As I recall, the Camp David small print was even worse. Not only did it only give 70% of the West Bank now and 90% 25 years later, but that 90% would be in the form of 3 seperate bantustans whose borders, airspaces and water supplies would be controlled by Israel forevermore. Plus, the figures didn't even add up - with all the land areas Israel was insisting on keeping, even that 90% could never be achieved. Finally, it was presented as a "take it or leave it" proposal at the end of negotiations, without enough time for the Palestinian negotiators to look it over or enough details for it to be clear whether the deal was a good one. The Palestinian negotiators had to accept or reject it "on spec" without details like what land they'd be getting - and they had to give up any chance at control of their own air space or borders forever in exchange.
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