator for the Middle East, which confirmed a number of agreements between the parties on non-Hebron issues and reaffirmed their commitment to implement the interim agreement on the basis of reciprocity. Israeli academic Efraim Karsh described the agreements as “the most blatant strategic mistake in Israel`s history” and created the conditions for “the bloodiest and most destructive confrontation between Israelis and Palestinians since 1948,” radicalizing “a new generation of Palestinians,” who live under the rule of the Palestinian Authority and Hamas, with “vile anti-Jewish (and anti-Israeli) incitement, which is equal to its size and intensity since Nazi Germany.”

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