"I was privileged to know Rabin and met with him on numerous occasions. I remember how he repeatedly reiterated his hope that "the gamble for peace" as he described the Oslo Accords, would succeed. Alas, in the absence of a genuine peace partner, his gamble failed and became the incubator for our current problems." Israel has as much to do with Oslo failing as anyone. After the Nov. 1995 coup d'etat eliminated the only strong-pro peace Israeli politician, opponents of Oslo (led by Netayahu)won the subsequent election and were successful, with help from Arafat, in their efforts to wreck Oslo. The idea that Israel played no role in killing Oslo is a bald faced lie.
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