Building a stable peace on the agreement will not be easy. "It's not a done deal," reports Sam Allis in Jerusalem. "For the Israelis, the debate next week in the Knesset will be critical. Many in the Likud believe they can rewrite the rules allowing Israeli forces to go wherever they want. As for Arafat, he continues to make the Likud's job vastly easier with his inflammatory rhetoric to his own people. He continues to call for jihad, for the retaking of Jerusalem. Utterly absent is a new vocabulary aimed at creating a different image of the Israelis for young Palestinians. This is perhaps the most troubling aspect of his recent behavior."