link Sorry, can't find another mention of in an English website...feel free to post if you want. Since the P.A. has already violated it on numerous occasions (and Israel as well re: settlements but that's always a dispute), it's not that much of a surprise. I believe Arafat already declared them invalid a few times, and the Oslo Accords were supposed to be temporary...we're about 10 years overdue for a peace plan now. If Hamas & PA want to go unilateral, so can Israel, I suppose. It doesn't look like the PA cared about the Oslo accords, anyway. And Israel kept expanding settlements. BUT the Oslo Accords outline the PA's authority over the West Bank, their economic/tax authority, their security forces, and a few other things. It's a shaky roadmap to peace, but it's the most-cited one. Thoughts? Israel has said this before and so has the PA, but now we have a statehood bid here. At the Taba Summit in 2001, the PA rejected Israel's annexation of settlement blocks (aka 'mutual agreement on swapped territory') so I assume the PA will now feel free to call Gilo, east J'lem, and Ariel their own.