Jan, OSLO and Other Agreements Do Not Require Likud To Change It's Charter - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Chaim Ben Kahan
    • 07.01.14 | 13:11 (IST)

    The nation of Israel signed the agreements and changed it's policies to honor OSLO. It never required Likud, a political party to do so. You see there are different political parties in Israel Likud, Labor, Meretz and so on with different platforms. The PLO makes up nearly all of the parties that constitute the Palestinian Authority excluding Hamas which also opposes the existence of Israel. OSLO was never validated because the PLO never changed their charter. Now do you understand?

    from the article: Spat erupts in cabinet over future of peace talks amid Palestinian incitement
    First published 19:17 05.01.14 | Last updated 19:17 05.01.14
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