The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict - Part IV, pp. 384-430 Summary & Analysis

Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin
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Part IV, pp. 384-430 Summary and Analysis

This section looks at the years following the truce between Israel and Egypt that eventually leads to the Camp David accords. The other Arab states and the Palestinians refuse to take part in this. During these years, there are conflicts between Israel and Lebanon and further attempts at negotiated peace.

Harold H. Saunders discusses the United States' role in trying to achieve peace in the Middle East. The United States will do whatever it can to promote peace in the region. A final solution will not be achieved until the Palestinian people have a defined permanent status. As for who would represent the Palestinians, the Rabat Summit recognizes the Palestinian Liberation Organization as their representatives.

The Likud Coalition publishes its position in March 1977, saying that Israel will never give up its right to Judea and...

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