It is 1996, and the 14th Knesset has just been elected. After years of conflict, Israeli and Palestinian relations seem to be moving forward with the 1993 Oslo Accords. Negotiations between the two states have begun as their leaders look for solutions to long-standing disputes. In spite of this, there has been a rise in religiously-motivated crimes. Additionally, recent elections of the prime minister and Knesset have left Israel deeply divided. As members of the Knesset, delegates must decide how to advance their relationship with Palestine, respond to recent acts of violence and harassment, address the division of the citizens of Israel, and solve other foreign and domestic issues.