Most Israeli teenagers do not know what the Oslo Accords are, a MarketWatch poll conducted for the Zionist Council of Israel has found.
The poll was conducted to mark the National Youth Zionist Congress that was held this week. 300 Israeli Jewish teens between the ages of 15 to 18 responded to a number of questions about Israel and Zionism.
The Oslo Accords were the interim agreements reached between Israel and the Palestinian Authority in the 1990s and were meant to lead to a comprehensive, final-status peace treaty.
The poll found that 53.5 percent of the teenagers didn’t know that the Oslo Accords were, among them some 70.8% of hareidi respondents and 48.2% of secular respondents. Read more at Arutz Sheva.