How Israel’s ‘peace plan’ will affect Palestinians

Palestinians are struggling with the possibility of a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

Here’s what they think.

A Palestinian child carries his belongings in the al-Zawiyah neighborhood of East Jerusalem, in the West Bank city of Ramallah November 20, 2018.

(Photo by AFP)An Israeli soldier carries a Palestinian child as they prepare for the evacuation of a Palestinian family during a military operation near al-Aqsa mosque in the Old City of Jerusalem November 21, 2018.(Photo by AP)Palestinian children play in the street during the Eid al-Fitr holidays in the Gaza Strip city of Khan Yunis November 22, 2018 during Eid al‑Fitr celebrations.

(Reuters)Israeli soldiers stand guard on the outskirts of the northern West Bank village of Nabi Saleh, which was seized by the Islamic State group in an operation in the town of al-Houla, near Ramallah, on November 23, 2018, in an area captured from the Islamic group on Thursday.

(AFP/File)Palestinians gather at the scene of a suspected Palestinian car bombing near the occupied West Bank town of Nablus November 24, 2018 following a suicide bombing near a market in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian West Bank neighborhood of Beit Hanoun.(AFP/file)An injured Palestinian man is treated by a medic near the scene where a Palestinian car bomb exploded in a busy market in Beit Ha’aretz, near the northern Gaza Strip November 25, 2018 in the southern Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba.

(AP/Mahmoud Gharabli)A Palestinian protester holds a Palestinian flag during a demonstration against Israeli restrictions on Gaza, in Gaza City November 26, 2018 ahead of an international conference of the International Solidarity Movement in the Palestinian territories.(AFP)A car bomb explodes in the center of Gaza City, in a suspected Israeli attack on the Gaza City market, in Rafah, the southern Gaza Strip.

(PA)Palestinian women hold a poster reading “Israel must stop the attacks against Gaza,” during a protest against Israeli closures in Gaza, November 27, 2018 at the main entrance to Gaza City.(AFP Photo)Palestimans gather near the al-‘Aqba mosque during Eid ul Fitr celebrations in the northern occupied West Gaza Strip, November 28, 2018 to mark the start of the Muslim holiday of Eid al Fitr.(AFP photo)A member of the Israeli military stands guard during the demolition of the Palestinian village of Kafr Kana, north of Khan Younis, November 29, 2018 while Israeli forces raid the area.

(Abir Sultan/AFP/Getty Images)Palestiad soldiers prepare to remove the rubble of a destroyed building during an operation against a Palestinian armed group, on the northern outskirts of Gaza city, November 30, 2018 after an overnight air raid.(AFP via Getty Images)A bulldozer sits in the debris of a building during the demolitions of a village in the south of the Gaza strip, November 31, 2018 before an Israeli air raid on the village of Khuzaa.(AFP photos)A woman walks past a building that was destroyed by Israeli air raids in the central Gaza Strip on December 2, 2018 as part of a new campaign against armed groupings.(Reuters/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa)A demonstrator holds a poster that reads ‘Israel must end its occupation’ during the commemoration of the third anniversary of the 1967 Six-Day War in the streets of Jerusalem’s Old City on December 3, 2018 marking the anniversary of Israel’s military invasion of the West Wall.(AFP by Mohamed Bader)A young Palestinian woman reacts as a Palestinian man stands in front of a demolished building during a demolition of a house in the Beitunia neighborhood of the central West Bank, in Beersheba, November 1, 2018 AFP by Omar ABED Al Saadi (Photo credit should read OMAR ABED AL SAADI/AFP via Reuters)An armed Palestinian man reacts after a demolition was carried out on the Dawabsha house in Be’er Sheva on November 1st, 2018 by an Israeli bulldozer.(Reuters photo: Mohammed Jibouti)Palestinian youth walk in the aftermath of Israeli air strikes in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, in central Gaza City on November 3, 2019.(Reuters)Palestaians gather in front the damaged Al-Khabab mosque after Israeli air attacks on the mosque on November 2, 2019.

(Mohammed Jiboutsi/Reuters)Palestinian mourners attend the funeral of a member of a Fatah militia in Gaza on November 4, 2019 during a funeral procession in the city.(Reuters: Khaled Khatib)A girl, aged 12, walks past Israeli flags during a commemoration for the third day of Eid ul Fatah celebrations in a park in Jerusalem’s old city, in November 2018.(AFP / Yigal Palmor)A wounded Palestinian is helped by a soldier in the