The plan, as of April 22, 2013, has not yet been implemented.
Palestinians in both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip rebelled against Israeli occupation.
Palestinians and Israelis launched peace talks in an effort to end the Palestinian Intifada that left a significant number of Palestinians dead. As a part of the peace agreement, Palestine agreed to recognize the state of Israel. Israel, on the other hand, agreed to begin the process of ending occupation.
The state of Israel agrees to end occupation of the Gaza Strip (with minor exceptions) with the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
Yasser Arafat continues to be an influential figure in Palestine. Palestinians were outraged when President Obama did not include a visit to Arafat's tomb on his itinerary during his visit to Palestine in 2013.
After the assassination of Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, Khaled Meshaal took over as leader of Hamas and continues in this role.
The UN General Assembly, citing a ruling by the International Court of Justice, orders that Israel take down the barrier separating the country from West Bank, but Israel refuses to comply.
President Mahmoud Abbas continues to serve as president of the West Bank.
President Obama outlines his foreign policy with regards to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Cairo. He challenges Palestine to renounce violence and recognize the state of Israel, and at the same time, he asks Israel to stop settlement construction.
Prime Minister Netanyahu vows to continue construction on West Bank settlements and Palestine affirms that it will not begin peace talks until construction in these settlements ends.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is re-elected as Prime Minister, but the growing influence of Yair Lapid, who narrowly lost the election, is recognized. Two of my articles discuss Lapid's stances on issues such as religious tolerance and civil marriage.