Analyzing the Deal of the Century

In analyzing the Deal of the Century, I looked to others' opinions on President Trump's plan for a "Palestinian State." With all attempts and failures of the past, I asked myself how this plan would be any different in its response from the Palestinian Authority and the violence it would generate from them and Hamas, the Iranian proxy in Gaza. My immediate reaction was the fear of more rockets and IED balloons launched from Gaza into the southern areas of Israel; the chaos and trauma a tipping point for Israeli citizens. Then the Israel Defense Force response, more damage to their infrastructure but not changing anything. Just more fodder for mainstream media to distort Israel's false standing as 'occupier?'  That was a simple response. There is more to look at.

A must read is Caroline Glick's article: The Oslo blood libel is over.  She outlines the key points of the Deal of the Century and says that the twenty-seven year nightmare of the Oslo Accords are over.
"When you read the Trump plan closely, you realize it is a mirror image of the Oslo Accords. Rather than Israel being required to prove its good will, the Palestinians are required to prove their commitment to peace." 

 The Security Ramifications of the Oslo Accords


What about Iran's reaction? Seth Franzman, another person's analysis I trust, writes that Iran's Quds Force vows to oppose Trump's 'Deal of the Century.' After the killing of the Iranian Major General Soleimani on January 3, 2020, Iran needs to show they still have strength. 

Reaction from the Arab world has been mixed. The Saudi's have not condemned the plan.



Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the Palestinian Authority immediately rejected the new peace plan, has now cut off all security and intelligence agreements with Israel and United States. 

I urge all readers to research these issues and avoid the mainstream media's bias.