US President Trump has often been on the record saying that he wants to take a different path than his predecessors for resolving the decades-long Israel-Palestinian crisis.
This also involves severe repercussions if either the Palestinian Authority, Hamas or Israel don’t accept the peace deal, according to the Middle East Monitor.
The report says that if the Palestinian Authority refuses the deal, the US will not only pull back their financial support to them but will also pressure other countries to do the same.
If Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas signs the deal but not Hamas than the US will fully back Israel in a war on the Gaza Strip.
If Israel refuses the deal, the US would cut off any financial support to the Jewish State.
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and special advisor to the president has already confirmed that the plan will be released in June, after the month of Ramadan.
Kushner, who had been tasked nearly two years ago to form the Mideast plan has described the plan as based on four core principles: freedom, respect, security, and opportunities.
It has already been leaked that the Trump Administration’s peace plan for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will not include the establishment of a Palestinian state.
Instead, the plan promotes the provision of great economic opportunities for the Palestinians and Israeli control in the disputed territories.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has already preemptively rejected the peace plan, “We opposed this deal in the first place because it took Al-Quds out of Palestine, so we did not want the rest of the plan because there is no state without Al-Quds, and there will be neither a state in Gaza nor a state without Gaza.”
“Why does President Trump want to talk about any solution or any issue after he transferred the embassy to Al-Quds and recognized Al-Quds as the capital of Israel? Therefore, I don’t think there is any sense in talking with him.” Abbas said.
According to the report the plan promotes the provision of great economic opportunities for the Palestinians and Israeli control in the disputed territories.
Abbas’s words were translated into action when he refused a 10 billion dollar offer from Saudi Arabia to accept the peace plan.
According to the report by the Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar, the Saudi Crown Prince offered the Palestinians in exchange for accepting the peace deal $1 billion a year over 10 years. They also would provide approximately 4 billion dollars extra to expand control and support economic development in the West Bank’s Areas B and C.