US Peace Plan W or W/O Abbas
By Micah Halpern
Tuesday June 26, 2018
I've Been Thinking:
No doubt about it, imagining a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians without the Palestinians is hard to do.
And yet, that seems to be the direction things are going.
US President Trump's special advisor on the deal has made it perfectly clear in almost every way and at almost every opportunity - including in Palestinian media - that the US is headed in that direction. Jared Kushner, son-in-law and Middle East negotiator, told anyone who would listen that the US wants to include Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, but in order to be included, Abbas must agree to sit down and be part of the discussion. If not, then the US will pursue a deal without the Palestinians.
The idea is to take the deal to the masses.
The first step the US is taking is persuading Arab world leaders to become the defenders of the Palestinians. The masses of Palestinians will genuflect to the leaders of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
These leaders will urge the Palestinian masses along, convincing them that their local leaders are not acting in their best interests.
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