Salaam Accords

An open-source diplomatic 2-state proposal to heal Palestine-Israeli relations

Comprehensive Peace and Reconciliation Agreement for Israel-Palestine

Our Goal is to Reach a two-state solution, which would establish an independent Palestinian state alongside Israel.

Opening Statement

Good morning family. My name is Matthew Lawrence Yonah Weintrub. As the founder of Heal.Earth, our organization is calling for peace in the Land of Judah.

First I want to express my condolences to my relatives in Israel. I have been crying and praying deeply these past 10 days. My heart is with you and your families. Shalom aleichem.

Secondly I want to express my condolences to my relatives in Palestine. For too long your people have been subject to an injust way of life. I see you, I hear you and my heart feels for your families. Salam alaikum.

These past weeks have been a roller coast of emotions. Due to the severity of what is happening on all fronts in the land of Judah, I need to issue a formal statement. Through my humanitarian organization http://Heal.Earth we are calling for a peace deal.

To begin the peace process in Israel-Palestine, we suggest the following:

  1. Immediate Ceasefire (as voted by the UN's non-binding resolution)

  2. Palestinian statehood granted under authority of the Palestinian Authority

  3. Demilitarization of Palestine.

  4. Hamas agrees to binding resolutions including demilitarization, agrees to end education of hatred and other reforms.

  5. Jerusalem becomes an internationally protected zone.


The Palestinian people should've been granted statehood long ago but the far-right in Israel assassinated Yitzhak Rabin -who had a peace deal lined up. This lead to the emergence of Hamas. Israel must take responsibility for this and make an effort to do the right thing.

Israel must END the loss of innocent life. Current reports confirm 2,250 kills of children. This is a violation of international law and constitutes a form of genocide.

Hamas is not excused for it's genocide of the Jewish people. Hamas is guilty of genocide of both Jewish lives and the lives of its own people. Hamas as an organization holds power of its people illegally. No open elections for any office have been held in Gaza since 2006. Hamas must choose to demilitarize immediately. This is the only way forward for Hamas.

i. Reciprocity Intiatives:

This situation is very tricky due to the stated action of Hamas, which is labeled internationally as a terrorist organization. We first need to be able to differentiate between the people of Palestine (whom are more or less capitves of Hamas) and the political leadership organization which compromises Hamas.

Key Questions that need to be posed:

  • How does one delineate between a member of Hamas and an innocent Palestinian?

  • How does one layout a plan to “demilitarize” Hamas?

  • How does one repair the damage of the genocide occurring now which will naturally give birth to more extremism?

Heal.Earth is proposing a set of Reciprocity initiatives for the Israeli government to approach international partners in negoatiating with Hamas and the Palestinian Authority. Reciprocity is an practice of exchanging things with others for mutual benefit.

Reciprocity Initiative Propsal:

  • Create a Cease-fire to free Hostages

    • This proposal has failed ☠️

  • Establish a Humanitarian coordidor to evacuate and preserve the life of all women, children and eligble men.

    • A humanitarian coordior has been created

  • Contingent upon the creation of a Palestinian state (see terms proposed below)

    • Grant Palestinian Citizenship into Palestinian state for those who qualify:

      • Proposed Qualificatons

        • Citizen must pledge to disaffiliate from Hamas

          • Citizenship includes:

            • Free Mental Healthcare (funded by the government of Israel & international partners)

            • Free medical care

          • Reparations

            • To be determined at a future date

          • Terms for resumption of extremist activities

            • Citizenship can be revoked, etc..

i. Overview of terms:

  • Phased withdrawal of Israeli military from occupied Palestinian territories.

  • Israel opens humanitarian corridor to allow evacuation of all women & children.

  • Transfer of authority to a Palestinian administration under the Palestinian Authority.

  • Palestine agrees to demilitarization.

  • Hamas agrees to binding terms of demilitarization, elimination of educational standards that teach hate of Jewish persons and other reforms.

  • Status of Jerusalem:

    • Establish a demilitarized zone.

    • Transition to independent status governed by a designated body.

  • Israel's illegal settlements:

    • Immediate moratorium on settlements.

    • Withdraw military police protection and agree to complete withdrawal from occupied territories.

  • Israel agrees to yield, allocate or purchase a % of unused land for the Palestinian state as compensation for land settlements.

i. Two-State Solution:

A. Borders:

  • Establish Israel and Palestine as separate, independent states based on pre-1967 borders with agreed land swaps to accommodate existing settlements.

  • West Bank:

    • Israel will withdraw from the West Bank, retaining 6.3% for major Jewish settlements.

    • Compensate Palestine with 5.8% of Israeli land and a link to Gaza.

B. Jerusalem:

  • Recognize Jerusalem as the shared capital of both Israel and Palestine.

  • Divide Jerusalem into Israeli and Palestinian controlled cities.

  • Demilitarize the city and ensure access to holy sites for all religious communities.

  • Place the Temple Mount and the entire Old City under a public binding International trusteeship comprising Israel, PA, Jordan, US, and Saudi Arabia. Establish an international coalition of Guardians from 10 nations.

C. Security:

  • Establish a comprehensive security arrangement to safeguard the sovereignty and territorial integrity of both states, potentially including an international peacekeeping force during a transitional period.

D. Refugees:

  • Reach a just, fair, and agreed-upon solution to the issue of Palestinian refugees, respecting the right of return while acknowledging regional demographic realities.

II. Roadmap for Peace:

A. Economic Integration:

  • Encourage economic cooperation, joint ventures, infrastructure projects, and cross-border initiatives between Israel and Palestine.

B. Trade and Commerce:

  • Facilitate the free flow of goods and services between Israel and Palestine, respecting sovereignty and security concerns.

C. Education and Cultural Exchange:

  • Promote educational programs fostering understanding, tolerance, and mutual respect among Israeli and Palestinian youth, with emphasis on shared history, languages, and cultures.

D. People-to-People Initiatives:

  • Support grassroots organizations, NGOs, and civil society efforts working towards reconciliation, peace-building, and joint community projects.

III. Negotiating Process:

  • Launch immediate bilateral negotiations on final status issues, including borders, refugees, Jerusalem, settlements, security arrangements, and water resources.

IV. Implementation:

  • Aim to conclude a peace agreement by the end of 2024, followed by phased implementation in accordance with the Roadmap for Peace.

V. International Support:

  • The international community pledges its support to both parties in their pursuit of a comprehensive, just, and lasting peace.

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