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PostPosted: Tue 11 Sep - 00:26 (2018)    Post subject: TRUMP PUNIT LES PALESTINIENS EN FERMANT LEUR MISSION A WASHINGTON / EGYPT_ ARAB LEAGUE HITS OUT AT WASHINGTON OVER CUTS TO UNRWA FUNDING Reply with quote

PREPARE FOR THE COMING GLOBAL CONFLICT - THE JESUITS/ZIONISTS AGAINST THE JESUITS MUSLIMS

TRUMP PUNIT LES PALESTINIENS EN FERMANT LEUR MISSION A WASHINGTON



La drapeau palestinien flotte sur le bâtiment accueillant le bureau de la représentation palestinienne à Washington, le 18 janvier 2011 / © AFP/Archives / NICHOLAS KAMM

Les Etats-Unis ont annoncé lundi la fermeture du bureau de représentation palestinienne à Washington, accusant les dirigeants palestiniens de refuser de parler à l'administration de Donald Trump et d'engager des négociations de paix avec Israël.

Mais les responsables palestiniens, qui ont gelé tout contact avec le gouvernement américain depuis que le président des Etats-Unis a unilatéralement reconnu, fin 2017, Jérusalem comme capitale d'Israël, ont aussitôt dénoncé de nouvelles "menaces américaines".

"L'Organisation de libération de la Palestine (OLP) n'a pris aucune mesure pour permettre le début de négociations directes et significatives avec Israël", a déclaré la porte-parole du département d'Etat américain Heather Nauert dans un communiqué.

"Au contraire, les dirigeants de l'OLP ont condamné le plan de paix américain sans même l'avoir encore vu et ont refusé de parler avec le gouvernement américain au sujet de ses efforts de paix", a-t-elle ajouté. En conséquence, "l'administration a décidé que le bureau de l'OLP à Washington allait fermer pour l'instant", a-t-elle annoncé.

La fermeture de cette mission, qui fait office d'ambassade de l'Autorité palestinienne aux Etats-Unis, est justifiée juridiquement par les démarches palestiniennes visant à traîner les dirigeants israéliens devant la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) pour "crimes de guerre".

Mais le département d'Etat a clairement fait le lien avec le processus de paix et cette décision s'ajoute à une rafale de mesures prises ces dernières semaines par l'administration Trump: annulation de plus de 200 millions de dollars d'aide bilatérale, arrêt du financement de l'agence onusienne de soutien aux réfugiés palestiniens (UNWRA), suppression de 25 millions de dollars d'assistance aux hôpitaux palestiniens de Jérusalem-Est.

Les Palestiniens ne "succomberont pas aux menaces américaines" et ne fléchiront ni dans leur attitude vis-à-vis de l'administration Trump, ni dans leurs efforts pour faire juger les crimes commis selon eux par les dirigeants israéliens, a répondu le numéro deux de l'OLP, Saëb Erakat.

Le représentant palestinien à Washington, Hossam Zomlot, informé lundi matin de cette nouvelle mesure, a dénoncé une "dangereuse escalade".

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L'administration Trump "fait la liste des commissions que lui a soumise" le Premier ministre Benjamin Netanyahu, a encore accusé M. Zomlot auprès de journalistes à Ramallah. "La liste comprend Jérusalem, la question des réfugiés, le droit au retour" de ces réfugiés, "les colonies, Gaza et la partition de Gaza et de la Cisjordanie", a-t-il dit.

Les Palestiniens ont vu dans la décision américaine sur Jérusalem, en rupture avec des décennies de consensus international, la négation de leurs revendications sur Jérusalem-Est, annexée et occupée par Israël, et dont ils veulent faire la capitale de l'Etat auquel ils aspirent.

Ils y voient aussi le summum du parti pris pro-israélien de Donald Trump.



Le responsable palestinien Saeb Erakat lors d'un entretien avec l'AFP, le 28 novembre 2016 à Ramallah, en Cisjordanie occupée / © AFP/Archives / ABBAS MOMANI

La Maison Blanche s'efforce à présent de pousser les Palestiniens à revenir à la table des négociations, à ses conditions, alors que l'entreprise de paix est enlisée depuis avril 2014 et qu'un mystérieux plan promis depuis des mois par Washington se fait attendre.

Ce plan, concocté par une petite équipe menée par le gendre et conseiller du président américain, Jared Kushner, "est en train d'être peaufiné et nous cherchons le meilleur moment pour le présenter", a expliqué lundi le conseiller à la sécurité nationale John Bolton. "C'est un plan extraordinairement ambitieux", a-t-il vanté, appelant le président palestinien Mahmoud Abbas à parler aux Israéliens.

"Nous voulons la paix", a aussi martelé la porte-parole de la Maison Blanche, Sarah Sanders.

Mais Donald Trump a clairement expliqué comment il entendait tordre le bras des Palestiniens.

Les Etats-Unis versaient aux Palestiniens "d'énormes sommes d'argent", a-t-il dit la semaine passée. "Je dis, +vous aurez l'argent mais nous ne vous paierons pas avant que nous ayons conclu un accord. Si nous ne concluons pas d'accord, nous ne payons pas+", a-t-il ajouté.

"Je n'ai jamais vu une administration soutenir Israël de manière si inconditionnelle tout en s'attaquant si durement aux Palestiniens, sans logique, sans but et sans justification de sécurité nationale", a critiqué sur Twitter Aaron David Miller, ancien diplomate américain et négociateur dans plusieurs administrations démocrates comme républicaines.

Loin de céder, les Palestiniens comptent redoubler d'efforts contre Israël devant la CPI, a prévenu Hossam Zomlot.

Les Palestiniens ont soumis à la CPI, depuis leur adhésion en 2015, plusieurs dossiers sur les crimes commis selon eux par les dirigeants israéliens, en particulier lors de la guerre de Gaza en 2014, ou ceux liés à la colonisation, comme les transferts forcés de population.

Contrairement à la Palestine, Israël n'est pas membre de la CPI et dit ne pas être tenu de coopérer avec elle. Les Israéliens sont catégoriquement opposés à une intervention de la justice internationale et font valoir que leur système judiciaire est capable de rendre la justice, y compris pour d'éventuels crimes de guerre israéliens.

(©AFP / (10 septembre 2018 22h39)

https://www.romandie.com/news/ZOOM-Trump-punit-les-Palestiniens-en-fermant-…


EGYPT_ ARAB LEAGUE HITS OUT AT WASHINGTON OVER CUTS TO UNRWA FUNDING



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PostPosted: Tue 18 Sep - 13:04 (2018)    Post subject: L’ENVOYE DE LA PALESTINE AUX USA ET SA FAMILLE FORCES DE QUITTER «IMMEDIATEMENT» LE PAYS Reply with quote

PREPARATION POUR LE CONFLIT GLOBAL - LES JESUITES SIONISTES CONTRE LES JESUITES MUSULMANS

L’ENVOYE DE LA PALESTINE AUX USA ET SA FAMILLE FORCES DE QUITTER «IMMEDIATEMENT» LE PAYS


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10:13 17.09.2018

Après avoir fermé la mission palestinienne à Washington, les autorités américaines ont demandé à l’envoyé palestinien aux États-Unis, Husam Zomlot, et à sa famille de quitter «immédiatement» le pays.

L'envoyé palestinien aux États-Unis, Husam Zomlot, a déclaré que son permis de résidence et celui des membres de sa famille avaient été annulés et que ses comptes bancaires avaient été fermés suite à la décision de l'administration Trump de fermer le bureau de l'Organisation de libération de la Palestine (OLP) à Washington.


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Un Palestinien armé d'un couteau tue un Israélien en Cisjordanie

Le responsable a déclaré à la chaîne al-Mayadeen que les autorités américaines lui avaient ordonné, ainsi qu'à sa famille, de quitter le pays «immédiatement». Le visa de l'envoyé ainsi que ceux des membres de sa famille ont été révoqués malgré le fait qu'ils étaient valides jusqu'en 2022, selon The Times of Israel. Husam Zomlot a également noté que les autorités américaines ont fermé des comptes bancaires privés et des comptes professionnels de l'OLP à Washington.

Auparavant, l'envoyé de l'OLP à Washington, Husam Zomlot, a dénoncé vendredi l'annulation par l'administration Trump de 200 millions de dollars d'aide aux Palestiniens, disant que cet acte était «anti-paix».

Washington avait alors annoncé qu'à la demande du président Donald Trump, «plus de 200 millions de dollars initialement prévus pour des programmes en Cisjordanie et dans la bande de Gaza» seraient redirigés vers «des programmes hautement prioritaires ailleurs».

En janvier dernier, les États-Unis avaient déjà drastiquement coupé leur contribution à l'agence de l'Onu pour les réfugiés palestiniens (UNRWA).

Les relations entre Washington et la Palestine sont dans la tourmente depuis l'annonce par Donald Trump, fin 2017, de sa reconnaissance de Jérusalem comme capitale d'Israël.

https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201809171038115051-palestine-usa-v…


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PostPosted: Wed 26 Sep - 03:31 (2018)    Post subject: ABBAS : PALESTINE READY TO ENTER PEACE TALKS WITH ISRAEL Reply with quote

ABBAS : PALESTINE READY TO ENTER PEACE TALKS WITH ISRAEL

September 22, 2018 at 1:26 pm | Published in: Europe & Russia, France, Israel, Middle East, News, Palestine

 

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (2nd R) is escorted by French president Emmanuel Macron (2nd L) as he leaves at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France on September 21, 2018. ( Mustafa Yalçın - Anadolu Agency )

September 22, 2018 at 1:26 pm

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday voiced readiness to resume peace talks with Israel, either behind closed doors or in public.

Speaking at a joint press conference in Paris with French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, Abbas said: “We’re ready for negotiations with Israel — either in public or behind closed doors — with the [Middle East] Quartet as sponsor.”

The so-called Middle East “Quartet” is comprised of the US, Russia, the UN and the EU.

“The Palestinians haven’t rejected negotiations,” Abbas asserted. “[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu is the one who has derailed the peace process.”

Later in the day, French Presidency issued a statement on the meeting between the two leaders, noting the French leader reiterated that his country is attached to the two-states solution.

Macron “reiterated the full commitment of France to resume the thread of dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis and confirmed to President Abbas the willingness of France to mobilize on the diplomatic field to change the situation that is no longer tenable,” according to the Elysee statement.

READ: PA to halt security cooperation if Israel agrees a truce with Hamas

Recalling the strict Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip, Macron emphasized “the need to do everything possible to improve the humanitarian situation.”

The leaders also discussed the ongoing talks, between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas under the auspices of Egypt, according to the statement.

Macron said France supports the talks to reach an intra-Palestinian reconciliation in a bid “to allow holding elections in the coming months” in Gaza, which is “an essential contribution to the establishment of a democratic Palestinian state”.

He also “reiterated his attachment to the security of Israel and at the same time the condemnation by France of the policy of Israeli colonization, which has continued and accelerated in recent months”.

Abbas arrived in Paris on Thursday at the invitation of Macron.

On Saturday, the Palestinian president will leave France for Ireland, before moving on to New York for a UN General Assembly meeting.

Palestine-Israel talks broke down in 2014, due largely to Israel’s refusal to stop building Jewish-only settlement units on confiscated Palestinian land.

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20180922-abbas-palestine-ready-to-enter-p…


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PostPosted: Wed 24 Oct - 02:06 (2018)    Post subject: TRUMPS TWO STATE SOLUTION GIVES PALESTINIANS EAST JERUSALEM? / ISRAEL SAID TO FEAR US PEACE PLAN INCLUDES JERUSALEM AS PALESTINIAN CAPITAL Reply with quote

TRUMPS TWO STATE SOLUTION GIVES PALESTINIANS EAST JERUSALEM?



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo3ng7kLogg

President Trump may be following right in to the Vatican protocol negotiated by Shimon Perez giving east Jerusalem to the Palestinians for capital while West Jerusalem would go to the Israelis. The times of Israel is reporting that Israel fears this is part of trumps plan. Yet he is Railey government has known all along the secret deal between Shimon Perez in the Vatican was to do exactly that divide the city.


ISRAEL SAID TO FEAR US PEACE PLAN INCLUDES JERUSALEM AS PALESTINIAN CAPITAL 

Yedioth Ahronoth reports upcoming announcement from the Trump administration could include a clause that would make the city a capital for both sides

By TOI staff 21 October 2018, 2:53 pm


A view of the Western Wall and the Dome of the Rock, some of the holiest sites for for Jews and Muslims, is seen in Jerusalem's Old City, December 6, 2017 (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)

Israel is reportedly concerned that the Trump administration is considering recognizing Jerusalem as the Palestinian as well as the Israeli capital in a bid to bring Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas back to the negotiating table.

That fear is born of an Israeli assessment that the administration sees getting a deal as a fairly simple task once both sides are at the negotiating table, the Yedioth Ahronoth daily reported Sunday.

“Trump wants a deal and he’s very serious,” a senior Israeli official told the paper. “To the Americans, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is relatively easy to solve.”

Sources told the newspaper that US-led talks between the two sides will work on a strategy of give and take: Anyone who comes to the table has to ante up a concession, one the other side agrees to. Anyone who doesn’t come to the table has to pay a penalty, and anyone who rejects the draft deal risks being put in a weaker position for the next round.


US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations General Assembly on September 26, 2018, at UN Headquarters (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

However according to the newspaper, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to ask the Americans to hold off on an announcement about the plan until after Israel goes to the polls in 2019, as any clause regarding the possibility of Jerusalem also being a Palestinian capital could cause him problems in his coalition as well as opening him up to attack from the right.

With regards to the upcoming US midterm elections in November, the report said that if the Republican Party weakens, the White House will ramp up pressure for a deal in the hopes of having a big foreign policy achievement to show voters ahead of the presidential elections in 2020.

Science Minister Ofir Akunis, in response to the report, said such a deal would be impossible.

“Jerusalem will never be a joint capital, and a Palestinian terror state will not be established in the West Bank, under any circumstances,” Akunis told Yedioth Ahronot. “If the Palestinians want to return to the negotiating table, it will be done without preconditions and clauses.”

Although the Trump administration has been touting its peace plan for months, details of it have been scarce, and the Palestinians have vowed not to cooperate with US efforts to implement it once it is announced.


Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, right, meets US President Donald Trump In the West Bank city of Bethlehem on May 23, 2017. (Fadi Arouri, Xinhua Pool via AP)

Abbas has said Trump’s policies toward the Palestinians, which have been seen as embracing many Israeli policy points, were an “assault on international law,” and has rejected Washington as a mediator in the peace talks.

The Palestinian Authority has boycotted the Trump administration since it recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital in December and announced it would move its embassy to the city. The Palestinians claim East Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 Six Day War, as the capital of their future state.

The US has made a number of other moves that have been denounced by the Palestinians, including the closure of the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s diplomatic mission in Washington over what it said was the Palestinians’ refusal to engage in peace talks with Israel.

Last week the State Department announced that it would bring its main diplomatic mission to the Palestinians under the auspices of the US Embassy to Israel in Jerusalem, an implicit downgrade of the facility’s status and a fresh blow to its already strained ties with the Palestinians.

Jewish-American billionaire Ronald Lauder was reportedly dispatched by Trump last week to meet with Abbas in a bid to encourage Ramallah’s return to peace talks.

According to a Hadashot TV news report Thursday, Lauder met with Abbas “behind Israel’s back” and without the knowledge of Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, the two White House officials in charge of the Israeli-Palestinian peace portfolio. The White House denied the report.

 Israel is reportedly concerned that the Trump administration is considering recognizing Jerusalem as the Palestinian as well as the Israeli capital in a bid to bring Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas back to the negotiating table.

That fear is born of an Israeli assessment that the administration sees getting a deal as a fairly simple task once both sides are at the negotiating table, the Yedioth Ahronoth daily reported Sunday.

“Trump wants a deal and he’s very serious,” a senior Israeli official told the paper. “To the Americans, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is relatively easy to solve.”

  Sources told the newspaper that US-led talks between the two sides will work on a strategy of give and take: Anyone who comes to the table has to ante up a concession, one the other side agrees to. Anyone who doesn’t come to the table has to pay a penalty, and anyone who rejects the draft deal risks being put in a weaker position for the next round.


US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations General Assembly on September 26, 2018, at UN Headquarters (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

However according to the newspaper, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to ask the Americans to hold off on an announcement about the plan until after Israel goes to the polls in 2019, as any clause regarding the possibility of Jerusalem also being a Palestinian capital could cause him problems in his coalition as well as opening him up to attack from the right.

With regards to the upcoming US midterm elections in November, the report said that if the Republican Party weakens, the White House will ramp up pressure for a deal in the hopes of having a big foreign policy achievement to show voters ahead of the presidential elections in 2020.

Science Minister Ofir Akunis, in response to the report, said such a deal would be impossible.

“Jerusalem will never be a joint capital, and a Palestinian terror state will not be established in the West Bank, under any circumstances,” Akunis told Yedioth Ahronot. “If the Palestinians want to return to the negotiating table, it will be done without preconditions and clauses.”

Although the Trump administration has been touting its peace plan for months, details of it have been scarce, and the Palestinians have vowed not to cooperate with US efforts to implement it once it is announced.


Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, right, meets US President Donald Trump In the West Bank city of Bethlehem on May 23, 2017. (Fadi Arouri, Xinhua Pool via AP)

Abbas has said Trump’s policies toward the Palestinians, which have been seen as embracing many Israeli policy points, were an “assault on international law,” and has rejected Washington as a mediator in the peace talks.

The Palestinian Authority has boycotted the Trump administration since it recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital in December and announced it would move its embassy to the city. The Palestinians claim East Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 Six Day War, as the capital of their future state.

The US has made a number of other moves that have been denounced by the Palestinians, including the closure of the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s diplomatic mission in Washington over what it said was the Palestinians’ refusal to engage in peace talks with Israel.

Last week the State Department announced that it would bring its main diplomatic mission to the Palestinians under the auspices of the US Embassy to Israel in Jerusalem, an implicit downgrade of the facility’s status and a fresh blow to its already strained ties with the Palestinians.

Jewish-American billionaire Ronald Lauder was reportedly dispatched by Trump last week to meet with Abbas in a bid to encourage Ramallah’s return to peace talks.

According to a Hadashot TV news report Thursday, Lauder met with Abbas “behind Israel’s back” and without the knowledge of Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, the two White House officials in charge of the Israeli-Palestinian peace portfolio. The White House denied the report.

Trump, who has called an Israeli-Palestinian accord the “ultimate deal,” said during his meeting with Netanyahu in September that the peace plan would be rolled out within the next four months.

https://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-said-to-fear-us-peace-plan-includes-je…


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct - 02:52 (2018)    Post subject: SHOCKER : "MODERATE" JORDAN PULLS OUT OF PEACE TREATY WITH ISRAEL Reply with quote

SHOCKER : "MODERATE" JORDAN PULLS OUT OF PEACE TREATY WITH ISRAEL


JORDAN STOPS PEACE TREATY WITH ISRAEL



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tM0J7_EDcpk&t=3s



By Pamela Geller - on October 21, 2018

The Jewish State signed a peace treaty.

Following in the footsteps of Muhammad in Mecca, Jordan signed a hudna – a deception, a cessation of hostilities during jihad, a retreat followed by regrouping and rearming, which permits an attack on the territory previously left behind.

During jihad, this amounted to a temporary truce.

Jordan’s decision to downgrade its peace treaty with Israel came as a complete surprise to Jerusalem, as it means the handing over of territories to the Jordanians.

By Jack Gold, World Israel News

Jordan announced Sunday its withdrawal from part of the 1994 peace agreement with Israel, saying the agricultural areas of Naharayim and Zofar in the Jordan Valley, cultivated by Israeli farmers over the past 25 years, will be reclaimed by the kingdom.

Jerusalem was reportedly shocked by the announcement, as it essentially constitutes a downgrade of the peace treaty between the two countries.

In fact, Naharayim – Hebrew for two rivers, as it is located between the Yarmuk and Jordan Rivers – was opened this year to Israeli visitors under the name “Island of Peace.”

“Al-Baqoura and Al-Ghamr [the Arabic names] have always been our top priority, and our decision is to end Al-Baqoura’s annexation and step away from the peace agreement based on our keenness to take whatever is necessary for Jordan and Jordanians,” Jordan’s King Abdullah II tweeted in Arabic on Sunday.

Israel returned the land to Jordan in 1994, however, according to the peace accord, Israelis were given private land ownership rights and property interests. The agreement would remain in force for 25 years and renewed automatically unless notice of termination was given by either party one year in advance. In such a case, at the request of either party, the details could be renegotiated.

The deadline for termination is October 25.

The Jordanian move was apparently prompted by pressure from within the kingdom. Many in Jordan have recently called on their government not to renew the agreement with Israel. The Jordan Bar Association sent an official letter to Prime Minister Omar a-Razzaz about the issue, while 87 out of 130 Jordanian parliament members, signed a request to carry out that body’s recommendation to cancel the lease.

Protesters marched in Amman on Friday demanding that Jordan reclaim sovereignty over the territories in question, while some urged Jordan to cancel the entire peace treaty with Israel.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not given up, saying Israel will negotiate the matter.

“Jordan has reserved the option to reclaim the area in Naharayim near the Jordan River and the Tzofar enclave in the Arava. We were told today that it seeks to exercise this option in the 25th year. We will go into negotiations with them on the option of extending the existing agreement,” Netanyahu said.

“There’s no doubt that in a general outlook, the entire treaty is a valuable asset, important to both countries,” he added.

Roller coaster relations
 
Relations between the two countries has been mixed. They signed a trade treaty in 1996 and in 2014, agreed to a $500 million natural gas deal effective for 15 years.

Israel’s security and intelligence ties with Jordan are more discreet but have likewise strengthened, especially since the Arab Spring uprisings in 2011 and the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS).

Relations have also hit some rocky spots in recent years, especially over Jewish access to the Temple Mount. Jordan has repeatedly demanded that Israel prevent religious Jews from entering Judaism’s holiest – and Islam’s third-holiest – site. It has recalled its ambassador over the issue in the past.

Moreover, the Jordanian people, comprised mostly of Palestinians, overwhelmingly reject any form of normalization with Israel.

https://gellerreport.com/2018/10/jordan-hudna.html/


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Oct - 14:50 (2018)    Post subject: US TO REVEAL ‘DEAL OF THE CENTURY’ TO ISRAEL NEXT WEEK Reply with quote

US TO REVEAL ‘DEAL OF THE CENTURY’ TO ISRAEL NEXT WEEK

October 27, 2018 at 2:31 pm | Published in: Asia & Americas, Israel, Middle East, News, Palestine, US


US President Donald Trump [Stringer/Anadolu Agency]

October 27, 2018 at 2:31 pm

Israeli public radio said on Friday that the US administration would reveal the details of its “Deal of the Century” to Israel next week.


US embassy might be moved to Jerusalem – Cartoon [Sabaaneh/MiddleEastMonitor]

US President Donald Trump’s envoy to the Middle East, Jason Greenblatt, is scheduled to travel to the region to meet with Israeli officials and reveal the details of the US plan, Quds Press reported.

The so-called ‘Deal of the Century’ is claimed by Trump’s Administration to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but has been seen as a way to push the Palestinians to make concessions. The relocation of the US embassy to Jerusalem was thought to be just one part of the plan.

OPINION: America wants to annul the legitimate Palestinian right to return

The Palestinian Authority (PA), along with all Palestinian factions, have voiced their rejection to the Deal. They condemned the relocation of the US embassy to Jerusalem and President Trump’s announcement that the city would act as the united capital of Israel.

The Deal is thought to aim to set up a regional alliance, including Israel and the Arab states, to fight those countries which reject US and Israeli policies in the Middle East, Quds Press said.

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20181027-us-to-reveal-deal-of-the-century…


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