Israel and the Palestinian Authority have engaged in a political struggle to get Arab support for the 'century deal', Israel Haaretz reported.
"The US administration is trying to persuade Arab countries to stand against the American plan for peace in the Middle East, known as the" Center Deal ", to be announced after Ramadan.
The newspaper said the administration of US President Donald Trump is trying to politically differentiate the reaction of the Palestinians and other Arab countries to passing the American plan for peace in the Middle East.
The newspaper quoted Arab and European diplomats confirming that the White House was waiting for the Palestinians to reject the "deal of the century", in parallel with the expectation that some Arab nations would agree to a "deal of the century" for the final announcement of the deal.
The newspaper focused on the Egyptian and Jordanian situation in the "deal of the century", especially as the US administration believes that the White House government is concerned because an independent Palestinian state has been established at a time when Egyptian and Jordanian governments reject any peace solution. East Jerusalem.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is concerned that the US administration is trying to persuade some Arab leaders to change their minds, while Abbas relies on Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, who rejected the US plan, Arab and European diplomats said.
The Haaretz newspaper Israel unveiled earlier, a letter sent by Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz to the White House, where Saudi Arabia rejected US President Donald Trump's plan.
"Saudi Arabia has informed the Trump administration that it will not be able to support the peace plan between Israelis and Palestinians, known as the" deal of the century, "if it does not require East Jerusalem to be the capital of a Palestinian state, reports the Israeli newspaper.
This article, "Haaretz: The US Administration is trying to persuade the Arab countries to stand by the turn of the century" (adapted to the Lebanese website) and does not reflect the policy of the site or any opinion (Lebanon).