Originally Posted by Direckshun
Oslo or no Oslo, building in E1 largely kills the two-state solution.
No, you are 100% wrong. Weird, you don't bring up the fact the palestinians killed it so many times first.
"Intensification of Palestinian terror in the years immediately following the signing of the accord led to disenchantment on the Israeli side."
"The Israeli's trust in the accords was undermined by the fact that immediately after the signing, the attacks against Israel intensified, which some explained as an attempt by certain Palestinian organizations to thwart the peace process. Others believed that the Palestinian Authority had no interest in stopping these attacks and was instead endorsing them. As evidence, they showed that when violence flared up in September 1996, Palestinian police turned their guns on the Israelis in clashes which left 61 Palestinians and 15 Israeli soldiers dead."
The two side had an agreement the palestinians once again broke. In this case the Palestinians agreed to work directly with the people they want to destroy and NOT go to the UN.
"The 1995 Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement which created the PA, established a fundamental principle:
“Neither side shall initiate or take any step that will change the status of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip pending the outcome of the Permanent Status negotiations."
"The Palestinian police force established under the Gaza-Jericho Agreement will be fully integrated into the Palestinian Police and will be subject to the provisions of this Agreement. Except for the Palestinian Police and the Israeli military forces, no other armed forces shall be established or operate in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip."
Consisting of Articles XXII-XXVIII: Relations between Israel and the Council:
...shall accordingly abstain from incitement, including hostile propaganda, against each other...that their respective educational systems contribute to the peace between the Israeli and Palestinian peoples and to peace in the entire region, and will refrain from the introduction of any motifs that could adversely affect the process of reconciliation...cooperate in combating criminal activity which may affect both sides
, including offenses related to trafficking in illegal drugs and psychotropic substances, smuggling, and offenses against property...
"The fact that the Gaza Strip is fully controlled by Hamas who do not want peace with a Jewish state. According to the Israeli view, this limits the ability of the Palestinians to make peace with Israel and enforce it over the long term. Furthermore, in the Israeli view, a violent overtake of the West Bank by the Hamas as a result of the creation of an unstable new state is likely. Lastly, rhetoric from high-ranking Fatah officials promising a full, literal Palestinian right of return into Israel (a position no Israeli government can accept without destroying the Jewish character of Israel) makes peace negotiations more difficult for both sides."
You said, "To pretend this is simple is naive."
Yet it is way more simple than you make it. But I could see how you would think it was so complex since it is only the palestinians have always had an "all or nothing" approach to Israel with never a real commitment to peace.