As previously explained, the primary identity in the Middle East is tribal (clans – Jamula). When an Arab country is led by only one Jamula, without any competition, it goes through “stability”. The Al- Thani dominate preponderantly in Qatar and the Al-Sabah clan in Kuwait. The other face is Iraq with 10 religions, many divisions: Kurds, Arabs, Turkmen and Persian people; and at least 70 tribes. Could a country with multiple clans conform into one homogeneous people? Surely, if the clans begin marrying each other. Between the Jews in Israel, there are multiple and varied marriages between people from different origins. However, few marriages are produced between Jews (80%) and Arabs from Israel (20%). Thus, is it possible to talk about one people in Israel? What happens among the Palestinians? There are many clans that do not usually marry each other. If the clan has the name Al-Masri, “Egyptian immigrants”; Al-Lubnani - “Lebanon”; Al-Dimashqi - “Damascus Syria”; Al-Hijazi - “Hejaz Saudi Arabia”; Al-Bagdadi - “Bagdad Iraq”; Al-Trablusi - “Tripoli Lebanon”; Al-Mugrabi - “Magrebies”; Al-Otman - “Ottomans”; Al-Tikriti - “Tikrit Iraq”; Al-Masrawa – a variable of Egypt; Al-Jumblatt - “from the Jumblatt valley in Kurdistan”; Al-Jzayer - “Algeria”; the Nashashibi – Syrian descendants; Al-Khaurani - “Hauran Syria”; Zouabi - “Jordan and Iraq”. Since there is no dominant clan, peace proposals arise such as the one by the eminence in Islam, Dr. Mordechai Keidar (Bar-Ilan University) titled “The Eight-State Solution: a Viable Alternative for Israel’s Future”. Currently (2019), the Gaza Strip is a state that is practically independent and dominated by Hamas. There is a different authority in the West Bank, led by Fatah. However, and in the same way that it is unacceptable for the Palestinians to reject the right of the Jewish people to be identified as well, it would be disrespectful to deny the current Palestinian identity.