President Donald Trump unveiled his controversial peace plan to end the Palestinian/Israeli conflict Tuesday. The President was flanked by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, while the head of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas watched the press conference from the occupied West Bank. The plan approves all existing Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories and recognizes East Jerusalem as the future capital of an independent Palestinian state.
Does the plan have a chance? The PA refuses to negotiate with the U.S after the Trump administration moved its embassy to Jerusalem last year. The Palestinian leadership also rejects the recognition of Israeli settlements, which most countries view as a breach of international law.