A plan to divide the occupied territories between Israel and the Arab states and residents of the Palestinian territories, which was submitted in 1967 by Yigal Alon to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol immediately after the Six-Day War. The plan was not officially accepted, but it had a major influence on the settlement policy in the territories of Judea, Samaria and Gaza of the Labor governments until 1977 elections.
The basic assumptions underlying the program:
A. Peace with Arab and Palestinian states is possible and necessary.
B. The geo-strategic completeness of the Land of Israel is preserved, an entity that allows defensible borders and avoidance of future wars.
C. Demographically, a Jewish majority is maintained in the State of Israel, a condition that enables the existence of a democratic Jewish state, according to the Zionist vision.
D. The Palestinian people are given the opportunity to realize an independent national life without harming the security of the State of Israel and the choice of political ties to the State of Jordan and / or the State of Israel.
The proposed arrangements on the basis of the “Green Line”:
1. The eastern boundary of the State of Israel will be the Jordan River and the line that crosses the Dead Sea its length, and its continuation along the Mandatory border along the Arava.
2. A strip of 15 kilometers west of the Jordan River shall be part of the State of Israel.
In the Judean Desert area, including Kiryat Arba, the width of the strip will reach 25 kilometers and will be used as a link connecting the Negev and the Jordan Valley.
3. In the Jericho area there will be a passage corridor from the eastern bank of the Jordan River to the West Bank.
4. There will be a passage between Judea and Samaria and the Gaza Strip, which will enable a free passage to the Gaza port.
5. The entire area of Jerusalem will be annexed to the State of Israel.
6. With regard to areas densely populated by Arabs in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Area, Negotiations between the State of Israel, and the residents and the Arab states will take place and will establish an agreed upon agreement.
7. The rest of the borders will only make necessary border adjustments.