Ehud Barak: I offered Yasser Arafat more than he could have dreamed of

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak told the story die Scenes of the events in Camp David in 2000 between him and the late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, as negotiations under the auspices of former US President Bill Clinton fast led to a final agreement.

In a recent episode of The Other Dimension program, he said he had the late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat in the negotiations in Camp David in 2000 offered more than 90% of what he dreamed of knowing all the questions in The negotiations were raised, including Jerusalem, and Clinton then told Arafat: “You will never find an Israeli prime minister who goes this far with you.” But Arafat refused and I don’t know exactly what he was thinking at the time, but it was a wonderful opportunity to make peace.

He added that the important thing is not to find out who is responsible for the failure, but to rely on yourself die Focus on the future. I told Arafat: “Heaven will not solve this problem, it has to be solved by people.” Therefore we always have to take steps forward, because after five or fifty years the problem will be solved and we will be convinced that peace is possible and achievable.

In relation to die recent peace agreement between the Emirates, Bahrain and Israel, the former president said it was a wonderful thing because it is the Israelis die Opened the door die Arabs in Seeing Manhattan from a different perspective, and realized that die Arabs are not monsters, but they are civilized and advanced to the limit.

It opened too die formed a new Israeli government, saying that it may appear fragile due to its weak majority or that it comprises a wide range of political forces, but it is too early to expect its overthrow.

He said he wished Netanyahu the best of luck even though he was one of his greatest critics during his tenure, but after he left it was inappropriate to talk about him now.

Read More About: World News

Leave a Reply