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Deal Of The Century – Trump Peace Plan

In order to understand the Deal of the Century – Trump Peace Plan, one must have a brief perspective on the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict over Israel and the various attempts made over the years to reach an agreement.

The conflict over the territories of Israel broke out more than a century ago, since the beginning of the Zionist movement, which sought to restore the Jewish people to its land and establish a national home for the Jewish people.

The beginning of the national revival of Jews in the Land of Israel, from the late nineteenth century, led to economic prosperity and led to the massive emigration of Arabs from all Middle Eastern countries, with a view to finding employment in the developing Jewish communities.

The most in-depth research on the origins of Muslim Arabs who call themselves “Palestinians” appears in the book “From Time Immemorial” by author Joan Peters.

But self-testimony of one of the Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip is likely to be much more effective for readers. The full video appears here.

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The following pictures are screenshots of a video documenting the Interior Minister of the Hamas regime in the Gaza Strip, begging for help from Egypt. In trying to speak to their hearts, he talks about the origin of the “Palestinians” and who they are exactly.

The Muslim Arabs, while making a living from Jewish settlements, waged a war of terror against them long before the State of Israel was established and much before any territory was occupied by the Jews. From the beginning, the conflict has been characterized by barbaric, cruel, unrestrained violence aimed at children, women, men and old people.

The more the Jews tried to please the Arabs, the greater the resistance and the violence. The Muslim Arabs, those who first lived in Israel and those who immigrated from abroad (most of them Arabs) could not accept the plan of the Zionist movement to establish an independent Jewish state.

The culmination of Arab resistance was reflected in the activities of Haj Amin al-Husseini, one of the most important leaders of the Arabs of Israel; he collaborated with Hitler and established Muslim volunteer units in the Waffen SS. In addition, he planned his own version of the “Final Solution” for the Jews of Israel after the Germans defeat Britain in Africa, which eventually did not happen. Husseini’s anti-Semitic murderous hatred became the northern star of the “Palestinian” Arabs for generations afterwards.

In 1922, the first international decision regarding the territory of Israel was made. At the San Remo conference, it was decided to give the Jews all the territory that now includes Jordan and Israel (including Judea and Samaria).

The decision was made by the League of Nations and became a decision of international law. Just two months later, Britain (at the initiative of Winston Churchill, the Colonial Minister at the time) sought to outlaw East Jordan’s past from the decision of the San Remo Conference. 75% of the area promised to Jews was taken two months after they were granted.

In 1937, the Arabs refused the first official partition plan proposed by the United Kingdom Peel Commission. The plan gave the Arabs most of the land of Israel and only a small part was given to the Jews.

The Jews accepted the offer and the Arabs refused it. In 1947, the UN partition plan for the Land of Israel was accepted, and once again the Arabs received the bulk of the territory, while the Jews received a state consisting of three sections that were barely connected to each other. Again, the Jews accepted the plan and the Arabs refused it.

On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion, the first prime minister of the State of Israel, declared the establishment of the State of Israel. Immediately after the declaration, the Arabs began a war against the young Jewish state with the aim of destroying it.

Between 1948 and 1967, the State of Jordan held territory in Judea and Samaria. “Amazingly”, the Arabs forgot to ask for the establishment of a “Palestinian” state, even though the territory was held by an Arab state and despite the fact that 80% of Jordanians are so-called “Palestinian descent.”

It was not the first sign or last sign of the Arabs’ lack of interest and desire in any solution, but it was certainly a clear sign of the lie that underpins the demand for a “Palestinian” state. They had the opportunity to establish it between 1948 and 1967 and the demand did not even rise.

On the contrary, in 1964 Yasser Arafat established the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) terror organization. Choosing the name at a time when Israel did not rule Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip made it very clear to its target terrorist Yasser Arafat and the terrorist organization he established: “liberating” the entire territory, destroying the Jews who live throughout Israel and not only establishing a “Palestinian state” that could allegedly be established at that time, when Judea and Samaria were under Jordanian occupation.

In 1967, the Arabs again threaten to destroy the State of Israel. Israel lands a preventive blow and launches a war designed to remove the threat of extermination. During the war, Israel conquered the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip (Egypt) and liberated Judea, Samaria and East Jerusalem (Jordan) and the Golan Heights (Syria).

13 years later, in 1980 (seven years after the Yom Kippur War), Israel signs a peace agreement with Egypt and returns it to the Sinai Peninsula. The Egyptians refuse to take back the Gaza Strip.

In 1987, the Arabs of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip launched an uprising, characterized mainly by large demonstrations of stone-throwing. After less than two years, the uprising was waning. The Israeli left wing invents the formula “territories for peace”.

In other words, Israel will return territories and receive peace from the Arabs in return. Although the Arabs never accepted and agreed to the formula, the formula is regarded as the only panacea for the Arab-Israeli conflict. In 1988, Hussein, Jordan’s dictator, withdrew from his guardianship of the Arab residents of the Gaza Strip, Judea and Samaria and canceled their citizenship in his state.

In 1993 and then in 1995, the Oslo accords were signed, deliberately leaving the most critical issues between Israel and the Arabs (Jerusalem, the right of return, the demilitarization of the territory, etc.) to avoid crushing the agreement.

The agreements were signed with murderers Arafat, a hopeless terrorist who has stated many times, in speeches, on radio, in conversations, that this is an agreement that is part of the phased program (a program designed to eliminate Israel in phases) or part of Jihad war.

He likened the agreement to the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, an agreement Mohammed signed with the Mecca and bull pagan tribes later, when he became militarily empowered. The message for the Arabs was clear.

The Israeli left wing publicists, politicians and leaders chose to close their eyes and ignore the explicit intentions to make the agreement a better starting point on the path to direct destruction. They explained Arafat’s speeches as internal politics designed to persuade the Arabs to support peace.

They never explained why in order to persuade his people to support a peace agreement, he should tell them that it is part of an overall extermination plan…

Immediately upon the signing of the first agreement, and Arafat’s arrival in Judea and Samaria, a wave of attacks against Jews began. In 2001, at the summit between Ehud Barak (then head of a minority government), Bill Clinton and Yasser Arafat, Barak offered Arafat about 100% of Judea and Samaria (with no public support during).

Arafat’s reply was received after the summit in the second Arab uprising. In contrast to the first uprising, which included mainly stones throwing and sometimes incendiary bottles, this uprising included the use of live weapons and explosives, which Arafat received under the auspices of the peace treaty.

Some of them were smuggled into the area under the Palestinian authority. Nearly 2,000 Jews paid their lives for the promiscuous Oslo agreements; they assumed without any basis that the terrorist Arafat’s had changed his skin.

The Arabs launched a terror attack that included suicide bombers in buses, restaurants, shopping centers, entertainment centers, shooting at vehicles and more.

Palestinian terror
A bus after suicide bomber attack

Ehud Barak was thrown out of power and his replacement Ariel Sharon interrupted the Arab murder campaign, after a particularly shocking incident on Passover evening, when an Arab terrorist enters the Park Hotel in Netanya, blowing himself up in the middle of festive Lel Haseder dinner. 30 Israelis were murdered and 160 injured. In terms of the number of casualties and deaths, this is the most difficult suicide bombing in Israeli history.

The next day, Israel launched a military operation, captured the major cities of Judea and Samaria, and suppressed the Islamic terrorism waged by Yasser Arafat.

In 2005, Israel left the Gaza Strip, demolished Jewish-built communities, and left no one behind. The entire area has been completely transferred to the Palestinian Authority. Left wing dreamers had predicted that Gaza would become Singapore, that security would improve and the Gaza Strip could develop after the “liberation from the occupation”.

But reality was very different from dreams. The Gaza Strip has become a terrorist incubator ruled by an Islamic terrorist organization whose sole purpose is to destroy the State of Israel and to eliminate all Jews, until the last of them, as the organization declared in its founding treaty.

Billions of dollars invested in the Gaza Strip went down the drain. No agriculture, no tourism, no hospitals, no universities, no infrastructure, no industry, nothing was set up. All of the organization’s energy was directed towards building and acquiring capabilities for war against Israel.

The blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip was intended to limit Hamas’ military capabilities. And yet, thanks to cooperation between leftist organizations in Israel and the world and the false Arab narrative of the history of the conflict, the legend has it that the conflict is essentially political and depends on Israel’s good will to give up East Jerusalem (including the holiest places for Jews), and Judea and Samaria.

The Arabs, according to this approach, had no real responsibility or liability. The Arabs, even when they received the most generous offers (and very dangerous for the State of Israel), refused to sign a peace agreement. They were not prepared, under any constellation, to recognize the limited state of Israel (without Judea and Samaria) as a Jewish state, and would not give up the right of return of those descendants of refugees already numbering millions of people.

That is, on the one hand, an Arab state (in addition to those that exist in the Middle East) demanded that they be completely clean of Jews and, on the other hand, refused to acknowledge the Jews’ right to a Jewish state.

And so the vicious circle of endless attempts by Israel and the international community continues, to please the Arabs of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip and give them endless support in hopes that they will agree with what they have not agreed for more than a century, or if we want to be more precise, to agree to what they have not agreed for the last 1400 years: perception of Jews as a people entitled to equal rights to that of Muslims.

Perspective on the size of disputed territories

The Middle East has 16 countries (not including Cyprus) and 371 million people. 13 of them are Arab – Islamic, two (Turkey and Iran) are Islamic but not Arab and one Jewish state. All dictatorships except Israel.

The area of ​​the Middle East is 7.2 million square kilometers.
Israel’s territory, including Judea and Samaria, is 28,023 square kilometers.
Judea and Samaria area is: 5,878 square kilometers
The width of the State of Israel in the narrowest place, without Judea and Samaria, is 15 km (!!!)
That is, Israel’s territory is 0.004 percent of the Middle East.
The controversial area is 0.0008 percent of the Middle East.
That is, the tiny Jewish state should give the Arabs another 0.0008 percent of the total area of ​​the Arab-Islamic space, in order to have peace …

What’s different about Trump’s peace plan?

In simple words: the new plan reversed the equation between Israel and Arab residents of Judea and Samaria. More than that, Trump peace plan is changing the paradigm of conflict resolution. The starting point of the program is that historical justice with the Jewish people, Judea and Samaria belongs to the Jews. Until the Century plan presented, the usual concept included the following:

• The Jews must make gesture after gesture, try to please the “Palestinians”, offer compromises and agree to give up Judea and Samaria, and hope that they will agree and wish to sign a peace agreement, which of course never happened.

• The “Palestinians” have the right to veto, which means no plan can go ahead without them accepting it. However, history has taught us over the last century that they have not accepted any program which means recognition of a Jewish state. They can be said to be very consistent in this opinion and they have never changed it so there is no reason to assume that it will suddenly change.

The content of the century dramatically changed the approach to resolving the conflict and shifted the responsibility for ending the conflict to the Arab field.

Key points of the Century Plan

1. Israel will be entitled to apply its sovereignty to all Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria and East Jerusalem, over 700,000 Jews – today these areas are part of the military administration. With regard to construction, investment, economic development, and more, the State of Israel could not operate as if it were an integral part of the State of Israel.

2. Israel will be able to implement its sovereignty in the Jordan Valley, a plateau in the eastern part of the country, which is a crossroads between the Judea and Samaria Mountains and the State of Jordan.

3. The United States recognizes Israeli sovereignty throughout Jordan Valley, Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria and East Jerusalem. This means the United States will prevent any international move against the State of Israel by exercising its sovereignty in these regions.

4. Israel will rule militarily throughout Judea and Samaria – meaning the “Palestinians” will not be able to form an army there or militarily join Iran via the eastern border (via Jordan).

5. Jerusalem is united under the control of Israel

Trump Peace Plan Claims from Judea and Samaria Arabs (“Palestinians”)

1. Disarmament of Hamas – Hamas is a Hitlerist terrorist organization with aspirations of genocide against the Jews. Hamas announced its ambitions in the organization’s treaty. The Convention contains calls for the murder of all Jews wherever they are. Hamas came to power legally, in single democratic elections held in the Gaza Strip, under the supervision of international observers.

Immediately after the election victory, Hamas began eliminating opponents of the PLO terrorist organization and since then Hamas has controlled the Gaza Strip and passed Sharia law there.

Hamas, a blood-thirsty terrorist organization, lives by its weapons and controls its armaments. The likelihood that Hamas will disarm is equivalent to the likelihood that a dear will devour a lion.

2. Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s united capital – Although Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Qur’an even once and although Mecca and Medina are the holiest cities for Muslims, Jerusalem, like Nazareth, like Hebron, like other non-Muslim religious centers, was adopted by Islam to produce a new religious narrative that replaces other religions and gives Islam Superiority over other religions.

Jerusalem is the forefront of Islam in its war against Judaism. Controlling the holiest place for Jews is supposedly maintaining the supremacy of Islam over Judaism and Jews. So here, too, the chance for Arab-Muslims to compromise is almost imaginary.

3. Renunciation of the right of return (the Arab claim to allow millions of descendants, second, third and fourth generation of Arab refugees of the War of Independence, to return to the borders of the State of Israel, a demand aimed at destroying the State of Israel in any “peace” agreement) – the refugee status is one of the most important assets that the Arabs have to live in In the territories of the Land of Israel.

It gives them a position of eternal victim. While millions of Jewish refugees, fleeing Arab states in 1948-50, leaving behind billions of dollars, were absorbed into the small state of Israel; one million Arab refugees fleeing Israeli territory following the War of Independence were not absorbed into the vast Islamic territory of the Middle East.

While tens of millions of refugees were rehabilitated after World War II, the “Palestinian” refugees were held as an open wound in the Arab world’s war against Israel.

The “Palestinian” refugees were held in refugee camps by Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, even though they are Muslim Arabs of the same culture, nationality, religion. The lives of millions have become insignificant in the face of the desire to preserve the struggle against the State of Israel.

Palestinian refugee status, through the UN, has become an unprecedented social mutation. Sons, grandchildren and great-grandchildren continue to inherit the “refugee” status passed on from generation to generation, along with feelings of hatred, victimization and unrealistic desire to return to the territory of the State of Israel.

The “Palestinian” refugee status has no precedent anywhere else in the world, despite the fact that there were tens of millions of refugees after two world wars. Nowhere else in the world does the generation of “refuginess” pass through. This distortion exists only with the “Palestinians”, as part of their desire to preserve the fight against the State of Israel, even at the cost of sustaining harm to the lives of millions of people.

Giving up the right of return is a concession to the war against Israel. The renunciation of the war against Israel is a renunciation of the right of existence of the “Palestinians” who are in any case Muslim Arabs from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria and other countries in the Middle East.

4. Recognition of Israeli Sovereignty over all Jewish Communities Established in Judea and Samaria – Although many Arabs live in Israel as equal citizens, the world has accepted the claim that Jews have no right to live throughout Judea and Samaria, the cradle of the birth of the Jewish people.

In other words, within the State of Israel, more than one million Arab citizens can live, but within an Arab state in Judea and Samaria, there is no identical right.

This is the hypocrisy that has been the basis of useless discussions with the “Palestinians” to date. Now they are required to recognize Israel’s right to sovereignty over all Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and East Jerusalem.

A concession at this point is another concession to a significant Islamic principle that neither Jews, nor Christians, nor any other religion, is entitled to an independent political definition in the territory they consider to be Muslim territory.

5. Consent to full Israeli military control west of Jordan river, that is, full Israeli military control over all Judea and Samaria territories) – Consistently, over the last hundred years, the Arabs have very clearly defined their aspirations and have never strayed from it: the elimination of the State of Israel.

All of their political conduct, their disapproval of countless compromises, terrorism, the encouragement of terrorism, the glorification of murderers, the keeping of refugee camps, the education of Israel’s hatred, and all their actions, should be judged according to their primary purpose which has never deviated from it.

Consent to Israeli military control throughout Judea and Samaria expands the ground below their primary goal: the elimination of the State of Israel.

Agreeing to this section condemns their existence as a separate “Palestinian” nationality, which in the first place was intended to erase Jewish existence from the Land of Israel or at most, to allow it in the same format as Jews in Arab countries, as inferior citizens notwithstanding Islam.

6. Recognition of Israel as a Jewish State – To date, the “Palestinians” have refused to recognize the right of Jews to self-determination even in the areas of Tel Aviv and central Israel, areas that seemingly have no controversy, while claiming another Arab state on top of the 16 existing Arabic countries in the Middle East.

Again, as stated in previous paragraphs, agreeing to recognize the right of Jews to self-determination on an area considered Islamic is a violation of a principle of Islam.

7. Stop the incitement in the education system – the “Palestinian” education system in Judea and Samaria, regularly engaging in anti-Semitic content and inciting against Jews, encouraging the murder of Jews, glorifying terrorists who murdered women and children and turning them into heroes and role models for their younger generation.


8. Acknowledgment of the new borders – The “Palestinians” have never acknowledged any Israeli border. They never accepted the presence of the Jews in the Land of Israel, although the vast majority emigrated to the Land of Israel following the wilderness flourishing of the Jews and creating opportunities for a livelihood for them.

The facts are well known, the Arabs refused any compromise or partition resolution of the Land of Israel while the Jews agreed to any compromise (Peel Commission in 1937, United Nations Partition Decision in 1948).

Former Prime Ministers Ehud Barak and Ehud Olmert’s proposals to hand over all of Judea and Samaria in exchange for ending the conflict (promiscuous decisions that were fortunately rejected by them). The Arabs have never, at any point, recognized any border of the State of Israel.

9. Protecting human rights – The Palestinian Authority, like the other Arab states, is a tyranny ruled by a single and non-selected ruler. The treatment of human rights in the “Palestinian Authority” is not so different from the attitude of human rights in other Arab states, that is, there is no respect to human rights.

The phrase human rights is only used to attack Israel. The meaning of human rights for the “Palestinian Authority” is only in the political context of a political and legal war against Israel.

Arab society in Judea and Samaria oppresses the dwindling Christian population. Anyone who sells land to Jews, can be murdered or imprisoned and tortured in prison by the Palestinian Authority. Women are inferior to men. Homosexuals are exposed to capital punishment or murder.

Jews living in Judea and Samaria are in constant danger due to stone throwing on the roads on passing cars and all with the encouragement of the Palestinian Authority.


10. Termination of Salary Payments for Terrorists – As noted, Jewish murders are probably the biggest consensus in the Arab society between the Fatah terrorist organization (Abu Mazen) and Islamic terrorist organizations of Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

Even when the PA suffers financial distress, it still continues to transfer millions of dollars each month to pay salaries to prisoners convicted by Israel for terrorist activities. To the horror of many, the more the killer murdered Jews, even if they were babies, young children, women, he would receive a higher salary.

To summarize the list of demands from the Palestinians, as far as it seems reasonable and just to stop encouraging terror, stop educating hatred, stop handing over salaries to murderers, recognizing Israel’s right to be a Jewish state, etc …

Each of these demands contradicts another element of the existence of the Palestinian story whose sole purpose was in the first place, eliminate the State of Israel. As mentioned before in this article, between 1948 and 1967, the Gaza Strip was part of Egypt, and Judea and Samaria were under Jordanian control, and no one sought or thought of establishing a Palestinian state. For the simple reason that this was not necessary, since they are Muslim Arabs from Egypt, or Western Saudi Arabia, or from Syria and Jordan.

Therefore, the likelihood that the “Palestinians” will accept Donald Trump’s peace plan is close to zero.

According the deal of the century, what the “Palestinians” get?

1. The right to live in peace, a peaceful and quiet life – Trump has offered billions of dollars. He stated the United States would stand by them, support them and help them develop financially.

However, since the 1990s, the “Palestinians” have received billions of dollars that evaporated without leaving any inhibitions. Despite the huge amount of money, nothing has changed in infrastructure, welfare, industry, medicine. The whole money evaporated. So if they get another $50 billion, or they don’t get another $50 billion, that effect on the public will hardly be felt anyway.

2. The right to declare an independent state within the defined conditions – They had opportunities in 1937, in 1948, between 1948 and 1967, in the early 2000s (Ehud Barak’s proposal), towards the end of the 2000s (Ehud Olmert’s proposal).

If declaring independence was of interest to them, it would have happened long ago, on one of the countless opportunities they had. But as this article states, the purpose of the “Palestinians”, according to their statements and actions and not according to false and illusory imaginations, was never to declare independence and the existence of a “Palestinian” state but the destruction of the State of Israel. And if this mission is not achievable, declaring independence is meaningless

What will Arab states do?

In short, the Arab states will do nothing. The Arab states invented the “Palestinian problem”. The Arab states invented “Palestinian refugees” by preserving them for decades in refugee camps.

They did not allow them to be assimilated into the local population that is completely religious, ethnic and cultural to them. While little Israel rehabilitated a million Jewish refugees fleeing Arab countries, the vast Arab world chose to preserve the “Palestinian problem” as a weapon of war and consciousness against Israel, until this problem became a double-edged sword against them.

The “Palestinian problem” has become the barrier of Arab states in building normal relations with the State of Israel. Israel’s economic, technological and military power, under the leadership of one of its greatest leaders ever, Benjamin Netanyahu, has made it a coveted partner for the Sunni Arab states, in the ancient Sunni-Shiite struggle between them and the Iranian state of terror.

They same “Palestinian weapon” they built against Israel, becoming a weapon aimed at them as well, threaten their interests and compromise their security and ability to do everything they can to protect themselves.

The dramatic meeting between Netanyahu and the Sudanese leader in February 2020 is proof of the tectonic change undergone by the Arab world, in relation to Israel and the problem it created against Israel: the Palestinian problem. Sudan, a Muslim Arab state, was one of the most hostile to the State of Israel. It represented a rigid and uncompromising line, and the circumstances led it to a dramatic change in relation to Israel.

In such a situation, Arab countries long for a solution that will solve the problem they created with their own hands. But it must be concluded that the Arab states in the Middle East are dictatorial Islamic states.

Islam does not recognize the right of Jews, Christians or any other religion to be dominant in a Muslim-dominated region. Ilsam does not recognize the right of the Jews to the state.

For Islam, Jews should continue to live as they had lived before, as inferior subjects under Islamic protection and not as equals to Muslims. Therefore, there is a built-in dissonance between the wishes of the rulers of a number of Arab states to normalize with Israel and their public who live by the laws of Islam.

Any action taken will attempt to manipulate these two things. At the announcement of the program, during the speeches by US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Gulf Ambassadors: Bahrain, Oman, and the UAE were present.

What is the prospect of The Deal Of The Century to succeed?

What is special about Donald Trump’s peace plan is the reversal of the equation that has been common in the international community for decades, and has been aggressively promoted by the Israeli left. According to the traditional equation, Israel is the one who constantly has to give up and the “Palestinians” have been asked to agree and accept.

Agree to get a state. Agree to receive portions of the right of return. Agree to get massive financial aid. Agree that Jews also have a right to the state. Agree not to murder Jews and so on.

Now, the “Palestinians” are the ones who are required to give up the right of return, the Old City of Jerusalem, the Jordan Valley, the evacuation of Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria and East of Jerusalem, the building of military force, the demilitarization of the Gaza Strip, the cessation of anti-Semitic incitement in the education system, the cessation of payroll payments to terrorists, etc. ..

The State of Israel is the recipient of American consent to apply its sovereignty to Judea and Samaria, East Jerusalem (Jewish neighborhoods), and to apply sovereignty in the Jordan Valley.

In addition, in the current plan, the rejection by the Arabs would be meaningless for the implementation of the plan. The State of Israel will be able to move forward with the measures approved by the United States, apply its sovereignty to settling in Judea and Samaria, and develop these areas as it has long deserved.

According to recent reports, Abu Mazen vulgarized the President of the United States when he heard about the plan; then he denied it. In any case, this was not the first time he had cursed the President of the United States.

In another statement he gave, quite predictably, he expressed his absolute opposition to the plan, continuing the line adopted by the Arabs more than a century ago: absolute opposition to any compromise that includes the existence of an independent Jewish state.

So, despite the generous US president’s bidding for a whopping $ 50 billion, nothing unusual will happen in terms of the Palestinians’ regular conduct.

The conditions put in place by US President Donald Trump are unbearable for them. Support for Jewish murderers is part of the founding ethos of “Palestinian” society in Judea and Samaria. Streets are named after them, their posters hanging everywhere.

If released from prison, instead of being denounced and ostracized, they are being honored and presented as a role model. Anti-Semitic incitement in the “Palestinian” education system is a cornerstone of the education for future generations. Protecting human rights in the way it perceives Western society is contrary to the laws of Islam.

Recognition of the State of Israel as a Jewish state is also contrary to the laws of Islam, since neither Jews nor any other religion, defined as infidels, may hold political independence in an area considered Islamic.

Therefore, the “Palestinians” are likely to do everything possible to undermine the plan. And they won’t be alone in that goal. The Israeli left, completely enslaved to the “Palestinian” narrative, has adopted the demands of the “Palestinians” as the basis for any agreement, even demands that could lead to the end of the State of Israel. They will cooperate with the “Palestinians” to help the plan fail.

But that would not be enough. What will probably determine the fate of the plan is the results of the election in the State of Israel and the results of the election in the United States in about a year. If Netanyahu remains Prime Minister, it is likely an immediate implementation of the plan will begin, without the Palestinians’ consent. If the left, led by Benny Gantz, comes to power, with the support of the Arab parties, the plan is destined for failure.

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