Perhaps you have noticed the extreme difficulty in getting any OFFICIAL map of Barak's offer at Camp David. If you really followed what happened at Camp David, you would make different conclusions. Arafat arrived in a cynical mood-after all, Barak refused to implement previous Israeli agreements to pull back from additional territory. Israel had been dragging her feet for 7 years, expanding settlements, renigging on further withdrawals, and then, like magic, at Camp David, Barak had this brave offer as you describe...Except it was never documented!!! Now, if you don't believe me, then perhaps you should ask yourself a simple question: If the offer at Camp David was so generous, then why did it need to be revamped at Taba 6 months later? From the Palestinian perspective, Israel appeared to finally begin negotiating a reasonable FINAL deal at Taba, but sadly, they pulled out of talks once they got tantalizingly close to completion.
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