- The State of Palestine would become the 145th largest country in the world.
- The State of Palestine would have a total area of 10,970 square miles (28,412 km2)
- The coastline of the new State of Palestine would include 229 miles (368 km)
- The total area of the State of Israel would increase by 133%
- The State of Israel would become larger than at any time in the history of ancient Israel
- The continuous area of the State of Israel would increase by 50%
- The coastline of Israel would increase by 159%; and would include Tiran Island
- The Gulf of Aqaba would become the territorial waters of Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia
- The West Bank would become the new Kingdom of Jerusalem
- The Kingdom of Jerusalem grants free access to standing temples for all parties
- The Dome of the Rock, the Third Temple fit exactly on the Temple Mount; East Gate
- Egypt would gain the maximum economic benefit from the plan
- Egypt would still remain the 30th largest country, with a 5% decrease in total area.
- Egypt would still retain all the mineral rights in the Sinai Peninsula, and a buffer zone
- The Gulf of Suez would remain the territorial waters of Egypt; Strait of Jubal to Suez
- Syria would regain a little over 700 square miles (1813 km2) of occupied area
- Regional water regulation, management, efficiency; Golan Heights, Jordan, Dead Sea
- Saudi Arabia would lose 30 square miles (77 km2) in total land area, in Tiran Island
- Saudi Arabia would regain 12 square miles (31 km2) in occupied area, in Sanafir Island
- The southern border of Lebanon will be the Blue Line; would include Shebaa Farms
- The plan addresses repatriate arrangements for Palestinian refugees; Right of Return
Can you image the joy of the world, when agreement is met, to an independent Palestine and a stronger Israel.
I ask you, what if a plan that was granted, would more than double the land size of Israel, create a new large country of Palestine coinciding with the Gaza Strip, establish a separate nation to solve the multiple issue of Jerusalem; grant free access to standing temples for all parties, that just so happen to fit exactly into the area, which was designed for these two buildings, long ago. Recognized capitals, chosen by each nation. All nations involved either gain land, passage, guaranteed trade or resources.
Can you image all the philosophies, predictions, prejudices, and past histories, being completely shocked and contradicted by an unexpected peace plan.
It would be a public relationships paradise, and also fully change all the bad press which has been written over the centuries about the aristocrats of the world. In this plan, honored leaders find a common purpose to lead the world by example. It would shock the entire system, hope would ring eternal, people would begin to trade; hate would diminish, just by observing and understanding the path to peace. These men and women would be revered as the father and mother of our new world age.
Can you image the profit that is in peace.
All the money wasted by war, by injustice, all those resources now committed that would be freed up, all the customers that would rush to do business with the Middle East region. It would be economic boom. But, just the uplifting of the world’s spirit, the planet would begin to believe that it could heal, by the actions of true patriots for their countries.
The world would immediately change.
Egypt would gain the maximum economic benefit from the plan, including set levels of annual foreign aid and regional trade regulation, setting levels of commerce, agricultural and intelligence share. Egypt would agree to have a decrease in total area of 5%, or 21,385 square miles (55,387 km2), but would still retain all the mineral rights for this area; the total area of the country would go from 387,048 square miles (1,002,450 km2) to 365.663 square miles (947,062 km2). Egypt would retain the Suez, Ismailia and Port Said Governorates in the northeastern Sinai Peninsula; these governorates will provide a 40 mile (64 km) protection buffer zone from the easten shore of the Suez Canal and the Nile Delta. The Gulf of Suez would remain the territorial waters of Egypt; from the Strait of Jubal to the city of Suez. Even with the decrease in total area, Egypt would still remain the 30th largest country.
In this plan, the State of Israel would now become larger than at any time in the history of ancient Israel, even encompassing the area of the borders of the United Kingdom of Israel and Judah (united monarchy); the current area of the State of Israel, not including any occupied territory, would combine with the southeastern half of the Sinai Peninsula and Tiran Island, to become the new larger State of Israel. The total area of the country would increase by 133%, from 8020 square miles (20,772 km2) to 18,732 square miles (48,516 km2), an increase of 10,712 square miles (27,744 km2); Israel would now move up from the 153rd largest country, in total area, to the 132nd.
Israel would give up any claim to 3,108 square miles (8,049 km2) of internationally recognized occupied territory; consisting of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem; the Gaza Strip, the Golan Heights, and Sanafir Island. Overall, the total net increase in area, after the withdraw from all occupied territories, would be a 95%; an additional 7,604 square miles (19,694 km2) of internationally recognized continuous land; the current length of the State of Israel would increase by 50%; from 263 miles (423 km) to 396 miles (637 km), an increase of 133 miles (214 km). The coastline of Israel would increase by 159%, from 145 miles (233 km) to 373 miles (600 km); with the addition of 133 miles (214 km) on the Gulf of Aqaba and 95 miles (152 km) on the Gulf of Suez.
The Gaza Strip, a portion of the ancient land of the Philistines, would be combined with the northwestern half of the Sinai Peninsula to become a new country, the State of Palestine. This new country would include 139 square miles (360 km2) from the Gaza Strip and 10,831 square miles (28,052 km2) from the northeastern Sinai; the total area of the State of Palestine would be 10,970 square miles (28,412 km2); this would result in an increase of 10,692 square miles (27,692 km2); the State of Palestine would now become the 145th largest country in the world.
The new State of Palestine would have coastlines on the Mediterranean Sea and the Gulf of Suez; granting access to the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. The coastline in the country would increase by 816%, from the current 25 miles (40 km) in the Gaza Strip to 229 miles (368 km); with an additional 124 miles (200 km) on the Mediterranean Sea and 80 miles (128 km) on the Gulf of Suez.
The State of Palestine would be governed by the duly elected Hamas Government; with governmental representation from the former Eqyptian government officials of Shamal Sina (North Sinai) and all the people who choose to remain living in the former northern Sinai Peninsula; if the new State of Palestine chooses Jerusalem as their capital, the Palestinian National Authority would then have governmental representation in the State of Palestine.
The West Bank would become the new Kingdom of Jerusalem; the original 1948 Partition Plan even specified a separate country of Jerusalem. The new country would consist of a total area of 2,262 square miles (5,858 km2), which would include 84 square miles (217 km2) of the surface of the Dead Sea; and would now become the 173rd largest country, in total area.
The Kingdom of Jerusalem would have governmental representation from the Palestinian National Authority (Fatah), the State of Israel, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and all the people who choose to remain living in the former West Bank; if the new State of Palestine chooses Jerusalem as their capital, then they will also have governmental representation in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, and the Palestinian National Authority would then have governmental representation in the State of Palestine.
Syria would regain a little over 700 square miles (1813 km2) of occupied area in the Golan Heights region. Saudi Arabia would lose 30 square miles (77 km2) in total land area, in Tiran Island, but would also regain 12 square miles (31 km2) of now occupied territory, in Sanafir Island. Lebanon would recogize the Blue Line to the Hasbani River as their internationally established southern border with Israel; and would include Sheeba Farms. The plan also addresses the repatriate arrangements with Jordan.
There would be no more deadlock for the zealots in Christianity; compromise is required for the second coming to now be possible. There would be no more complaint of Judaism, would be no further need for the bully Israel, no more criticism, only praise and admiration. The Muslim nation could begin to truly live in Islam; a return to enlightenment, the steps in this plan are required for the coming of the Al-Mahdi, Isa (Jesus) and Dajjal, in Al-Quds. For the Messiah to return through the East Gate, and walk straight into the temple, the steps in this deal must be done, and can. For Jesus (Isa) to come back on the Mount of Olives, and walk through the East Gate, there must again be a bridge built, as it once was by the Romans, across the Kedron Valley, and above the cemetery in front of the Eastern Gate.
What if there was a Peace Plan that made all this happen.
There will be peace in Palestine.