Jerusalem will remain united in Israel, and an Arab jurisdiction like the Waqf will maintain jurisdiction over the Mosque to ensure the proper care which Israel is in agreement with. Jerusalem was never really an important city as Jordan neevr moved the capital to it when it was in their possession. I mentioned Ramallah being the capital to be built up and enhanced...only because it fills that roll now, it could be another city. The "refugee" problem should lessen by the proper establishment of this new province and future country, they then have what to go "back" to. The Palestine Mandate no longer exists and there is no returning to Israel. With that being said Israel has already taken many Arabs in as citizens and would more than likely continue to in the future, especially when they will no longer be seen as the "enemy". The Law of Return means any Jew gets citizenship on arrival, it doesn't mean that others do not and cannot get citizenship.
Palestinians report IDF airstrikes on Islamic Jihad targets in southern Gaza Strip (Haaretz)
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