While Peres, at the request of U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, had only limited settlement construction, Mr. Netanyahu continued his construction in existing Israeli settlements and presented plans for the construction of a new neighborhood, Har Homa, in East Jerusalem. But it remained well below the level of the Shamir government from 1991 to 1992 and gave up on building new settlements, although the Oslo Accords did not provide for such a ban.  Construction of housing units before Oslo: 1991-92: 13,960, After Oslo: 1994-95: 3,840, 1996-1997: 3,570.  After 1995, a series of additional agreements were reached to implement the Oslo Accords. With the early 1980s and the PLO`s military defeat in Beirut in 1982, the PLO`s Arab funding no longer depended on the PLO not just turning its weapons against it, but the organization would no longer target Israel. The various attempts to conclude agreements between the PLO and King Hussein in the mid-1980s were part of this plan. As Israel and the United States continued to refuse to deal with the PLO, regardless of their policies and ideology, the situation remained frozen until the first Palestinian insurgency in 1987 gave the PLO the opportunity to lay down its arms against Israel. The formalization of this transformation took place in Algiers in 1988, and at the Madrid Peace Conference in 1991. In an exceptional gesture, Clinton comes to Gaza to give her prestige to the implementation of parts of the Wye agreements. In Clinton`s presence, the Palestinian National Council took a historic step: its members voted in favour of repealing the PLO charter clause that calls for the destruction of the State of Israel.
The Arafat extremists are supposed to control violent protests against the recognition of Israel. This annex included electoral agreements, an electoral system, rules and rules for election campaigns, including agreed rules for media organization, and the possibility of authorizing a television channel. The Oslo Agreements included a series of agreements, the second of which, the Cairo Agreement on the Gaza Strip and Jericho, was signed in May 1994. This pact adopted the provisions of the original declaration, which approved an interim autonomy of five years for the execution of a Palestinian authority in two phases: first in Gaza and the city of Jericho, and then, after an election, in the remaining areas under Israeli military rule. Discussions on the final status are expected to begin after three years, with a two-year deadline to reach an agreement. Issues such as borders, the return of refugees, the status of Jerusalem and Jewish settlements in the occupied territories were reserved for discussions on final status. The PLO recognized Israel`s right to exist, renounced terrorism and agreed to amend the parts of its Charter that called for the destruction of Israel. Israel recognized the PLO as the sole representative of the Palestinian people. All subsequent agreements were intended to implement the three previous key agreements. The agreements signed between Arafat and Rabin in 1993 and 1995 were controversial for many Israelis and Palestinians. Right-wing Israelis had opposed signing an agreement with the PLO, a group they considered a terrorist organization – although Arafat renounced violence. Israeli settlers feared that Rabin`s so-called “land for peace” formula would lead to their expulsion from the country they consider their biblical right, despite the UN`s position that Israeli settlements were built in violation of international law.