From Oslo to Jerusalem: The Palestinian Story of the Secret Negotiations Ahmed Qurei

ISBN: 9781282526853

Published: May 10th 2014

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319 pages


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From Oslo to Jerusalem: The Palestinian Story of the Secret Negotiations  by  Ahmed Qurei

From Oslo to Jerusalem: The Palestinian Story of the Secret Negotiations by Ahmed Qurei
May 10th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 319 pages | ISBN: 9781282526853 | 5.57 Mb

With the Israeli-Palestinian Peace process still unresolved, the man who led the emerging Palestinian state through the turbulent post-Arafat era, former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie, unveils for the first time his record of the 1993 Oslo negotiations which led to this point. The charismatic Qurie, also known as Abu Ala, was pivotal to the Oslo and post-Oslo talks, and the real, if volatile, friendships he formed with his Israeli counterparts Uri Savir and Shimon Peres helped create a fundamental shift in both sides perception of the other. Quries story offers a longawaited perspective on the protracted and often nail-biting negotiations which changed the Middle East forever.

The issues which the Oslo talks came so close to, but ultimately failed in, resolving namely, refugees, borders, security, Jerusalem, are now once again on the negotiating table. In this context, Quries candid account of secret deals, hoarsely-argued compromises and astonishing volte-faces assumes huge importance for historians and for those shaping the future of Palestine and the peace process.

From Oslo to Jerusalem is not only an indispensable record, but also a compelling narrative of the drama, emotion and personalities behind a turning-point in the history of the modern Middle East.



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