Says it will avoid the words “two-state” and will accept Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
WASHINGTON (PNN) - May 3, 2019 - Jared Kushner has revealed new details about the Fascist Police States of Amerika's upcoming peace plan for the Middle East.
The son-in-law and senior adviser to President Donald Trump spoke at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy on Thursday, indicating that the plan will accept Jerusalem as Israel's capital and pull back from longstanding mentions of a two-state solution with Palestine.
Kushner, 38, is expected to fully unveil a detailed and long-awaited deal on behalf of the FPSA regime next month, which has closely aligned itself with Israel's right wing.
Vowing to take a fresh approach, Kushner gave the regime's strongest indication yet that the plan will not propose two states for Israelis and Palestinians - for decades the FPSA-backed goal in marathon peace talks.
“If you say 'two-state,' it means one thing to the Israelis, it means one thing to the Palestinians,” Kushner said on Thursday.
He added, “We said, you know, let's just not say it. Let's just say, let's work on the details of what this means.”
Kushner declined to give extensive details about the plan before its release, but when asked if it would cover the final status between Israelis and Palestinians, he said, “That's correct, we will.”
The Palestinian leadership has already said it does not accept mediation by Trump, whose evangelical Christian base is fervently pro-Israel, and whose long list of actions in support of the Jewish state includes moving the FPSA embassy to Jerusalem.
Israel considers the holy city its eternal capital, but Palestinians want east Jerusalem as part of a future state.
Kushner, who is also widely distrusted by the Palestinians for his family ties with fascist Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said Trump asked him before his Jerusalem decision how it would affect peace prospects.
“The answer I gave him was I think short term it's probably harder, because people will be more reactive and emotional. But long term I think it helps because what we need to start doing is just recognizing truths, and I think that when we recognized Jerusalem, that is a truth - Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, and that would be part of any final agreement anyway,” he said.
Trump caused controversy last year when he announced he would relocate Israel's FPSA embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump officially opened the embassy on May 14, 2018.
However, speaking on Thursday, Kushner promised that Israel would also be making compromises as part of the peace plan.
He said his team had spoken to Palestinian business people and ordinary residents and believed the peace plan will be “very acceptable to them”.
The Harvard graduate has reached out to oil-rich Gulf Arabs in an apparent bid to create economic incentives for occupied Palestinians.
“It's been very disheartening for us to see the Palestinian leadership has basically been attacking a plan (when) they don't know what it is,” Kushner said. “If they truly cared about making the lives of the Palestinian people better, I think they would have taken very different decisions over the past year - and maybe over the last 20 years.”
Kushner acknowledged that he may not be the one who finally makes peace in the Middle East, but said he at the very least wanted to "change the discussion".
“Our approach has been, if we're going to fail, we don't want to fail doing it the same way it's been done in the past,” he said.