From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: 'The Allon Plan is an historic proposal to end the Israeli occupation of the West Bank with a negotiated partition of its territories between Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The plan was an attempt to implement the "Jordanian option" to the Palestinian refugee problem (also known as "Jordan is Palestine"). It is named after its chief proponent, Yigal Allon, who proposed it shortly after the June 1967 Six-Day war. The broad aim of the plan was to create a security border running up from the Jordan Valley to the eastern slopes of the West Bank hill ridge, retain sovereignty of that area, avoid Israeli settlement of heavily populated areas in the West Bank, and to offer those areas to Jordan in bilateral negotiations to achieve diplomatic rapprochement.' As you can see, an attempt was made. Sadly I have to recognize that also Israel itself torpedoed it, with the starting of settlements policy.
Roadside bomb kills five border officers in western Iraq (AP)
from the article: The right and the return