Am I seeing this right, 'the Old City' (part of Jerusalem) is sort of in a 'no man's land'?There are two maps in the 182 page doc, Appendix 1 pgs, 45-46. They are not blurry and easy to read. One is of Israel (see post 195) and the other is Palestine. One big difference between the two is the cities and areas named on the maps. i.e. city names. That said, the green area is the proposed Palestine. And although the current borders of Israel are not the ones outlined as to what will be in the future, within them there is a lot of green given to the PA. I believe it is supposed to be mainly for farming districts.
This is not the seven year peace plan, but given that changes will be made in the future (most likely) it does set the stage for something to come out of it that could be encased in a seven year confirmed covenant. The biggest thing I see, is that it clearly shows a dividing of the land. Now land for peace in Israel has happened before, but the difference here, and correct me if I am wrong, is that this is the first time Jerusalem is part of the equation. Even if it is splitting hairs as Cindy S. mentioned in a previous post, giving any area of the land that is designated as Jerusalem, suburb or not, is still part of Jerusalem. The map shows the green area on the East/Southeast side of Jerusalem as being part of the land allocated to the Palestinians.
Ok, based on what is mentioned on Jpost website, I took a map of Jerusalem and East Jerusalem and pointed to the place names mentioned the PA gets from post 156 https://www.raptureforums.com/forums/threads/tomorrow-at-noon.156617/page-8#post-842949887
Here is the map: