The Oslo Israeli-OCCUPATION Accords

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  1. anneinpt says:

    Brilliantly argued! Why has this idea not been propagated till now? i mean, by anyone in power. I’ve never heard of this argument and I consider myself pretty well educated on the subject. Where has our government been until now? Even the right-wing MKs?

  1. June 6, 2017

    […] This was first published on Israel Diaries with the title: The Oslo Israeli-Occupation Accords. […]

  2. December 4, 2017

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  3. December 6, 2017

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  4. December 25, 2017

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  5. February 24, 2018

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  6. May 8, 2018

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  7. January 24, 2019

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  8. April 15, 2020

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  9. November 19, 2020

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  10. March 30, 2021

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  11. April 11, 2021

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  12. May 7, 2021

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