2. Arab areas outside Jerusalem's municipal boundaries would become the heart of the new Arab city of Al-Quds, including Abu Dis, el-Azaria, Beit Jala, Anata and A-Ram.
3. Arab neighborhoods inside Jerusalem’s present boundaries would either be annexed to Al-Quds or would be granted extensive self-rule.
4. Jerusalem's walled Old City would be divided, with the Muslim and Christian quarters offered autonomy under formal Israeli sovereignty while the Jewish and Armenian quarters remained fully under Israeli rule. The Palestinian state would gain religious autonomy over the Temple Mount.