Photo Credit: Matty Stern/U.S. Embassy Jerusalem
Ambassador David Friedman and envoys Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem, June 22, 2018.

In a closed meeting held in London last Wednesday, US White House Envoy Jason Greenblatt allegedly warned that, “Neither side is going to like everything written in the peace plan, and there will be a need to compromise,” according to a report on Israel’s Channel 10.


Greenblatt said at the event, organized by the UK Association for the Wellbeing of Israel’s Soldiers, that President Trump will be releasing his peace plan “soon.” Soon could be as early as this December.

The exact date for the release is still undecided. The looming possibility of early Israeli elections is likely affecting the decision on when to release it. The details of the peace plan may not yet even be finalized. Greenblatt met with Prime Minister Netanyahu last Sunday, in Jerusalem.

Greenblatt asked that the peace plan, the contents of which are still unknown, be judged based on what it’s supposed to be, a proposal for a complete solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Interim solutions, Greenblatt said, have not worked, the US won’t invest time in them anymore as they “do not improve the lives of Palestinians, but only prolong the cycle of suffering and violence.”

Greenblatt added, “We are sure that if both sides agree to enter negotiations, they will understand why we reached the conclusions that will be presented in the peace plan.”

Israelis certainly understand from bitter experience that peace plans with the “Palestinians” don’t work either, and always lead to increased Arab and Islamic terror, resulting in more Israeli deaths, suffering and violence.