Could be, TF. I remember Arafat with all the huggin and backslappin in that Camp David fiasco with Clinton. All for naught. Begin is the one with the thick glasses; seems I do recall it being a little grey head dude. Whatever. Arafat reneged.
Begin signed a peace deal with Anwar Sadat in 1978.
Yitzhak Rabin signed a peace deal with Arafat in 1993, over the strong objections of Netanyahu and the Likud party.
Rabin signed a peace deal with King Hussein in 1994.
Clinton tried to get Ehud Barak and Arafat to sign a peace deal in 2000, but Arafat didn't feel that Barak's offer was fair, which is a subject of neverending debate.
I personally don't think that the two sides can reach a deal by themselves, because any Israeli leader who offers the Palestinians a deal that they feel is acceptable will meet the same fate as Rabin and any Palestinian leader who offers the Israelis a deal that they feel is acceptable will meet the same fate as Sadat. However, if a deal is imposed on them, neither leader can be accused by his own people of selling them out.