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The Oslo Accords – How The Israeli Intelligence Community Failed

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Israels' Response to PA Breaches of the Oslo Accords



The Oslo Accords – How The Israeli Intelligence Community Failed

The failures of the Israeli intelligence community in the Yom Kippur War in 1973 and of the American intelligence community on September 11, 2001 have been widely discussed. But there was another failure on the part of the Israeli intelligence community that merits attention: For over two years after the Oslo Accords signed on September 13, 1993, its experts failed to detect he threat posed by the Yasser Arafat's Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).
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Israeli Policy Has Enabled and Encouraged Palestinian Violations of the Oslo Accords

Since the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, the Palestinian Authority (PA) has waged a campaign against Israel that has repeatedly, systematically, and intentionally violated its commitments under the Accords.
Yossi Kuperwasser, JCPA

Defense Ministry weak on fighting Palestinian pay-for-slay, MKs say

Vote postponed as lawmakers say government bill won’t deduct funds to PA over payments to terrorists.
LAHAV HARKOV, Jerusalem Post

Israeli Cabinet Votes to Save the Palestinian Authority

The government statement did not specify how they intend to save the Palestinian Authority.
Lahav Harkov, Jerusalem Post

Cabinet okays $843m development plan for East Jerusalem, while other funds withheld

Move comes as local authorities call for nationwide two-hour strike on Monday in solidarity with Arab towns across country that are protesting ongoing budget freeze by Smotrich
Times of Israel

Israel Transfers More Palestinian Authority Funds to Terror Victims' Families

The government regularly seizes the taxes it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA) over 'pay-to-slay' policy

Israel uncovers Palestinian terror cell connected to Lebanon - Shin Bet

The Palestinians were directed by a Palestinian Liberation Front (PLF) activist based in Lebanon who recruits and operated West Bank terror cells.

PLO violations of the Oslo Agreement- 25 October 1996

The following list delineated the most glaring violations of the Oslo Agreement by the PLO. This was an attempt to refute charges that Israel was not abiding by the very same agreement. The ten items included the rioting after the opening the tunnel in Jerusalem, as well as incitement to violence, failure to amend the PLO covenant, to extradite terrorists to Israel and to confiscate illegal weapons in the territories, as well as the opening of a PLO office in Jerusalem
Israel Ministry of Foreign affairs
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