After the inauguration of US President Donald Trump in January 2017, a period of uncertainty began with the start of a new peace initiative. In early 2018, some media sources reported that the new government was preparing a new peace initiative for an Israeli-Palestinian agreement. The White House unveiled the economic part of the Trump initiative in June 2019, titled Peace to Prosperity: The Economic Plan, and the political part of the plan in January 2020. Palestinian leaders boycotted and condemned the Bahrain conference in late June 2019, where the economic plan was presented. Since the 2003 road map for peace, the current draft Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement has been a two-State solution. Haaretz received the declaration of peace between #Israel and #Bahrain. It includes a commitment to “continue efforts to find a just, comprehensive and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” There are different views on the peace process held by US officials, citizens and pressure groups. All recent U.S. presidents have maintained a policy that Israel must abandon some of the land it conquered in the 1967 war in order to achieve peace;  that Palestinians must actively prevent terrorism; and that Israel has an unconditional right to exist. Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush publicly supported the creation of a new Palestinian state from most of the current Palestinian territories, based on the idea of self-determination of the Palestinian people, and President Obama continued this policy.  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton believed that peace could only be achieved through direct bilateral negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.  Obama described the pursuit of the two-state solution as US policy to achieve Palestinian aspirations, Israeli security, and some degree of stability in the Middle East.
 “I am here today to extend a hand of peace and receive a hand of peace. In our faith we say: O God, you are peace and peace comes from you. The search for peace is an innate principle, but principles are actually realized when they are put into practice. But he says other “very important” countries in the Middle East will first make peace with Israel. American Jewish organizations welcome the normalization agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed today at the White House. The American Jewish Committee says, “The peace agreements between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have overturned conventional wisdom.” There was an exchange of letters in which Yasser Arafat declared: “The PLO recognizes the right of the State of Israel to exist in peace and security.” Yitzhak Rabin said: “The government of Israel has decided to recognize the PLO as a representative of the Palestinian people.” In Tel Aviv, the word “peace” is projected on the city hall in Hebrew, English and Arabic. .