Report: Trump Mideast Peace Plan Won’t Call for Two-State Solution

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The Times of Israel reports: US President Donald Trump’s peace plan is nearly finished and the White House intends to present the proposal soon, The New York Times reported Sunday.

Likening the plan to the Israeli-developed GPS app Waze — which allows users to bypass traffic jams — one senior US official told the paper that the “ultimate deal” would prevent both sides from falling into the traps that have sunk most other peace proposals. Officials said the administration was putting finishing touches on the plan.

While the three senior officials interviewed for the article declined to provide the details of the proposal, they told The New York Times that it would not have a set of broad guiding principles as previous plans have been known to contain. Instead, the document is said to provide specific solutions to the main issues of borders, security, refugees and the status of Jerusalem.

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