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September 18, 2011

In Ha'aretz, Yitzhak Laor Rewrites Oslo Accords

Yitzhak Laor, who is in the past has propped up the Mohammed Al Dura myth, today props up another tired media myth -- that the Oslo accords banned settlements. He writes:

Up until October 2000, Israel violated the Oslo Accords, by continuing settlement activity, building bypass roads around settlements and consolidating existing settlements.

None of these activities were prohibited by the Oslo Accords, and unless Ha'aretz editors can cite chapter and verse showing otherwise (they can't; they don't exist), they should correct.

Posted by TS at September 18, 2011 05:52 AM

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