August 31Israel installs thirteen electric gates in the Old City in Hebron to control Palestinian movement in the area.
October 2The IDF blocks the main route connecting the two parts of the city of Hebron (zones H-1 and H-2). The route had replaced a-Shuhada Street as the main road in the city after the latter was blocked following the massacre in Hebron.
October 8The settlement of Ariel is declared a city, despite the fact that the number of residents in Ariel is only fifteen thousand and does not reach the minimum of twenty thousand residents required to declare a city in Israel west of the Green Line.
October 23The Wye Conference ends with the signing of an agreement that calls for Israel’s further withdrawal in the West Bank. Under the agreement, Israel will hand over an additional 13 percent of the West Bank to Palestinian authority control and, in consideration, the PA will take action to stop terrorist acts arising from its territory, collect illegal weapons, act to put an end to incitement, and delete the section in the Palestinian National Covenant that calls for the destruction of Israel.
November 8The PLO executive committee ratifies Arafat's letter to the U.S. president, Bill Clinton, nullifying and amending provisions in the Palestinian National Covenant that deny Israel’s right to exist.
November 16Foreign Affairs Minister Ariel Sharon encourages settlers to “hurry up and seize hills” in order to establish outposts, invoking severe criticism in the IDF.
November 18The Civil Administration starts paving five new bypass roads in the West Bank, preparing for the implementation of the second withdrawal according the Wye Agreements.
November 18Peace Now reports that Palestinians are allowed to build in only 7.3 percent of the area of East Jerusalem.
November 24The Palestinian International Airport opens in Dahania (Gaza Strip).
November 26The IDF declares that it will not require settlements to raise security fences, due to settlers’ concern that marking settlements’ borders may limit future expansion.