Camp David minutes show how understanding overcame distrust
'How can I make an agreement with people I don’t trust?' Sadat asked. But he did, as did Begin - despite what he called his 'pained heart.'
Back on July 2, 1978, Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan sounded discouraged in his conversation with Walter Mondale at Jerusalem’s King David Hotel. He told the U.S. vice president that his 30 years of negotiating with the Arabs had brought no results “other than the fact that some of those we negotiated with were murdered.”
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