Some Israeli settlers hit out at Trump-backed annexation plan
For settler leaders like Elhayani, the peace plan Trump published in January - which includes Israel keeping most of its settlements in the West Bank - has a dangerous flip side.
Their worry - not echoed by all settlers - is that it could pave the way for the U.S. vision of Palestinian statehood in 70% of the West Bank, areas that would envelop some 15 settlements.
Palestinians reject the proposal as a blueprint for an unviable state. Even within Israel and Netanyahu’s coalition, support for annexation is lukewarm.
That’s interesting, some “Settlers” don’t like the plan. At least, it was an attempt and maybe it can still be ironed out.