posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 12:55 AM
Hamas and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas have reportedly agreed on a set of plans aimed at establishing an independent Palestinian state. The
plans have been split into three parts:
1) Allowing the USA to construct a proposed map of Palestinian borders within a period of 4 months, with the goal of obtaining Israeli support. If
both parties agree to the proposed map, negotiation will begin and Israel would have to provide a map of their proposed territory.
2) If (1) fails, The Palestinian leadership will engage the UN, with the support of Arab nations, to seek the eviction of “Israel from the land of
3) If both (1) and (2) fail, Palestine will seek to join international treaties, including the International Criminal Court, and file charges of war
crimes against individuals within the Israeli government.
The plans were approved by the PLO last week, and interestingly enough, the plans were agreed to by both Hamas and Abbas. Many like to point out that
Hamas seeks only the destruction of Israel and will not negotiate. The above proposals seem to indicate that Hamas has sought to alter their political
objectives, which is a welcome change.
Israel's not going to be happy!