Weekly Commentary: Back To The REAL Oslo? Unlimited Jewish Construction
While Palestinian Construction Impacting Israeli Security Restricted
Dr. Aaron Lerner Date: 21 November 2020
"The fact of the matter is that there is nothing in the interim agreement,
as such, and under Oslo that prohibits settlement activity."
James B. Foley U.S. Department of State Daily Press Briefing October 1, 1997
"The Palestinian side shall ensure that no construction close to the
Settlements and military locations will harm, damage or adversely affect
them or the infrastructure serving them."
Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip
Washington, D.C., September 28, 1995
Annex III Protocol Concerning Civil Affairs
Article 27 Planning and Zoning, Subparagraph 3.a.
So while the Oslo agreements placed no restriction on the construction of
Israeli communities in Area C of the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the
course of the interim period, the Interim Agreement signed on 28 September
1995 restricts Palestinian construction that may endanger Israelis.
"an entity which is less than a state, and which will independently run the
lives of the Palestinians under its authority."
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin: Ratification of the Israel-Palestinian Interim
The Knesset October 5, 1995
Oslo most certainly does NOT mean a sovereign Palestinians state!
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