Fed up and angry, Generation Oslo leads Palestinian unrest

A Palestinian holds a national flag during clashes with Israeli security forces on October 13, 2015 near the Jewish settlement of Beit El, just north of the West Bank city of RamallahAn 18-year-old Palestinian, his face covered with a black-and-white keffiyeh, is fed up with talk about negotiations. Amid violent protests and a wave of stabbings spreading fear in Israel and warnings that a full-scale uprising could erupt, a new generation of Palestinians has been leading the unrest. It is in some ways a post-Oslo generation — those who have grown up in the aftermath of the Oslo accords of the 1990s that promised Palestinians much, but which many young people now see as a failure.

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