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Dates et négociationsentre Israël et l'OLP

Sur chacun de ces textes et événements, vous trouverezen direct les textes et cartes y correspondant, au
The Mandate for Palestine, July 24, 1922 

U.N. General Assembly Resolution 181 (Partition Plan) November 29,1947 

The Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel, May14, 1948 

Protection of Holy Places Law, June 27, 1967 

The Khartoum Resolutions, September 1, 1967 

U.N. Security Council Resolution 242, November 22, 1967 

Palestinian National Charter, July 17, 1968 

U.N. Security Council Resolution 338, October 22, 1973 

Separation of Forces Agreement between Israel and Syria, May 31, 1974 

U.N. Security Council Resolution 425 (Withdrawal from Lebanon), March 19, 1978 

Camp David Accords, September 17, 1978 

Peace Treaty between Israel and Egypt, March 26, 1979 

Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel, July 30, 1980 

US-Israel Memorandum of Understanding on Strategic Cooperation, November 30, 1981 

The Golan Heights Law, December 14, 1981 

Israel's Peace Initiative, May 14, 1989 

Invitation to Madrid Peace Conference, October 30, 1991 

Israel-PLO Recognition, September 9-10, 1993 

Israel-Palestinian Declaration of Principles, September 13, 1993.Washington après négociations secrètes à Oslo
Le Premier ministre Yitzhak Rabin et Yasser Arafat échangentleur poignée de main historique à la Maison Blanche et signentun accord sur l'autonomie palestinienne dans 5 ans et le projet de reconnaissanceréciproque, dit Oslo I.

1er juillet 1994
Création du gouvernement de l'Autorité nationale palestinienne,ayant son siège à Gaza. Arafat s'installe dans les territoires.

Israel-Jordan Common Agenda, September 14, 1993 

Agreement on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area, May 4, 1994 -

The Washington Declaration (Israel-Jordan-US), July 25, 1994 

Agreement on the Preparatory Transfer of Powers and Responsibilities(Israel-PLO), August 29, 1994 

Treaty of Peace between Israel and Jordan, October 26, 1994 -

Interim Agreement between Israel and the Palestinians, September28,  Washington
Accord d'Oslo II sur l'extension de l'autonomie en Judée-Samarie.

4 novembre 1995 : 
Assassinat d'Yitzhak Rabin, par Yigalk Amir. Shimon Peres lui succède.

Du 13 novembre-21 décembre 1995
Israël remet aux Palestiniens les localités de Bethléem,Jénine, Kalkiliya, Naplouse, Ramallah et Tulkarem. Les points lesplus controversés dans la population israélienne sont Naplouse(Sichem) qui est propriété juive depuis les textes bibliquespar contrat officiel recencé, et Bethléem qui est la villecomprenant la tombe de Tachel la matriarche.

20 janvier 1996
Constitution du Conseil législatif palestinien. Election deYasser Arafat comme président de l'Autorité nationale palestinienne.

Summit of Peacemakers - Final Statement (Sharm el-Sheikh, March13,  1996) 

Israel-Lebanon Ceasefire Understanding, April 26, 1996 

Agreement on Temporary International Presence in Hebron, May 9,1996 

Juin 1996 
Election de Binyamine Nétanyahu.

Protocol Concerning the Redeployment in Hebron, January 17, 1997. 
Retrait de la ville de 'Hévrone,

Agreement on Temporary International Presence in Hebron, January21, 1997 

The Wye River Memorandum, October 23, 1998 L'accord prévoitle retrait militaire israélien de 13% de la Judée-Samarieet la libération par Israël de 750 prisonniers palestiniens.Premier transfert de territoires de 2 pour cent le 20 novembre.

The Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum on Implementation Timeline of OutstandingCommitments of Agreements Signed and the Resumption of Permanent StatusNegotiations - September 4, 1999. Ehud Barak et Yasser Arafat signentune modification des accords de Wye Plantation qui accorde 7 pour centen plus aux Palestiniens qui les reçoivent le 10 septembre.

Protocol Concerning Safe Passage between the West Bank and the GazaStrip - Oct 5, 1999 

8 novembre 1999
Ouverture des négociations israélo-palestiniennes surle statut final de la Judée-Samarie et de Gaza.

21 mars 2000 
Israël abandonne aux Palestiniens le contrôle total de 6,1%et le contrôle partiel de près de 40% de la Judée Samarie.

11 juillet 2000. 
Ouverture des négociations de Camp David II entre Ehud Baraket le chef de l'Autorité palestinienne Yasser Arafat, sour l'autoritéactive de Bill Clinton.

Trilateral Statement on the Middle East Peace Summit at Camp David- July 25, 2000 

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La position effective de l'OLP

The Israelian Government Press Office (GPO) today April 28 releasedexcerpts from an interview given by P.A. Chairman Yasser Arafat to theEgyptian Orbit TV on April 18, 1998. Israel intends to lodge a formal complaintwith the Palestinians, on the grounds that Arafat's remarks constituteincitement against Israel and are therefore in violation of the Oslo Accordsand the Hevron Protocol.

Segments of the interview follow:

Question: How do you explain that you occasionally ask the Palestinianstreet not to explode? 

Arafat: When the prophet Muhammad made the Khudaibiya agreement,he agreed to remove his title "messenger of Allah" from the agreement.Then, Omar bin Khatib and the others referred to this agreement as the"inferior peace agreement." Of course, I do not compare myself to the prophet,but I do say that we must learn from his steps and those of Salah a-Din.The peace agreement which we signed is an "inferior peace". The conditions[behind it] are the intifada, which lasted for seven years.

[GPO Note: Arafat is referring to the Khudaibiya agreement made by Muhammadwith the Arabian tribe of Koreish. The pact, slated to last forten years, was broken within two years, when the Islamic forces - havingused the peace pact to become stronger - conquered the Koreish tribe. Hisreference to Salah a-Din is to the Muslim leader who, after a cease-fire,declared a jihad against the Crusaders and captured Jerusalem.] 

...Q: For practical reasons, do you now suggest to maintain quietdespite everything?

Arafat: Yes, I suggest we maintain quiet. We respect agreementsthe way that the prophet Muhammad and Salah a-Din respected the agreementswhich they signed.

...Q: Is Arafat still the same revolutionary fighter? Is he capableof taking to the streets when necessary?

Arafat: This nation of giants has created 100,000 Arafats. Weare a nation of giants which has been struggling with World Zionism for101 years, and we are capable of beginning it all again. I say this notin the name of Arafat but in the name of the new generals... All optionsare open before the Palestinian people.

...Q: Does your position permit you to work without interruption,as you are wont to do?

Arafat: Without a doubt. I would also like to say that I envythe martyrs and I hope to become one of them, though it has been decreedthus far that I continue to live."

 Arafat informe sur ce quesera
la signification de la signaturede l'OLP

In a May 10th Al-Quds newspaper interview, Yasser Arafat once againexplained to the Arab readership that his agreement to the Oslo accordsis to be compared to the pact which Muhammad made with the Arabian tribeof Koreish. Muhammad, who signed the ten-year peace treaty, overcame theKoreish tribe once he had amassed enough strength. This quote and othersare documented in a Government Press Office release today which is attachedat the end of this news report.

"Question: Do you feel sometimes that you made a mistake in agreeingto Oslo?

Arafat: No... no. Allah's messenger Mohammad accepted the al-Khudaibiyapeace treaty and Salah a-Din accepted the peace agreement with Richardthe Lion-Hearted."

[Note: Arafat is referring to the Khudaibiya agreement made by Muhammadwith the Arabian tribe of Koreish. The pact, slated to last for ten years,was broken within two years, when the Islamic forces - having used thepeace pact to become stronger - conquered the Koreish tribe. His referenceto Salah a-Din is to the Muslim leader who, after a cease-fire, declareda jihad against the Crusaders and captured Jerusalem. This marks the secondtime in a month that Arafat has compared the Oslo Accords with the temporarytruces signed by Muhammad and Salah a-Din. Previously, he made the comparisonin an interview with Egyptian Orbit TV on April 18, 1998.]

--- PA Chairman Yasser Arafat in a newspaper interview

(cited in Al-Quds, May 10, 1998)

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