Twenty-five years on, the Oslo Accords are dead

Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, left, and Yasser Arafat, with former president Bill Clinton during the 1993 Oslo peace accords in Washington, DC

If Palestinians can survive Oslo, they can survive anything.

It is in this climate that Israel itself initiated the Oslo peace process. To be sure, the PLO at this stage was woefully out of touch with the reality of life under occupation. Palestinian activists in the West Bank and Gaza Strip led an intifada structured around the idea of rights.

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