Details of US President Donald Trump's peace deal for the Middle East, dubbed the "deal of the century", have allegedly been obtained by Lebanese TV station Al-Mayadeen.
While the report has not been officially confirmed, the draft specifies the timetable and methods of the plan and discusses a trilateral peace agreement between the Palestinian Authority, Hamas and Israel, according to the Jerusalem Post.
A state named "New Palestine" will be established in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, except for the territories already occupied by Israel. This will force Palestine to pay Israel for protection against international aggression.
Jerusalem will not be divided in the agreement and will instead be shared by Israel and "New Palestine" with Arab residents of Jerusalem registered as residents of the new Palestinian state and not of Israel.
The process of the so-called "deal of the century" project announced by the Trump administration to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict began with the closure of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO)'s office in Washington and US recognition of Jerusalem as the "unified capital" of the state of Israel.
And which has since seen the US embassy moved to Jerusalem; acceptance of the "legitimacy" of Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories; recognising Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Syrian Golan Heights; efforts to have UNRWA closed down; and recognition of the "Jewishness" of the state.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is currently administered by the Islamic Waqf, an arm of the Jordanian Ministry of Sacred Properties, but secured by Israeli police. According to the reported draft, the responsibility for Al-Aqsa Mosque will be put in the hands of Saudi Arabia.
The Jerusalem Municipality would become responsible for the entire city of Jerusalem, but the Palestinian state would be responsible for education and would pay the Israeli municipality taxes and utilities, which means, Jerusalem will remain united under mostly Israeli control, reported the Jerusalem Post.
The project, which demands immediate demilitarisation of Hamas, as the "New Palestine" will be banned from having an army, has already been approved by the US, the European Union and Gulf states, according to Al-Mayadeen.
Within five years, a seaport and airport will be created for the Palestinian state, and until then, Palestinians will be able to use Israeli ports.
The US, EU and Gulf states, will shoulder the financial burden of the plan, which is expected to cost about $30 billion over a five-year period, the ultra-Orthodox Hamodia newspaper reported.