The Egyptian truce plan between Israel and the Gaza Strip contains clauses on freezing the construction of Jewish settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, stopping the demolition of Palestinian homes, and the eviction of Palestinian families in East Jerusalem, Al-Arabiya TV reported on Saturday, citing sources.
Currently, Egypt is trying to act as a mediator between Israel and the Gaza Strip, which are fighting among themselves.
“Egypt’s plan for a truce contains a clause on freezing settlement construction and stopping the demolition of Palestinian homes,” the sources said, which the TV channel did not specify.
In addition, according to the TV channel, the Egyptian proposal for a truce contains a demand to respect the Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem and to stop arbitrary arrests and violence against Palestinians by the military. In addition, the Egyptian plan calls for the cessation of rocket launches by Palestinian movements from the Gaza Strip. According to the sources, negotiations mediated by Egypt are also underway to determine the time of the truce with the simultaneous participation of both sides.