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Did Yasser Arafat make the right move in rejecting Ehud Barak's offer at the Camp David Summit?

  • A bad man

    Yes, I think that this man was just trying to make a scheme to mess up his whole plan, and the right move was to reject the offer. Ehud Barak was just scheming, and his offer was going to come back later and hurt the people Yassar Arafat stood for.

  • It Was Clearly Criticized

    I believe Yasser Arafat made the wrong move in rejecting Ehud Barak's offer at the Camp David Summit. It was clear that the negotiations made it to a point that Palestine would have been created but not under all of the concessions Yasser Arafat sought, which is common when you are compromising.

  • Yasser Arafat was for terrorism from the start

    Arafat was a terrorist who wanted to destroy the Jews and never wanted peace. Peace would have undermined what Arafat actually wanted. If he gave away anything Ehud wanted he would have felt that he was working from a weakened state which he could not accept. Arafat was stupid to not accept the offer at the Camp David Summit.

  • Arafat was wrong

    Yasser Arafat made the wrong move when he rejected Ehud Barak's peace offer at Camp David. I believe the Arafat never wanted to sign an agreement with Ehud Barak, no matter how much Israel gave away. Arafat was a terrorist so he did not want peace at all and he just wanted to destroy the Jews.

  • He should have agreed.

    No, Yasser Arafat did not make the right move in rejecting Ehud Barak's offer at the Camp David Summit, because there would have been more peace in the region if Arafat had given Barak what he wanted. Each nation should be very careful in how they treat Israel, because Israel has a great deal of support from God.


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