Jan 16 at 2:51 AM
The unfinished business of Camp David
Let’s Negotiate ….
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Subject: Let’s Negotiate a Reparations Agreement
The unfinished business of Camp David –
Camp David Peace Accords – Article VIII The Parties agree to establish a claims commission for the mutual settlement of all financial claims.
Israeli-Jordanian Peace Treaty – ARTICLE 24 CLAIMS
The Parties agree to establish a claims commission for the mutual settlement of all financial claims.
“[…] with Israel having contributed the equivalent of $2.8 million to the UNCCP Reintegration Fund [and willing at Camp David in 2000 to] contribute $30 billion to fund their (Palestinian Arab) resettlement“
It’s Time to Negotiate a Reparations Agreement.
As part of any future Middle Eastern “regional” peace agreement, there would need to be a claims commission set up and a claims fund for distribution to those populations affected which was supposed to have been part of the Camp David Peace Accords with Egypt (Article 8) and was supposed to have been part of the Israeli-Jordanian Peace Treaty under Article 24.
As the State of Israel is prepared to (according to the Times of Israel)
seek $250b compensation for Jews forced out of Arab countries, and was willing at Camp David in 2000 to contribute $30 billion to fund their (Palestinian Arab) resettlement“
Yochanan Ezra ben Avraham