IX. The First Intifada And The Beginning Of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

IX. The First Intifada And The Beginning Of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

Period
IX. The First Intifada And The Beginning Of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
9 December 1987 to 19 January 1993

Children Demonstration Throught the Streets of al-Mazra‘a al-Sharqiyya

February 1988
Source: 
The Palestinian Museum Digital Archive, Joss Dray Photographs
Author(s): 
Joss Dray

In the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestinians launch an uprising, or intifada, against Israeli military rule, made possible by years of civil society militantism. In 1988, the PLO declares the independence of a Palestinian state and accepts Resolution 242, thereby signaling its readiness to establish the state within these territories. Regional events, including Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait and the resulting weakening of the PLO, lead to the convening of the Madrid Conference in 1991 and the opening of Israel–PLO negotiations—indirectly at first, and then in a secret channel.

IX. The First Intifada And The Beginning Of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
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The First Intifada And The Beginning Of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

The Oslo Process And The Establishment Of The Palestinian Authority

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

The Al-Aqsa Intifada and the End of an Era in Palestinian Politics

2000

2001

2002

2003