• Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022

Here’s Trump’s vision for what the borders may look like


On Tuesday night, US President Donald Trump finally unveiled his long-awaited plan for peace between Israelis and Palestinians.

Click here to download Trump’s peace plan.

In his speech, Trump said, among other things, that Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz had approved his vision as a basis for negotiations, writes the Times of Israel.

The peace plan includes maps where Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are a single entity. There are a number of numbered “Israeli enclave communities” in the West Bank, areas marked and reserved for a future Palestinian state, a tunnel between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, access roads and other functions.

The nearest area west and north of the Dead Sea and the entire Jordan Valley between the Dead Sea and further up to the Sea of ​​Galilee will basically belong to Israel.

The map shows the future Palestinian state (in green) as proposed in Trump’s peace plan.

The map shows what Israel’s borders may look like according to Trump’s peace plan.

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