Radical leftist journalist Amira Hass of Haaretz in the past actively encouraged the Palestinians to reject peace treaties and not to agree to the 1994 Oslo Accords, according to a Palestinian journalist.
The journalist, Dr. Fayez Abu Shamala, revealed to the Hamas paper Palestine on Sunday the contents of a speech Hass gave during a visit to the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) during the period of the Oslo Accords.
In her speech at the PLC during the days of Oslo, Abu Shamala reveals that Hass said, "I see it as an obligation to bring before you some of the facts supported in documents, which will help you make a decision."
"Look at this map. Look, where will your Palestinian state be established?," she said, indicating a map of Israel including Judea and Samaria.
"Do you not notice that these settlements can amputate the connection between cities of the West Bank at any given moment? Do you not notice that the Palestinians live in separation (from each other) in their cities?"
The Israeli journalist continued, saying, "I emphasize before you today that there won't be a possibility to establish a Palestinian state as long as the settlements remain in place."
"Why did you agree to a peace agreement that doesn't promise you the removal of the settlers?," she said, advising the Palestinians not to make any agreements that do not include the removal of all Israelis from Judea and Samaria.
"The Oslo Accords that you support will bring you to complete submission to the Israeli occupation, which is taking advantage of the time to expand the settlements," concluded the Haaretz journalist according to Abu Shamala.
In an ironic twist, despite adamantly advocating against the "Occupation" of Israel on its own land Hass received a taste of the Palestinian world's true attitude toward Israelis in September 2014, when Birzeit University ejected her for being Jewish.
The Oslo Accords established the PA and armed it, while removing the terrorist status from the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Fatah. It also led to the 2000-2005 Oslo War or Second Intifada, as the ensuing Arab terror war that left over 1,000 Israelis murdered came to be known.