A document given by the leaders of two Arab secret societies, Al-Fatat and Al-Ahd, to Hashemite prince Faisal, son of Hussein, Sharif of Mecca, on 23 May 1915. … The Damascus Protocol later served as a basis for British-Arab negotiations contained in the McMahon-Hussein Letters.
A speech given by British Prime Minister Anthony Eden in London on 9 November 1955. … Eden claimed that a compromise could be reached between the status quo, preferred by Israel, and the implementation of the Partition Plan and other resolutions, as demanded by the Arabs.
A speech given by Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba in Jericho, in the Jordanian-controlled West Bank. … He decried the policy of "all or nothing", that brought Arabs defeat in Palestine, and endorsed a "policy of stages" and the possibility of temporary compromise.
A speech given by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat before the People's Assembly on 9 November 1977. … Sadat's visit to Israel is considered a landmark in the process leading to the 1978 Camp David Accords and the 1979 Israel-Egypt peace treaty.
A speech given by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in front of the Israeli Knesset on 20 November 1977, a short while after expressing his willingness to travel to Israel and discuss peace in a speech before Egypt’s People’s Council.
A declaration made by the heads of state and ministers of foreign affairs of the nine member states of the European Community, forerunner of the European Union, in Venice, Italy, on 13 June 1980. … It also cited the Israeli settlements as "a serious obstacle to the peace process", and called on Israel to refrain from unilateral actions in Jerusalem.
A statement made by PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat on 14 December 1988 at a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland. … Nevertheless, he also stressed that neither he nor anyone cannot stop the Intifada, which would only end upon the establishment of a Palestinian state.