۱۹ مرداد ۱۳۹۹ | Aug 9, 2020
Reported Draft of US deal: New Palestine, shared al-Quds, Saudi control of al-Aqsa

According to Al-Mayadeen’s report on Monday, Trump’s so-called peace plan — which he calls the “deal of the century” — would see a trilateral agreement signed between Israel, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Gaza-based Hamas resistance movement.

Hawzah News Agency - (Occupied Palestine) - A Lebanese TV network has published what it reported to be a draft of US President Donald Trump’s controversial deal on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which envisages the establishment of a “new Palestine,” with occupied al-Quds (Jerusalem) remaining under mostly Israeli control and Saudi Arabia replacing Jordan as the custodian of the al-Aqsa Mosque.

According to Al-Mayadeen’s report on Monday, Trump’s so-called peace plan — which he calls the “deal of the century” — would see a trilateral agreement signed between Israel, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Gaza-based Hamas resistance movement.

New Palestine

Under the deal, a “new Palestinian state” would be established in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, excluding the Israeli settlement blocs that would remain part of the occupied territories.

Shared al-Quds

Additionally,  al-Quds — whose eastern sector was occupied by Israel during the Six-Day War in 1967 and illegally annexed — would not be split but would rather be “shared” between Israel and the Palestinian state, with the Arab population of the city becoming residents of Palestine.

The al-Quds municipality would become responsible for the entire city, while the Palestinian state would be responsible for education and would pay the Israeli municipality taxes and utilities.

Jews would not be allowed to purchase Arab homes and vice versa, while no additional areas would be annexed to al-Quds and the city’s holy sites would preserve their status quo.

Al-Aqsa custodianship shifts to Riyadh

Meanwhile, the al-Aqsa Mosque, which is currently administered by the Waqf — an arm of the Jordanian Ministry of Sacred Properties — will be placed under Saudi Arabia’s control.

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