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President Donald Trump's push for a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians stems from a belief that his broader goals of stopping Iranian aggression and Islamic extremism will not be possible without it, presidential adviser Jared Kushner said in a rare public appearance on Sunday.
“If we're going to try to create more stability in the region as a whole, you have to solve this issue,” Kushner told Middle East experts gathered at the Brookings Institution's Saban Forum.
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Trump, he said, “sees this as something that has to be solved.” But nearly a year after Trump named Kushner, his son-in-law and senior White House aide, as point person for what he called “the ultimate deal,” there has been no public indication of where the initiative is heading.
Reports that Trump plans this week to declare US recognition of Jerusalem as the undisputed capital of Israel have elevated anxiety to panic in some quarters.In order to reach a bottom line, Kushner and his team have met repeatedly with leaders and negotiators in countries throughout the region.“We've tried very hard to do a lot of listening,” he said, to “learn what their red lines are... ' “We all kind of laugh and say, OK, we're just not going to play the guessing game... The Palestinians know what discussions we've had with them, the Israelis know.” None of the parties has been told what the others have discussed, according to administration officials who spoke on condition of anonymity about the undertaking that, as Kushner noted, has had “no leaks.” Underlying all of Kushner's calculations are what he called the “regional dynamics,” which the administration believes have brought the Saudis and other countries influential with the Palestinians to find common cause with Israel - and the administration - against Iran and extremism.“If two states are in there, a major part of the [Israeli] coalition will object,” a senior Israeli official said last week.Any attempt to establish a Palestinian state in any form, the official said, “could bring down the government” of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
By taking sides on an issue long considered part of “final status” negotiations, he said, the United States “will also be disqualifying itself to play any role in an initiative towards achieving a just and lasting peace.” Jordan's King Abdullah II, whom Kushner's team considers a key regional partner, warned last week that a US decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv “must come within a comprehensive solution that leads to the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, living side by side with Israel.” Any move at this point, said Abdullah, who was in Washington to consult with Congress, “could be potentially exploited by terrorists to stoke anger, frustration and desperation in order to spread their ideologies.” Monday is a deadline for Trump to either announce the embassy move - as required by 1995 legislation - or issue the same six-month waiver that he signed last summer, as has every president before him over the past two decades.