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the US push for peace between Israelis and Palestinians will include with the White House calls a workshop to encourage international investment in the west bank and Gaza Strip but at least one problem emerged immediately the Palestinian prime minister on Monday said neither he nor his government had been consulted and he reiterated the myriad problems that the US administration had yet to address in the medicine was not all you are the captain the stresses that any solution to the political conflict depends on the ending of the occupation achieving the national right to the Palestinian people expressed by stop pushing their independent sovereign unviable state on the nineteen sixty seven borders with Jerusalem as its capital I'm self all sixteen while some of Hollywood's Washington announced the conference on Sunday describing it as the unveiling of the first part of president Donald Trump long awaited Israeli Palestinian peace plan that effort spearheaded by trump's senior adviser and son in law Jared Kushner I think the people fundamentally %HESITATION wanna live together I think the people fundamentally one a better lives I think they want the kids that jobs that one bill pay their mortgage , students have boycotted the trump administration since it recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital in late twenty seventeen the trump administration has cut back on US aid for them contributing to economic hardship in the west bank and Gaza , I'm not here to set up one of my job one of the financial crisis that the Palestinian national authority is living through today is a result of the financial war that is being waged against us in order to win political concessions we do not submit to blackmail and we don't trade all political rights for money , the US push for a peace deal comes after a spike in violence earlier this month Palestinian militants from the Hamas controlled Gaza Strip fired more than two hundred and fifty rockets into Israel Israel responded with artillery and airstrikes a ceasefire has held since may fifth