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Email Invitation to the PEIS Plan

Subject: An invitation to <GROUPS> for a path not taken to Israeli-Palestinian permanent peace

Instead of discussing the current war and forever conflict, would your organization consider a path not taken that will lead to permanent peace between the Palestinians and Israelis?

The root cause for the war in Gaza and attacks on Israel is the wider Israeli-Palestinian conflict that involves the West Bank. The reason for this long-running conflict is land: two groups of people want the same piece of land. Previous peace initiatives focus on partitioning this land, with one-state and two-state solutions. Everybody seems content to hash the same failed solutions that have gone nowhere for almost eight decades. The PEIS Plan offers a new direction.

The PEIS Plan stands for the Palestine-Egypt-Israel-Sinai peace plan. The deus ex machina is the introduction of an additional land. The PEIS Plan proposes that Egyptians sell the insurgent-infected part of the Sinai Peninsula to the Palestinians and use the proceeds for the development of the rest of the peninsula and mainland Egypt they sorely need to make Egypt economically prominent again. The Palestinians sell the West Bank to Israel and use the remittance to pay the Egyptians and build an independent New Palestinian state that combines the purchased portion of Sinai with the Gaza Strip for a sizable nation that is 50% bigger than the new Israel and six times bigger than the landlocked West Bank, contiguous from sea to sea (the Mediterranean Sea on the North and the Gulf of Aqaba on the South), free-standing with an unrestricted air space, and viable for the returning diaspora. Part of Jerusalem will belong to this new nation, too. The Israelis buy the West Bank (minus the Jerusalem enclave) from the Palestinians and finally fulfill their immemorial yearning for the "Land of Israel" with full international recognition. There will be no expulsion of Palestinians out of the transferred West Bank: If they choose to stay, they will have the New Palestinian citizenship and Israeli new native residency which will give them all the local rights. Using the PEIS Plan as a template regarding Lebanon and Syria, Israel may gain something it has never known since its independence in 1948: peace with all its neighbors. The PEIS Plan can succeed where others have failed because it gives the Egyptians, Palestinians, and Israelis something they most want.

To know more about the PEIS Plan, please read the overview at The details are in a recently published book.

My name is Doc Ngu, the author of the PEIS Plan. I am a product of the Vietnam War, living my youth in that country during the years of the war. I remember my adolescent despondency in the face of the war, and as I carry this angst growing older, I start to imagine what would be the "perfect peace" for some of the intractable conflicts in the world. The PEIS Plan is my "perfect peace" for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

This conflict began before my generation, my generation could not resolve it, and now it belongs to your generation. I see the same angst of my youth in the present pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian, and middle-ground peace groups. I am sending this invitation not only to your group but also to many pertinent <GROUPS>. I am inviting your group to go over the PEIS Plan, discuss it, and if your group finds some merits, start to change the tenor of the current discourse from the atrocities of war to the possibilities of peace. Yes, peace on earth can happen, and your generation can make it happen.

Let's PEIS be with you.
Doc Ngu

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