#5 sallyz Esq. your comment is interesting because it is a combination of facts and fiction,e.g.The 3-party Camp David negotiations broke down almost after 3 days when it was clear that the Americans supported E. Barak's position to 98%. So, there was no 1 to 1 negotiation and the Americans acting as an arbiter, however a 2 against 1 position. Mr. Clinton was also ignoring advice from Arab.Americans. On the Jerusal. subject that became fatal. Chairm. Arafat was asking his religious advisors that if they agree to give up Al-Kuds (East Jer. Al Aqsa Mosque etc) he would "agree" to this Isr./ Amer. demand. They all rejected, and Pr. Min.R.A. Ehud Barak MK was not willing to compromise. There are other examples available.
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