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20 February 2014 Rt Hon David Cameron MP The Prime Minister 10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA

Jonathan Bishop Chartered IT Professional Fellow 8 Heol-y-Parc, Efail Isaf, Pontypridd, West Wales & The Valleys CF38 1AN, Wales, GB jonathan@jonathanbishop.org.uk 07092 107212 @jonathan_bishop

Dear Prime Minister, Re: Middle East Peace Process I wrote to you last year regarding the way I saw the problems in the Middle East. I am quite pleased much of the West now accept my view that restoring peace to the Holy Land is the best way to end international terrorism against Western countries. The fact that Secretary Kerry has been called 'anti-Semitic' by the Nation State known as Israel shows to me that progress must be on the way to restoring peace to the Holy Land. As I understand it, world leaders are now looking into redrawing the boundaries in the Holy Land. You can see in Annex I the re-drawing I think would be most effective. The one marked The Beginning is what I think needs to happen now and the one marked The Completion is what should be aimed for. The boundaries of The Beginning would pretty much restore the region to what it was following the splitting of the 12 tribes of Israel. The war in the Holy Land started when the 10 tribes in the North (now the Jews) refused to accept King Solomon's son as King whereas the 2 tribes in the South (now the Arabs) did. By restoring the map to this time will allow for a second chance at dealing with the differences between the two Semitic races, who together are the Israelites. Biblically both Jews and Arabs are children of God and it is not possible for Gods Kingdom on Earth to exist without both Jews and Arabs being equal and united. The only exception to the original map is that the historic areas containing Gaza (1 of the 2 Arab tribes) and Jerusalem (1 of the 10 Jewish tribes) would be 'shared territories' co-owned by the Jews and Arabs, operating somewhat like Northern Ireland.

Qualifications BSc(Hons), MSc, MScEcon, LLM, ACLIP, MIET, MIEEE, FRSA, FRAI, FBCS, CITP

The ultimate aim would be for all areas in the Holy Land to be shared territories co-owned by Arabs and Jews who would co-exist as the Israelites, as was the case in King Solomon's time when both were united. The terms 'Israel' and 'Palestine' as a way to describe Jews and Arabs respectively and/or to discuss the separation of areas within the Holy Land is unhelpful. It should not be necessary to say that "Israel belongs to the Jews," but that the areas marked "Jewish Territories" in The Beginning map belongs to the Jews. Equally the area marked "Arab Territories" on The Beginning map belongs to the Arabs. The term "Israel" comes from the Hebrew word for the Holy Land. The term "Palestine" comes from the Roman word for the Holy Land. Israel and Palestine are the same place, represented in the The Completion map in terms of all parts being "Shared Territories" - it was the decision to split the Holy Land following World War II that led to the terms being used as they are at present, which as I say is unhelpful to negotiating a settlement of any form. I hope you will be able to consider my views in trying to reach a long term agreement in the Middle East. Yours sincerely,

Jonathan Bishop

Qualifications BSc(Hons), MSc, MScEcon, LLM, ACLIP, MIET, MIEEE, FRSA, FRAI, FBCS, CITP

Annex I

Qualifications BSc(Hons), MSc, MScEcon, LLM, ACLIP, MIET, MIEEE, FRSA, FRAI, FBCS, CITP