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1 percent of the vote, their representation was reduced to two seats. SEE ALSO Darawshe, Abdul Wahab; Israeli Islamic Movement; United Arab List. ARAB DETERRENT FORCE (ADF): Armed force constituted in fulfillment of the resolutions of the Riyadh D I C T I O N A R Y O F T H E Arab summit (16–18 October 1976) and of Cairo (25–26 October), both convoked for the purpose of ending the war in Lebanon. The Arab Deterrent Force, placed under the control of Lebanese president Elias Sarkis, was responsible for observance of the ceasefire in Lebanon, overseeing security, preserving the sovereignty of the country, and applying the Lebanese-Palestinian Cairo accords of 1969.
From 1981 to 1986 he served as director general of the Israel Highway Safety Administration. A member of the Jerusalem City Council from 1989 to 1993, he served during that period as director of engineering, roads, and transport development for the city of Jerusalem. In 1987, while a member of the Likud Party, Amirav initiated a political dialogue with Palestinian intellectual Sari Nusseibeh that was criticized by both camps. In 2000, after the failed Camp David summit, Amirav was appointed adviser to Prime Minister Ehud Barak, continuing to serve in that capacity until Barak left office in 2001.
In July 2000 the last attempt to reach a “final status” agreement as called for under the 1993 accords failed at Camp David, mainly over the issue of Jerusalem, specifically, according to many Pales- I S R A E L I - P A L E S T I N I A N C O N F L I C T 29 AQSA MARTYRS BRIGADE, AL- tinians, over the insistence of Prime Minister Ehud Barak—whose government had narrowly escaped losing power just before he left for Camp David—on maintaining Israeli sovereignty over the Haram alSharif (Temple Mount), an important Muslim religious site, which Jews believe to be the site where the temple once stood.