Among those present was Trump`s son-in-law and chief adviser, Jared Kushner, who has made middle East peace a central priority in his work in the White House and helped mediate the agreements. According to Hannu Juusola [fi] at the University of Helsinki, the agreement meant that the Palestinians would think that the United Arab Emirates would put its own interests ahead of those of the Palestinians, who always assumed that Arab countries would not sign peace agreements with Israel until Palestinian rights were guaranteed.  However, the Oslo Accords left many key issues unresolved until the end of negotiations on a sustainable status, including borders, security, refugees and Jerusalem. These agreements have not created an effective way to neutralize the crises that occurred during the implementation of Oslo, including waves of terrorism and violence. Many intelligent and dedicated people have dedicated their lives to the search for the “ultimate deal,” but what is needed is an elusive global agreement, and waves of terror and violence have greatly reduced the process. Only a comprehensive agreement, combined with a strong economic plan for the Palestinians and others, has the capacity to bring lasting peace to the parties. This vision should enable Israelis and Palestinians to live in peace and reduce the risk of terrorism. A realistic solution would give the Palestinians all the power to govern themselves, but not the powers to threaten Israel. This necessarily implies the restrictions of certain sovereign powers in the Palestinian territories (hencely called the “Palestinian State”), such as maintaining responsibility for Israeli security and Israeli control of the airspace west of the Jordan River.
This vision creates a realistic two-state solution, in which a safe and prosperous Palestinian state lives peacefully in a safe and prosperous region, alongside a safe and prosperous State of Israel. The northeastern part of the Jewish state (Eastern Galilee) borders the north and west of the Lebanese border and, to the east, the borders of Syria and Transjordan.