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islam is a problem and matter but i've been found so wash of us and overall do north wales and a good. singer contribution was to ask hundreds of questions on the other side to really understand what what this would mean how p.l.o. would treat this what would be their them as a counterpart they i think felt it was quite offensive in one way to be interrogated like that men women are still it after middle how two are the most often in from an article it is a do when i was alone as your. father not far when we have the man of the world who is rootless too far of a know isn't good enough look at the. joy of i don't matter and my food. and money. were less worthless didn't your lawyer joel singer acted as a legal advisor to the israeli ministry of defense following his first meeting with
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the palestinians he headed to vienna to meet paras two and bill is going back form of dinner and your wakes up and he looks at him and i say you're. foreign minister if we don't make an immediate deal with these people we are complete complete idiots. five months later in july nine hundred ninety three in the resort of how visible singer presented be amended declaration of principles document setting out the details of palestinian autonomy. it's clearly stated that autonomy wouldn't include the settlements military zones or jerusalem and that israel would remain in charge of security and the protection of settlers. so what you're saying or did he deconstructed it made it into
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a document with the legal aspect the palestinians one should understand were shocked because suddenly all things that they were saying but they were afraid to see them were black and white and it was a tough day for them. the palestinian delegation saw all the serious implications of singers document and so returned to cuba to confer with the p.l.o. leadership our father wanted to enlarge the jericho area into the jordan river so he would have certain hold on his relationship with jordan. and that was quite an argument on certain sorties of the council etc. and like you never negotiations comes the end game the end game was conducted by also going to tunis tunis cloaking feel no more i'm fair and
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argue for you. can use. a bomb on a. lee here palomino hardily of food out of a photo held of sun down and be. done in a while the most who are fairly who are judged done or could barely be. sore and you know it was very very useful then to that to to have the opportunity to discuss these issues also directly with arafat and and we were then sort of also able to communicate that and to do this well off these meetings with our part. last one you went back to jerusalem to the whole israeli team i'm told this for at least everything arafa pop star. and even
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a letter written by hall just said look you know i looked for a letter i think eleven pages for a minute from the meeting giving the letter on the minutes word by word. of arafat's opinions where he thought he can help something or lose something all this was given to describe this it was more sort of a judgment on where the palestinians. in particular where on. sort of the whole idea reaching in agreement on the organ holes was a very mush of writing and he all of us who wrote singh said he wrote almost everything himself i mean working for him was very difficult working without a realist every ghezzi here every time when they went to meetings in the first thing on the plane he sat down and he wrote down his impressions and so so that was
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the ways that oh he worked so he was very much a personal letter. so this letter was handed to mr paris at that time yeah yeah. extracts of these letters later appeared in personal memoirs but no official record of the contents has ever been found in the norwegian foreign ministry. the environment doesn't know any boundaries what goes up into the environment goes around the world. pesticides are pushed on drums that it's a very modern way to do plumbing and we've made poisons the measure of progress. the domestic population has become organized enough an active member of your us to earn their dues or you will feel more vulnerable circle of poison on al-jazeera . this is
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you know again i'm fully back to bill with the headlines on al-jazeera mass graves are being done in indonesia to stop the spread of disease after friday's earthquake and tsunami the death toll has soared to more than eight hundred people and is expected to rise rescue as a still struggling to reach coal so communities cut off from help in japan two people have been killed and more than one hundred injured as a typhoon batters the main island typhoon trami cut power to nearly half a million homes it's causing widespread transport destruction with more than a thousand flights grounded and train service is suspended forecasters are warning of flooding and landslides macedonia's bid to change its name has failed sunday's referendum has strong support but turnout didn't reach a fifty percent threshold needed to make it valid the government wanted to change
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a name to republic of north macedonia to help and a decades old dispute with greece macedonia as leader is pledging upon him and vote on the name change was easier not to take it again i know the opposition knows all the citizens know there is and there can be no better agreement with greece there is and there can be no alternative to macedonia as membership of nato and the e.u. let's not play games with our unity and our macedonia my personal message to every member of the macedonian parliament is let's put the national interest the interest of the citizens and the strategic interests of the state above politics and party interests. saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed bin salman has left co wait after talks with the emir shift. has been mediating since saudi arabia the u.a.e. bahrain and egypt imposed a blockade on qatar last year denies the accusation that it supports terrorism.
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from secret norwegian documents letters that they for instance how they received from the region foreign minister but still in the region ministry of foreign and heard no copies nothing from the period or twentieth of january when they started until the end of august it was enough. it was no documents no memos just nothing from what actually mingling known in these secret project. we found out the dark tower here last night he house has a rigid that many of these secret documents himself and
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he refuses to give them back to the norwegians like to do secret negotiations negotiations through a ministry is very difficult because it has to be written reports lots of people would have to know about it if you do it with the resources and do it you can have the trying to a little group of people and there's no duty to report in writing so and this is also how the secrecy. was kept. the secret tolls to paris conversations led them to believe that the time had come to finalize a deal. paris headed to stockholm to resolve the outstanding point on the phone. at the castle in sweden we are opening actually a hotline. was there and there is the invite invites the norwegian foreign minister and talia larsen and now you would have to be the go between there sitting in the walk together with your single our father and his team mind to
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a nice fear lately. that was will be i'm going to say. that i'm not one must believe in the following but the journey shipman. dramatic was i could know it them exactly moment of them as in one piece i. can more than one of them in a spot check a bomb or what other group should be methley they're like yeah i need to be you know. that one scene of course if. they have that i went down the how that ended join us. in philly. come see. a mark. as in why i said i was for confucius lebanon probably no more silly boy. for.
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a bomb ok mickey mouse holds all sorts talking to yourself. and first could hear on the phone for the first time a fart and his people. and this is this this of six of those seven issues. all the outstanding issues from the six rounds of secret negotiations in june and july in no way were resolved in this seven hour phone call between stockholm and judas. in his book about us later recalled a seven hour phone call ended the conflict of the twentieth century the palestinian people took their first steps towards freedom and emancipation that coal achieved what couldn't be done in twenty months of futilely goshi ations in washington. let me a problem on that limited. in head is the weather committee the
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leafless the most delicate of two or were there who did know yeah i mean had the it go emo who mature i learned that when we met that he'd the one who will move i don't groom moderately who will more who are above that in a powerful above all of the little who are if you have a strong and weak party this strong party is the strongest in this is the reality of the world and if then you have a strong party that is backed by either superpower of the word the united states it makes. that strong party even stronger. in this government guesthouse in all slow and in absolute secrecy the declaration of principles was initially by both
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sides. the secret signing was filmed by norwegian intelligence and the footage later used in a documentary for public t.v. in no way. being much more emotional than we had thought i mean he felt this was astronomical in the way that he would be greeted by one of the the lead this of official s. run. league score would all be so men met you the soviet for humbling sledder would have both among school due to fear those who leave the school would you go you will sing no they'll go soon smell him a yoke his old professor one can do so the money and before you so hosts who slew. off the midnight they negotiate his coming to the government guest house and then
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shimon peres is a witness. as the official and the shilling happens with the salvia and. signing this year on the organ horsed more not-i and i stand there behind them. we have them what we call the secret police at that time. that the film the filming of the media. and we have thought of prepared a little speech oh. oh. only hope.
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other then didn't believe it oh well operation openness of building down all barriers and building up a new co-operative engine structure. if you will remember. we're always there if you ever again don't need our service. the past is yours on the first. opening the doors of east and the other striving to achieve co-operation your people on the uk have leaders like you. for the purpose you're also lucky boys like that working. in paris mr holst and. two of his staffers and mona jewel and myself we flew
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secret secretly it's a military base in august not in the orders nine hundred ninety three. point magoo and in california i mean that's a relief because one christopher. looked at it then it turned to to dennis wilson said dennis what do you think and then then this said i think this is quite well and i think you. all of us thought i had to leave. the declaration principles of.


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