The Comprehensive Guide to
The Truth about the Peace Process

Since the massive return of the Jewish people to their homeland which started almost 150 years ago, we extended our hand in peace to the local Arab residents. Unfortunately, the response was murder and massacres, such as in Jaffa in 1921, Hebron in 1929 and the Arab wave of terror between the years 1936-1939, as well as interminable Arab and Palestinian terrorism until this very day. The Jewish leadership has always agreed to compromise, agreeing to partition the land and give up land for peace, according to international plans which included the Peel Commission in 1937, Un Resolution 181 in 1947, all the way to the Oslo Accords in 1993. In Camp David in 2000, then Prime Minister Ehud Barak offered Yasser Arafat almost all the land, including half of Jerusalem, but was turned down. In 2008, Then Prime Minister Ehud Olmert made an even better offer to Mahmoud Abbas, but he also refused.

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