I think it's great that Israel wants to create historical trails for its citizens. There are many extremely important historical and religious sites in Israel. But this sounds, to some extent, like another Israeli scheme to steal more WB land. Israel has no right to build any such trails outside its own country without agreement and cooperation with the people living there. No one in the world but Israelis and other Zionist individuals (no countries) believe that Israel includes even a single square inch of the West Bank. The world has very explicitly rejected the purported annexation of E Jerusalem, so it is only an Israeli fantasy. Jimmie Carter, W Bush and others have made references to some settlements persisting after peace is made, but only in the context of land swaps in which Israel gives some of its land to the Pals in exchange for all WB settlement land remaining under Israeli control. Would Israel agree to a Pal Naqba trail inside Israel? I think not.
Settlers from Esh Kodesh clash with Palestinians in the West Bank; IDF cordoned the area (Haaretz)
from the article: Israel mulls NIS 500M 'heritage' trails that reach into West Bank