War by Other Means

Radical Philosophy Review 3 (2):125-132 (2001)
The Oslo “peace process” launched in 1993 can be seen as the latest in a long line of attempts to circumvent the national rights of the Palestinians. In this article, Souad Dajani argues that, contrary to popular opinion, the Al-Aqsa Intifada was not due to non-compliance with Oslo but sterns from flaws built into Oslo since its inception. Essentially, Oslo failed to incorporate the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people to national self-determination and return to their homeland. Dajani examines the main provisions of the Oslo agreements signed since 1993 to explain the context for the eruption of the Second Palestinian Intifada
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