Trump Israel Peace Agreement

The State of Palestine will not have the right to forge intelligence or security agreements with a state or organization that affect the security of the State of Israel, as defined by the State of Israel. “The State of Israel and the Republic of Sudan have agreed on peace,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Trump for the result over the phone and said, “We are expanding the circle of peace so quickly with your leaders.” Trump replied, “There are many, many others.” According to Israel Kasnett of the Jewish News Union, political changes in the United States between 2017 and 2019 are considered a paradigm shift by the Mideast Experts and Israel advocates. [56] Jane Kinninmont, who writes for Haaretz, argues that the “new” approach to economic peace has already been attempted and is not working. [57] When the plan appeared, Yehuda Shaul argued that the proposals, far from being an “unconventional approach” that broke with tradition, were in fact remarkably similar to the details of the Drobles Plan, published in the Drobles Plan, written for the World Zionist Organization, and more than 40 years earlier, 1979, entitled Master Plan for the Development of Colonies in Judea and Samaria. 1979-1983, and key elements of the old Allon plan. [58] The objective of the Drobles plan was to secure Jewish settlement in the Palestinian territories while blocking the possibility that a Palestinian state could one day emerge. [58] Former US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that Benjamin Netanyahu showed Donald Trump a falsified and modified video of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas requesting the killing of children on May 22, 2017. It was at a time when Trump was thinking about whether Israel was the obstacle to peace. Netanyahu had shown the fake video to Trump to change his position in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. [59] As part of the agreement, Morocco will establish full diplomatic relations and resume official contacts with Israel. Palestine has been recognized as a state by 138 UN members and has been a UN observer state since 2012. [33] [34] [35] Israel, the United States and most Western countries do not recognize Palestine as a state.

The United Nations uses the terms “Palestine,” “State of Palestine” and “Occupied Palestinian Territory” (oPt or OPT) interchangeably depending on the context. In practical terms, the term “occupied Palestinian territory” refers to the geographical area of the Palestinian territory occupied by Israel since 1967. References to land or territory refer to land claimed by the State of Palestine. [36] [a] Dubuisson asserts that the UN resolutions “define all the principles that should guide the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” and that the Trump Plan does not apply or mention any of these principles which, on the contrary, is not the basis of Israel`s security concerns and the recognition of its “valid legal and historical claims.” [31] Nickolay Mladenov, unsealed UN special coordinator for the Middle East peace process since 2015, draws attention to the dangers inherent in the current situation: “There is no peace process in the Middle East.” [39] Historically, Arab countries have conditioned peace talks with Israel on the withdrawal of territories occupied during the 1967 war and the creation of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital. The Trump plan was presented by Kushner as the best option for future developments: “Palestinian leaders must ask themselves a question: do they want to have a state? Do you want a better life? If they do, we will have created a framework for them to have it, and we will treat them with great respect.

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