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by Jordan Hilger, Worthy News Correspondent
(Worthy News) – The US administration of President Donald Trump will release its “Deal of the Century” peace plan at twelve noon on Tuesday, in a move that has received surprising approbation from both leftist Israeli opposition leader Benny Gantz and Sunni Arab states Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
Gantz on Monday spoke of having concluded a “superb meeting” with Trump that unveiled a “significant and historic milestone” in the peace plan, with Trump himself claiming that “many of the Arab nations have agreed to it,” though Palestinian support was still forthcoming.
“They probably won’t want it initially. I think in the end they will,” he said. “I think in the end they’re going to want it. It’s very good for them. In fact, it’s overly good to them.”
The plan reportedly carves out a Palestinian state that is demilitarized, without air space, and incapable of making international agreements or treaties, while giving Israel a green light on all West Bank and Jordan valley settlements.
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