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Media Revealed Details On Alleged “Deal Of The Century” Agreement Between Israel and Palestinians

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Media Revealed Details On Alleged "Deal Of The Century" Agreement Between Israel and Palestinians

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On May 7th, highlights from US President Donald Trump’s fabled “Deal of the Century” for a solution to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, were leaked from Israel’s Foreign Ministry and published by Hebrew-language newspaper Israel Hayom.

Officially, no information has been confirmed and the US will reportedly reveal the deal during the Muslim Ramadan, which will last through June 4th.

Media Revealed Details On Alleged "Deal Of The Century" Agreement Between Israel and Palestinians

Map of Israeli settlements in the West bank, which according to the alleged “Deal of the Century” would be annexed by Israel. Click to see full-size image

The main points that Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has come up for the solution are the following:

  • It will be a three-side agreement, signed between Israel, the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and Hamas. The agreement will establish a “New Palestine” state, in the West Bank and Gaza, excluding the Israeli settlements that are internationally considered illegal;
  • The settlement blocs (around 62% of the West Bank) will be annexed by Israel and extended to reach isolated settlements. The Jordan Valley will remain a part of Israel. The 65,000 Palestinians living in those areas are unmentioned;
  • Jerusalem would not be divided, but will rather be shared as both countries’ capital. Palestinian citizens in Israel will become citizens of “New Palestine,” and the Jerusalem municipality will have full governance over everything short of education which will be under Palestine government control;
  • Israelis will not be allowed to buy Palestinian homes and vice versa and no additional areas will be annexed to Jerusalem. The holy sites will be untouched;
  • Egypt will provide land to “New Palestine” for an airport, factories, to establish trade and agriculture. No housing will be allowed on those areas. Until an airport and a sea port are constructed, the Palestinians would be allowed to use the Israeli ones;
  • All borders between the Gaza Strip and Egypt and Israel would remain open to people and goods;
  • “New Palestine” will have two crossings into Jordan, these will be under the control of the “New Palestine” authorities.
  • A highway would be built to connect the Gaza Strip to the West Bank 30 metres above Israel. Funding for the project will mainly come from China, which will pay 50% of the cost, with South Korea, Australia, Canada, the US and EU each paying 10% each;
  • “New Palestine” will be completely forbidden to form an army and have heavy weapons. It will be allowed to have a police force, armed with light weapons.
  • An agreement will be signed, according to which Israel will guarantee the Palestinians’ protection from all outside aggression and will be duly remunerated for the service;
  • Following the agreement, Hamas will give up all of its arms, which will be deposited to Egypt. Hamas leaders will be paid salaries from the supporting countries until a new government is formed which should be done within a year of forming the “New Palestine”;
  • Palestinian political prisoners would begin being released over three years following the forming of a government.

“New Palestine” would further receive financial support from the US, the Gulf States and the EU. Around US$30 billion will be received by Palestine over five years with additional support for specific development projects like building roads, from Australia, Canada, Japan, and South Korea.

If Hamas or the PLO refuse the deal, the US would allegedly cancel all of its, already limited, financial support to the Palestinians. The US would also reportedly exert pressure on other countries to follow in suit.

If Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud Abbas signed the deal, but Hamas refused it, a US-backed military intervention would begin in Gaza until the complete defeat of Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

If Israel were to refuse the deal, the US would cease all of its financial support to Tel’Aviv, which amounts to about $3.8 billion per annum.

Former Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael Oren, on Twitter, claimed that “Hamas must go.” But any actions by Israel, which is ready to act, with the blessing and support of the US and other Arab Gulf States should happen only after the Israeli holidays and Eurovision end.

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  • Barba_Papa

    It’s a bad deal, although there are some parts that I like, especially the sharing of Jerusalem. I strongly advise the Palestinians to take it though. Because a bad deal is still better then no deal. And you an argue that its a bad deal, that the Jewish settlers stole the land and that the Palestinians deserve it back. But that’s just the way it is. The wet dreams of many here aside, Israel is here to stay. Even if the US were to stop subsidizing Israel it would still remain, if only thanks to its 200+ nuclear armed ballistic missiles. It’s not going to magically go away. (cue a thousand angry reactions of accusing me to be a hasbara troll)

    A bad deal is still better then no deal. The Palestinians already refused the deal that was almost reached in the last days of the Clinton administration when Ehud Barak was Israeli prime minister and I reckon that one was already 10x better then this one. Judging by how Israeli politics is developing the next deal that will be offered will probably be 10x worse then this one. If Netanyahu agrees to this deal there is even a chance Israel will uphold it. Only Nixon could go to China. Only an Israeli hardliner can sell a deal like this to the Israeli public. And even if it did renege on it (highly likely) I still think it improves the negotiating position of the Palestinians that they at least accepted it. The blame of faillure would then be on Israel instead.

    A bad deal is still better then no deal and the current situation. Nobody’s lives have ever improved from preferring to be stuck in a victim mentality.

    • Brother Ma

      More info on ballistic nuclear missiles? I keep hearing it but do you have more info?

    • alejandro casalegno

      The Apartheid South Africa was a nuclear power…………don´t exists anymore………..

    • Noland

      Nope, better to die with dignity than accept such trash

      • Barba_Papa

        There is no dignity in dying. Dead is dead. The dead have no dignity, they are just dead.

  • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

    Deal of the Century:
    1 – Either Palestinians totally disarm and agree to end hostilities and enter peace
    2 – Palestinians expelled from West Bank and Gaza and relocated to countries that’ll accept them
    3 – IDF completely demolishes ALL gaza terrorists without restraint, and fully annexes West Bank which is rightfully part of Israel, along with the gaza strip

    • alejandro casalegno

      The zionists are killing and expeling palestinians for the last 70 years…….but Palestine is alive!!!!

      • You can call me Al

        Block him, report him.

        • Valerianus Maximus

          Reported him for hate speech against a group – specifically, advocating genocide of the Palestinians.

          • You can call me Al

            I think that is the one I did as well.

    • You can call me Al

      That is it; enough with you now.

      • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

        ouch I’m sorry facts hurt your feelings

  • Rob

    I don’t know why the world countries especially the ME countries are so silent on America terrorism in the rigion. Are they on any type of psychic drugs or they waiting for blackmoney from America. One by one America will fck each leader and their nation, wait. Shame.

    • Nowruz

      No, many are controlled by puppets who will brutally kill activists, jail and torture them if they try to voice their opinion, i.e Jordan, Egypt, KSA, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq (mostly western areas). Iraqis, Syrians, and Afghans have long voiced their stance against US occupation but many have ended up dead from a wahhabi, SDF, or some form of US backed ally. The US unfortunately is a strong country with a lot resources so defeating them will be very difficult. Especially if they have puppets in leadership.

      • Rob

        America is on verge of destruction. Their economy has collapsed. Their country only run on oil money from Saudi kingdom, UAE, Kuwait etc. which are US proxies. Their are sanctions on those countries which are not proxies of America.

  • Abdul Majeed

    the only solution is WAR …kill them until there is not a single Zionist left in Palestine and take the PLO with them.

  • alejandro casalegno

    “New Palestine”????………………is “Old Bantustan”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • FlorianGeyer

    Essentially the so called Deal of the Century is a return to medieval times when castles ( Jew settlements) dominated the high ground and the peasants (Palestinians) lived in relative isolation from each other in easily cordoned off areas.

    Its a terrible deal.

  • verner

    forget it -it’s a figment in the heads of netanyahu and jaredkushner – both soon to be seen swinging from lampposts outside knesset. will be fun, unless of course mohammed bin salman is there before and khashoggies jared kushner for slights, real or perceived, which mbs is prone to take seriously. anyway, both outcomes something to cheer for and await with anticipation.

  • iosongasingsing

    No Palestinian will sign this condemnation to perpetual submission to the Jews, in Palestine there are 6 million Arabs who are entitled to their independent democratic state for Muslims, Christians and Jews, with the territories of 1967. The 6 million Jewish followers of the Talmud can living alone, as they wish, in their racial state for Jews only with their sharia which is the Halakhah. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c5e97fa270a83ac376d9d8e664696400f428911771196a02afb44d12af67b85e.jpg

    • You can call me Al

      I unfortunately think it has gone past the 2nd signature now. Words fail me.

  • chris chuba

    How much do you want to bet that no one told China about this one yet.

    “A highway would be built to connect the Gaza Strip to the West Bank 30 metres above Israel. Funding for the project will mainly come from China, which will pay 50% of the cost”

    Why China and not the Gulf states or the U.S. or Israel to pick up the main cost, this is funny.

  • MissingEmails

    so Israel gets land out of the deal and Palestinians get Israeli protection.

  • Allan Greedspoon

    “An agreement will be signed, according to which Israel will guarantee the Palestinians’ protection from all outside aggression and will be duly remunerated for the service..” – Typical Zionazi doublespeak. The home invader / rapist is now offering to protect the raped, brutalized homeowners from any external aggression and the poor, raped /robbed homeowner must now pay the home invader / rapist for this protection service . . .WTF?

  • Mikronos

    A minor carrot in the form of roads, open trade and money and a major ‘Bear Killer’s baseball bat.. Refusal means the US-sanctioned or, even, direct destruction of the Palestinan State and the creation of a puppet directed and ‘protected’ (for a price) by the State of Israel. This deal should be good until it tuns bad. And it will.

    What Israel and the US both need is NOBODY – to negotiate with, to agree with, to target or to blame. Make this Trump’s ‘final solution’, directed at Palestinians.

  • R PLobo

    The zionist entity is contained at this point and well past any ability to fight a real war. The chaotic defeat of the zionazis mercs in Syria has demonstrated a complete of control of the ME by the globalists other than in the vassal gulf states.
    The west is in no position to impose any terms in the ME.

  • Sinbad2

    Morons like Trump who think they are smart are very dangerous when in power.