According Palestinian sources, the proposal offered Palestinians a non-contiguous mini-state in Judea, Samaria and Gaza – the West Bank administrative areas A and B and 10 percent of area C – with limited self-government, while the majority of Israeli towns and villages (settlements) would remain, and Israel would be responsible for security on the borders with Jordan & Egypt. This sounds very similar to what Netanyahu has been pushing for years.
The proposal does not grant Palestinian “refugees” and their descendants living in other countries, the right of return to Israel. See my article “Who is a Palestinian Refugee?” (2003) to better understand that Big Lie.
It seems Abbas and Hamas have taken a page out of Arafat’s playbook. During the Camp David Summit in July, 2000, US president Bill Clinton, Israeli PM Ehud Barak and PA chairman Yasser Arafat met, but the summit ended without an agreement. Just as Arafat started the Oslo War (second intifadah) after being offered almost everything – 92% of Judea, Samaria, and Gaza – and then rejecting it, Abbas is starting another war.