You are incorrect. Palestinian officials created a map that "inaccurately depicts Israeli security zones carving the West Bank into three cantons" (Morris, One State, Two States, 2009, p. xiii). Morris reproduces their inaccurate map, which led to this misconception. The final Camp David offer was of "contiguous territory" in the West Bank (ibid., p. xii). In an earlier Talkback (Ari Shavit artcle) you claimed Aaron David Miller supported your position on the negotiations. In fact, Miller wrote of Camp David: "Bold , brave, and reckless, Barak wanted an end to conflict and all claims with the Palestinians"; Arafat did not even come "to negotiate in any meaningful sense of the word" (2009, p. 297).
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