Ex-IOF Chief Warned US Envoy of «Volatile W Bank» Ahead of Mideast Plan Reveal
By Staff, Agencies
Former “Israeli” Occupation Force [IOF] chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot warned US President Donald Trump's Middle East envoy about the situation in the West Bank being "volatile and sensitive" ahead of the release of Washington's peace plan, Channel 13 reported on Sunday.
Eisenkot reportedly met with Jason Greenblatt in the White House last week along with experts on the “Israeli”-Palestinian so-called “peace” process.
“The situation in the West Bank is sensitive and volatile,” Eisenkot reportedly told Greenblatt who has worked on the Middle East peace plan for nearly two years alongside Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner.
“The West Bank is likely to ignite before, during, or after the presentation of the American ‘peace’ plan. You must factor this into your considerations. From the moment this genie is let out of the bottle, it will take five years to put it back,” Eisenkot said.
The US "peace" plan will be presented in early June when the month of Ramadan is over, but is expected to be rejected outright by the Palestinians who have declared the plan "dead on arrival".
“Whether the peace plan is presented or not, there need to be steps taken to stabilize the situation on the grant so there will be a ‘win-win’ for both sides,” Eisenkot reportedly said.
Few details have been released about the plan.