The Palestinian Authority has ruled the West Bank for a quarter of a century, but its future looks bleak.
The authority was created as a result of the 1990s Oslo Peace Process. In exchange for Western backing and support, the authority, then headed by Palestine Liberation Organization head Yasser Arafat, promised to renounce terrorism and to resolve outstanding issues with Israel in bilateral negotiations. However, Arafat, who also headed the Fatah movement, broke his promises.
Read the rest of CAMERA’s Nov. 18, 2021 Washington Examiner Op-Ed here.