On Passover it is important to remember that Oslo is also a moral choice, a route that Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres took because they did not see the Jewish people as a nation of overseers.
“Oslo is dead,” writes Avraham Burg, former Jewish Agency chairman and Knesset speaker, and there is no greater error. “Oslo lives and will live on,” because Oslo is not a treaty but rather the recognition of reality, however painful. Oslo is the recognition of an unpleasant political and demographic truth that is as difficult to solve as it is to live with. Oslo is the natural successor...
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