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What you need to know about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Two decades after the Oslo Accords were signed, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to turn the page and return to the past.

The Palestinian leadership, meanwhile, is trying the same thing in a different way.

While there are still differences between the parties on some key issues, both are moving forward with a strategy that has the potential to change the face of the conflict.

For starters, both sides are aiming to bring the two peoples together on the issues that are of most concern to them: ending the occupation, establishing a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and settling the Palestinian refugees in the occupied territories.

This is what makes the peace process different.

If Israel and the Palestinians can agree on all of the major issues, the two sides can agree to a solution that will lead to lasting peace.

The goal of the two parties is to achieve the peace they both seek, with no more than two states on the territory, with both sides maintaining full sovereignty over the other’s borders.

The Palestinians’ goal is to have a state that would be independent of Israel and that would include East Jerusalem, where it currently sits.

This is a key point: it is Israel’s claim on the whole of Jerusalem that is at issue, while the Palestinians want to recognize Israel as the legitimate ruler of the city.

For Israel, this would mean that the Palestinian Authority (PA) would become the sole authority for governing the West Jerusalem region, a status it currently does not enjoy.

For the Palestinians, this means that the PA would continue to administer East Jerusalem under the Israeli military control, while Israel would continue its control over the Palestinian areas of East Jerusalem and the Westphalian border.

This would mean an end to Israel’s annexation of the entire West Bank, as well as East Jerusalem.

In a recent interview with The Jerusalem Report, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that this would be the end of Israel’s “historic right to exist” and the creation of a Palestinian “state.”

According to Lieberman, the only way that Israel can keep its borders and control over Jerusalem will be by having full sovereignty in the entire city.

“Israel has always insisted on the right of its citizens to live in Jerusalem, but we are going to move to the right, and we are also going to put the city under the full control of the Palestinian authority,” he said.

He went on to say that, if the Palestinians and Israelis can agree upon this, the status quo is not going to be maintained.

The PA would be given full sovereignty, the West and East Wall areas would be annexed, and the area would be under full Israeli control.

If the Palestinians’ peace negotiations fail, Lieberman said, the Palestinians will try to negotiate with Israel again.

The Israelis will simply have to accept that they are no longer the legitimate rulers of Jerusalem, and they will have to give up control of Jerusalem in exchange for the PA becoming a state under Israeli sovereignty.

But for the Palestinians themselves, this process is much more complicated.

They want to live under a government of their own, and are looking for a way to keep this promise.

The most important issue for the Palestinian leadership is establishing a sovereign Palestinian state on the land they currently occupy, and creating an independent Palestinian state that can be recognized by Israel.

This has been a long-standing goal of Palestinian leaders.

They have sought to achieve this for decades, and even tried to make peace with Israel in 1993, but Israel refused to negotiate.

This refusal to negotiate led to the Oslo accords.

Israel is the only nation that recognizes the state of Palestine, and its leaders have tried to ignore this fact for decades.

In the 1990s, Israel decided to withdraw from the international community, which it had signed a peace treaty with, and to start negotiations with the PA.

But the negotiations collapsed and Israel was expelled from the United Nations.

The Palestinians then tried to join the United States and the European Union, but these efforts failed.

This was the start of the Oslo process.

The Oslo Accord, which created the international framework for negotiations between Israel and Palestine, called for a two-state solution.

In addition, it provided for the establishment of a UN agency, the Palestinian National Authority, which would represent the interests of the Palestinians.

This new international framework was based on two main principles: one, that both sides should recognize Israel’s right to occupy the entire land of Israel; and two, that the two states should remain under the control of international organizations.

While the accords were in force, the international organizations did not recognize Israel.

Instead, they recognized only the sovereign government of Palestine.

The United Nations also recognized only Israel, and did not give the Palestinians a representative in the UN.

Israel’s decision to withdraw the Palestinians from the U.N. in 1993 caused a rift between the U.”s member states and the Palestinian people.

After years of diplomatic tension, the Israeli and Palestinian leaders agreed to a process that called for the