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US president Donald trump's long promised the deal of the century to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict doesn't go down well Hey in the school it unpaved streets of al backer refugee camp home to a hundred and twenty thousand of Jordan's registered Palestinian refugees people like Muhammad diab he left the city of Haifa in nineteen forty eight reject the idea of as a giving up his rights to return to his homeland lease details suggest the peace plan dumps the idea of a full Palestinian state in favor of limited self rule in politics the occupied territories that would undermine Palestinians right to return a red line for many , there is no way we will give up on our homeland this is impossible the future generations will not give it up if we die there are others am I right there were a future generations and ones off to them they want their rights this is our homeland it's impossible to give itself which why wouldn't come on , the deal to resolve the conflict is still a secret details on dripping out on that Previn on popular in Jordan a country where estimates suggest people with Palestinian descent account for more than half of the population the kingdom taken more than any other after Israel's creation in nineteen forty eight I mean what I'm a little Jordan's King Abdullah publicly met with fury any suggestion that he might accept a deal from his US ally by making his country a homeland for the Palestinians it's not clear when trump's peace plan led by Jared Kushner will be unveiled what we do know is that the Palestinians already say it falls short of that goal of state