One of the most devastating and heartbreaking dilemmas that spilt its negative externalities across the globe in the last century has been the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
All nations have attempted to intervene between the two counterparts across the history of the strife to reach a resolution, just to fail in all aspects to arrive to present status quo of unresolved complexity.
The structure of the problem has a historical, religious, social, economic and mainly political dimension that see a multitude of foreign national interest meddling to benefit from the unresolvedness status.
The amount of deaths on both sides and the critical humanitarian condition that is prevailing especially on the Palestinian side, are tearing apart both nations to a higher scale of violence and political stubbornness.
The new leader of the “Free World” has vowed to put the resolution of this crisis on top of his agenda, as has most of his predecessors that epically failed to find lasting common ground between the enemies.
The new president of the United States of America has been showing early signs of leaning towards the Israeli side, as he and several of his appointees has vowed unconditional support to the closest and strongest American ally.
This has been at the background of the visit of the Palestinian Leader this week to the White House that witnessed the Trump administration promising to broker the long awaited and toughest deal for peace in history.
“We want to create peace between Israel and the Palestinians,” Mr. Trump said. “We will get it done. We will be working so hard to get it done. It’s been a long time.”
As he turned to the Palestinian leader he said: “I think there’s a very, very good chance, and I think you feel the same way” the meeting between the two leaders didn’t seem for the media as a promising foundation stone for future peace deals as most experts and analysts are undermining Mr.Trump’s understanding of the magnitude of the conflict and its dimensions.