Trump to give Mideast peace plan, unlikely to satisfy all parties given Trump’s pro-israel bias

Finding a lasting solution to the never-ending quagmire of Israeli occupation has one one of President Trump's main promises. However, Trump's obvious tilt towards Israel, his recognition of Jerusalem as Isreal's capital and inaugurating a US Embassy there - with innocent Palestinians being killed merely miles away, suggests that Trump's so-called 'peace plan' will be unacceptable to all parties. Will Trump find a solution or are the persecuted Palestinians sentenced to remain refugees in their own homeland? Only time will tell.

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US President Donald Trump said Thursday he will release a long-delayed plan for Mideast peace.

Finding a lasting solution to the never-ending quagmire of Israeli occupation has been one of President Trump’s main campaign promises.

However, Trump’s obvious tilt towards Israel, his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and inaugurating a US Embassy there – with innocent Palestinians being killed merely miles away, suggests that Trump’s so-called ‘peace plan’ will be unacceptable to all parties.

The decision to open an embassy in Jerusalem – the second most Holy City for muslims, infuriated leaders all over the world, with President Erdogan giving a fiery speech against it and calling for an emergency OIC meeting to address the problem. Even China and Russia supported the call for East Jerusalem as Palestine’s capital.

US President Donald Trump said Thursday he will release a long-delayed plan for Mideast peace before a meeting in Washington next week with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Palestinians have been devoid of a place to call home with the unlawful Israeli occupation having been there for almost a century.

Time is running out to find a peaceful solution to the problem, one can only hope that the world at large realizes the intensity of the matter at hand and find a fair way forward.

Will Trump find a solution or are the persecuted Palestinians sentenced to remain refugees in their own homeland? Looks like the latter is more likely.

GVS News Desk with additional input from AFP


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