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TIME PERIOD: 1994 – 1995
“The ‘Agreement on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area’ (usually referred to as ‘the Cairo agreement’) was signed in the Egyptian capital [of Cairo] by [Israeli Prime Minister] Rabin and Arafat, with American, Soviet, and Egyptian representatives as witnesses, on May 4, 1994…
The agreement effectively transferred control over the bulk of the Gaza Strip and a sixty-five-square-kilometer area encompassing Jericho and its environs to PA [Palestinian Authority] control, with Israel remaining in control of the borders between these now-autonomous areas and the outside world and of the Jewish settlements in the Strip.”
Benny Morris, Righteous Victims, p. 624-625, Vintage Books, 2001
|Israel & the Disputed Territories (the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights)|
|Transfered to Palestinian Control|
|Area of Israeli Control|