A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

 A Bridge for the World

Path of Peace

The Kingdom of Jerusalem, Israel, Palestine, and the Third Temple

Jerusalem can or will be the fully recognized capital of three nations:
Israel, Palestine and the Kingdom of Jerusalem

Peace be unto you,

My purpose of drafting this letter and submitting this Peace Proposal is to present an accommodating solution to the continuing conflict in the Middle East; as I see it, there will be no true peace in the world until the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved. This is one of the most important issues of our time and the first step to a world that can accept long-lasting peace.

I am not a scholar or a philosopher, I do not belong to a particular religious faith, nor do I represent a particular political party in my beliefs; what I am is just one human being that respects the rights of all human beings to live in peace and to prosper.   I have no enemies and I court no friends. There is not an agenda to my Proposal, merely a suggestion for a path to peace. Something must be done, or we, as the human race, will surely face further wars and conflict as it pertains to these issues.

Beginning with the issue of Jerusalem, archaeology indicates that the city was first inhabited during the 4th millenium BC, near the only perennial stream there, the Gihon. The first evidence of an urban settlement, in the shape of fortification walls, dates from the 18th century BC, roughly corresponding to the Middle Bronze Age. It is also at this time, that Jerusalem is mentioned in the Egyptian “execration” texts when the Egyptians ruled Canaan.

During its vast history, Jerusalem has been destroyed twice, besieged 23 times, attacked 52 times, and captured and recaptured 44 times. Jerusalem is also a holy city to the three major Abrahamic religions—Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Despite having an area of only 0.9 square kilometres (0.35 sq mi), the city is home to many sites of tremendous religious importance, including the Temple Mount, the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Based on these facts, no single faith or people can claim the right to total control of the city; and as we know, it is imperative that Jerusalem be the capital to both Israel and Palestine. So, I purpose a new country called the Kingdom of Jerusalem. This is also in agreement with the recommendations of the UN General Assembly, as it pertains to the city of Jerusalem, in which Jerusalem would be placed under a special international regime, a corpus separatum; further, this recommendation is in accordance with United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194, published on December 11, 1948.

The new Kingdom of Jerusalem will consist of the territory now known as the West Bank, including all of eastern Jerusalem. The Kingdom of Jerusalem agrees to accept all religions, equally, including, but not limited to, Christianity, Islam and Judaism; and does not have any ties to the former latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, which lasted nearly two hundred years, from 1099 until 1291. By beginning a new country, the Kingdom of Jerusalem, there is real possibility for peace in this holiest of cities.

In this document, I also purpose the creation of a new Palestinian state, an independent country that reserves all rights afforded other free countries. Palestine will consist of the Gaza Strip and land in the Sinai; and if Jerusalem is chosen as their capital, an open (Palestinian) thorough way from the Gaza Strip to Jerusalem. The Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip can trace their ancestry back to the Philistines, which derives from the attested Illyrian locality Palaeste, whose inhabitants would have been called Palaestīnī; the Palestinian people first appeared in the southern coastal area of Canaan (Gaza) at the beginning of the Iron Age (circa 1175 BC). This is Palestinian land and should be under the complete authority of Palestinians.

I also propose the building of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount. First and foremost, it is explicitly agreed by all parties, that no harm will be done to the Dome of the Rock, the Dome of Ascension, the Dome of the Chain, or the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Kingdom of Jerusalem, Israel and Palestine will agree to this building, as architecturally described in the Book of Ezekiel. The Dome of the Tablets or Dome of the Spirits stands directly over the original site of the Holy of Holies in Solomon’s temple; this location is over 100 yards north of the Dome of the Rock. The Third Temple will stand facing east, built in a straight line towards the now sealed Eastern Gate; when completed an easement of 150 feet will exist between the buildings.

Lastly, in my proposal, I objectively try to resolve some of the ongoing issues that have continued to derive major conflicts; such as, the Golan Heights, the Blue Line, the islands of the Strait of Tiran and activities that are considered to be terrorism.

To come to peace, it is evident that all parties must compromise to some extent, but all parties should benefit, as well. Compromise has always been at the heart of true peace and I hope by presenting these ideas, there will be a new transformation and all countries will elevate their views in this matter. Surely, we all can live on this planet peacefully.

Thank you for your time and consideration. May God bless all the people of the
Middle East.

– Michael Ruark

The Kingdom of Jerusalem

The territory now known as the West Bank will become the sovereign Kingdom of Jerusalem. The Kingdom of Jerusalem, the current West Bank, will be established with borders identified by the Green Line; the Green Line refers to the demarcation lines set out in the 1949 Armistice Agreements and in agreement with United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 (S/RES/242), adopted on November 22, 1967, in Chapter VI of the UN Charter.

In agreement with the recommendations of the UN General Assembly, as it pertains to the city of Jerusalem, Jerusalem will be placed under a special international regime, a corpus separatum (the Kingdom of Jerusalem), and in order to preserve the peace, given the unique spiritual and religious interests in the city (and territory) among the world’s three great monotheistic religions: “in view of its association with three world religions” to be “accorded special and separate treatment”.

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194, published on December 11, 1948, established a United Nations Conciliation Commission and reaffirmed these statements. United Nations General Assembly Resolution 303 confirmed the decision to place Jerusalem under a permanent international regime according to the provisions of General Assembly Resolution 181(II).

Sinai Peninsula

The Sinai Peninsula is the least densely populated area in the entire Middle East; the Shamal Sina (North Sinai) and Ganub Sina (South Sinai) consist of 23,000 square miles; approximately 100,000 people live in South Sinai and 400,000 live in North Sinai; with a population density of a little over 20 people per square mile. Being on the frontier between Africa and the Middle East makes the Sinai an ideal location for Islamist militant factions; the desert peninsula has been plagued with lawlessness since Hosni Mubarak’s fall in February 2011.

I propose that the lawlessness is due in large part to the population density; the lack of people in the Sinai is having a detrimental effect.  Given this fact, among others, I propose making portions of the Sinai, the country of Palestine. Sinai is the only territory that could be easily opened to the Gaza Strip and to Palestinian authority. It is understood by all, that unless the Palestinians and the Israelis have more land, there will always be conflict; so I believe that these conflicts can be solved by utilizing the vast area of the Sinai. Also, the Kingdom of Jerusalem is only possible, if both Palestine and Israel acquire more land. So, I propose that the Sinai be split between Palestine and Israel, with the northern-most section being Palestine and the southern-most section being Israel.

It is imperative that Egypt be given the best chance for survival for their new democracy; Sinai can be very instrumental in accomplishing the most immediate economic growth, in the form of increased levels of aid from the US and renewed commerce interests with Israel. Also, Israel and Palestine will agree that Egypt will still retain all mineral rights in the Sinai; and Egypt will still maintain a governorate buffer zone for the uninterrupted passage of all commerce through the Suez Canal.

Palestine

Palestine borders will include the Gaza Strip and proceed south from Rafah (following the former North Sinai Governorate border) to Nitzana, near the Path of Peace; proceeding in a straight line to Nekhelo; then a straight line on to Abu Rudeis; going north from Abu Rudeis along the Gulf of Suez; following the borders of the Suez, Ismailia and Port Said Governorates. Palestine can choose the location of their capital in the former North Sinai Governorate, such as Al Arish, or they can choose Jerusalem as their capital.

If Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine, a free and open Palestinian thorough way will be built from the Gaza Strip to Jerusalem. Portions of the study, The Arc: A Formal Structure for a Palestinian State, as submitted by the RAND Corporation in 2005, will be completed. The Arc is an innovative transportation system along which people and goods will flow. The Arc would link the Gaza Strip, including Gaza City and the Gaza Airport, to the entire Kingdom of Jerusalem; travel from the Gaza airport to Jerusalem will take about an hour and from Gaza to Jenin, in the north, about 90 minutes.

Temple Mount

The Kingdom of Jerusalem, Israel and Palestine will agree to the building of the Third Temple. The Third Temple, or Ezekiel’s Temple, as architecturally described in the Book of Ezekiel, will be built next to the Dome of the Rock, as it stands currently on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem (Figure 1). This agreement is with the explicit understanding, by all nations, that no harm will ever come to the Dome of the Rock, the Dome of Ascension, the Dome of the Chain, or to the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Third Temple will be built 100 yards (322 feet) north of the Dome of the Rock and straight opposite the Eastern Gate. There is exactly enough room for the temple to be built, with the Holy of Holies directly over the Dome of the Tablets or the Dome of the Spirits.

The Third Temple will face eastward toward the now sealed Golden Gate and the Mount of Olives. An acceptable easement, with a clearance of at least 150 feet, will exist between the Dome of the Rock and the Third Temple. The Dome of the Tablets or Dome of the Spirits stands unobtrusively due west of the Golden Gate; it stands over the original site of the Holy of Holies in Solomon’s temple. Projecting lines from the rock markings of the temple foundation, located the spot where the Holy of Holies would have been and it coincides exactly to the Dome of the Spirits or the Dome of the Tablets.

In Agreement,

1. The Kingdom of Jerusalem will consist of all the territory, now known, as the West Bank; all individuals who choose to continue to live in this area must become citizens of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The Kingdom of Jerusalem does fully agree to accept all religions, including, but not limited to, Christianity, Islam and Judaism; and to grant full access to all religious sites. The duly elected government will include a full representation of Fatah; elections to be expedited, to support a democracy.

2. East Jerusalem will be the capital of the Kingdom of Jerusalem; western Jerusalem will be the recognized capital of Israel.

3. US will agree to aid the Kingdom of Jerusalem in an amount equal to or greater than 20% of the aid it provides to Israel.

4. Israel will agree to fully aid in the economic development of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and the duly elected government.

5. Egypt will agree to release all territorial claims to the North and South Sinai Governorates (least densely populated area).

6. Israel and Palestine will agree that all oil and natural gas reserves in the Sinai Peninsula will remain the property of Egypt.

7. US will agree to continue the existing annual levels of Foreign Military Financing to Egypt; honor the commitment of economic aid of $1 billion in support of the democracy; and will agree to resume annual economic aid to levels of 1998.

8. In promotion of the Egypt-Israel peace accords, Israel will agree to buy all the oil and natural gas produced in the Sinai. Israel agrees to purchase these resources at 10% above the market rate; and will commit to the immediate economic development of Egypt, including the importation of Egyptian products, and the sharing of technologies and food resources.

9. Egypt will agree to fair elections; policies to protect freedom of expression, association, religion and due process of law.

10. Palestine borders will include the Gaza Strip and proceed south from Rafah (following the former North Sinai Governorate border) to Nitzana, near the Path of Peace; proceeding in a straight line to Nekhelo; then a straight line on to Abu Rudeis; going north from Abu Rudeis along the Gulf of Suez; following the borders of the Suez, Ismailia and Port Said Governorates.

11. Palestine will establish their capital, either, in the former North Sinai Governorate, such as Al ‘Arish, or in Jerusalem.

12. If Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine, it is agreed that US and Israel will build a wide and open thorough way between the Gaza Strip and Jerusalem; this project will fall under the direct supervision of Palestine. The roadway will run from Rafah, passing through Israel (unchecked under/over passes for Israel), entering the Kingdom of Jerusalem at or around Meitar, proceed north to Jerusalem. From Rafah to Jerusalem, the roadway will be part of Palestine and the Kingdom of Jerusalem; from Jerusalem north to Jenin, the roadway will only be part of the Kingdom of Jerusalem (i.e., The Arc – Rand Corp 2005)

13. Palestine will be divided proportionately to all the Palestinian people which choose to live in Palestine; including any and all refugees, the existing Bedouin population of the Sinai, and any other people that chose to remain living in Palestine.

14. Palestine will be governed by Hamas; Hamas and Israel agree to cease all construed terrorist activities, Hamas agrees to recognize Israel; US will remove Hamas from the list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations; free and fair elections will continue.

15. Palestine will agree to release any territorial claim to the former West Bank, allotted in the UN Partition Plan of 1948.

16. US will agree to aid Palestine in an amount equal to or greater than 20% of the aid it provides to Israel, initial major contributions are to be utilized in the repartition efforts of the Palestinian people, to Palestine or the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

17. US will agree to assist Palestine in the immediate establishment of the most effective economic and agricultural growth. Palestine will be seen as a developing country, country of strategic importance to the US, and a country recovering from war.

18. The southern portion of the Sinai Peninsula will be part of Israel. The border with Palestine will include the Gaza Strip and then proceed south from Rafah (following the former North Sinai Governorate border) to Nitzana, near the Path of Peace; then proceed in a straight line to Nekhelo; then a straight line on to Abu Rudeis. At Abu Rudeis, the border of Israel will turn south and proceed along the Gulf of Suez and then turn north along the Gulf of Aqaba to the existing border with Jordan.

19. The Kingdom of Jerusalem, Israel and Palestine will agree to the building of the Third Temple, as architecturally described in the Book of Ezekiel. The Third Temple will be built at least 100 meters (322 feet) north of the existing Dome of the Rock; with explicit understanding, from all nations, that no harm will ever come to the Dome of the Rock, the Dome of Ascension, the Dome of the Chain, the Al-Aqua Mosque; established free-passages from Old City Quarters to each of the religious sites.

20. Israel and Lebanon will agree that their border will begin at the Hasbani River and follow the Blue Line, a border demarcation line published by the United Nations on June 7, 2000. Hezbollah and Israel will agree to peaceful co-existence.

21. Israel and Syria will agree that their border will begin at the Hasbani River, from the Lebanon border, to the Jordan River tributary, through the Nahal Qallil to the Jordan River, dividing the Sea of Galilee evenly, and then continuing to follow the Jordan River to the existing border between Israel and Jordan; agreement will apply to any duly elected government in Syria.

22. Israel and Syria will agree that all water rights from the Golan Heights and the Sea of Galilee will be divided evenly.

23. Jordan will agree to fully compensate Palestinian refugees that repatriate to Palestine, for any existing assets in Jordan.

24. Saudi Arabia will agree to release all territory rights to Tiran Island; this will be part of Israel, securing the Straits of Tiran.

25. Israel will agree to abandon all occupation of Sanafir Island; this is part of Saudi Arabia; and to secure the Straits of Tiran.

26. US will agree to raise economic aid to Jordon, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Syria; an overall 15% increase in economic aid.

27. Egypt, Kingdom of Jerusalem, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabia and Syria will fully agree to a peaceful co-existence under these terms, given full support of the US and fully sponsored by any nation or other elected body or party.

new sinai

A previous (failed) proposal mentioning a new state (separate area)

The Elon Peace Plan (now “The Israeli Initiative”, formerly “The Right Road to Peace”) is a plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict originally proposed in 2002 by Rabbi Binyamin Elon, who was the Israeli tourism minister at the time he put forward the proposal. The plan advocates the formal annexation of West Bank and Gaza by Israel, and, originally, the Palestinians becoming citizens of a new Palestinian state in Jordan. Elon and Moledet (Elon’s party and the chief supporter of this plan) proposed that “Israel, the United States and the international community will allocate resources for the completion of the exchange of populations that began in 1948 and the full rehabilitation of the refugees and their absorption and naturalization in various countries”.

Seeing as it concerned the transfer of Palestinians to this hypothetical designated state without their consent, and that Jordan was far from enthusiastic to allocate its own territory for the sake of a Palestinian state (having reneged on its claim to the West Bank and taken away citizenship of the Palestinians living there in 1988), this idea came to be seen as irrelevant by the majority of Israelis and Palestinians. Elon continued to advance his plan, including a 2004 visit to Jordan for this purpose, but did not manage to win substantial support for it.

General public support for Elon and his plan has been ambiguous. The National Union received 5.5% support on the Israeli legislative election of 2003 (which went up to 7.14% in the 2006 election after the party’s merger with the National Religious Party); a survey conducted by Mutagim in January 2005 showed that public support for the relocation of Palestinians outside of Israel, a tenet of Elon’s original proposal, was about equal to the support of Ariel Sharon’s then soon-to-be-executed unilateral disengagement plan.

Path of Peace

The Kingdom of Jerusalem will be the territory currently known as the West Bank.

Palestine will consist of the Gaza Strip, portions of the former North and South Sinai Governorates, and if they choose, a capital in Jerusalem, with a free Palestinian passage from Rafah to Jerusalem.

The Third Temple will be built next to the Dome of the Rock.

 Additional Thoughts

The Sinai Peninsula had already been taken by Israel (1967).

The Temple Mount has always been exactly prepared for the two temples.

A Bridge for the World

The Sinai Peninsula has been and will continue to be the land bridge for all peoples of Africa and Asia.

Figure 1:BOTH

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Prior Correspondence:

Tuesday, May 19, 2009 emailed file: A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: the Whitehouse, US State Department and to the Vice President of the United States.

Friday, September 25, 2009 emailed file: A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (rev.2): the Whitehouse: whitehouse.gov; US State Department: state.gov; Vice President of the US:  whitehouse.gov/administration/vice_president_biden; Clinton Global Initiative – clintonglobalinitiative.org; Jimmy Carter Library and Museum – jimmycarterlibrary.gov

Friday, December 11, 2009 emailed file: A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (rev.3): United Nations: inquiries@un.org; State of Israel: Ministry of Foreign Affairs: sar@mfa.gov.il;  Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: JEmbassyDC@jordanembassyus.org; Republic of Lebanon (Embassy): info@lebanonembassyus.org; Palestine National Authority: pmc@palestine-pmc.com; Council of Foreign Affairs: bgude@cfr.org (on behalf of Hamas and Hezbollah); Sinai Bedouin population: info@sheikhsalemhouse.com

Sunday, December 13, 2009 emailed file: A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (rev.3): The Arab Republic of Egypt: webmaster@ad.gov.eg; Syrian Arab Republic: info@syrembassy.net, consular@syrianembassy.us; Palestine National Authority: menawb@gov.ps, environment@gov.ps

Tuesday, February 01, 2011 emailed file: A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (rev.4): comments@whitehouse.gov, president@whitehouse.gov, u.s.state.gov@usa.com,  vice.president@whitehouse.gov; info@clintonglobalinitiative.org; inquiries@un.org; sar@mfa.gov.il; KJEmbassyDC@jordanembassyus.org; info@lebanonembassyus.org; pmc@palestine-pmc.com; bgude@cfr.org; info@sheikhsalemhouse.com; webmaster@ad.gov.eg; info@syrembassy.net; consular@syrianembassy.us; menawb@gov.ps; environment@gov.ps

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 emailed file: A Bridge for the World – Peace Plan to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (rev.5): United States – president@witehouse.gov, vice.president@whitehouse.gov, publicaffairs@panet.us.state.gov; contact@johnkerry.com, comments@whitehouse.gov, u.s.state.gov@usa.com; Palestine National Authority: pmc@palestine-pmc.com, info@pgmc.ps, menawb@gov.ps; environment@gov.ps; Palestinian Economic Council for Development & Reconstruction (PECDAR) – ata@pecdar.pna.net info@pecdar.pna.net; Arab Republic of Egypt – primemin@idsc.gov.eg, info@moinfo.gov.eg, mnafeh@idsc.net.eg, Contact.Us@mfa.gov.eg; Republic of Lebanon – president_office@presidency.gov.lb, open@presidency.gov.lb, ministry@foreign.gov.lb, info@lebanonembassyus.org; State of Israel – public@president.gov.il, feedback@mfa.gov.il, pniot@mni.gov.il, press@washington.mfa.gov.il, curtural@washington.mfa.gov.il; sar@mfa.gov.il; The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan – info@pm.gov.jo, KJEmbassyDC@jordanembassyus.org; Syrian Arab Republic – info@syrembassy.net, consular@syrianembassy.us; Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – info@saudiembassy.net; Sinai Bedouin population – info@sheikhsalemhouse.com; Council of Foreign Affairs: bgude@cfr.org (on behalf of Hamas and Hezbollah); United Nations – inquiries@un.org; United Nations Human Rights – InfoDesk@ohchr.org; United Nations Special Coordinator in the Occupied Territories (UNSCO) – unsco@palnet.com; International Court of Justice – mail@icj-cij.org; Amnesty International – hreteam@amnesty.org, mena@amnesty.org, aiunny@amnesty.org, uaigv@amnesty.org; Human Rights Watch – hrwpress@hrw.org; Americans for Peace Now – apndc@peacenow.org; Adalah – adalah@adalah.org; B’Tselem – mail@btselem.org; BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights – ahmad@badil.org, najwa@badil.org; The Arab Association of Human Rights – Mzeidan@arabhra.org; Right to Enter – info@righttoenter.ps; Jerusalem Center for Social & Economic Rights (JCSER) – info@jcser.org; Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) – pchr@pchrgaza.org; Rabbis for Human Rights – dover@rhr.israel.net, mati@rhr.israel.net; Ramallah Center for Human Rights Studies (RCHRS) – rchrs@rchrs.org; Institute for Middle East Understanding – info@imeu.net; Ma’an News Agency (MNA) – english@maannews.net; Palestine Note – editor@palestinenote.com; Al Jazeera English – advertising@aljazeera.net; Foreign Policy – FP@ForeignPolicy.com; Haaretz letters@haaretz.co.il; The Jerusalem Post – editors@jpost.co.il, letters@jpost.co.il; Mondoweiss – phil@mondoweiss.net, adam@mondoweiss.net; The Jewish Daily Forward – newsdesk@forward.com; Tikkun – Alana@tikkun.org, RabbiLerner.tikkun@gmail.com; Israel Broadcasting Authority – ombudsman@iba.org.il, dover@iba.org.il; Clinton Global Initiative – info@clintonglobalinitiative.org ; The Carter Center – carterweb@emory.ed

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Path of Peace, Nitzanei Sinai
by Dany Karavan

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The research described in this document is in the public interest and was supported by information gathered from various sources. The opinions expressed in this document are strictly of the author.

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