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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was able to Annex parts of the occupied West Bank this summer. He says The Movement of U.S. President Donald Trump ' s peace plan, The Other on the "glorious Chapter in the history of Zionism".
The Palestinians are skeptics. You say that you pull out of the agreements that have to risk your own fragile governing authority. To shock them, which means moving The Loss of important areas for a future State , and a death to dreams of self-determination.
My journey begins along the motorway to the South of Jerusalem.
The street is named after Menachem Begin , the former Jewish militant leader was Israel 's sixth Prime Minister . He is an icon of The Right wing, the founding of The Movement , which later merged with the Likud party under the Leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu .
It is a message not of the current Israeli and U.S. leaders. It is made up of a group of citizens of Jewish settlements to overcome in the West Bank - The Territory that they see as their Biblical Heartland .settlers say that a Palestinian State in the West Bank , could pose a threat,
The mayors want to assert Israeli sovereignty over More Than 30% of the West Bank , which is on The Table by Mr Trump. To apply with Netanyahu soon be able to bring proposals to The Cabinet or the Parliament: "the Israeli right" to parts of The Territory , The Mayor him a headache of his political rights.
I'm goin', leave the Start the motorway behind, passing a military checkpoint, and participation in, a smaller road, which winds The Way in the West Bank , Home to three million Palestinians and almost half A Million Israelis live in settlements.'My peach is not is The Trump card to give,'
Among vines and olive trees, Mohammed Yehya Ayer shows me his country.
We Are on a ridge outside the Palestinian village of Irtas. Some of the West Bank color codes are familiar on the display. Orange roofs curve over a hill to the South-West - the nice suburb layout of the Israeli settlement of Efrat.Mohammed Yehya Ayer says, parts of the West Bank "sweeps already [as well as] in the Annex,"
Outside of their fenced-in edges of the country down into an empty Valley , a dusty Gulf of burnt ochre and rock, before she attracts the house - from The Grey concrete blocks of Dheisheh, a sprawling urban refugee camp on the outskirts of the Palestinian city of Bethlehem.
Two separate worlds side by side.
I ask Mohammed what he thinks of Mr Netanyahu's recent statements.
"It means nothing," he tells me. "These areas are already [as well as] in the Appendix. It's All In your hands. "
Mohammed to explain goes on, his view.
"If I get 10 stones in here [to The Building of the structure], the Israeli authorities and destroy them," he says.
Israel plans new settlement called Givat Eitam, North-East, from where I walk with Mohammed . It would be considered a neighborhood of Efrat. Mohammed 's Land is in an area sandwiched between the Two settlements.
"If you Efrat is building by the force, you can install gates and fences and does not allow us, about our countries," he says. "Would you tell us, special permits and approvals. "
The Israeli authorities have routinely pointed out that the fence of routes can be appealed in the planning or the courts. She declined to comment on the specific allegation about the access, if Givat Eitam Goes Ahead .
I put it to Mohammed , The Trump plan stipulates that the Palestinians have a State on 70% of the West Bank , and a freeze on the expansion of settlements, for The Last Four Years in places outside of the Israeli annexed areas.
He takes care of a freshly picked peach.
"Who trump is a promise for something? This property is in the possession of him?" he asks, holding his fruit. "I can peach to you because I did it myself. But if I don't have it, how I could offer it to you?"" say, God is on our side and we can do what we want,'One of the More Than 130 Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank
Before the watchtower society, to highlight concrete stumps next to a road, to extend a future, the line that Israel is a network of walls, fences and checkpoints - the lock wall.
Its construction began during The Second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, between 2000 and 2005, when suicide bombings killed often, Israelis and Israel launched a sweeping incursions into West Bank cities.
The settlements are considered illegal under International Law , the transfer from the prohibition in the country part of their populations in areas under military occupation Israel rejects this argument, The Territory is "disputed" and not occupied.
An armed Security guard waves me past a checkpoint in Efrat, quiet streets.
The Trump plan is a major break from previous peace proposals. Some speculate that this could have led to Israel officially the large settlement blocks win, including the Block with Efrat, for Example , as part of a negotiated deal with the Palestinians, the West Bank as part of their future State .
Outside a waffle bar, I chat to Yedidia Mosawi and Sharon Barazani, both in their 20s.
Yedidia tells me he works in Security and is coming more from a small settlement to the South, in the vicinity of Hebron.Sharon Barazani and Yedidia Mosawi
I pray to Mr Netanyahu's plans. He proposes that it is enough.
The Israeli settlement of Efrat was established in 1983. Mayor Oded Revivi also aware of the religious and ideological ties to the country, although he says it is not the main Driving Force for most of The Settlers .Mayor Oded Revivi, said The Trump plan is a unique attempt to solve The Conflict
Mr Revivi talks with Netanyahu. He knows the members of the American-Israeli mapping team charged with the drafting of the territorial boundaries of the annexation, and he supported The Trump plan from the beginning.
"I thought it was a genuine attempt to try and find another way to solve The Conflict ," he says.